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    • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 06:05pm

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      Swine Flu shenanigan

    Good to see Fuellmich mention the swine flu shakedown that happened in 2009-10.

    My girlfriend was a nurse at a hospital at that time and I followed the news stories in depth in addition to getting information/ opinions from the hospital doctors on the ground.

    What happened was: 1. The WHO met and changed the definition of pandemic just before the outbreak.  2. One of the WHO’s board involved in the re-definition was also on the board of the company that manufactured Tamiflu (IIRC Roche).   3. Coincidentally the only drug deemed effective by the WHO against swine flu was Tamiflu – which all responsible governments were then required to stockpile at the the cost of $ billions per country.  Which meant Roche made an absolute fortune.

    It was knowing about this previous shakedown that made me immediately suspicious of this latest pandemic.

    And because the psychology of easy money goes ” it worked last time, let’s do it again”  IMO it’s why we are where we are now.

    • Mon, Apr 19, 2021 - 03:27pm

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      Blood Clots in Astra-Zeneca vs. mRNA Vaccines

    “If the risk of developing a CVT is roughly the same for all vaccines, but the risk of developing a PVT is MUCH greater for the mRNA vaccines, why are they sounding the alarm over the AZ vaccine only? Am I missing something?’

    A large part of the focus the dangers of the AZ version is the result of a deliberate smear campaign from the EU, partly to hobble the UK after Brexit and largely to cover the ineptitude of the EU’s catastrophic handling of their own vaccine procurement:

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/03/23/scapegoating-britain-will-not-save-europe-self-made-disaster/

    AZ also made their product available “at cost” – as a service to the world.  Which means it is 1/5 the price of the Moderna and 1/9 the cost of the Pfizer versions.

    Give the moral depravity of pharma corps that has come to light since this pandemic began, I wouldn’t be surprised if we’re also seeing an inter corporation information war/smear fight for market share.

     

     

     

     

     

    • Fri, Mar 26, 2021 - 05:41pm   (Reply to #36)

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      Ivermectin…. are you not the God I thought you were?

     

    BBQ MD  said:

    “As for ivermectin, the data are clearly in favor of its use.  It’s just not very profitable and, it could interfere with things that are.  Therefore it must be suppressed.”

    The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth – in a nutshell.

    • Fri, Mar 26, 2021 - 05:15pm

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      Ivermectin…. are you not the God I thought you were?

    “We ought to no longer expect anything better from the “anti” side.  And we need to live accordingly.”

    Nobody rational that’s looked into this matter in detail could come to any other conclusion.

     

     

    • Thu, Mar 25, 2021 - 05:15am   (Reply to #3)

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    • Wed, Mar 17, 2021 - 08:33pm   (Reply to #26)

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      Where the “hell” is Medical content?

    Yggdrasil said:

    Just to put another fly in the ointment, are vaccines applying selective pressures on SARS-CoV-2? In essence, helping to trigger these mutations?

    In this video recently posted to this site the doctor (an expert in immunology and virology) speaking about Ivermectin says, “due to the multiple mechanism of actions of this molecule (…) it can cover all the variants because of its mechanism”  (19:10)

    Definitely worth a watch




    • Wed, Mar 17, 2021 - 08:06pm

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      Reply To: Idaho doctor gives compelling talk on Vitamin D, Ivermectin, and Vaccine

    Excellent!  Cogent & concise.

    Pretty much a complete summary of what I’ve learned over the past year from Chris’s videos plus John Campbell, FLCCC and several other Youtube videos by notable doctors that actually think for themselves.

     

     

    • Thu, Mar 11, 2021 - 10:14pm

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      Reply To: Revisiting Vitamin D

    The substance used in the study you cited was not vitamin D3!  It takes too long for the liver to convert vitamin D3 to calcidiol for vitamin D3 to be effective in combatting the COVID-19 dis-ease

    True.

    There’s a lag time for the body (around a week and a half ish IIRC)  to convert vitamin D3 pills into the active form that is used in the body

    During that study they were treating patients that had been already admitted to hospital with Covid.  Obviously they don’t have time to give them pills for a couple of weeks. Hence they gave them the final form (calcifediol) directly.

    However it’s still Vitamin D in that calcifediol is the substance that they measure in a Vitamin D blood test .     Expressed as ng/ml  or Nmol/l

     

     

     

    • Wed, Mar 10, 2021 - 09:09am

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      Reply To: Revisiting Vitamin D

    Yes I saw that Guardian article so I followed one of the links and read the study.

    Here’s the conclusion of that linked study that The Guardian implied was evidence against vitamin D effectiveness:

    Conclusion
    In conclusion, high-dose cholecalciferol (Vitamin D) booster therapy, regardless of baseline serum 25(OH)D levels, appears to be associated with a reduced risk of mortality in acute in-patients admitted with COVID-19 This suggests that further work should be carried out to determine what an adequate serum level of 25(OH)D might be from large-scale population studies, and paves the way for future clinical trials of cholecalciferol therapy, at multiple doses in order to assess maximum efficacy. This inexpensive and widely available treatment could have positive implications for the management of COVID-19 worldwide, particularly in developing nations.

    https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/12/12/3799/htm

    Clown World

    MY conclusion: I will continue regard MSM newspaper articles as inaccurate clickbait sensationalist nonsense (at best) and will continue to read original source studies myself, watch videos made by real doctors that are interested in actually treating patients as opposed to making money, apply critical thinking and come to my own conclusions.

    • Wed, Mar 10, 2021 - 08:47am

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