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1 pm which time zone Mathew? Really interesting.

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Shoot. Eastern. I usually write that, and it was in my head. Thanks for the catch.

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I never noticed that your business address was Heaven on Earth. That must have its own timezone ;-)

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Great show, Mathew, with all my favorite conspiracy analysts. I do think that Liam is your secret weapon. You ask a question and <poof> Liam makes it so. Does he also know sign language? There was something going on when he was retrieving some bit of obscure data for you.

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He did that unprompted, which is how a good copilot works.

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Mathew, you did say Eastern time. I never watch anything live online, as it would entail contorting my life into a pretzel. As it turned out, I spent four hours listening to podcasts today, as I listened also to Kyle Seraphin interviewing a gentleman by the name of Benz, who had a front-row seat in the State Department as the CIC launched, like one of Bezos' rockets, in 2016. I highly recommend the Kyle Seraphin show on Rumble.

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Can you say that it in Zulu time?

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I'd buy popcorn for this episode, if it wasn't that I quit all things GMO corn 😄

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Pop some bio rice then ;)

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

Look at this:

https://substack.com/profile/45049691-fabian-spieker/note/c-15808435?utm_source=notes-share-action

There are 2 hospitals in Minnesota that stand out. They cared for 7.3% of COVID decedents, but for 21.9% of COVID decedents with acute kidney failure.

St Cloud Hospital: 86 / 511 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure

Regions Hospital: 80 / 551 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure

Abbott Northwestern Hospital: 10 / 507 COVID decedents suffered acute kidney failure

Mayo Clinic Hospital-Rochester St Mary's Campus 0 / 411 COVID decedents sufffered acute kidney failure

Range: 0% - 17% of COVID deaths were associated with acute kidney failure in the 4 hospitals with the most COVID deaths in Minnesota!

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

kidney failure was the reason it was pulled from the ebola trial

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I've seen several people reference the Ebola trial. I've criticized this comparison because it's almost as if people forgot that Ebola has such a high case fatality rate. The Ebola trial for Remdesivir broke nearly every rule of an early treatment regimen, so much so that the authors of the trial even suggested that for every day that treatment of any kind was not provided the odds of dying increased by 11%.

There's a lot of problems with the clinical trial, and anyone who has criticized the IVM trials should take into account all of the issues with the Ebola trial:

https://moderndiscontent.substack.com/p/remdesivir-retrospective-problems

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Oh I was wondering about that. Do you have a link for me?

Planning to write an article on this soon.

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023

Bitchute Dr Ardis references Ebola trial. Similarities to chemo drug AZT used for HIV positive people.

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This website has a link to the Ebola trial https://www.protocolkills.com/about-remdesivir

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Wow.

That's critical data.

Thank you.

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Hehe wait for the article I'm writing.

I linked all payments made to Minnesota doctors to their workplaces and will list Acute Kidney Failures for those hospitals.

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Angioedema and pulmonary edema are two more SE that acting as contributive factors resulting in renal failure and coded as symptoms of 'covid'

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Thank you for pointing this out.

This seemed to happen during the spanish flu as well, where huge doses of acetylsalicyclic acid were pretty commonly prescribed (>10g/d ).

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Looks like Mayo got the least toxic batch.

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Wasn't that Didier Raoult in February 2020? In Marseille? For which he was almost crucified?

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It's tricky. Remdesivir is not the devil.

98349 US adverse event reports of SARS-CoV-2 infections of which...

...4623 mention Remdesivir (4.70%)

...1160 mention Azithromycin (1.18%)

...730 mention Ceftriaxone (0.74%)

...2983 mention Dexamethason (3.03%)

...2324 mention at least 2 of the above (2.36%)

...360 mention at least 3 of the above (0.37%)

1633 US adverse event of SARS-CoV-2 infections with acute kidney failure of which...

...467 mention Remdesivir (28.6%)

...114 mention Azithromycin (6.98%)

...129 mention Ceftriaxone (7.90%)

...267 mention Dexamethason (16.35%)

...266 mention at least 2 of the above (16.29%)

...55 mention at least 3 of the above (3.37%)

Risk ratios with 95% CI

{

Remdesivir: [ 5.606859861886253, 6.08382552743882, 6.601365819737892 ],

Azithromycin: [ 4.91389273164134, 5.9187585784572505, 7.12911433423985 ],

Ceftriaxone: [ 8.883327393989536, 10.642670435957017, 12.75045137760313 ],

Dexamethason: [ 4.803812518706442, 5.390657900382223, 6.049193736390498 ],

'At least two': [ 6.131825347451382, 6.8933332841469985, 7.749412462649338 ],

'At least three': [ 6.9575049303774374, 9.201189018166973, 12.168425347194637 ]

}

Still working on the article.

