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I Don’t Know Of A Bigger Story In The World (NC)
The Drug That Cracked Covid (Michael Capuzzo)
Finnish Firm Earns US Patent For Covid Drug Containing Ivermectin, HCQ (Yle)
Mild COVID-19 Induces Lasting Antibody Protection (wustl)
Rand Paul Says Dr. Anthony Fauci Should ‘Be Immediately Fired’ (JTN)
Inside India’s “Hunger Games” (Bhandari)
More Bombshells On Covid And Wuhan Lab Connection Should Come Soon (JTN)
The Ghost of Arthur Burns (Stephen S. Roach)
America’s Nuclear Spending Spree (DP)

 

 

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Michael Capuzzo, famous journalist and writer, started looking into ivermectin when his daughter fell ill with Covid. But even Capuzzo couldn’t get his paper published. It’s time to start talking about the untold number of deaths caused by the ban, by politics, media, medical field, social media, of mentioning anything related to ivermectin. This has gone too far.

When my daughter Grace, a vice president at a New York advertising agency, came down with COVID-19 recently, she was quarantined in a “COVID hotel” in Times Square with homeless people and quarantining travelers. The locks on her room door were removed. Nurses prowled the halls to keep her in her room and wake her up every night to check her vitals—not to treat her, because there is no approved treatment for COVID-19; only, if her oxygen plummeted, to move her to the hospital, where there is only a single effective approved treatment for COVID-19, steroids that may keep the lungs from failing.

I Don’t Know Of A Bigger Story In The World (NC)

Michael Capuzzo, a New York Times best-selling author , has just published an article titled “The Drug That Cracked Covid”. The 15-page article chronicles the gargantuan struggle being waged by frontline doctors on all continents to get ivermectin approved as a Covid-19 treatment, as well as the tireless efforts by reporters, media outlets and social media companies to thwart them. Because of ivermectin, Capuzzo says, there are “hundreds of thousands, actually millions, of people around the world, from Uttar Pradesh in India to Peru to Brazil, who are living and not dying.” Yet media outlets have done all they can to “debunk” the notion that ivermectin may serve as an effective, easily accessible and affordable treatment for Covid-19. They have parroted the arguments laid out by health regulators around the world that there just isn’t enough evidence to justify its use.

For his part, Capuzzo, as a reporter, “saw with [his] own eyes the other side [of the story]” that has gone unreported, of the many patients in the US whose lives have been saved by ivermectin and of five of the doctors that have led the battle to save lives around the world, Paul Marik, Umberto Meduri, José Iglesias, Pierre Kory and Joe Varon. These are all highly decorated doctors. Through their leadership of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance, they have already enhanced our treatment of Covid-19 by discovering and promoting the use of Corticoid steroids against the virus. But their calls for ivermectin to also be used have met with a wall of resistance from healthcare regulators and a wall of silence from media outlets.

“I really wish the world could see both sides,” Capuzzo laments. But unfortunately most reporters are not interested in telling the other side of the story. Even if they were, their publishers would probably refuse to publish it. That may explain why Capuzzo, a six-time Pulitzer-nominated journalist best known for his New York Times-bestselling nonfiction books Close to Shore and Murder Room, ended up publishing his article on ivermectin in Mountain Home, a monthly local magazine for the of the Pennsylvania mountains and New York Finger Lakes region, of which Capuzzo’s wife is the editor. It’s also the reason why I decided to dedicate today’s post to Capuzzo’s article. Put simply, as many people as possible –particularly journalists — need to read his story. As Capuzzo himself says, “I don’t know of a bigger story in the world.”

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“A news blackout by the world’s leading media came down on Ivermectin like an iron curtain.”

The Drug That Cracked Covid (Michael Capuzzo)

Marik had been keeping tabs on Ivermectin but hadn’t included it in his protocols. He knew the drug as a core medicine on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines, and it is wellestablished in the literature as a “wonder drug” that won the 2015 Nobel Prize for its discoverer, Japanese microbiologist Satoshi Omura, for nearly eradicating two of the “most dis guring and devastating diseases” in history, river blindness and elephantiasis, that had plagued millions of people in Africa countries, one of the great achievements in the history of medicine. The drug was also well known as a standard treatment for scabies and lice, from nurseries to nursing homes. A veterinary version keeps millions of family dogs and cats, farm animals, and cattle safe from worms and parasitic diseases.

An over-the-counter medicine in France, Ivermectin is safer than Tylenol and “one of the safest drugs ever given to humanity,” Dr. Marik said, with “3.7 billion doses administered in forty years, that’s B for billion, and only extremely rare serious side e ects.” An earlier Australian study, reported in the journal Antiviral Research, showed that Ivermectin, which blocked other RNA viruses like Dengue virus, yellow fever virus, Zika virus, West Nile virus, influenza, the Avian fu, and HIV1/AIDS in vitro, decimated the coronavirus in vitro, wiping out “essentially all viral material by 48 hours.” But more research was needed in human beings. But by October Marik’s concerns were answered. ¬e studies were well-designed university trials that showed amazing anti-COVID-19 activity at the normal doses used to treat parasites.

