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Sayer Ji addresses recent defamatory remarks by an organization calling itself 'The Center for Countering Digital Hate,' striking to the root issue: their attack on informed consent and freedom of information, without which ethical medicine is not possible. Please join us at www.StandforHealthFreedom.com, where millions of others who share our values are gathering in unity, resolve, and positive action to ensure our basic human, civil, religious, and Constitutional rights remain intact.
Never before has freedom of information and free speech been more important in protecting our basic human rights. For instance, without accurate and uncensored access to truthful and factual information about the risks and benefits of medical procedures and interventions such as vaccination, one can not exercise one's free choice to either consent to or refuse participation in what could be a life-threatening or even deadly practice. This is the basis for informed consent and any form of medicine that would dare to call itself ethical.
But increasingly, this basic principle has undergone vicious assault, both on social media, and now through 'digital hate' groups who themselves are exhibiting extreme and hateful behavior.
Recently, an organization by the name of the 'The Center for Countering Digital Hate,' (CCDH) published a digital hit list of eleven individuals who have spoken out about the known dangers associated with the experimental mRNA Covid-19 vaccines which are presently being distributed to millions around the world under Emergency Use Authorization. The CCDH also recently published a defamatory document titled, "The Disinformation Dozen" that despite behing amplifed through the global mainstream media in over 100 articles, received immense push back from the public (literally thousands of supportive comments) due to its distorted vilification of thirteen individuals prominent in the natural health and health freedom advocacy space.
Since then, the CEO of CCDH, Imran Ahmed has made even more concerning statements to the press. For instance, on a March, 29th, 2021, podcast named Doomed with Matt Binder, “The Anti-Vaxxer Disinformation Dozen (w/ Imran Ahmed)," Imran states that RFK Jr. is "...killing black people with the misinformation he spreads." He referred to Sayer Ji as "selling death." And he accused the thirteen individuals his organization is targeting of spreading disinformation "...because they have a psychopathological need… to cause pain and to cause chaos."
This is not a new tactic for Imram and CCDH, who are closely allied with UK and US intelligence agencies. He has previously attempted to characterize those who raise questions about vaccine safety, or share public data or research that confirms factually they have down sides, as "national security risks" and as an "extremist group."
Ironically, however, the CCDH itself has been criticized in a series of articles published on Off-Guardian for exhibiting extremist and hateful behavior towards those it attempts to target, intimidate, defame, and silence.