FLCCC News Capsule 12-10-23

“We’re undergoing a soft coup… under the pretext of pandemic preparedness and the biosecurity agenda.” —Dr. Meryl Nass

On this week’s FLCCC Weekly Webinar, host Betsy Ashton and Dr. Paul Marik welcomed special guests Drs. Meryl Nass and Kat Lindley for one of the most consequential discussions we have ever presented.

The topic was the W.H.O.’s proposed “pandemic treaty” which, if globally adopted, would impose new rules for dealing with pandemics. Right now, there is a target date of May, 2024 for a legally binding agreement to be adopted by the U.N. health agency’s 194 member countries.

Drs. Nass and Lindley aren’t having it.

“The treaty will enable the W.H.O. to take over jurisdiction of everything in the world by saying that climate change, animals, plants, water systems [and] ecosystems are all central to health,” said Nass and Lindley. “In addition to that, it will remove human rights protections, enforce censorship and digital passports, require governments to push a single “official” narrative, and enable the W.H.O. to declare ‘pandemics’ on a whim.”

For its part, the W.H.O. has pushed back on criticism of the treaty, saying that governments are leading the treaty negotiations and are free to reject the accord. But those nations currently advocating for the new treaty say that member states want the treaty to be legally binding for those opting to participate with the new rules kicking in if the W.H.O. declares a pandemic – something it does not currently have a mandate to do.

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!

LEARN everything you can about the treaty. SEE Dr. Nass’s most recent slides on the proposed power grab. Contact your legislators, and send them THISFIND OUT what countries can do.


At the very beginning of last week’s weekly webinar, Dr. Fred Wagshul, a pulmonologist and co-founder of the FLCCC, spoke with Dr. Marik about the worldwide brouhaha over a perceived rise in cases of mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia.

BOTTOM LINE: NO NEED FOR ALARM.

“Mycoplasma is a very common organism. It has a long history, having been recognized in the United States beginning in 1944,” said Dr. Wagshul. “It’s one of the most common bacterial types of respiratory illnesses that we see—mostly in children and young adolescents. If promptly and properly treated with a macrolide antibiotic like azythromycin (Z-Pack), it is not a big deal and hospitalization is very rare.”

Dr. Marik also spoke about the condition on The Absolute Truth with host Emerald Robinson (42:00). “People need to chill out about this,” said Dr. Marik. “What people are calling ‘White Lung’ disease is nothing different than any other pneumonia. This is easily treatable.”

Dr. Pierre Kory, appearing on The Charlie Kirk Show (2:35:35) remarked that, “Mycoplasma is actually a bacteria infection. It is not a new pathogen. What is happening — in China especially — is a surge in a well known respiratory illness.”

Ah. Good to know. Now take a breath.


FLCCC News Capsule 3 12-10-23

⭐️NEW STUDY BRINGS GOOD NEWS FOR THOSE WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES

In an extraordinary new studyan international team of researchers—including our own Dr. Paul Marik— has found that modest lifestyle changes combined with select supplements can effectively manage insulin levels of many with Type 2 Diabetes, often reducing or eliminating the need for traditional pharmaceuticals.

The team completed an exhaustive review of 170 published studies to further the understanding of how lifestyle changes and supplementation can have a significant impact on managing insulin resistance when preventing and treating Type 2 Diabetes.

“After following the conventional treatment protocols since my diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes more than 20 years ago, I found different ways to manage my insulin resistance so that I no longer require any pharmaceuticals to treat my Type 2 Diabetes, and my overall health has greatly improved,” said Paul E. Marik, M.D., F.C.C.M., F.C.C.P., co-author of the study and chairman and chief scientific officer of the FLCCC. “Our research set out to further explore how the relatively simple lifestyle changes that have helped m