Though small and endlessly diverse by large, Western big pharma “one-size-fits all” random control trials, the Ivermectin studies were a mosaic of hundreds of scientists and many thousands of patients in trials all over the world, all showing the same remarkable efficacy against all phases of COVID-19 no matter what dose or age or severity of the patient. “Penicillin never was randomized,” Marik says. “It just obviously worked. Ivermectin obviously works.” Marik was astonished. “If you were to say, tell me the characteristics of a perfect drug to treat COVID-19, what would you ask for?” he said. “I think you would ask rstly for something that’s safe, that’s cheap, that’s readily available, and has anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. People would say, “That’s ridiculous. There could not possibly be a drug that has all of those characteristics. That’s just unreasonable. But we do have such a drug. The drug is called Ivermectin.”

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A news blackout by the world’s leading media came down on Ivermectin like an iron curtain. Reporters who trumpeted the COVID-19 terror in India and Brazil didn’t report that Ivermectin was crushing the P-1 variant in the Brazilian rain forest and killing COVID-19 and all variants in India. That Ivermectin was saving tens of thousands of lives in South America wasn’t news, but mocking the continent’s peasants for taking horse paste was. Journalists denied the world knowledge of the most effective life-saving therapies in the pandemic, Kory said, especially among the elderly, people of color, and the poor, while wringing their hands at the tragedy of their disparate rates of death.

Three days after Kory’s testimony, an Associated Press “fact-check reporter” interviewed Kory “for twenty minutes in which I recounted all of the existing trials evidence (over fifteen randomized and multiple observational trials) all showing dramatic benefits of Ivermectin,” he said. Then she wrote: “AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. There’s no evidence Ivermectin has been proven a safe or effective treatment against COVID-19.” Like many critics, she didn’t explore the Ivermectin data or evidence in any detail, but merely dismissed its “insufficient evidence,” quoting instead the lack of a recommendation by the NIH or WHO. To describe the real evidence in any detail would put the AP and public health agencies in the difficult position of explaining how the lives of thousands of poor people in developing countries don’t count in these matters.

Not just in media but in social media, Ivermectin has inspired a strange new form of Western and pharmaceutical imperialism. On January 12, 2021, the Brazilian Ministry of Health tweeted to its 1.2 million followers not to wait with COVID-19 until it’s too late but “go to a Health Unit and request early treatment,” only to have Twitter take down the official public health pronouncement of the sovereign fifth largest nation in the world for “spreading misleading and potentially harmful information.” (Early treatment is code for Ivermectin.) On January 31, the Slovak Ministry of Health announced its decision on Facebook to allow use of Ivermectin, causing Facebook to take down that post and removed the entire page it was on, the Ivermectin for MDs Team, with 10,200 members from more than 100 countries.

In Argentina, Professor and doctor Hector Carvallo, whose prophylactic studies are renowned by other researchers, says all his scientific documentation for Ivermectin is quickly scrubbed from the Internet. “I am afraid,” he wrote to Marik and his colleagues, “we have affected the most sensitive organ on humans: the wallet…” As Kory’s testimony was climbing toward nine million views, YouTube, owned by Google, erased his official Senate testimony, saying it endangered the community. Kory’s biggest voice was silenced.

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Nasal spray.

Finnish Firm Earns US Patent For Covid Drug Containing Ivermectin, HCQ (Yle)

A coronavirus drug developed by Therapeutica Borealis, a pharmaceutical firm in Turku, has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The nasal spray contains hydroxychloroquine, among other ingredients. Earlier in May, the company said it had received approval for a patent application, based on which it expected a final patent this month. “The final patent is an important milestone for us on our way to the market. Our next goal is to find an established pharmaceutical industry company with an international business scale,” says Professor Kalervo Väänänen, one of the three inventors and founders of Therapeutica Borealis, in a press release on Monday. Väänänen is a cell biologist and former rector of the University of Turku.

The co-inventors of the drug and co-founders of Therapeutica Borealis are Lauri Kangas, an adjunct professor of science at the University of Turku, and Matti Rihko, a psychologist, and board chair of the Turku Chamber of Commerce and of the University of Turku. He is also a former CEO of the Raisio food corporation, known for its cholesterol-lowering Benecol products. According to the company, the nasal spray acts on cell function in nasal mucous in three ways, impairing the ability of the virus to penetrate the body and multiply, thus reducing the risk of serious illness. [..] The firm said that the drug’s active ingredients – aprotinin, hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin – are well-known and widely used drugs, but in this product are used in a new, targeted manner on the upper respiratory mucous membrane.

