FLCCC takes up the civil rights standard – expert panel live Thurs

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  • Tue, May 04, 2021 - 12:59pm

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    Canuck21

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Reposting this just out from the FLCCC.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 3, 2021

CONTACT:
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Public Health Authorities are Failing to Control COVID-19.
Civil Rights, Legal and Medical Experts Around the World are Fighting for
Access to Lifesaving Drug Ivermectin
FLCCC Alliance to Convene Expert Panel to Discuss Access to Lifesaving Treatments for COVID-19 Despite the Medical Authorities Attempting to Limit or Ban Their Use

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Extensive research shows ivermectin can reduce the risk of getting COVID-19 by 92.5%. However, through questionable evaluation methods, Public health authorities around the world continue to recommend only highly restricted use of or outright ban of ivermectin. These actions only serve to prolong the COVID-19 pandemic and hurt the most vulnerable people in countries of all income levels. However, many advocates in these countries are fighting back and demanding that everyone have access to all safe and effective treatments to prevent and treat COVID-19.

The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) will convene a panel of leading civil rights, legal and medical experts from around the world to share their stories and help guide others in the fight to ensure everyone has access to ivermectin and to end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experts from the United States, South Africa, France, and Zimbabwe will discuss the latest efforts as they continue to call on governments to immediately adopt the use of Ivermectin to prevent and treat COVID-19. The discussions will include the latest legal efforts to overcome misguided government actions restricting the use of ivermectin, the role of civil rights organizations in advocating on behalf of all populations to gain access to ivermectin, success stories of individual legal efforts to get access to ivermectin for loved ones suffering from COVID-19 when other treatments are not working, and why Ivermectin needs to be immediately adopted as the standard of care globally.

The panel will take place at 11:00AM – 12:00PM ET on Thursday, May 6, 2021 via video conference.

Link for MEDIA ONLY to join: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FOFYfaBoQ_GTE763TjJx_w

The program will be streamed on YouTube LIVE: http://www.youtube.com/c/FLCCCWeeklyUpdate

Pressing questions discussed during conference will include:What have been the consequences of the decisions from health authorities such as the WHO?
What are the questions being raised about the methods of the WHO in their decision to recommend that ivermectin only be used in clinical trials?
What can be done when governments or hospitals restrict or prohibit the use of ivermectin for COVID-19?
How do individuals get ivermectin to their loved ones after the hospital will not allow it to be prescribed?

Expert Panelists:Pierre Kory, MPA, MD, President, and Chief Medical Officer, Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance. Dr. Kory leads a group of highly published, world-renowned critical care physicians and scholars who have developed lifesaving protocols using ivermectin.
Barend Uys, Head: Research and Development, AfriForum, a South African-based civil rights organization that recently led the successful legal battle that ordered the country’s health authority to reverse its decision and allow doctors to prescribe ivermectin to treat COVID-19.
Ralph Lorigo, Esq. A New York-based attorney, who has successfully helped several families of patients gain access to ivermectin after being denied by hospitals.
Jackie Stone, MD, Frontline COVID Clinicians Society, Zimbabwe. As a clinician, Jackie has firsthand experience in successfully treating COVID-19 patients with ivermectin. At the same time, her country’s government continues to deny broad access to the drug.
Jean-Charles Teissedre, legal counsel, BonSense, a French civil rights organization that is currently participating in legal action to secure an emergency use authorization for ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19 patients in France.

  • Tue, May 04, 2021 - 04:41pm

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Not sure where to post this for the most exposure, but there is a bombshell study done by the  Salk Institute and they have come out and said the vaccine is dangerous.

Here’s the link and please get this out to the more active members.  Chris should take a look at this, if he has not seen it already.

Cheers!

The novel coronavirus’ spike protein plays additional key role in illness

  • Tue, May 04, 2021 - 04:53pm

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With all due respect Hladini, to me this research says nothing about dangers with the vaccine. Many are now connecting this research and other research to possible danger with the spike protein vaccines.

http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=242255

The refutation comes here from Dr. Mobeen.

With respect, Andrew

Everything in his video makes sense.  If it is accurate, it suggests that only a small number of spike proteins are free to bind to cells.

