by Elizabeth Woodworth
in lockstep to suppress
a cheap, life-saving Covid-19 therapy
order to reap
A dangerous, life-threatening sequence of events has unfolded since
The Lancet's fraudulent [i] hydroxychlorquine (HCQ) article appeared
May 22, followed by headlines,
demonizing this ancient anti-malarial
drug - aka quinine, aka chloroquine, and known to antiquity as the
"sacred bark"... [ii]
The false news that 96,032 hospitalized patients on six continents
were at risk for lethal heart rhythms sent shock waves throughout
Immediately, many randomized control trials (RCT's) at
the World Health Organization (WHO) and elsewhere were suspended until the
Lancet article was finally retracted two weeks later, June 5.
But the damage was done...
The WHO had 'ordered countries' to stop using
it, and European Union countries had banned its use (outside
for Covid-19 treatment.
Clinical trials themselves,
such as the NAID trial announced by the US National Institutes of
Health on May 14, [iii] were cancelled.
hostile press frightened
people from re-entering clinical trials that might have cleared it
Worst of all, newly symptomatic people who had formerly benefitted
from early outpatient treatment were now progressing to Phase 2 of
the disease, during which the dangerous immune system "cytokine"
storm [iv] often leads to hospitalization and death.
On May 27, less than a week into this disaster, a top world
epidemiology journal, the American Journal of Epidemiology, issued
an urgent call from award-winning Yale Professor, Harvey Risch:
"Early Outpatient Treatment of Symptomatic, High-Risk Covid-19
Patients that Should be Ramped-Up Immediately as Key to the Pandemic
The abstract reads:
"Hydroxychloroquine+azithromycin has been widely misrepresented in
both clinical reports and public media, and outpatient trials
results are not expected until September.
Early outpatient illness
is very different than later hospitalized florid disease and the
Evidence about use of hydroxychloroquine alone,
or of hydroxychloroquine+azithromycin in inpatients, is irrelevant
concerning efficacy of the pair in early high-risk outpatient
Five studies, including two controlled clinical trials,
have demonstrated significant major outpatient treatment
These medications need to be widely available and promoted
immediately for physicians to prescribe." [v]
A Google News search reveals the astonishing truth that the
corporate media, with the exception of Fox News, [vi] did not report
the media interested in a cure for Covid-19?
Or is it in lockstep
with Big Pharma, which seems to have little interest in an existing
treatment for the disease?
As one analyst reported,
"The possibility of a cheap and easy treatment for Covid from
re-purposed generic drugs, especially hydroxychloroquine, is a
mortal threat to these financial interests. [vii]
As France Soir put
the trial management must 'never put low-cost hydroxychloroquine
therapy in direct competition with remdesivir'. Or with mass
What better strategy than for these financial interests to
manufacture a hydroxychloroquine controversy?
A June 17 article titled "Behind the French controversy over the
medical treatment of Covid-19 - The role of the drug industry,"
reveals just how such a tactic has been brought to bear on the issue. [ix]
When did the
hydroxychloroquine "controversy" first appear?
Santa Monica cariologist Dr. Dan Wohlgelernter reported on June 18
"there was never controversy about hydroxychloroquine right up
until March 20, 2020." [x]
He was referring to Donald Trump's tweet of March 21:
"HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE & AZITHROMYCIN, taken together, have a real
chance to be one of the biggest game changers in the history of
The FDA has moved mountains
- Thank You! Hopefully they
will BOTH (H works better with A, International Journal of
Antimicrobial Agents)..." [xi]
Dr. Wohlgelernter continues:
"We had data from China and from France well before that in February
showing a significant beneficial impact of hydroxychloroquine
you saw physicians, politicians, journalists, saying that hydroxychloroquine is all hype and it's all due to the president
That's revisionist history.
The fact is there was a great deal of excitement in the medical
community internationally a month before President Trump ever
mentioned it, because of the data reported from China and from Dr.
Raoult in France and it said that people used whatever political
animosity they had towards the President to attack the medication
that in fact had helped many people with coronavirus and could have
helped many more had it and its reputation not been so sullied by
political accusations and by poorly designed studies and by medical
journals allowing publications that were negative as far as their
conclusions - publications that never should have reached print
because they hadn't been adequately vetted. [xii]
What has been
the role of Dr. Raoult in France?
Dr. Didier Raoult
Didier Raoult was born in Senegal in 1952.