All the drug molecules covered by the patent are approved for the treatment of other diseases, but if used systemically, for instance as pills or infusions swallowed by patients, the amounts of drugs would be high and potentially harmful. For topical use, as in a nasal spray, the concentrations of the active ingredients throughout the body remain very low but are sufficient locally to prevent the passage and replication of the virus, making the drug safer and more effective, says Therapeutica Borealis.

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No vaccines needed.

Mild COVID-19 Induces Lasting Antibody Protection (wustl)

Months after recovering from mild cases of COVID-19, people still have immune cells in their body pumping out antibodies against the virus that causes COVID-19, according to a study from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Such cells could persist for a lifetime, churning out antibodies all the while. The findings, published May 24 in the journal Nature, suggest that mild cases of COVID-19 leave those infected with lasting antibody protection and that repeated bouts of illness are likely to be uncommon. “Last fall, there were reports that antibodies wane quickly after infection with the virus that causes COVID-19, and mainstream media interpreted that to mean that immunity was not long-lived,” said senior author Ali Ellebedy, PhD, an associate professor of pathology & immunology, of medicine and of molecular microbiology.


“But that’s a misinterpretation of the data. It’s normal for antibody levels to go down after acute infection, but they don’t go down to zero; they plateau. Here, we found antibody-producing cells in people 11 months after first symptoms. These cells will live and produce antibodies for the rest of people’s lives. That’s strong evidence for long-lasting immunity.” During a viral infection, antibody-producing immune cells rapidly multiply and circulate in the blood, driving antibody levels sky-high. Once the infection is resolved, most such cells die off, and blood antibody levels drop. A small population of antibody-producing cells, called long-lived plasma cells, migrate to the bone marrow and settle in, where they continually secrete low levels of antibodies into the bloodstream to help guard against another encounter with the virus. The key to figuring out whether COVID-19 leads to long-lasting antibody protection, Ellebedy realized, lies in the bone marrow.

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Won’t happen. Not now.

Rand Paul Says Dr. Anthony Fauci Should ‘Be Immediately Fired’ (JTN)

Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday that National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci has repeatedly lied and should be fired. Paul said on Just the News’ “Water Cooler” show that Fauci lied to Congress when he said the National Institutes of Health did not fund gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. “He oughta be immediately fired,” said Paul, who has repeatedly clashed with Fauci over numerous COVID-19 issues. “He’s been lying to us since the very beginning. He first said no masks work, which wasn’t true. Then he said all masks work and that wasn’t true either. The N95 masks work, the rest of them don’t. But he’s been dishonest from the very beginning.” The Kentucky Republican Paul also said Fauci has lied “so-called with good intentions, noble lies, but he has been dishonest and he should be dismissed.”

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And you thought your health care was a mess..

Inside India’s “Hunger Games” (Bhandari)

I have just returned from a visit to my family in India. It was hard to escape. To get to the US from India, I needed a COVID test. The Indian government has seriously restricted who can provide COVID testing, treatment, and vaccination. Private doctors and hospitals that are not approved face brutal legal consequences if they provide COVID treatment. Emergency powers were centralized early last year in the hands of the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. He gave himself direct control over the bureaucrats of the states, making local governments largely impotent and dependent on him. In their supreme wisdom, government bureaucrats concluded that because the prefix “COVID-” exists in treatment, vaccination, and testing, they must all be performed at the same place.

For my test, I sat in a petri dish of COVID, with those coming out positive sitting right next to me. Desperate, vulnerable old people, who merely wanted to get their jabs, sat among us. Those who were sick for reasons other than COVID were among us too, for the government has required everyone who is sick to be tested for COVID first . A microcosm of how everything is done in India, the tests were given haphazardly, with samples getting mixed up, nurses spending most of their time fighting among themselves, and — lacking a lineup system — people crowded together, pushing and breathing into the mouths of one another. A few days earlier, the government had given notice of the rate of tests and further restricted where they could be performed.

A bribe-taking system would have been my preference to bypass government restrictions, but no such system has evolved yet. Nevertheless, corruption has exploded, and self-centeredness, apathy, a dog-eat-dog environment has come to the surface. You see this everywhere; the scavengers are out in full force. I went to a private COVID hospital. The situation in government hospitals is far worse, beyond my capacity to cope with it. Yet the story of COVID in India is hardly about COVID as such, which is nothing more than a trigger. More than twice as many people died of fairly easily treatable tuberculosis in 2020 than of COVID. Instead, this is a story of foolish rulers, completely hollowed out institutions, and a pathetically irrational and tribal society.

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Hope.

