Standing for Ethics with Science

Dr. Robert Malone, of Salk Institute fame, invented the mRNA vaccine platform technology, and he is now among the most vocal critics of the vaccine mandates.

Albert Einstein criticized governments for misusing his gift of E=MC2, the Theory of Relativity, and making the atomic bomb. Einstein carried this guilt for the rest of his life.

In a letter to President Roosevelt, he wrote, "Had I known that the Germans would not succeed in producing an atomic bomb," he said, "I would have never lifted a finger."

Likewise, Kary Mullis, the inventor of PCR technology, lamented that it was not designed as a diagnostic tool and should not be used for biological testing. Nevertheless, it is widely used in its abominated form to diagnose cases of COVID that do not exist. However, most doctors, including Anthony Fauci, acknowledge that when pressed at greater than 25 to 30 cycles, the PCR suffers from upwards of a 90+% false positivity rate.

More and more examples exist, from Alfred Nobel and his dynamite invention to Kamran Loghman, a chief developer of pepper spray. But, unfortunately, their new technology was adulterated into something immoral, unethical, or destructive.

Loghman was horrified when his pepper spray was used callously and aggressively by police against UC Davis demonstrators.

“I have never seen such an inappropriate and improper use of chemical agents."


Today, genetic vaccines and even drugs like Molnupiravir that create catastrophic mutations - only in viruses, of course - represent the brink of science and perhaps the brink of humanity.

Will the human race ultimately use these methods to destroy itself in its quest for pure science and technology?

Rather than wait and find out, Dr. Malone and other ethical physicians convened the Rome International COVID Summit. It garnered more than one million logins from around the world and resulted in the release of the Rome Physician's Declaration.


This Declaration has attracted more than 10,700 signatures from physicians worldwide as of yesterday as scientists around the world call for a halt to the reckless use of Dr. Malone's invention - mRNA platform technology - and a renewed attention to Human Rights.


Albert Einstein once said, “It is the responsibility of every human being to aspire to do something worthwhile, to make this world a better place than the one he or she found.”

Einstein and Nobel would be proud of Dr. Robert Malone's Declaration, and perhaps humanity may live another day - if enough people awaken - before it is too late.

Please ask your doctor to sign the Rome Declaration today.


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