Today we are joined by Mary Holland with Children’s Health Defense. Holland tells us about the government and private sector response to COVID-19. She implies that rather than focus on treating the virus with current treatments, the government and private sector may want something new. There is money to be made with a new medicine or vaccine rather than something tried-and-true. Is the government putting financial gain in front of our safety?
To get a better perspective of our preparedness for this pandemic, the members of Children’s Health Defense recommend watching the Event 201 study. The people who participated in Event 201 are scientists, business owners, ex-CIA and other government officials. It’s a round-table discussion on how to deal with a pandemic. Will the government follow their advice?
Mo Brossette joins us to talk about the importance of patience during this crisis. Remember it’s all perspective. Yes, it’s a challenge to stay home, but Brossette says that we can choose to be negative or positive. We’ve all said, “If I only had another 24 hours.” Well, we have the time now. Take this time as an opportunity to learn about yourself. Be still and focus on what you can do to help yourself and others.
Here are some articles from Children’s Health Defense relating to today’s topic:
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/dr-fauci-and-covid-19-priorities-therapeutics-now-or-vaccines-later/This is about why we should be prioritizing therapeutics rather than vaccines to deal with COVID-19.
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/what-we-can-learn-from-a-pandemic-tabletop-exercise/This was an exercise in October 2019 that has startling similarities to what we’re going through.
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/related-disorders/autism/us-autism-rates-up-10-percent-in-new-cdc-report/The national autism numbers from late March show that the current rate of autism is 1 in 54 and boys are four times more likely to have autism than girls.
https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/will-deaths-of-despair-outpace-deaths-from-coronavirus/ The models dealing with COVID-19 seem not to have included the deaths that will certainly come from the financial crash.