More Bombshells On Covid And Wuhan Lab Connection Should Come Soon (JTN)

Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) believes that intelligence on COVID-19 originating from the Wuhan Institute of Virology is forthcoming, and will be revealed by force of legislation if it is not released otherwise. Braun told the “John Solomon Reports” podcast about the COVID-19 Origin Act of 2021 that he introduced with Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.): “Something was afoot even a week to two weeks ago — we were just a little ahead of the game when we rolled that out — where I think we’re going to hear more information. “When you got somebody like Dr. Fauci that moves goalposts from one end zone to the other and then back again, and wherever it needs to kind of plop down, when you hear the head of the WHO, when you hear the Biden administration now saying that there needs to be an investigation — of course, they’re still saying WHO needs to do it itself.


“That’s like the fox in the henhouse metaphor. So something is happening. And that’s why, with our bill out there, it’s now very pertinent.” Braun is confident the truth will soon emerge. “I think we’re gonna get to the bottom of it,” he said. “It’s just a question of, will we need a bill to do it? I don’t even think we’re going to need that because I think there’s going to be stuff coming forward that might flush it out without having to force it legislatively. If not, we’re prepared to roll up the support. Sadly, we probably won’t get one Democrat on it, though.” Braun was asked where Congress could get information on COVID and Wuhan. “How about in our own DHS?” he replied. “How about in our own Director of National Intelligence? That’s the essence of declassifying this stuff. And when you’ve got such a political posture that has dominated the dynamic, we just need that — we need the Freedom of Information Act, in essence, to release all this stuff that’s been classified.”

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History of CPI.

The Ghost of Arthur Burns (Stephen S. Roach)

Memories can be tricky. I have long been haunted by the inflation of the 1970s. Fifty years ago, when I had just started my career as a professional economist at the Federal Reserve, I was witness to the birth of the Great Inflation as a Fed insider. That left me with the recurring nightmares of a financial post-traumatic stress disorder. The bad dreams are back.

They center on the Fed’s legendary chairman at the time, Arthur F. Burns, who brought a unique perspective to the US central bank as an expert on the business cycle. In 1946, he co-authored the definitive treatise on the seemingly rhythmic ups and downs of the US economy back to the mid-nineteenth century. Working for him was intimidating, especially for someone in my position. I had been tasked with formal weekly briefings on the very subjects Burns knew best. He used that knowledge to poke holes in staff presentations. I found quickly that you couldn’t tell him anything.

Yet Burns, who ruled the Fed with an iron fist, lacked an analytical framework to assess the interplay between the real economy and inflation, and how that relationship was connected to monetary policy. As a data junkie, he was prone to segment the problems he faced as a policymaker, especially the emergence of what would soon become the Great Inflation. Like business cycles, he believed price trends were heavily influenced by idiosyncratic, or exogenous, factors – “noise” that had nothing to do with monetary policy.

This was a blunder of epic proportions. When US oil prices quadrupled following the OPEC oil embargo in the aftermath of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Burns argued that, since this had nothing to do with monetary policy, the Fed should exclude oil and energy-related products (such as home heating oil and electricity) from the consumer price index. The staff protested, arguing that it made no sense to ignore such important items, especially because they had a weight of over 11% in the CPI. Burns was adamant: If we on the staff wouldn’t perform the calculation, he would have it done by “someone in New York” – an allusion to his prior affiliations at Columbia University and the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Then came surging food prices, which Burns surmised in 1973 were traceable to unusual weather – specifically, an El Niño event that had decimated Peruvian anchovies in 1972. He insisted that this was the source of rising fertilizer and feedstock prices, in turn driving up beef, poultry, and pork prices. Like good soldiers, we gulped and followed his order to take food – which had a weight of 25% – out of the CPI.

We didn’t know it at the time, but we had just created the first version of what is now fondly known as the core inflation rate – that purified portion of the CPI that purportedly is free of the volatile “special factors” of food and energy, where gyrations were traceable to distant wars and weather. Burns was pleased. Monetary policy needed to focus on more stable underlying inflation trends, he argued, and we had provided him with the perfect tool to sharpen his focus.

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Where the big profits are.

America’s Nuclear Spending Spree (DP)

As Capitol Hill lawmakers continue to insist that initiatives like Medicare for All are too expensive, a new congressional report shows that the United States government is on a path to spend more than a half-trillion dollars on nuclear weapons in just the next decade. The report emerges at the same time a separate analysis shows that a handful of top executives at defense contractors are being wildly enriched by a Pentagon spending spree. The first report from the Congressional Budget Office finds that the federal government is on track to spend $634 billion over the next decade to maintain its nuclear forces, according to a new Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Almost two-thirds of those costs are for the Department of Defense, mostly to maintain ballistic missile submarines and intercontinental ballistic missiles. About one-third is for the Department of Energy.