His parents, a nurse and a French military doctor, moved the family
to Marseille in 1961, where Raoult later became a physician and
microbiologist, holding both M.D. and PhD degrees.
He is married to
psychiatrist and novelist Natacha Caïn, and they have three children
Raoult is the director of the Infectious and Tropical Emergent
Diseases Research Unit (URMITE) in Marseille (Institut
Hospitalo-Universitaire (IHU) Méditerranée Infection), with 200
He also teaches infectious diseases in the Faculty of
Medicine of Aix-Marseille University.
He has received numerous
honors and awards, including Officer of
the Legion d'honneur, Price Excellence in Clinical Medicine,
Netherlands; J.D. Williams Award, United Kingdom; and Award of
Excellence from the European Society for Clinical Microbiology and
Infectious Diseases. [xiii]
With more than 2,300 indexed publications to his name, he is the
most cited microbiologist in France, and is cited seventh in the
world. He has 625,000 followers on Twitter.
Raoult is also active in Africa, returning every year to
laboratories he set up in Dakar, and conducting tropical disease
research all over Senegal. [xiv]
On June 25, Professor Raoult and his COVID-19 Task Force published
their much-anticipated research on 3,737 COVID-19 patients, in the
journal Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease. [xv]
The team, knowing their treatment was effective, had decided not to
conduct randomized controlled studies, which would have meant
denying treatment to large numbers of placebo patients, letting
their disease evolve untreated, and sending many to their deaths.
The team's approach reflects the "Ethical Principles for Medical
Research" from the Declaration of Helsinki. [xvi]
The long-awaited article reported an overall 1.1% case fatality rate
for the patients included in its study.
"Our approach of early diagnosis and care of as many patients as
possible results in much lower mortality rates than other
The test-and-treat strategy adopted in Marseille also
seems capable of shortening the duration of the outbreak when
compared to data from France overall by identifying infected people
and reducing their viral shedding duration.
In fact, more people
were tested in Marseille than in most other areas, and the outbreak
lasted only 9 weeks…"
"Results suggest that
early diagnosis, early isolation and early treatment of COVID-19
patients, with at least 3 days of HCQ-AZ lead to a significantly
better clinical outcome and a faster viral load reduction than other
On the day of Raoult's publication, the
Dr. Been Medical Lectures on
YouTube, with 176,000 subscribers, explained the study in graphics,
but could not find media coverage. [xvii]
On the days following its publication, Google News showed no
English-speaking media coverage appearing under Raoult's name, or
under the first words of the title, "Outcomes of 3,737 COVID-19
On June 24, the day before the article's publication, Raoult had
testified at the French National Assembly, saying that the article
had been refused by The Lancet the very same week that the journal
accepted the fraudulent and now retracted anti-HCQ article by Mehra
et al. [xviii]
The hydroxychloroquine "controversy" thus shows clear signs of
having been manufactured and orchestrated by the immensely wealthy
drug industry through its power over the,
How the media's "randomized control" strategy is fueling the
The day before the Lancet's hydroxychloroquine embarrassment [xxii]
was published May 22, the New York Times had updated its feature May
12 hit piece on Dr. Raoult Didier - having sent a reporter to France
to round up Raoult's critics and to report, in an epic 7,500 words,
"the man behind Trump's favorite unproven treatments."
The article dwelled at length on Raoult's unorthodox methods and
forthright personality, using an ad hominem approach rather than
actual evidence against the microbiologist's position. [xxiii]
The NYT provides a high-level example of the media trivializing
hydroxychloroquine on the basis that it has not been proven in
randomized control trials (RCTs) - which take months, if not years,
Meanwhile, the global pandemic is killing hundreds of thousands of
There is no vaccine for the common cold, which is caused by strains
of the coronavirus and the rhinovirus. If a safe, effective Covid-19
vaccine can even be developed, at least a year will be needed to
produce enough for worldwide use.
Four hundred years before randomized control trials existed,
quinine, made from the "sacred bark" of the South American
quina-quina tree, was used to treat malaria.
has been synthesized as chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).
This cheap abundant drug has been on the WHO list of essential
medicines since the list began in 1977.
Thousands of doctors are reporting that in the early phase of
COVID-19, patients given a low dose of this drug in combination with
azithromycin and zinc, get better. [xxiv]
However, this ancient gift to humankind was immediately outlawed for
Covid-19 use in many countries following the fraudulent May 22nd
Treatment is still denied to untold numbers of people,
many of whom will have certainly died.
