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A single man is behind the global corona measures – and “nobody” knows him

Source: Report24.news, Florian Machl, 25 March 2024

Tomay Pueyo is said to have invented the coronavirus panic and the coronavirus measures. (C) Image from TEDx Talks / YouTube

The partially redacted RKI protocols raise a central question: Who is the person who got their way in Germany by politically ordering corona measures (without scientific evidence)? Many commentators think it is Angela Merkel. But there is another person who is often mentioned in statements by politicians, scientists and government papers. A man who hardly anyone knows and who Report24 has not yet interviewed – and we really do know many people who have been intensively involved in all aspects of the pandemic since the beginning of 2020.

The American in question wrote a strategy paper at the beginning of 2020. Translated into 30 languages, this was allegedly read by 40 million people within a very short space of time and is said to have changed their view of the danger posed by the pandemic. In any case, this story is being conveyed by the media, which claim that this is why many governments have changed their coronavirus stance to “sharp”. How can it be that this man and his paper are completely unknown in coronavirus resistance circles?

Basically, it’s a “Yuval Harari” of coronavirus, except that everyone really knows the former, a scientist and bestselling author from Israel. Everyone knows Drosten, Fauci, Schwab, Soros and other similar people who became sadly famous during the pandemic. But “no one” knows him, who was apparently the initial source of ideas for the marketing strategy:

Tomas-Alexandre Pueyo Brochard

His name is Tomas Pueyo (Brochard) and his existence was apparently never a secret. The German government confirmed several times that its strategy paper on lockdowns and mass testing was based on the paper “The Hammer & The Dance“. This was written by Pueyo on 19 March 2020 and published on the website “Medium”. (It was his second paper on the topic, the series started on 10 March). All the misconceptions, all the measures and also all the deliberate lies that have been unleashed on the people of this world by governments are rooted in this paper. The German version with the title “Coronavirus: Why you must act now” can be found here.

Who is Tomas Pueyo? One thing is certain: he is neither a doctor nor a virologist. He has an academic background, with two master’s degrees in engineering and an MBA from Stanford. In 2020, he worked for the American company Course Hero, an online learning platform that was co-financed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Google and Microsoft via GVS Capital.

Why are his traces disappearing from archives and Wikipedia?

In this article, we will analyse what Pueyo published in 2020 and how it is said to have spread around the world in a flash – and was demonstrably used in Germany as the basis for the coronavirus strategy. Firstly, however, it should be noted: The left-wing extremist globalist database Wikipedia is covering its tracks. Over time, there have been at least two articles about Pueyo in different languages – and both have been deleted. Why?

Some time after this article was published, we found a (partial) backup of a Wikipedia article in the Internet Archive (see link). On this basis, we were able to understand the deletion debate at the time. At least one of the articles in the English-language Wikipedia was deleted “due to lack of relevance” on 18 December 2020. However, judging by the remains in the Google cache, there must have been other pages. But why should a person who demonstrably held high positions in billion-dollar corporations and had a significant influence on the world’s Covid policy be irrelevant? This was argued in a comprehensible way, but the deletion was nevertheless carried out:

Criterium 1 is fulfilled by the number of interviews he has participated in and citations he has received, including from epidemiologists. Criterium 2 is fulfilled by the creation of the concept of the Hammer and the Dance, which has been quoted by several heads of states, referenced in scientific papers, and has over a million results on Google. Criterium 3 is met by the several articles published about him in outlets such as Forbes, Vanity Fair, or La Nueva España.

Fortunately, there are websites that, for reasons of greed, pull copies of Wikipedia to offer their own encyclopaedias and make money from the adverts. A copy can (still) be found here on everybodywiki.com.

Although Wikipedia and probably also Google are meticulous about making the information about Pueyo disappear, we have found and secured the data in a roundabout way – you can find it at the end of this article.

