The renowned infectious disease specialist and microbiologist, Professor Didier Raoult, recently attended conferences in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, where he shared his research on hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin as potential treatments for Covid-19. Despite his accomplishments and prestigious Inserm Grand Prize in 2010, he has been labeled a charlatan during the pandemic. The conferences, held on October 7 and 8, also featured other health experts who had faced criticism for their views on the pandemic, such as Patrick Provost, Bernard Massie, André Bercoff, and Idriss Aberkane.
Hundreds of people gathered to attend these conferences, eager to gain different perspectives on the pandemic and the potential treatments for Covid-19. Many participants expressed the importance of seeking factual information and being able to share it, as well as the need to ask questions without fear of retribution. One attendee emphasized the citizen’s duty to acquire knowledge and share it to awaken others to different aspects of the pandemic.
Another attendee shared his personal experience, stating that he had witnessed his grandchildren struggling with wearing masks for long periods, including during physical education classes. He expressed his support for the conference, affirming that he had understood the issues right from the beginning.
A woman in the audience expressed her admiration for Professor Raoult, recognizing him as an extraordinary individual who had spoken out despite not being heard. She attended the conference to hear his thoughts, show her encouragement, and connect with like-minded individuals.
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In conclusion, Professor Didier Raoult’s participation in the recent conferences in Quebec shed light on the potential benefits of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin as treatments for Covid-19. Despite facing criticism, he courageously shared his research, along with other health experts who had also been questioned for their views. The conferences provided a platform for attendees to gain different perspectives on the pandemic and highlighted the need to ask questions and share factual information. To combat censorship, individuals are encouraged to sign the “Stop The Censorship” petition to protect freedom of speech and the right to question.