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April 21, 2022 | Telling the Covid Good Guys from the Bad Guys

John Rubino is a former Wall Street financial analyst and author or co-author of five books, including The Money Bubble: What to Do Before It Pops and Clean Money: Picking Winners in the Green-Tech Boom. He founded the popular financial website in 2004, sold it in 2022, and now publishes John Rubino’s Substack newsletter.

by Justus R. Hope:

How does one navigate when the traditional media all lie? How can an average person figure out who to believe? What is the truth?

When you notice young, healthy athletes suddenly dropping from heart attacks, and Twitter de-platforms anyone who dares mention it, this tells you not to trust Twitter.

Likewise, when Uttar Pradesh, India eradicates COVID with Ivermectin, yet the FDA suggests the drug is only for horses, you cannot trust the FDA.

When the head of the NIAID finances gain-of-function research in China, resulting in a worldwide pandemic, we should not trust them any longer. How about when the Canadian Truckers – many of them loyal military patriots of Canada – get their donations and bank accounts frozen, their trucks impounded, and many arrested?

We should all awaken and check to see how intact our human rights are wherever we live.

When we see a direct correlation between the deaths per million in a country with the more vaccinations, the more deaths, perhaps we should not trust the vaccine manufacturers and any governmental, tech, or media in bed with them.

While we may notice the strong ties between Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum, and many of the World’s Tech Billionaires, perhaps we should look a little further into the details before we condemn all wealthy people as part of the Great Reset. We need to look at the person, their background, and their deeds to determine whether to trust them.

When it comes to Mike Lindell, we notice his contribution of 10,000 pillows to the Canadian Truckers. Dr. Paul Alexander said this about him, “Mike Lindell of ‘MyPillow’ donated 10,000 pillows to the Canadian truckers Freedom convoy in Ottawa; I wanted you to know of his benevolence, this is a businessman but a true good-hearted person.”

Lindell may be the butt of late-night comedian jokes, but I agree with Dr. Paul Alexander that he is a good guy.

Who else are the good guys? France’s Dr. Didier Raoult and America’s Dr. Vladimir Zelenko were the first heroes and the first to be attacked. But, as I wrote in my book on Ivermectin for the World, we have many heroes. Among those I wrote about include, first and foremost, Dr. George Fareed and Dr. Brian Tyson, who saved 10,000 COVID patients using early treatment.

Next, Dr. Peter McCullough was the first academic to have the guts to speak out against the mRNA vaccine, and he did so at high personal and professional cost. Later, Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Tess Lawrie saved hundreds of thousands of lives by informing the world about Ivermectin, and they are true heroes that shall go down in the annals of medical history.

Dr. Paul Marik, who innovated a solution to the problem of Sepsis using cheap Vitamin C and later mentored the FLCCC to save the world from COVID, is a favorite son of South Africa, also a beloved and storied professor from the East Virginia Medical School.

Unfortunately, he also faced the wrath of Big Pharma and the US Medical Industrial Complex. Dr. Harvey Risch was one of the first Ivy League academics to stake his reputation on the effectiveness of Hydroxychloroquine, and he remains correct.

Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter ran the first Ivermectin inpatient trial, the ICON Study, and is a good guy.

Other good guys include Argentina’s Dr. Hector Carvallo and Brazil’s Dr. Flavio Cadegiani. The founding members of the FLCCC led by Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Paul Marik include Dr. Fred Wagshul, Dr. Joseph Varon, Dr. Jose Iglesia, and Dr. Keith Berkowitz, all deserve the world’s respect and trust.

Since the publication of Ivermectin for the World, we have seen Dr. Robert Malone come forward, at great professional risk and cost to himself, and found the Unity Project and the International Alliance of Physicians and Surgeons.

Dr. Malone’s contribution is paramount, given his credibility as the inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology.

Most recently, Elon Musk has stepped forward, offering to purchase Twitter and remove the censorship from the platform.

This move would turn the tables on the Great Reset and restore the voice of the American public.

Some are conflicted and see Musk as a potential bad guy due to his billionaire status and work developing technologies that could be used against the populace. However, upon closer inspection, one notices that Musk has been consistent in his views over the last two years. Musk was among the first to tweet about the potential benefits of using HCQ in early 2020.

Musk’s position has not changed, while the opposition lies, waffles, and double talks.

In his first interview with Joe Rogan in May of 2020, Musk questioned the lockdowns’ wisdom and insisted that our freedoms should come first.

He noted that our liberty and democracy had come at significant cost, and we should not allow them to be eroded so easily [1:17:30, 1:18:43, 1:19:00, 1:26:00].

Looking deeper at Musk, one realizes he is not a sociopath like so many other billionaires.

Sixteen factors help identify a sociopath – according to the Cleckley Profile as set forth by Dr. Hervey M. Cleckley, the expert considered to be the Father of Psychopathy.

He discussed these in his treatise, The Mask of Sanity.

These sociopathic characteristics include superficial charm, untruthfulness, absence of neurosis or anxiety, poverty of emotion, and a lack of remorse or shame. In short, they have cold, reptilian personalities and no conscience. Sociopaths have no anxiety and can often beat lie detector tests because their heart rates and blood pressure can remain stable under questioning that would phase most of us.

While our leading health authorities and top vaccine billionaires easily qualify as sociopaths, Musk’s personality does not fit. He tears up at interviews to the extent the cameraman must stop filming; he exhibits great emotion when speaking about his childhood or challenges with his businesses.

For example, he choked up when talking about a time in 2008. He was down to his last 30 or 40 million, and both his companies, SpaceX and Tesla, were on the brink.

The logical choice was to give the most robust company the last of his funds and let the other one go. He explained it was like deciding which of your children would live and which would die. Musk could not give one up, he explained. As a loving parent, he would have to divide the money equally between the two, although that decision might doom both companies [3:35].

So it’s like which one am I going to do – let one starve to death? I couldn’t bring myself to do it.  So I split the money between the two. Fortunately, thank goodness, they both came through.

Musk is a good guy. He does not endorse the Great Reset narrative. We should welcome any help he can give us to restore free speech and democracy. Cleaning up Twitter is just the start.

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April 21st, 2022

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