Pueyo is a specialist in behavioural psychology – in this field he also gave important lectures on successful storytelling – probably from the perspective of a top manager. He himself is now the head of a company worth billions – which has earned extraordinarily well since the start of the lockdowns. In the linked presentation, Pueyo explains that there are certain storytelling techniques that can be used to trigger neurological processes in the brain. “The brain can no longer distinguish between the story and the actual experience”. (Quote: Berliner Zeitung).

When you consider what his expertise was in 2020 – which is said to have enabled him to determine the fate of the world during the pandemic – you get the chills. At the time, Pueyo had published a major publication, “The Star Wars Rings: The Hidden Structure Behind the Star Wars Story“. It was an analysis of Star Wars – a world-famous science fiction film franchise. And we repeat: Pueyo is neither a medical doctor nor a virologist, nor does he have a shred of experience in these fields.

What is in the Pueyo Papers that was supposed to change the world?

There are five texts by Pueyo (six translations in German, see below) that appeared from 10 March 2020 and changed the world – or so the official narrative goes, although these have since disappeared from Google, Wikipedia and the internet archive.

  1. 10. March 2020 – Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now (German version of Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now)
  2. Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance (German version of Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance)
  3. Coronavirus:Out ofMany,One (German version of Coronavirus: Out of Many, One)
  4. Coronavirus:Lernen, wie man tanzt (German version of Coronavirus: Learning How to Dance)
  5. Coronavirus: Isolation and quarantine measures – Dancing with yourself
  6. Coronavirus:How effective testing and contact tracing work (German version of Coronavirus: The Basic Dance Steps Everybody Can Follow)

The first of these texts was translated into 30 languages and still had over 40 million views in March 2020. Of course, you could ask the question: Who is behind this? Who initiated this? Who sent the text to the decision-makers of Western or all nations? Why did it serve as a blueprint or later justification for the measures?

“Coronavirus: Why you need to act now”

The first text, published on Medium on 10 March, German version on 12 March 2020, was explicitly aimed at politicians, local authorities and managers. The subtitle posed the question: What needs to be done and when? It was therefore a clear instruction for action.

When analysing how Pueyo’s words reached the world, especially the German-speaking world, the translators are also important. At the beginning, this was a Maximilian Balbach, self-defined: Tech-Enthusiast, Physicist, Dad, Co-Founder and MD @crossvertise. Balbach is actually the deputy managing director of the advertising agency and consulting firm Crossvertise. Also involved: Jens Bremmekamp, head software developer at Chefkoch.de. Incidentally, the text is very poorly translated in places and even changes the meaning of some sentences in the original.

Later texts were translated by Christina Müller, who describes herself as follows: “Marketing international Management B.A. & Business Psychology M.Sc., FMCG background, market research analyst. #Staysafe everyone”. So here it is again, sales psychology for the masses. Strikingly, although the texts are said to have been read by millions of people, Balbach has 37 followers with exactly one publication, while Müller has 140.

In the first text, “Coronavirus: Why you need to act now”, a threatening image of fear and panic was created, which people in the western world in particular would later hear from the mouths of top politicians and read in synchronised media:

It’s coming at exponential speed: slowly at first and then suddenly. It is a matter of days. Maybe even a week or two. When that happens, the healthcare system will be overwhelmed. Your fellow citizens will be treated in the corridors. Exhausted health workers will collapse. Some of them will die. They will have to decide which patient gets the oxygen and which dies. The only way to prevent this is social distancing measures today. Not tomorrow. But today. That means as many people as possible must stay at home, starting now.

Pueyo predicted to the decision-makers in his first text that “in 2-4 weeks, the whole world will be in quarantine”. And the people would be grateful to them, the clever politicians, because they had enacted measures. That would be “the right decision”.

Using graphics that could later be seen in newspapers and on television, Pueyo stirred up fear and terror in the best advertising psychology. Case numbers. Death figures. Curves. High dark figures. It was all there. Allegedly exponential increases if no immediate action is taken.

