Trump dumped WHO – find out why

Trump has dumped the WHO, or suspended their funding, as his primary advisor. There are rumours of a major fall out with the Bill Gates Foundation, although not yet confirmed. What’s going on? There are two main issues: firstly the WHO and Gates have driven a high fear agenda that all point to a vaccine being the only way out, and extensive lockdown until that is delivered. In the UK we have Neil Ferguson at Imperial, funded by the Bill Gates Foundation, who told us half a million people in the UK may die, a figure since downgraded. In other words, Trump and others think their model is wrong. Now, I am just reporting – I am neither for or against either Trump or Gates. I am only interested, in this context, in vitamin C.

The second is the massive suppression of anything other than drugs or vaccines and the attempt to ‘own’ the disease, whose name I cannot even mention because it is a disallowed word on this platform. This is exactly what happened with AIDS. Vitamin C had both inactivated the virus by 99.8%, and outperformed AZT in in vitro cell studies, but this was, and still is, suppressed.

What has appalled me is that the WHO have continued to ignore vitamin C and still do not include it in their list of drugs/treatments worth exploring despite having copious evidence presented to them in favour of vitamin C.

Last month, when asked about China, and whether they were engaged in a cover up, Trump said “No, China’s working very hard … and I think they’re doing a very professional job. They’re in touch with World Health.” While it is clear that there was a cover up in the early weeks of the pandemic, since last month, in all my dealings with doctors in China, it appears that not only are numbers of deaths now openly shared but so are what works in treatment. Namely vitamin C. Please read by report ‘China & Vitamin C – 3 Hospitals Report Results

The more important question, I think, is there a cover up of the effectiveness of vitamin C in the UK? It is pretty much a blocked conversation in mainstream media. A month ago papers that had been approached said they’d wait until the randomised controlled trials on intravenous vitamin C at Zhongnan Hospital in Wuhan was completed. Well, it has been completed, and the results are extremely encouraging – a third less deaths – and still they are ignoring it. We have to be clear here. The only thing the Chinese doctors found that actually increased survival was vitamin C, so the ignoring of it is, quite frankly, allowing some people to die who could be saved.



Every day now two things are happening. I am being approached by UK GPs who are appalled at the suppression of treatment with vitamin C. Why? One GP told from the North West told me “I can only surmise as to why the UK actually now appears to be the single worst country in the world to accept any nutritional aspects of medicine. I am a massive fan of the NHS but I think it creates some specific problems because it is so monolithic and essentially a monopoly for UK health care. Once upon a time when there was reasonable funding we were able to innovate  – but now funding is so tight and workload so high we are running harder and harder to stay still. So there is no energy to innovate plus a culture that no longer allows free thought and free practice  – hence pharmaceutical intervention has full control  – to question this is seen as a betrayal of the beloved NHS.”


Also, I am being approached by relatives of patients in ICU desperate for some leverage to get their loved ones given vitamin C. Once on a ventilator the only route is by infusion or injection. I spoke with Professor Paul Marik, who is Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School in the US. If I was critically ill he’d be my top choice because he has the best record of survival in sepsis patients who, like those with ‘acute respiratory disease syndrome’ (ARDS) brought on by the virus, suffer a potentially life threatening ‘cytokine storm’.

He explains that the ARDS brought on by the virus is not typical ‘ARDS’ and ICU medics should ‘try to avoid intubation if at all possible. Mechanical ventilation may be doing harm. We need to think of alternative treatment strategies.” A New York ICU doctor agrees “We have zero success for patients who were intubated. Our thinking is changing to postpone intubation to as long as possible, to prevent mechanical injury from the ventilator.” The UK’s Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre report on 10th April shows that, of those receiving advanced respiratory support 33.7% leave alive and 66.3% leave dead (table 6). The Zhongnan Hospital group receiving intravenous vitamin C, who were on advanced respiratory support, had 76% alive, 24% dead.

Now, I am not a doctor and this platform is not one to criticise the incredible job medical teams are doing to try and save lives but, we have to ask, do they have the right strategy? Professor Paul Marik MD has sent me his most effective protocol “Please circulate as widely as possible. It is crucial that every pulmonologist, every critical care doctor and nurse, every hospital administrator, every public health official receive this information immediately.” For that reason I’ve put it up in the Resources section on You’ll also see the free downloadable Chapter 9 –Surviving Respiratory Distress from my book, which is now out on Kindle and out next week in paperback. Professor Marik recommends vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc and quercitin, plus magnesium and vitamin B (thiamine, he says, is essential). Most drip infusions add B vitamins.

One thing I learnt from him is that the body fights back with an adrenal response but once vitamin C runs out the body simply cannot make the adrenal hormone cortisol. He gives vitamin C with cortisol. He has been measuring levels of vitamin C in his ICU patients below that which would diagnose scurvy.

Now, this is important because ANY DOCTOR IN THE UK CAN LEGALLY TREAT VITAMIN C DEFICIENCY. They can prescribe injectable ascorbic acid. You know the small print when you look at indications for medication? Here’s what injectable vitamin C says: “There are no contraindications to the administration of ascorbic acid. Its parenteral administration is preferable for those with acute deficiency or those whose absorption of orally ingested ascorbic acid is uncertain (eg on a ventilator). 1 gram daily is recommended. However, as much as 6 grams have been administered parenterally to normal adults without evidence of toxicity.” So any doctor, suspecting vitamin C deficiency, can give 6 grams by injection or infusion and be completely within current medical guidelines. Marik gives 3 grams every six hours for 7 days and warns against suddenly stopping to avoid a ‘rebound’ of symptoms. Please share this information with anyone you know in ICU teams.

Also please support our petition to Protect the NHS with vitamin C at