Prominent Covid Critic Vindicated

Prominent Covid Critic Vindicated

The mainstream's fake news narrative about the elite response to Covid is steadily being gnawed away. A succession of revelations and inconvenient court cases is bringing out the truth.

In the latest development, one of France’s most prominent infectious and tropical disease specialists has beaten off an attempt to destroy his career over his brave stance during the 'pandemic'.

Professor Christian Perronne, was vindicated on Friday by a regional Disciplinary Chamber of the “Ordre des Médecins” (National Council of the Order of Physicians, CNOM), which had brought proceedings against him because of his “dissident” public statements and writings about the COVID crisis, treatment of the disease, and the so-called COVID vaccine.

Perronne has authored three books about the COVID crisis in which he explains that the French government made all the wrong decisions and, by his reckoning, was thereby responsible for 25,000 unnecessary deaths during the first wave of infections.

Regarding the proceedings brought by the CNOM, the Disciplinary Chamber concluded that in view of his status as a specialist, Perronne not only had the right to express himself, but that he had an obligation to do so.

“Dr. Perronne, an internationally recognized specialist in the field of infectious diseases, was in the best position to understand the public health issues involved. While he expressed himself in the press on the government’s action and on the pharmaceutical industry, as he was legitimately entitled to do, and even obliged to do in this field which falls within his area of competence, he went no further than publicly expressing a dissenting view on a subject of general interest, without resorting to invective,” the Disciplinary Chamber stated.

This is a major victory against the official COVID narrative. Perronne, an experienced professor of medicine, practicing physician, and a former member of national medical councils and authorities responsible for the management of health crises and vaccine policies, has been ridiculed and lambasted by the mainstream media as a “conspiracy theorist.”

Perronne was a member of a team that worked on developing an H5NI flu vaccine in 2004, and in 2009 he was the vice-president of the “European advisory group of experts on immunization” responsible for advising the World Health Organization on European vaccine policy.

By December 2020, he was sacked from his post as head of the infectiology department of the hospital of Garches, in the western suburbs of Paris, by the head of the Parisian network of public hospitals, Martin Hirsch, who also required that the Order of Physicians bring disciplinary proceedings against him.

Perronne was accused of having violated the Public Health Code when he expressed himself in the media and in his books. According to the CNOM, he had “seriously implicated colleagues who had taken care of a member of his family or who had participated in public health decisions,” in particular when he said that his own brother-in-law had died of COVID in hospital because the medical staff there were not at liberty to give him efficient treatments.