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Go look at Coquin de Chien...he did Massachusetts, and ther death from kidney failure is astronomical...all of the patients received remdesivir. I think he is trying to sue the State of Mass over this.

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Awesome. Thank you for pointing that out. I have 8 years worth of death certificates for Massachusetts.

Right now it doesn't look like it's that simple though.

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Also disrupt gut biome and in the case of Dexa will suppress immune response and inflammation. Dexa shown to be helpful when administered at specific time of symptom progression. Any increase in creatinine would prompt special renal dosing for the antibiotics. Thing is there was no virus to treat, ever.

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Can you link me to an article?

I do have Massachusetts death certificates for 2015-2022 as well.

I will look at that!

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Here is an article to get you started...you might want to talk with him directly via his substack https://coquindechien.substack.com/p/beaudoin-v-baker-et-al-2022-full

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Jun 7, 2023·edited Jun 7, 2023

No one thing, Designed this way on purpose, Remdesivir is a catalyst among many. The above are heavy hitters on vasculature when administered IV, Dexa suppresses immune response, only helpful if administered within specific time frame during progression of symptoms

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No wait, this is much better:

https://substack.com/@covdata/note/c-16327091

Not happening in the best clinic in the state, despite Mayo being one of the two clinics who ran the 5day/10day Remdesivir trials.

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This is precisely what I am saying. It's not just one thing. It's poly-pharma-insanity coupled with a lack of skilled clinicians.

Scroll to the Chart where I compare proportion of decedents with AKI in Mayo Clinic vs. other clinics:

https://vigilance.pervaers.com/publish/post/120298221

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It murdered my brother.

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I'm sorry to hear of your brother's passing.

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Thank you 🙏🏼

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

Yes, I am absolutely convinced these were murders.

The data was crystal clear, the FDA just choose to claim it was inconclusive. Any doctor could have seen this.

Plus hospitals could've stopped prescribing it anytime, when they started seeing people die of kidney failure by the dozen, while hospitals that did not deploy the drug saw no such thing.

And the epidemiological data has STRONG safety signals. The FDA claimed they would stay vigilant in respect to kidney and liver complications, but they did not follow up at all it seems.

These were murders for profit, every single one of them.

PS: My sincere condolences.

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They already knew Remdesivir was deadly.

Used for some other Bio Weapon on humans. , shut down the organs.

This was not an accident

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

I am so sorry for your loss. Same thing happened to my dad. You and your family are in my prayers.

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023

I am sorry you went through that Jjule and MB. Would you consider giving your testimony at the Humanity Betrayal Project https://chbmp.org/. They now have over 700 testimonies for a grand law suit. Also they have an on-line group support too. Again I am so sorry.

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I’m so sorry.

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Heart breaking. 🙏

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Any nurse or doctor who administered Remdesivir is a murderer.

Once they saw 3-4 people die after administering the drug, and they kept doing it, they became serial murderers.

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I will give them a break for the first ten or so that was killed after they administered this toxic shit. After that it was indeed murder.

THIS WAS A VIRAL ILLNESS! PEOPLE HAVE HAD VIRAL ILLNESSES BEFORE. MANY TIMES BEFORE. THE HOSPITALS DIDN'T GIVE PEOPLE WITH VIRAL ILLNESSES A BUNCH OF TOXIC MEDS AND NO ANTI-BIOTIC BEFORE COVID AND SAY OH WELL, I GUESS THEY DIED FROM THE VIRAL ILLNESS.

THESE DOCTORS AND NURSES KNEW THEY WERE KILLING PEOPLE!!!!

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Another thing...people were told to stay home until they couldn't breathe anymore, then go to the hospital.

That is like telling someone who has broken their leg not to come to the hospital for treatment until gangrene sets in.

I no longer have any faith in the medical system.

