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The spread of COVID-19, a US case



The COVID-19 pandemic has spread around the world. No one underestimates its consequences any more, and fewer and fewer believe that the survival of humanity is endangered by the pandemic. It seems, however, that all the weaknesses of the modern world, especially in the West, have now manifested themselves in the most drastic form. This is especially true of the United States during the election year because it was hit by the largest internal confrontation since the civil war of 1861-65, writes Slobodan Košarić.

These weaknesses must be studied and analyzed, because they threaten the world. And that the world would be better after the pandemic, and no worse than now. These days, we are shocked by the censorship that CNN and other major media in the United States are applying to doctors who have dared to point out the impact of giant drug corporations on people’s lives by banning hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as cheap and forcing the incomparably more expensive Remdesivir.

Michel Chossudowski and Paul Craig Roberts wrote in detail, pointing to the fault of Trump adviser Anthony Fauci. And as ten-year 'outlaw' adviser to the World Bank and the World Health Organization Peter Koenig rightly points out, the world must be saved from the uncontrolled power of informal and unelected elite groups, especially in the United States, which we call more and more the 'deep state', to impose a global dictatorship on the world, under the motto The Great Reset.

Endangered by the “crown” and the “deep state”, we must research, analyze and learn lessons. Here we will present one of the most detailed and accurate reviews of the behavior of American authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the original document from the US government’s coordinating body for the resolution of the COVID-19 crisis, which is not so well guarded that it is not seen by anyone, many interesting facts can be established. That is to say, at the start of the epidemic, the White House hired a secretary of state, that is. Health Minister Alex Azar, to periodically organize meetings with experts from the American CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) and experts from Johns Hopkins University.

At the same time, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sent then Inspector General Steve Linick to attend such meetings. To date, these meetings have the status of the US government’s most authoritative High Body in relation to the pandemic. However, politicians and experts often had different opinions. In those meetings, American politicians admitted that at the start of the epidemic, the data published, by order of the state leadership, had been deliberately mitigated.

That is to say, in the first phase of the epidemic, Trump feared that if the true number of infected and dead people became public, there would be serious disturbances on the stock market and within his voting body. Therefore, due to political interference, the CDC has lost the public’s trust. Despite this, Pompeo hired Inspector General Steve Linick to continue monitoring meetings and overseeing the data release process. Obviously the experts didn’t like it at all.

At the same time, the US administration has begun to control all channels through which scientific articles are published, such as, for example, the renowned journal Nature. They organized experts to write scientific articles on the epidemic and at the same time rigorously checked that no documents contrary to the interests of the American administration were published. In particular, they have engaged in the scrutiny of experts who write against the administration’s official views, with the aim of using the pandemic to eliminate hostile individuals.

There is a special secret team in the United States to monitor and control the PREDICT virus. That team found the COVID-19 virus in October 2019, stating that there was no cure for it. And that is much earlier than the official date when the public found out about the virus. Evidently, the American government hid the data for a long time, and because of that, the experts were openly dissatisfied. The opinion of the experts was that precisely because of the concealment of data by the administration, a situation arose where many more people were killed, because there was no reaction in time.

At the meetings, American politicians also asked a team of experts to cooperate in the investigation against China. U.S. technology companies were also asked to cooperate in finding secret information about the COVID-19 epidemic in China. All such evidence and data were to be reported to the State Department and Health Minister Azar. In addition, at one of the meetings, it was announced that the American intelligence service is also deeply involved in the fight against the epidemic and that they have a very important role.

In that context, it was mentioned that the focus should be on recruiting Chinese students in America to engage in the collection of secret data on the study of the vaccine in China. The same recruitment procedure applies to students at Chinese universities. A proposal was made to corrupt the Chinese with high sums who would agree to participate in the experiment with American vaccines. In addition, the task is to find secret channels in Chinese technology companies that have points of contact with the epidemic.

So far, the mentioned activities have not yielded the expected results. Politicians announced at the meetings that the American government had already made a “three-step” plan in mid-March 2020 on how to realize the request for compensation from China. That plan is: to encourage individuals to file applications, and in the second step to raise it to the level of filing applications in each of the American states. Afterwards, key people from the White House would file claims for compensation on behalf of the American administration. That is why the American government is asking the experts to cooperate with the Trump administration regarding the collection of data that can support the submission of compensation claims against China.

It was additionally said at the meetings that the experts for the epidemic use foreigners who do not have American citizenship and the black population for medical experiments with vaccines. The full agreement of American politicians and experts has been reached on that.The closer the American elections get, the more often politicians and experts have different opinions, and there are different views among politicians. Both Democrats and Republicans intend to use the pandemic to achieve their political goals. In such circumstances, it happened that Inspector General Steve Linick, who could have a first-hand insight into the full information, was fired because he was close to the Democratic bloc.

There is a possibility that he was dismissed not only because of the initiation of the investigation against Pompeo, as it is claimed in public, but primarily because he bothered the Republicans in further setting up the problem of the crown of the pandemic.By all accounts, selfishness seems to be above the general interest and mammonism above humanism are fatal symptoms of the American virus, which threatens America and the world more than COVID-19.

These fatal symptoms are hidden behind the “surface symptoms”, already pandemic in the world – sudden explosions of street violence caused by network and hybrid warfare technologies. But just as network fiction cannot overwhelm human creativity, and just as devalued Western media cannot hide the real progress of the economy, culture, and medicine in Greater Eurasia, we also expect Greater Eurasia to soon offer vaccines to people all over the planet. against COVID-19 and against the American virus.

