Since Philipp Markolin took it upon himself to decry “Scientific Meme Content”, I decided to make (and narrate) the meme to end all memes. You will notice that instead of making sweeping generalizations about our opponents and accusing them of being biased “motivated actors”, the claims I make are very specific and supported by the evidence.
Let’s go over my meme line-by-line and examine the references, shall we?
Ever since 2001 and Amerithrax, Robert Kadlec and his ilk have opportunistically used the largely imaginary threat of bioterrorism to massively expand America's BSL-3 and BSL-4 laboratory capacity.
This was covered extensively by Whitney Webb.
In late June 2001, the U.S. military was preparing for a “Dark Winter.” At Andrews Air Force Base in Camp Springs, Maryland, several Congressmen, a former CIA director, a former FBI director, government insiders and privileged members of the press met to conduct a biowarfare simulation that would precede both the September 11 attacks and the 2001 Anthrax attacks by a matter of months. It specifically simulated the deliberate introduction of smallpox to the American public by a hostile actor.
The simulation was a collaborative effort led by the John Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies (part of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security) in collaboration with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Analytic Services (ANSER) Institute for Homeland Security and the Oklahoma National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism. The concept, design and script of the simulation were created by Tara O’Toole and Thomas Inglesby of the Johns Hopkins Center along with Randy Larsen and Mark DeMier of ANSER. The full script of the exercise can be read here.
The name for the exercise derives from a statement made by Robert Kadlec, who participated in the script created for the exercise, when he states that the lack of smallpox vaccines for the U.S. populace means that “it could be a very dark winter for America.” Kadlec, a veteran of the George W. Bush administration and a former lobbyist for military intelligence/intelligence contractors, is now leading HHS’ Covid-19 response and led the Trump administration’s 2019 “Crimson Contagion” exercises, which simulated a crippling pandemic influenza outbreak in the U.S. that had first originated in China. Kadlec’s professional history, his decades-old obsession with apocalyptic bioweapon attack scenarios and the Crimson Contagion exercises themselves are the subject of Part III of this series.
Last Friday, a group of Democratic Senators “demanded” that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Robert Kadlec, “accurately disclose all his personal, financial and political ties in light of new reporting that he had failed to do so previously” after it was revealed that he had failed to note all “potential conflicts of interest” on his nomination paperwork.
The report in question, published last Monday by The Washington Post, detailed the ties of Kadlec to a man named Fuad El-Hibri, the founder of a “life sciences” company first known as BioPort and now called Emergent Biosolutions. Kadlec had previously disclosed his ties to El-Hibri and Emergent Biosolutions for a separate nomination years prior, but had failed to do so when nominated to head ASPR.
Though The Post does note Kadlec’s recent failure to disclose these connections, the article largely sanitizes Kadlec’s earlier yet crucial history and even obfuscates the full extent of his ties to the BioPort founder, among other glaring omissions. In reality, Kadlec has much more than his ties to El-Hibri looming large as “potential conflict of interests,” as his decades-long career in shaping U.S. “biodefense” policy was directly enabled by his deep ties to intelligence, Big Pharma, the Pentagon and a host of corrupt yet powerful characters.
Sound familiar? Joe Biden also muttered something about the public being plunged into a “dark winter”. Few realize that this was also the name of a military exercise that simulated a smallpox attack.
Edward Hammond and his watchdog group, the Sunshine Project, and other investigators, tried digging into these programs, but they were never able to obtain anything other than blank, redacted sheets of paper.
You can hear about the difficulties of their investigations in the man’s own words.
In 2004, Richard Ebright claimed that the proliferation of BSL-4 labs in the US was a public safety issue.
Dr. Ebright disagrees with much of the security community about how best to protect the nation from attacks with biological weapons.
The government and many security experts say one crucial step is to build more high-security laboratories, where scientists can explore the threats posed not only by deadly natural germs, but also by designer pathogens -- genetically modified superbugs that could outdo natural viruses and bacteria in their killing power. To this end, the Bush administration has earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars to erect such laboratories in Boston; Galveston, Tex.; and Frederick, Md., among other places, increasing eightfold the overall space devoted to the high-technology buildings.
Dr. Ebright, on the other hand, views the plans as a recipe for catastrophe. The laboratories, called biosafety level 4, or BSL-4, are costly, unnecessary and dangerous, he says.
These concerns were largely ignored, and the expansion of BSL-3 and BSL-4 lab capacity throughout the 2000s increased unabated. In the US, there was a congressional hearing in 2007 where the need for all these labs and the alarming lack of oversight was called into question.
Apart from the issue of mushroom growth of these labs, perhaps the most important question looming over all this is, are these labs safe? The most serious accidents so far have occurred outside the U.S., including the death of a Russian lab worker exposed to Ebola and the SARS infections that sickened several people and killed a lab worker in Asia. Here in the U.S. for the past 4 years, the CDC has received more than 100 incident reports from labs handling select agents. However, there are indications that the actual number of incidents may be much higher.
It is also alarming to note that more than a third of the incident reports are from 2007, which begs the question of why has there been such a steep increase in BSL incidents. Federal regulations require reports only for incidents involving so called select agents, a list of highly dangerous pathogens. But other dangerous biological pathogens are not on the select agent list, such as hantavirus, SARS and dengue fever. It appears that there is no Federal oversight of the possession, use or transfer of these dreaded diseases nor is there any requirement that the theft, loss or release of these agents will be reported to Federal officials.
Even for select agents which are regulated, there may be a significant amount of under-reporting of laboratory mishaps. A case of point is Texas A&M University. Texas A&M recently reported to the CDC that one of its lab researchers had been infected in 2006 with Brucella and that blood tests of three other workers indicated two fever exposures. They reported the incidents only after one of our witnesses, Ed Hammond, of the Sunshine Project exposed the incidents on his Web site. The CDC's subsequent investigation of the Texas A&M lab revealed a number of serious violations of the select agent rules, including lost samples, unapproved experiments, a lack of training, safety training and lab workers without FBI clearance, which is required for working with select agents.
The US DOD, USAID, and NIH’s cavalier response to all of this, instead of bringing oversight and accountability to risky biological research conducted in the US, was to outsource the research to foreign biolabs with no oversight, and fund it through an array of contractors and NGOs, like EcoHealth Alliance, Metabiota, and Labyrinth Global Health.
The DOD, USAID, and NIH didn’t comply with the need for oversight and accountability; they actively and contemptuously evaded it.
The secretive and suspicious nature of the American biosecurity state is chronicled in Frank L. Smith's book "American Biodefense", as well as "Breeding Bio Insecurity" by Lynn C. Klotz.
I recommend reading both.
In 2009, USAID started the EPT-PREDICT program to try and get ahead of zoonotic spillover events. This project included Peter Daszak's EcoHealth Alliance and Nathan Wolfe's Metabiota.
Easily verified in a split-second search. Scroll to the bottom of the flyer, and there they are.
