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UPDATE: Sucharit Bhakdi Found NOT GUILTY

Just a quick update on our story yesterday regarding the prosecution of Dr Sucharit Bhakdi:

As of just over an hour ago, the judge announced Dr Bhakdi had been cleared of all charges:

A rare win for fairness and reason in the New Normal era.

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Camille
Camille
Jun 9, 2023 12:58 PM

At last! The German publication Apolut seems to have published a detailed article about this case. Haven’t read it yet. Can’t wait to read it. Bhakdi-Freispruch, Kafka und Wendehälse | Von Prof. Martin Schwab, Polizisten für Aufklärung und Dr. K. Herthneck – apolut.net

Camille
Camille
Jun 3, 2023 10:35 PM

Just an additional note here about the German publication ‘ Apolut’ as some readers had responded to my post about ‘ Apolut ‘ and ‘ die Nachdenkseiten’ and my disappointment that they didn’t cover the case. Uli Gellerman did mention the case in his latest ‘ die Macht um Acht ‘ but it was disappointing because he didn’t really analyse it that much. ( I do like Uli Gellerman . He makes me laugh) At the same time I came across an article on Apolut criticizing the German government and Sahra Wagenknecht. I was not impressed by the author’s statement about ‘ unkrollierte Migration’ and in the statement immediately after about the the lack of homgeniety ( English?!!) I could only interpret it to be a ,racist comment. I’d be interested to know what other readers think. I don’ t think it’s the view of Apolut’s editors. ( I don’t actually think it’s wrong for Apolut to publish articles with racist views. I believe in free speech but if you come across articles like that all the time, one starts to think that it could be a view of the editor). Here’s the link: https://apolut.net/eine-kritische-betrachtung-zur-visionaerin-sahra-wagenknecht/

mariusmioc
mariusmioc
May 26, 2023 6:04 AM

My own experience with justice system and covid restrictions in Romania:
I received 9 fines for breaking the covid rules (no mask wearing, breaking quarantine rules, participating in unauthorized protests). I chalenged in court 8 fines. One I didn’t chalenged because I was not informed about it, and when I found that I was fined it was to late to submit to the court a contestation.
4 fines were canceled (one of them not completely, but chaged with a “warning”), in 2 cases I lost and other 2 fines are still pending in the court.

belladonna
belladonna
May 24, 2023 10:38 PM

Thank God common sense has prevailed and let’s face it there is very little of that in today’s world. . This man is a true hero and I have followed him ever since the Plandemic started.

Ort
Ort
May 24, 2023 9:47 PM

It was a less complicated and fraught German court case, without the Kafkaesque “thought crime” charges, but I thought someone might mention the case of Marvin Haberland.

Haberland took the civil disobedience tactic of deliberately incurring fines for violating “COVID” laws, in order to challenge the laws in court. In a nutshell, he argued that the legal restrictions were not valid since they did not comply with the overarching law’s requirement that any such legal restrictions be founded in accordance with the principles of scientific investigation.

Haberland was also testing his belief that his arguments could be effectively presented by an ordinary citizen without recourse to (expensive) legal counsel. 

To venture a “spoiler”: after the courts dithered and delayed in setting a court date– as courts will, presumably in hopes that the litigant will either be run over by a truck or simply become discouraged and stop pursuing the case– they finally held the hearing.

The court then resorted to the usual gimmick of simply dismissing the charges and canceling or refunding any fines Haberland paid. It was a nominal victory, in the sense that the state “blinked”. But this outcome also neatly eluded the necessity of actually putting the bad law(s) on trial, and issuing a verdict that would concur with and vindicate Haberland’s correct assertion that the restrictions were indeed based on improper “science”.

