A Critical Review of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic and Its Social and Health EffectsAuthor(s): Bruno Riccardi , Sergio Resta
In this article, we have examined the pandemic from SARS-CoV-2, mainly for the social and health effects it has produced worldwide. We have demonstrated with extensive documentation that the COVID-19 pandemic, according to many scientists, it would have been produced experimentally because it is functional to the profit of pharmaceutical multinationals and the economic policies of many states. The worldwide adoption of ineffective and contradictory social-health policies in countering the current pandemic and impending infectious diseases has hampered the exercise of many fundamental rights, from freedom of therapeutic choice, the right to health and education. The health policy imposed by vaccination, compared to effective and less expensive therapies, and has accelerated the natural mutation of viruses with the emergence of new variants SARS-CoV-2. We have dedicated a previous article to the medical-biological aspects related to the transmission and distribution methods of SARS-CoV-2, and they will not be dealt with in this manuscript. Here we have recalled some essential aspects of the characteristics of the virus and possible therapies to better understand the criticisms we have raised.
According to our interpretation, supported by a wide literature, the pandemic would be of experimental origin and would have the objective of establishing a new political-social balance.