In light of recent concerns regarding plasmid DNA contamination and genetic sequences in Covid-19 mRNA vaccines, the World Council for Health (WCH) organized an emergency hearing of nine distinguished international experts on 9 October 2023 to determine what is currently known about this critical issue.
The hearing, moderated by WCH Steering Committee members Dr Mark Trozzi and Christof Plothe, DO, was held virtually 9 October 2023 and addressed the implications of these findings for all people of the world.
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Kevin McKernan (USA)
Toxicologist Dr Janci Lindsay (USA)
Microbiologist Prof Sucharit Bhakdi (Germany)
Immunologist Assoc Prof Byram Bridle (Canada)
Cardiologist Dr Peter McCullough (USA)
Microbiologist Prof Brigitte König (Germany)
Biologist & Data Analyst Dr Jessica Rose (Canada)
Geneticist Prof Dr Alexandra Henrion-Caude (France)
Attorney Katie Ashby-Koppens (Australia)
Dr Mark Trozzi and Christof Plothe, DO concluded the hearing with a statement of intent:
1. There should be an immediate stop to the injections.
2. The relevant regulatory bodies should undertake public investigations into the Covid-19 countermeasures; if they do not undertake this, they themselves should be investigated.
3. Tests should be available to the public to detect circulating spike proteins and genomic integration.
4. Treatment (spike detox) and compensation of victims must be made available. The WCH provides various treatments on its website.
5. The level of criminality relating to the Covid-19 event cannot be ignored. Investigation, prosecution, reconciliation, and compensation must follow.
6. Education of health care workers and the public is needed. The knowledge shared in this session must be made available so that the injections can be stopped.
7. Censored experts should be restored to their positions. They can lead the way to a better future.
The last words belong to Dr Jessica Rose:
“I feel really grateful to be among you guys—that we’re doing this, that we’re persisting. It’s such high-quality work that we’re bringing to the public together. It’s the only thing we can do, and I think we’re doing a great job considering what we’re up against. I think this will reach a lot of people. If there is going to be a turning point away from the normalisation of this platform, this is a good one. I appreciate being involved and really hope that this will open the eyes of the many important people we need, so we can turn this around and help people, because a lot of people need it.”