The Trump administration halted funding for PREDICT, much to the consternation of Elizabeth Warren and Angus King:
United States Senators Angus King (I-Maine) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) sent a letter to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) today requesting information regarding the agency’s recent decision to shutter PREDICT, a program established to identify and combat viruses that may generate global public health emergencies, such as the recent coronavirus.
The joint letter follows-up on a November request from Senator King, who asked for information on USAID’s decision to end PREDICT. In response to Senator King’s initial letter, USAID indicated that it intends to initiate a successor project – but just two months away from the project’s March 2020 closure, no additional details regarding this replacement have been released.
“Addressing and preventing the spread of coronavirus and potential pandemic disease outbreaks is a serious matter that requires adequate resources for and cooperation between experts throughout the federal government,” the lawmakers wrote in part. “That is why we write today to request information about the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) recent decision to shutter PREDICT, a program established to identify and combat viruses with the capacity to generate global pandemics.”
Biden vowed to revive it:
A federal agency is resurrecting a version of Predict, a scientific network that for a decade watched for new pathogens dangerous to humans. Joe Biden has also vowed to fund the effort.
And, as a matter of fact, EcoHealth Alliance continues to receive NIH funding:
House Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) issued the following statement after the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants database indicated it has apparently restored funding to EcoHealth Alliance after suspending its grant for more than two years. These actions are concerning given that EcoHealth and its president, Peter Daszak, have failed to comply with requests from Energy and Commerce Committee Republicans in their investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“EcoHealth Alliance and Peter Daszak should not be getting a dime of taxpayer funds until they are completely transparent. Period. This is madness,” Leader Rodgers said. “This further intensifies our extensive commitment on the Energy and Commerce Committee to ensure accountability from the National Institutes of Health for its role in supporting taxpayer-funded risky research without proper oversight of its grantees. The NIH must restore trust with the American people who deserve every assurance that research dollars are spent with the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and biosafety standards that meet the goal of preventing the next pandemic.”
No accountability, no oversight. They just don’t give a damn. They’re forging ahead regardless of the risk to public safety.
Peter Daszak is the son of Ukrainian Nazi collaborator Bohdan Daszak.
Extensively documented at peterdaszak.com
Peter Cottonton Daszak (pronounced “Daysh-ak,”) is a war criminal like his Nazi father, Bohdan, who was a member of the Youth Section of the Ukrainian Nazi party. As one would expect Bohdan volunteered to be an executioner at the Janowska German Nazi death camp combining elements of labor, transit, and extermination camps. It was established in September 1941 on the outskirts of Lwów in Eastern Poland / Western Ukraine. Inmates: Jews Liberated by: The Red Army Operated by: SS. Bohdan was captured by the British and sent to the UK where he was released into the UK population because if was deported to the Ukraine he would be hung, as well he should have been. Bohdan married Ruth Alice Mary Walton. Ian Walton and David Walton of Dukinfield Sons of Ian Walton, also of Dukinfield. AF Police for one, if not both - I think Ian was a dog handler. Grandfather was John Walton. Grandmother Ruth Alice Mary Walton (both of of Dewsnap lane) Aunt was Ruth Daszak Wikitree Bohdan died on February 1996 in Tameside, Greater Manchester, England, where he had worked in Hill's Biscuit Factory. Ruth, a Brit, gave birth to Peter in 1966? There is no DOB listed in his Wiki profile. England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005 Peter Daszak Spouse Janet D Cottingham (Married Feb 1997) Daszak is a Ukranian Brit expat with a Phd in Zoology specializing in parasites that attack reptiles. Daszak is not a microbiologist. Nor an M.D. What was he doing financing and personally conducting of experiments with bat viruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology with Fauci's funding? Daszak is slick con man and wormed his way in to Fauci and USG A.I.D. circles despite lack of real credentials. He is Malthusian Eco-Fascist spook determined decrease human population in favor of Flora and Fauna.
Alongside his fellow virus sampler Aleksei Chmura, he co-wrote a bizarre article entitled "A Fall From Grace To… Virulence?" about the otherworldly beauty of viruses, comparing them to a painting by Bruegel.
You can read it right here:
In Bruegel’s painting of The Fall of the Rebel Angels we are witness to a tumbling maelstrom of falling rebel angels outcast from Heaven. Within the fray stands St. Michael in gilded armor, and his angels-at-arms serenely in pale albs, and almost as if threshing grain, hewing and striking down this inconceivable rout. The main focus of the image and what draws the eye is the extraordinarily creative mélange of creatures; mixtures of human, animal, plant, and inanimate objects slashing and stabbing as they fall from the great battlefields in the skies. They pour down in a vast column that stretches infinitely from the luminous sun; they fall from the light to the darkness. The column of falling angels is so numerous that it widens to encompass the whole lower canvas as it approaches the viewer. With a start, then, we realize that Bruegel intends that we too are in the thick of this. Will we succumb to the multitudinous horde? Are we to be cast downward into chthonic chaos represented here by the heaped up gibbering phantasmagory against which we rail and struggle?
It’s utterly bizarre.
Nathan Wolfe, who also sits on EcoHealth Alliance's editorial board, was a former member of DARPA's Defense Science Research Council. He was also an associate of the convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and a member of her fake charity, TerraMar.
All extensively documented by Billy Bostickson on Twitter, with a video on it by Mr. Stosh:
Nathan Wolfe's book, The Viral Storm, actually included Jeffrey Epstein and Boris Nikolic in the acknowledgements. Metabiota was funded by Hunter Biden's investment firm, Rosemont Seneca, as well as In-Q-Tel, the CIA's own venture capital firm.
Again, extensively documented.
Of the ~16 friends Wolfe thanks for adding time/unique skills to this book we find:
- Jeffrey Epstein
- Boris Nikolic
- Linda Stone
Metabiota has intriguing, long-standing ties to Ukraine. Dr. Mary Guttieri, Chief Science Officer, email directly Hunter Biden on April 4, 2014 stating that, “I’ve prepared the attached memo, which provides an overview of Metabiota, our engagement in Ukraine, and how we can potentially leverage our team, networks, and concepts to assert Ukraine’s cultural and economic independence from Russia and continued integration into Western Society.”[41, 42] Metabiota, with its government focus, signed a strategic agreement with In-Q-Tel , a CIA-funded technology startup, according to former CIA director George Tenet.
Andrew Huff claimed that Peter Daszak confided in him that he was working for the CIA.
Yes, but this isn’t just a one-shot thing. This is an ongoing story of a whistleblower being actively suppressed and stalked by alphabet agencies.
In late October 2021, Huff says he “came forward as a material witness and whistleblower related to numerous unethical and criminal behaviors that took place at EcoHealth Alliance. EcoHealth Alliance engaged in fraud against the U.S. government (Timecard Fraud and contract reimbursement fraud).” Huff “brought them to the attention of Peter Daszak, Dr. Aleksei Chamura, and CFO Harvey Kasdan. After raising these issues at the meeting, Harvey Kasdan went home from work, had a heart attack, and died.”
