Hydroxychloroquine vs The Globalist Deep State

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  • Sat, Sep 26, 2020 - 12:03pm

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    Jim H

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    Thank you for bringing attention to the actions of the Deep State Chuck

The level of censorship is clearly ratcheting up as the US election approaches.  The mainstream media will not do their jobs and bring attention to this newsworthy fact because they are in fact complicit in the larger plan.  For instance, if you even mention Qanon on twitter you will likely get suspended.

 

Worse than getting banned from Youtube or Twitter, you would not have thought this could happen, but the reality of this time in history is that if you go against the fascist Corp. medicine grain, you will get cancelled or fired.  This happened to Dr. Simone Gold after her advocacy for HCQ, and it happened as well to Daniel Corcos, MD, PhD, after he drew attention to the association between mammograms and breast cancer in older patients.. i.e. that a long history of mammograms INCREASES your risk for breast cancer.  Radiation causes cancer.. duh.

https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/238527v1

We live in an era where narrative shrouded in science takes the place of real science, driven by greed and corruption, with the narrative force-multiplied by the mainstream media.  This leaves most observers unable to cope, without any history of scientific self-sufficiency, thus lacking the facility to question question the narrative.

Some like Doug will never open their eyes, but it’s my hope that there are many open minded individuals reading PP.com who will begin the recognize what is going on and will have the epiphany we call, “red pilling”.  Best regards to all, Jim

 

  • Sat, Sep 26, 2020 - 12:14pm

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    Susan7

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  • Sat, Sep 26, 2020 - 12:40pm

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    regarding vitamin D dosage versus blood level

Forgive me if I posted this before or someone else did but it’s such an important point, it bears repetition.  Knowing the relationship between vitamin D (which I’ve preached about to patients for years as a pro-hormone) and COVID19 as well as the relationship between vitamin D and prostate cancer, I decided to get my blood levels of vitamin D checked.  It’s probably not covered by insurance according to the doctor and the lab but I felt it was important enough to pay out of pocket.

With swimming regularly out in the sun this summer, walking on the beach in a bathing suit in the sun, sitting out on my back deck in the sun (when I could no longer readily do the above two), ingesting 1,000 IU daily in the summer (and 2,000 IU daily in the winter), and taking a tablespoon full of cod liver oil every day (containing about 400 IU of vitamin D), my level was still down at 40 ng/ml.  My former secretary had to take 5,000 IU per day to boost her levels above 50.  My best friend gets only moderate occasional sun exposure and takes no supplements or special foods yet his blood serum vitamin D level is sky high at 400ng./ml. (yes, you read that right, 400!).  He has no other blood chemistry abnormalities and no symptoms and is extremely strong and fit for his age of 67 (or any age for that matter).  There aren’t too many people of any age who, at 195 lbs., can pump off 100 push-ups and perform 30 chin-ups at a time, etc.  The doctors are completely baffled and don’t know what to make of it.  My friend even stopped drinking normal amounts of vitamin D fortified milk but his levels still remain sky high.

That being said, I now realize that it is critically important for one to get their blood serum levels checked.  Intake dosage DOES NOT necessarily correlate with blood serum level.  You could be ingesting lots and have low levels (like me) or ingesting next to nothing and have high levels (like my friend).

Of course, we don’t hear a single public service announcement from our government, who allegedly cares so much about us, to get our vitamin D levels checked, either for general health or for flu prevention or for COVID19 prevention.  Nope.  Take your drugs, get your vaccine, and deposit your money in Big Pharma coffers and shut up.

We’ve gone through the stone age, bronze age, iron age, industrial age, and information and computer age.  I think we’re now solidly in the bovine excrement age.

 

  • Sun, Sep 27, 2020 - 09:52am

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    Vitamin D dosage to blood level correlation variability

My former secretary had to take 5,000 IU per day to boost her levels above 50.

Dr. Mercola says most people need above 8000 IU/day to reach optimal levels or even sufficiency levels, while some people need more. 10,000 during winter months is not a bad idea. With vitamin D[3] one can also take say 40,000 twice a week, or 100,000 per week.

My best friend gets only moderate occasional sun exposure and takes no supplements or special foods yet his blood serum vitamin D level is sky high at 400ng./ml. (yes, you read that right, 400!)

Are you sure that’s not 400 nmol/L (160 ng/ml)? Cuz 400 ng/ml is definitely well into toxicity. You won’t get an infection but you might get severe calcification.

