Except polo and small pox weren't cured, they vaccinated everyone and the rate of mutation is much slower than flu, or covid. There will never be a vaccine that eradicates it. It will be around mutating each year, that's a simple fact.Uh huh. So, what is pretty clear is YOUR goal is to keep making stuff up as you go along as you continue to try to make facts fit your world view.
Your arguments are a patchwork of anecdotal random noise with such a complete lack of any kind of comprehensive line of reasoning to them that I can only assume it must be by design.
So I'll leave it at addressing two particularly outrageous statements.
Firstly, the one about viruses not having cures. Are smallpox and polio still a big concern among people in your peer group? Because I can happily inform you that the rest of the civilized world has really enjoyed the benefit of seeing these crippling diseases almost completely eradicated.
The second one is about those smart Europeans you mentioned, or the very people TOTALLY NOT BOTHERING with the distraction of hydroxychloroquine and instead focusing on treatments that have actual promise.