In the first half, Charles B. Simone, M.MS, MD discussed the latest developments in the coronavirus worldwide, the effectiveness of vaccinations for viruses, as well as issues surrounding 'Big Pharma' and the cost and side effects associated with the most popular pharmaceuticals. New information indicates that the Chinese government knew about the coronavirus contagion back in December, long before they quarantined specific areas, he reported. The symptom-free incubation period of 1-14 days is particularly troubling, he cited, as those infected can unknowingly spread the virus during that time. Simone believes that the sometimes fatal ailment is under-reported in the US as the symptoms mimic a regular bout of the flu.
Computer modeling suggests some 200,000 people may already be infected with the coronavirus, he noted. He advised people to protect themselves by building up their immune systems with antioxidants and supplements like zinc (a weekly dose of 70 mg.). Critical of the big pharmaceutical companies, Simone believes they inflate their costs in developing new drugs (what they claim is $1 billion is actually closer to $125 million, he calculated). Further, he argued that many psychiatric medicines are associated with violent behaviors, suicides, and school shootings (see related article). Regarding climate change, he talked about the problem of food waste, and estimated that if people ate healthier diets, not only would they reduce disease, but their carbon footprint by about 30%.
Researcher and activist Dane Wigington has been documenting disturbing changes in the environment called geoengineering. These include various weather modification techniques such as chemtrails and HAARP as well as GMO crops. In the latter half, he shared updates on this sinister climate agenda, and suggested that the recent fires in Australia and other natural disasters around the world are related to the geoengineering efforts. Climate engineering involves filling the atmosphere with light scattering particulates in order to subdue global warming, he explained. But this disrupts the hydrological cycle, he said, leading to droughts and dry conditions in places like Australia and California, and setting the stage for ferocious wildfires.
To refute those that believe chemtrails are simply condensation in the air, Wigington pointed out that "we have up-close film footage of military tankers, nozzles visible, turning on and off in the sky." One whistleblower, a former 12-year USAF industrial hygienist, stated on the record that these geoengineering programs were indeed taking place, he added. The toxicity of particulates from chemtrails, such as mercury and aluminum, are amplified when combined in the human body, he warned. To fight back, Wigington recommended that people use the term geoengineering instead of chemtrails when broaching the topic with the uninitiated, as well as disseminate printed materials available at his website.