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I don't see myself ever blindly trusting doctors again.

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My doctor isn't allowed to be a doctor anymore, so now I am my own doctor. Outside of emergency/trauma, I am taking care of this myself. I dont trust these people at all.

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Me too. They drove mine out of business for prescribing HCQ.

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A good doctor is like a good lawyer, there are not many, but when you get a good one, it makes such a difference in life, and when you lose them, oh boy, you really feel it.

I'm defending myself now, and it's not as scary as I thought.

I miss that doctor though, but he is doing good things, he kind of got Obi Wan Kenobi'd. They might have lost this fight by doing this to him.

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Exactly....and a good analogy....and once you have gangrene, no amount of antibiotic or anti viral is gonna help. the leg has to come off.

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You and I would become close friends if we ever meet.

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

Remdesivir was developed at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

The same lab and researcher who worked with the Bat Lady of Wuhan to weaponize the coronavirus.

Start there.

https://sph.unc.edu/sph-news/remdesivir-developed-at-unc-chapel-hill-proves-effective-against-covid-19-in-niaid-human-clinical-trials/

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Kathleen, have you read the last couple of George Webb substacks?

Pretty interesting stuff. 😉

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I read one of them and it made my head spin.

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Remdesivir killed my dad. This highly nephrotoxic drug was administered to my dad despite his having only 1 kidney (and with no informed consent). Tried to find a lawyer in Florida to sue for medical malpractice given this serious contra-indication but am told Florida Statute 768.38 protects hospitals from all liability related to treating Covid patients, and also reduced the statute of limitations from 2 years to 1 year. It’s devastating to know we cannot even attempt to get any measure of justice, and in Florida of all places.

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People think Florida is this great freedom place. I have tried to educate many people that Florida is free kill in hospitals.

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I am sorry. Mourning death is hard enough. Senseless, preventable, state-sanctioned murder is another kind of hell.

WTH is up with the Florida attorney general? Seems like the AGs could be doing so much on issues like this.

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I'm so sorry.

The abolition of liability for all things c0vld was atrocious. Insane. Nobody ever anywhere before ever said that doctors and hospitals ought not continue to do their best to care for sick or dying patients. Crises and allegedly novel conditions call for more creativity, curiosity, and ingenuity. Not less.

Evil.

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Thatis over the line into criminal. I am so sorry.

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Have you spoken to Jeff Childers in Florida? He may have advice.

https://g.co/kgs/WHd7kF

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Yes and thank you very much for the helpful suggestion. Jeff and his team do amazing work. They referred me to another law firm but no luck. I’ve been told by my some lawyers that our case is very compelling and certainly indicative of medical malpractice, but the FL Statute provides too much protection for the hospitals in their treatment of Covid and requires an even greater burden of proof on the plaintiff’s part than traditional medical malpractice cases require (a burden that they expect to be insurmountable). Apparently other states (e.g., Georgia) have laws more reasonable for plaintiffs. Thank you again for taking the time to make the suggestion - I always hope forums like Substack might attract someone who can take a bold and creative approach to our case.

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Oh this is ghastly....maybe you can work to remove the liability from the statute? Have you talked to Disantis, or better yet, write to Ladapo...he has a good head on his shoulder and might need to hear your story to help him make further changes?

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Yep, all roads seem to lead to (or intersect with) the "Percheron Farm".

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The what?

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"Who is Robert Malone?" was the promotion of a famous novel by Ayn Rand titled "Atlas went off the grid to live with chickens and cows"

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This makes no sense. Use of a quotation mark denotes precision, or in some cases, the writer demonstrates disagreement with another's use of language. Here, it is unclear what you intend.

The title of Malone's Substack is indeed a reference to Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged," in which the question is asked "Who is John Galt?" You suggest that the promotion for this 1957 novel stated "Atlas went off the grid to live with chickens and cows." This is a reference to the fact that John Galt exited society due to its failure to respect the rights of individuals.

Yet, "off the grid" wasn't a phrase in 1957. Atlas wasn't a character. Atlas is a reference to the Greek mythological Titan who was condemned to hold up the heavens for eternity. Thus, when Atlas "shrugged," the world would be sent askew.

Unlike Atlas, your punishment should be less severe. You should be condemned to never use a quotation mark again.

