Sept. 19. 2022
How a false hydroxychloroquine narrative was created, and much more
This is the most important article I ever wrote, because it cracks open the plandemic nut. Perhaps more appropriate, it lances the pandemic boil so all can see/smell the putridness inside.
I began writing on this subject on my blog in May 2020 and kept adding items. Because I only had 1,000 subscribers when I posted it to Substack in March, I am posting it again for the other 12,000 plus.
It is remarkable that a large series of events taking place over the past months produced a unified message about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), and produced similar policies about the drug in the US, Canada, Australia, NZ and western Europe. The message is that generic, inexpensive hydroxychloroquine (costing only $1.00 to produce a full course) is dangerous and should not be used to treat a potentially fatal disease, Covid-19, for which there are no (other) reliable treatments.
Hydroxychloroquine has been used safely for 65 years in many millions of patients. And so the message was crafted that the drug is safe for its other uses, but dangerous when used for Covid-19. It doesn’t make sense, but it seems to have worked.
In the US, “Never Trump” morphed into “Never Hydroxychloroquine,” and the result for the pandemic is “Never Over.” But while anti-Trump spin is what characterized suppression strategies in the US, the frauds perpetrated about hydroxychloroquine and the pandemic include most western countries.
Why do I say “Never Over”? I am expanding on this claim with a), b), c) on August 30. Later in the paper additional evidence is provided.
a) Because if people were treated with HCQ at the onset of their illness, over 99% would quickly resolve the infection, avoiding progression to the late stage disease characterized by cytokine storm, thrombophilia and organ failure. Despite claims to the contrary, this treatment is very safe. (Yet outpatient treatment is banned in many US states.) UPDATE Jan 15: The CDC forgot to rewrite its guidance on malaria and hydroxychloroquine during Covid. CDC says hydroxychloroquine “can be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers…” Only “when it is used at higher doses for many years, a rare eye condition called retinopathy has occurred.”
b) If people were treated prophylactically with this drug (using only 2 tablets weekly) as is done in some areas and in some occupational groups in India, there would probably be at least 50% fewer cases after exposure. (Such treatment is currently banned in much of the US, including in my state of Maine.)
c) Protocols for in-hospital treatment (that were unknown during the initial peak of illness in the US and Europe) using HCQ and individually selected blood thinners, steroids, vitamins, zinc and other drugs such as used at NYU, have significantly reduced mortality of the very small number of people who might still progress to a serious illness. (The FDA, however, recommends against the use of HCQ outside of clinical trials, and the CDC and NIH recommend against it.)
If we followed a), b) and c) the result would be much briefer periods of infectiousness, lower viral loads, less severe illness and considerably less transmission. The R zero (average number of people each case infects) would drop below one and the pandemic would soon die out.
Were acts to suppress the use of HCQ carefully orchestrated? You decide.
Might these events have been planned to keep the pandemic going? To sell expensive drugs and vaccines to a captive population? Could these acts result in prolonged economic and social hardship, eventually transferring wealth from the middle class to the very rich? Are these events evidence of a conspiracy?
Here is a list of what happened, in no special order. Please help add to this list if you know of other actions I should include. This will be a living document, added to as new information becomes available.
I have penned this as if it is the “To Do” list of items to be accomplished by those who pull the strings. The items on the list have already been carried out. One wonders what else might be on their list, yet to be carried out, for this pandemic. (See link for article)
Dr. Nass goes through the COVID debacle step by step on how the ‘powers that be’ suppressed cheap, effective, safe COVID treatments so the public appeared to have no choice but to submit to an experimental gene therapy never before used in humans. It worked. The indoctrination is complete and the division has never been greater.
She also goes through the fraudulent studies being used to this day to malign these treatments. All the studies are fundamentally flawed and designed for a pre-determined outcome. She goes through crazy examples being used to paint treatments as dangerous (one guy used HCQ in the form of fish tank cleaner and subsequently died). She demonstrates the complicity of medical journals who simply rode out controversy but never admitted fault, but further served to muddy the waters. Then, journals didn’t tell the media that data were fabricated and the study fraudulent, which further propagated the lie.
She demonstrates how federal agencies like the FDA and CDC:
- march in lockstep by making unsubstantiated and false claims (often based upon models), and restricting the use of these treatments to clinical trials which are virtually impossible to enroll in or use excessive doses
- avoid funding clinical trails to test drug combinations like HCQ with zinc, azithromycin, or with both
- create a NIH Guidelines committee for Covid treatment recommendations, in which 16 members have or had financial entanglements with Gilead, maker of Remdesivir, whom were appointed by the Co-Chairs. Two of the three Co-Chairs are also financially entangled with Gilead. The NIH treatment guidelines summary cherry picks the literature to claim HCQ provides no benefit.
