Coronavirus: Run, here come the experimental drugs

by Jon Rappoport

February 16, 2020

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As I’ve shown in recent articles (archive here), the virus hunters have fallen far short of proving a coronavirus is causing this “outbreak.” But here come the antiviral drugs.

They’re ordinarily used for other diseases (malaria, HIV) or, in one case, no disease yet (unapproved, unlicensed). But it’s time for “heroic measures.” A better term would be “reckless experimentation.”

Public health officials are expressing a mixture of hope and…vampire-ish worry that the epidemic may not last long enough to properly test the efficacy of the drugs.

LA Times, 2/13/2020, “Doctors fight coronavirus outbreak with drugs that target HIV, malaria and Ebola”:

—Characterizing the remarks of a Harvard professor of medicine, the Times author writes: “The lack of certainty surrounding treatment for coronaviruses is partly due to the boom-and-bust nature of outbreaks — they can spread like wildfire and then disappear… Although that is good for the public’s health, it also means scientists sometimes don’t have the time or the means to thoroughly test a treatment in humans.” Tsk, tsk, what a shame.

Here’s another telling quote from the Times article: “The ramp-up in [drug] research and investments into outbreaks can wreak havoc on private drug companies, especially if the virus disappears at some point, as SARS did, said Dr. Jesse Goodman, a professor of medicine at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. The federal government helps offset these costs through initiatives…” What do you know about that? The SARS virus “disappeared.” And pity the poor drug companies. Their research was interrupted.

Among the drugs suddenly being used on people diagnosed with the coronavirus: Kaletra (anti-HIV); chloroquine (anti-malaria); remdesivir (unapproved, anti-Ebola). provides a list of adverse effects of Kaletra:

* diarrhea
* headache
* weakness
* nausea
* vomiting
* stomach upset
* drowsiness
* dizziness
* a bad taste in the mouth
* trouble sleeping
* skin rash
* changes in the shape or location of body fat (especially in your arms, legs, face, neck, breasts, and waist)

“Tell your doctor if you have serious side effects of Kaletra including”:

* unexplained weight loss
* persistent muscle aches or weakness
* joint pain
* numbness or tingling of the hands/feet/arms/legs
* severe tiredness
* vision changes
* severe or persistent headaches
* signs of infection (such as fever, chills, trouble breathing, cough, non-healing skin sores)
* signs of an overactive thyroid (such as irritability, nervousness, heat intolerance, fast/pounding/irregular heartbeat, bulging eyes, unusual growth in the neck/thyroid known as a goiter)
* signs of a nerve problem known as Guillain-Barre Syndrome (such as difficulty breathing/swallowing/moving your eyes, drooping face, paralysis, slurred speech)
* increased thirst
* increased urination
* confusion
* persistent nausea or vomiting
* stomach or abdominal pain
* yellowing eyes or skin
* dark urine

Chloroquine adverse effects (from—“Check with your doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur while taking chloroquine”:

* anxiety
* attempts at killing oneself
* back, leg, or stomach pains
* black, tarry stools
* bleeding gums
* blistering, peeling, or loosening of the skin
* blood in the urine or stools
* blurred or decreased vision
* change in near or distance vision
* chest discomfort or pain
* chills
* cold sweats
* confusion
* continuing ringing or buzzing or other unexplained noise in the ears
* cough
* dark urine
* diarrhea
* difficulty in focusing the eyes
* difficulty with speaking
* difficulty with swallowing
* disturbed color perception
* dizziness
* dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up suddenly from a lying or sitting position
* double vision
* drooling
* fast, slow, irregular, or pounding heartbeat
* feeling that others are watching you or controlling your behavior
* feeling that others can hear your thoughts
* feeling, seeing, or hearing things that are not there
* fever
* general tiredness and weakness
* halos around lights
* headache
* hearing loss
* inability to move the eyes
* increased blinking or spasms of the eyelid
* joint or muscle pain
* large, hive-like swelling on the face, eyelids, lips, tongue, throat, hands, legs, feet, or sex organs
* light-colored stools
* loss of balance control
* lower back or side pain
* muscle trembling, jerking, or stiffness
* muscular pain, tenderness, wasting, or weakness
* night blindness
* nausea
* overbright appearance of lights
* painful or difficult urination
* pale skin
* pinpoint red spots on the skin
* puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue
* red skin lesions, often with a purple center
* red, irritated eyes
* restlessness
* shuffling walk
* skin rash, hives, or itching
* sore throat
* sores, ulcers, or white spots on the lips or in the mouth
* sticking out of the tongue
* stiffness of the limbs
* sweating
* swollen or painful glands
* tightness in the chest
* trouble breathing
* tunnel vision
* twitching, twisting, or uncontrolled repetitive movements of the tongue, lips, face, arms, or legs
* uncontrolled movements, especially of the face, neck, and back
* unusual bleeding or bruising
* unusual tiredness or weakness
* upper right abdominal or stomach pain
* vomiting
* yellow eyes and skin

