Damning Biodistribution data for spike proteins – WOW
Janie-em, Appreciate the idea of a naturopath. My daughter’s pain went away after about 5 days, so I’m hoping it was just a passing issue. I should have made that clear in my first posting.
My wife and I both had mild soreness after the first shot and pretty bad soreness in our arms after the second shot. After the second shot I developed a shooting pain, just sometimes, when I lifted that arm that went up my shoulder to my neck, but I didn’t think to associate it with the vaccine at the time. It developed about 2 or 3 days after the second shot and went away after maybe a week. So who knows.
Watched the Weinstein interview with Dr. Malone and Steve Kirsch again. Wish Weinstein could have interviewed Malone alone. Kirsch is good but, for understandable reasons, is just over zealous to get the message out. Chris and Weinstein have done valuable work getting the truth out, but this has to spread to the mainstream media to make a difference I think.
I am umm, disturbed, by my empathy for your situation.
With the finest grandchildren in existence (amazing pedegree), I live in impotent fear of their parents’ insouciance.
My granddaughter is a reincarnation of an Overmother. The loss to humanity would be incalculable if She fell victim to naivete.
I’m so sorry to hear about your daughter’s experience. Thank you for sharing it with us. I think your plan with the horse paste might actually do some good. The fake spike proteins get stuck in the ACE2 receptors (in various parts of the body) and cause trouble. If you can protect the ACE2 receptors, that might help.
Perhaps you could also contact a telemedicine doctor from the FLCCC’s list and ask them about your daughter’s post-vax syndrome and see what they recommend? An already-brainwashed PCP is worse than useless. He has already decided not to fight. “It can’t possibly be the shot.” During the Civil War, Lincoln kept replacing generals until he got one that would fight. That’s how we ended up with Grant, and the union was saved. You are in the role of Lincoln. My advice: keep replacing your generals until you find one that fights.
One other note. Prayer works. (There was a study done, actually). You are not helpless. The stronger your faith, the better it works.
“The placebo effect” is the place reserved for prayer and faith in the modern world. Even Pope Fauci Himself know how powerful faith is. That’s why he demands those randomized trials. Can’t have faith and prayer affecting medical outcomes, now can we?
Anything that Pharma can do to disempower individuals, they are doing. They have been doing now, for generations.
So swap out your generals until you find one that fights, and then maybe re-read the instruction manual where some guy 2000 years ago tried to teach us how to engage “the placebo effect.”
And if your mind is clear and peaceful enough, perhaps you will receive guidance too. My guidance isn’t provided by some external loudspeaker announcement – it is just an idea that pops into my head, usually when I am calm and peaceful. It is in my own voice. “Hmm. Maybe I could try this.” The more you listen, the more often you hear it.
Steve Kirsch was pushing hard for the use of fluvoxamine (SSRI) from the first symptoms to protect against brain fog, which he attributes to inflammation of the brain, something to be avoided. He doesn’t consider IVM protective enough.
I don’t remember. Does IVM cross the blood brain barrier? If not routinely, then it appears there could be value in something anti-inflammatory (like fluvoxamine for this purpose) that crosses to counter the nanoparticles that we now know are capable of doing so.
yes I watched the full video too and I felt more then one time a bit annoyed that right in the moment when Dr. Malone was in the flow of explaining something and giving inside into some critical stuff, Steve Kirsch jumped in and added his comments disrupting the interesting flow in the conversation.
For my opinion quite a bit of information and insights from Dr. Malone got lost by this.
So Yes, me too would wish a separate interview with Dr. Malone with many specific question because he has a fantastic clear way to respond and explain.
With regard to post-vax syndrome, Dr Kory has said in his weekly seminars that ivermectin can help because it mops up the inflammation causing the symptoms in the same way that it does for long covid. I don’t have an exact reference but he wasn’t in this week’s seminar so it would be at least the one before that.
Can someone give me a cite to a published paper that shows that in and of itself-the spike protein is a harmful toxin? I have not been able to find it. Not saying it doesn’t exist, but before I get my nickers in a bunch I want to see that research. Thanks
Even in you knew 80% of it going in, just seeing it all laid out by people with such deep knowledge and passion guided by such a logical interviewer is stunning.
Its funny how seemingly unrelated things come together in your life. Steve Jobs once remarked about a calligraphy class he took after dropping out of college being the inspiration for what turned out to be Apple’s big advantages in the world of desktop publishing.
In my own troublesome academic career I took a Shakespeare class and read many of the plays. One common characteristic of a Shakespearian tragedy is that the hero attempts to solve their problem by appealing to some part of the social structure only to be met with total dysfunction. So they try something else, according to their understanding of the world which gets them only increasingly absurd results.
Eventually the entire power structure, everything and nearly everyone around them is revealed to be utterly hollow and the viewer/reader watches as the character is either destroyed or “cuts the knot” themselves which results in everyone dying.
This morning I think, “Covid is Shakespearean”.
how this experiment was performed: which animals, what was injected
The linked PDF seems to have the information you’re asking about: mice and rats, intramuscular injection.
How exactly did your doctor come up with this diagnosis? Did he do any imaging or tests? Did she have shortness of breath with or without exertion?
I think we can all imagine how he/she came up with that “diagnosis.” Seems like classic lazy modern day “doctoring.” Let me give it a go: here we have a healthy 15 year old complaining of chest pain. 15 year olds don’t get heart disease, so it must be something musculoskeletal. What does the flow chart say…choice 1, costochronditis. Seems reasonable. Go home and take some ibuprofen.
Oh, what’s that you say? She had the covid vaccine 7 hours prior? That can’t possibly have had anything to do with it. These vaccines have been proven safe and effective. Go home and take some ibuprofen.
I know there are many good doctors out there, but my experiences with the medical profession have generally left me less than impressed.