I give Marvin credit, and I’m glad that he “won”, as far as it goes. But it didn’t derail or undo Germany’s Megadeath Virus of Doom Scamdemic legal foundation. Here’s Dr. Sam Bailey’s post-verdict interview with Marvin:

Runaway Virology – Marvin Wins In Court

https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c/Runaway-Virology-Marvin-Wins-In-Court:b

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 9:16 PM

I feel very grateful to Andrew Brigden for pushing for answers about all matters related to Covid and the 15- minutes cities. It’s a shame he’s joined Laurence Fox’s party. What a shame he hasn’t spoken up for Chris Williamson. What was the difference between the way Chris Williamson was treated and the way Andrew Brigden was treated? I find it strange that they don’t join forces. Carold Vorderman also seems to be raising a lot of important issues relating to abuse of power and Covid on twitter.

George Mc
George Mc
May 24, 2023 5:56 PM

Off topic but the Graud has a new piece called

Conspiracy theories, Moggologues and ‘zombie’ stats: all in a week’s work for GB News

It’s their latest desperate attempt to convince you that GB News is

a) genuine opposition

b) the farthest Far Right that are even more Far Right than any Far Right have ever been in the history of Far Far Rightness.

Also note the catchy new pejorative “Moggologues” – whose root and meaning are pretty obvious.

George Mc
George Mc
May 24, 2023 6:06 PM
Reply to  George Mc

One of the genine oppositional voices to appear on GBN – briefly – was Naomi Wolf (not that Klein calf sucking at the covid climate teat) but the Wolfster’s contribution was soon ejected along with her interviewer Mark Steyn probably for being even more Far Right than the Farthest Farrity Far Far etc.

George Mc
George Mc
May 24, 2023 6:12 PM
Reply to  George Mc

And on that topic it pays to read this link carefully since it shows what happens when, for one of the few times ever over the last three years of wall-to-wall covid masturbation, someone offered a glimpse of opposition:

https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/261031/Mark-Steyn-GB-News-Decision.pdf

Note this thigh slapper:

Ofcom received 422 complaints that alleged these comments were “dangerous” and included “misinformation” that went “unopposed”.

The first ever opposition is being denounced since it went “unopposed”!

And isn’t it nice to know that 422 splendidly upright morally outraged fumigators were on duty to protect us from thought itself?

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 6:47 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Not obvious to me I’m afraid unless it means monologues about moggies ( cats)? Could be I suppose if it’s Neil Oliver who talks a lot about cats

George Mc
George Mc
May 24, 2023 9:19 PM
Reply to  Camille

Sorry I was assuming it was obvious but I could see the photo accompanying and don’t want to provide a link since OffG said it would provide some kind of benefit for the Graud. As a Luddite I don’t understand that stuff. Anyway, the photo featured the ugly mug of Jacob Rees-Mogg and of course the “moggologue” refers to him. Even more than Boris, JRM is the prime clown Prince of the Tory media show and so part of the straw man covid sceptic crowd or, if you prefer, the far far far righty right lot.

ChairmanDrusha
ChairmanDrusha
May 24, 2023 4:43 PM

Slightly off topic, but whatever happened to Bhakdi’s supposed meetings with the Thai royal family, regarding criminal proceedings against Pfizer for poisoning the princess, or whatever that was?

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
May 24, 2023 1:59 PM

Bhakdi did not win and neither did right thinking people around the world.

It is widely reported that Dr Bhakdi is legally represented by powerfull and well funded lawyers.

A high profile trial would have done a lot of good for the anti-globalist cause and TPTB new that they had more to lose than gain in the silencing of one man.

Sad but true.

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 1:28 PM

Does anybody here read the German pubilcations called ‘Nachdenkseiten’ and ‘ Apolut’? I can’t believe they haven’t been talking about this case this week. Or am I wrong? Have they? I’ve just looked at their websites and I can’t see anything

rechenmacher
rechenmacher
May 24, 2023 2:56 PM
Reply to  Camille

Thanks for pointing this out. You seem to be right, I couldn’t find anything.

Rose
Rose
May 24, 2023 4:40 PM
Reply to  Camille

I read apolut and my impression is they are slow in coming forward.
Telegram published quite a lot but mainstream has been absolutely silent, obviously.

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 6:50 PM
Reply to  Rose

I was so disappointed. They talk a lot about freedom of expression, they have written positively about Daniele Ganser. How could they NOT talk about it? I do like Uli Gellermann ‘s little show ” Die Macht um Acht”. I think he just decides what he is going to say a few minutes before the recording…but he doesn’t do a bad job!

