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Pandemic Preparedness: Arsonists Run the Fire Department

Pandemic Preparedness: Arsonists Run the Fire Department

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The arsonists must be fired from the Fire Department. The whole fear-driven and deception-based operation that is “pandemic preparedness” must be stopped. If it isn’t, the Covid-19 experience will be converted from a once-in-a-lifetime trauma to a recurring man-made disaster.

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WHO's on First

WHO’s on First

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The global public health plan is not just international cooperation to be better prepared for pandemics. The biomedical state and its partners seek to manage the whole of society using health as the rationale. They’re running away with the game.

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Send This Article to People Who Say “Ivermectin Doesn’t Work for Covid-19”

Send This Article to People Who Say “Ivermectin Doesn’t Work for Covid-19”

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If you hear your pharmacist, physician, or academic dean parrot the malignant regurgitated trope of “Ivermectin doesn’t work for Covid” or that there is “no evidence” or “no data” to support ivermectin’s use in Covid-19, send them this meta-analysis summary and annotated bibliography of over 100 studies.

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Bird Flu, Fear, and Perverse Incentives

Bird Flu, Fear, and Perverse Incentives

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Outbreaks do occur and we should monitor and prepare for them. However, we have allowed the development of a system where outbreaks are almost all that matter. Perceptions of risk, and resultant funding, have become grossly disproportionate to reality. The perverse incentives driving this are obvious, as are the harms. The world will be increasingly unequal and impoverished, and sick, building on the outcomes of the Covid response. Fear promotes profit better than calmness and context. It is on us to remain calm and continually educate ourselves regarding context. No one will sell these to us.

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