Lindsey Bernat Gremont is a friend and fellow researcher of mine. Her information is as solid as it comes. She kindly compiled information that the MSM is leaving out of their news.
We’ve got to start asking the hard questions as a country and as a unified world. What is the virus (and the masks) really about? 🎯
I have sat down to write this post about 10 times in the last 24 hours. I am having a hard time formulating the words for this. I know I can’t please everyone and things are so incredibly partisan right now but this message has to get out and so I’ll just get to the point and ask you something I’ve been asking myself for 3 months now:
Why is the cure for this thing being ridiculed? Why do people want it to be a failure? Why is the reporting via the media so biased and negative against it when the so many other counties are using it as a lifesaving preventative treatment? Why isn’t this news being shared here? Why doesn’t the FDA act now? Why would we take a news “journalists” word over the actual data that shows the opposite? Why is information about what makes this treatment work best not being studied by the NIH? Why are the studies being designed to fail from the beginning because they aren’t following the protocols doctors and ministries of health are using successfully worldwide?
If you haven’t seen the news about how this is being used in other countries here are some for you to start your research:
France: “If clinical data confirm the biological results, the novel coronavirus-associated disease will have become one of the simplest and cheapest to treat and prevent among infectious respiratory diseases,” a group of French researchers wrote in a paper published on February 15 in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents.
Remarkable comparison of France to Marseille where people are being treated with HCQ+AZ. 0.5% fatality rate compared to 21.6% nationwide – (this is in French but you can use google translate to read it and it’s easy to get the conclusions)
India: India advised all front line health care workers to take Hydroxychloroquine prophylactically. This was in March.
India production and exports of the drug have spiked as many countries are using it successfully and are placing massive orders to use as a preventative drug for this:
India is using this on the frontline and as a PREVENTATIVE measure even giving it to exposed family members before they exhibit symptoms or test positive. Early use is the key… https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/pune/maharashtra-expands-use-of-hydroxychloroquine-as-preventive-measure-6376275/
Update on 5/20: https://www.livemint.com/news/india/covid-treatment-hcq-shows-some-promise-finds-telangana-government-report-11589957584026.html
Morocco: Early use of hydroxychloroquine Morocco is still facing a growing number of COVID cases, but barely any growth in the number of fatalities.
India has just accepted their order for a 6 million pills refill. Again article is in French: (I have a graphic I’ll post in the comments showing their deaths and recoveries vs cases)
Russia: Russia is using hydroxychloroquine, it also reports significantly fewer deaths from Covid-19 compared to other countries similarly hit by the pandemic. https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/04/17/russia-approves-unproven-malaria-drug-to-treat-coronavirus-a70025
So, the New York Times claimed Russia was under reporting deaths. Russia is now demanding a retraction.
Senegal: The Covid-19 fatality rate remains at 1% in Senegal as the country continues to broadly use hydroxychloroquine “despite warnings from the World Health Organization.”
Turkey: Turkey, a country that has fully embraced hydroxychloroquine for covid-19, reported its lowest daily death toll since March. Its case fatality rate currently stands at less than half of the United States’.
Madagascar: The President of Madagascar has been criticized for promoting an anti-malaria medicine, the herb Artemisia annua, to treat covid-19. They are using it as a prophylaxes as well.
Madagascar has zero covid-19 deaths reported to date.
South Korea: Korea posted their treatment guidelines utilizing hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for covid-19
Update: study results from South Korea:
China: China’s Head of Biotech said that chloroquine was selected out of tens of thousands of drugs as the most effective treatment on Feb 17th.
Bahrain: Bahrain began using hydroxychloroquine two days after the first case of Covid-19 was discovered there in February. They did this based on “notable success in China and South Korea.” Now they have one of the lowest case fatality rates in the world.
Want to know how it works? Dr. Zelenko explains here https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/health-care/item/35754-hydroxychlorquine-dr-zelenko-we-are-at-a-pivotal-moment
This article also shows how he has worked with Presidents and health ministers in Honduras, Brazil and Israel on their protocols. “If you look at the country of Israel, which I helped set their policy, they have had, it’s a nation of 9 million people — its essentially the same size of New York City in population — and they had 280 deaths. Compare that to New York, which is also around 9 million people, and the deaths are up to 15,000.”
In fact, as of May 18, Israel has seen 272 deaths from more than 16,000 cases, with more than 13,000 recovered, according to Worldometers.info. This despite the fact that experts predicted far, far worse. According to Haaretz, the model that was “one of the key documents that has influenced policymakers” in the country predicted up to between 8,600 and 21,000 deaths in Israel.
Brazil: Largest Brazilian healthcare operator sees success of hydroxychloroquine treatment in initial phase of COVID19.
Want the studies? Here’s 50 to look at: http://covexit.com/50-science-references-supporting-hydroxychloroquine/
Study Results live updates:
Edited to add: this study debunks the heart complications “narrative”
I want to note that strangely there are only 2.5 studies completed around Remdesevir and the outcomes are not nearly the same and you can’t even get this except if you go into a hospital as it is administered via IV. For more details on the studies and who is behind them and how they were designed and what their flaws are … it has been removed from YouTube.
So this is all the stuff I have uncovered. It’s not partisan it’s just the de facto standard it seems…sooooo FDA why aren’t you being straight with us? Conflicts of interest? It’s not patentable, it’s cheap and it’s safe. 🤔
UPDATE! The FDA has softened their stance on HCQ :