Huff’s letter states that Daszak disclosed to him in late 2015 and early 2016 that he was working with the CIA. In fact, at the end of his letter, he posits “that Dr. Peter Daszak could be a double agent working on behalf of the Chinese government based on his observations of his behavior and the nature of statements related to working with the Chinese (did not see risks, concerns, or other obvious problems) related to conducting gain of function work or other high-risk laboratory work in China.”
Karen Saylors, the head of Labyrinth Global Health, has been filmed wandering around villages in Africa alongside Nathan Wolfe. Labyrinth's business address is in a residential area.
Both claims can be substantiated. Here’s Karen Saylors and Nathan Wolfe:
Labyrinth’s stated address of 546 15TH Ave NE, St Petersburg, FL 33704 is a residence in Florida:
Apparently, our government contracts with an NGO for virus research, and their office is a nondescript house in Florida. You know what that screams to me? Intelligence shell company.
After blowing the whistle on EcoHealth, his former company, Andrew Huff has been stalked and the ECU in his truck mysteriously replaced.
From Charles Rixey:
In fact, it is arguable that EcoHealth, Metabiota, and Labyrinth are basically all CIA fronts doing shady work for DTRA, DARPA, and USAID.
USAID has long been recognized as a CIA front:
The Global Virome Project spun off from PREDICT that assembled EcoHealth Alliance, Metabiota, and Labyrinth Global Health together was largely led by USAID’s Dennis Carroll:
It is also arguable that DTRA are using the Cooperative Threat Reduction program and its offshoots as a means to conceal offensive bioweapon research.
Dr. Robert Malone goes into this extensively, describing how a loophole in the Biological Weapons Convention allows for bioweapon research provided that it is categorized as defensive in nature:
When Jeffrey Sachs made some calls, he was told that the work on DEFUSE had actually been done.
Track to the thirty-minute mark:
This is common; researchers will often complete work before their grants are even approved. The work apparently involved human-adapted recombinant Spike being introduced to bats to inoculate them against it, thus preventing zoonotic spillover, somehow. DARPA rejected EcoHealth's application, and in their rejection letter, stated that this work constituted dangerous GOF research and questioned EcoHealth's lack of contingency planning.
We have the actual documents, thanks to DRASTIC:
DARPA criticized EcoHealth Alliance’s lack of a risk mitigation plan:
Years before, DARPA established a partnership with Moderna in 2013 to develop mRNA vaccines, as part of the ADEPT: PROTECT program. The mRNA vaccine was always a military biodefense product, touted as a means of rapidly vaccinating against bioterror threats or a peer adversary's bioweapons.
I just covered this.
Basically, by using humans as bioreactors instead of culturing the antigen outside the body, it makes it easier to retool the production line to adapt to new threats instantaneously. In summary, they were after a Swiss Army Knife method for vaccine manufacture.
This is touted repeatedly in nucleic acid vaccine files. Nucleic acid vaccines are presented as something useful for military biodefense, due to their rapid development and deployment:
Stephane Bancel, the CEO of Moderna, was formerly the CEO of BioMerieux.
It’s right on their site.
Alain Merieux, the founder of BioMerieux, is a personal friend of Xi Jinping and directly supported the construction of the P4 lab at the WIV.
As a matter of fact, yes:
Xi Jinping listened to the introduction of the development of the Center. The old photographs represented the friendly exchanges between Merieux family and China for generations. Long before the establishment of diplomatic relationship between China and France, Alan Merieux's father-in-law actively promoted the cooperation in automobiles between the two countries and got praised by Zhou Enlai, Deng Xiaoping and other Chinese leaders of the older generations. Over the past several decades, BioMerieux Research Center has carried out cooperation with China in the fields of tuberculosis prevention and treatment, infection control, and prevention and control of emerging infectious diseases. Both sides have set up a base for production, research and development in Shanghai, and jointly established a P4 high-grade biosafety laboratory in Wuhan. In 2012, when Alain Merieux visited China, he was received by Xi Jinping, the then Vice President of China. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of China-France diplomatic relationship, Alain Merieux serves as French Chairman of the Patronage Committee of the celebration. After the introduction, Xi Jinping said, I am glad to see that Merieux Group has made so much achievements in cooperation with China. I appreciate your contributions to promoting China-France friendly cooperation.
Many were uncomfortable in France, as China refused to explain what had happened with the P3 biology laboratories that were funded by the Raffarin government after SARS. "The French have been chilled by the lack of transparency of the Chinese," says Antoine Izambard, author of the book Dangerous Liaisons [with Beijing]. According to Radio France: "Fifteen specialized French SMEs lent their support to build the laboratory." In 2015, Alain Mérieux left the co-chairmanship of the Joint Commission supervising the lab. Mérieux explained: "I am giving up the co-chairmanship of P4, a Chinese tool. It belongs to them, even if it was developed with technical assistance from France."
In 2013, President Xi Jinping put forward the initiative of a Silk Road Economic Belt and a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. Mérieux spoke highly of this initiative. He believes that the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will lead Chinese medical teams to countries and regions plagued by diseases, especially communicable diseases, and in urgent need of assistance. This is a commitment that requires global effort. With the deepening of reform and opening-up, the BRI will deliver more solid results and reach more less-developed regions, while at the same time having to address a growing number of difficulties and challenges. As Mérieux put it, the BRI will not be an easy endeavor. But he remains fully confident in the initiative and expressed readiness to continue to deepen cooperation with China to build a global community of health for all and deliver the benefits of China-France medical cooperation to more countries.
Ralph Baric, who corresponds directly with Peter Daszak, is a colleague of Shi Zhengli at the WIV and co-wrote papers with her.
Indeed, they did:
Not to mention, Ralph Baric taught Shi Zhengli a great deal about the genetic manipulation of viruses:
In 2015, shortly after their research was defunded, Zhengli and Baric published an article for Nature Medicine titled, “A SARS-like cluster of circulating bat coronaviruses shows potential for human emergence.”
In the article, the virologists explain “the emergence potential (that is, the potential to infect humans) of circulating bat CoVs, we built a chimeric virus encoding a novel, zoonotic CoV spike protein—from the RsSHC014-CoV sequence that was isolated from Chinese horseshoe bats.”
After the UN Chapel Hill research was shut down, Dr. Shi Zhengli became a lead researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Director of the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Baric's lab was also involved in validating coronavirus vaccines. A confidential material transfer agreement shows that he took delivery of coronavirus mRNA vaccine-related materials jointly owned by Moderna and NIAID, on December 12th, 2019, before anyone knew there was an outbreak.
This is from Page 105 of this document:
Moderna's own timeline stated that they received the sequence for SARS-CoV-2 a month later and produced a vaccine against it within 48 hours.
They bragged about it, claiming they had the vaccine all along.
The Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization to Moderna's coronavirus vaccine on Friday.
But perhaps more remarkable is that Moderna designed its vaccine in just two days in January, before some people had even heard of the coronavirus.
