Happy April Fool's Day!

I say that because it is perhaps no accident that there's a familiar "odor" to all this corona virus plandemic stuff.

And no, I'm not talking about all those teams of scientists weighing in on the "cure" of chloroquine. Frankly, it's a bit mystifying; team A of scientists cite reports from France or South Korea touting the use of the drug to combat and cure the virus, while team B writes articles and gets on TV urging caution and the need for more study and tests and so on. "I'm a scientist; trust me!" and "No, I'm the scientist here, trust me."

Well, in that spirit, B.G. sent the following article, which pretty well sums up this whole sub-plot:

What's The Deal With Antimalarials And Coronavirus? Read This Before You Try Anything

According to  this, someone found chloroquine phosphate was an ingredient in their fish food, and tried some, and ended up dead or in the hospital:

An Arizona man died, and his wife was hospitalized, after taking a form of chloroquine, which President Trump has touted as an effective treatment for COVID-19. The couple decided to self-medicate with chloroquine phosphate, which they had on hand to kill parasites in their fish, after hearing the president describe the drug as a "game changer."

Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of NIH's National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases, quickly corrected the statement, explaining that Trump's comments were based on anecdotes and not a controlled clinical trial.

I am a medicinal chemist who specializes in discovery and development of antiviral drugs, and I have been actively working on coronaviruses for seven years.

However, because I am a scientist and I deal in facts and evidence-based medicine, I am concerned about the sweeping statements the president has been making regarding the use of chloroquine or the closely related hydroxychloroquine, both antimalarial drugs, as cures for COVID-19. So let's examine the facts.

Yes, and while you're "dealing in facts" here's a few you forgot to mention:

French researcher posts successful Covid-19 drug trial

There Should Be Zero Distancing From Chloroquine Treatment

Or this, shared by S.C.:

However, there is a fact mentioned in the article shared by B.G. (thanks B.G.!) that we both found more than a little... well, what? Ironic? Macabrely amusing?

It's this:

These are both FDA-approved antimalarial drugs that have been in use for many years. Chloroquine was originally developed in 1934 at the pharmaceutical company Bayer and used in World War II to prevent malaria. (Emphasis added)

You're kidding, right?

Bayer you say?

The Bayer whose one time chairman Carl Duisberg advocated for the use of Belgian slave labor in World War One, helped invent poison gas, and later helped found I.G. Farben in the first place Bayer? The Bayer whose Carl Duisberg became the name for a society that sponsored Mohammad Atta? That Bayer? As in major-component-of-I.G.-Farben-Bayer? As in "oh look we've got so much cash on hand we can afford to buy Mon(ster)santo with a cash buyout" Bayer? The Bayer that we here at the Giza Community of Daily High Octane Speculation like to call I.G. Farbensanto Bayer? The Bayer that recently expressed "misgivings" for having bought Mon(ster)santo in the first place in order to become I.G. Farbensanto, because it also bought all those lawsuits pending against Mon(ster)santo, and might have to shell out more - much more - cash because of it Bayer? The Bayer that because of that, might need a quick, fast, and reliable infusion of lots of cash Bayer? Like, infusions of cash during a plandemic whose only cure appears to be a drug patented by Bayer which stands potentially to make lots of cash off the patent and any licensing agreements Bayer?

Well, color me utterly speechless, because you just can't make this stuff up folks. It's a much better plot than anything coming out of Hollyweird in the last few years.

Now I've got a headache. I need an aspirin...

(Looks at pill).


... Bayer...

See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Sandygirl on April 3, 2020 at 4:53 pm

    This is research report the CDC conducted in 2005 for the
    Sars corona virus. They had very good results for Chloroquine.

  2. guitardave on April 2, 2020 at 12:26 pm

  3. Loxie Lou Davie on April 2, 2020 at 10:37 am

    Here’s my own April Fool’s Story……..

    Woke up yest. with a huge burden pressing down upon me; checked my emails & the first one was about The Children being rescued from the tunnels in NYC. My mind started whirling…pieces began to fall in place.

    Why did Trump want to “kiss” The Comfort goodbye??? Why was it to be used for patients NOT suffering from the “C”??? The Mercy was sent to LA.

    What about all these weird “earthquakes” that are shaking houses & rattling peoples’ windows??? Local authorities have no answer…..

    A real war is going on underneath our feet….the Eternal Battle between Light & Dark….but most of us have no clue just how “dark” the Dark Side can be!!!

    I ask all who understand to PRAY FOR THE CHILDREN….the unseen “casualties” of this war!!!