The Chinese province of Hubei was cited as a prime example. New infections had slowed down there. The fact that this points to a possible Chinese intervention was already published in June 2020 by the free medium TKP, which we hold in high regard. Pueyo was also mentioned there – but nobody realised it.

Due to the restrictive measures in China, it had been possible to prevent an exponential spread that could otherwise be seen all over the world. The scaremongering was perfect and also perfectly presented graphically. The fact that it was not just a matter of “cases” but of concrete “death figures” was subsequently elaborated on. Allegedly, “the death rate would go through the roof” . In Washington, it would stand at 33 per cent. Pueyo also addresses the fact that this is a little exaggerated – he defined a mortality rate among infected people of 3.4 per cent, allegedly based on WHO figures. This would make the pandemic 30 times worse than the flu.

Pueyo’s conclusion: “Countries that act quickly reduce the mortality rate by a factor of 10” . All of his theories were based on childish modelling and assumptions that were largely made up out of thin air. The statements are also inconsistent.

While he assumed a mortality rate of 3.4 per cent at the top and 4 per cent at the bottom, around 1 per cent of those infected had to be admitted to hospital to be ventilated. However, as there are not enough ventilators, this would be a catastrophe. In addition, millions of masks would be needed for healthcare staff alone. We don’t need to tell Report24 readers that all of this is wrong, just for the sake of completeness. After Pueyo has calculated and written himself and his readers into dramatic fear and panic, he defines the measures that should then be applied immediately worldwide:

  1. Flatten the Curve
  2. Social distancing measures
  3. Containment (through quarantine)
  4. Mitigation (through social distancing measures, stay at home)

Finally, Pueyo once again appealed directly to all managers. Not reacting immediately would lead to immense costs. Only his measures will lead to savings. They should therefore adhere to them and, if possible, spread them further as a matter of urgency.

And this was just the first paper.

“The hammer and the dance” – the model paper for Western governments

In the frenzy of his million-dollar success, Pueyo followed up a week later. “The Hammer & The Dance” was published on 19 March – in German on 21 March. Here he sharpened and expanded his package of measures. In summary, it was about the sequence of lockdowns and easing.

When you’ve finished reading the article, here’s what you’ll take away:

  • Our healthcare system is already collapsing.
  • Countries have two options: Either they take tough measures now, or they will suffer a massive epidemic.
  • If they choose the epidemic, hundreds of thousands will die. Millions in some countries.
  • And that wouldn’t even prevent further waves of infection.
  • If we fight now, we will keep the mortality rate low.
  • We will ease the burden on our healthcare system.
  • We will be better prepared.
  • We will learn.
  • The world has never learnt about anything so quickly before.
  • And we need time because we know too little about this virus.
  • All these measures will help us to preserve a crucial resource: Time.

The Hammer & The Dance

The guidance on which the measures in Germany and Austria should demonstrably be based is also likely to have been incorporated into the decisions of government advisors in many other countries. Who positioned them there is unknown. If you look at the basic funding of Pueyo’s company mentioned above, you get a rough idea of the interactions and mechanisms behind it.

For the US, Pueyo predicts 10 million deaths if nothing is done about the pandemic. This time he returns to his 4% mortality rate – and 75% of the population is said to be infected. The images used are drastic: it would be 25 times the number of US deaths in the Second World War.

Three million seriously ill people would have to be admitted to hospitals in the USA without measures, but these only have 50,000 intensive care beds. It is emphasised:

If 5% of cases require intensive care and it is not available, most of these people will die.The Hammer & The Dance

In addition to the direct deaths, there would also be 1.5 million collateral damages due to the overburdening of the US healthcare system.

For Pueyo, the best solution at this point is the “suppression strategy”. He was not primarily referring to the people, but to the virus:

  • Consistent crackdown. Strong social distancing. Get the spread of the virus under control.
  • Then release measures so that people can gradually regain their freedoms and something approaching normal social and economic life can resume.