For comparison that is: • 1.5 times the cost of all of the $1,400 stimulus checks that were sent to people through the American Rescue Plan earlier this year • Nearly 14 times the $47 billion that Congress has spent so far this year helping Americans who are behind on rent. • Over one-third of the cost of cancelling the $1.7 trillion in student debt held by Americans, most of which is never going to be repaid. • More than 7 times the estimated $81 billion of outstanding medical debt in America, as of 2018. The new CBO estimate represents a 28-percent increase over the last 10-year estimate that the CBO made on U.S. nuclear forces two years ago.

The figures were released just a few weeks after a new analysis from the Center for International Policy, a foreign policy think tank in Washington, found that “In 2020 alone, the CEOs of the [Pentagon’s] top five contractors received a total of $105.4 million in compensation.” When accounting for all top corporate officials, these firms paid out more than a quarter billion dollars of total executive compensation in 2020 — and paid out more than $1 billion over the last four years.

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    Théodore Géricault Prancing Grey Horse 1812   • I Don’t Know Of A Bigger Story In The World (NC) • The Drug That Cracked Covid (Michael Capuzzo)
    [See the full post at: Debt Rattle May 26 2021]

    #75947
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    Théodore Géricault Prancing Grey Horse 1812

    I’ll call it “The Prancing Ghost”…
    I love it, just for it’s visual presence….stunning, etherial, and haunting……
    Thanks Ilargi…………..

    #75948
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    Oh, and the covid gambit…
    The obvious (now) proaganda operation has been exposed for the control program it amost was…
    I think it failed; but maybe not quite for for the less informed/courious….
    …the vaccine gambit is the other more dangerous program…you may not have the choice of opting out…what then…?…

    #75949
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    This, in my opinion is an absolute must read…

    Pentagon’s UFO PsyOps Fuel Russia, China War Risk

    I’m with Carl Sagen; who opines we’ve never been visited by aliens; we’re too far from any, and everything; we’re too small; and just insignificant in the larger universe………….

    #75950
    Django
    Participant

    Re the UFOs Caitlin Johnstone warned that things would get weird. I take my cue from the incomparable Hunter S Thompson: ‘When things get weird the weird go pro.

    #75951
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    V. Arnold, yes being essentially forced to take the vaccine looks like a reality. Here’s how I see that in the grand scheme: as bad as the vaccine may be, most of us imbibe or are exposed to numerous toxic or at least very unhealthy substances on a daily basis. Examples: flame retardants in fabrics, plastic residues in many foods, hormone-disrupting chemicals, glyphosate in many foods disrupting immune function, particulates from burning fossil fuels or firewood for home heating, scented products added to everything imaginable, artificial sweeteners, vegetable fats. If you watch American tv, you see numerous ads inviting people to participate in lawsuits launched against big pharma for harm done to consumers by their products. Then behind all this, is the tidal wave of environmental destruction of our forests and all other species, culminating with destruction of the climate that runs everything. In this context, and looking back on some of the “bad choices” of my youth, a vaccine looks like not a great thing added to a pretty bad pile of stuff…

    #75952
    sumac.carol
    Participant

    I should have added radiation from 5G, as well as from air travel, oh and those new induction cook tops apparently give off a lot of radiation. Also, so does the google phone in my hand…

    #75953
    V. Arnold
    Participant

    sumac.carol
    All I read from your writing is rationalization for justification…
    The vaccine is at the same level of bad as many things in life; often we have no choice; but, when we do, do we then capitulate for the equal evil?
    I think not…

    #75954
    upstateNYer
    Participant

    @ V Arnold, link to UFO article. Good read. Agreed. PsyOps. And if it isn’t PsyOps and there really are UFOs with the capabilities being described, and whoever is flying these UFOs is interested in our planet, we might as well bend over and kiss it goodbye since there’s little we could do to defend ourselves anyhow. 😉

    PS … if the quality of the videos being released is the best our military can do we have bigger problems than UFOs.

    #75955
    upstateNYer
    Participant

    @ sumac.carol … I’m never taking the vaccine. Period. We’re exposed to chemicals in everything, no doubt, but we don’t inject them in our bodies via a needle that bypasses every natural defense nature has provided.

    #75956
    upstateNYer
    Participant

    Correction: I’m never GETTING the vaccine. It appears I’m being indoctrinated into the new narrative. In the past we did not refer to it as “taking” a vaccine. It was referred to as “getting” a vaccine (at least here in the US). Subtle difference but worth noting. I’m trying to stick with the old message as it’s a more accurate description.

    #75957
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    tl;dw: Universal indoor masking only helps a teeny-tiny smidge if at all. (So can we ditch these annoying face-diapers, now? Pretty please with purple sugar sprinkles on it?)