Additionally, HCQ's bad press from the drug industry's scare media
has driven people away from enrolling in HCQ prophylaxis trials.
Instead, the media is giving good press to randomized control
trials. It is true that in many settings RCT's are considered to be
the gold standard. But what is their value in the midst of a crisis
such as Covid-19, when susceptible people require early prevention
Hydroxychloroquine proponents do not claim that HCQ works on
seriously ill Covid-19 patients in the hospital setting. Instead
they understand the reality that HCQ+azithromycin succeeds only
during Phase 1, [xxv] when people first show symptoms.
But others have been designing studies (including the disgraced
Lancet and NEJM studies, and the abandoned NIH study) that examine
HCQ in precisely the opposite context to its reported efficacy in
Phase 1. And not in combination with zinc and azithromycin, but by
This strategy is known as the "straw-man fallacy" - where you
attribute a false position to your opponent, then easily knock it
These studies are systematically setting hydroxychloroquine up to
As stated by Dr. Wohlgelernter below, it is sabotage, pure and
With the help of a colluding media, confusion now reigns supreme
while the world awaits a profitable vaccine from the drug industry.
We will turn now to frontline doctors who have been protesting the
suspension of this inexpensive, plentiful, generic drug that they
have used successfully - while in some countries their patients are
now dying without it.
Frontline doctors testify that HCQ works - and protest its sabotage
An April 2020 survey of 6200 doctors in 30 countries showed that
globally, half of the doctors polled said they had used
hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19. [xxvi]
On April 6, wider access to the drug was urged in a petition signed
by nearly 500,000 French doctors and citizens. [xxvii]
On April 7, U.S. physician Jeffrey A. Singer wrote about prescribing HCQ in an independent (non-corporate-media) magazine:
"The FDA lets doctors prescribe off-label drugs all the time. Now
that there's a pandemic, some governors have decided doctors can't
make those decisions for themselves.
Doctors should not be prohibited from using their best clinical
judgment and recommending it to patients - especially considering the
fact that these drugs have been around for a long time, which means
we are familiar with their risks and complications.
should stay out of this and let clinicians practice medicine,
provided they get their patients' informed consent." [xxviii]
On May 5, it was reported in France:
As France scrambles to prepare to lift its 2-month lockdown from 11
May, a group of doctors has published a new study they say proves
the efficacy of the controversial malaria drug hydroxychloroquine,
combined with the antibiotic azithromycin, in treating Covid-19.
The trial carried out on nearly 100 infected doctors and their
families found that an HCQ and azithromycin combination at the first
sign of symptoms, substantially reduced the viral load of
On May 28, in consternation over the
false Lancet article, an open
letter from 200 scientists to the authors and The Lancet requested
details of the data and an independent audit.
The letter was,
by clinicians, medical researchers, statisticians, and ethicists
from across the world." [xxx]
On June 1, Professor Harvey Risch, at the Yale Schools of Medicine
and Public Health, was interviewed about HCQ:
The combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin has been used
for decades in hundreds of thousands of people with rheumatoid
There is a concern that these medications do change the
heart pacing a little and could cause cardiac arrhythmias.
these arrhythmias are still very rare in people using these medications. [xxxi]
Santa Monica cardiologist Dr.
Dan Wohlgelernter said in a June 18
"I've prescribed it… recommended it to people… had conversations with
physicians literally around the globe in Israel and Italy and
England and the east coast of the United States, and I've read the
literature extensively. Hydroxychloroquine definitely has a role;
that role is specific.
It's an antiviral agent that is effective in
early stages of infection; when used in that context it is effective
and it is safe.
Unfortunately, there have been studies that have
looked at hydroxychloroquine in the wrong context; looked at it in
severely critically ill people in the hospital setting.
point the antiviral isn't effective because you've gone beyond viral
infection to an immune mediated widespread inflammatory reaction, so
that was the wrong population to look at hydroxychloroquine.
That kind of study, that sabotage, is the whole story about
hydroxychloroquine… it was obvious that hydroxychloroquine would fail
in that context.
Hydroxychloroquine has been reported to have
toxicity and as a cardiologist I'm intimately aware of this
literature and I'm familiar with hydroxychloroquine.
The study that was most specific in looking at the cardiac issues
specifically with rhythm abnormalities was done in the East Coast in
the New York area where they looked at 200 patients and carefully
monitored their EKGs and looked for arrhythmias and they found no
serious arrhythmias in any of those patients.