Yet we have having apparent vaccine reactions that seem to involve clotting and bleeding as well as neurological issues.  The number is unknown, but it’s almost certainly significantly more than the official numbers.  See for example:

https://leohohmann.com/2021/04/30/highly-cited-covid-doctor-comes-to-stunning-conclusion-govt-scrubbing-unprecedented-numbers-of-injection-related-deaths/

So what is going on?  Is the mechanism that Dr. Mobeen mentions that gets a few spike proteins out of the cell more prolific than he thinks.  Or maybe in people with some sort of morbidity that interferes with those elegant processes in the video a much larger number of spike proteins escape the cells?  Perhaps it’s something totally diferent?

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One of the problems with Dr. Mobeen’s video is that he says that the spike protein does not leave the cell in which it is made using the vaccine instructions.

However, this video from Houston Methodist Hospital says that it not true. It say that spike proteins are ejected from the cell.

Houston Methodist Hospital

If this is so, and if it gets into the bloodstream, then at least one doctor has stated that the circulation of the spike cells could cause vascular damage.

Patrick Whelan MD PhD UCLA Pediatric Rheumatology

I also read a paper from a European institute (translated from German by Google Translate) that says that certain antibodies produced by the vaccine may be triggering a clotting cascade and thus the blood clots.

European Institute Report on Clotting.

 

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 09:58am

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    dr Mobeen

That video from Houston Methodist is very simplistic.

I would be inclined to believe that Dr. Mobeen is correct, at least for the most part and that is why the majority of people don’t have severe vaccine reactions.

Of course it’s a complex system and everybody is different in terms of basic function and state of health.  I imagine that is where there is room for the spike proteins to be involved in severe vaccine reactions.

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 10:08am   (Reply to #6)

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The video is simplistic but I have seen other videos which also contradict what Dr. Mobeen is saying.

In other videos the spike is extruded from the “vaccinated cell” and not destroyed inside the cell. For instance, this video quite explicitly says that the spike protein is extruded from the cell.

Cell Extrusion

And that was always my understanding of how it worked.

Thus, if a blood cell is programmed to extrude a spike, the spike would end up circulating in the blood stream.

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 10:11am

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I haven’t seen any papers that really focus on the issue of “what happens to the spike proteins” other than at a very basic level, i.e. the spikes are made in the cell, “presented” on the surface, and acted  upon by the immune system. Maybe that is the case, but I would think at least some spikes must escape…maybe when cells die. Are the cells that are producing these spikes killed by the immune system? If so, perhaps spikes are released during that process.

Another possibility is that during injection, especially if the vaccinator is careless and doesn’t check for (aspirate) blood, too much of the mRNA (or adenovirus in the case of J&J) could wind up in the blood in which case it could “infect” blood cells, endothelial cells, etc. This might produce a completely different result than when it primarily gets into muscle cells and could result in some of the more serious adverse events that are reported. I will note that I was looking at the cdc information about vaccination and they say aspiration is not necessary for deltoid injections because there are no large blood vessels in that area. Still, though, perhaps to some degree, differences in reactions are related to exactly where the injection is placed? I don’t know but people do have anatomical variations.

Assuming some spikes do escape and wind up in the “general population” (blood stream) I’m guessing that people who have serious adverse reactions, like clots, have some kind of anomaly in their immune systems that causes it to over-react. Most likely these are the same people who would have a rough time with an actual covid infection.

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It may not be large blood vessels, but muscle tissue is very well supplied by capillaries. All those mitochondria in muscle cells need a constant supply of oxygen.

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 10:42am   (Reply to #8)

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coh:

Are the cells that are producing these spikes killed by the immune system? If so, perhaps spikes are released during that process.

Dr. Mobeen claims this is true in the video, however, he says that the number of spikes that escape this way and then escape immune cells in the blood is too small to do meaningful damage.  I would guess that this is true most of the time, but not always either because sometimes more spikes escape or some people are really sensitive to small numbers of spikes.

Assuming some spikes do escape and wind up in the “general population” (blood stream) I’m guessing that people who have serious adverse reactions, like clots, have some kind of anomaly in their immune systems that causes it to over-react. Most likely these are the same people who would have a rough time with an actual covid infection.

Yes, that’s my theory too.

Kat43:

It may not be large blood vessels, but muscle tissue is very well supplied by capillaries. All those mitochondria in muscle cells need a constant supply of oxygen.

And those capillaries need smaller vessels to supply them as well as smaller veins to return blood to the larger veins.

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