Our Latest Interviews…
The Repeal of Human Rights
Interview with Pascal Najadi (in English)
In this second interview, we again had the privilege of speaking with Pascal Najadi, a retired Swiss banker and businessman who has been a vocal advocate for transparency and reform in the global banking industry. Najadi is also known for his campaign for justice and accountability in Malaysia’s banking and political systems following the murder of his father, Hussain Najadi, in 2013.
During the interview, Najadi shared his concerns about the distribution of the insufficiently tested COVID-19 vaccine on a global scale, which he views as a violation of human rights. He emphasized the need for decision makers at both the national and international levels to engage in dialogue with advocates like himself to ensure that the public is fully informed and that policy decisions are made with the best interests of the population in mind.
As a prominent figure in the financial industry, Najadi has been a vocal advocate for transparency and reform. He has been working tirelessly to raise awareness about alleged corruption and malfeasance within the global banking industry, and to promote financial reform and transparency. His campaign for justice and accountability in Malaysia’s banking and political systems has earned him a reputation as a fearless and outspoken advocate for change.
We are grateful for the opportunity to speak with Najadi again, and we hope that this interview will further raise awareness about the importance of transparency, accountability, and proper testing and evaluation of any medical products. By learning from leaders like Mr. Najadi, we can work towards a more informed and thoughtful approach to public health policy and ensure that never again are insufficiently tested medical products applied on a global scale.
Recorded on February 14, 2023
COVID Crisis Demonstrates Danger of Scientism
Interview with Prof. Michael Esfeld (in English)
Scientism, driven by a psychological need for security, is quite seductive. But it is a dangerous train to jump on because science can never be a moral guide to life.
Michael Esfeld, Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, analyses how the COVID crisis turned into a post-factual scientism. According to him, there has never been any factual evidence for an extraordinary situation, a real emergency, and COVID policies were utterly arbitrary. We now need to examine how this could have happened.
All the existing standards of medicine and science were thrown overboard, says Esfeld. One major issue is science that is based on models instead of evidence. Models are not reflecting reality, and neither can they make predictions. Scientifically they have no value. He explains the success of models through the psychological need for answers, and the need for certainty. Pessimistic predictions generate attention in media and politics. As a result, there is the danger of abusing them for fear-related political business models by offering protection and security. However, preventive measures come with a cost and collateral damage. You need to assess the proportionality, and you need a faculty of judgment.
The problem is also about language and changing the meaning of concepts. So, for example, the definition of a pandemic is no longer associated with excess mortality but rather infection only. Infection, in turn, no longer means a symptomatic sick person but rather a positive PCR test only. It’s completely arbitrary, he says, “I call this post-factual.”
Science has brought about substantial progress in modern society and therefore benefits from great credibility. This crisis demonstrated the danger of abusing science for political scientism, whereby science is taking the role religion had in pre-modern times. Under the doctrine “follow the science,” science is believed to be capable of imposing norms and telling people what to do. But science has to abstract from subjective values, Esfeld explains. It cannot be a moral guide to life. In scientism, science loses its objectivity. This will backfire on science and destroy its credibility. Science is about to destroy itself.
Asked about the role of media, Esfeld states that the intention of discrediting any critical voices, as he had to experience in his own case, is to intimidate others to speak up. If they tolerate people asking critical questions, the whole regime of “follow the science” will be finished because the public will realize that it is not THE science. But there are always two sides. There are those who intimidate, and there are those who let themselves be intimidated.
We must ask: “What can we do to prevent this from happening again?” We thought we had enough mechanisms built into our political system. The shocking thing is they all failed. The whole judiciary failed. The entire system of checks and balances failed. We have to employ reason to limit the exercise of power. We have to prevent a concentration of power in the hands of the state that various interest groups can seize to further their interests.
Regarding the vaccination campaign, Esfeld notes that in a free society, a vaccine producer or other interest group would have to convince people to take a product and take liability. They could not seize the state power, force the vaccines on the people, and exempt the producers from liability. Those experiencing adverse effects from the vaccines should sue the doctors who vaccinated them.
Recorded on February 2, 2023
Interview with Pascal Najadi,
Retired International Banker (in English)
An interview with Pascal Najadi, a retired international banker who filed criminal charges against the current president of Switzerland, related to the handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
Mr. Najadi is a highly successful international banker who was vaccinated three times. He now regrets his decision after realizing the false narrative it was based on. Dr. Klaus Schustereder, a specialist in general internal medicine and host of the show, did the interview.
