What in hell IS covid 911 July 2021 edition

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Dr. Cowan/cohen. Explains to normal people how jew science is bad for your mind!
 

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My 18 year old son son has it. From what I can tell, it's the flu or a nasty cold. He has a sore throat, some congestion, and a headache, and feels kinda rotten. Very mild fever, loss of sense of taste and smell. It's not the sickest he's ever been. Everyone else in the house tested negative and isn't sick.
 

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Is there truth to the posts saying that nobody even knows if covid-19 exists? Apparently it has not been isolated in laboratory conditions?
 

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My 18 year old son son has it. From what I can tell, it's the flu or a nasty cold. He has a sore throat, some congestion, and a headache, and feels kinda rotten. Very mild fever, loss of sense of taste and smell. It's not the sickest he's ever been. Everyone else in the house tested negative and isn't sick.
I'm curious. If you don't mind my asking, why did your son go to the doctor in the first place?
 

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Re: Cowan, I remember reading that Cowan is usually Irish as opposed to Cohen and some of its variants which are jewish. I knew a Sean Cowan who acted like a potato nagger, not an oven dodger, so I looked it up. Not sure about the doctor in question.
Yeah, he looks like a Mick, not a Kike.
 

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Is there truth to the posts saying that nobody even knows if covid-19 exists? Apparently it has not been isolated in laboratory conditions?
If you watch OP's video, that's precisely what Dr. Cowan says--nobody has actually managed to isolate this alleged virus yet.
 

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Re: Cowan, I remember reading that Cowan is usually Irish as opposed to Cohen and some of its variants which are jewish.
An etymology search returned these results:
Proper Noun:
A Scottish surname; an anglicization of mac Eoghainn (β€œson of Ewen”)
An Irish surname; an anglicization of mac EΓ³gain (β€œson of Owen”)

First attested in 1598. English Noun:
cowan (plural cowans or (obsolete) cowanis)
A worker in unmortared stone; a stonemason who has not served an apprenticeship.
(freemasonry) A person who attempts to pass himself off as a Freemason without having experienced the rituals or going through the degrees.
(slang) A sneak; an inquisitive or prying person.
(in attributive use) Uninitiated, outside, β€œprofane”.

First attested in 1722; Scottish Gaelic cobhan (β€œcoffer”, β€œbox”, β€œark”).
(Scotland, obsolete, rare) A fishing-boat.

Cornish Noun
cowan f (plural cowannes)
An owl

It appears that as a surname it is far more likely to belong to a person of Gaelic descent than jewish descent. But that there are a notable number of jewish cowans.
 

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Is there truth to the posts saying that nobody even knows if covid-19 exists? Apparently it has not been isolated in laboratory conditions?
For me, it's just logical thought:

is there a way I can independently confirm it?

The answer to that is a simple, no.


Whenever I have said to people, "it's a hoax." They often emotionally shoot back with, "my cousin died of it!" or "my such-and-such died from it!"

And I'm thinking, "how do you know?" They know because somebody told them. There's no proof for any of it. It's all based on faith. As Mr. Anglin said, it's the new leftist religion, along with global man-made climate change.

If we had a lab, and we could verify it an a private person, see it under a microscope, yeah, OK, maybe it exists.

But it's all faith. It's all an assertion with zero proof and zero evidence.

and the average normie just believes the authority figure that asserts their whatever died from it. And then no amount of logical thought or analysis will ever reach that person.


Even people who don't trust anything the government says have bought this lie hook, line, and sinker.
It's very sad.
 

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An etymology search returned these results:
Proper Noun:
A Scottish surname; an anglicization of mac Eoghainn (β€œson of Ewen”)
An Irish surname; an anglicization of mac EΓ³gain (β€œson of Owen”)

First attested in 1598. English Noun:
cowan (plural cowans or (obsolete) cowanis)
A worker in unmortared stone; a stonemason who has not served an apprenticeship.
(freemasonry) A person who attempts to pass himself off as a Freemason without having experienced the rituals or going through the degrees.
(slang) A sneak; an inquisitive or prying person.
(in attributive use) Uninitiated, outside, β€œprofane”.

First attested in 1722; Scottish Gaelic cobhan (β€œcoffer”, β€œbox”, β€œark”).
(Scotland, obsolete, rare) A fishing-boat.

Cornish Noun
cowan f (plural cowannes)
An owl

It appears that as a surname it is far more likely to belong to a person of Gaelic descent than jewish descent. But that there are a notable number of jewish cowans.
Don't forget McCowan's as well! Good people.
 

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Is there truth to the posts saying that nobody even knows if covid-19 exists? Apparently it has not been isolated in laboratory conditions?
I read a very well researched German article (that I forgot to bookmark) that tracked many official claims of an isolated virus back to one of two sources that actually had not done that.
 

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It is the "flu" but has a very specialized Cytokine attack which is different from the normal typical flu.

