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posted ago by clemaneuverers [M] ago by clemaneuverers +86 / -5

Led by Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, 1,000 Lawyers and 10,000 Doctors Have Filed a Class Action Lawsuit against the CDC, WHO and WEF for Violations of the Nuremberg Code (actually, this title is a tad misleading: see the comments)

Thanks to u/axolotl_peyotl for the winning suggestion!

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14are 11 points ago +11 / -0

They have neither 1000 lawyers nor 10000 doctors, Fuellmich himself was laughing about this rumor recently. They are in total a few hundred and they have not filed any lawsuits against the CDC, WHO or WEF.

You can follow them on their youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_cHEF6ZeJU9ZlhXANwAUhQ

Every friday they have a 5-6h session where they talk with lawyers and doctors all around they world.

It is true that a Nuremberg 2.0 is their goal but it hasn't happenend yet.

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clemaneuverers [S] 6 points ago +8 / -2

Ok thanks. I just pulled a headline without looking into it. I've not been keeping track of all the facts.

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Southern_Belle 2 points ago +2 / -0

The website listed has a lot of information.

However, it's not Fuellmich's website.

Stop World Control is created by David Sorensen, author, speaker, designer, artist and coach.

I think this may be the English version of Fuellmich's site: https://corona-ausschuss.de/en/.

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ZyklonBen -7 points ago +3 / -10

I just pulled a headline without looking into it. I've not been keeping track of all the facts.

Yeah, why the fuck am I not surprised.

Let's just spam shit that sounds outrageous to rile up the rubes. Who gives a fuck about actual facts?

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Graphenium 4 points ago +4 / -0

Says the zionist subverter

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pkvi 2 points ago +4 / -2

How does one argue government preventative medicine? They simply need only shrug and say, well 'what if' and they are excused. Unless a country of leadership join then this has no real substance to it.

Also, a primary parameter would be to prove covid even existed for the conditions of preventative measures -- which we know the 1,000 lawyers and 10,000 doctors can not since its never been isolated --oh and INFLUENZA DISAPPEARED-- so their argument is inherently flawed.

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clemaneuverers [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

In the Germany there is actually legal precedent for arguing against the existence of SARSCOV2 virus – Dr. Lanka's measles competition. He won on appeal and the independent expert witness testimony in that appeal is quite valuable, since he describes how the papers that purport to prove the existence of the measles virus are flawed science that don't hold up to scrutiny and could not be seen as proofs.

Fullmich et al seem to be solely going down the PCR route though, for better or worse, I don't know. I have not read in detail their arguments. But there have been three rulings already in Europe against PCR as a method for judging someone's infectiousness, health and whether or not they can be quarantined, especially based on a PCR test alone without a full diagnosis by a doctor.

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klausi 1 point ago +1 / -0

He won on appeal and the independent expert witness testimony in that appeal is quite valuable, since he describes how the papers that purport to prove the existence of the measles virus are flawed science that don't hold up to scrutiny and could not be seen as proofs.

He won because because he requested one proof but got 6 instead: "In plain language: If the plaintiff or a third party had prepared an overview of the six studies presented and merged the two required criteria there, the sponsor would have had to pay the prize money" Source

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clemaneuverers [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ok, so I was just remembering, and my quote is inexact, as is the article you linked.

So here is a link to the full trial ruling transcript, which I note was not provided in that article:

http://lrbw.juris.de/cgi-bin/laender_rechtsprechung/document.py?Gericht=bw&GerichtAuswahl=Oberlandesgerichte&Art=en&sid=46bf3db2df690aba6e4874acafaf45b6&nr=20705&pos=0&anz=1

And here are the Minutes of the Court Proceedings:

https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/Lanka_Case_Protokoll_13_4_2015.pdf

And here is another opinion on the proceedings/result:

Critics of the judicial verdict argue that Dr. Lanka’s victory is solely based on how he had formulated the offer of reward, namely to pay the € 100,000 for the presentation of a single publication of evidence (which Dr. Bardens was unable to provide). This argument, however, distracts the attention from the essential points.