And that was “the hammer and the dance” – a sequence of lockdown and easing – that eventually befell the people of the Western world. According to Pueyo, this could result in only thousands of deaths and not millions. And, of course, this approach would also be much “more favourable” financially. A responsible politician who believed this paper could hardly do otherwise. But, and this is the third time we have mentioned this: Pueyo is not a doctor or a virologist. He had no idea whatsoever about the subject.

How do we know that the governments acted on the basis of Pueyo’s paper?

Even if his name is still completely unknown, there were and still are many finds that prove that his texts were listened to and applied. In Austria, it was the Kurier, founded by the US occupying forces in 1945, that honoured the man the most:

His name also appears time and again in questions to governments, for example in the German Bundestag’s printed matter 19/27332 of 5 March 2021 or in Austria, see screenshot below. He is described as a “key adviser on the measures”. For example, in a Bundesrat debate, the ÖVP explicitly cites “The Hammer & The Dance” as a “metaphor for overcoming this global health crisis”:

As further reading, the Berliner Zeitung’s research from 2022 is also recommended: Tomas Pueyo: Wie ein Berater aus dem Silicon Valley zum Pandemie-Wüsterer wurde. It states that the German Greens referred to Pueyo in 2020 – he had “opened their eyes”.

The text spread faster than the virus in those days, as observers realised in amazement. It became the global coronavirus manifesto, with the motto “Flatten the Curve” becoming the leitmotif of politics. Just nine days after it was first published, the article had been viewed 40 million times. And the world was a different place: On 11 March, the WHO had declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, and in the days that followed, around 90 governments imposed a more or less strict lockdown.Berliner Zeitung

Pueyo was also quoted by Christian Drosten in his pandemic podcast, and SPD Finance Minister Reinhard Meyer swore by him. And: At the end of February 2021, journalist Wolfgang Rössler reported on the then Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz: “The young head of government in Vienna is following a coronavirus strategy that US author and Silicon Valley consultant Tomas Pueyo described a good year ago as ‘hammer and dance’.” (Quote: Berliner Zeitung). The central German strategy paper “How we get Covid-19 under control” referred to Pueyo’s work.

The information about Tomas Pueyo deleted from Wikipedia

We have made a backup of the data still available from Everybodywiki. We are not aware of the copyright, but we are publishing this information due to its explosive nature for the public and in order to make it available for further research and to preserve it.

Financial success of Tomas Pueyo and his company Course Hero

The global lockdowns proved to be very beneficial for the success of the online learning platform “Course Hero”. In December 2021, the start-up was valued at 3.6 billion US dollars. According to a report in the Berliner Zeitung in 2022, Pueyo now works as Chief Product Officer at Ankorstore. This company, founded in 2020, was already worth USD 2 billion at the time and saw itself as a competitor to Amazon. According to his current Linkedin profile, his work at Ankorstore ended in January 2024.

Tomás Pueyo

TomásPueyo is a Spanish and French writer, engineer and businessman. He came to public attention in 2020 due to a series of articles he wrote on Medium about the COVID-19 pandemic that went viral.

Early life and education

Pueyo was born in Nantes, France and raised in Madrid, Spain, where he was educated at the Lycée Français de Madrid. Pueyo studied industrial engineering at Comillas Pontifical University and École Centrale Paris, and holds an MBA from Stanford University.


On March 10, 2020 Pueyo published a series of articles about the outbreak of coronavirus worldwide. The article, “Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now”, in which he presented a model for the future of the pandemic, arguing the virus was spreading exponentially and was a more immediate threat than most realised, was read over 40 million times in the first month. His subsequent viral article, “The Hammer and the Dance”, read over 20 million times, described a comprehensive strategy for how societies needed to respond to the onset of COVID-19 with the “hammer” referring to widespread lockdowns and other strict initial social distancing measures needed to contain the spread of the virus, and the “dance” describing the more nuanced, long-term effort to control localised outbreaks around the world until a vaccine is widely distributed.

