Screenshot from the Oct. 16 FLCCC conference titled, “Understanding and Treating Spike Protein-Induced Diseases.” Image:

[Note: The following is an interview with Dr. Paul Marik conducted on October 16 at the FLCCC Alliance Educational Conference: Understanding and Treating Spike Protein-Induced Diseases]

Dr. Paul Marik

Dr. Paul Marik is a world-renowned Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialist. He is the second most published Critical Care Physician in the world, publishing over 500 peer-reviewed journal articles and cited in scientific journals over 43,000 times. He is the chairman and co-founder of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC),

Which brings together the top experts in the field of pathology, evaluation, and treatment of spike-induced diseases to learn, share and network—and most important—to drive greater attention to and awareness of the increasing number of patients suffering with COVID and “vaccine” injuries. Brother Dr. Ridgely Muhammad and Sister Charlene Muhammad of the Nation of Islam conversed with Dr. Marik at the FLCCC’s educational conference held October 14–17, 2022, in Kissimmee, Florida.

[Note: The “mRNA vaccines” that have been pushed on the world actually instruct the human body to make spike proteins—a process that the body very often cannot control, leading to deaths and serious injuries and other yet unknown health conditions. The conference was designed to address this growing health crisis.]


Dr. Ridgely: Dr. Marik, they [practitioners of orthodox medicine] think that gene therapy can help everybody. So, if you’re trying to stop cancer, they’re just going to figure that one vaccine is going to work on everybody who has cancer. But what you seem to be saying is that the genetic differences between people are so great and unpredictable that you cannot just do a one thing for all.

Dr. Marik: Absolutely. So, this idea that one treatment works for all is a bigger problem in medicine, because it has to be personalized. … Just looking at us, you can see we’re different, our genes are different. And even in people who are related, their genes are different. So, it has to be individualized.

And so, we have to be careful with experimenting with stuff we don’t understand. So, the body has—what I’ve learned, and this is not what I’m taught in medical school—the body has amazing capacity to regenerate and heal itself. That’s what the body does. And what you have to do is you have to embrace and enhance the body’s ability to heal itself. And people are different. Their genes are different. And that’s the skill of medicine.

And so, the remarkable thing is that one patient responds to one therapy and not another. And I think it’s a genetic thing because we’re all genetically different. And so that’s why one treatment will never work.

Charlene Muhammad and Dr. Ridgely Muhammad at the FLCCC Alliance Educational Conference: Understanding and Treating Spike Protein-Induced Diseases.

Dr. Ridgely: So, how much of an understanding of the genome do we have? I’ve heard that it’s just a ten percent understanding. How much do we know?

Dr. Marik: Yeah, so that’s a good question. I mean, the genome has been sequenced. So, we know the sequence, but in terms of understanding what the genes do and how they work, I think we are Neanderthals. We don’t understand it and we should not mess with things we don’t understand. … The best example is the statin drugs to treat cholesterol. The body makes cholesterol for a really good reason. You know, there’s a very high concentration of cholesterol in our brain.

And it’s very important for brain function. And so, once you start messing, trying to get a lower cholesterol with drugs and statins, you’re messing with nature, and it’s going to have really bad consequences. So, we really have to be careful when we mess with nature. So, you’ll see many of our [FLCCC Alliance’s] therapies are to help the body help itself.

Dr. Ridgely: Yes. You blew my mind when you started running down the benefits of fasting, because that’s what the Nation of Islam has been teaching for over 90 years—fasting, and eating just one meal a day.

Dr. Marik: And many religious cultures have fasting. It’s not an accident. But they figured out that fasting is really good for the body. Different cultures do it different ways, but they’ve figured out that it’s good for the mind and it’s good for the body.

Sister Charlene: What do we do to get people who have been injured by this shot to come out of hiding so that they can get help?

Dr. Marik: A very good website is, React 19 []. And that’s what they’re there for, to help vaccine-injured people. They are a really good resource, and they will help people go in different directions. Our website [at] also has some links to treatment protocols. We’re really into empowering patients and empowering doctors. We don’t really go into medications.

But there are many organizations that can help people who are vaccine-injured. But if they are vaccine-injured, they must get help, because the longer they wait, it’s not going to get better on its own. They really need help. And so, React 19 is a fantastic organization because they link patients with clinicians.

Sister Charlene: What would you like people to, above all, take away from this conference?

Dr. Marik: I think, first of all, people should take away that it [spike protein-induced disease as a result of vaccine injury and/or COVID complications] is a real disease. You know, many patients go to doctors showing these symptoms, and their doctors dismiss them. They say it’s all in their heads. So I think the most important thing is this is a real disease, and these patients are really suffering.

And then the hope is that we can treat it. Patients mustn’t lose hope, because we can treat it. We may not be able to cure them 100%, but we can make them better. And I think with time, we’re going to learn more and more from this disease, and we’ll be better. But I think the first thing is to recognize it, embrace it and treat it.

Sister Charlene: Is this a depopulation agenda?

Dr. Marik: Yes! I think there’s a very sinister and dark agenda behind this. That’s an area which is more difficult to talk about. But I think there are people who have really bad intentions, that are trying to do bad things, unfortunately. I wish I didn’t have to say that, but there is a very bad and nefarious intention to control the population.

Dr. Ridgely: I think they thought they were ready to take over the planet, take over the people with this shot.

Dr. Marik: Yes!

Dr. Ridgely: But people are dying so quickly—it’s like the body that God made is saying, “You will not have me.” And now, they’re dying quickly, and people are recognizing what they’re doing, because they’ve been doing this slowly for a long time. Since people have dropped dead so quickly, we now know that depopulation is what they’ve been planning all along.

Dr. Marik: It’s going to fail, because I think that we’ve forced them out. We now know what their intention is, and lots of people have been injured. So, I think they’re not going to get away with it. I think that there will be more and more people. That’s why I think events like this are important, and people need to spread the word that these vaccines are harmful.

This is part of a very evil agenda. We need to speak up and stand up! The more of us that unite together, and it doesn’t matter your background, your religion or your political affiliation. It doesn’t matter, because we’re all doing this. We need to join together, and we need to embrace and we can become this really big force.

Sis. Charlene: Thank you, Dr. Marik.