Finally, despite the reference to Ayn Rand's work, anyone who worked directly or indirectly for the military industrial complex is not "John Galt" material.

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It's called absurdist humor.

It is meant to make no sense at first. Then the audience has to make some connections with things they already know, or do some research and then understand the problem postulated.

It's like a riddle, meant to convey information and entertainment.

The reply had enough information for the person was asking what was mean by the cryptic "Percheron Farm."

As for the punishment, we have to revise that because yesterday I received a package containing 200 tons of quote signs and I intend to spend them before they go bad.

Atlas is a reference to all people like John Galt, who work and work for the benefit of himself and everyone, and then he does not get the award he desires. What would happen to civilization if all such people were to say "fuck it, I'm leaving, I don't care anymore"? Civilization would collapse without these people. They are collectively like Atlas, and Civilization is the World over his shoulders. That's the idea.

Some individuals are better than others and they should be given the respect they have earned.

I take your comment as facetious in good humor. Another example of effective autism. We are all on the spectrum, somehow.

Cheers!

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

"I take your comment as facetious in good humor." Guilty as charged. (Notice correct use of quotation marks). I don't know why I get a kick out of deconstructing comments until they are ruined, but I do. I didn't like your comment because I didn't want to leave any signs of how to interpret my reply.

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LOL

I like to deconstruct comments too, sometimes.

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Because you are a grammar Nazi? As a fellow recovering grammar Nazi I can only say ...

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..I wish I knew how to put a horse emojis iin a post.....I can only find them when I

hit a key accidentally....I must go ask a 7 year old......

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Rundeathisnear.

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I was just waiting for JJCouey and George Webb together on this show. Looking forward to this!

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Remdesivir was developed through an academic-corporate partnership between Gilead Sciences and Ralph Baric’s lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health.

https://sph.unc.edu/sph-news/remdesivir-developed-at-unc-chapel-hill-proves-effective-against-covid-19-in-niaid-human-clinical-trials/

Remdesivir: The Ebola drug reject taxpayers have spent $70.5M on . . . so far [2020]

Remdesivir is a drug looking for a market. In January 2020, Fierce Biotech ran an article about Gilead’s plan to cash in othe the coronavirus pandemic with a drug that it hadn’t been able to make any money on yet:

“Gilead Sciences is considering repositioning . . . remdesivir as a treatment for the coronavirus now sweeping across parts of China. The antiviral last made headlines when Gilead tested it, with little success, as a treatment for Ebola virus.

“As happened during the Ebola outbreak, the surge in cases of infection with a potentially fatal strain of the coronavirus in parts of China has led to a flurry of statements from biotechs with assets they claim could help keep the virus under control.

“Based on previous outbreaks, few, if any, of the programs now being talked up will lead to drugs that make a difference, either therapeutically or commercially . . . Gilead has a drug that has already been tested in humans. That positions Gilead to respond more quickly to the outbreak, although it also leaves scope to doubt whether it has a drug capable of tackling coronavirus.

“Gilead pushed remdesivir forward quickly in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases in response to the West African Ebola virus epidemic that began in 2013. The R&D program culminated in a randomized controlled clinical trial that tested remdesivir and three other drugs in patients with Ebola.

“The trial found two of the drugs were more effective than remdesivir, putting an end to efforts to establish [it] as a treatment option in Ebola.”

Public Citizen estimates that taxpayers have, so far, contributed at least $70.5 million to develop remdesivir, and argues that if it turns out it works, Americans shouldn’t have to pay twice for it. Instead, remdesivir should be distributed to patients for free through a public health system.

But, this begs another question: Is all the money that has been invested in—and could be made from—this drug, preventing the government from being objective as to the drug’s actual promise?

Critics say Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, skewed results of the remdesivir trials—and still got weak results.

Meryl Nass, in her blog post, “Faking Results: Fauci’s NIAID-paid Remdesivir Study Changed Its Outcome Measures Twice, in Order to Show Even a Whiff of Benefit,” writes:

“Fauci … has done the unthinkable in medicine: changed the goalposts, twice, on his remdesivir study in order to provide the appearance of benefit. Even then, benefit was quite small.”

