Peter McCullough is an American cardiologist and Professor Of Medicine who has gained attention for his views and opinions on the fake pandemic. He has been outspoken about his beliefs regarding the treatment and management of COVID-19, particularly early outpatient treatment.

He has made a significant impact in the field of cardiovascular medicine and has published extensively on various topics related to cardiology, including heart failure, hypertension, and cardiovascular risk management.

Peter has been an advocate for preventive cardiology.

Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko was an American family physician who gained international attention during the fake pandemic for his promotion of a three-drug combination of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), zinc sulfate and azithromycin as an outpatient treatment. He called this treatment the “Zelenko Protocol.”

He died from lung cancer in June 2022. He was 48 years old.

Flatten what curve

mRNA vaccines, such as the ones developed by Pfizer and Moderna, are a new type of vaccine technology.

According to the scientific literature, traditional vaccines usually contain weakened or inactivated viruses or pieces of the virus that help our immune system recognise and fight the real virus if we get exposed to it later.

mRNA vaccines, on the other hand, use a different approach. Instead of introducing parts of the virus, they provide our cells with a small piece of genetic material called messenger RNA (mRNA) which is like a set of instructions that tells our cells how to make a harmless piece of the virus, called a spike protein. This spike protein is found on the surface of the actual virus and helps it enter our cells. When our cells receive the mRNA instructions, they use them to produce the spike protein.

Once the spike protein is made, our immune system recognises it as foreign and mounts an immune response against it.

This response helps our immune system “learn” how to recognise and attack the spike protein.

So, if we later encounter the actual virus, our immune system is ready to fight it off because it already knows how to recognise and target the spike protein.

Of course, that’s all based on the assumption that viruses exist.

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