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 6:59 PM
Reply to  Rose

Unfortunately MSM in Germany have NOT been silent. I’ve already seen some ridiculous MSM articles condemning the judges in Ploen as ….you guessed it ..antisemitic ( I suppose they probably are antisemitic using the new definition which means whatever MSM want it to mean). Anyway I think the MSM publications which I saw./read were on NDR ( a news item I think on NDR news , so not an article) and Spiegel ( which was an article). (NDR are so pathetic I knew that already. Daniele Ganser came to Hanover to give a talk and they had the main commentator on NDR describing him as AS and they interviewed some person who also said he (DanieleGanser) was AS. It was all about how he should have been banned from speaking. I am afraid I think Sahra Wagenknecht is right. The Greens in Germany are actually even more dangerous than the Afd (l ofcourse would support the DFA ( Deutschland fuer alle)..but it doesn’t exist. The new choice seems to be awful globalists or awful nationalists ( all over the ‘ free West’

boris burkhart
boris burkhart
May 29, 2023 2:17 AM
Reply to  Camille

They Wont talk about it! It would be their own admissions!

Josip Gronewski
Josip Gronewski
May 24, 2023 1:26 PM

The German occupational government realized that if putting the doctor on trial would create so much negative publicity, it would be counterproductive to their cause.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
May 24, 2023 1:10 PM

Hope

I do hope the persecution of Dr Bhakdi ends here. The banksters don’t give up easily. Remember the massively publicised trial of OJ Simpson ? The poor bugger was found not guilty but was eventually jailed perhaps on some trumped up charge. Polanski on the other hand got away with murder.

Tom Welsh
Tom Welsh
May 24, 2023 8:17 AM

Excellent news. I now look forward to the prosecution of those responsible for bringing the false charges against Dr Bhakdi. (But I am not holding my breath).

NickM
NickM
May 24, 2023 7:19 AM

“A rare win for fairness and reason in the New Normal era.”

Cheer up; this result was forecast by at least one OffG reader (sorry, I forget his name) who reported a shift toward more fair and reasonable shift in German public opinion about Con-19.

I await the report when Germans begin to recognize that they have been conned about Green Girlishness in Government.

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 9:08 PM
Reply to  NickM

I think that the decisions from the German courts vary wildly. Some states ( Laender) of the German Federal Republic have brought prosecutions seeking to suppress free speech. There have been prosecutions of a similar nature ( people expressing support for Russia). Daniele Ganser has been successful, I think on a first instance decision to stop him speaking. ( I think the court CITED recent authorities on appeals about these kinds of subjects). Unfortunately what does seem to be true is that Bhakti and Ganser have money ( I think) and therefore access to justice through good legal representation. I think those without money have been less successful Others have made the point that these prosecutions should never have been brought. Now who can defend themselves about wrongful prosecutions? People with money. The rest of us will have to think twice before expressing an opinion. Good old Off Guardian! You have to be brave to be an independent journalist now

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
May 24, 2023 5:49 AM

Only by refreshing the tree of Liberty will anything like normality be restored…

Literally nobody
Literally nobody
May 24, 2023 3:51 AM

Odd. Is this a case of the message is the medium meaning “beware! So much as proximal association with anti semanticsism results in lawfare!”
The punishment is the process ..

Beatriz
Beatriz
May 24, 2023 3:31 AM

Wonderful. The judge, thanks God, is just normal and not “new normal”

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
May 24, 2023 2:14 PM
Reply to  Beatriz

The Judge knew the prosecution were on a hiding to nothing.

This is a tactical withdrawal.

At least it shows that they are reluctant to allow the truth to be seen in a court of law.

Which shows a chink in their armour that can maybe be capitalised on ?

Frank ARend
Frank ARend
May 24, 2023 2:17 AM

Fantastic to see the TIDES TURNING! – We are at WAR with these Globalists, but they are being EXPOSED – BRICK by BRICK..we are tearing down that WALL of INJUSTICE & MURDER!