This surely has nothing to do with the fact that at least eight members of the NIH panel that writes COVID guidelines have financial interests in Gilead Sciences.

https://organicconsumers.org/dr-coronavirus-hunter-ralph-baric-preparing-us-pandemic-or-putting-us-peril-one/

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This is a mere fraction of the story.

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It’s just what I knew in 2020. Can’t wait to hear what you’ve dug up since then!

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If you use the Wayback Machine, you find that 9 of the 56 members of the treatment guideline panel started out declaring Gilead ties.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200422155524/https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/panel-financial-disclosure/

Within a short time, that number narrowed to 7.

https://covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/panel-financial-disclosure/

The two did not drop out. They just altered their declarations.

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Fauci has a financial interest in Gilead.

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May 17, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

Here are some links to information I found interesting over the last few days. Nothing about Remdesivir, though.

US20220172806 - ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SYSTEM

https://patentscope2.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=US362949218&_cid=JP1-L42U0X-73422-1

054 Defense-related activities:

Radiation exposure compensation trust fund

https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/24-1_fy2024.pdf

https://www.eeas.europa.eu/delegations/un-geneva/34th-session-wipo-standing-committee-law-patents-scp-general-statement_en?s=62

This new Public Discussion Forum (PIUG-PF) was initiated for new discussion and blog topics on October 20, 2019.

https://www.piug.org/PIUG-PF

Cellular Patent pools (smells like an inversion of 2008)

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221109005073/en/Sisvel-Launches-Its-Cellular-IoT-Patent-Pool

By Mr. JOYCE of Ohio:

H.R. 3009.

Congress has the power to enact this legislation pursuant to the following:

Article I, Section 8, Clause 18

The single subject of this legislation is: To direct the Secretary of Defense to carry

out a pilot program to pre-program suicide prevention resources into certain smart de-

vices issued to members of the Armed Forces

https://www.congress.gov/118/crec/2023/04/28/169/72/CREC-2023-04-28-pt1-PgH2119-24.pdf

A pilot program to pre-program - whatever - through the military into certain smart devices, gives off Pandora's box vibes to me.

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That does not sound good...usually it means the opposite when the government is writing publically....

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Remember how the “War On Cancer” was announced by Pres. Biden in January 2022?

It turns out that “UC San Francisco has launched the Baszucki Lymphoma Therapeutics Initiative to increase the effectiveness and availability of chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR T) therapy for lymphoma patients….” Only one month prior, in December 2021.

You might want to check out how the companies which make cancer therapies like CAR T are doing these days…

https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2021/12/421931/6m-gift-family-roblox-creator-launches-new-initiative-advance-car-t-therapy

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“Google cofounder Sergey Brin; Roblox founder David Baszucki and his wife, author Jan Ellison Baszucki; and Keystone Capital chairman Kent Dauten and his wife, Liz Dauten, each committed $50 million over five years to a global endeavor called BD² Breakthrough Discoveries for Thriving with Bipolar Disorder…

…The BD² effort is being guided by the Milken Institute’s Center for Strategic Philanthropy, an arm of the think tank founded by billionaire former junk-bond king Michael Milken.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kerryadolan/2022/09/12/sergei-brin-robloxs-david-baszucki-and-kent-dauten-of-keystone-capital-commit-150-million-to-fight-bipolar-disorder/?sh=575b6aca10cc

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I stopped believing in Malone’s altruism months ago and Steve’s incessant seeking for responses from the cabal are pretty useless.

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All roads lead to Fauci. Fauci received royalties on Remdesivir and he pushed it as CDC’s covid policy response. I’m sure bribes/incentives were offered to hospitals for each dose prescribed (mandated). As always, follow the money. Greed, not public health, is Fauci’s specialty.

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I think this is much larger/deeper than Fauci.

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It may be larger and deeper, but when you deep dive I think you will find Fauci’s fingerprints all over it, either as a master pusher or a greedy psycho willing to do whatever he’s told. He has a history of manipulating for his gain and his power. He’s truly evil.

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Fauci is not likely the head of the snake. Gilead's history includes Chairman Donald Rumsfeld who took a far greater seat of power. But the head of the snake would surely be further up than either of those men.

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

Rumsfeld had his murderous fingers in pushing the toxic anthrax vaccine on the military.

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As well as paved the way for an excito-toxic artificial sweetener yo be passed by the FFA

Rumsfeld's former boss has him to thank for greasing the wheels for aspartame's approval.

