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The report below is about the United States but it could just as easily be about Belgium, the Netherlands or France because the playbook, approach and funding system was the same in every country. This scenario was not conceived and decided in a sovereign way by any country. It came from higher up the chain.

" In late March 2020, the US Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Within this $2 trillion stimulus package, $100 billion was earmarked for hospitals and local health centers that treated COVID patients.

( Note for Belgium : Royal Decree No.10 of 18.04.2020 by Maggie De Block provides funding to hospitals on behalf of Covid-19 at a rate of 1 billion euros per year until .... 31.12.2025.

Not much later, the Flemish government decided by Decree to also allocate an annual budget of 1.5 billion euros for funding hospitals under Covid-19 until the end of 2025 )

Hospitals were reimbursed 20% extra for every Medicare patient admitted to hospital with COVID, and the only criteria to receive that bonus was a COVID-positive PCR test.

( note for Belgium : in 2020, hospitals received 1,600 euros per day per Covid patient and Eldery Care Homes and other healthcare facilities 800 euros per day per patient. Reimbursement was automatic without any administrative obligation. No positive test was required. A suspicion of Covid was enough to register patients as a Covid patient and collect the premiums )

The federal COVID-19 Treatments Add-On Payment program also paid hospitals bonuses for each COVID-19 patient treated with COVID drugs approved for emergency use (Remdesivir, restorative plasma, Baricitinib, Molnupiravir and Nirmatrelvir).

Ostensibly, the extra bonuses for COVID patients were supposed to help hospitals recover revenue lost by cancelling elective procedures. But the hospitals would be full of COVID patients, so how much revenue was lost?

The bonuses were also supposed to cover the extra costs of caring for COVID patients, such as extra personal protective equipment and sanitary facilities, but that could just as easily have been covered as an additional item, rather than a fixed two-digit percentage on top of the actual cost of treatment.

( note for Belgium : Belgian hospitals also received additional grants and subsidies for the maintenance of their buildings and the purchase of personal protective equipment and sanitary facilities. As of April 2020, EUR 3 billion has already been paid out to hospitals from the federal government and as much as EUR 4.5 billion by the Flemish government - on top of hospital bills to health care facilities and patient copayments that basically cover the actual costs )

Hospitals also received a 300% surcharge for COVID patients put on life support, even after it became clear that this was a death sentence. Somewhere between 50% and 86% of all ventilated COVID patients died, but the government never dropped the incentive to use ventilators. Why?

( note for Belgium : NVA MP Philippe De Backer ( a lung specialist in prime profession ) warned the Vivaldi government in April 2020 that the seriously ill were being treated incorrectly and artificial coma with ventilation could lead to a fatal outcome. In June 2020, he and some colleagues from Oxford University published a study showing that and why the treatment methods were wrong and concluded that 50% of the deaths could have been avoided. The hospitals, at the behest of federal health minister Frank Vandenbroucke, nevertheless went ahead with artificial comas, ventilation and treatment with Remdesivir of which the aforementioned minister purchased stocks worth 12 million euros that were, however, donated to Africa shortly after delivery )

During 2020, evidence emerged that the PCR test is incredibly unreliable above 35 cycles, and health authorities instructed laboratories to use 40-45 cycles. Essentially, we had an epidemic of false positives, and financial incentives drove hospitals to mistreat and kill countless patients, many of whom might not even have COVID.

( note for Belgium : in Belgium too, PCR tests were amplified up to 40-45x while here too it was common knowledge that this led to false positives. Erika Vlieghe admitted this relatively early on, adding that a virus is not a living organism, needs a host to be activated and dead virus material can give rise to a positive test up to 80 days later ).

As if that wasn't bad enough, primary care providers in the US were also bribed to force patients to receive the toxic COVID injection. The following document was posted on Twitter in mid-April 2023 by Rep. Thomas Massie, an award-winning scientist and Republican Congressman for Kentucky.

Doctors were encouraged to vaccinate babies too

Once the US Food and Drug Administration approved the COVID shot for children, similar vaccination incentives were extended to them as well. As described in an Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Medicaid provider bulletin3 from July 2022, doctors received $50 for every Medicaid patient aged 6 months and older who received the experimental jab.

( Note for Belgium : Belgian doctors did not receive automatic compensation for the number of vaccines they placed but were heavily pressured by the Medical Association to maximize vaccination of their patients. Those who did not comply were prosecuted and suspended, some even struck off as doctors.

Doctors who administered vaccinations in vaccination centers, on the other hand, received heavy compensation of up to €2,000 a month. Cities and municipalities also received compensation from the government according to the vaccination rate on their territory. The higher the vaccination rate ( in percentages 70%, 75%, 80% ... 100% ), the higher the compensation which amounted to several million euros ) Each city and municipality had a considerable financial interest in getting as many of its inhabitants vaccinated as possible ).

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