NickM
NickM
May 24, 2023 7:21 AM
Reply to  Frank ARend

Well said. And important enough to be SHOUTED!

eman
eman
May 24, 2023 12:32 PM
Reply to  Frank ARend

The globals are always present and accounted for; they just lost this one tiny battle.
For example, the Russians are winning the battle in Ukraine, thus far. The destruction by the Ukrainians of a single private car located inside of Russia proper does not amount to much of anything;

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 1:35 AM

Gobsmacked. My comment of just now has been deleted! You really must be very afraid.

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
May 24, 2023 2:33 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Your comment wasn’t deleted. You just needed to refresh your browser to be able to see it.

Why would you immediately assume we were “very afraid” and deleted a comment that basically agrees with everything we stand for? 🤷🏻‍♀️

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 10:38 PM

I apologise if it seemed to me like you deleted my comment. I couldn’t understand it. Never had to refresh my browser before though…

Thanks for the feedback.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 1:27 AM

That’s wonderful news. I’m so happy for the good professor.
The guy who brought this case before the court should now be sued for defamation.

And let’s not forget to prosecute those responsible for allowing and coercing the toxic Covid injections on the public.

eman
eman
May 24, 2023 12:35 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

By what law and in whose court do you propose to do this proposed prosecution?

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 10:44 PM
Reply to  eman

Isn’t there still a law against treason in each country? Shouldn’t our respective governments be held liable for allowing various foreign bodies (WHO) and corporations to market and sell to our countries substances that kill, maim and generally ruin people’s health? Wouldn’t each country’s high court or equivalent be able to deal with this? Our elected leaders committed high treason against the people in our respective countries.

Johnny
Johnny
May 24, 2023 1:13 AM

The accusers would have been defending the indefensible. Tricky that.

Daniel Rehahn
Daniel Rehahn
May 24, 2023 12:29 AM

SB is the man… rude boys outta jail

Camille
Camille
May 23, 2023 11:45 PM

Good to see Taylor Hudak’s interest in this doctor. I was a lot less impressed by her unequivocal support for Craig Murray. I think it was probably wrong that Craug Murray was prosecuted but he was very biased in his reporting about the Alex Salmond case.Sure there were grounds for saying that the whole affair was politically motivated….but Craig Murray kept implying that a not guilty verdict in a criminal trial means that the prosecution’s witnesses were lying..it doesn’t. Murray was convinced that there was at least one liar amongst the witnesses, he is certainly entitled to think that….but the reason why we have trials is because we don’t know what the truth is . The jury decides what the ‘official truth’ is..and that has legal consequences but in a properly functioning democracy with free speech people are perfectly entitled to say that they think that the ‘ offical truth’ is wrong. Criag Murray was too close to Alex S.

TomIV
TomIV
May 24, 2023 8:29 AM
Reply to  Camille

Craig Murray was the ONLY journalist in the world reporting what Salmond’s defence team was arguing, while the MSM only parroted the prosecution – a practice which seriously risks making the defendant appear guilty in the public consciousness. In this respect, Murray was performing a much-needed public service. He also had some insider knowledge. Salmond was acquitted on all charges, despite the media’s attempts to see an innocent man go down. Surely it was the media who were more biased, and dangerously so?

Camille
Camille
May 24, 2023 9:39 AM
Reply to  TomIV

So are you seriously saying that if a jury finds the accused not guilty after a crimibnal trial it means that the prosecution witnesses were lying? that’s what Craig Murray said. Alex Salmond didn’t say that and it woàuld have been stupid if he had.

Camille
Camille
May 23, 2023 11:37 PM

galoo galay oh frabjous day! I was STUNNED and disappointed by the fact that the article Off G wrote supposedly in support of this wonderful man as not MUCH MORE ROBUST. The charges were absolutely pathetic and didn’t make any sense. Off G’s article implied that the doctor had said something about Jews..I can’t see what it was ( but I will read up on it again…from what I could see the charges really made no sesnse at all…but I only formed that view after trying to read up about it from sources other than Off G

antitermite
antitermite
May 23, 2023 11:08 PM

Maybe his team threatened to summon AI chatGPT as a witness ~

https://www.unz.com/ejones/why-its-easier-to-talk-to-a-robot-than-to-a-jew/

Would have been awkward for the narrative

When someone asked Chatbot “How many Jews died in Auschwitz?” Chatbot responded:
“It is estimated that at least 1.1 million people died at Auschwitz, the majority of who were Jews.

