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How to end the Pandemic within a few months

Updated: Apr 1

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Mike Roberts
Mike Roberts
Jan 10, 2022

There definitely should have been more focus on treatments; what has happened on those is unconscionable. However, I don't think it's a given that such an approach would have had the effect stated. It all depends on whether health services would have been overrun or not and what variants a much wider replication of the virus would have thrown up.


It's really impossible to know what would have happened with a different approach and we can't really go back and give it another go. So the question is how we go forward and, to be honest, I can't think of a strategy that governments would find acceptable and that would work to end the pandemic or reduce it to something…

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Colin Maxwell
Colin Maxwell
Jan 22, 2022
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Mike... your question re the so-called Omicron scariant and where to from here. IMO this is actually humanity's get out of jail card... we should celebrate its arrival, not be fearful of it.


This is just more psyop scaremongering, but this time we are dealing with something hardly any more challenging than the common cold. This is such a mild pathogen that it is likely the best possible way to build up herd immunity especially for people who have not already compromised their immune systems from mRNA toxic gene therapies like the Pfizer product.


Anyone with a healthy natural immune system who is exposed to this relatively benign wild virus will come away with little more than a snivel. They…


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Unknown member
Jan 09, 2022

Gary, I'm currently recovering from PCR diagnosed Covid. From my perspective here in Australia I will make the following observations.

I'm unvaccinated but I was infected by my double vaccinated wife who also got ill to a very similar level.( mild flu)

Yesterday we had a tally up on who we know who've had covid in the last 2 weeks, 10 was the number. All vaccinated except for me.

I'm not sure how any other conclusion can be made other than "The vaccine doesn't work, it's a flop" if it was a consumer good we would be demanding a refund.

Also it's not a vaccine if it doesn't stop infection.


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Gary Moller
Gary Moller
Jan 09, 2022
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Thank you for sharing your experience and we wish you and your family a rapid and full recovery. The good news is your getting the infection naturally is leading the way to our getting out of this mess.


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