Cure and prevention

One inexpensive, safe, non-toxic and widely available protocol has proven very effective in treating SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) is using low-dose hydroxychloroquine given early in the illness and in conjunction with zinc.

Inexplicably, the FDA banned the use of hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 in June 2020, claiming that it wasn’t safe. FDA-approved hydroxychloroquine  has an overwhelming safety record and has been in common use for several decades. t is one of the few medicines that can be prescribed for pregnant and breastfeeding women and has for many decades been given to elderly people, those that are immune compromised and children.

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In addition, there is strong evidence, that Vitamin D ‘cuts chance of coronavirus death by half’, study finds:
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PCR test and Ct 40-45

Not many people have heard of cycle thresholds in PCR tests. A simple explanation is that the number of cycle thresholds determines the sensitivity of the test. In Ireland the majority of test arrays (that is the specific test protocol) uses cycle thresholds (ct) of 40-45 as confirmed by HSE and Nphet chair Dr Cillian De ­Gascun. PCR experts know that with cycle thresholds of over 35 or higher (as applied in most US labs and many European labs), the chance that the person is infectious is less than 3%. The chance that the person received a “false positive” result is 97% or higher.



WHO admits false positive  (Comment)

Global Research – Dr. Drosten Scandal
New York Times
Swiss Policy Research


The fact that Dr. Henry (Chief Clinical Officer, HSE) didn’t know how many cycles are used in Ireland is very surprising.

Professor Carl Heneghan

Dr. Fauci

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi

Based on what we know about PCR tests is it highly likely most new cases are simply positive PCR test results and not infectious or even symptomatic cases.

Check the following links for an explanation why asymptomatic cases don’t spread the virus:

Not many people know that a PCR test can be positive for many different reasons, which are listed in the test specification. SPECIFICATION EXAMPLE

Now think about all the lock-downs and mandatory masks in the shops etc…

Deaths and hospitalization

Many people in Ireland think that every person declared as “covid death”, has died because the virus killed them. Fact is, that every patient in hospital is tested at a minimum weekly and we know that there are more than 90% false positive results. We don’t know whether some of the ‘cases’ are simply retests of the same patient that still show a positive result. So when we hear about cases every night on the news – how do we know how many of those people have any symptoms, mild symptoms or have a more serious illness? Why is this data not provided?

We also don’t know if the covid-related death has one or several co-morbidities and if they died of these and just tested positive. Or indeed if the person might have had an accident, landed in hospital, was tested and got a positive result and died of the result of their injuries.

There is no data confirming that we have pandemic since April. At the height of the pandemic, less people died than in January 2018.

The CDC has admitted that only 6% of all deaths recorded as Covid in America were caused by this disease.


The CEO of Pfizer said that even if you get vaccinated, you will not stop getting Covid or transmitting the virus (HSE). Pfizer does not know if the vaccine causes infertility. Also, even if you are vaccinated, you will still have to wear a mask and keep your social distance. The RNA vaccine has never been used in the past, testing on animals has been skipped.

So now the question is, should we vaccinate at all?

What does Luke O’Neill have to say about vaccines?

Doctors around the world are sounding the alarm about the huge risks which are associated with an untested RNA vaccine.
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