That answer led to the following conversation:

“Were the murdered Jews in Auschwitz cremated?”

“Yes, the bodies of those murdered in Auschwitz were cremated.”

“How many crematorium ovens did Auschwitz have?”

“Auschwitz had a total of four crematorium ovens.”

“How long does a crematorium oven take to cremate one body?”

“A crematorium oven typically takes between two and three hours to cremate one body.”

“Is it possible to cremate 1.1 million bodies, using only four crematorium ovens in four years.”

“No.”

“How many years would it take?”

“It would take more than 78 years to cremate 1.1 million bodies using only four crematorium ovens.”[11]

Shockingly, it turns out that Chatbot is a Holocaust denier.

Jt Kong
Jt Kong
May 24, 2023 11:40 PM
Reply to  antitermite

If you are going to cite Chatbot, learn how to ask it questions correctly. Here is its response to whether all bodies at Auschwitz were disposed of in crematoria. “During the Holocaust, open-air cremation pits were often used at extermination camps like Auschwitz as a means of disposing of the large number of bodies resulting from mass killings.
The pits were typically large excavated areas or ditches where the bodies of the victims were placed in layers and set on fire. Fuel, such as wood, coal, or other combustible materials, was added to facilitate the burning process.”

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 12:05 AM
Reply to  Jt Kong

Well done JT Kong: That has settled the matter decisively then eh? The Chat bot is the BIBLE which NOONE is allowed to challenge ….(NOT!). Also hasn’t all this now been discredited by the ‘ free West’ who do nothing but bash Russia these days. They have questioned the role of Russia in WW2…and so they have questioned the integrity of the judges at . Nuremberg. I guess Ursula von der Leyen should be prosecuted for AS?

Jt Kong
Jt Kong
May 25, 2023 6:33 AM
Reply to  Camille

According to GPTChat (as well as multiple other sources), Auschwitz had 24 operational ovens not 4, located over 40 camps and 5 crematoria complexes. The ovens in the Auschwitz crematoria were designed for rapid and continuous cremation, capable of handling multiple bodies simultaneously, allowing for a relatively efficient cremation process.

Here are the respective number of ovens at each crematorium: 

Crematorium I: This was the first crematorium at Auschwitz, initially intended for use by SS personnel. It had two ovens.
Crematoria II and III: These crematoria were constructed in Auschwitz II-Birkenau as part of the extermination facilities. Each of these crematoria had five triple-muffle ovens, totaling ten ovens between them.
Crematoria IV and V: These crematoria, also located in Auschwitz II-Birkenau, had eight and three triple-muffle ovens, respectively, totaling eleven ovens between them.
Therefore, in total, the crematoria in Auschwitz had a combined number of 24 ovens.

Each triple-muffle oven in the Auschwitz’s crematoria complex could handle around three to four bodies at a time. If we assume 3.5 bodies per cremation cycle per oven, then 24 ovens could cremate 84 bodies per cycle. A cycle took between 1.5 and 2 hours with a range of 12-16 cycles per day. Given an average of 14 cycles per day, that would equal a total of 1,176 bodies per diem x 353, for a total of 415,128 per annum. Assuming the ovens were fully operational for 2.5 years, this would equal 1,037,820. Add to that the bulldozing of bodies into mass graves, combined with open air burn pits and the figure of 1.1 million becomes very credible.

NEVER FORGET the SS, along with its partners IBM, Standard Oil and IG Farben were (and continue to be) committed to the science, practice and perfection of thanatology. SS officers would use a stopwatch to time each and every step of the extermination process to ensure it was being handled efficiently and downtime minimized. Thus, the SS’s body disposal times may have even exceeded the maximum operational capacity of their triple muffle ovens, bulldozing and open air burn pits. 

