The highest court in Germany has been called upon to decide on a case that ultimately affects the health and lives of people throughout the world! With his refusal to acknowledge the scientific answer to the coronavirus pandemic, German health minister Jens Spahn has put the lives of millions of people at risk. Dr. Rath is now pushing for a final judgement in the case to ensure the freedom of science, and to overcome the dangerous blindness of the German government towards science-based natural health. Help him – no matter where you live!
The town of Karlsruhe in Germany may not be as familiar to you as, say, Cologne or Berlin. But in the German legal system, there is no higher entity than the Bundesverfassungsgericht (‘Federal Constitutional Court’) located in this mid-sized town. Although the Bundestag, the German parliament, appoints the country’s judges, this court watches over the German constitution in a very active way. Many laws that the German government put in place have been reviewed by the Bundesverfassungsgericht and – if the law breaks citizens’ constitutional rights – were deemed invalid. Now the judges have a case on their desk that concerns you, as well, wherever you live.
Know your rights
The German constitution puts basic human rights first. Its opening 19 articles grant basic rights to everybody in Germany, citizens and visitors alike. Among them are the rights to human dignity, freedom of expression, personal freedom, and freedom of faith and conscience. These basic rights were formulated at the same time as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations (UN), in the years following the end of World War II.
In both texts, however, one basic human right is absent: the (human) right to natural health. Although the first Nobel Prize recognizing the health benefits of vitamins had already been awarded in 1928, global health care had essentially been taken over by the pharmaceutical investment business based on patented drugs. Even today, a hundred thousand scientific pages of new research about the importance of micronutrients later, the right to natural health still is not a basic human right.
An eye on Karlsruhe
But what exactly is it that the highest court in Germany has to decide upon? The short answer is: your basic human right to natural health.
At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, many scientists were busy searching for an answer to the new virus. Some scientists used experimental genetically modified vaccines, which have subsequently been advocated for the population at large as an answer to the pandemic.
Independent research, conducted by the research team at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, came to a different solution. An effective, safe, and affordable natural approach was developed: a specific micronutrient formulation that is effective against all mutations of the virus.
Dr. Rath and the scientists at his research institute immediately recognized the importance of these findings for humanity. This is why the non-profit organization financing this research shared the knowledge about it – also published in peer-reviewed medical journals – with the German health ministry. But the current German health minister, Jens Spahn, has consistently refused to acknowledge this research and has not even bothered to look at its lifesaving potential.
Mr. Spahn is evidently not fulfilling his duty as the minister ultimately responsible for the health of millions of people in Germany and beyond. In fact, by openly disregarding such potentially lifesaving information, he may even have become guilty of criminal neglect – especially in face of the devastating dimension of the current pandemic.
This is why Dr. Rath filed a criminal complaint against Mr. Spahn in December 2020. Mr. Spahn’s refusal to accept the natural solution not only violated Dr. Rath’s right to scientific freedom – he also put the lives of millions of people at risk. And precisely this question has now reached the highest court of Germany and is awaiting a judgement.