All opinions expressed in the above article are those of the author alone, and do not reflect any opinions of EU Reporter.


Merkel plans circuit-break lockdown as German virus cases surge




Chancellor Angela Merkel pressed regional leaders on Wednesday (28 October) to agree to a partial lockdown in Germany which would see restaurants and bars closed but keep schools open, a draft document seen by Reuters said, write and

The drastic measures, to take effect from 4 November, are aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus in Europe’s biggest economy as the number of new cases hit a record high.

Under the planned new restrictions people would only be able to go out with members of their own and one other household. Fitness studios, discos and cinemas would close, as would theatres, opera houses and concert venues.

Restaurants would only be allowed to offer takeaways, the document said. Shops could remain open if they implement hygiene measures and limit customer numbers.

Merkel will hold a virtual conference with the country’s 16 state premiers later to try to agree the nationwide rules and ditch a confusing patchwork of regional measures.

Almost all regions of Germany face an exponential increase in infection rates, said the document to be discussed, and local health authorities can no longer trace all infections.

“The aim is to interrupt the dynamic of the infection fast so no far-reaching limits on personal contact and economic activity are needed over the Christmas period,” it said.

Germany was widely praised for keeping infection and death rates below those of many of its neighbours in the first phase of the crisis but is now in the midst of a second wave. Cases rose by 14,964 to 464,239 in the last 24 hours, the Robert Koch institute for infectious diseases said on Wednesday.

Deaths jumped by 85 to 10,183, fuelling fears about the health system after Merkel warned on Tuesday it could hit breaking point if infections continue to spiral.

“If we wait until intensive care is full, it is too late,” Health Minister Jens Spahn, who last week tested positive for the virus, told broadcaster SWR.

The government has long insisted it wants to avoid a second blanket lockdown after an initial one this year hit economic growth, with the economy shrinking by a record 9.7% in the second quarter.

While economists expect a rebound for the July-Sept period, they warn that a further lockdown could wipe out growth in the last quarter. Third quarter data is due on 30 October.

Under the plans, the government aims to provide aid to firms hit by closures, including the cultural event sectors.

Only necessary overnight stays would be allowed, according to the document. Brothels, swimming pools, beauty and tattoo studios would close but physiotherapists and hairdressers could stay open. The steps would run until the end of November but are subject to review.

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Italy approves trial of osteoporosis drug to treat COVID-19




Italy’s main medicines regulator gave the go-ahead on Tuesday (27 October) for human clinical trials on raloxifene, a generic osteoporosis drug that researchers hope may also help reduce COVID-19 symptoms and make patients less infectious, writes .

The drug was identified as a potential COVID-19 treatment by researchers using supercomputers to screen more than 400,000 molecules for chemical characteristics that might inhibit the virus, focusing on those already approved for use in humans.

Andrea Beccari, from Excalate4Cov, a public-private consortium led by Italy’s Dompé Farmaceutici, said researchers hoped that raloxifene - a generic drug known as a selective oestrogen receptor modulator - would block replication of the virus in cells and thus slow down progress of the disease.

“It inhibits virus replication, thus preventing the worsening of patients with mild symptoms, and also decreases infectivity, limiting the viral load,” said Marco Allegretti, head of research at Dompé Farmaceutici.

There was some evidence early in the coronavirus pandemic that oestrogen present in pre-menopausal women might have a protective effect against the virus. Some scientists think raloxifene, which is prescribed to strengthen the bones of older women with lower levels of oestrogen, the female hormone, may provide the same kind of protection.

The trial will involve 450 hospital and home patients at Rome’s Spallanzani Hospital and Humanitas in Milan in the initial phase.

They will be given a seven-day treatment of raloxifene capsules in a randomised sample and 174 more people may be added in the final stage. Enrolment will last 12 weeks.

The Excalate4Cov platform is backed by the European Commission and coordinates supercomputing centres in Italy, Germany and Spain with pharmaceutical companies and research centres, including the University of Louvain, Fraunhofer Institut, Politecnico di Milano and Spallanzani Hospital.

It uses a chemical library of 500 billion molecules and can process 3 million molecules per second using four supercomputers of more than 122 Petaflops, a unit of computing speed equal to one thousand trillion floating-point operations a second.

Researchers harnessed the power of the supercomputers to create a three-dimensional structure of 12 coronavirus proteins and conduct simulations to see where the proteins may be attacked by a drug.

“It took a million hours of calculation,” Beccari said, adding that, as research continued, it may be possible to develop second-generation drugs superior to raloxifene.

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France sees highest number of COVID-19 patients going into hospital since April




French hospitals registered 1,307 new coronavirus patients on Monday in the highest one-day increase since 2 April, which saw 1,607 new patients, as the health system comes under increasing stress from a runaway infection rate, writes Geert De Clercq.

French health ministry data showed that France now has a total of 17,784 coronavirus patients in its hospitals, compared with a record 32,292 on 14 April, at the height of the March-May lockdown.

The ministry also reported 26,771 new confirmed coronavirus cases in past 24 hours, from 52,010 on Sunday (25 October). On Monday, the tally usually drops sharply because of reporting lags over the weekend.

The death toll went up by 257, taking the cumulative total since the start of the epidemic to 35,018. The number of people in intensive care units rose by 186 to 2,770.

Several regions in France have implemented emergency plans in hospitals, delaying non-essential operations to make space in ICU units for COVID-19 patients and cancelling staff holidays.

Sources told Reuters that authorities were looking at options for still tighter measures to fight COVID-19, including starting a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m curfew earlier, confining people to their homes at weekends except for essential trips, and closing non-essential shops.

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