[The inquiry’s third session consists of interviews with doctors and specialists from Italy answering questions on and recounting events from that country’s experience of the covid19 phenomenon (link to inquiry webpage: https://en.corona-ausschuss.de/). Images from northern Italy were instrumental in driving official narratives and justifying lockdowns elsewhere. Dr Wodarg was present and kicks off the session with a brief recap of the covid19 story. He makes three points worth repeating:
- Wuhan alone in China produced scare stories and images, the rest of the country remained unaffected.
- Just as the situation died down in Wuhan/China, Italy exploded – end Feb / early March. Wodarg compared the harsh transition to a relay race, pointing out that viruses don’t leap fully from one country to the next; they radiate across the planet.
- Italy’s hospitals are among Europe’s worst for contracting pneumonia while in their care.
The interviews are in English, so I’ve linked to their start times on YouTube and provide a synopsis of the more salient points. Where the Italian-German translator adds important information, I translate it.
Using blogger software is becoming increasingly unreliable. My embedded links cause the removal of the relevant paragraph's remaining text, my formatting attempts to change font size etc. are rarely registered on publication of the post, and the overall look, no matter my efforts, is always poor. My apologies on its behalf!]
Dr Füllmich and Dr Wodarg begin the session by outlining the inquiry chair’s legal interest and Wodarg’s medical interest in the Italian case. Because viruses do not change upon crossing country borders, and if people in country X seem to be responding very differently to the virus than people in country Y, it is important to discover which non-virus factors – demographics, air quality, medication used, etc. – explain those different responses.
The session begins with Dr Luca Speciani (https://youtu.be/vWkCSht8_bE?t=1795), a physician working in nutrition who also has a degree in agricultural sciences. Main points:
2020 Mortality across Italy similar to recent years, except for Bergamo and Bregia. The distinguishing factors singling out these regions are:
- very high numbers of flu vaccines;
- relocating elderly covid19 survivors (7,000?) from hospitals to care homes (there is a class-action suit against Lombardy because of this action);
- medical protocols: aspirin (fever suppressant) and anti-bacterials prescribed, as well as some expensive but ineffective antivirals;
- thousands of intubations of elderly patients.
Regarding the prescribed-medications, a different programme was followed by one doctor who recorded zero deaths using inexpensive drugs for a whole month.This doctor was censured by the Italian government and forced to follow the ineffective/dangerous government guidelines favouring expensive drugs paid for from taxes.
Italy is currently spreading and sustaining fear using “contagion hotspots”.
Italian government issued guidelines to record covid19 as cause of death even if covid was only suspected. Not at all clear how many died of covid19.
Wodarg asks about a recent second report from the ISS claiming 85% died of covid19. How did they arrive at a figure that is the reverse of their original estimates?
According to Dr Speciani, the report analysed only one sixth of total deaths, and looked only at what was recorded on death certificates. No autopsy data was included.
Dr Loretta Bolgan (a vaccine specialist, link: https://youtu.be/vWkCSht8_bE?t=4290) is asked whether autopsies have been conducted in Italy. A report on autopsy data is currently being written up (in which it has been established that patients did not die of pneumonia, the interpreter later explains). An epidemiological study is also underway comparing mortality statistics from previous years to 2020, which will tell us more. The Italian-German interpreter states that the report shows the virtual disappearance from Italian 2020 mortality statistics of various diseases – pneumonia, influenza, etc. – in favour of covid19.
Bolgan continues that the greater percentage of people became infected in hospitals, which in effect became Italy’s epidemic hotspots, and there were large amounts of incorrect treatment. Her view is to isolate only patients who are severely affected – a very low proportion of the total – and leave the rest as normal. It was unhelpful and unlawful to implement lockdown. And now, after much has been learned, Italian doctors are much better informed and prepared. She sees a danger in the proposed compulsory flu vaccinations – a clear link has been established between the flu jab and susceptibility to covid19 – which could create a sort of fake second wave.
There is then a discussion of various toxins discovered in vaccines whose composition was analysed, including amphetamine in Gardasil 9. This was taken to the police, but no answers were ever received. The chair decides that this sort of information, though otherwise very important, is not relevant to the inquiry.
Professor Antonietta Gatti (physicist, bioengineer, nano-pathologist, link: https://youtu.be/vWkCSht8_bE?t=10051). It is possible SARS-CoV-2 was present in Italy in late November 2019 (there are claims it was found in a river), but there is no clear data on this yet.
She donated money and specialist equipment to a hospital for conducting a nano-scale investigation of samples taken from corpses whose cause of death was recorded as covid19. After one month, the team received a “very humiliating letter” from the hospital director saying there was no interest in the research. Professor Gatti’s interpretation is that they did not want to find out why Bergamo had the most deaths in Italy.
She believes it would be possible to determine what triggered a particular thrombosis: SARS-CoV-2, pollutant nano-particles, a combination of viruses or something else. PCR tests only register positive or negative regarding some fragment of RNA, while the technologies she develops and skills she has can precisely determine causes. Using optical microscopes to investigate the details of the body at the organic scale of cells, combined with molecular-biology-based analytical extrapolations as your sources information, there is a 3-4 orders-of-magnitude blackhole in your data and understanding. Nano-pathology fills this gap. Precise cause of death is another matter, but causal factors leading to disease and complications such as thromboses could be ascertained, she believes.
Professor Pascuale Bacco (doctor, researcher, link: https://youtu.be/vWkCSht8_bE?t=12251) carried out autopsies in Italy and equates the SARS-CoV-2 virus with influenza viruses. He believes many were killed by incorrect treatment and medication in Bergamo/Bregia. His claims are based on the findings from his autopsies. In response to a question from Wodarg as to whether Bacco established a connection between particular medications and the occurrence of thrombosis, Bacco answers, yes. Further questioning establishes that Bracco blames government medicinal guidelines prescribed to doctors.
Professor Antonietta Gatti. From this linked-to timestamp on (https://youtu.be/vWkCSht8_bE?t=13583) there is a lengthy discussion of US vaccine contamination over 32 referencing a trial brought by Robert F. Kennedy Jr, in which no technical data sheets could be produced by governmental bodies demonstrating the safety of vaccines. Her work in this area seems to have attracted a cool response from industry, including having a charitable donation returned.
She believes something in the order of 60 bodies were autopsied in Italy. She would like to see more autopsies performed to learn about the precise mechanisms between infection and death.
Not much can be said with certainty, concludes the chair, other than there are obviously a number of co-factors – flu vaccines, air pollutants, treatments, medication – contributing to the high mortality experienced in Bergamo and Bregia. The oft-asked question about how prevalent these co-factors were in previous influenza epidemics was not answered satisfactorily.
Wodarg wishes that the sentinel system set up by the Robert Koch Institute (see my report on the inquiry’s fourth session), which gathers data on virus-infection incidence from hundreds of surgeries and clinics across Germany, were set up elsewhere, and that these were used to also monitor CoV.
Herd immunity cannot be seen in antibody reactions, but in our T-cells, which Wodarg characterises as “memory cells”. Our exposure as children to various, ever-mutating viruses entrains this immunity.
The chair hopes that a subsequent session or interview might be possible with experts better skilled as communicators, and will endeavour to get Professor Klaus Püschel (pathologist) to assist Professor Gatti in her nano-scale-pathology work.