Fact-checkers tried to argue that the vaccine Baric's lab was working with a month earlier was an unrelated coronavirus. However, they neglected to address the very obvious conflict of interest entailed in NIAID and Moderna co-owning anything, much less Ralph Baric being involved.
Watch the fact-checkers literally tie themselves into knots over this. It’s amazing.
"This is 153 pages of the confidential agreement between Moderna and the U.S. government and it goes back to 2015," Beck says.
He then goes on to say that the papers reveal the U.S. government has "ulterior motives" in mandating the coronavirus vaccines. "Did you know the government co-owns the vaccine?... the same government that is now mandating its use owns the vaccine?"
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Oh, wait, they actually did have a patent fight with NIH.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is at legal odds with Moderna, claiming that Moderna neglected to add three NIH scientists to Moderna’s patent application on a principal COVID-19 vaccine. If a court ends up siding with NIH, it would co-own any issued patents on the technology, which could prove to be quite valuable; in 2021, Moderna’s vaccine sales were forecasted to be in the range of $15 billion and $18 billion. With an equal undivided interest in the patent, NIH could do whatever it wishes with it, such as licensing it to others and collecting royalties.
Wow. Really says it all, doesn’t it?
Ralph Baric's lab at UNC Chapel Hill was also involved in the validation of Remdesivir, a $3,120 a pop antiviral with very limited effectiveness against COVID-19 and high hepatic and renal toxicity.
This is all documented.
On April 29, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), reported that data from an international clinical trial testing the broad-spectrum antiviral drug remdesivir in around 1,090 patients showed “quite good news” and should result in a new standard of care for COVID-19 patients.
Remdesivir was developed through an academic-corporate partnership between Gilead Sciences and the Baric Lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health. The biopharmaceutical company sought the talents of a research team led by William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology Ralph Baric, who has studied coronaviruses for more than 30 years and pioneered rapid-response approaches for the study of emerging viruses and the development of therapeutics.
“This is a game changer for the treatment of patients with COVID-19,” Baric said upon hearing the results of the clinical trial. “Remdesivir provides an effective treatment strategy for the many infected individuals around the globe.”
Industry watchers and pharma critics have spent the past two months pitching their calculations on how Gilead Sciences would—and should—price remdesivir after the repurposed antiviral drug became the first to show benefits for COVID-19 patients in a large controlled study.
Now, the guessing is over.
For private insurance plans, Gilead set a list price of $520 per vial, Gilead CEO Daniel O’Day revealed Monday. The cost for a five-day treatment course using six vials, which most patients are expected to receive, would add up to $3,120. For governments of developed countries, including the U.S., the price will be lower, at $390 per vial or $2,340 per course.
This pharmacovigilance study identified a significant association between AKI events and remdesivir treatment in COVID-19 patients based on FAERS real-world data. Although causality was not confirmed, the association between remdesivir and AKI should not be ignored, especially in older, male COVID-19 inpatients. Renal function should be carefully monitored in COVID-19 patients being treated with remdesivir.
In another large-scale clinical research study with 1,063 patients, although the efficiency of remdesivir against COVID-19 was opposite to that reported by the above study, the trend of liver transaminases remained the same (Beigel et al., 2020; Davies et al., 2020). The proportion of patients with elevated AST levels was 2.8% in the remdesivir group and 3.8% in the placebo group; the proportions of patients with increased ALT were 1.5 and 1.7% in the remdesivir and placebo groups, respectively. Compared to the placebo, remdesivir showed a trend of protection from liver disturbance, though the results were not statistically different. Consistent with this, the mortality rate was significantly lower in the remdesivir group than in the placebo group, especially among patients with a severe clinical status.
The active metabolite of Remdesivir, GS-441524, is less toxic and a more effective antivirus, but Gilead pushed Remdesivir because GS-441524 was less patentable and would be less of a cash cow for them.
I covered this in my Deep Dive series.
While remdesivir has demonstrated efficacy against Covid-19, its broad translational applicability has been hampered by limited supply and distribution (1) due to the difficulty of its synthesis (2) and its obligatory intravenous (IV) administration requiring an inpatient setting. We recently described in a general audience publication (3) the advantages that the parent nucleoside of remdesivir, GS-441524, has over remdesivir itself for the treatment of Covid-19. Fundamentally, our investigation into the metabolism of remdesivir evidences premature serum hydrolysis of its phosphate prodrug, followed by dephosphorylation. (4−6) As a result, the major metabolite circulating in the bloodstream is the parent nucleoside, GS-441524, even though remdesivir (monophosphate nucleotide prodrug) was the species initially administered. Accounting for this broader pharmacokinetic (PK) rationale, we herein provide a detailed analysis of the literature that supports the use of GS-441524 over remdesivir for the treatment of Covid-19.
When Robin Kintz’s two kittens, Fiona and Henry, contracted a fatal cat disease last year, she began hearing of a black-market drug from China. The use of the drug, known as GS-441524, is based on legitimate research from UC Davis, but the ways to get it seemed much less so. “It was, ‘If you want to save your cat, send me thousands of dollars, and I’ll DHL you some unmarked vials,’” she says. And she did. Kintz transferred the thousands of dollars, got the unmarked vials from China, and then injected the clear liquid into her dying cats every day for months.
The first remarkable thing, given the nature of the transaction, is that Kintz says the vials actually worked. Henry lived for almost another year, and Fiona made a full recovery. She’s still scampering around today, fluffy and alive—a miracle considering that vets had long thought her disease, feline infectious peritonitis, to be incurable and 100 percent fatal. Kintz now runs a 22,000-member Facebook group that helps cat owners using GS-441524. Thousands of cats have reportedly been cured of FIP.
In a time of global pandemic, Gilead—with its suite of antiviral drugs—is sitting on a gold mine. One of its drugs, remdesivir, has been proven to be effective in shortening hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients. It’s not a panacea, but it is better than nothing.
But Gilead may have a better drug in its pipeline that it won’t sell, a compound known as GS-441524 that is closely related to remdesivir and which, limited studies suggest, could be cheaper and more effective as a treatment for COVID-19.
The consumer watchdog group Public Citizen charged Tuesday that the company refuses to test and develop GS-441524 because selling the inferior drug remdesivir is more profitable. (Gilead did not respond to a request for a comment.)
This alone has all the makings of a once-in-a-decade scandal. Hospitals spent over a billion dollars on Remdesivir in 2021.
Trials of Ivermectin, HCQ, Remdesivir, Kaletra, and other antivirals dispensed a futile treatment to patients who had already been symptomatic for several days and were well past the point of peak viral replication (which occurs when someone is around 1 to 2 days post-symptomatic with a COVID infection). With this flawed trial design that did not test prophylaxis, clinical trialists sabotaged the apparent effectiveness of antivirals and pushed vaccination as the only alternative.
Ivermectin was intentionally suppressed.
The clinical course of COVID-19 is such that no antiviral is particularly effective after someone has been symptomatic for a couple days.
