21st Century Wire - March 25, 2020 - Patrick Henningsen
Doctors in New York state’s largest health system, Northwell Heath, are treating some of their ‘seriously sick’ coronavirus patients with an intravenous regimen of the powerful antioxidant vitamin C – something big pharmaceutical companies don’t want to hear about right now:
Dr. Andrew G. Weber, a pulmonologist and critical-care specialist told the New York Post:
“The patients who received vitamin C did significantly better than those who did not get vitamin C,” he said.
“It helps a tremendous amount, but it is not highlighted because it’s not a sexy drug.”
A spokesperson for Northwell Health confirmed for the Post that vitamin C treatments for coronavirus patients are “widely used” across the system.
There is reason to be concerned about the current pandemic, in order
to take responsible actions to contain it. But there is no reason for
hysteria or to succumb to a global psychological paralysis that
primarily serves the corporate interests propelling it.
There is reason to follow the safety advice of the authorities, but
there is no reason to give up our fundamental human rights. To the
contrary, now is the moment to defend them.
This Open Letter offers effective, safe and affordable advice to
strengthen the immune resistance of everyone. But this advice goes far
beyond the current pandemic. Vitamins and other essential micronutrients
are effective in helping to prevent other diseases as well, including
cardiovascular disease and cancer. Thus, for the people and governments
of the world, the current crisis offers a unique opportunity to
familiarize themselves with the rapid progress made in this field of
medical science and to take a giant leap forward towards a global system
of health care that focuses on the prevention and eradication of
I am hereby calling upon:
1. The people of the world
Follow the instructions of the authorities. The following recommendations are additional recommendations:
Make – ideally fresh – fruits and
vegetables, rich in vitamins and essential amino acids, your main
nutrition throughout the day. If you can, start an organic garden at
Fight isolation, fear and paralysis by carefully reading this letter and studying the links it contains.
Familiarize yourself with current knowledge about the benefits of micronutrients from the world’s largest online library, Pubmed.gov. If you search for the following key words you will be surprised about the knowledge that is available today:
You may use online translation programs
to translate the available summaries (abstracts) of these studies into
your own language. Even if the texts are scientific, you will be
surprised how much you can understand.
After browsing through this wealth of
natural health information, I encourage you to switch on the TV and
watch the news or read a newspaper. You will hardly hear anything about
the thousands of studies on the health benefits of vitamins. This way
you can experience the media’s amazing natural health ‘wall of silence’
Talk about the health benefits of
vitamins in fighting infections and other diseases with everyone you
know – in your family, community, church, and sports club etc.
Email the facts you learned from this letter and forward them to everyone you know.
Print out this letter out mail copies
of it to people who, like you, may also be interested to learn about
this important information.
Hardly any political decision taker –
from local to national level – has this information. So send it to your
mayor and the political representatives of your local community as well.
Then call them by telephone and make sure they have read it. You should
also ask them to forward this information to the higher levels of
Above all, help improve the immune
system of yourself, your children and your loved ones by developing a
‘family health plan’ based on healthy nutrition. This way the current
crisis turns into a life-changing positive experience.
Natural Health becomes a human right
of my readers may have followed the contents of this Open Letter with
some disbelief. Can it really be that a powerful global industry has
risen in the midst of our societies that is based on such unethical
principles, and now – that the world community is turning their back on
them – is trying to cement its grip on humanity through enabling laws
and psychological warfare?
For all such readers, the following historical analogy may be helpful: In the 16th century,
human progress had reached a point when mankind had advanced to usher
in the Modern Times. The Medieval powers, however, insisted on
maintaining their feudal privileges. In the ensuing ’30-Year War’
these Medieval powers of Europe dragged the entire continent with them
into the abyss. To no avail – the advent of Modern Times could not be
stopped. I already shared this historic analogy with the readers of the New York Times 17 years ago, on March 9, 2003.
Today, the merchandise of the global petrochemical as well as
pharmaceutical investment business is – in the interests of the people
of the world – being systematically replaced by superior and safer
technologies. This pending demise of these multitrillion-dollar global
investment businesses poses an existential threat to their stakeholders.
In an attempt to postpone their own demise, they are apparently ready
to drag all mankind with them into the abyss, ruin the existence of
countless people and businesses, curtail human rights and abolish
The current pandemic is a decisive moment in human history. In the
16th century the people of Europe had no chance to avoid the destruction
of their continent – because there was no precedent in history
available for them to learn from. Today, the situation is different:
With the events 400 years ago, we have such an historic parallel. We can
act and prevent this!
With the help of information in this letter, the people and
governments of the world have the opportunity – and responsibility – to
protect democracy and turn this crisis into one of the greatest steps
forward in human history: The starting point for a global movement with
the goal to liberate human health from its century-long captivity by
special interests – and deliver into the hands of the following
generation a much more healthy world.
In the winter of 1944, the city of the Hague was going hungry. In fact, all the cities of the western Netherlands were hungry. Railway workers and the country’s government in exile had defied German occupiers with a strike. In response, the Nazis significantly cut off the country’s most populated region from food supplies. The canals also froze, making transportation and escape impossible. What resulted was the “hunger winter,” a famine of unprecedented scale.
Solutions were few. Fuel ran out quickly, and some residents even ground up tulips to make flour. One group, however, wasn’t suffering as much as expected. In the Hague’s Juliana Children’s Hospital, pediatrician Willem Karel Dicke noticed that the children in his care with celiac disease were improving, even as they starved.
Doctors had known about celiac for years. But there was no consensus on its cause, or how to treat it. It acquired its name in 100 A.D., when Greek* physician Aretaeus of Cappadocia was stumped by an ailment with symptoms of weakness, malnutrition, and diarrhea, which he dubbed koiliakos.
Today, celiac disease is known to be a genetic autoimmune disorder. Those afflicted have a severe reaction to gluten, a protein found in grains such as wheat. It can be a challenge to diagnose, but once identified, the treatment is simple: eating a diet free of gluten.
But at the dawn of modern medicine, celiac remained a frustrating mystery to doctors. Even worse, the disease had the greatest effect on children.
Food was airdropped in April, ending the hunger winter. Fotograaf Onbekend/Nationaal Archief/Anefo/CC0
The mainstream media reports it like this: “The rise of the superbug is happening right now — and our last defense has just begun to collapse. The world is on the brink of an antibiotic apocalypse. A new dark age of medicine looms.
Natural Allopathic Medicine offers humanity a fighting chance against antibiotic resistant infections because they attack bacteria, viruses and fungus infections in a very different way.