Pandemic Strategies: Lessons and Consequences – International Conference in Stockholm
Our international conference at the Stockholm Waterfront 21-22 January 2023 was a resounding success. It gathered 15 leading doctors, researchers and lawyers from the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Israel, Ukraine and Norway, along with 7 Swedes.
An independent production company was on site to record all angles of the conference and to provide them to the public via this page. Make sure to check back regularly, as we publishing further presentations and interviews over the coming days.
Presentations and panel discussions (3 per day) will be released in the order that they appeared on the program. Interviews and other content to follow shortly…….stay tuned!
We hope you enjoy the conference and find it thought provoking and informative.
Saturday 21st January 2023 (day 1)
Welcome to the conference
Dr. Sven Román, co-founder and Chairman of Läkaruppropet surprises the audience with a warm, melodic Swedish welcome!
Tackling the health misinformation mess through REAL evidence based medicine
Aseem Malhotra is Consultant Cardiologist, President of The Public Health Collaboration and expert in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of heart disease. Aseem has helped establish and coordinate numerous initiatives to improve public health. Award winning American Science Journalist Gary Taubes described Aseem as someone who has “probably done more in the UK to inject sanity into nutrition science and the pharmaceutical industry debate than any human being alive”
Fifth Generation Warfare and Sovereignty
Robert Malone MD MS is an internationally recognized virologist and immunologist, physician, author, bioethicist, and the original inventor of mRNA delivery and vaccination as a technology (mRNA vaccination). He has almost one hundred academic peer reviewed publications and has been a consultant for the World Health Organization, as well as the U.S. government.
Three methods of control: Medicine, censorship/propaganda and the WHO
Meryl Nass MD is a physician in Internal Medicine and expert on anthrax, being the first person in the world to have investigated an epidemic and proven it to be due to biological warfare. Meryl has given testimony to six U.S. congressional hearings on biodefense, Gulf War syndrome and vaccine safety. She has consulted for the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, regarding the prevention, investigation and mitigation of biological warfare and pandemics. She works for Children’s Health Defense.
Rolling review of mRNA vaccines – failure of regulation or an unprecedented fraud?
Jonathan Gilthorpe PhD is a research scientist in Experimental Neuroscience. His research career of 25 years has encompassed virology, embryology, neurobiology and neuroscience through which he has developed a deep understanding of molecular and cell biology. His research now focusses on the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases. He lives and works in Sweden and has been a member of Läkaruppropet since 2021.
COVID-19 countermeasures: Evidence for an intent to harm
Alexandra Latypova (Sasha) holds an MBA degree and is a former Pharmaceutical R&D Executive. Sasha spent approximately 25 years in the pharmaceutical industry. She has owned and managed several contract research organisations, conducting clinical trials for over 60 pharmaceutical clients worldwide. She became concerned about the irregularities, cover-up and apparent fraud relating to the extremely high number of deaths and injuries associated with the COVID-19 ‘vaccine’ rollout.
Panel discussion: Globalist wealth or global health?
Chair for the first session, Aga Wilson, leads a panel discussion with Aseem Malhotra, Robert Malone, Meryl Nass, Jonathan Gilthorpe, Sasha Latypova and Michael Palmer.
Misinformation in the reporting of public health data challenges the integrity of Swedish public health
Sven Román MD is Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He has broad experience working in both inpatient and outpatient clinics throughout Sweden.Over the past decade, Sven has often entered the arena of public debate on psychiatry, and on child and adolescent psychiatry in particular. Since February 2020 he has debated the COVID-19 strategy and on 12th March 2021, together with two medical colleagues, launched the non-profit association Läkaruppropet, which was founded as a Swedish response to The Great Barrington Declaration.
The responsibilityof a medical doctor to ask the important question [SWEDISH]
Hans Zingmark MD works at the Department of Internal Medicine, Halmstad Hospital, Sweden. He became a specialist in Internal and Pulmonary medicine in 2018. Having worked with patients during both the COVID-19 pandemic itself and after the vaccination roll out of the novel COVID-19 vaccines, Hans gained a wealth of expertise and insight into this situation from ‘the shop floor’, which he shares in this lecture.
How to evaluate the medical effect in large and small clinical studies
Sture Blomberg MD is a double specialist in Gynecology & Obstetrics and Anesthesia & Intensive Care. He developed a simple, inexpensive method to fully protects patients with severe coronary artery disease from the risk of developing myocardial infarction under long and complicated surgery. Since the beginning of the pandemic, he has been engaged in the debate concerning mRNA injections and their side effects. He is one of very few Swedish anesthesiologists who has many years of experience with intravenous Vitamin C treatment against septic shock and, to some extent, COVID-19.