Basically all graphs of the clinical course of COVID-19 look like this. See the narrowing part labeled “clinical benefits of antivirals”, there? See where the viral load peaks? Why were they administering antivirals to people with severe COVID-19 who had been symptomatic for 8+ days?
This has been known for well over a year. Dr. Peter McCullough has brought it up constantly.
The prehospital phase is the time of therapeutic opportunity
Hospitalization and late treatment form an inadequate safety net with unacceptably high mortality
These clinical trials enrolling people who have been symptomatic for several days are administering a futile treatment, and then saying well, I guess antivirals don’t work, get your vaccine, folks.
This is like using a defibrillator on someone who is already stone dead, and then saying welp, I guess defibrillators don’t work.
It’s scientific fraud.
COVID-19's pathology inherently involves oxidative tissue injury, lipid peroxidation, ferroptosis, parthanatos, nitric oxide depletion, and glutathione depletion, but the FDA tried banning harmless NAC supplements (as well as Ranitidine, which is not just a histamine blocker, but also a potent inhibitor of lipid peroxidation, alongside the related Cimetidine and Famotidine).
This is what the primary sources indicate:
As a matter of fact, Michael Callahan and Robert Malone both suggested Famotidine might be useful for treating COVID-19, and there is also an article that suggests that a combination of glycine and NAC may be useful for treating COVID-19.
So, why have the FDA been trying to get NAC and Zantac off the shelves?
N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) may not be a familiar ingredient to some dietary supplement users, but within the supplements industry—and among those who regularly take NAC supplements for antioxidant, liver, and respiratory support1—NAC is now a red-hot topic thanks to recent regulatory actions taken by U.S. FDA. In 2022, expect further discussion about NAC and possible friction between FDA and the industry leaders confronting the agency to protect the supplement industry from what they say is FDA’s misapplication of the law.
First, some background: Within the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) governing dietary supplements in the U.S. is an infamous “drug exclusion provision” (Section 201(ff)(3)(B)(i)). This provision was signed into law on October 15, 1994, as part of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) that amended the FD&C Act with new regulations for dietary supplements.
French drugmaker Sanofi SA’s Zantac and some generic versions of the treatment, also known as ranitidine, have been recalled over the last year due to possible contamination with N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).
The FDA said it had determined that NDMA in some ranitidine products increases over time and when stored at higher than room temperatures, resulting in consumer exposure to unacceptable levels of the impurity.
“We didn’t observe unacceptable levels of NDMA in many of the samples that we tested,” said Janet Woodcock, director of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.
The FBI raided a clinic that was treating COVID-19 patients with Vitamin C, actively interfering in COVID sufferers being treated with antioxidants despite the fact that a perfectly sane rationale for such treatment existed.
Yep, that actually happened.
In a dramatic move, the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has raided a Michigan clinic that was offering intravenous vitamin C treatment for people exposed to the coronavirus. The raid comes despite doctors in China and New York state already using vitamin C to save the lives of patients infected with the virus. Viewed in light of the growing worldwide threats to civil rights, the use of law enforcement to remove access to a safe and effective natural treatment for the virus is a disturbing development.
The raid began during early morning on 23 April when upwards of a dozen FBI agents, armed with a search warrant, descended on the site. After setting up three makeshift tents in the parking lot and dressing in protective clothing, they entered the clinic and began seizing medical records and other materials.
The clinic, the Allure Medical Spa, located in the Shelby Charter Township, Macomb County, a suburb of Detroit, is said to have been offering intravenous vitamin C free of charge to essential workers including hospital staff, police officers and paramedics, as well as to patients.
In the mid-2010s, Peter Daszak was part of a Department of Homeland Security program called the "Ground Truth Network", to establish a network of subject matter experts to inform the public and direct policy in the event of a catastrophe.
Representative Mike Gallagher went into detail about this.
And here’s the transcript:
And then the third major funding stream, though much smaller, it's actually the most interesting and the most troubling to me. And that's through the Department of Homeland Security. The Department of Homeland Security gave the EcoHealth Alliance, Daszak's organization, $1 million to fund something called the Ground Truth Network.
"According to DHS, the Ground Truth Network is designed to, "contextualize information pertaining to biological events," utilizing a network of subject matter experts. So DHS is giving money to the EcoHealth Alliance and Daszak. Daszak is then giving it to a bunch of his friends who are experts, and they're going to use it. He got it in 2018, two years prior to the pandemic. And they're creating this network of experts to combat disinformation in the event of a pandemic. So the US government is paying a bunch of scientists to combat disinformation in the event of a pandemic.
"Well, here's the problem. These are the exact same people that a year ago were telling us that the lab leak theory was a crazy conspiracy theory. So they're being paid to combat disinformation. But they are spreading disinformation.
Then, fast-forwarding to the outbreak, Peter Daszak was also a WHO investigator on the ground in Wuhan, where he stopped by the WIV for a couple hours and chatted with them and didn't investigate anything. He also acted as a Facebook fact-checker, helping Zuckerberg and Co. delete people's posts questioning the natural zoonosis theory.
Yes, he was part of the investigative team.
The international experts tapped by WHO include John Watson, head of respiratory diseases at Public Health England, UK; Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth Alliance, USA; Dominic Dwyer, Professor of Medicine at The University of Sydney, and member of the team that grew live SARS-CoV-2 in February, 2020; and Marion Koopmans, head of the Erasmus MC Department of ViroScience, Netherlands.
He also convinced the team that the missing WIV data was irrelevant.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology deleted public databases containing information on at least 16,000 virus samples in September 2019, but the World Health Organization did not even request to review the data as part of their investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic in China in early 2021.
The sole U.S. member of the WHO team, EcoHealth Alliance president Dr. Peter Daszak, revealed during a panel discussion Wednesday that they did not request to see the deleted WIV databases because he personally vouched for the lab, saying the data did not contain relevant information on the pandemic’s origins.
“We did not ask to see the data,” Daszak said during a panel discussion organized by Chatham House. “A lot of this work is work that has been conducted with EcoHealth Alliance. I’m also part of those data and we do basically know what’s in those databases … I got to talk with both sides about the work we’ve done with Wuhan Institute of Virology and explained what’s there.”
He was also acting as a Facebook fact-checker.
AFacebook fact-checker, as part of the social media platform's efforts to weed out misinformation about the origins of the coronavirus, cited as an expert a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab over which speculation has swirled for the past year that the virus potentially originated.
Science Feedback, one of Facebook's chief fact-checking platforms, in a February 2020 "fact check" cited Peter Daszak as an expert source in its ruling that there was "no evidence" to support the theory that the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab.
Daszak has become well known as a major bankroller of coronavirus experiments at the Wuhan lab in the years leading up to the pandemic. At least one major virologist has claimed that Daszak's nonprofit, EcoHealth Alliance, helped fund lab experiments that were then used in risky "gain-of-function" virology research.