Pueyo continued writing articles on the COVID-19 pandemic, including “Coronavirus: Out of Many, One” focused on the situation in the US, “Should We Follow the Herd Immunity Strategy like Sweden”, and “Learning How to Dance”. He also wrote a piece for The New York Times about fences: border controls limiting the number of cases coming into a community.

In addition to writing, Pueyo serves as a vice president for Course Hero, an online education platform. Previously, he held minor roles at L’Oréal, Siemens, Zynga and several Silicon Valley startup companies.

Pueyo published his first book, The Star Wars Rings, and gave a TEDx talk about storytelling and psychology in December 2017.


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The following information is also a backup copy from Everybodywiki, which used Wikipedia at an unknown time – Brochard has since been completely removed from Wikipedia.

Tomas Pueyo Brochard

Thomas Pueyo Brochard, originally Tomas-Alexandre Pueyo Brochard (* November 1982 in Nantes) is Chief Product Officer for Ankorstore, based in Europe. He is the originator of the theory The Hammer and the Dance, which went viral worldwide in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

His life

Pueyo is the son of French-Spanish parents. Both parents were film producers. He grew up in France, Spain and Italy. He attended the Lycée Français de Madrid, studied at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas from 2000 to 2005 and at the École Centrale Paris from 2002 to 2005.

in 2010, he obtained his MBA from Stanford GSB with a degree in public management and a specialisation in behavioural psychology. He works for the US company Course Hero.

The Hammer and the Dance

On 10 March, Pueyo published an article on medium.com entitled Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now. (German translation: Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now. On 19 March, he published a second Medium article entitled Coronavirus : The Hammer and the Dance , What the Next 18 Months Can Look Like, if Leaders Buy Us Time. Both articles have been read millions of times.

The hammer and dance theory is a step-by-step approach to controlling the epidemic. The “hammer” is intended to reduce the transmission rate of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, through the lockdown imposed in March 2020. Low transmission is to be maintained during the dance phase. The reproduction rate (R-value) should be below 1.

The theory received an unusually strong global response in a very short space of time, including in Germany. In February 2022, the Berliner Zeitung wrote that the rumblings in the online press had been fuelled not least by the man who many claim “thanks to him, the threat posed by the then novel coronavirus first came to the attention of the global public in spring 2020″: Tomas Pueyo.” Even the first article, which was distributed millions of times and translated into 30 languages in a short space of time, became a “global coronavirus manifesto”.

The motto “Flatten the curve!” (flatten the curve) has become the “leitmotif of politics”. The global lockdown strategy may have been influenced by this, although its scientific quality is questionable. In August 2021, Pueyo was described in the Austrian tabloid Kurier as the “architect of the global corona strategy”, whose theses had become “almost common knowledge and a global strategy” a few weeks after publication, according to the business magazine Capital and the German magazine Stern.

Pueyo’s concept was also affirmatively received or critically evaluated in the academic literature analysing pandemic strategies and in pandemic journalism, whereby the significance of his theory for public and political opinion is not denied, but problematised.

The concept also received a considerable response in Germany, for example in the strategy paper of the German Ministry of the Interior, particularly in the section for which Heinz Bude was responsible.

Private life

Pueyo is married to Patricia de Llano Colado, has four children and lives in the United States.


The Star Wars Rings: The Hidden Structure Behind the Star Wars Story. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 1st edition, August 2017. ISBN 978-1-974436-58-3

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Supplement: What Tomas Pueyo is doing now

Apparently, Pueyo has earned enough money in big business, is self-employed or a private individual and now writes witty blog posts on the site unchartedterritories. There he discusses women’s waistlines, dreams of spraying the atmosphere with extremely toxic sulphur dioxide to save the world and the history and present of Poland. You can do that. Perhaps he should have done the same in 2020, then we would have been spared a lot. However, given the current state of the world, it is conceivable that someone will believe him and realise the sulphur dioxide thing. What could possibly happen? I hope nobody tells Bill Gates that.

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