Something does not add up – about the culture of silence in journalism and healthcare
Per Shapiro holds a BA in Languages, Philosophy and Journalism. Has worked for many years as an investigative reporter and documentary maker, mainly in radio but also in television and as a writer. He runs the independent journalistic radio podcast; Folkets Radio.
The Politics of Pandemics
John Steppling is a playwright, screenwriter, teacher and political commentator. His plays include The Shaper, Dream Coast, Standard of the Breed, The Thrill, Wheel of Fortune, Dogmouth, and Phantom Luck, which won the 2010 LA Award for best play. Film credits include 52 Pick-up (directed by John Frankenheimer, 1985) and Animal Factory (directed by Steve Buscemi, 1999). His book Aesthetic Resistance and Dis Interest was published in 2016 and his Aesthetic Resistance podcasts can be found on Soundcloud.
Panel discussion: Success or fallacy of the Swedish strategy?
Per Shapiro leads a panel discussion with Sven Román, Hans Zingmark, Sture Blomberg and John Steppling
Per Shapiro leads a panel discussion with Sven Román, Hans Zingmark, Sture Blomberg and John Steppling on aspects of the Swedish pandemic response
and the problem of extreme polarisation in society.
Sunday 22nd January 2023 (day 2)
Covid 19: Where we were, where we are, where are we going? – The real science
Ryan Cole is double board-certified pathologist with a PhD in Immunology and Virology. Dr. Cole completed his residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the Mayo Clinic. He is CEO and the Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics, an independent medical lab, which serves clinicians throughout Idaho and the US. He has diagnosed over 500,000 patients through the microscope in his extensive career of 26 years. He is a board member of the Independent Doctors of Idaho, Pan American Alliance for Life, Unity Against Covid, Pandemic Health Alliance and was elected as the physician to the Idaho Central District Health board which is Idaho’s largest regional public health department and is also a founding member of the Global Covid Summit.
The pre-vaccine mechanism and its implications
Ann-Cathrin Engwall PhD in Immunology, Uppsala University studied the adaptive immune system and through evolutionary studies of HLA genes, to Virology. She examined the co-evolution of viruses and the host immune system at the Paul-Ehrlich-Institute in Germany before continuing her research at Uppsala University. She was member of the National Network of Drug Development (NNDD) before a transition to Life Science as VP, with responsibility for vaccine design and development as well as large scale bioproduction for clinical trials. She is CEO of Acemcon AB, offering her expertise as a consultant.
Hands off my genetic heritage!
Alexandra Henrion-Caude PhD is a geneticist whose research has focused for 30 years on how the environment impacts our genes, including our RNA, in childhood diseases. After earning her PhD in Paris, she trained at Harvard Medical School and then became tenured by the French National Institute of Health (Inserm) in 1998, where she was appointed as Director of Research until 2019. She later moved to Africa and founded the SimplissimA Research Institute in Mauritius, with the goal of identifying simple, sustainable low-cost, and ethical health solutions. She has spoken out publicly against the health policy put in place to manage the crisis linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. Alexandra has played a key role in the launch of the recent Medical Crisis Declaration on Vaccine Injuries.
Sabotage? – A pathologist reports
Ute Krüger MD, DMedSci is a pathologist educated in Germany now living and working in Sweden. She wrote her doctoral thesis at the Humboldt University in Berlin on the analysis of 7500 autopsy protocols. With over 25 years of experience in Clinical Pathology and a special interest in breast cancer, Ute has been researching breast cancer at Lund University for almost 8 years. She was a member of the Board of the Swedish Association of Pathologists and was previously Medical Chief of the Department of Clinical Pathology in Växjö. She works as a Senior Physician in the Department of Clinical Pathology in Kalmar.
Histopathological reevaluation of a large cohort of cases representing serious adverse events and deaths following COVID-19 vaccination
Arne Burkhardt iProfessor Dr. Med. of Pathology studied Medicine at the Universities of Kiel, Munich and Heidelberg. He trained in Pathology at the Universities of Heidelberg and Hamburg (1970 -1979) and became Professor of Pathology at the University of Hamburg (1979) and Tübingen (1991). He holds a position as an Extraordinarius Emeritus for General and Special Pathology at the University of Bern, Switzerland and practices as a Pathologist in his own laboratory since 2008. Arne has held guest professorships in numerous universities in the United States (Harvard, Brookhaven), Japan (Nihon), South Korea and Europe. He has authored more than 150 original publications in International and German medical journals and contributed to textbooks in German, English and Japanese.