Peter Daszak was also involved in penning the Lancet letter decrying the lab leak. The same Lancet letter whose authors were almost all linked to the WIV in some way and had massive conflicts of interest. The one that Peter Daszak directly advised Ralph Baric not to contribute to, over email, because he didn't want anyone asking any uncomfortable questions about UNC Chapel Hill, USAID, UC Davis, and EPT-PREDICT.
Yes, as a matter of fact, they declared that they had no competing interests. They straight-up lied.
In February, 2020, 27 public health experts co-authored a Correspondence in The Lancet (“Statement in support of the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19”), supporting health professionals and physicians in China during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this letter, the authors declared no competing interests. Some readers have questioned the validity of this disclosure, particularly as it relates to one of the authors, Peter Daszak.
But now an investigation by the Daily Telegraph into the signatories of that letter, have revealed that nearly all of them have some link to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – raising serious questions about their impartiality.
This was what Peter Daszak told Ralph Baric over email:
The Lancet statement, signed by 27 prominent scientists, has been influential in tamping down suspicions by some scientists that COVID-19 could have ties to China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has a research affiliation to the EcoHealth Alliance.
Daszak drafted the statement and circulated it to other scientists to sign. But the emails reveal that Daszak and two other EcoHealth-affiliated scientists thought they should not sign the statement so as to mask their involvement in it. Leaving their names off the statement would give it “some distance from us and therefore doesn’t work in a counterproductive way,” Daszak wrote.
This is the actual email:
I spoke with Linfa last night about the statement we sent round. He thinks, and I agree with him, that you, me and him should not sign this statement, so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn't work in a counterproductive way. Jim Hughes, Linda Saif, Hume Field, and I believe Rita Colwell will sign it, then I'll send it round some other key people tonight. We'll then put it out in a way that doesn't link it back to our collaboration so we maximize an independent voice.
“You, me, and him should not sign this statement, so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn’t work in a counterproductive way” is actually a rather amazing, incredibly self-deluded euphemism for “we should actively work to conceal our conflict of interest”.
The government response to the pandemic was a global clown show. China sprayed streets with mosquito foggers and tank trucks and welded innocent people inside their apartments.
We have the footage.
No one is able to explain how any of these things constitute sane epidemic control measures.
The WHO vacillated on whether or not SARS-CoV-2 was airborne, insisting that it was droplet-borne even though it was spreading much faster than any droplet-borne virus should.
The WHO completely dropped the ball, refusing to classify COVID-19 as airborne for months on end, despite all evidence pointing to it being airborne.
As 2021 drew to a close, the highly contagious Omicron variant of the pandemic virus was racing around the globe, forcing governments to take drastic actions once again. The Netherlands ordered most businesses to close on 19 December, Ireland set curfews and many countries imposed travel bans in the hope of taming the tsunami of COVID-19 cases filling hospitals. Amid the wave of desperate news around the year-end holidays, one group of researchers hailed a development that had seemed as though it might never arrive. On 23 December, the World Health Organization (WHO) uttered the one word it had previously seemed incapable of applying to the virus SARS-CoV-2: ‘airborne’.
On its website, a page titled ‘Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): How is it transmitted?’ was quietly edited to state that a person can be infected “when infectious particles that pass through the air are inhaled at short range”, a process otherwise known as “short-range aerosol or short-range airborne transmission”. The website says that transmission can occur through “long-range airborne transmission” in poorly ventilated or crowded indoor settings “because aerosols can remain suspended in the air or travel farther than conversational distance”.
“It was a relief to see them finally use the word ‘airborne’, and to say clearly that airborne transmission and aerosol transmission are synonyms,” says aerosol chemist Jose-Luis Jimenez at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The authorities pushed an utterly useless surface disinfection protocol that wasted millions of man-hours of productivity on ineffective sanitation.
Imagine how many hours people wasted scrubbing surfaces and putting up Plexiglas barriers.
Scientists who initially warned about contaminated surfaces now say that the virus spreads primarily through inhaled droplets, and that there is little to no evidence that deep cleaning mitigates the threat indoors.
Anthony Fauci initially advised against masks, stating they were useless at preventing COVID-19. He later claimed that he intentionally misled the public to prevent a run on N95 masks for healthcare workers. He did this, in spite of the fact that Prestige Ameritech offered to manufacture millions of N95s, but were rebuffed by the government.
Yes, that happened.
A few days earlier, he tweeted that masks were "not effective in preventing" COVID-19 in the general public, saying, "Seriously people- STOP BUYING MASKS!" He later reversed his advice.
Fauci explained the early advice against masks by saying: "The public-health community — and many people were saying this — were concerned that it was at a time when personal protective equipment, including the N95 masks and the surgical masks, were in very short supply."
N95 masks are higher-grade equipment than ordinary masks and mainly used by medical workers.
“We still have four like-new N95 manufacturing lines,” Bowen wrote that day in an email to top administrators in the Department of Health and Human Services. “Reactivating these machines would be very difficult and very expensive but could be achieved in a dire situation.”
But communications over several days with senior agency officials — including Robert Kadlec, the assistant secretary for preparedness and emergency response — left Bowen with the clear impression that there was little immediate interest in his offer.
“I don’t believe we as an government are anywhere near answering those questions for you yet,” Laura Wolf, director of the agency’s Division of Critical Infrastructure Protection, responded that same day.
Neil Ferguson, philanderer extraordinaire, convinced governments worldwide to lock down based on a synthetic computer model of epidemic spread that never produced consistent results.
Indeed, while the rest of us were locked down, he decided to go have a little dalliance. It might seem petty of me to point this out, but considering Neil’s position of responsibility for public health at the time, it strikes me as intensely hypocritical that he’d act in a manner contrary to the limitations that his guidelines imposed on others.
Prof Ferguson allowed the woman to visit him at home during the lockdown while lecturing the public on the need for strict social distancing
Not to mention, his computer model of COVID-19’s spread was garbage.
It was an Imperial College computer model that forecasted 500K deaths in the UK (and 2.5 million in the US) should policymakers pursue a “herd immunity” approach (a la Sweden), that influenced them to reverse course and go full lockdown instead. The model was produced by a team headed by Neil Ferguson, (who recently resigned his post advising the UK government when it surfaced that he was himself violating lockdown directives by breaking self-isolation for dalliances with a married woman).
The source code behind the model was to be made available to the public, and after numerous delays and excuses in doing so, has finally been posted to GitHub
A code review has been undertaken by an anonymous ex-Google software engineer here, who tells us the GitHub repository code has been heavily massaged by Microsoft engineers, and others, in an effort to whip the code into shape to safely expose it to the pubic. Alas, they seem to have failed and numerous flaws and bugs from the original software persist in the released version. Requests for the unedited version of the original code behind the model have gone unanswered.
Sapan Desai and Surgisphere, a tiny company consisting of him, an adult content model, a science fiction author, and a couple others, pushed out a fraudulent study suggesting that HCQ caused heart problems, and then refused to publish the data that they based their model on, claiming that it was proprietary.
The establishment should never be allowed to live this highly embarrassing episode down.
