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The humanitarian who sold his soul to the Big Pharma devil


A GOOD job, wealth, prestige and honours are hard to come by if you’re outside the establishment. At the time of his death almost a year and a half ago, Dr Paul Farmer had all the honours —co-founder of Partners In Health, professor at Harvard, a department chief at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, UN envoy, subject of the New York Times bestseller Mountains Beyond Mountains – but his reputation was built on not being part of the establishment. Perhaps his biggest honour was that he was allowed to have it both ways. He was praised for setting up clinics and living among the poor in Haiti and Rwanda, yet he was well connected with a very corrupt global health establishment – the WHO, the UN, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, and the Clinton Global Initiative and no one mentioned a conflict.

In August 2021 Farmer co-signed a letter to President Biden saying: ‘The time is now for ambitious leadership to vaccinate the world. The need to be on a “wartime footing” to secure the world against this pandemic viral threat is paramount. Any global Covid vaccination program must be structured to address multiple interlinked priorities. First, the manufacturing capacity of mRNA vaccines in the US must be rapidly scaled up to reach approximately 4billion people by the end of 2021 . . .’

This is the same message Bill Gates had for us at about the same time when he informed us that ‘we need to vaccinate everyone on the planet’.

When it came to Covid, Farmer’s message was not that untested mRNA vaccines might possibly be unsafe but that a special effort should be made to get them to the poor right away. ‘By massively boosting vaccine production and removing barriers to an equitable rollout,’ he said,  ‘we can help vaccinate the world to the benefit of all.’ Equity was also the message put out by Bill Gates almost every time he gave an interview. ‘The lack of equitable access to Covid-19 vaccines is a public health tragedy,’ Gates said.

Gates’s actual goal in reaching the poor is to use them as guinea pigs in his experiments in culling the human race. It is also a virtue signal, a means of  getting away with his brand of predatory philanthropy.  And, no matter if a country is poor, Gates looks to make a profit on his investments, something the devil apparently allows.

The Clinton Foundation used the poor in a similar way in Haiti, using the plight of Haiti’s devastating 2010 earthquake to raise $9billion in charitable donations, only 10 per cent of which went to Haitian organisations. Bill Clinton was envoy to the UN in this scam and Paul Farmer was directly involved as UN special envoy under Clinton. So, Farmer was a front man for Clinton and accepted money (and pandemic talking points) from Gates. One wonders why. One might now also question if Dr Farmer’s bringing Anthony Fauci-underwritten HIV/Aids drugs to Haiti in the 1990s was more of a benefit to Haitians or to the pharmaceutical companies who sold them for up to $16,000 per patient. If it hadn’t been for the gross malfeasance revealed in the Covid era, we might never have asked.

The lack of access to C-19 injections was not a tragedy for the world’s poor, it was a fantastically lucky break. Thank heaven the world’s poor were not served equitably with the toxic jabs. In the rich countries whose people did get them, millions have been injured and killed. It is hard to imagine that an on-the-ground practising doctor could miss the non-evidence of a pandemic, or the dangers of giving totally new medical products from felony-convicted drug companies to everyone in the world without delay. Farmer rightly gained his reputation showing the connections between poverty and disease, but he made a terrible mistake getting caught up in the designs of predatory pharmaceutical companies and profit-making philanthropists. Considering the small number of wealthy psychopaths who planned and conducted the Covid operation, the war on the poor includes just about everyone, not just remote villagers in Haiti, and doctors of medicine were its main lieutenants. This great humanitarian seems to have missed the fact that the fake pandemic was a broad-daylight attack in an overall war on humanity.

In February 2022,  Partners in Health announced that Paul Farmer died of ‘an acute cardiac event while he was sleeping’. He was 62. He is thus among the thousands who ‘died suddenly’, the meme for healthy people who quite likely died from Covid ‘vaccination’, though we’re never told. The kindest interpretation is that, unlike Gates, Paul Farmer was not among the cognoscenti, and that he unwittingly took the same poison he was pushing for all. The moral of the story: you may gain fame and fortune, but end up being a dupe. What a terrific waste for a man who apparently spent his life caring for the poor. Let the well-off and well-connected take note: no matter the fame and status the establishment gives you, you can be used and discarded just like everybody else.

This article appeared in Writings of Richard Hugus on June 23, 2023, and is republished by kind permission.

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Richard Hugus
Richard Hugus
Richard Hugus is a writer living on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, US.

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