  4. augenguy on April 1, 2020 at 11:56 pm

    With tongue firmly planted in cheek, you once again boil the brew down to its aromatic essence.

    If I were designing a bioweapon, one key factor would be to have the cure firmly in hand before releasing it. When it comes to a cure, there are two options: 1) custom design an elixir that only you have access to; or 2) use something that is cheap and easy to come by.

    Option 1 is risky, since you have to be in a position to manufacture a lot of it quickly, or at least be able to stockpile huge amounts for an unknown amount of time and an unknown quantity.

    Option 2 means that there is an ample supply to hand that is tried and true. Any number of companies can whip up large batches easily and quickly – and cheaply.

    The problem with Option 2 is that it could be found out and the epidemic brought to heel (heal) before you were done with it. So, you need a disinfo campaign to keep people away from it. Not enough studies, no evidence, people poisoning themselves, etc. That way, folks would shy away from the cheap and easy fix, and allow the bug to do maximum damage before a custom-designed cure is found.

    So many alleys of speculation to run down with this mess. Stay healthy, Doc! We need those boxless insights!

  5. zendogbreath on April 1, 2020 at 11:12 pm

    Honey and Barry Sherman murdered how long ago for making their antimalarial cheap and available? Hm.

    Guess that’s what I get for listening to Henrik Palmgren and friends while reading Doc.

  6. zendogbreath on April 1, 2020 at 11:05 pm

    You do know aspirin (Bayer) came out just before 1918’s bacterial pneumonia masked as a virus, right? And that reducing the fever during an illness impairs the immune system and drags out the disease and increases the damage? Hmm.

  7. Westcoaster on April 1, 2020 at 10:35 pm

    This isn’t a drug Bayer would get rich making. The entire regimen, including Z pack and Zinc costs $20.
    I think the push-back against this obvious potential cure IS due to Big Phrma greed; they want doubt about Hydrocholoroquine to give them a little more time to develop a much more acceptable (and costly) drug.

    • zendogbreath on April 1, 2020 at 11:28 pm

      and they start arguments about vaccine vs chloroquine which shouts down any other possibilities like good food (which won’t be available) or nutrient supplements (which will run out) and in the end they will sell hard both vaccines and chloroquine without informed consent and against anyone’s will.

  8. Pierre on April 1, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    Dr Kay on Rick Adams radio show on RBN reckons oregano oil, up to 28 drops for a wam bang thank you mam. this was on last show 28 march.
    Fortunately Zinc wise I am on 50mg a day regular (cut down last week from 100) but ONLY because I have pyrrole disorder. Kidneys would have been wrecked by now (6 yrs on it and B6) if I wasn’t being leached by kryptopyroles.
    my new garden (where there’s a will there’s a way) includes lots of oregano and other stuff.
    Bingo today, raw peanuts not in shells can germinate, like Scarlet O’hara said at the end of Gone With The End, I’ll never go without peanut butter again,
    Chinese were injecting vitamin C for this thing. that would depend on the individuals soCial Credit.

  9. marcos toledo on April 1, 2020 at 8:17 pm

    All these articles attest to is that money and power over human life and public safety. It also a great way to bring on a Great Depression Worldwide on steroids the culling of the herd of useless eaters has begone.

  10. Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 11:20 am

    No kidding, so many stinking ops w/in this sick op
    it’s as if the devil himself spawned it.

    I’ve got the camera! Oops! Cure first, then camera fame.

    A book I read a while back was about a reporter/author who went to India on assignment. He had to take the anti-malarial drug, chloroquine. It nearly killed him; however, it did paralyze him. He then researched it and wrote his book about the hell he went through[if I remember/find the book I’ll post it].

    That fish story was in my weekly propaganda rag, The Week. An elder/y couple took the fish cleaning aquarium chemical. The man died; the wife lived trough it, but is filled w/guilt.

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 11:52 am

      Dr. Ant the Faux Pas, designing the black op cover-up for years, is also an experience faux scientist as well; and, wants to stre$$ that these cure$ are not in his 4-profit pharmaceutical $tream$!

      Bottom line?
      Loaded with nasty op$; many of which are also very profitable, by de$ign. Upteengillion $pin off$, from this never-ending op, from the Di$a$ter Capitali$tic Center for Di$ea$e Profit$ and Control$.

      • Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 11:54 am

        As an aside, it looks like Trump was out of this covid19 black-op loop; at least, from my perspective.