The World Health Organization and a number of national governments have changed their Covid-19 policies and treatments on the basis of flawed data from a little-known US healthcare analytics company, also calling into question the integrity of key studies published in some of the world’s most prestigious medical journals.
A Guardian investigation can reveal the US-based company Surgisphere, whose handful of employees appear to include a science fiction writer and an adult-content model, has provided data for multiple studies on Covid-19 co-authored by its chief executive, but has so far failed to adequately explain its data or methodology.
Data it claims to have legitimately obtained from more than a thousand hospitals worldwide formed the basis of scientific articles that have led to changes in Covid-19 treatment policies in Latin American countries. It was also behind a decision by the WHO and research institutes around the world to halt trials of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine. On Wednesday, the WHO announced those trials would now resume.
Desai publicly aspired to combine big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in ways that he said can replace randomized controlled clinical trials. For a brief moment, it seemed that Surgisphere's enticing data set, said to include nearly 100,000 detailed patient records from about 700 hospitals on six continents, would settle questions about the possible benefits of various drugs—including the controversial antimalarial hydroxychloroquine—for COVID-19 patients.
Patel once apparently headed cardiac surgery at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. A university press release announcing his arrival in 2016 is no longer posted on the university website, however, and the school has not confirmed his job duties there. More recently, he has been a volunteer adjunct professor at the University of Utah. But, as STAT first reported yesterday, Patel tweeted on Friday that he had severed his relationship with the university, which a school spokesperson confirmed. In recent years Patel has developed and commercialized experimental stem cell therapies purported to cure heart problems, reverse aging, or treat sexual dysfunction. He is also part of a network of physicians that just launched a trial to use stem cells from umbilical cord blood to treat COVID-19 patients.
Normally co-authors of high-profile papers share subject area expertise or have clear professional ties, says Jerome Kassirer, chief editor of NEJM during the 1990s. He calls the collaboration of the apparently disparate individuals "completely bizarre," and a red flag that the studies warranted intensive scrutiny that the journals failed to provide.
Oxford's RECOVERY study dosed people with insane quantities of HCQ, and the trial participants suffered high mortality.
They overdosed their patients after confusing hydroxychloroquine and hydroxyquinoline, in a demonstration of scandalous and disgusting incompetence.
The first scandal is that over 1,000 people in this trial died.
The second scandal is that 1,561 sick COVID patients in this trial were loaded up with an ‘insane’ 2400mg of HCQ in the first 24 hours – when the French Medical
Literature defines anything above 25mg per kg (1250 mg for a 50kg person) as an ‘overdose’. |SEE: francesoir.fr
The third scandal, is when asked to justify the 2400mg dose in the first 24 hours, the only conclusion from statements from one of designers of the trial, is that they likely confused Hydroxychloroquine for a drug used for treating amoebic dysentery; hydroxyquinoline.
Who will speak on behalf of the dead? Who will raise a ruckus in their name?
Andrew Cuomo, Gretchen Whitmer, Gavin Newsom, Phil Murphy, and Tom Wolf pushed COVID-19 positive patients in their states into nursing homes, where they killed thousands of elderly with nosocomial infections.
Yes, they actually did this.
“Gov. Whitmer made the same policy choice as Gov. Cuomo, forcing contagious senior citizens into close proximity with other medically vulnerable people. In fact, her policy, a similar version of which is still in effect today, went even farther, forcing some non-senior patients into nursing homes, including a 20-year-old,” the wrote.
Did Cuomo face the music over this? No. He resigned over a groping accusation.
NEW YORK (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation Tuesday over a barrage of sexual harassment allegations in a fall from grace a year after he was widely hailed nationally for his detailed daily briefings and leadership during some of the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By turns defiant and chastened, the 63-year-old Democrat emphatically denied intentionally mistreating women and called the pressure for his ouster politically motivated. But he said that fighting back in this “too hot” political climate would subject the state to months of turmoil.
“The best way I can help now is if I step aside and let government get back to governing,” Cuomo said in a televised address.
So, apparently, murdering people’s grandparents is okay, but touching someone’s breasts isn’t.
Robert Kadlec saw to it that his buddy, the late Fuad el-Hibri, of BioPort/Emergent BioSolutions fame, received preferential contracts for COVID-19 vaccine production, in spite of the fact that Emergent BioSolutions’ facilities had obvious quality control and hygiene problems.
The evidence of corruption is extensive and stretches back decades.
We’ll profile several of Kaldec’s cronies in the coming weeks. For now, we give you Fuad El-Hibri.
Fuad El-Hibri’s company, Emergent BioSolutions, has been a top recipient of government spending on biodefense since it monopolized anthrax vaccine research in the 1990s.
Now, thanks to Kadlec, Emergent just scored a $628-million deal to help manufacture the coronavirus vaccine.
There was actually a government report on this:
Emergent hid evidence of contamination from government inspectors. Documents reveal that immediately before an FDA site visit in February 2021, Emergent employees removed quality-assurance “hold tags” from Johnson & Johnson vaccine batches—which indicated that the containers had a potential quality issue. In an email obtained by the Committees, an outside consultant stated that the tags were removed “to avoid drawing attention” from FDA inspectors. Documents also show that Emergent personnel expressed concern that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was “getting too involved” following the company’s cross-contamination of the Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines in March 2021, and company executives strategized regarding how to evade questions from HHS. • Emergent executives promoted the company’
Hospitals turned away COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms, with no early outpatient treatment protocols in place, instructing them to go home and have a Tylenol and get bed rest. When they came back with severe COVID-19 sepsis and coagulopathy, they administered mechanical ventilation with high PEEP settings and large doses of powerful steroids, mistakenly treating a vascular endotheliitis and viral sepsis as though it were a pneumonia, accelerating oxidative injury of lung tissue.
Again, the evidence of this is extensive.
Doctors had no idea why their patients were dying in droves. They had been given a completely incorrect protocol and told that they were treating pneumonia and ARDS, but COVID-19 doesn’t kill people with pneumonia. It kills people with sepsis, coagulopathy, and compromise of the alveolar capillaries and the blood-air barrier. The virus’s attack on the lungs is from the blood vessels outward. The ground-glass opacities in CT imaging of COVID-19 sufferers are capillary microclotting driven by the virus’s endothelial attack. This is a key distinction that was lost on doctors very early on.
Meanwhile, politicians everywhere were mumbling things about how we needed a reset and to build back better.
Lots of compilations of this on YouTube. We all know what we saw.
Jonathan Pie did a hilarious takedown of this:
When the public started questioning this and drawing attention to Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s obvious world domination plot, the media started gaslighting people and insisting it was all a baseless conspiracy theory, in spite of the fact that Klaus Schwab literally wrote and published a book in mid-2020 entitled COVID-19: The Great Reset.
They still gaslight people about this and insist that we saw nothing and it was all in our heads.
The Great Reset conspiracy is a growing online conspiracy that claims a global elite is using the coronavirus pandemic to dismantle capitalism and enforce radical social change.
