BX Protocol Scam Medicine For Cancer And Other Diseases

BX Protocol Scam Medicine For Cancer And Other Diseases

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"I've been sent a link to a video about the BX Protocol. It’s appalling. The BX Protocol isn’t actually a protocol — there’s nothing that seems to be at all specific about it. It’s a collection of quack cures for everything, daubed with sciencey language to make it sound authentic. If you want to see what I mean, watch this con artist try to bamboozle his audience with his version of molecular genetics."

BX Protocol was a purported treatment for cancer and other illnesses, which was not FDA approved, yet sold to US patients, and it was not approved by any other regulatory agency in the world, but was also marketed and sold to people outside the US as well. It was not approved by Swissmedic, the Swiss regulatory agency, but was reportedly promoted in Switzerland by Christian Oesch, according to a person whose wife had cancer and they met with Oesch who offered BX Protocol as treatment for her cancer. It's documented, in my research report linked above.

Why waste time on documenting that scandal, you might ask. Christian Oesch (also referred to as Ösch) interjected himself and took over the most important phase of a very important project in anti-EMF-pollution sphere in Switzerland, which was a project I had started and was running -- and he screwed it up -- and he lied about it and related matters publicly. He showed up in the picture, lied to my contacts about his background, at a time when the key artifact, key deliverable of the project, was already done, after months of hard work by Professor Lennart Hardell and myself. So Oesch's engagement was absolutely minimal, yet he publicly boasted about his role which he misrepresented, and publicly lied and lied and and misrepresented his minimal engagement in multiple languages.

Oesch's disruption and damage to the project was due to the fact that he introduced a number of risks that became major issues and hurt the project -- it's something any professional project or program manager, or anyone with a good, highly intelligent common sense understands.

What was his aim / motives?? I believe, 1) egotistic glory, attention, publicity of being associated with a great work, since if you look at his resume (even including falsehoods he has in his resume) it doesn't look impressive at all, in my opinion. And he has a history of associating himself with others' great works. 

And 2) he's selling a woo woo gadget that has no credible scientific backing, and he was trying to get publicity for his products, by getting credibility for him being associated with my project and Professor Hardell's highly prestigious scientific clout (in reality Dr. Hardell would NEVER endorse or even get close to such unscientific, woo woo devices. Oesch, for example, was trying to set up a public meeting involving Dr. Hardell, and the maker of the woo woo devices -- which Dr. Hardell would NEVER agree to, but Oesch apparently couldn't comprehend Dr. Hardell's real stature, and the painstaking legitimacy of real scientific research -- to understand that that would never happen. After all. Oesch was also pushing energized sugar water for $17,000 as a scientific remedy for cancer and other drugs!! 

So I believe Oesch had conflict of interest in getting engaged in my project. I believe he had ulterior motives of glory and money, as explained above -- but also he had the motive of being engaged in the activism for the cause -- but the his inept way of handling things, in my opinion, hurt the project far beyond the benefit of doing a translation and sending some envelopes (which we were perfectly poised to do without him. I believe Dr. Hardell fell for Oesch's lies about his background, otherwise he would have never let Oesch get close to the project we were delicately running for a long time without Oesch, and we completed the key deliverable before Oesch decided to prey on our project, which is what he did, in my opinion. 

That whole story, and various public lies he's said about the Hardell-Ganjavi project, and lies about his own background -- are outside the scope of BX Protocol which was essentially sugar water, with a price tag of around $17,000 marketed to people ill with cancer and some other serious diseases. 

Apparently Oesch was the CEO of the BX Protocol scam company (per several documents we have), but his last title seemed to be a COO title prior to leaving the company, some months before FDA Criminal Investigations unit shut the company down. He probably saw the writing on the wall.

Oesch came back to Switzerland after living in the US for a long time (he's both a US and Swiss citizen, and is native Swiss from Canton Bern, Oberland Region). During his years in the USA, aside from being a CEO, COO, salesman of BX Protocol scam, he was a figure in the ASD (Ad Surf Daily) Ponzi Scheme which was busted by the US Government. Oesch was not a big fish but still the government forfeited assets of his, over which he got engaged in a fight against US justice authorities (which he lost) where he threatened to sue the judge, prosecutors, etc. if they take away his money (the amount of which he grossly exaggerated when he was lying to Swiss people about it later), and once they took his money he sent them an invoice for about THIRTY TRILLION DOLLARS (size of the entire Banking Bailout, larger than US GDP), and when they didn't pay he sued them and of course he lost the case. He was also engaged in the Sovereign Citizen movement.  And he was extensively involved in tax schemes and numerous shell companies. Yet he's publicly said he spend 20 years in EMF/health research, and made other fake claims about the period he was in the USA, to deceive the public his background. He ran for National Council in Switzerland (he was NOT elected), and he has a very public figure, and has morphed into being engaged in promoting all kinds of conspiracy theories.

In Switzerland he also started various entities including Vivipro, Verein WIR, and sells woowoo gadgets (woowoo meaning without credible scientific basis) such as E-reliefmobil... He became an activist against 5G but in my opinion he's done the movement more harm than good -- and now in particular as he's mixing it with Corona conspiracy theories which dilute the purely scientific EMF activism.

The other key figure in the BX Protocol scandal is "Dr" Dewayne Lee Smith who's reportedly on the run. He's the guy behind the (fake) "science". [UPDATE: In 2023 Smith was convicted and sentenced to prison].

There's a lot of information on the internet about the BX Protocol scandal and its victims, including this semi-satire page people started about BX Protocol that has some true and useful information and links (I haven't checked it fully for quality and am not endorsing it): https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/BX_Protocol  There are a lot of videos on YouTube, e.g. this one as part of a BX Protocol playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqyCf4LZ1kk&list=PL0i2qLgc7uAE6_MCzbkb4DRHsWxGptWOA&index=1

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