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Czech doctor denounces ‘pandemic of stupidity’

Czech doctors have had enough of their corrupt representative body. Because, similar to France, Austria and Germany, the head of the medical association there, Milan Kubek, had been pressuring members with dissenting opinions about Covid-19, harshly disciplining them and scaring citizens with fake claims.

Published: February 4, 2022, 8:43 am

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    At least that’s how the doctor Miroslav Havrda, initiator of the parallel Medical Association (PLK), views the matter. His decision could be a role model for the EU where medical authorities have issued increasingly bizarre statements.

    In an interview, Havrda spoke of a “pandemic of stupidity“. He lost his respect for Kubek when he fanatically scared unvaccinated citizens and belittled healthy people. Also because he insisted that vaccination was the only salvation against Covid-19, which is a lie.

    Some regular members of the Czech Medical Chamber (CLK) have joined the PLK to start a cultivated medical discussion on this topic, which is avoided by the other side – also with the support of politics and the media. Havrda wants to organize an expert conference in Prague with the PLK, in which all opinions regarding Covid-19 are represented. He said they were in the process of finding sponsors.

    Havrda said he found a Canadian province’s proposal to tax non-vaccinated individuals “bizarre”. It should be the other way around. The hospitals are full of obese, heavy smokers, unhealthy people and drug addicts. He is against forced vaccination, said Havrda. Disclosing side effects and investigating complications as a result of the jab is deliberately not being done. In the Czech Republic, too, state television has degenerated into an advertising agency for pharmaceutical companies.

    Mass testing also makes no sense, since it only costs millions. The exclusion of healthy people is illegal and violates human rights. Havrda is convinced that those responsible will be brought to justice.

    The new Czech prime minister, Petr Fiala, has meanwhile abolished compulsory vaccinations.

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