We Don't Know Much About Omicron—Yet—But We DO Know How to End the Pandemic
The world must pivot immediately to a virus extermination strategy using safe drugs that are proven to work.
Chances are, you’ve heard about “Omicron”—the new and “concerning” mutation of the covid-19 virus. Is it more—or less—transmissible than other variants we’ve seen so far? Is it more—or less—deadly?
The truth is, we simply don’t know—yet.
While we wait to find out more about Omicron, let’s ask a crucial question: What lessons can we learn from the world’s failure to end the pandemic over the past eighteen months?
Plenty. Because, until now, the global approach to conquering the pandemic has been a blueprint for unmitigated disaster. But it didn’t—and still doesn’t—have to be that way.
From the Spring of 2020 forward, very few people on earth were true victims of the covid-19 virus.
Allow me to explain.
Since then, the sick, the dying—indeed all of us—became victims of a far more blackhearted foe than the virus itself: unchecked greed—which has triumphed in its mission to prevent the world from ending this pandemic—when we knew full well how to do it over eighteen months ago.
In other words, this all could have been over by January or February of 2021.
All of it.
The case counts.
All of it.
Instead, beginning in late Spring, 2020, as some of the world’s most gifted, published, and renowned medical minds in the field of critical care were quite literally imploring public health agencies across the globe to listen to the scientific evidence that pointed to a rapid and safe way out of the pandemic using repurposed, FDA-approved drugs, they were censored and silenced. In well-orchestrated, meticulously coordinated media campaigns, they and the organizations they represented were slandered as “fringe,” “crackpots,” “snake-oil salesmen,” and worse. Soon, physicians and many other allied health professionals began to lose their livelihoods. Their reputations suffered. Some lost their licenses to practice medicine, others were levied fines for daring to speak publicly of the science they knew would save their patients’ lives.
A few were arrested and are facing trial and potential prison time.
This sounds like something that might have occurred in a despotic regime. But it is happening even in democracies—like the United States of America.
All of this because the eyes of many of the world’s governments, the public health agencies they impaneled, and the corporate giants who fed them were willfully closed to what had been placed before them. They refused to see or even consider the bounty of studies conducted around the world proving that ivermectin—a cheap compound culled from the earth—along with hydroxychloroquine, fluvoxamine, and other globally available, immune-supporting co-interventions and nutritional components, could be used to prevent and treat every phase of covid-19 disease. A few are capable of actually killing the coronavirus…which is what it takes to end a pandemic.
Yet, their greedy eyes turned only one way: To the blinding glow of global profit-making from vaccines meant to stop the spread of COVID-19. This was a payday that could stretch for decades—an opportunity for treasure beyond measure—unlike any other ever known. They were determined that nothing—even the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives—would get in their way.
It is not that vaccines are not important. They are. Along with other countermeasures to limit viral spread, vaccines can decrease the severity of illness related to viral infection with covid-19. But expecting a one-size-fits-all “remedy” to extinguish the virus was flawed—and deadly—from the jump. Deliberate disregard by health authorities of clearly proven scientific evidence demonstrating the efficacy of dozens of early treatments—some that could actually kill the virus—has cost the lives of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children and untold loved ones and friends.
Hydroxychloroquine, an anti-viral and anti-inflammatory drug that blocks viral entry to the cells by altering chemical pathways, was the first to be vilified as so much quackery beginning in April of 2020. Then came the mockery of ivermectin in early 2021, with the power-brokers dubbing the anti-viral as “horse de-wormer,” then sitting back to enjoy the cacophony of guffaws heard rippling throughout social media. That was followed fluvoxamine, a drug with anti-inflammatory properties and capable of increasing melatonin levels, cast as another desperate attempt by anti-vaxxers to trick the public into believing the baloney it was serving up.
But none of that changes the scientific fact that though the available covid-19 vaccines can reduce the severity of illness of viral infection, they cannot annihilate the virus.
The science for why vaccines do not kill the virus can be explained this way:
We know that the nature of all viruses is to mutate so that they can stay alive. The current covid-19 mRNA vaccines make the body create antibodies against the spike protein that was present in the original (Alpha) coronavirus strain. These antibodies can be effective in preventing illness. But when these antibodies attack the virus, the virus—which remains alive— sees the challenge it faces, and goes into overdrive to mutate and create new spike proteins that the antibodies will not recognize. That is why the unrecognized spike proteins in the new variant are capable of penetrating the body’s cells, causing viral illness.
But when we look at the mechanism of action of one early treatment option, Ivermectin, we see that it is capable of actually killing the virus by binding to the spike protein present in the coronavirus—making it impossible for the spike protein to enter the body’s cells. To date, this is true of ivermectin—regardless of the variant of coronavirus it encounters. (Some of the variants, like Delta, have required increased dosing of ivermectin to ensure robust binding to the spike protein. Still, even at higher doses, ivermectin does not pose a risk of toxicity.) The bottom line is this: If the virus is unable to gain access to the cells, viral illness will not occur, and the virus dies.
Killing the virus is the only path to ending the pandemic. That’s why Pfizer, Inc., makers of one of the covid-19 vaccines, put out this statement in July, 2021:
“Alongside vaccines, success against COVID-19 will likely require anti-viral treatments for those who contract the virus.”
Vaccine makers know that vaccines alone cannot eradicate the virus…or the pandemic. Public health agencies know it too. So do government officials who protect the towering pedestal on which they have installed the lucrative vaccines. The “guidance” the health agencies give to health care providers who are treating symptomatic covid-19 patients is simply to send them home, have them wait until they can no longer breathe, then come to the hospital—where many will be placed on ventilators. In their “guidance,” the agencies make no mention of the dozens of immune-boosting interventions or early therapeutics that could arrest progressing disease, keep patients out of hospitals, and preserve their lives. Yet these are the very agencies who have been empowered to guard public health.
It’s little wonder then that, over the last year, many countries with widespread vaccination programs continued to struggle to reduce case counts, hospitalizations and deaths. Some turned to the protocols based around early treatment therapeutics. Given what the science has shown us about the ability of some of the components to kill the virus, it is of little surprise these countries experienced dramatic drops in every crucial measure, resulting in hundreds of thousands of lives saved. In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, where ivermectin was used extensively, covid-19 is considered to be eradicated. Japan experienced similar successes, as did Argentina. Bangladesh—which mounted a program of widespread distribution of ivermectin and other early therapeutic interventions—recorded a single death from covid-19 in the month of November, 2021.
But the countries that relied solely on vaccines—with some even banning ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine—have not fared as well.
Now comes Omicron—the newest strain of covid-19. Not much is known about Omicron, but some doctors and scientists around the world have expressed concern about its transmissibility.
As we wait to learn more about Omicron and can confirm its disease characteristics and patterns, it is imperative for the world to immediately pivot to a mitigation and comprehensive virus eradication strategy that makes sense—rather than profits.
Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, fluvoxamine and the other components in the viral eradication protocols are cheap, safe, globally available and exceedingly effective. (See the I-MASK+ Protocol from the FLCCC.)
The many mutations in the virus that have occurred over the course of the last eighteen months can be attributed to the failed approach of employing virus mitigation rather than extermination strategies.
That must end now. We know how to end this pandemic. Shame on all of us if we continue along the same path of watching people sicken and die unnecessarily.