The Great Reset: Turbo-Charged Business Model

The Australian Government COVID Treatment Forum was conducted on April 7th, 26 months after the epidemic began, and the government has decided that now is the time to focus on high-risk patients and early treatment.

Although the discussion is open to the public on the website, I was able to pull the highlights for a special Unstress edition we released last Tuesday.

On this Healthy Bite, let us explore the meaning of The Great Reset and revisit now-former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s speech at the World Economic Forum held last January 2020.

The Great Reset: Turbocharged Business Model

Well, this week was unusual in that we beamed into the Australian Government COVID Treatment Forum, which was held on the 7th of April, 26 months after the beginning of the pandemic. At a time when I’m quoting from the officials here: “It is now time to engage in the treatment, particularly for those at high risk and harm minimisation is the priority of this forum.” It was a two-hour forum. I forced myself to sit through it. It’s open to the public. You can go and listen to it yourself. 

I’ve managed to extract the highlights, which were a follow-on. It was a timely forum because it followed a previous Healthy Bite that I had done. I referred to an article in the British Medical Journal called The Illusion of Evidence-based Medicine

I’m sorry if this is a theme that has been repeated. Still, I believe it needs to be repeated because it’s easy to lose track of it amongst all the vast avalanche of noise that comes to us from media outlets that are promoting the latest and greatest well, latest, I won’t say the greatest, but the latest and most expensive patented medications that are out there, which is ultimately what I believe this pandemic and the government response is all about. 

Ps of the Pandemic

Regular listeners will have followed the Ps of the pandemic. In this particular episode this week, we focussed on the patents, the product champions, and the professors in charge of getting this message out. In marketing parlance, they are referred to as key opinion leaders or KOLs and product champions. 

They were the central theme of the thing while several drugs were mentioned; essentially, it was about Remdesivir, Molnupiravir, Paxlovid, and Sotrovimab, an auto monoclonal antibody. 

It was exciting to observe this, and I think it’s worth listening to because I come in and out of the forum and make some points about research and how it is accepted. Drug companies, perfect analysis, but hey, if it’s coming from drug companies, our health authorities hold that in such high regard than any simple intervention like vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, vitamin C, any cheap and effective and safe alternatives like ivermectin, doxycycline, or hydroxychloroquine. 

These are to be ignored and banned in some instances. It’s interesting to note that from a very early time in the pandemic, one of Australia’s leading opponents of gastrointestinal health, Dr Thomas Borody, who practises here in Sydney, I believe, had a protocol which included ivermectin, doxycycline, and zinc. 

Australian Government Response Treatment Forum

Suppose the frontline COVID network, critical care network, and the FLCC are also made up of some highly respected frontline ICU doctors who were also promoting a protocol that included those and melatonin. These safe and effective treatments exist, but that’s not what the Australian Government Response Treatment Forum was all about. Look, have a listen to it.

I wanted to draw your attention to this because I stumbled upon it, and it’s now-former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop speaking at the World Economic Forum in January 2020. Now, it’s worth mentioning January 2020 for the blur of dates that now occur; COVID hadn’t hit Australia until around February or March of that February because, by March, we were in lockdown until May. 

I remember that very well because we had to close our surgery down for two months. Unprecedented. You know, this was whoever experienced anything like this? And indeed, in my 42 years of clinical practice, I never have had anything like this. 

I think it was a unique experience for us all. Interestingly, and I digress here for a moment, The American Psychology Society has recently done a study on The Impact on People’s Health of Social Isolation, and I think they have equated it to the… well, they said that the negative impact on the health of social isolation would be the equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes a day. 

Now, talk about a public health measure. Well, we could certainly explore the impact of isolation on human health. I think we’ve all experienced it first-hand.

The Great Reset

But anyway, I digress. I’m coming back to the Julie Bishop thing, and I’m also intrigued by the World Economic Forum, which is made up of the business billionaires of the world, leading government officials to work out what is best for… I pause there for a moment. 

You would hope it was what is best for the population, but I think it’s more an opportunity to reset the world. They have what is called The Great Reset. I’ve not just explored what The Great Reset means because it is something I think we are all living through and should all be aware of.

Well, there’s a book here by Klaus Schwab, the guru, if you like, the spiritual leader of the World Economic Forum and The Great Reset. I’m quoting here from the website: “The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine and reset our world. – Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum. 

I’ve heard him speak, and he talks about how young leaders have now been involved in various governments. In New Zealand.,Young world leaders like Jacinda Ardern. In Canada, like Justin Trudeau. 

In France, Emmanuel Macron. These are young, dynamic leaders who have got to pass through the World Economic Forum as promising young leaders, and now they are leading governments worldwide.