Histopathological reevaluation of a large cohort of cases representing serious adverse events and deaths following COVID-19 vaccination
Ludmilla Morozova-Roche and Jonathan Gilthorpe lead a panel discussion with Ann-Cathrin Engwall, Ryan Cole, Alexandra Henrion-Caude, Arne Burkhardt and Michael Palmer
Propaganda and censorship of effective generic drugs and the physicians who prescribe them in COVID
Pierre Kory MD is a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine specialist and a former Associate Professor and Chief of the Critical Care Service at the University of Wisconsin. Prior to COVID-19, he was an internationally renowned pioneer in the field of critical care ultrasonography, having served as Senior Editor of an award-winning textbook in its 2nd edition, translated into 7 languages. During COVID-19, he co-founded and serves as the President and Chief Medical Officer of the Front
Omicron has not been a blessing but a scourge
Geert Vanden BosscheDVM PhD studied Veterinary Medicine at the University of Ghent, Belgium before his PhD in Virology at the University of Hohenheim, Germany. Geert has worked for companies serving various roles in vaccine R&D and late vaccine development, Senior Program Officer for the Global Health Discovery team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Senior Ebola Program Manager at the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), and as Head of the Vaccine Development Office at the German Center for Infection Research in Cologne. Geert is now a Biotech/Vaccine consultant while also conducting his own research on Natural Killer cell-based vaccines, having become well known for warning against the health danger of conducting mass vaccination programs during a pandemic.
LNP/mRNA: Why the COVID jab is a natural born killer
Richard Urso MD PhD graduated from the University of Texas, School of Medicine, followed by 16 years of postgraduate training and research. Sole inventor of an FDA approved wound healing drug (Oxervate), he has repurposed multiple medications for usage in scarring, wound healing, inflammation, oncology and viral disease. He was Chief of Orbital Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center for six years. Richard’s involvement in debating the COVID-19 pandemic response began in March 2020 and has made hundreds of appearances on major news channels and podcasts. To date he has treated over 2900 COVID patients successfully and is actively involved in treating hundreds of vax injured and “long covid” patients. He is cofounder of the Global Covid Summit and the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists, as well as being one of the original members of America’s Frontline Doctors.
mRNA technology: Lessons and consequences
Jessica Rose PhD is a Canadian researcher qualified in Applied Mathematics, Immunology, Computational Biology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Since the COVID-19 era, Jessica has utilized her research skills to administer scientific information in the form of literature reviews, scientific publications, and ongoing descriptive analyses of pharmacovigilance data such as VAERS, to make this data accessible to the public to promote transparency and to allow for true informed consent in the medical decision-making process.
mRNA as the new ”platform technology”: Legal issues and solutions
Philipp Kruse Attorney at Law (LL.M) is a lawyer specialized in tax and in constitutional law. Since 2020, Philipp has brought a total 22 proceedings, representing all types of COVID-19 mandate, to court to restore evidence-based and constitutional normality. In one case the Swiss Supreme Court ruled that a positive PCR test result cannot serve as a proof of disease. Philipp also represents a group of Swiss pilots against the vaccine mandate of their employer, and is leading voice for civil rights. He is co-founder and co-president of the Swiss lawyers’ Committee, providing the Swiss Parliament and Government with legal analyses relating to their permanent violations of the Swiss constitution. In November 2022, Philipp’s team published the most comprehensive criminal complaint ever submitted against a Swiss institution; the Swiss medical supervisory agency, amongst others, for unlawfully authorizing mRNA-based COVID-19 “vaccines”.
From Biology to Population: Evidence-Based Public Health Lessons and Next Steps
Astrid Stuckelberger MSc PhD Privat-Docent is a public health scientist with an international academic research and teaching career in public health at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She is Professor at the University of Lausanne and Universities of Switzerland as well as for an American University Program on Global Health and Development in Geneva and for the Study Abroad international training program. Astrid has authored more than 180 scientific articles, policy documents and government, EU and UN reports, as well as 12 books. She received an award from Switzerland and from the United Nations Secretary General for her international work and was a consultant and a project collaborator with both the WHO and the UN during her career. Astrid worked for more than 3 years with the WHO in Geneva to develop a training course for member states to implement the WHO International Health Regulation (IHR) as a legally binding law for all member states. Astrid became skeptical about the COVID-19 narrative and the WHO’s interventions at an early stage when she found them to be contrary to the IHR pandemic preparedness guidelines. She wrote several articles where she questioned the risk assessment and emergency management of member states and the massive policy response reported in scientific and media articles.
Panel discussion: Where are we heading and what should we strive for?
Perhaps the most infamous moment of the conference, where an unscheduled comment by Ryan Cole led to a spirited discussion with Astrid Stuckelberger. This was followed by a shortened panel discussion led by John Steppling and involving Pierre Kory, Geert Vanden Bossche, Richard Urso, Jessica Rose, Philipp Kruse and Astrid Stuckelberger
Sven Román, co-founder and Chairman of Läkaruppropet draws the conference to harmonious close!