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More Filipinos begin to question the mainstream COVID-19 narrative

More Filipinos are awakening to the many false narratives about the new coronavirus and COVID-19 being peddled by governments and mainstream media. In a recent “excursion” through Facebook, we saw regular citizens posting insights which echo some of the points we have been repeating since we first established this website.

We know that many of these posts cannot be attributed to us, for most of the individuals we found (featured below) are unknown to us. None of them have reposted a link from our website, so we know that a majority (if not all) of them have not yet read our site. We are overjoyed by this discovery because it is a validation that if people only followed the evidence, they will come to the same conclusions as we did.

This “pandemic” is not as deadly as we were led to believe, and the policies instituted to control the virus created the problems we are experiencing now. Lockdowns do not work, and the over focus on COVID-19 has caused the unnecessary overburdening of our health care system. COVID-19 symptoms can be treated, and no one has to die – early treatments are available to boost recovery of the immunocompromised. We are not powerless against this virus, and it is time to go back to normal. There is no need for a new normal dominated by paranoia and fear.

Here are some of the more notable posts we found.

COVID-19 is not as deadly as we were made to believe

The RT-PCR test is defective and must not be the basis of policy decisions

Lockdowns are harmful and must be lifted:

…all the hoopla and alarm raised by this [data on COVID-19] has given rise to increased police presence, harsh measures, even imprisonment and detention, including the threat of using universities and schools as quarantine facilities…businesses have closed, and the incidence of poverty is alarmingly high because people have no more jobs. In the private sector where the rule of labor law is “no work, no pay” what happened when you insist on prolonged period of lockdown because you are so afraid of COVID? What does it help keeping people alive but sealing them behind doors, if inside, they die of starvation, hunger or lack of medical assistance?
Fr. Ranhilio Callangan Aquino
Dean, Graduate School of Law, San Bed
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To read Fr. Aquino’s full post, download the following image:

It is safe to reopen schools

Early treatment for COVID-19 can help decongest hospitals

WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE TO PEOPLE WHO WILL FIND THEMSELVES POSSESSING ALL THE SYMPTOMS OF COVID but who will not and cannot go to the hospitals anymore because they cannot be accomodate, and no doctor will go to them because of overload? WHAT SELF-ADMINISTERING PROTOCOL WILL YOU ADVISE THEM?

…Ninety nine percent of all positive patients GET HEALED, GET CURED, WITHOUT INTUBATION, WITHOUT VACCINE. HAVE YOU STUDIED THE BEST PRACTICES OF THESE CONFIRMED HEALING CASES? WHAT COMMON FACORS ARE PRESENT IN THESE VERY HIGH HEALING BATTING AVERAGE?

Read Lyndon Cana’s full post below:

We are not powerless against the coronavirus

Hindi nyo naman kailangang sabihin na mali kayo [you don’t have to say that you were wrong]. Just lift all lockdowns and start protecting the elderly and vulnerable.

Seriously. This is the ONLY viable solution.Sweden did it without a Lockdown. Switzerland saw its death rates go up when they banned HCQ [hydroxychloroquine], and they saw it go back down when they lifted the ban. Both countries learned and adjusted.

We too can learn from them and adjust.

Lift all lockdowns like Sweden did, and educate our doctors on early prophylaxis and early treatment of covid like symptoms. Do this on a national scale!

Here is Francis Abraham’s full post:

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