That being said, I now realize that it is critically important for one to get their blood serum levels checked. Intake dosage DOES NOT necessarily correlate with blood serum level. You could be ingesting lots and have low levels (like me) or ingesting next to nothing and have high levels (like my friend).

Very true, I had mine checked recently and it was slightly lower than what I expected at 42 ng/ml, but my girlfriend who had been getting a lot more sunshine than me had much lower than expected at 38 ng/ml.

We’ve gone through the stone age, bronze age, iron age, industrial age, and information and computer age. I think we’re now solidly in the bovine excrement age.

A.k.a. the easily-discoverable mind-control age, and the apocalypse (age of the great reveal of all hidden truths).

  • Sun, Sep 27, 2020 - 12:36pm

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    D3 Testing

I have been doing the hydroxy-25 test for D levels for the last 10 years due to PC. I have always tried to keep it at 80-100 ng/ml and last test it was 124. I backed off some and am taking a combo D3 +K2.  My insurance pays for the Hydroxy-25 test 3 times per year.

  • Sun, Oct 11, 2020 - 03:16pm

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Why there’s no mention if Donald Trump used Hydroxychloroquine after testing positive for the virus?

He used HCQ prophylactically in the past, he had no adverse reactions to it (very very few people do), so it made sense that he would use it again after testing positive.

But there’s no mention of it. Any ideas why?

  • Sun, Oct 11, 2020 - 03:38pm

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    Good question cgarcia….

He had stopped taking it as prophylaxis months ago.  In general, things are different once you are in a hospital, i.e. it’s not just you and your physician calling the shots anymore.  Maybe the feeling was that this had already quickly progressed past phase 1 and that HCQ would have had diminishing returns.  I did see both Zinc and Vitamin D on the list of meds he took.

I scratch my head even more in terms of the decision to give him Remdesivir, which can in fact do harm.  The most interesting choice though was the Regeneron therapy, which is described in more detail here;

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/why_is_president_trump_in_the_hospital.html

Of greater interest is Regeneron’s antibody cocktail, considered experimental and still under investigation but allowed for the president based on compassionate use.  Trump’s actual symptoms are unknown but obviously not severe if he could walk unassisted from the White House to Marine One.  There was no mention of hydroxychloroquine, a drug Trump had taken previously but that potentially would not mix well with the antibody cocktail.

The Regeneron cocktail, rumored to be called the Covfefe Double Shot, is a “novel two-antibody cocktail, REGN-COV2, with potential to diminish risk of viral escape by effectively binding to the virus’s critical spike protein in two separate, non-overlapping locations.”

Per Regeneron:

For infectious diseases, Regeneron typically pursues a “cocktail” approach of two or more antibodies against a pathogen combined in a single medicine.  The different antibodies working in slightly different ways have a higher chance of effectively blunting the virus should it mutate (change in form or nature) over time.
Both antibodies bind to the spike protein of the Wuhan virus, rendering it inactive, much like two police officers working in tandem to apprehend a violent offender.  Fortunately, “Virus Lives Matter” hasn’t begun protesting the heavy-handed medical enforcement techniques of antibodies.

 

  • Sun, Oct 11, 2020 - 03:52pm

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    Chuck in Belize

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Reply to #536 —

I think we all already know why.

He wants to get re-elected. He knows his opponents have
very successfully squashed the entire HCQ narrative. He knows that bringing
it up is not going to help him on November 3.

The cartoon that FrenchConnexxion showed us pretty much says
everything we need to know.

Secondly, the last DJT documented use was May 18, which is way
beyond the 60 day half-life of HCQ in the system.

My feeling is that the folks on this thread already know everything
they need to know, and need no further confirmation from
“Authority.”

I doubt whether the Don is re-elected (or re-jected)
that any of us are likely to hear very much more about the
efficacy of HCQ. It just does not suit those “in charge.”

What the Don says, no longer matters.
Go with what you know.
Ignore the rest.

Just my humble opinion, but I think it’s worth something.

  • Sun, Oct 18, 2020 - 01:58am

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    RandomMike

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    Too much zinc can harm immune systeml; 40mg/day highest adult recommended dose

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/zinc-overdose-symptoms#TOC_TITLE_HDR_8

And cause stomach pain. 40mg/day highest adult recommended dose; much less for children as low as 4mg/day.

  • Sun, Oct 18, 2020 - 06:54am

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    Maximum dose of Zinc

Thanks for the article on Zinc, Random Mike!  According to the article, I’ve been taking a little more than the Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) established by healthcare authorities as part of my daily supplements.  I’ll be cutting back.

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