    #75958
    oxymoron
    Participant

    I’ll get the vaccine when the social credits system now being introduced leaves me in a state with a higher risk of lower life expectancy than taking the toxic jab.
    Oh and I am being tracked and analysed by another state govt. here in Aus who keep sending me nice messages on my phone to kindly let me know that they know that I am not home in Victoria and that they want me to report my current health status so they can decide whether I will be forced into isolation for a 14 day quarantine (with my 2 year old).
    One day I will throw this phone (tracking device into a hole in the ground)

    #75959
    Dave Note
    Participant

    The UFO BS is another psy-op distraction for the Plebs, an intelligence test of sorts.

    Will you pass it?

    It’s part of the “how humiliating can we the PSTB dump on you the plebs” and see who’s really stupid and who’s not.

    Propaganda is now more like a lobotomy than anything else.

    Let’s see how incredibly we can stretch reality before it snaps like an old rubber band.

    The Pathocrats will roll out ‘Aliens caused the Plandemic’

    Half of the US population will lap it up like a dog eating it’s own barf.

    #75960
    Dave Note
    Participant

    The Ivermectin story by Michael Capuzzo is a Return of the Prodigal Son story

    The NYT-Pravda cult on the Hudson doesn’t deal in truth at all but finally when one of their Golden Boys like Mike actually have a family emergency, the dim little light at the back of their skulls starts blinking DefCon 1

    So sad.

    Chris Martenson covered Ivermectin in excruciating detail Months ago!

    Where was Capuzzo then???

    The Ivermectin scoop belongs to Chris Martenson not to ‘late to the party’ Capuzzo.

    To bad Mike didn’t WTFU earlier.

    It’s getting personal for libtards

    #75961
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    @Dave Note: If some lives can be saved because the remaining active brain-cells of a handful of blue-state-big-city neo-libs are belatedly firing, I’ll take that.

    I hope everybody posted a link to Capuzzo’s article everywhere they could post it. I announced on my Facebook page the inauguration of something I’m calling “Ivermectin Monday Morning”. 🙂

    #75962
    Mister Roboto
    Participant

    Chris Martenson covered Ivermectin in excruciating detail Months ago!

    Yep, and his coverage got censored off of YouTube by those same blue-state-big-city shit-libs.

    #75963
    Django
    Participant

    Only half of the US population?

    #75964
    upstateNYer
    Participant

    @ oxymoron: that is downright creepy. Holy cow.

    #75965
    zerosum
    Participant

    WHY?
    The propaganda against Ivermectin ….
    “we have affected the most sensitive organ on humans: the wallet…”
    There has to be more reasons than “the wallet”
    WHO, WHY and HOW are basic questions that are being ignored by anyone and almost everyone looking into Ivermectin.

    https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/finnish_firm_earns_us_patent_for_covid_drug_containing_ivermectin_and_hydroxychloroquine/11946611

    If you want to promote a nasal spay containing ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine as the active ingredients to fight covid 19 why would a news article contain the negative propaganda?

    #75966
    zerosum
    Participant

    A must read report: Is this our future?

    COVID in India


    COVID in India
    May 25, 2021 | Author Jayant Bhandari
    This article originally appeared in Liberty Magazine and is republished with permission.
    Editing and image captions by PT

    Jayant Bhandari grew up in India. He advises institutional investors on investing in the junior mining industry. He
    writes on political, economic and cultural issues for several publications. He is a contributing editor of the Liberty magazine. He runs a yearly seminar in Vancouver titled Capitalism & Morality

    Covid in India


    Covid in India
    May 14, 2021

    India:
    This is a story of foolish rulers, completely hollowed out institutions, and a pathetically irrational and tribal society.

    The COVID crisis is minting money for the merchants of death, leaving millions in desperate financial situations.

    India’s Hunger Games: India has passed a critical state, from which there is no going back–the institutions that the British left behind now wholly hollowed out, devoid of their original meaning. They have been filled with tribalism, sadism, S&M, exploitation & irrationality.

    #75967

    The Ivermectin scoop belongs to Chris Martenson not to ‘late to the party’ Capuzzo.

    You’re serious?

    #75968
    Dr. D
    Participant

    Yup:

    “This floods the patient’s body with the very spike protein that the Salk Institute has now identified as the smoking gun cause of vascular damage and related events (such as blood clots, which are killing many people who take the vaccines).
    Put simply, it means the vaccines were designed to contain the very element that’s killing people.”

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-05-07-salk-institute-reveals-the-covid-spike-protein-causing-deadly-blood-clots.html

    Although usually impassive, I was up with nightmares about it and much more.

    #75969
    Django
    Participant

    Thanks Dr. D I was trying to stop smoking but I don’t think I’ll bother any longer.

    #75970
    Germ
    Participant

    Only a complete idiot would take the jab now that so much is out on social media.

    Do not get jabbed – no matter the pressure/inducements/coercion. Period.

    Watch and weep.

