A Potential & Promising Cure For Covid Has A Problem: It’s Too Cheap.
Methylene blue is a generic, inexpensive, and safe medication that has been shown to eradicate covid from Chinese blood bank supplies. It’s also the antidote for a rare poisoning that mimics the ‘silent hypoxia’ that kills covid patients.
So why isn’t methylene blue being studied in large patient trials? Well, it pre-dates Penicillin, and as a result it is so cheap no pharma company will profit from a clinical trial.
Let me say this again: there is a known, potential cure for covid — and the problem is it is too cheap.
Thankfully, there is a way to solve this nonsense. New blockchain technology enables anyone to bypass big pharma and other middlemen to build solutions directly in a free market. At Minuteman Capital we call these activist ‘wolfpacks’, which is something Wall Street has used in elite circles for years. Allow me to explain…
Pfizer recently received $2,000,000,000.00 from the US government to build a novel vaccine. For 0.025% of that cost a trial on methylene blue can be done at one of the premiere academic medical centers in the world (thanks to lawyers, I can’t say which one). The problem is 0.025% of $2 billion is still $550,000 which creates a goldilocks problem: it’s too much for an individual to spend, and not enough for a big company to be bothered.
I will personally donate the first $10,000 of the $550,000 required to run a trial on methylene blue. To raise the rest, I set up a ‘wolfpack’ to transparently pool contributions toward the trial using blockchain technology. Why?
Wolfpacks bypass the insiders who control big pharma, so now anyone can create a democratically structured fund to tackle any objective they want. And I want to crush covid, so that’s what this first wolfpack is gonna f’ing do.
Here’s how wolfpacks work:
- Any capital raised is democratically owned and operated by its members.
- If a wolfpack reaches its escrow trigger, there is an immutable record of who contributed what. If it doesn’t reach its trigger, the funds are returned automatically back to its members.
- Wolfpacks can be designated as non-profit (e.g. like a GoFundMe), or they can be for-profit (e.g. like Kickstarter, but with ownership).
Minuteman Capital was started by democratizing the capital stored in your own home. That was already a radical concept — to bypass bankers and control your own capital. Those same patents & tools can now be used to bypass Wall Street/big pharma, and quite possibly cure a global pandemic.
I know this sounds crazy. As a physician, I avoid social media because it usually is crazy. So please try to share this with the friends you know and trust the most. I wouldn’t risk my professional reputation and step into such a public arena if I wasn’t convinced this is critical — as there’s a very real risk of being fired for writing this. But as a wise man once said:
“Suffocate your bullshit excuses and go do something.” — Gary Vanerchuck