Q: "How many times are we going to fall for this 'we just want to help the poor' story line?" A: Zero.

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Watch carefully as Economist Jeffrey Sachs provides his explanation and justification in the clip at the top of this substack (here is the source). Listen carefully to the fawning sycophant praise which he graciously ladles on glorious leader WHO Director General Tedros.

*How many times are we going to fall for this “we just want to help the poor” story line?* Under the guise of Crocodile tears (notice the pregnant pause as Sachs makes his pitch?), we are once again asked to give up national sovereignty, allow the WHO (!!) to bypass the US Constitution, and put Mr. Tedros in charge of all the world. For our own global good. Because WE are the ones that failed so miserably to manage the (quite modest) threat posed by SARS-CoV-2 over the last couple of years.

Please remember, Tedros is there because Bill Gates and the CCP put him there.


Okay. First. Very good, Dr. Malone. This whole post is right on the money.

Because I am me, Sage “Galoshes” Hana, I must point something out.

Behold! The “we just want to help the poor” story line.

Who is Robert Malone
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The name of this vaccine candidate refers to Reliance COVID vaccine. Reliance vaccines is a company started by Reliance Industries of India. Reliance vaccines hired me as a consultant (remember, before all of this, I ran a clinical research, proposal development, and regulatory affairs consulting business for decades?) to provide some advice and guidance to a new team that was being developed to create inexpensive new infectious disease vaccines - largely for the poor of India and emerging economy countries who are not well served by western big pharma.

The consulting gig amounted to about once a week participating in a two hour zoom call in the middle of the night with India, listening to the executive team, providing advice when requested, and occasionally reviewing a document or two. Reliance is owned by Mukesh Ambani, one of the wealthiest people in the world, who once served in a leadership position at the WEF. Which I knew nothing about at the time.

When I began helping the new team at this new vaccine startup to make various strategic business decisions (which are none of anyone’s business other than Reliance vaccines), they were not focused on developing a low cost, low tech vaccine for COVID. Remember, there are basically a billion poor in India. And companies like Reliance have requirements from the Indian government to basically tithe into a fund that goes to helping the poor.

The intention was to use that fund to provide inexpensive, low tech vaccines (using well established traditional vaccine manufacturing processes and methods) for poor people. At the time, the only COVID vaccines were expensive and high tech gene therapy types, and those were really hard to get. The team developing RelCoVax was new - as a team- but mostly consisted of very experienced vaccine development specialists assembled from other established Indian vaccine companies.


How many times are we going to fall for this “we just want to help the poor” story line?


Reliance vaccines hired me as a consultant…to provide some advice and guidance to a new team that was being developed to create inexpensive new infectious disease vaccines - largely for the poor of India and emerging economy countries who are not well served by western big pharma.

Remember, there are basically a billion poor in India. And companies like Reliance have requirements from the Indian government to basically tithe into a fund that goes to helping the poor.

The intention was to use that fund to provide inexpensive, low tech vaccines (using well established traditional vaccine manufacturing processes and methods) for poor people. At the time, the only COVID vaccines were expensive and high tech gene therapy types, and those were really hard to get.


I did enjoy the breakdown of what a limited hangout is, though.

Very informative. Thanks for that.


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