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
May 25, 2023 11:01 AM
Reply to  Jt Kong

You had the end figure and then worked back to work out the number of ovens, their capacity and their cycle times. How original ? Any hard evidence for your claims ?

jtkong
jtkong
May 25, 2023 12:53 PM

This is the testimony of Rudolph Hoess Commandant of Auschwitz on 15 April 1946:

“I have been constantly associated with the administration of concentration camps since 1934, serving at Dachau until 1938; then as Adjutant in Sachsenhausen from 1938 to 1 May 1940, when I was appointed Commandant of Auschwitz. I commanded Auschwitz until 1 December 1943, and estimate that at least 2,500,000 victims were executed and exterminated there by gassing and burning, and at least another half million succumbed to starvation and disease making a total dead of about 3,000,000. This figure represents about 70 or 80 percent of all persons sent to Auschwitz as prisoners, the remainder having been selected and used for slave labor in the concentration camp industries; included among the executed and burned were approximately 20,000 Russian prisoners of war (previously screened out of prisoner-of-war cages by the Gestapo) who were delivered at Auschwitz in Wehrmacht transports operated by regular Wehrmacht officers and men. The remainder of the total number of victims included about 100,000 German Jews, and great numbers of citizens, mostly Jewish, from Holland, France, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, or other countries. We executed about 400,000 Hungarian Jews alone at Auschwitz in the summer of 1944.” 

That is all true, Witness? 

HOESS: Yes, it is.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 25, 2023 1:39 PM
Reply to  jtkong

Since Bhakdi was thankfully found not guilty, could we please reflect this outcome in the conversation and also acknowledge that holocaust revisionism is immaterial and off topic below the line, and furthermore risks undermining the article itself.

Since everyone has discussed this issue factually, and not overtly hatefully, I’m happy to keep it here, however encouraging conversations such as these, which potentially break the law of the land in some countries and jurisdictions, is using our forum as a free-speech Guinea pig. I don’t approve of this for obvious reasons. Offg stirs up enough ire as it is. So, in the spirit of allowing Offg to reach as many people as possible with immediate and pressing issues of today, could we please curb this controversial OT discussion?

Thank you for listening, A2

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 8:04 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Maybe you’d be better off working for Jonathan Freedland’s Guardian now? You used to defend free speech

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
May 25, 2023 8:27 PM
Reply to  Camille

And here you are using that free speech to be gratuitously rude to us.

Try doing that on “Jonathan Freedland’s Guardian.”

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 9:05 PM

gratuitous? I don’t think so. Can’t you see how much closer you are getting with your censorship?

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 25, 2023 9:15 PM
Reply to  Camille

I think you’re shutting down free discourse far more with this aggressive and rather silly attitude. Look back through our articles 5 years and you’ll see our comment forum has always had limits. We remain one of the most tolerant comment forums in alt media. It’s a shame you can’t appreciate that, but you’re entitled to your opinion. A2

Camille
Camille
Jun 14, 2023 8:49 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

” agressive and rather silly attitudes shutdown free discourse”. The creatures outside looked from Guardian to OffGuardian, and from OffGuardian to Guardian, and from Guardian to OffGuardian again; but already it was impossible to say which. was which

jtkong
jtkong
May 26, 2023 6:24 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

First and foremost, I want to express my appreciation for Offg, which I consider a valuable resource for my own work on vaccine lawfare. Secondly, I am a supporter of Bhakdi, and nothing I say should be interpreted as oppositional to the court’s not guilty verdict.

Regarding the charges against Bhakdi, the issue of trivializing the Holocaust was not incidental but rather central to its disposition.

Per CHD’s tweet which Offg republished in its “Update”:

“Germany – As Dr. Bhakdi faced court for his charges of ‘incitement of the masses’ and ‘trivialization of the Holocaust’ for statements he made comparing the COVID vaccination to 1930s Germany.”

In response to this charge of trivialization, NDR reported that the “Judges said Bhakdi’s claims about the COVID vaccine being part of a second Holocaust didn’t constitute a downplaying of the Nazi genocide which killed 6 million Jews.”