    • Roger on April 1, 2020 at 1:04 pm

      Some people are allergic to it and there are a lot of bad side effects associated with it. I got some tonic water and zinc supplements and will give it a try if I get the virus and it feels like it might get bad. Maybe I should try some now just to make sure I’m not allergic. It would suck to have the virus and suffer severe side effects at the same time.

      • DanaThomas on April 1, 2020 at 2:31 pm

        My personal daily immune system boost is about 3 grams Vitamin C, 50mcgr Vitamin D, Chaga tea or extract (rich in polyphenols). And, of course, C60 and probiotics. The armed forces here have quietly recommended the two vitamins daily to their personnel. In case of cold or flu symptoms, C can be increased, with the addition of elderberry syrup or extract for fluidifying catarrh. The liposomal form makes for better absorption than tablets. It’s easy to find instructions on how to make your own liposomal using ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) in bulk powder form (it is a common food additive), many times cheaper than tablets.
        If this sounds boring, there is also an “aperitif” formula: a shot of whisky with up to a gram or so of Vitamin C powder stirred in, a few drops of elderberry extract and a little chaga extract or tea. A glass of red wine (contains flavonoids) can be used instead of whisky. And no, I do not drink this every day!

        • Roger on April 1, 2020 at 8:50 pm

          I’m taking Super vitamin B complex, A, D, E. Some zinc here and there but saving most of it encase I get symptoms. Been self isolating for about a month now because I didn’t believe the numbers and saw too many seriously sick people on my own street a month or two ago. Probably already had it a couple months ago but with COPD I’m not taking any chances what I had was just a mild flu. Mostly just kayak fishing hoping this blows over soon so I can go back to work. Self employeed so I work when I want to. Got the tonic water just in case because I hate hospitals and won’t go too one unless I absolutely have to. Stay safe everyone and be cautious even if you think this is a psyop. Better safe than sorry.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 4:51 pm

      The book in question was [published Jan 14, 2014]

      The Answer To the Riddle Is Me:
      A Memoir of Amnesia by David Stuart MacLean.

      • Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 5:17 pm

        Turns out my memory was wrong.
        The medicine was mefloquine.
        Also, he wasn’t paralyzed.
        “On Oct 17, 2002 he woke up on a train platform in India w/no idea who he was or why he was there. No money. No passport. No identity.”

        Now that’s a bad tripping drug.

  11. OrigensChild on April 1, 2020 at 9:51 am

    While we sit working from home in our homes be especially vigilant on this April Fool’s day. I would not want anyone here to become April’s fool as a consequence of misdirection anywhere. As enlightened as we all appear to be, and as informed as most of struggle to be, the information available to us is heavily partitioned and controlled. As I survey the propagandistic furor and hysteria hoisted on the public related to what appears to be a serious virus with peculiar characteristics, I also know this environment has been engineered in a culture that is oblivious to its own history in many parts of the world. If I may, let me explain my concerns.

    Here, in the U.S. I hear a lot of hyperbole with respect to the uniqueness of the situation, but I am also reminded of the severity of the small-pox epidemic occurring here during the time leading up to, and including, the real U.S. civil war of the 18th century–known as the Revolutionary War. When one carefully examines the historical record to see what decisions were made one gets an interesting perspective of the situation today within the historical record. The small pox epidemic was very severe here, whereas in England the population had developed immunities because they experienced the epidemic first. Innoculation was an unproven technology, but was used to great effect against an infection that could be easily triggered via biological warfare techniques. The thought occurred to me that medical advice was deliberately left out of the Constitution during a time when people had strong memories of this epidemic. It makes one wonder if the absence of this language should speak more loudly to those decision makers in this country lest they stray too far into the seductive arms of power politics and cripple the nation’s economic and military responsibility to it’s citizen’s well-being. I fear some do not know history well enough to be governing in these modern times.

    • Robert Barricklow on April 1, 2020 at 12:06 pm

      Back to: The struggle against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.
      They engineer the forgetting. Today, they’re designing drugs specifically for that. They’re are engineering memories to be implanted.
      Someday they’ll be another spark ignited.
      That fire will be analogue and
      spread like an unquenchable virus.

      [For now, it appears that Prince
      Phillip got his wish and is back]

  12. goshawks on April 1, 2020 at 5:40 am

    There is a fairly-balanced article over at ArsTechnica:
    “FDA approves the Emergency Use of Chloroquine for COVID-19. Move comes despite worries about lack of evidence, shortage for existing users.”
    Much more info is in the Comments section of that article. Culled from those comments (thanks to all!):

    “Chloroquine is toxic. This is how its anti-malarial action is established. Its toxicity interferes with the disposal of the metabolic products of the malaria parasite, causing the parasite to be poisoned by its own metabolites.”

