Malone Unrestrained: The Great Pivot

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  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 01:03pm

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    sand_puppy

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    Brandon Smith may be right!

Thanks Pinecarr,

Brandon Smith offers an answer to the urgency to get everyone vaccinated and the passports in place.

He is guessing that the vaccine will do significant damage to humans.  Autoimmune diseases or infertility.  In order to pretend that COVID did this, not the vaccine, it is important that there not be any unvaccinated control group without these injuries.

  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 01:13pm

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    Betadine Nasal Irrigation and Scope/Listerine

Oral and nasal irrigation.

Betadine is a cheap disinfectant that can be diluted and delivered in a nose spray or Neti Pot.  (Suggest diluting 1 part betadine to 20 parts water) and add the Neti Pot salt.

Covid19Crusher and FLCCC advise that common mouth washes, like Scope or Listerine. can be used to clear the mouth.

The recommend 3 times a day nasal irrigation and oral rinse.

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I personally am saving my ivermectin to start at the fits sign of actual illness.

I was just on my way here to post this article. I thought it was interesting the focus on infertility. eeek

Betadine is a cheap disinfectant that can be diluted and delivered in a nose spray or Neti Pot.  (Suggest diluting 1 part betadine to 20 parts water) and add the Neti Pot salt.

Yeah.  I have this empty spray bottle I’m not using.  This sounds too easy not to use.  20:1 huh?  I wonder if it would interfere with PCR test results.

I’m keeping my ivermectin in reserve too.

  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 01:37pm

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    How long would TPTB last in mass die-off?

If the objective is that “the human population is greatly reduced over a short period of time (a generation or two)”, then surely such a mass die-off would be very obvious.

I don’t know how mass psychology would work here. How long would it be before the (dwindling) public connected the dots and blamed TPTB, and raged against the dying of their light? Riots, lynchings, whatever? Would the future look like that depicted in “Children of Men”?

Or would they turn against each other? I guess the latter is the plan, but plans don’t always work.

I hope TPTB enjoy their empty world. Who’s gonna build the robots to do all the maintenance work?

I personally am saving my ivermectin to start at the fits sign of actual illness.

That was yesterday’s plan. But when Dr Malone said this morning that the delta variant replicates quickly and is able to overwhelm the immune system, I thought I might have it wrong. I am unsure of the best way to deal with this. I am overweight (have been moving heaven and earth to try and lose weight but nope) and have a bunch of syndromes and a couple confirmed autoimmune disorders (and a bunch of symptoms of other ones). I rarely get colds I rarely get the flu. So maybe I should just hold the line.

I wonder which is better, Betadine Cold Defense Nasal Spray, (made of carageenan), which I used today to attend a large Hamfest, or Betadine Spray, which contains the Providine?

 

  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 02:19pm

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    Avoid Creating Ivermectin Resistance

One of the principles of microbiology is that mutation can be created by providing a low grade stress over a long period to time.  Sensitive micro-organisms die off and the ones that can tolerate the stressor survive.  Over generations, the surviving micro-organisms come to be the ones that can tolerate that stressor.

For example, when amoxicillin is given frequently to an anxious family every time they have a viral cold, the amoxicillin resistance genes are selected for.  People share genes and bacteria share genes.  The entire household will become a hot spot of amoxicillin resistances.

It is my suspician that long-term, low dose ivermectin use will eventually create IVM resistant coronaviruses.     I don’t know that this is true, or how long it might take.  But it seems likely to me.

Avoiding creating IVM resistant bugs:

1.   don’t use low-dose, long-term exposures to IVM

2.   when you do need treatment, hit ’em hard with big doses and multiple antivirals all at once.  Then stop.

To borrow vocabulary from VDB,  make your CoV treatment regime a “sterilizing regime.”

  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 02:19pm   (Reply to #12)

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    Malone Unrestrained: The Great Pivot

”  I wonder if it would interfere with PCR test results.”

I have no links but I remember when some of these nasal sprays were discovered, there was talk of using them to “beat” covid pcr tests.    The idea was to rinse just prior to the test to wash out the virus from the area about to be swabbed.

I pictured myself huffing in an airport bathroom stall in the hopes of deceiving a test to be allowed on the plane.

 

Lol, what a life…

 

 

 

  • Sun, Aug 01, 2021 - 02:22pm

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    delta, IF

So I’m in the middle of a Delta outbreak.  There is no mass die-off happening.  There just isn’t.  From what I hear, treatment at symptom onset is required, but – heck.  That doesn’t seem hard.

But I can understand your concern if you are overweight.

Speaking of which, you don’t have to move heaven and earth to lose weight.  Try intermittent fasting.  My activity level is down substantially right now, but I am still keeping my weight under control.  Today I was 73 kg @ 5-9.

In the past, I’ve tried lots of diets.  They all sucked.  Compared to all those horrid diets, IF is just effortless.  Took me about 2 weeks to get used to it.  Now its just no work at all.  I skip breakfast, and don’t eat after 8pm.  Its interesting too.  I just feel really full pretty quickly now.  I’m sure I’m eating less, but it takes no effort to do so.

n=1

https://thefastingmethod.com/fasting-a-history-part-i/

https://www.gwern.net/docs/longevity/2019-decabo.pdf

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