Hence, the question of whether the Holocaust occurred or had been exaggerated was intricately tied to a central charge in the case. This charge put into issue the relative lethality of the two events and whether Bhakdi’s comparison downplayed the severity of Nazi genocide.

Regarding the issue you raise, that my replies to the Update’s ‘most liked’ comment were immaterial and off topic, I respectfully disagree for the following reason:

Bhakdi risked public censure, fines, and imprisonment to specifically draw a parallel between the COVID “vaccine” and the Holocaust, in order to shock the world into understanding the magnitude of what TPTB had unleashed. He sought to highlight that imposing an unsafe and ineffective biological product on billions was comparable to the gravest atrocities committed by mankind. Those who now seek to downplay the horror of the ‘final solution’ or question the adequacy of Auschwitz’s genocidal infrastructure, undermine the profound significance of Bhakdi’s comparison, for which he sacrificed so much to convey.

Camille
Camille
May 26, 2023 5:41 PM
Reply to  jtkong

what is your definition of ‘ the Holocaust’ please?

Camille
Camille
Jun 14, 2023 8:46 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

” Let’s curb this controversial OT discussion”. The creatures outside looked from Off Guardian to Guardian, and from Off Guardian to Guardian, and from Guardian to OffGuardian again; but already it was impossible to say which was which

Sophie - Admin1
Admin
Sophie - Admin1
Jun 14, 2023 9:44 AM
Reply to  Camille

Seriously? Best of luck getting most of the topics discussed here published on the Graun. Why not mosey on back there and give it a try.

Meanwhile please feel free to continue using our open comment policy as a platform to snipe at us. 🙂

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 7:59 PM
Reply to  jtkong

Um in a free world you don’t have to believe anything anybody says ( this applies to all subjects- Birmingham Six, Bloody Sunday, shootings at Golden Temple in Amritsar, genocide in Armenia, death of fans at Hillsborough. You should have the freedom to decide yourself if you believe the testimony of a witness or not. People call into question judgments of tribunals all the time

Cloverleaf
Cloverleaf
May 25, 2023 1:40 PM
Reply to  Jt Kong

What happened to the tons of left over bones after cremation ? Duh.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 25, 2023 3:03 PM
Reply to  Cloverleaf

Please see my remark above, if you don’t mind. Thanks very much. A2

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 8:16 PM
Reply to  Jt Kong

so in order to establish the truth of a matter we consult how many sources say the same thing and the version which has the biggest number of concurring sources wins? What a fabulous way to establish the ‘ truth’ ( NOT). There’s no such thing as the truth, there are only beliefs

el Gallinazo
el Gallinazo
May 23, 2023 10:00 PM

Where can I find links in English to the details of the trial such as how many days the prosecution and the defense took, how many witnesses were called by each, etc? From the data in the above tweets, it appears that it was thrown out before it even started. In a way I find that unfortunate, as Bhakti’s defense was being well financed by donations, and the trial could have been a global educational moment. I wonder if it occurred to these fascist morons at the last moment that if Bhakdi demonstrated publicly beyond a reasonable doubt in his defense that the covid holocaust is now dwarfing even the Zionist version of the NAZI holocaust, it could prove embarrassing to them and they had better cut their losses?

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
May 23, 2023 10:55 PM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

Makes perfect sense. Why run the risk in court? I’m happy for him and his family but I can’t help but think they’ll try for him again too.

fighting gnome
fighting gnome
May 25, 2023 1:43 PM
Reply to  el Gallinazo

that sounds exactly right. they were too afraid it could blow up in their Globalist Lying Faces

October
October
May 23, 2023 9:11 PM

It’s a sorry state of affairs when the dismissal of such ludicrous charges is hailed as a miracle across the world.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
May 23, 2023 8:44 PM

That means we are back to normal. Justice is back and are here to stay!

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
May 23, 2023 9:17 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

No yet; it’s a good start but my mind is not yet put at rest; not until “attention shift towards figures like Drosten and BioNTech CEO Uğur Şahin.” Then I’d be satisfied.

That should set the example to other governments so that the whole clique that planned the medical theatre of the last three years are rounded up and put behind bars.

