The Coronavirus has enabled a new approach to medicine to emerge. A new way of thinking and proceeding that suggests that medicine has been reinvented in 2020. And in the year 2021, with the vaccine race, it’s simply crazy.
Since it was indicated that Chloroquine is dangerous, I no longer have any confidence, especially in the WHO, which has put out this thesis. A big lie since the beginning of this Coronavirus affair. This molecule that my whole family consumed for decades. I am sure of one thing: these defenders of Chloroquine may well puff out their chests.
Among them, Professor Didier Raoult, who has been called every name in the book: the controversial, the charlatan… Even if he has told untruths, he may have lied about everything he has said, but on Chloroquine, which he defends, he is right on all counts. In many countries like Senegal, they give a daily virological situation and announce a number of cures almost identical to the number of new cases. But cured with what? With what drugs?
Why is there no mention of the drugs that can cure Covid-19 patients? All we talk about is a vaccine. A vaccine surrounded by uncertainty. No drugs mentioned. No doubt the patients are cured with a magic potion and holy water. We will know more in time, as the truth is revolutionary. However, Covid-19 will have seen countries try to reinvent medicine. What used to be done before, and which saved the world from many diseases, is no longer useful.
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Yes, a new medicine is born. In many countries, to diagnose and treat Covid-19, family doctors have been pushed aside. Everything is done in hospitals where everything is centralised. Everything is controlled. It is forbidden to prescribe, if it is a Coronavirus. Why is it that in countries like Senegal, doctors, nurses and even pharmacists can administer treatment if the disease is diagnosed? Or even as soon as symptoms appear.
Elsewhere, they prefer to make the patient go through the obstacle course, and in the end, he or she arrives at the hospital in a serious condition and is more likely to die than to stay alive. It is as if patients were deliberately left to die in order to create an emergency situation, an apocalyptic situation, and to be able to impose a… vaccine. The paradox is the new involvement of those who were initially excluded from the system.
Indeed, in some countries, they are now even thinking of involving pharmacists to vaccinate. And these family doctors, who were excluded from the diagnosis and treatment process from the start, can now claim to vaccinate as part of the prevention of the spread of the Coronavirus. Today, the spotlight is on the vaccine. Rather, the vaccines, because it is a race not for vaccines, but for vaccines. A tough competition.
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After having tried Remdésivir, which did not work, the pharmaceutical companies, with the complicity of the WHO, which discarded Chloroquine to make way for vaccines, have flooded the market with… vaccines. A vaccine whose side effects will be known years later. If not deaths here and there, discomfort and, somewhere, the observation of an increase in libido, as announced in Togo.
Today, there is talk of simulated vaccination, particularly in Côte d’Ivoire. Why fear being vaccinated, even if it means simulating an official vaccination session? As in 2020, in this year 2021, ridicule no longer kills. One thing is certain, the Coronavirus has established its quarters on a bed of untruths. From the moment the pandemic identified Chloroquine as a dangerous molecule. Clearly, there are more dangerous molecules than this one, which some people shun as not the plague, which has been defeated, but the vaccine, which is more frightening than ever.