According to the minutes of the court proceedings (page 7/ first paragraph), Andreas Podbielski, head of the Department of Medical Microbiology, Virology and Hygiene at the University Hospital in Rostock, who was one of the appointed experts at the trial, stated that even though the existence of the measles virus could be concluded from the summary of the six papers submitted by Dr. Bardens, none of the authors had conducted any controlled experiments in accordance with internationally defined rules and principles of good scientific practice (see also the method of “indirect evidence”). Professor Podbielski considers this lack of control experiments explicitly as a “methodological weakness” of these publications, which are after all the relevant studies on the subject (there are no other publications trying to attempt to prove the existence of the “measles virus”). Thus, at this point, a publication about the existence of the measles virus that stands the test of good science has yet to be delivered.

Furthermore, at the trial it was noted that contrary to its legal remit as per § 4 Infection Protection Act (IfSG) the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the highest German authority in the field of infectious diseases, has failed to perform tests for the alleged measles virus and to publish these. The RKI claims that it made internal studies on the measles virus, however, refuses to hand over or publish the results.

Source

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klausi 1 point ago +1 / -0

From your source:

On February 16, 2016, the Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart (OLG) re-evaluated the first ruling, judging that Dr. Bardens did not meet the criteria since he failed to provide proof for the existence of the measles virus presented in one publication, as asked by Dr. Lanka in his announcement. Therefore, Dr. Lanka does not have to pay the prize money.

On January 16, 2017, the First Civil Senate of the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) confirmed the ruling of the OLG Stuttgart

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clemaneuverers [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, Barden failed to meet Lanka's criteria, which were laid out in plain language beforehand and which Barden agreed to. He even clarified the criteria personally with Lanka before he entered the competition.

The mis-leading part I meant is this:

If the plaintiff or a third party had prepared an overview of the six studies presented and merged the two required criteria there, the sponsor would have had to pay the prize money...

This appears to be a conjecture of OLG press spokesman Stefan Schüler, which he appears to attribute to the Judges. It's not contained in the proceedings or ruling.

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TheAwakened 1 point ago +1 / -0

PCR is to check your history, nothing else. We do PCR tests on fish, it will show if the fish has had a disease in their history or not. It's not a diagnostic tool to figure out wtf is goinh on right now, its to check your HISTORY. So on the fish, if it shows it has Pancrease Disease, it means it has it sometime during its lifecycle, not that it currently has it (but we will still take action as if it were showing that it was currently sick).

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muslimporn 1 point ago +1 / -0

PCR can give some indication of things like viral load. Though it really depends how you design and run the test.

The issue is how they're running it which is to run it at a huge cycle rate then just reduce that to true or false which does then have the habit to pick up signs of infection that was cleared long ago.

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GynaNumbaZero 1 point ago +2 / -1

Video primer to share with the normies:

https://banned.video/watch?id=60bfa39e05e4f2716bb9984b

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alltheleavesarebrown 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is it possible? i find even the semi intelligent to be either swallowing the story whole or terrified to entertain the possibility that big brother is a satanic psychopath.

A few years ago someone flinched and backed off from seeing a clinton video of her with the shakes. And this is even bigger.

Theyre holding onto the lie very tightly.

Is there hope?

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GynaNumbaZero 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was thinking about this too, and I'm going to have to say there probably isn't much hope.

70% of adults have taken this shit, and they don't want to be convinced that they're a ticking time-bomb. It's a horrible thing to have to believe.

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alltheleavesarebrown 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think the china vax is fake. Like everything else made in china.

But these other vax. Yeah. Tick tock.

We cant force them to not take it. They believed...

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Angelicwatcher77 1 point ago +1 / -0

yes media anchors, doctors who participated in lying to the german people back then were also executed for crimes against humanity for deceiving the public who knew about the genocide to take place.

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ZyklonBen -1 points ago +1 / -2

1,000 Lawyers and 10,000 Doctors

Nono. It's 1000 MILLION Laywers and 10,000 MILLION Doctors.

Get your fucking facts straight, shill!