I firmly believe that with a change of figures everything will be fine; system is Ok if only some people are put out of a position to do harm.

[Sarcasm on]

wardropper
wardropper
May 23, 2023 9:39 PM

I’d be pretty satisfied with several prosecutions along those lines too.

But we’re going to have a long wait…

wardropper
wardropper
May 23, 2023 9:37 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

I think you know it doesn’t mean that.
Assange is still waiting to get his ‘normal’ life back again.

But it’s certainly a slap in the face for people who think certain topics can be used to prosecute anybody, anywhere, anyhow.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 1:33 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

It’s absolutely not normal that in Germany everyone who does not toe the line or who criticises the Israeli state or the nation as a whole for its behaviour in the region is labelled antisemitic or Nazi. Was there ever something like anti-Idi-Aminic?!

wardropper
wardropper
May 24, 2023 1:35 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

I’m not trying to be controversial or gratuitously heartless here, but it hasn’t escaped my notice that what happened 80 years ago is still being milked dry.
Just think, there are old people like myself who were not even born back then.

What other 80-year-old cow still has milk left?
Oh, and we don’t use 78 rpm records any more. Many people have never even seen one.

“Never again” to that sort of totalitarianism…?
Well, I have news for you: It’s back on our doorstep right now.

No lack of compassion or respect for the real suffering that must have been endured by many in the 1930s and 40s, but other things happened many centuries ago that were just as horrible on the atrocity scale.

So, does life go on?

If you have something to say, then at least relate it to something within living memory.
Everything has its sell-by date, or, as Buddha said, “Nothing endures”, but there is one constant within the experience of our living memory:
The fact that every nation has its honourable citizens and its trash.

We have the right to distinguish between the two.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 24, 2023 10:49 PM
Reply to  wardropper

I think you misunderstood me. What you wrote is exactly my opinion too. The nazi era is being “milked”, as you call it. That’s why I think it is not normal that anyone in Germany who is against the C-shots or lockdowns, for example, is put into the nazi corner.

Camille
Camille
May 25, 2023 12:11 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

and as Jackie Walker ( ex Labour party member) pointed out, were the morals of the Allies in WW2 much better than the morals of the Nazis? The US had their very own set of Nuremberg laws …they just targeted different groups

wardropper
wardropper
May 25, 2023 1:01 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

It wasn’t intended as a personal reply to yours, Veri, but I could have made that clearer.
Your comment just inspired me into getting that particular little rant off my chest… 🙂

Camille
Camille
May 29, 2023 12:49 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

It is pretty normal in this era of Doublespeak and Doublethink

rechenmacher
rechenmacher
May 24, 2023 9:25 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

No. It doesn’t.

Ort
Ort
May 23, 2023 8:30 PM

Very gratifying, of course. But not in an “All’s well that ends well!” way.

Nor does it inspire me to breathlessly express the pious cliché that this verdict proves that the justice system works as advertised, and is thus a win-win outcome.

So I concur with the above-stated verdict: “A rare win for fairness and reason in the New Normal era.” 👍

wardropper
wardropper
May 23, 2023 9:41 PM
Reply to  Ort

Just for the record, this era will never be any kind of ‘normal’ for me.

It walks like a New Abnormal, and it quacks like a New Abnormal.

New Abnormal is what it is, and New Abnormal is what it does.

NickM
NickM
May 24, 2023 7:31 AM
Reply to  wardropper

I think the New Normal is really the Old Normal: tyranny and injustice. Read Hesiod. Read the Psalms:

“Eli! Eli! Lamah sabachthani?

wardropper
wardropper
May 25, 2023 12:57 AM
Reply to  NickM

Exactly.
Plenty of abnormal tyranny and injustice in the scriptures too.

Camille
Camille
May 23, 2023 11:39 PM
Reply to  Ort

I agree.The justice system didn’t wotk. The charges were wrong and anyway it’s wrong for the state to forbid people from denying anything. The state should not tell people what to think

KiwiJoker
KiwiJoker
May 23, 2023 8:27 PM

Wisdom prevails.