    #75971
    Germ
    Participant

    #75972
    John Day
    Participant

    Foreknowledge. Coordination: https://www.voltairenet.org/article213165.html

    Clashes between protesters and Israeli police flared up in Jerusalem in mid-April 2021 over the eviction of Palestinian families from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

    Hamas’s missile fire against Israel and the Netanyahu government’s response did not occur until May 10.

    The Biden administration told Congress that it will deliver $ 735 million worth of high-precision bombs to Israel … on May 5, five days before the war.

    In addition to the homes of Hamas dignitaries and smuggling tunnels, the IDF has systematically destroyed desalination factories and power plants in Gaza.

    The United States obstructed any intervention by the Security Council. They only imposed a ceasefire after Israel’s stockpile of ammunition was depleted. It will soon be replenished by the delivery expected from the Biden Administration.

    #75973
    John Day
    Participant

    @V.Arnold, regarding UFOs as the next fabricates existential threat to justify spending on another generation of weapons systems, and their use against… anybody at all.

    It has been in the works for a very long time, probably longer than I, maybe even you, have been alive.
    Some say Harry Truman talked with the peaceful aliens.
    I don’t know.
    It’s possible to see how they would figure it was time to speak frankly after Hiroshima and Nagasaki got nuked, and all the “great” powers were on a nuclear building spree.
    Truman was probably not the right guy to talk to.
    FDR never talked to him. Truman was picked by Roosevelt’s enemies to be his successor.
    Truman resented FDR greatly, I have read.
    Are the aliens nice and well-meaning?
    They got here without killing themselves…
    Did they get here?
    Are THEY here?
    Were you a UFO in a past life?

    I was.

    #75974
    John Day
    Participant
    #75975
    Germ
    Participant

    Randomized ivermectin trial from Lebanon (n=100) shows strong anti-viral activity and multiple clinical benefits including 0% hospitalization vs 6% with early intervention in asymptomatic patients.

    https://www.mdpi.com/1999-4915/13/6/989/htm

    #75976
    Germ
    Participant

    BigPharma companies have corrupted all of the major medical journals, producing fraudulent reports – in order to hype their new products, and drive-up share prices. And they own your politicians…

    “The Illusion of Evidence Based Medicine”

    #75977
    zerosum
    Participant

    As a long time s-f. fan, I think that UFO’s are natural phenomenons that need studying. (Light, lensing, shadow from upper stratosphere or the mesosphere caused by crystalized cloud condensation)
    Geeesss …. rainbows, thunder and lightning were once thought to be the work of gods.

    #75978
    zerosum
    Participant

    Did you hear about the guy who asked a girl to get married?
    She said, No
    The guy lived happily ever after.
    😉

    #75979
    Maxwell Quest
    Participant

    “Pentagon’s UFO PsyOps Fuel Russia, China War Risk (SC)”

    I read the article, V, and I certainly understand the author’s skepticism, but I think he’s on the wrong track with his Russia/China connection. It’s also clear that the author has never researched the subject, so is just shooting from the hip based on his analysis of current events. I would have done the same a few years ago if it weren’t for the 2004 Nimitz Encounter that was made public by the NYT on Dec 2017.

    As with any subject, what one thinks he knows is mostly false until he goes down the rabbit hole and deeply explores it, looking at all the available evidence, patterns, motivations, and relationships. As of this writing, I’m confident in the existence of UFO’s and alien interest in our planet, more particularly our development of nuclear weapons. For the curious few who want to know more, a good place to start is Robert Hastings book ‘UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites’ and its associated documentary.

    So, why is the military tipping its hand at this time by allowing this material to see the light of day? Information that since the 40’s was considered so secret that it was classified higher than the H-bomb? And more recently tasked to private military contractors in order to sidestep FOIA requests? My personal opinion is that it is just one more lever that will be used to justify their dream of a one-world government.

    A subtle hint was planted in the 2016 film Arrival, whose core theme highlighted the need for all world governments to join hands in order to solve the problem of alien contact. As the various world leaders fought amongst themselves and struggled to make sense of the alien’s purpose, the lead intelligence officer, Agent Halpern, said this:

    Yep, we’re a world with no single leader, it’s impossible to deal with just one of us.

    #75980
    John Day
    Participant

    Thanks Maxwell Quest. I made light of the “threat” of UFOs (to the military industrial complex), but have been interested in them and the government over-ups since I was a kid in the late 1960s.
    The threat to power over this mortal world is the existence of higher power.
    Not just God, but Any Higher Power.
    That is the existential threat to the existing power.
    Make the people feel threatened, and want to fight the threat to the existing power, and it gets to keep existing as a power.

    “Just Say ‘Yo’!”
    😮

    #75981
    Noirette
    Participant

    The French Authorities have just admitted they screwed up part of the Covid data. Of course they don’t put it in those terms, but say they are now ‘communicating’ more *precise* data than before.