Adverse effects of remdesivir—the drug has not been approved for public use. I find at least one human clinical trial has been done on people “infected by the Ebola virus,” and another clinical trial is underway now. So far, I see no published list of adverse effects—probably because the drug is still in the test phase. Using this drug on “coronavirus patients” would certainly be experimental.

This is what I’m sitting here picturing: A person in Wuhan, who is having respiratory problems, owing to the unprecedented mixture of toxic pollutants in the air of the city, enters a clinic. He is given a chest CT Scan. He’s told he has a lung infection—pneumonia. Because a CT Scan is now absurdly sufficient for a diagnosis of “epidemic coronavirus,” he is given that label. NO test for the purported coronavirus is done. The person is shunted into a treatment room, and a doctor tells him his condition is quite serious, and he will be treated with a drug: chloroquine.

Go back and read the list of adverse effects again.

Suppose this patient tells his doctor he has a relative who lives out in the country, where the air is much better, and he wants to stay with her.

The doctor will, of course, tell the patient this is not possible. The city is locked down. If the patient left Wuhan, he could “spread the virus to others.”

He will be given the drug. What about informed consent? Will the doctor read the patient the complete list of adverse effects? Are you kidding? Wouldn’t that be “counter-productive?”

Mustn’t interrupt the “research” of pharmaceutical companies.

We can only hope and pray the “epidemic” is SAID TO LAST long enough so these benevolent corporations can complete their testing. What else is a pool of human guinea pigs for?

And worry not, the pill kings have their bases covered. When “test subjects” become sicker or die, the kings can simply say, “The coronavirus was responsible.”

It all works out for the best, doesn’t it?

We haven’t even gotten to the coronavirus vaccine yet. The professionals are working hard on cooking one up. When they do, there will be no danger of an interruption in their work, if “the virus disappears.” The vaccine will be injected into healthy people. If and when some of these people keel over, all sorts of reasons can be trotted out: underlying genetic condition; the coronavirus hidden in their cells suddenly activated; undisclosed immune-system deficiency; an unrelated disease; allergic cross-reaction; and, of course, “a rare and unavoidable adverse effect among all the life-saving injections given, at no charge, to the global population…”

I’m looking through mainstream articles. I’m trying to find one that publishes the complete lists of adverse effects of the experimental drugs now being deployed on “coronavirus” patients. Odd. I can’t find one. I wonder what that means. Maybe I should ask a doctor. He would possibly be able to set me straight. Perhaps I should query a public communications pro at a pharmaceutical company. Certainly, he could contact major press outlets and urge them to print the adverse-effect lists, in the interest of full disclosure.



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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

21 comments on “Coronavirus: Run, here come the experimental drugs

  1. ZiiNon says:

    If the disease doesn’t kill you the cure will!
    Old saying my grandparents used, holds more truth of my day than theirs.

  2. DesertChick says:

    Thanks but no thanks. I’ll pass on being a lab rat!

    • el gallinazo says:

      Well, it will probably be either being a lab rat or a FEMA re-education center. We must keep up the immunity of the herd (flock) Sheeple.

  3. Jackie says:


    Thanks for this great series of articles on this unfolding absurdity. May you live and work another hundred years.

  4. middleway says:

    Would prefer the “Death with Dignity” cocktail and avoid the extreme suffering which those deviants of the Committee seem to find so irresistibly stimulating and invigorating.

  5. Dug says:

    I’m thinking the pharmaceutical stranglehold China has across the continent apparently, could be worth pondering. Almost humorous.