This is an FDA approved drug for 65 years; it's generic, cheap,
We give it to pregnant women, to breastfeeding
women, to elderly patients, to patients who are
On a June 12 radio talk show in St. Louis, Missouri, Doctor
Crawford, Medical Director at Festus Manor, reported a 100% survival
rate with early administration of hydroxychloroquine. [xxxiii]
On June 25 in India, where the media is not under western corporate
control, the New Indian Express reported that Mandya district, which
had a record number of Covid-19 cases,
"has been recording an
impressive turnaround despite continuing arrivals from hot spot
states. Health officials claim that one of the reasons is because
they are giving hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to all those
They also quoted the government guidelines which permit
prophylactic usage of HCQ (prevention)."
workers and police personnel are given seven-week doses of HCQ as a
preventive measure." [xxxiv]
On June 19, the Economic Times in Jaipur, India reported:
"More than 4,300 healthcare workers including doctors and nurses
have been given HCQ to help them prevent the infection as there are
high chances of them getting infected while treating Covid
The right-wing medical group, the
Association of American Physicians
and Surgeons (AAPS) asked, in a June 17 press release:
"How can we trust the established authorities or prestigious
journals when, in this perilous time, trials of an available,
inexpensive, long-established drug appear to be designed to fail,
while risking the lives of their subjects through deliberate or
negligent drug overdoses?" [xxxvi]
The US media did not pick this up.
Nor did it pick up a second AAPS Press Release, June 22, which
should have been more than newsworthy:
TUCSON, Ariz., June 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/
Today the Association of
American Physicians & Surgeons files its motion for a preliminary
injunction to compel release to the public of hydroxychloroquine by
the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Health &
Human Services (HHS), in AAPS v. HHS, No. 1:20-cv-00493-RJJ-SJB (W.D.
Nearly 100 million doses of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) were
donated to these agencies, and yet they have not released virtually
any of it to the public…
"Why does the government continue to withhold more than 60 million
doses of HCQ from the public?" asks Jane Orient, M.D., the Executive
Director of AAPS.
"This potentially life-saving medication is
wasting away in government warehouses while Americans are dying from
When a pandemic is raging across the entire planet, with people
social distancing and national economies in turmoil,
What is the
most urgent approach to drug therapy?
To do nothing while randomized control trials await results months
or years later?
Or to follow recommendations that have emerged from infectious
disease specialists after treating thousands of cases using a
The media shapes society's common reality. This
carries a pervasive and commensurate responsibility.
The drastic failure to report honestly on HCQ goes far beyond
it is abetting
the unspeakable forces who do not want
people to be reliably cured during this pandemic until they can
realize pandemic-level profits.
the origin of this fraudulence is given in: Elizabeth
Woodworth, "Leaked: 'Deadly' HCQ: How the world's top
medical journals, The Lancet and
NEJM, were cynically
exploited by Big Pharma,"
Global Research, 14 June 2020 (https://www.globalresearch.ca/leaked-deadly-hcq-world-top-medical-journals-lancet-nejm-exploited-big-pharma/5715859).
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of the South American quina-quina tree, is now sold as
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WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION STATEMENT - Section No. 32:
"32. In the
treatment of a patient, where proven prophylactic,
diagnostic and therapeutic methods do not exist or have been
ineffective, the physician, with informed consent from the
patient, must be free to use unproven or new prophylactic,
diagnostic and therapeutic measures, if in the physician's
judgement it offers hope of saving life, reestablishing
health or alleviating suffering. Where possible, these
measures should be made the object of research, designed to
evaluate their safety and efficacy. In all cases, new
information should be recorded and, where appropriate,
published. The other relevant guidelines of this Declaration
should be followed." (https://www.who.int/bulletin/archives/79(4)373.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0dyzXSt12H0fvt6xL7Zk-29FPprs7i0EDCPKWk5Ux1UiES17J2Nr0-YjY).
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"at the first viral stage, one must give medicines against
the virus; in the second inflammatory phase, one needs to
give medications against that reaction; and then in the
third phase, it's work to be done in intensive care units.
Therefore, the same medication cannot be used for the three
stages of the disease. He insists that it was a trial that
was designed before one had an understanding of the disease,
and that such randomized clinical trials should not be done
before one has such an understanding." Summarized from
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