    It concerns cases. Previous (I was always suspicious of these numbers, as they weren’t well defined.. and much too high, which caused me to *overestimate* the number of false positives via PCR, so I’m sort of happy because I really could not make things add up, so to speak..):

    Officialdom reported ‘cases’ based on, i.e. corresponding to, number of positive tests!

    …Some ppl even had, and have, as many as 15 pos. tests! (Easy to imagine, v. sick patient in hospital..)

    The excuse is that with the previous policy they protected privacy and hid the identity of the patients, which generated a separate ‘code’ or ‘identity tag’ for each test. Morevoer the tests were of various kinds, taken in different places, by different methods, etc.

    Now they are changing that and have a ‘new algo.’ Called in F de-doubling” ha ha, implying, cases were doubled, now we ‘de-double.’

    We are told this ‘only’ concerns electronically transmitted data (i.e. via the internet, and not signed certificates by post.) It is now clear (to me and others) that the very important distinction between these methods of transmission has allowed all kinds of fudging of the data for the larger public.

    Quote right from the site, check it out,

    Les indicateurs recalculés avec cette nouvelle méthode montrent:

    Une différence à la baisse de 12% pour le taux d’incidence France entière

    Une différence à la baisse de 8% pour le taux de positivité France entière

    Une différence à la baisse de 6% pour le nombre total de cas confirmés. 

    Trans: re-calcs with the new method show, for the whole of France, 12% less for incidence, 8% less positivity rate (which is a comparison to total tests, so pretty meaningless anyway), and total confirmed cases: minus 6%.

    However, there are still some mix-ups or mysteries, imho.

    The electronic, aka internet, data is analysed and apparently, as stated, applied to F in general. But that concerns about (hard to find out, not sure?) only 20 to 25%, maybe a bit more, of data. So is this an exrapolation? They don’t say.

    20 May 2021.

    https://www.santepubliquefrance.fr/les-actualites/2021/des-indicateurs-plus-precis-pour-le-suivi-des-cas-confirmes-de-covid-19

    The CDC changes its criteria (e.g. vaxxed ppl will no longer be counted as Cov-infected if mild symptoms for ex.), France backwardates its stats…

    All this is ordered by certain ppl / corps / groups from above. One can’t doubt that any longer. The obfuscations, shoddy defs., fraudulent data collection / categorisation, blatant manipulations of numbers, etc. are beyond the pale.

    Exs. to quote. Mini numbers, re. vax. – 18 vs. 0.

    https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2021/03/31/982983455/pfizer-says-covid-19-vaccine-shows-100-efficacy-in-adolescents

    Worse, 4 vs. 0:

    Vax, wow super! 100% efficacity! Because only 4 – four! Out of 3,700 adolescents ‘got covid’ – > .all the 4 were in the placebo group.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/25/covid-vaccine-moderna-says-shot-is-100percent-effective-in-teens-plans-to-seek-fda-ok-in-june.html

    Academic math-n-stats basics (taught in EU from grade 5 – 6 on, measurement and categorisation, etc.), ordinary logic, ‘basic’ common sense, have been surpressed, cancelled (to adopt the modern terms) via massive fear-inducedment, threats, wielding of Authority by Gvmts. I’ll stop there for now.

    #75982
    Michael Reid
    Participant

    @ Germ

    Your comment #75970

    The mRNA injection is a culling of Western civilization as suspected

    #75983
    phoenixvoice
    Participant

    I appreciate the aggregation and explanation in this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-05-07-salk-institute-reveals-the-covid-spike-protein-causing-deadly-blood-clots.html, however, if the author wants to be taken credibly they should not be making obviously incorrect statements about the vaccines. No, none of the vaccines contain spike proteins in them. (Except for the Chinese ones) they contain mRNA or DNA delivered by an adenovirus that “infect” host cells and turn them into spike protein factories. When such an article gets the basics wrong, the tendency of the reader — especially a skeptical reader — is to discount all information in the article…which in this case would be unfortunate.
    I did find this section of the quoted Salk Institute article interesting: “ Now, a major new study shows that the virus spike proteins (which behave very differently than those safely encoded by vaccines)….” stated, oh so carefully, so as not to spook the plebes who are supposed to see the vaccine as their safety blanket and savior.

    #75984

    I put the Salk article in “documents” on the 2nd(?) of May. I decided to print it off yesterday, and noticed that it was now dated 5 may, and the opening paragraph had an added sentence: “…the virus spike proteins (which behave very differently than those safely encoded by vaccines) …”
    My mate (who brought the document up from the printer) noticed the change right away. I had taken a photo of the original page, so I know it wasn’t my imagination. THEY reached into my documents and changed an upload.
    Creepy.

    #75985
    Germ
    Participant

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