    • middleway says:

      I recently learned that China produces or sources most of the latest targeted cancer drugs (and the majority of others) for the western pharmaceutical companies. These cancer drugs high cost is heart stopping, but are very effective with minimal side effects. Should China happen to cease production and fail to deliver these drugs, for many of us coronavirus becomes an irrelevant subject. …and apparently this is of no concern for what’s left of our government…

    • Rick says:

      Who else out-there-in-the-blog-o-sphere, is covering this hoax like Jon Rappoport? Anyone know? I’ll go hunting using keywords corona virus hoax fake…. and report back here so we can assemble the top 10 people reporting on this hoax. I know is covering it somewhat… so those are the top two I have right now…
      1. Jon
      3. Me– I’m trying to follow it in my forum at

  6. Amanda says:

    As a side note, speaking of anti-malaria drugs, years ago, I knew someone who told me what happened to her after she took Lariam, an anti-malaria drug. Apparently, when she was in college, she went to Bali for some kind of school program. I guess prior to going, her doctor prescribed Lariam, and she ended up having a horrible reaction to it (she basically felt like the drug made her “go crazy”). Unfortunately, what looked like side effects from the drugs never went away, and she was later diagnosed as bi-polar (she never had any emotional problems prior to Lariam) and was given more pills to take for the rest of her life.

  7. M. Davies says:

    Thank you Jon for your in depth research into the various virus ‘epidemics’ which I have been reading for a few years now. As a retired nurse with a some knowledge about immunology I have found it very enlightening.

    I am very curious that the MSM never mentions the health disparity between the Chinese compared with most of the West. Here are links to a few studies I have read which you may or not have seen.

    Apart from the heavy pollution and poor nutrition there are other health problems like this study on the prevalence of Pulmonary TB in China and the seasonal variation with a rise in the winter months which they postulate may be due to Vitamin D deficiency.

    Seasonal Variation of Newly Notified Pulmonary Tuberculosis Cases from 2004 to 2013 in Wuhan, China

    Low vitamin D tied to lung damage

    In this one MOA discusses how the new criteria for testing benefits those diagnosed with the virus will not have pay for their medical treatment

    Thank you once again for your daily dose of sanity

  8. Theodore Lee says:

    Strange how the symptoms of the anti-hiv, including the types of death, allegedly, are exactly the same as the side effects of the drug. Makes you go, “hmmm.”

  9. Larry C says:

    “Check with your doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur while taking chloroquine”:”

    They missed a few, Jon…

    Your heart stops permanently; you turn a nasty shade of green; gardeners want to use YOU as fertilizer; a slight aversion to breathing for an hour or two…and so forth…

  10. Christina Pansy says:

    Use Master Mineral Solution (aka Miracle Mineral Solution) to kill all pathogens. It’s so effective it’s been suppressed by Big Pharma.

  11. BV says:

    Thanks, Jon for your terrific articles. I have been following you ever since you published AIDS INC. I haven’t commented here before. Your great research and the contents of that book raised enough alarm in me that I decided to do a significant amount of research regarding vaccinations, before the birth of my daughter. I did not vaccinate her or my son and I can tell you that my daughter (who is now 16 years old) and my son (who is 12) both have incredible health. For instance during all her years in school she had missed class only 2 times due to illness and every year she would win an attendance award. My son as well had entire years of attendance. Last year though both of them finally came down with a vaccine related disease.. measles. They kept both of them away for 10 days even though they had recuperated quite quickly. I live in Honduras and even though vaccinations are common here I noticed that no one here (the school or the doctors) even thought it was odd that they came down with this disease (from what I understand there were other children that had it before them)…just shows that vaccinations which I believe can be dangerous are also not all that reliable. Anyway I just wanted to thank you for your great reporting and how it has impacted my life in a positive way. Thanks

  12. PAT THORNTON says:

    I was going to take Jon on at first re the pollution thingy but according to stats on the Diamond Princess incubator; at least 8 died from 700 positives of 3700 people ( crew as well); that’s 1.15% ONLY died among the positives!!!!??? ( I am aware that some of the positives died later when not in captivity; standard flu figs actually or thereabouts.

  13. PAT THORNTON says:

    Were the Diamond Princess captives subjected to these antivirals?
    I’ll bet none of them received IV Vit C.(UNPATENTED) which works on most sepsis created by pneumonia!!!

  14. Linda L Jansen says:

    I have traveled to Haiti on numerous occasions for short-term mission trips. One month prior to my departure for the first trip in the year 2000, I was prescribed Chloroquine in anticipation of possible exposure to mosquitoes carrying malaria. I experienced a side effect that wasn’t mentioned on your list from — persistent heart-burn. According to the directions, I took the tablets one hour prior to meals. Hence, my appetite was affected. After speaking with some of the others travelling with me that first year, they informed me that they never take the meds and none of them ever contracted malaria. After that, I didn’t take them either — and I went for an extended trip in 2006 staying for close to a year without taking the recommended chloroquine and still didn’t contract the disease.

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