“The following insights on how we can recover from COVID-19 to build a healthier, more equitable and more prosperous future.” The pandemic certainly provided a more incredible and prosperous future for the billionaires out there because I think one estimate is that $3.8 trillion of funds have been redistributed to those billionaires. It’s worked exceptionally well in resetting the world agenda. But when I stumbled upon this, I thought, ‘What the hell?’. 

It would be best to read Robert Kennedy’s book on The Real Anthony Fauci. It’s a long book. It’s a very well-referenced book. If you want to fast-track it, go to the book’s last chapter. 

It talks about how this whole scenario of the pandemic has been planned for right down to the enrolling of the world media to dampen any criticism of a new novel vaccination that otherwise would have taken five or ten years to be available for human consumption. But emergency use authorisation is essential to getting this out and resetting. 

Part of The Great Reset is getting patented drugs out there, which allows enormous profits to be generated, which I mean, this isn’t a conspiracy theory. This is just a business model and a very effective one at that. But I just wanted to share this with you. It only goes for 3 minutes. Remember, this was before the pandemic struck. 

One of those young global leaders, Julie Bishop, moved seamlessly from a very senior position in the Australian government into a corporation in the corporate world, which is ultimately where politicians end up. Still, they do their apprenticeship in government, and then they go on to shine in the corporate world. Please listen to this from our leader, Julie Bishop—imagination in action.

The Human Immune System

Julie Bishop: [00:09:55] I am the chair of the Telethon Kids Institute, a paediatric research centre in Perth, Western Australia, that focuses on the well-being and health of children. But we are also part of a global consortium embarking upon the next groundbreaking, not earth-shattering medical breakthrough, the Human Vaccine Project. We will decode the human immune system, accelerate the development of vaccines to fight global killer diseases and develop immune therapies. 

Now, why can we do this now? A decade ago, the human genome was sequenced, and the Human Genome Project ushered in a new era of biomedicine. Well, the convergence of technological advances in biomedical and computing science, as well as AI and machine learning, enabling us to analyse the unprecedented scale of big data, means that we are on the cusp of being able to decode the human immune system. 

The successor to the Genome Project. And this means we will better understand the major diseases of the 21st century. It means we will live longer, healthier lives. It means we will save lives. They are already in just three years. 

Julie Bishop: [00:11:41] We have assembled the world’s foremost immunology network across academia, academic institutions and the industrial sector. We have carried out comprehensive studies, but we are ramping up the clinical studies in populations most vulnerable to disease, infants and the elderly. 

Today, we are also working with the Harvard School of Public Health to establish a human immunoHub initiative. We will focus on the fundamental questions: Who is protected from disease, and who is not? Why do some vaccines work, and why don’t others work? So this mission to decode the human immune system is a moonshot-scaled initiative. 

It means we will better understand how to treat and beat communicable diseases like pandemic flu, TB, malaria, and AIDS. It means you better understand how to fight and win against Alzheimer’s, diabetes and cancers—ladies and gentlemen, you first heard about it at Davos in 2020, the Human Vaccine Project. Please give us your support in whatever way you will. 

Dr Ron Ehrlich: [00:13:13] Perhaps you’ve come away from that excited to think that all human health will soon be cured by a vaccine targeted to the genes. I must say, when I saw that, I just shook my head. 

As I have shaken my head on several occasions, on many occasions over the last two years, and as I’ve often said, even though I’ve been very aware of the role of the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industry in all levels of healthcare with this last two years has gone has even shocked me and when I saw that. 

Look, I do not know what the World Economic Forum is about. I think it’s part of a business model to be turbocharged and work exceptionally well. I’m not sure what the answer is. For me, it confirms that we must take control of our health.

Dr Ron Ehrlich: [00:14:16] It’s great that the Western medical system is there to catch us when we need it, and we do need it. I have used it, and I’m very grateful for it. I’m also about developing and forming a community which is independent of industry, which is based on the clinical experience, people that I’ve worked with over the years, backed by science, independent science, not the science in medicine, which is funded primarily by the pharmaceutical industry, going back to basic principles about anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and combining that with lessons from the past, we have so much to learn from our ancestors and our journey through evolution. 

This is all part of what a community focused on public health should be about. A community, a society focussed on commodities like food, pharmaceuticals and health. When they become commodities, we have the problems we face today regarding preventable chronic degenerative diseases. 

We have public health messages that are counterproductive, not just contradictory to just health, but weak and part of the public health approach, which is, if the evidence is anything to go by, is seriously left wanting. 

Listen to this week’s podcast on the COVID Treatment Forum, an excellent example of product champions in action promoting patentable drugs. I thought I would share that Julie Bishop video, and I hope this finds you well. Until next time. This is Dr Ron Ehrlich. Be well. 



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