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The saying used to be: In England (NHS) death was inevitable, in Canada death was mostly likely, in the US death was optional.
The focus on ivermectin (in isolation) is perhaps the problem of sorts, It seems to me that the successful routines are combination of meds given at the right time; the most critical features being ‘combination’ and ‘right timing’. Compared to a 1% real risk reduction and “supportive care” until you can’t breath. I believe that the preponderance of evidence is to include ivermectin in the combo. My concern with the “vaccine” was initially it’s novel design, the risk of ADE (still not settled), and short safety profile study; its waning potency, boosters, and early risk profile have kept me on the sidelines of acceptance, at least for now. How this fall plays out in Israel and the UK will tell the tale. Staying fit, vit D satiated, and cautious, is sufficing for now. If I were 50 years younger I would include partying in the prescription.
It is the corner of her upper lip that is the “tell”
The only real way is to have a study that was not ‘set up’ for a result, and compare outcomes, but nobody wants to do that. It’s like the flu vaccine, NHS data shows no mortality improvement when the vaccine is widely distribute at age 65; and studies show increased vulnerability to new strains if you have had the flu vaccines; but believers are unshaken in their confidence and beliefs. The drug companies have removed the control groups intentionally, health/science/data is no longer relevant to the narrative; detractors are unclean. Israel’s unchanged case fatality rate in Aug 2020 vs Aug 2021; the ‘vaccines’ aren’t doing it; but the narrative lives.
BC (Can) already has electronic property titles; but the lack of due process (with covid related edicts) and respect for legal rights, adds a worrisome note to this.
Never expected to get this old, or still be as active. I remember my dad doing fitness in the 1950s, because he said he still wanted to continue skiing (which he did until his late 80s), I get that now. I have done the ‘surprise airborne’, and ‘sit on the skidding motorcycle’ events too, so the covid risks seem manageable. It’s also better to be lucky than good. Now off to do my ocean distance swim, and hope nothing eats me.
An article worth reading, although the only people that will read it, already know what he is saying. I am not sure that the antibody response to infection with a new virus is always linear, and you that necessarily need a florid infection (of say, covid) to create the immune response; I would say you need a threshold of antigenic stimulus, which often doesn’t need to be that high (as in a scratch (cowpox, BCG)).
I used Swiss cow as the search engine and got it (there were 2 duds before one link worked). “They”
really don’t want this out there
May not help but good for a smile:
It is also nice to see data from Israel and UK showing that the vaccine has no particular benefit, just all those pesky real, and promised, complications.