Walk the better path together – Better Way conference in Vienna
Vienna was the scene of the "Better Way Conference" in September, attended by doctors, pathologists, lawyers, activists, new media representatives and media personalities from all over the world. Kla.TV was there for you all five days and shows you here highlights of this international conference. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere and learn in exclusive interviews what moves the speakers and what their visions are for a better future.
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17.10.2022 | www.kla.tv/23903
A five-day event was held in Vienna under the motto "Better Way Conference". Doctors, pathologists, lawyers, activists, new media representatives and media personalities from all over the world were present. Prof. Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi: It’s probably the most wonderful conference I’ve ever attended in my life, and I have attended many conferences. Bethan Nodwell (Freedom Fighters Canada): We’re here to help keep this freedom movement going into something international, into something far more powerful. Bethan: And there are incredibly powerful communicators, physicians, diplomats who are all involved in the Better Way Conference, and they have amazing ideas. So much positive energy in a room. I think this is what we all think. This is an amazing field of energy in the air that is coming from you! And so I think we are all very very thankful that you are here. Krohn: It's just a special, a very high energy and, above all, an incredible density of knowledge! Wodarg: I have come here to meet people who are interesting, who ask questions, where I can learn something and with whom I like to discuss. Willow (9 years, Canada): The Better Way Conference - I just felt really emotional. It just hit a spot, and I thought a little bit about how nice it is to see everyone here just so happy and happy faces and seeing everyone together and laughing. It was just really beautiful. ------------------------------------------------------ The event kicked off with the Better Way Media Conference on September 15 and 16, 2022, inviting independent journalists from all disciplines to discuss the need to rediscover journalistic ethics: The goal of which must be impartial reporting based on thorough research into the motives and potential conflicts of interest of all relevant players in politics, business, science, finance - and the media itself. Next was the "Better Way Conference of Health" with a variety of topics. A special focus of these two days was on the findings of world-renowned pathologists. Both the "Better Way Media Conference" and the "Better Way Conference of Health" were the first solution-based networking events of their kind to provide a much better way forward. The conference was followed by a rally at Heldenplatz on Sunday. On Monday there was a press conference, but representatives of the mainstream media were very rare. Kla.TV was there from the beginning to the end. Accompany us, dear viewers, to the impressions that could be taken from the conference. ------------------------------------------------- Kla.TV: Ladies and gentlemen, what can I say, the atmosphere is excellent. People are getting into conversations, they are networking. We will also take you along in a moment and show you some impressions and also interviews. The motto of today, or of these days in general, is to listen to each other and to enable a healthy exchange. Stay tuned. SchwrzVyce (song): Therefore give me your hand and don’t be afraid. We stand firm together on the way to a new beginning. We'll go for our country... Kla.TV: What do you expect from this day? Margareta Kron (artist): Heart opening, heart opening, and that we see truly that peace comes from the inside out. We often look for peace on the outside, but before that we have to sweep inside, or sweep outside our front door. Margareta Kron (song): "I believe in freedom, I believe in life. I believe in beauty, I believe in freedom. I believe in love, I believe in the good - in you and me. Stef Manzini (Stattzeitung, Germany): I want to educate so that no one can say they didn't know about side effects of the Corona gene vaccination and everything else. What people then do with it, however, is their own business. I don't want to patronize anyone and I don't want to be patronized any longer by rotten politicians and immoral doctors. Chantelle Baker (OperationPeople, New Zealand): They didn’t have proof of it, but they don’t need it anymore. And that’s what we’ve learned, if on the freedom side, if you say something wrong, you have to have a list of resources to back up what you’ve said, but on the other side they can say whatever they want because they have a majority. Derrick Broze (Journalist): When you question a narrative, a story as big as Covid-19, and you start to ask certain questions, and they are not really being promoted in the mainstream media, you really do open yourself up to criticism, and to labels such as ‘conspiracy theorists’ and things of that sort.” Stefan Magnet (AUF1.TV, Austria): People have said, "Yes please do something, finally do it." I then thought to myself: I actually want someone else to do it. But you can't always just shirk it. When you realize that you are placed somewhere in life, then you have to live it, then you have to accept the responsibility - and then we founded AUF1.TV within eight weeks. Margareta Kron (song): I want to be mindful of you, and even try to bless you. Because I believe in the truth, I believe in life... Rolf Kron (doctor and homeopath): It is simply an international conference here, where high-ranking speakers and professors etc. just really present what is what. Monica Smit (Reinitefreedom.com Australia): The benefits of a conference like this, it cannot be measured because Maria who organized it, or the World Council for Health, they had no idea – the connections and the inspiration that is gonna come out of an event like this. And they’ll never know, because people will go home and they’ll have exchanged numbers and thought of ideas, and great new ideas with each other. It’s actually… I couldn’t put a price on it, and I’m just so happy to be here, and so happy I was invited and I’m gonna come to as many as I possibly can, so I really loved it. Kla.TV: This conference is also very much about getting into action to create this world the way we want it to be. In other words, not just looking at the things that don't work, but working together to find solutions. Have you already seen the first signs of this happening? Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg (internist, social and environmental physician): Yes, I can. We are competing with the old world, we are thinking up something new. We are developing alternatives. Bethan Nodwell (Freedom Fighters Canada): You know, Canada working with United States and now Canada working with Europe, and New Zealand, and Australia, we’re many and they’re few. And this freedom movement really has wings and you can feel that while you’re here. And like, I see the guy, Poland is over there, Germany is over there, they’re from everywhere all over the world, and we’re all coming together to create something that is gonna take us out of this nightmare that we are living. Interviewer: And creation always needs a vision. What is your vision for a better way, for a better world? Bethan Nodwell (Freedom Fighters Canada): I think the vision is to eliminate this kind of globalist oppression. And then we can go back to some sort of a semblance of autonomy. And each individual country, I think, has the wisdom to figure it out for themselves. We don’t need a big ‘overseer’ taking care of us all. Each country can take care of themselves… like to see a little bit more of a separation. We work in partnership but there is no overlying control on all of us. That’s my vision. Willow (9 years, Canada): I’d like to live in a world where everyone has freedom and rights, where they can choose what their own destiny beholds instead of it being laid out on a platform and the government saying: You have to wear a mask, you have to do this, you have to take the injection. Personally, I think, that’s not right. I think that freedom is something that everyone has to help to put into the world. It’s not just one person. Everyone has to put a little bit in, at least a little bit of energy into it. Kla.TV: What do you think is necessary for us to find this better way together? Prof. Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi (Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology): I inform because I believe that the situation is so clear that every child needs to understand why this vaccination cannot work, first of all. And secondly, why this vaccination is life-threatening. Because if the doctors actually understand what they are doing with this vaccination, then they will stop themselves. Because they will understand that they are taking the risk of killing people or causing lifelong harm. Dr. Rolf Kron: We do it for our patients. We are the advocates for our patients. We are now an international network of physicians. The World Council for Health, the American Frontline Doctors, etc., Comosaf, the Aletheia Group, etc. We have the Doctors for Enlightenment in Germany, the Doctors Stand Up movement. We're not a minority of cranks. Kla.TV: Where do you think is the most pressing need for people's change of thinking in society, in order to really create this pan towards a better way together, towards a better common life. Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg: The important thing is that we organize ourselves to recognize mistakes as quickly as possible. That means we have to be open to criticism. Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi: My great hope is that people will find their way back to themselves and to humanity. Kla.TV: And how do you find your way back to yourself? Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi: I think the first and most important thing in this crisis is that people stop being afraid. Fear is what is destroying this society. Fear of fellow human beings - and that, of course, is the end of an intact society. This is what causes division, and fear very easily slides into dislike and hatred. Kla.TV: But how do we get out of this fear, out of this anxiety, and accordingly out of this division that has arisen in society as a result? Where do you see a way out? Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi: People have to realize: To be afraid of a virus, which is not a killer virus; to be afraid of people who can't do anything, have nothing to show - is an unfounded fear. And we are now in a horror movie. It's that simple - turn off the switch. Monica Smit (Reinitefreedom.com Australia): We start visualizing the world we want instead of fighting against the world we don’t. Don’t think about what they are doing, think about what we are doing. The energy that you spend fighting against them could be used on just making your life better. So, start a veggie garden, you know, start spending time with your kids more, go for walks, you know, I think we need to shift our energy from fighting to loving. And I know it sounds lame but I really think on a global scale that will make a huge difference. Bethan Nodwell (Freedom Fighters Canada): Never underestimate the power of one individual. One individual can create enormous waves, but, you know, and everybody can do a little thing. Like, I can’t do everything, I have a little talent that I can add, and you add your talent that you can add, and everybody… some people are doctors, some people are engineers, some people, you know, do the laundry. But everybody has a way to contribute. Dr. Margareta Griesz-Brisson (Neurologist): In my opinion, the first and most important step is for each of us to become a responsible person! That is, we believe and trust our own little common sense. If we don't finally learn to become responsible, this crisis will never end. Thankfully, the complete event will be posted on the following page for review:
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