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Hydroxychloroquine V Remdesivir (General)

by dulan drift, Wednesday, February 03, 2021, 11:15 (24 days ago)

There's something fishy going on here. Hydroxy was touted as a possible cure in the early stages - which would have been great coz it's cheap and already had regulatory approval.

But then Lancet (the same Science journal that published Daszak's scientists' petition saying China was "open and transparent"), published a paper stating that Hydroxy resulted in increased death.

The paper was 'peer reviewed'. The publication of this paper resulted in Hydroxy being withdrawn from use and further trials stopped.

In its place Remdesivir, developed by WIV/EcoHealth scientists (including Batwoman and Batman) was promoted as the drug of choice.

Following a lot of pressure from doctors, Lancet was forced to retract the Hydroxy study, which was a blatant fraud, but by then the damage was done. To this day, anyone who says 'Hang on, maybe Hydroxy is worth a look' get's the full conspiracy theorist name-calling treatment.

There was a good example of that in Australia today:

A politician, Craig Kelly, who dared suggest Hydroxy might actually be effective was howled down in parliament as "dangerous and irresponsible", a "dangerous fool", "persisting in disseminating misinformation concerning COVID-19" (Dr Karen Price), "a crackpot", "a dangerous menace and a threat to the nation’s COVID response" (Mark Butler), "hare-brained" (Dr. Michael Gannon), a spreader of "crazy conspiracy theories" and "a nong" (Tanya Plibersek).

Those hurling the insults included various presidents of Australia's peak health bodies as well as politicians. None of them addressed what the guy actually said - which seems to be typical of this kind of over-the-top cancel-culture reaction.

Here's the thing - Kelly's crime was to relay the findings of Australian immunologist, Emeritus Professor Robert Clancy of the University of Newcastle who reported that "evidence showed hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin were safe and should be used."

As with the Origins question, the more the experts resort to hysterical name-calling, the more curious it makes me as to what they might be hiding.


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