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May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

This is the problem. Fauci is the public face of an endeavor that has deep roots back into, back into what? Probably the military. I'm a gardener by trade and I can tell you, deep roots snap before you can get the whole thing out, unless you do it just right.

I applaud you efforts. You are getting to the core.

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It’s going to be interesting to see the corrupt head(s) of the snake. Looking forward to see what/who is exposed.

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Do not expect heads of snakes to be named. This isn't that sort of deep dive and would require inside knowledge or amazing modeling.

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Well darn….

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Yeah there is more people than the corrupt Fauci for sure. I think also that HIV was their test run. They got away with killing a lot of people with their toxic AZT and it didn't matter to the majority of the world. It wasn't us that they were killing. Now they came after us and our children.

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Criticize Malone and you’ll lose me. I don’t agree with everything he says but I think he’s doing more for the world than just about anyone.

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I'm not going to exclude documentation because a reader asks me to skip past some facts, and it would be absurd of anyone to put pressure on somebody to do so.

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Ditto Matt. ✔

"Go where the evidence leads".

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Sounds like an excuse for predatory journalism to me, but I’ll wait to hear what you have to say.

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Good soldier.

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Actually I don't want to hear what you have to say, because Malone is doing such great work that saying anything bad about him, even if true - and we all have human failings - is to just give fuel to the idiots and/or deep state operatives who are constantly attacking him. Any dirt on him, to be worth reporting, would have to be much worse than I think is possible, especially with him being strongly supported by Drs. Cole, Kory, Marik, McCullough, Nass and Kheriaty, plus Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Del Bigtree and many other great and prominent people. I'd think it over, dude.

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"predatory journalism" - Done properly journalism IS a hunt. A hunt for facts, truth, whatever you want to call it. Getting it is a hunt.

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023Liked by Mathew Crawford

It's rarely an either/or is it? And that is how psyops often work - with limited hangouts.

https://rumble.com/v2nsq36-the-root-of-degroot.html?mref=1b8qxb&mrefc=2&utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

(Strange I went to edit a word and the entire comment disappeared.)

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I've seen that.

Refresh page.

It's there, and edited. (Glitch in the Substack matrix.)

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Some points I side with Dr Malone (he worked for a different company than Webb says that had the same name). Other questions make me think. I like that.

We all have to tolerate criticism, so why shouldn't Dr Malone? Or Steve Kirsch? Or Mathew Crawford for that matter? Expect it and deal with it.

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Turtles All The Way Down = Corruption All the Way Down

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There is ONE More thing. We don't talk about this. The @ssholes that are committing genocide on us have been doing this for a very long time. Sure they have been giving us poison shots for quite some time. Poisoning our water, toothpaste with fluoride and other chemicals, however we don't talk about how when we are sick and need some vitamins to get better, as our crappy processed foods do not usually come close to the vitamins we really need to survive, they give us an extremely low dose of vitamins. THE FDA RECOMMENDS VERY LOW DOSES. YOU GO TO THE STORE AND BUY YOUR VITAMINS, THAT MAY BE MADE BY CHINA, AND YOU ARE PATTING YOURSELF ON THE BACK FOR DOING THE HEALTHY THING, BUT ARE TAKING PEDIATRIC DOSES OF VITAMINS. LOTS OF TIMES OUR VITAMINS WE BUY IS HORRIFICALLY LOW DOSES AND WE DON'T REALIZE THAT.

This is equivalent to dying of dehydration in a desert and some one comes along and says I am going to save you. I got water. Here is two teaspoons of water to drink. You are so thirsty you say thank you an drink it. But you need more to survive. Lots more. You ask for more water and they say I just gave you two teaspoons. You can't have any more. But you say two teaspoons isn't nearly enough to survive. I need at least several glasses of water right now to hydrate. They say no. You don't get that and walk away.

THIS HAS BEEN HAPPENING FOR QUITE SOME TIME. EVEN WHEN WE KNOW WE NEED VITAMINS THE VITAMIN AMOUNT WE TAKE OR IS RECOMMENDED IS EXTREMELY LOW. REMEMBER THIS. Please watch Dr. John Campbell video. He basically explains this here. I have been saying this for a long time now. Nice to see people catching on finally.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3_t-EQIy0s

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