It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

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  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:09pm

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    Steve

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

This is the better way of considering the subject of vaccines and covid.

I had a dream where we were getting together for a social activity at my home with other couples.

Somebody asked the question, “do we need to wear a mask?”

I responded with “have you had covid already?”

The response was “no.”

I responded with, “it must be scary to have never had covid.  I mean, you aren’t immune!  You must fear catching a case of covid that could send you into the ICU.  I guess the best thing you can do is

– take care of yourself, exercise, eat well and take vitamins,

– social distance,

– wear a mask

– and maybe even take that lousy vaccine!”

 

 

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:13pm

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

This is the other side of the coin.  I mean, I’ve been asked numerous times … “have you been vaccinated?”

Having had covid, already, I’m a part of the immune group.

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:35pm

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    Mike from Jersey

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

Steve,

It is, indeed, scary to never have had Covid. I am in that position. I have – like sand_puppy – been trying to pick up a “light viral load” infection. The idea is to beat the disease with my overall level of health, supplements and my innate immune system. Then I’ll have (hopefully) natural immunity.

I know damn well that I am playing with fire, but between the vaccines and virus, I would rather take the risk with the virus.

Maybe, I am making a mistake. Maybe, even a fatal mistake. But that is the choice I have made.

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:40pm   (Reply to #3)

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    Choose your hospital wisely and have an advocate

I wish you good fortune.

May I suggest that you choose your hospital wisely, in advance.  This way you will know you can receive treatments other than only those sanctioned by the globalist.

Also, be sure to have an advocate who will be active with the doctors and nurses.  Once you get behind that door to the Covid ICU you are at the mercy of people you have never met, before.  You life is literally in their hands.

Beware of the night shift.

Let’s hope your case is mild!

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:49pm   (Reply to #3)

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

Thanks, Steve.

But no hospital for me.

I am seventy years old.

If I start to go down, I go down in my beautiful home. I am ready for that.

I don’t want to die in a hospital

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 08:58pm   (Reply to #3)

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

Mike,

I am 65.  I went to the hospital after 8 days of symptoms at home.  I needed oxygen.

Although they poked me with needles, injected all kinds of foreign substances into my body and made me use a bed pan, I ultimately came off of the ventilator.

They released me to an in-patient rehab hospital after 42 nights.

I say this because there are some people who live the trauma of the hospital.  You may be one of those.  If you don’t go, and you really need to, then you don’t get a shot at recovering.

Today, I am “almost” recovered.  I would put myself at 85%.  It has been four months since release and I plan to fully recover.

 

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 09:00pm   (Reply to #3)

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

Steve, I wish you well and a complete recovery.

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 09:09pm

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    I like to think I’ve caught it several times by now

I’ve been on NINE plane flights (counting stop-overs) in the last two months.  In between, I’ve spent a lot of time in airports, I’ve gone out to dinner, I’ve stayed in numerous hotels and gone up and down with other passengers. I’ve done most everything – except airplane flights – without a mask (but the masks wouldn’t really stop aerosol virus from getting to me, anyway – though I believe it should lower the load somewhat).

In other words, I’ve been TRYING to catch the SARS-Cov2 virus by going on the offensive and more-or-less making myself an obvious target.  I’ve done a lot of my travelling in areas that were reporting massive outbreaks of Delta at the time I was visiting.

I don’t know, but it seems exceptionally unlikely I haven’t encountered and taken in WuFlu on multiple occasions.  I mean, aerosol transmission means you can catch it from probably 30 feet away. Travelling by plane – especially since most of the flights were long distance domestic and did NOT require a Covid test, or even a body temperature check–means I was around thousands of people, for dozens of hours, in confined spaces.  It seems extraordinarily unlikely I didn’t take in the virus, and probably more than once.

But do I know?  No I don’t.  There were a number of times, especially in the days after a flight or being in a high risk environment, where I felt like I was coming down with at least a bad cold.  But I would take more prophylaxis and, whatever it was, went away every time within 24 hours.    Maybe it was always nothing, or maybe it was legitimate allergies (I have them).

I don’t know.  I’m not likely to know, unless the rules change regarding testing.  But I do know at least ONE thing:  the prophylaxis (including proper body weight, exercise, good attitude, proper sleep, and not kissing strangers too much)  is more effective than the stupid “vaccines”.  And probably 1000x more safe.

And you only have one life.  And we are supposed to be doing something with that life.  Or, I believe, we wouldn’t be here at this critical juncture.

PS, My thanks again to all in this community who have supported me with knowledge and, especially, to Chris Martenson and SandPuppy for being so courageous in their personal example.

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 09:12pm

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

Steve,

I’m sorry to hear about what happened to you. I know of someone your age that had COVID-related pneumonia that required hospitalization. As soon as they gave him oxygen, he felt immediately better. He had antibody plasma, antibiotics, (probably useless) Remdesivir and steroids. He came home after 2.5 days with no restrictions. This happened almost a year ago.

Hospitals are now following the CDC guidelines, which include vents. Vents will harm many. Instead of going to a hospital, I suggest your local Urgent Care. We know someone in a small town that went to their local Urgent Care and was offered monoclonal antibodies if they had COVID; they did not.

Finally, if you get hospitalized, you can say no to a vent. It is difficult, especially if they do not allow your family members in with you as an advocate, but you can say no.

For those who have not had COVID, please look up the work of Dr. Zelenko and his protocols, as well as the work of America’s Frontline Doctors. Their remedies do work.

  • Mon, Sep 27, 2021 - 09:18pm

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    It must be scary to never have had Covid. You aren’t immune!

A pandemic so deadly, people wished they had it. Our ancestors would laugh in our faces before they spun in their graves out of shame. They faced more danger before breakfast than most modern people ever have in their lives.

When will we find our courage? When will stop being afraid of life? Why are so many of us so weak?

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