Physician Comments from Naked Cap Website
A number of physicians comments on the current handling of the pandemic on the Naked Cap website:
On Vaccine protection:
“Stay home and take care of yourself.”
This is the terminal lunacy of VAX VAX VAX.
The problem is that many of these people are being told to stay home while they are turning blue and coughing up their lungs. And this week in my area 85% of the COVID outpatients are fully vaccinated with 30% of those boostered. It is as if the entire medical industrial complex has learned not a fucking thing in 2 years.
I cannot tell you how ashamed I am of where my profession is today.
The fact that our media is still putting out this kind of tripe to mislead the masses is yet another sign of the mass delusion.
On the severity of Omicron:
I think Americans think of “mild” as a head cold. I think the medical establishment thinks of “mild” as not being admitted. The non-admitted, however, can be violently ill, trust me.
On Japan’s success in treating with Ivermectin:
From what I understand of the Japanese medical system, it wouldn’t surprise me at all if they are giving it to patients without telling them….Those who have lived in Japan will confirm I think that getting a straight answer from a Japanese doctor on any medical topic is nearly impossible.
On the present failures of the CDC:
… I am thinking of the last 2 events in my career where there was exceptional involvement from the CDC. In 2018, we had the vaping crisis. In 2012 or thereabouts, we had the West Nile issue. Although that virus had been with us since 2001 here in the USA, it really exploded in the summer of 2012 in the Deep South in the USA …
In both cases, there was frequent, at times weekly updating from the CDC about treatment options and guidelines. There was intense discussion of what seemed to be working and what did not. In both cases, these treatment options were obviously non-approved for these purposes by the FDA. There was a crisis, and this is what we have available, and this is how you should be using them. This is what works. This is what does not work. And this is our evidence why we feel the way we do. This was constant from the CDC in both cases.
That has simply not happened at all in COVID. Here we are 2 years into this. There is not a single shred of treatment advice from the CDC outside of the inpatient setting. Let’s face it – most antiviral efforts have to be done immediately. That would mean where I work in an outpatient setting is the golden hour. If we wait till the patients are in the hospital they are going to have much worse outcomes. The agencies are saying nothing about outpatient therapy and have put forth nothing. We have worldwide studies on fluvoxamine, ivermectin, HCQ, steroids, VIT D, VIT C, Zinc, and I am sure there are many others. We now have monoclonal AB. A question – have you ever heard Dr. Fauci discuss monoclonal AB in a positive way? If you have please show it to me.
Thanks for the Naked Cap link as I hardly ever go to them any longer due to their having largely swallowed the mainstream corona narrative with notable exceptions concerning ivermectin and the failure of the vaccines. Yves Smith seems to be quite the germophobe and I can’t take her seriously on anything corona related. OTOH IM Doc is one of their top medical commenters and I always found his analysis and comments spot on.
I do have a question though. Their take on omicron is that not only is it more contagious than delta it’s also quite a heavy flu/respiratory type illness for some people. The impression I get from Chris (with which I’m very much inclined to agree looking at the evidence he presented) is that omicron is nothing to be concerned about. IM Doc is of another opinion which is coming directly from his hospital experience on the ground.
Of course the data is muddy, who’s getting sick?, are they obese?, elderly?, have other comorbidities? etc. Since the overwhelming majority of IM Doc’s patients are double vaxxed and 30% boostered, it appears that omicron is affecting the vaxxed whose immune systems apparently have been compromised by the “vaccines”. What a surprise.
I’m no doctor but I think I just answered my own question. Ha.Ha.
Yes people with comorbidities and elderly are always more vulnerable to any infection. No one is addressing long covid and omicron as it is too early to know. Long Covid often follows milder illness so this is a concern with Omicron. People with allergies, asthma, h/o irritable bowel, women, and often people who are athletic and fit seem more vulnerable per one marathon runner who has made some good videos on Long Covid. Sharing just for those interested since this may be the bigger issue with Omicron if people don’t get treatment early on.
I had long covid from the first wave and was sick for 6 months until I recovered with IVM. I have several risk factors for long covid and recently I believe I caught omicron.
I was able to fight it off with a double dose of IVM each day for 2-3 days. My symptoms were very minor and I didn’t test positive on a rapid test. I started my first dose of IVM after my first day of exposure.