Refusal To Treat COVID Vaccine Injuries Is A Crime Against Humanity Says Leading Intensive Care Doctor

The Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly supported a resolution in March honoring Dr. Marik for his courageous treatment of critically ill COVID-19 patients. The same leading intensive care doctor went on to say that refusal to treat COVID vaccine injuries ‘is a crime against humanity.’

The unwillingness to treat COVID jab injuries, according to a top critical care physician, is a “crime against humanity.”

Dr. Paul Marik (read below), the creator of the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and the world’s second most published critical care doctor, made the case at the COVID-19 Alternative Therapies and the Right to Choose Conference in Ohio earlier this month.

The conference concentrated on COVID-19 vaccine injuries, as well as the medical response and therapies accessible for people who have experienced a wide range of vaccination-related problems and concerns. Patients who had suffered vaccination-related illnesses and health issues, as well as individuals whose relatives had perished as a result of the vaccine, testified.

Dr. Robert Malone, a pioneer of mRNA technology, and Dr. Peter McCullough, a prominent cardiologist who earlier this year asked for all current COVID-19 vaccines to be “pulled off the market,” were among the medical experts in attendance.

“At least two to three per cent of people who get [the vaccines] will have adverse events like you just heard,” Marik added, citing new studies.

“They’re not making this up: two to three per cent,” he continued.

“Now you figure out how many people have been vaccinated in this country and across the world. There are millions of people who are suffering. They’re being ignored. They’re not getting treatment. And they’re suffering.”

Marik chastised the National Institutes for Health (NIH) for being aware of the vaccine-related injuries yet refusing to treat patients. VAERS and the disclosed papers on the Pfizer vaccine, which have placed Pfizer under current criticism for alleged fraud and data manipulation in the execution of vaccine studies, make data on reported injuries available to the public.

Marik urged for a shift in the unwillingness to treat patients with vaccine-related health concerns.

“There’s no disease in medicine that you can’t treat,” he declared.

“It’s never too late. It’s never too late! These vaccine-injured people are suffering, and we need to do something for them. This is a humanitarian crisis… It’s a travesty. We have treatments for these people. It’s not perfect, but we need to come out of the closet and offer them treatments,” he added.

“It’s a crime against humanity.”

The Virginia House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed a motion on March 11, 2022, honoring Dr. Marik for “his courageous treatment of critically ill COVID-19 patients.”

“Marik developed two protocol treatments for COVID-19 through the FLCCC: MATH+ and I-MASK, acronyms for two combinations of repurposed drugs used for prevention or early treatment of COVID-19. In addition to making these protocols publicly available, the FLCCC provides a medical summary of the clinical trial evidence for the effectiveness of ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19.” 

The Virginia legislature complimented Marik for “using repurposed approved Food and Drug Administration (FDA) generic drugs as a strategy to reduce the pandemic death rate, despite continuous challenges and barriers.”

Read the document below:

GreatGameIndia is being actively targeted by powerful forces who do not wish us to survive. Your contribution, however small help us keep afloat. We accept voluntary payment for the content available for free on this website via UPI, PayPal and Bitcoin.

Support GreatGameIndia


  1. Half the Adults in this World are Opposed to correcting Anything – – bc if done thoroughly it will come-back upon them as they are complicit. …. Proof is their secret Guilty Conscience that is Compelling Them to Act the Way they Do – – n’est-ce pas? …… … shalom to all

Leave a Reply