In an Open Letter recently sent to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Dr. Matthias Rath describes the disastrous strategy via which, under cover of the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic, a handful of pharmaceutical exporting countries are attempting to force the entire world into long-term economic and political dependency. Calling for the people and governments of the world to oppose this monstrous development, Dr. Rath summarizes a scientific breakthrough that could help bring the coronavirus pandemic to an end. Setting out a global public health strategy to prevent ‘pharmaceutical colonialism’ and protect the efforts of the United Nations towards global equality, he lays out a strategic plan for creating a ‘World Without Disease’ based on natural health education and plant-derived medicine.
Dr. Rath’s Open Letter describes how, as a result of groundbreaking scientific evidence published by researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, all key infection pathways of the coronavirus – including its mutations – can now be blocked naturally using specific combinations of micronutrients. The effectiveness and safety of this new approach are in contrast to the significant dangers of the completely inadequately tested novel vaccines that are currently being promoted as the ‘only’ solution to the pandemic. As the Dr. Rath Health Foundation has demonstrated in its international Movement of Life project, the scientific knowledge of how micronutrients can promote health and save lives can immediately now be used worldwide, including in the remotest villages and poorest countries on Earth.
Based on the scientific micronutrient breakthrough, Dr. Rath states that anyone promoting a ‘vaccine only’ strategy as the sole solution to the pandemic is spreading ‘fake news’. Far from acting in the interests of the people of the world, politicians implementing ‘vaccine only’ strategies are instead simply supporting pharmaceutical colonialism. The most heinous form of colonialism, pharmaceutical colonialism hides behind the deceptive veil of ‘charity’, whereby wealthy pharmaceutical export nations portray themselves as ‘helping’ people living in poor countries. In reality, however, the export of patented drugs to the developing world has little or no effect on the most widespread and urgent health problems faced by people living in these regions, such as malnutrition, immune deficiencies triggering susceptibility to infectious diseases, and other nutritional deficiency-related diseases.
While the health benefits of the multibillion-dollar drug exports to the developing world are limited, they also have serious long-term economic and social consequences. In short, they systematically drain the already scarce economic resources of poor countries and deprive them of the opportunity of economic development and a dignified life for their people. Through instead promoting the worldwide adoption of science-based natural health approaches, the United Nations could help prevent pharmaceutical colonialism and take important steps towards achieving global equality.
As Dr. Rath’s Open Letter explains, the creation of a ‘World Without Disease’ is only possible through the implementation of programs providing natural health education and plant-derived medicine for all the people of the world. Towards this goal, the necessary strategies include making science-based natural health approaches a human right and breaking down the artificial wall between food and medicine.
In the future, the focus of agriculture will no longer just be providing food for the people of the world to prevent basic hunger. Instead, farmers will become promoters of modern medicine by growing plants with proven health benefits on an industrial scale. In such a world, the close connection between plant-derived micronutrients, optimum cellular function, and the prevention of diseases will become an essential topic at every level of education. School and community gardens will be established in every city, town, and village on the planet.
Please support Dr. Rath’s Open Letter by writing to Antonio Guterres yourself. His email addresses are shown below. Bringing an end to pharmaceutical colonialism and creating a ‘World Without Disease’ will only be possible if we stand together and demand that the rights to health and life are available to all people, rich and poor alike.
Email addresses for United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres: