German virologist Doctor Sucharit Bhakdi is not falling in lock step with the tyrannical mandates imposed on citizens in the name of the Chinese coronavirus. In the following RAIR Foundation USA exclusively-translated video, the prominent physician denigrates the enforced use of masks as coercive, illegal and scientifically harmful.
Doctor Sucharit Bhakdi is former Emeritus Head of the Institute for Medical Microbiology and Hygiene at the Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität in Mainz, Germany. He is an ethnic Thai who was born in America and educated at schools in Switzerland, Egypt, and Thailand. He studied medicine at the University of Bonn.
RAIR Foundation USA is pleased to present the following exclusively-translated video featuring Dr. Bhakdi. This brief clip highlights the doctor examining the possible legal consequences for those German public officials who issue intrusive arbitrary mask orders. Dr. Bhakdi explains that mask mandates as imposed by a “public official”, amount to a “particularly severe case” of “coercion” punishable by German Criminal Code.
Scientifically, not only don’t masks work, the Virologist explains, they are a “health risk”, particularly for elderly people.
Watch Dr. Bhakdi discuss the masks (transcript below):
Many thanks to Miss Piggy for the Translation!
Do you know what? I’ll read you something.
I have it…
Penal Code, Paragraph 240, Coercion.
Whoever unlawfully with force or threat of appreciable harm (up to €5000, in Bavaria) compels a
human being to commit, acquiesce in or omit an act, [wearing of a mask] shall be punished with
imprisonment for not more than three years or a fine
The act is unlawful if the use of force or the threat of evil [wearing of the mask] for the
intended purpose is to be regarded as reprehensible.
It’s scientifically proven, wearing this mask [unintelligible] does nothing.
If you have a mask, on an older person alone the GERMS… the wearing of a Mask
is… is… it’s a health risk, and now they go… that’s why it is despicable … it’s punishable.
The attempt is punishable… the attempt is punishable.
In particularly severe cases, the penalty is a term of imprisonment from six months to five years.
When is it considered a particular serious case? A particularly severe case is usually when the
perpetrator abuses his powers or his position as a public official.