Dr. Didier Raoult, the famous French infectious disease specialist, creator and director of the Mediterranean University-Clinical Institute of Infectious Diseases, used chloroquine for treatment. The results of Dr. Raoult and his institute were outstanding: by the end of March, only 10 of the 2,400 people who received treatment at his institute had died. [—] For 80 years, chloroquine has been a cheap, common, safe generic. And only when it turned out that the medicine was priced at 4 cents, it was established that it couldn’t cure COVID-19 because it would potentially be too cheap and accessible. Another promising drug was remdesivir, an Ebola drug developed by Gilead Sciences. And what? On April 23rd, WHO “accidentally” posted on its website test results that showed that remdesivir was no good.
Bill (“mini-Malthus”) Gates seeks to vaccinate everyone against the coronavirus in order to implant people with underskin microchips.
Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative that blames the Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates and other “global élites” for the COVID-19 pandemic or for trying to exploit it in order to increase their wealth, to reduce the world’s population or to create a global surveillance network by vaccinating people in order to secretly install tracking chips inside them. The article does not provide any evidence for its claim that Bill Gates seeks to microchip people by vaccinating them against the coronavirus, nor for its suggestion that Gates has a Malthusian agenda. Most conspiracy theories about Bill Gates’s alleged project to use microchip implants to fight coronavirus are based on a March 19th article posted on the biohackinfo website (see here). The biohackinfo article misleadingly says that “quantum dot dye,” a technology indeed founded by the Gates Foundation, would be used as “human-implantable capsules that have ‘digital certificates’ which can show who has been tested for the coronavirus”. Kevin McHugh, one of the lead authors of the “quantum dot dye” research paper, said, “The quantum dot dye technology is not a microchip or human-implantable capsule and to my knowledge there are no plans to use this for coronavirus.” The biohackinfo article also misleadingly quotes one of Gates’s remarks made in an interview given to Reddit. In this interview, Gates did mention the possibility of having a “digital certificate” for health records “eventually,” but he did not say these certificates would be “microchip implants. For a full debunking of this conspiracy theory accusing Bill Gates see here. Read previous cases claiming that Bill Gates is planning to use microchip implants to fight the coronavirus, that Covid-19 will allow total control of the population through forced vaccination and chips and that Bill Gates, Rockefeller and other “global élites” seek to reduce the world’s population and that the survivors will be poisoned with vaccines.