    “It’s actually quite bad for sick people, but it’s a specific remedy for a parasite that damages red blood cells. They have a crystal that forms inside them to absorb the heme released in the destruction of red blood cells which this drug destroys, making the parasite die from heme toxicity.”

    “Some background on chloroquine as an immune system suppressor:
    Hydroxychloroquine has a number of effects on the immune system. Recently, hydroxychloroquine has been found to interfere in the internal communications of an immune cell, by inhibiting important proteins that recognize danger signals (either from infectious invaders or from byproducts of lupus inflammation).
    Chloroquine inhibits the ability of cells to take in and process thiamine. This may keep immune cells from regenerating out of control.
    Antimalarials go directly into these lysosomes and decrease the acid levels in there that the digestive proteins require in order to work best. In doing so, antimalarials can really gum up some critical activities of hyperactive immune cells.”

    “The immune modulation seems actually to protect against the often deadly immune system overreaction with COVID-19.”

    “There is already [an] advanced trial in Europe, testing for a bunch of treatments (including Chloroquine) that will start providing results by the end of the week.”

    So, we will start to get statistical (large sample) info on whether or not Chloroquine is useful in saving the lives of dangerously-compromised people within a few weeks. Until then, who knows? (Regardless of Bayer inventing it…)

    • anakephalaiosis on April 1, 2020 at 7:59 am

      The most important response to hostility is always prompt retaliation. That is intuitive and instinctual action, directed towards the source, not the symptom.

      The emperor of China was unable, to solve the court intrigues, and therefore Sun Tzu was brought to court, to haircut the laughing concubines – and to shoulder the blame.

      The nature of the imperial court intrigues was secret poisoning, by all means imaginable. These Borgia methods were also the Jesuit trademark, and still is.

      Global poisoning is a plague, for culling the herd, by Satanic papal empire. Disciplinary culling of slave soldiers was called “decimation”.

    • Roger on April 1, 2020 at 9:52 am

      I heard you had to take it with zinc supplement and it ionized zinc to get inside infected cells and its the zinc that keeps the virus from replicating. But there are later studies that show this drug somehow affects a wide range of viruses but its not sure how yet. Too strong an immune system is bad with this virus. Too strong immune reactions are what’s killing people. So perhaps weakening the immune system somewhat saves the sever cases lives as well.

      • Roger on April 1, 2020 at 9:55 am

        Talking about cheap vitamin supplements being a cure for anything is illegal in this country so perhaps that is why the fail to mention the zinc part of it. Zinc is not an approved drug!

      • Verum on April 1, 2020 at 11:03 am

        A “strong” immune system is one that can self-modulate, recover quickly and can handle what is thrown at it. And this, btw, is the reason a healthy diet and GI are essential for immune health since 80-90% of our immune system lives within the mucosal lining of our GI tract. It’s about the same surface area of two tennis courts. And this is also the reason most people have GI damage from problematic foods and everything else we ingest as well as the environment.

        An immune system that is overwhelmed because of GI damage that has damaged the immune system’s ability to function well is the primary cause of autoimmune disease, which more people suffer from than heart problems and cancer combined. Cleverly and criminally, the system doesn’t acknowledge most AI diseases as AI disease.

        • Roger on April 1, 2020 at 12:57 pm

          I suspect round up on the crops is the biggest damager of our gut flora.

          • Billy Bob on April 1, 2020 at 11:23 pm

            Explains the mad dash to stash toilet paper. I am currently dealing with g.i. Issues that were history due to a cleaner diet. Organic fresh fruits and vegetables are in short supply so purchased and ate “the other kind”. Bad idea. Need to dig up the lawn I guess. Normally there are plenty here on Texas MesoAmera border.

  13. anakephalaiosis on April 1, 2020 at 5:27 am

    Latest Doctor Who episode, from BBC Wildlife:

    The “Jesuit papal Corona” is a viral strain of Glücksburg (the Hesse-Kassel virus).

    The viral strain of Glücksburg financed the Rottenchild plague, and facilitated the Weishaupt pestilence.

    The “Jesuit papal Corona” is a world-war-virus, from the prestigious Pasteur Institute, in Paris.

    The “influenza royal” is codenamed “Prince Philip’s reincarnation”:

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