COVID19: A French Point-of-View

Benjamin Paris

COVID19: A French Point-of-View

Many read the reports of sky-high  COVID-19 deaths in France in alarm, igniting both panic and caution  there and elsewhere as the virus allegedly infected an increasing number  of nations, creating what appeared to be a pandemic of historic  proportion. What really happened and what is still happening will be  explored here from its many angles.

March 16, 2020

The government talks about confining people at home due to a very dangerous virus in China.

March 17

The population CANNOT go outside their  homes. Individuals who have important jobs can do so but only with the  written permission of the CEO. You can go shopping only if needed and  only near your home.

Offenders will pay a 135€ fine if caught.

Masks are obligatory and a safe zone  is defined when in contact with others. But the masks were never  provided... none for sale anywhere… the prices raised by 40 dollars for a  masks and it was decided that it only protects you for three to four  hours.

A French doctor, Pascal Trotta,  explains to the French people that he is not afraid of the Coronavirus  and that he is much more afraid of the deprivation of our fundamental  freedoms to move, work and meet. He delivers a message of hope  indicating that there is a diagnosis and a treatment (this is  Chloroquine, which is no longer available in pharmacies!).

So why put 60 million French people in prison?

Rumors surfaced very fast saying that  anyone who died in a hospital MUST be diagnosed with COVID19, even if  that person died of cancer.

Is the excess mortality recorded in March 2020 due to misdiagnosis under the government directives?

Nationally, 57,441 deaths were  recorded in 2020 in France compared to 52,011 in 2019, according to the  National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE). This  number "nevertheless remains lower than the number of deaths recorded  over the same period in 2018 (58,641 deaths in France), the year when  the seasonal flu was still virulent in March," further explains INSEE.

April 10

Data from INSEE published on this date  shows that several departments of Grand Est, Ile-de-France and  Hauts-de-France recorded an excess mortality of more than 40 percent in  March 2020 compared to March 2019. "The Haut-Rhin is still distinguished  by a very large excess of mortality between March 1 and 30, 2020  compared to the same period in 2019 (+ 128%)", details the institute.

"Five other departments record a  number of deaths occurring in March 2020 more than 40 percent higher  than that observed in 2019 on the same dates: Seine-Saint-Denis (+62%),  Hauts-de-Seine (+56% ), Vosges (+ 55%), Oise (+ 42%), Moselle (+ 41%). "

Compared to the year 2018, the overall  mortality of March 2020 was lower when there was no confinement or  around-the-clock media hype designed to modify our behavior and to scare  us.

The excess mortality rates in certain  departments show that there was indeed an infectious agent present, but  government directives, rather than reducing mortality, seemed to have  made matters worse. Apparently, not to clutter the hospital  "emergencies" unnecessarily, it was decided at the beginning of  contamination that "infected" people would stay home with a simple  protocol of paracetamol. Meanwhile, infectious disease specialist,  Professor Didier Raoult maintained that these patients should be treated  from the start with hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil) and the antibiotic  Azithromycin, which when administered would avoid most hospitalizations.

The government directive states that  the disease develops quietly in the contaminated until the moment when  they reaches a serious stage with respiratory problems. This advanced  situation is what is required before hospitalization. Once at the  hospital, patients would be separated into two categories: those under  the age of 70, who are able to benefit from all available medical  protocols, and those over 70, who "would not benefit from relentless  therapy.

We are told that they have  hospitalized only severe cases so as not to clutter hospitals, yet 90%  of hospitals and clinics were empty in France. Having canceled their  current operations in view of the epidemic, as well as closing medical  offices due to patient fear of contamination, it was possible to help  all patients at the start of the contamination. This low hospitalization  rate was also due to the fact that doctors, sharing their experiences  on the news networks, relayed that they could easily cure this disease  at its inception with simple antibiotics, a directive many followed.

Here too, in the Ehpad (specialized  houses for the elderly), certain criminal decisions have been  undertaken, such as a ban on transferring the elderly and sick to  hospitals so as not to clutter them unnecessarily. Also, strategic  misdirection ensued as doctors attending the Ehpad lacked authorization  to prescribe the effective Raoult Protocol, while they were provided with the authorization to prescribe Rivotril, so as to euthanize Seniors and contributing to wide-scale, unnecessary tragedy.

To restate:  the elderly of France were sacrificed by the withholding of admittance  to hospitals and of all effective treatment due to the government  directive that it was useless to care for people of more than 70 years  of age.

These deaths make it possible to  increase the mortality statistics by the COVID19, especially since they  were not tested and therefore automatically classified as deceased from  COVID19. We are told that it is not possible to treat individuals at  this age, but in England, a 106-year-old woman survived COVID19, and  general practitioners worldwide have successfully treated elderly people  with certain classes of antibiotics or with intravenous Vitamin C, a  protocol administered in some countries to treat cancer or pneumonia.

In previous years, pneumonia deaths  were combined with influenza deaths so as to create a higher influenza  mortality. This is because the flu is not very fatal today due to  introduction of heated housing. Before this, the weakening effects of  the flu prevented one from utilizing wood to create heat. To encourage  people to get vaccinated, they inflated the number of flu deaths. The  real flu is around 10 percent of official statistics of influenza  mortality. Now it's COVID-19 mortality statistics that they inflate so  as to scare individuals enough to get vaccinated. Wouldn't it be better  to return to the beneficial and effective methods of natural prevention  that strengthen the immune system so that we can resist pathogenic  germs? Today, some people get scurvy, an ancient disease of seafarers  who suffered from the lack of Vitamin C after a few months of being at  sea. This proves that modern food is super deficient in Vitamin C, a  nutrient essential for good health and which can even cure Coronavirus,  as some doctors have demonstrated in China, the United States and  Germany.

Vitamin C is particularly effective  against pneumonia (among other ailments). A few days of intravenous  Vitamin C (between 20 and 100g per day) solves this problem quickly. Big  Pharma does not offer many effective solutions without side effects, so  why use overpriced and ineffective antivirals when this economical  molecule is available? Big Pharma doesn't want it because it doesn't  bring in big profits. This is why the French Government has blocked all  Vitamin C shipments from within France, and from being imported.

One thing is clear, the deaths of  French citizens could have been prevented had the government been more  on top of the virus, especially with the elderly.

Source: Dr Pascal Trotta, Former Intern  of the Paris Hospitals, Laureate of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris V  Specialist Doctor, Radiologist, Homeopath, Founder of the Institute of  Natural Medicine of San Sebastian, Institute of Natural Medicine of Dr  Trotta, Paseo de los fueros 3, 20005 San Sebastian


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Benjamin is a foreign correspondent  for UNC living in France. He has lived all over the world including  Alaska and the Caribbean.