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Recorded on January 10, 2023
Interview with Alan Suner (Teacher) &
Monica Medaina (Teacher) (in French)
In this interview, Dr. Klaus Schustereder speaks with primary school teachers Alan Suner and Monica Medaina about their experiences and observations over the past two years. The insights provided by Ms. Medaina and Mr. Suner are particularly valuable due to the limited impact of Sars-CoV2 on children, with a mortality rate of only 0.0003%. This interesting discussion offers valuable perspectives on the effects of the pandemic on children’s education and well-being.
Interview with Dr. Med. Björn Riggenbach
In this interview, Dr. Schustereder and Dr. Björn Riggenbach have a conversation in German. Their previous discussions were so engaging that they decided to record and share one with the public, leading to the creation of the DoctorsTalk series. This interview was the first in the series, recorded in the spring of 2021, and subsequent episodes featured other doctors such as Drs. Saegesser and Giacomoni. These interviews offer valuable insights and perspectives from medical professionals on a variety of topics.
Interview with Dr. Phillipe Saegesser
Dr. Schustereder speaks with Dr. Phillipe Saegesser, former medical director of the Riviera Chablais Hospital, for the second time to get an update on the health situation in Switzerland.
Interview with Diego Bischof, Attorney
An interview between a doctor and a lawyer: Dr. Klaus Schustereder talks with Diego Bischof, who was one of the few lawyers who dared to speak about what was happening in the last 2 years. We thank both of them for sharing their thoughts. This video was recorded in January 2022.
Interview with Jaques Schroeter, Attorney
Dr. Klaus Schustereder sat down with Master Jaques Schroeter to discuss their thoughts on the past two years. With a law degree from the University of Geneva in 1985, followed by a notary degree in 1986 and a lawyer’s degree in 1988, Master Jacques Schroeter opened his own law firm in Sion, Switzerland. It was his love for freedom and independence that motivated Maître Schroeter to become a lawyer. I am very grateful to Mr. Schroeter for taking the time to speak with me. He is a noble, open-minded and courageous man. I hope we can organize a second meeting later because we had wonderful exchanges not only during the interview, but also before and after. There is a lot more content to share.
Interview with Brigitte Parker, Restauranteur
Dr. Klaus Schustereder interviews Brigitte Parker, restauranteur at La Grand Rue 90, 1844 Villeneuve. Dr. Schustereder wants to learn, from the owners of small business, their experiences during the last two years. Many thanks to Mrs. Parker, President of the Association “Par l’humain – Pour L’humain” (Human for Human) for her contributions. This association supports the www.doctorstalk.ch project.
Interview with Dr. Frédérique Giacomoni, Psychiatrist
Dr. Klaus Schustereder talks with Dr. Frédérique Giacomoni, psychiatrist, about her thoughts on the events of the past two years. Two doctors exchange their points of view and take a stand. Dr. Giacomoni speaks above all of the psychological impact of the measures and events. As a psychiatrist working in outpatient care, she regularly sees patients and talks about her own experience. Dr. Giacomoni is courageous and wise. Thank you, dear colleague for the time you took to answer my questions. Dr. Klaus Schustereder
Interview with Dr. Philippe Saegesser
In the summer of 2021, I had my first opportunity to meet with Dr. Saegesser, former medical director of the Riviera Chablais Hospital. Dr. Saegesser was also a long-time representative of the hospital doctors at Vaudois Medical Association. He was also a member of the medical association’s committee for many years. He has an excellent knowledge of the medical system in the canton of Vaud. Dr. Saegesser is retired and involved in many activities. He has spoken out against the Covid 19 measures like no other doctor in our canton.
“The Hidden Face of Vaccines” (in French)
After movie discussion (in French) with…
- Philipp Kruse (Attorney)
- Dr Philippe Saegesser
- Dr Klaus Schustereder
December 1, 2022
Philipp Kruse (lawyer), Dr. Philippe Saegesser, and Dr. Klaus Schustereder share their observations and views on Covid-19 after the film viewing of “The Hidden Face of Vaccines” at Theatre de la Madeleine in Geneva.
The two doctors and the lawyer from Zurich also answered questions from the audience, which participated very actively. Unfortunately, there was not enough time to answer all questions.