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Doctors for Covid Ethics Symposium - July 2021

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Gold Standard Covid Science in Practice: An Interdisciplinary Symposium, held on 29 and 30 July, 2021
Presented by Doctors for Covid Ethics and hosted by UK Column.

Doctors for Covid Ethics

Over two days in July, Doctors for Covid Ethics and UK Column held a symposium in which experts in science, medicine, finance, media, the law and more came together to share knowledge, experience and evidence, unconstrained by political agenda, personal gain or spin. Participants were free to speak as scientists, doctors and experts should – honestly.
Day 1

Session I: The False Pandemic with Prof. Martin Haditsch and his discussion partners: Sucharit Bhakdi, Michael Palmer, Ulrike Kämmerer, Denis Rancourt, Harald Walach, Sam White, Thomas Binder, Charles Hoffe.

Session II: The Going Direct Reset with Catherine Austin Fitts and her guests: John Titus, Richard Werner, Mark Skidmore, Patrick Wood with Taylor Hudak moderating.
Day 2

Session III: First Do No Harm with Michael Palmer and fellow lead scientists Sucharit Bhakdi and Mike Yeadon. The complicit role of the media and the drive for control through deployment of vaccination passports, with Taylor Hudak, Michael Meyen, Patrick Henningsen and his guests.

Session IV: The Hour of Justice with Patrick Henningsen, Mary Holland, Reiner Fuellmich, Sucharit Bhakdi, Vera Sharav, and guest speaker.

Closing Panel Session with Sucharit Bhakdi, Thomas Binder, Catherine Austin Fitts, Reiner Fuellmich, concluded by Sucharit Bhakdi.

A special thanks goes to UK Column, who not only generously provided a platform and acted as host for the event, but contributed content, participants and moderators, and edited the live footage, enabling us to provide the replays available here.

We believe that the success of this symposium is testament to the power, influence and reach that can be achieved when independent experts, independent media and independent viewers come together to share genuine, unadulterated information in a spirit of open exchange.

If this event has taught us anything, it is that none of us need mainstream media, mainstream sources or mainstream permission to succeed.

Download Symposium II (December 2021)
Download Symposium III (February 2022)