- frighten doctors so they don’t prescribe hydroxychloroquine, because prescribing outside the new NIH “standard of care” leaves them open to both malpractice lawsuits and potential loss of license. This should ring a bell with Lyme/MSIDS patients as this has been done in Lymeland for over 40 years.
- suddenly, and without precedent, require lab monitoring when using HCQ making it hard to use in outpatients.
- use the WHO to pressure governments & professional societies to stop doctors from using HCQ
- convince the public that COVID will be long-lasting
- prevent COVID tests from other countries and fail to produce a valid test making it impossible to track anything
- lie about COVID severity when it mattered
- destroy the reputation of respected doctors who stood in their way
- collude with social media to ban content that doesn’t agree with their accepted narrative
- stop manufacturers from supplying the drug and turn them into surveillance/enforcement arms by having them collect information on all off-label use of hydroxychloroquine in New Zealand and Australia
- attempt to retract published papers that provide evidence to support use of HCQ for COVID
- have ‘bought’ scientists conceal their financial conflicts of interest in their HCQ clinical trials and publications as well as in the guidelines they produce
- get their experimental, unlicensed drugs tested, much more expeditiously and cheaply than under ordinary circumstances, on Covid patients in large clinical trials
- have a research organization with big Pharma members (A.O.K.I.) pressure the Russian Ministry of Health to remove HCQ from its treatment guidelines
- stop the use of HCQ due to a fabricated study in countries with high COVID mortality
- get state Pharmacy Boards to refuse to dispense HCQ outside of clinical trials
- again collude with social media and mainstream media to ban and malign doctors giving a press conference about HCQ and then ban comments about the ban. Take down the doctor’s website as well.
- have Dr. Fauci discredit published observational studies that show benefit using HCQ
- censure and oust a state legislator because she credited HCQ for saving her life
- cause articles favorable to HCQ to disappear. Here is a brief description of the article:
- Prodromos et al., Preprint, doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.29781.65765 (meta analysis) Hydroxychloroquine is Effective and Safe for the Treatment of COVID-19, and May be Universally Effective When Used Early Before Hospitalization: A Systematic Review Meta analysis of 41 studies concluding: “HCQ has been shown to have consistent clinical efficacy for COVID-19 when it is used early in the outpatient setting, and in general would appear to work better the earlier it is used. Overall HCQ is effective against COVID-19. There is no credible evidence that HCQ results in worsening of COVID-19. HCQ has been shown to be safe for the treatment of COVID-19 when responsibly used.”
- blame the pandemic on humans damaging nature and climate change: Cell, in the final paragraph, on September 3 by Fauci and Morens:
“The COVID-19 pandemic is yet another reminder, added to the rapidly growing archive of historical reminders, that in a human-dominated world, in which our human activities represent aggressive, damaging, and unbalanced interactions with nature, we will increasingly provoke new disease emergences. We remain at risk for the foreseeable future. COVID-19 is among the most vivid wake-up calls in over a century. It should force us to begin to think in earnest and collectively about living in more thoughtful and creative harmony with nature, even as we plan for nature’s inevitable, and always unexpected, surprises.”
- attempt to expunge official info that HCQ is safe but forget to remove malaria treatment guidance which still tells the truth but might disappear shortly: CDC’s guidance states,
“Who can take hydroxychloroquine? Hydroxychloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages. It can also be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers.
What are the potential side effects of hydroxychloroquine? Hydroxychloroquine is a relatively well tolerated medicine. The most common adverse reactions reported are stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, and headache. These side effects can often be lessened by taking hydroxychloroquine with food. Hydroxychloroquine may also cause itching in some people. All medicines may have some side effects. Minor side effects such as nausea, occasional vomiting, or diarrhea usually do not require stopping the antimalarial drug. If you cannot tolerate your antimalarial drug, see your health care provider; other antimalarial drugs are available.
How long is it safe to use hydroxychloroquine? CDC has no limits on the use of hydroxychloroquine for the prevention of malaria. When hydroxychloroquine is used at higher doses for many years, a rare eye condition called retinopathy has occurred. People who take hydroxychloroquine for more than five years should get regular eye exams.
Overdose of antimalarial drugs, particularly hydroxychloroquine, can be fatal