Original article. When political power trumps human life, it is a very costly and sad state of affairs. ‘the doctors and scientists demand that “political intrusion” into medicine must end and physicians must be allowed to practice medicine “without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action,” the declaration states.’
September 28, 2021
Thousands of doctors and scientists around the world have signed onto the “Rome Declaration” introduced by the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists at the Global Covid Summit in Rome last week.
The letter which was read on stage by Dr. Robert Malone, suggests that politically-driven Covid policy-makers “may have committed crimes against humanity” by denying service to sick people during the pandemic, and many more disturbing policies.
“We the physicians of the world, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the profession of medicine as we know it is at a crossroad,” began the letter signed onto by 5,200 doctors and scientists as of Monday night.
“We declare…there is an unprecedented assault on our ability to care for our patients,” inflicted by public policy makers who have enforced “a ‘one size fits all’ treatment strategy resulting in needless illness and death, rather than upholding fundamental concepts of the individualized, personalized approach to patient care which is proven to be safe and more effective,” the declaration states.
Stating their grievances, the declaration says physicians are being discouraged from engaging in professional discussion and idea exchange which endangers the entire profession and “the lives of our patients.”
Worse, the declaration alleges that “thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease.”
Slamming these policies happening worldwide, the declaration states “this is not medicine, this is not care.” All of these dangerous precedents “may actually constitute crimes against humanity,” it continued.
As for resolution, the doctors and scientists demand that “political intrusion” into medicine must end and physicians must be allowed to practice medicine “without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action,” the declaration states. “The right and ability to exchange objective scientific findings, which further our understanding of disease, must be protected.”
The letter also demands that the patient-doctor relationship be restored by allowing them to determine what the best decision for the patient’s health is. It adds that physicians must not be “restricted from prescribing safe and effective treatments.”
Furthermore, “The rights of patients, after being fully informed about the risks and benefits of each option, must be restored to receive those treatments.”
The declaration concludes by urging doctors and scientists to continue on “without fear of reprisal,” and urging patients to “demand access to science-based care,” regardless of what public policymakers, government, or Big Tech thinks.
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