Turns out we can treat viruses. Fascinating. This may not change everything, but it changes a long. If we can treat viruses with a fairly high degree of effectiveness with lysosomotropic agents like HCQ (hydroxychloroquine), or amonium chloride, or other related things, then that’s great. But how would you expect Big Pharma to react to a near total loss of the vaccination income, a greater than $60B industry? Yeah. Exactly.
UPDATE: Major take-aways: (really interesting parts start at about 17 minutes.) We actually have some pretty good OTC antivirals already, so why the bloody hell do we do so many vaccines? Every previous mRNA-type “vaccine” has ended in failure with 100% failure upon re-exposure to the pathogen, because you body recognizes it as ‘self’ (remember, it’s getting incorporated into your DNA?) and doesn’t attack it; basically it acts like a binary weapon. The US medical system doesn’t teach about the anti-viral properties of lysosomotropic agents in the context of treatment. Is big Pharma “guiding” the curriculum in medical / pharmacy school? These mRNA “vaccines” are experimental, and people are not being informed of the risks or nature of them, so what is going on (failure to get informed consent) is criminal in the same way as the Nazi doctors we executed for war crimes. The treatment pathway of not pushing preventative medicine with by promoting vitamin D3, C, zinc, NAC, selenium, quercetin, and not doing early treatment once diagnosed with the known treatments like HCQ, ivermectin, etc., is stupid, expensive, and morally indefensible. insanity: The US has funded PLA virologists to come and work in US bioweapons labs.
UPDATE 2: Just came across this little gem: Vaccination against SARS Coronavirus caused lung pathology when encountering the virus later due to immune hyper sensitivity.