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Ecuadorians Take To The Streets To Protest Against Cutbacks And Job Losses In Response To Coronavirus


Thousands of people in Ecuador have taken to the streets to protest against government cuts and job losses in response to the coronavirus pandemic.


With government responses to the coronavirus increasingly ruining the economies of entire nations, the shockwave from the pandemic is only surpassed by the audacity through which potentially life-saving information on the possible containment of the virus is being systematically withheld from the people, as well as from many political decision-takers worldwide.

Social life is being disturbed, basic civil rights are being taken away, and economic damage in unprecedented proportions is being accepted, all in the name of curtailing the pandemic. And yet neither the so-called ‘experts’ nor the politicians they advise are providing people with the most basic – and potentially life-saving – health advice: an optimum intake of vitamins and other essential micronutrients is a key measure for anyone to strengthen their immune system. This scientific fact, recognized by nine Nobel Prizes and documented in countless textbooks of biology and biochemistry around the world, is notoriously absent from essentially every public health recommendation.

As Dr. Rath described in his recent Open Letter, the deliberate silence over natural ways to strengthen the immune system, which are readily available now, is outright irresponsible. This silence is no coincidence. It happens to the benefit of corporate interests that try to take massive economic advantage from the ongoing crisis; namely, the pharmaceutical investment business.

To educate yourself and others regarding the facts about the pandemic, we encourage you to read Dr. Rath’s Open Letter and share it as widely as possible.

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