Maui County Building Lawn
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Sign wavers gathered on the side of South High Street in Wailuku to alert commuters to a simmering crisis. One person was quoted as saying: “We are being forced to wear masks and take shots. Our rights are slowly eroding.”
The event was sponsored by MandateFreeMaui.org. Guest speakers Robert Malone, MD and Steve Kirsch were still in Maui after the big weekend rally. This day was to be different; they were here to talk to the assembled group about Early COVID Treatment.
Dr. Malone stressed, “Don’t be afraid. Be prepared.” He warned we can likely expect a new variant “Delta Plus” to emerge in Hawaii in December or January. He says the probability of death is a “fraction of a fraction of a percent” for healthy people. Obesity is the number one risk factor, followed by immune compromised ailments and age. He reports we will see both vaccinated and unvaccinated in hospitals but most likely it will hit the overweight and the elderly the hardest. There is close to a zero risk for children unless they are obese or have underlying health issues.
So what happens when you get COVID? Initially the virus enters the body and triggers an immune response (called the viraemic phase). This is not the dangerous phase of COVID infection.
The immune response that happens during the viremic phase can lead to a hyper-inflammatory responses within the body and this is what increases hospitalizations. Combatting inflammation in the post viremic phase is crucial. It is the hyper-inflammatory mechanism that is responsible for causing blood clots that have been linked to irreversible damage and death.
He recommended prophylaxic treatment – taking supplements to boost your immune system. Over- The-Counter (OTC) vitamins and supplements include Vitamin C, D3, zinc, quercetin, melatonin and aspirin. One can also gargle twice daily with the old-fashioned gold Listerine and use a saline spray with povidone iodine added. More information can be found at the FLCCC website or at https://freecovidhelp.org/
Dr. Malone encouraged everyone saying now is the time to prepared. Some of his recommended preventatives are getting harder to find.
Early Intervention – must get started within the first 5 to 7 days of symptoms. This plan is centered around the continued use of prophylactic vitamins and supplements with an addition of anti-viral medications (i.e. Ivermectin) and anti-inflammatory medications. Ask your doctor about getting monoclonal antibody infusion therapy. This is known to eliminate symptoms after just a few days.
Starting as early as possible is crucial – symptoms generally appear 2 to 3 days after exposure. Symptoms can include fever, sore throat, cough, headache, and fatigue. You may or may not lose your sense of taste or smell for a week or two.
Dr. Malone acknowledged some naturopathic remedies are effective as COVID treatments. He shared a new study funded by the Department of Defense and involving a Kona based company. He cited studies being done in India involving Celebrex (a common arthritis medication) and Pepcid AC. Results show promise.
Dr. Malone debunked certain myths surrounding Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquin. They are well documented to be effective and safe, and have been widely used worldwide for decades. The NIH/WHO study that reported Hydroxychloroquin was unsafe and ineffective was giving the medication to patients at unsafe levels and administered far too late in the disease progression. Remember: take as soon as possible. Symptoms manifest in 2 to 3 days from exposure. So start taking medication in the first 5 to 7 days!
Dr. Malone shared that he is, in fact, vaccinated. He got it because: 1) he had COVID in February 2020 and was suffering from long haulers COVID, and 2) he believed the vaccination would be necessary for travel. He got the Moderna vaccine because it was the only one available in rural Virginia. BUT Dr. Malone said he was unaware of the adverse side effects at the time he got it. He suffered from a short-term neurotoxicity side effect post vaccine and later developed stage 3 hypertension. He said if he knew what he knows now, he would never have taken the shot. He also shared data that shows the frequency of adverse events increases in individuals who have had COVID.
Steve Kirsch said that he fully believed the CDC/FDA/medical community “safe and effective” narrative. Two months after getting his vaccination, friends were asking him about his experience because they were having adverse reactions. It caused him to look deeper into vaccine safety. Based on he found, he no longer believes the vaccines are safe and effective. He advocates for early alternative sources of treatment.
Dr. Malone advised the crowd on ways the community can deal with COVID. Instead of fear – repeat the mantra… “There is hope. There are options. You do not have to be a victim. “ Take charge of your community and your future.”
It is up to individuals to build and enhance a community network. Seek like minded people. Infected individuals isolate – which leads to less access to resources/support and increases the chance they will die alone.
Look for underground networks that are available on other islands that help to distribute prophylactics / early treatment medications. Search for mobile (or stationary) monoclonal antibody infusion centers. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL YOU GET COVID!
Educate others! Spread prophylactic and early treatment information. Circulate this information.
Dr. Malone expressed that he struggles to balance his personal opinions of the COVID vaccination and COVID treatments with what he can say as a doctor. He is risking suspension of his medical license and his ability to reach people via certain platforms. He highlighted his friend Dr. Lorrin Pang of the Maui Department of Health. Dr. Pang has been targeted by local politicians and media and is having his medical license threatened because he advised a pregnant woman against taking the vaccination because data does not support the safety. Also, he showcased Drs Kirk and Kim Milhoan – both are targeted by the Hawaii Department of Health for speaking out against the vaccination and for prescribing medications.