This Dispatches post examines how the conspiracy is growing among online communities in the Netherlands.
And particularly how Thierry Baudet, the leader of the Dutch right-wing populist party Forum for Democracy, has played a key role in mainstreaming it.
Meanwhile, Klaus Schwab has an actual book entitled COVID-19: The Great Reset, which is packed cover-to-cover with sleazy technocratic tripe about dismantling capitalism and enforcing radical social change. Don’t take my word for it. Read it yourself:
Governments worldwide continue to insist on people receiving COVID-19 vaccinations, including very young children, in spite of the fact that these vaccines are causing myopericarditis and permanent heart scarring, autoimmune diseases, amyloid clots, and sudden cardiac death, and COVID-19’s mortality rate in healthy people under 40 is practically negligible and flu-like, anyway.
The current report presents the case of a 76-year-old man with Parkinson’s disease (PD) who died three weeks after receiving his third COVID-19 vaccination. The patient was first vaccinated in May 2021 with the ChAdOx1 nCov-19 vector vaccine, followed by two doses of the BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine in July and December 2021. The family of the deceased requested an autopsy due to ambiguous clinical signs before death. PD was confirmed by post-mortem examinations. Furthermore, signs of aspiration pneumonia and systemic arteriosclerosis were evident. However, histopathological analyses of the brain uncovered previously unsuspected findings, including acute vasculitis (predominantly lymphocytic) as well as multifocal necrotizing encephalitis of unknown etiology with pronounced inflammation including glial and lymphocytic reaction. In the heart, signs of chronic cardiomyopathy as well as mild acute lympho-histiocytic myocarditis and vasculitis were present. Although there was no history of COVID-19 for this patient, immunohistochemistry for SARS-CoV-2 antigens (spike and nucleocapsid proteins) was performed. Surprisingly, only spike protein but no nucleocapsid protein could be detected within the foci of inflammation in both the brain and the heart, particularly in the endothelial cells of small blood vessels. Since no nucleocapsid protein could be detected, the presence of spike protein must be ascribed to vaccination rather than to viral infection. The findings corroborate previous reports of encephalitis and myocarditis caused by gene-based COVID-19 vaccines.
Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN) is a spectrum of acute, delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions that affect the skin and the mucous membranes. Medications are the culprit cause of these disorders in addition to infections and in very rare instances vaccinations. We report a case of TEN in a 49-year-old woman with no previous medical history. The disorder developed one week after receiving the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine with no other identifiable causes. The patient received two doses of tumor necrosis factor-alpha inhibitor (etanercept) and she stopped developing new lesions after two days of the initial dose; complete healing was observed after 22 days and no side effects were observed in our patient. This case demonstrates an extremely rare complication to the COVID-19 vaccine. The benefits of receiving the COVID-19 outweigh the potential risk.
Using a voluntary surveillance reporting system and electronic health records, the authors found a substantial increase in the age-standardised incidence of Bell's palsy during the vaccination programme compared with the same period in previous years. For example, after accounting for confounding variables, the incidence difference with the same observation period in 2020 was 41·5 cases per 100 000 person-years (95% CI 11·7 to 71·4) for CoronaVac and 17·0 (−6·6 to 40·6) for BNT162b2. In the nested case-control study, 298 patients with clinically confirmed Bell's palsy were selected. 1181 control individuals were randomly matched (4:1) to each case according to sex, age, date of hospital attendance (to control for seasonality of the disease), and setting (to reduce selection bias). The results suggested a significantly increased risk of Bell's palsy associated with receiving CoronaVac (adjusted OR 2·385 [95% CI 1·415–4·022]; p=0·0011) for CoronaVac, but no significant difference in risk associated with receiving BNT162b2 (1·755 [0·886–3·77]; p=0·11).
After all, the only way to know how safe the vaccine is is to just start giving it.
By the way, this is the actual age-stratified mortality rate of COVID-19:
That’s a geriatric disease. Why are they vaccinating small children against it?
The media are trying to cover up the maiming and deaths of hundreds of athletes, musicians, and other public figures by publishing nonsense about Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
Athletes are dying on camera, and yet, people are still lining up for this poison. We have a list of all the names of the athletes who were murdered by government and pharma malfeasance so far:
Millions of people have been fired from their jobs, barred from public venues, forced to close their businesses, abused by law enforcement for taking part in protests, ridiculed by politicians and media figures, and smeared as anti-vax, for refusing a barely-tested mystery nucleic acid shot developed by shady military think tanks and biosecurity interests and pushed in place of traditional vaccine technologies for unspecified reasons, even though the vaccine is not sterilizing and does not prevent transmission of COVID-19.
It doesn’t prevent transmission. It never did. In fact, they never tested for it.
Philipp Markolin's response to our valid, heartfelt criticism of this nonstop cavalcade of insane malfeasance and institutional corruption was to publish ad hominem screeds about conspiracy theorists undermining trust in government, with lots of bold and underlined passages for emphasis, which, in a stroke of irony, made them look more like Francis E. Dec letters than anything else.
In light of all of the above, Philipp Markolin started complaining about biased “scientific meme content” and “motivated actors” who are “manipulating public opinion”. By this, he presumably means people like us.
In the information age, it is useful to conceptualize information as a product, and influencers as information merchants. Most information merchants online create elaborate information products that have a unique appeal and are custom-made for a specific audience of the attention market.
If there is an audience demand for ‘alternative facts’ of why “vaccines are very dangerous”, why “Putin is actually the good guy” or why “climate change is just a hoax”, influencers will deliver content for it, be it in the form of op-eds, twitter-threads, memes, blog posts or sometimes preprints articles and published papers. The last two is what I call ‘scientific meme content’.
‘scientific meme content’, information products that are created to look like authentic scientific work to further an idea in public, including technical language and figures and arguments, sometimes even deliberate fraud, but without offering either original data, relevant results, or scientific value
It’s actually remarkable how badly Philipp abuses his thesaurus and flings around profanity without really saying much of anything at all.
The crux of his argument is the people I disagree with use graphs and cite studies, but they’re still wrong, because I say so.
Meanwhile, the arguments of “conspiracy theorists” have actual legs, in the form of decades of evidence of DTRA, DARPA, USAID, and their grantees engaging in heinous research and deliberately evading accountability and oversight while being shielded by old and new media, governments, alphabet agencies, and mincing pundits.
I think the evidence speaks for itself. We are documenting ongoing crimes against humanity that governments and institutions are complicit in. There is no rational response to any of this that does not involve burying Moderna and Pfizer and the other pharmaceutical companies involved in the COVID vaccine racket in so many lawsuits that they are driven into insolvency. In fact, we must go further, dissolving numerous government agencies and subjecting their staff to criminal prosecution.
There are politicians and bureaucrats who walk free today who deserve to be behind bars tonight, who are complicit in bioterrorism and mass murder. They believe that if they steer public opinion back in their favor and keep bombarding the masses with propaganda, they will skate out from under culpability for their disgusting crimes.
This is manifestly unacceptable.
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