It grows off of the cell death and has a more pronounced "cell death" signal particularly in the lungs - it operates a lot like a Cancer for some particularly for Type-2 diabetics with high blood sugars. Infections often produce high blood sugar which is key marker for severity. People can definitely get it and recover. Those that go on to respirators, and often bankruptcy, need to kill it primarily with Vitamin D/Sunlight. I recommend Licorice root as well but only take it at first symptoms or while infected, along with potassium, just because it helps stop the "Cell Death" signals from the infection. Cancers signals this "Cell death" as well and is similar -- they both adopt the "dying cell's" energy for growth. I'm not a microbiologist but logically this is the way it is working. Covid-19 is a "sticky cell" infection like cancer is -- both feed off of glucose/sucrose. Don't drink a lot of Fruit juices if you get it - sucrose feeds cancer cells and likely this Covid-19 directly. Take Vitamin C tablets instead. The Cytokine attack/response is different for everybody. Everyone should take Bulgarian Yogurt to help stop it. This does work -- just as it helps to stop Type 2 diabetes and cancers.

Nothing to freak about if you are not elderly, but you don't want a huge medical bill from it if the infection inflames and compromises the lungs.
 

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I read a very well researched German article (that I forgot to bookmark) that tracked many official claims of an isolated virus back to one of two sources that actually had not done that.
It may have been stefan lanka? google shows him as a quack and have been debunked by scientism priests, at the top of their searches.

The virus misconception is at the heart of Operation Coronavirus, because without the concept of germ theory and without the horror story of the killer virus, most people would not buy the NWO-directed official narrative of COVID propaganda. In a previous article on the nature of the virus, I have discussed the heroic efforts of German virologist Dr. Stefan Lanka, who won a landmark case in 2017 which went all the way to the German Supreme Court. Lanka proved in the highest court of the land that measles was not caused by a virus, and that there was in fact no such thing as a measles virus. Lanka is still busy working, and he wrote this article earlier this year (translated into English here) entitled β€œβ€œThe Misconception called Virus”” in which he explains the history of how mainstream science went horribly wrong with its conclusions (really assumptions) to demonize the humble virus and to falsely ascribe pathogenicity to it when there is none.

but I believe he has won his 2015 case on appeal in 2017, no measles virus has been proven to exist as scientism priests say they are.

lots of medical professionals world view is invested in germ theory...the earth is still flat to them. I am a contrarian I guess, if the common worldview says x I probably lean y, so much obfuscation and misdirection has shaped mans views I feel safer that way...and it is all about my safety after all!

as to cowan being jew. I mention it at beginning to offset any reaction from the group here to completely dismiss his theory because" hes a jew", if he's a mick we can all go along easier I'm sure. I have read three or four of his books and I think in one of them he does some biography of his early life, irrc he mentions off hand of a jewish family growing up in Detroit.

what I have enjoyed of his lectures and interviews is I don't recall him using his jewishness as any kind of signal or equate anything with holocoust or my gramma was at bergen belsin type of rhetoric, this make him more palatable if he's got jew in him.

his books are fascinating and not hella expensive. he's friends with Gerald pollack and sally Fallon amongst others and does deep dives into how the human body works at cellular levels, fascinating!
 

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It may have been stefan lanka? google shows him as a quack and have been debunked by scientism priests, at the top of their searches.
It wasn't Lanka, just some journalist at one of the alternative news sites I frequent.
 

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I'm curious. If you don't mind my asking, why did your son go to the doctor in the first place?
He didn't. He tested positive from a regular test at school. He began to develop mild symptoms about 36 hours later: headache, sore throat ... I asked him if he had his senses of smell and taste. He said "I don't know" at which point I called him bad names. Since then, he says he can't smell or taste anything. No fever throughout. Appetite about normal. The rest of the household tested negative on Monday. We test again on Friday. He's confined to his room for the moment, and is complaining about it, although he pretty much stays in there and games a lot anyway. We are treating it like the flu.
 

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He tested positive from a regular test at school.
I should have guessed. Schools are a great way to "farm" covid cases.

He began to develop mild symptoms about 36 hours later
Wouldn't it be hilarious if those "tests" were actually a disease vector? "We need to get the case counts up! Let's infect a hundred kids on the next round of testing. Do you have enough of the 'alternative swabs' handy to get the job done?" lol
 

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He began to develop mild symptoms about 36 hours later: headache, sore throat ... I asked him if he had his senses of smell and taste. He said "I don't know" at which point I called him bad names. Since then, he says he can't smell or taste anything.
I wouldn't doubt if the tests themselves were the cause of the lack of smell and taste. As we all know those two senses are linked together, when one goes, so does the other. These tests they are doing aren't simple nose swabs. They jam the swab all the way up the canal as far as it goes and then scrape. They're basically stabbing and scraping a major nerve center. If he were really 'sick' from what is purported to be a respiratory virus he'd have things like fever, headache, sore throat, coughing, difficulty breathing, runny nose, stuffy nose, chills, etc. If he isn't showing those symptoms but only loss of smell and taste, it sounds a lot more like he's not sick but has had his sinus nerves damaged instead. A perfect way to con people into thinking they're 'infected' when they actually aren't.
 

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I should have guessed. Schools are a great way to "farm" covid cases.



Wouldn't it be hilarious if those "tests" were actually a disease vector? "We need to get the case counts up! Let's infect a hundred kids on the next round of testing. Do you have enough of the 'alternative swabs' handy to get the job done?" lol
I'm not ruling out the possibility that he has an advanced case of "18 year old who doesn't want to do school online, but would rather game." That is a particularly nasty disease, especially when combined with a symptom or two of something else. If he could figure out a way to do this AND still get to hang out with friends, play golf, go shooting, see his girlfriend, and go to work, then I would want in on it!
 

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The test is just spitting into a little cup. It's not the nasal swab. I think he has a medium cold. Nobody else in the house is sick in any way.
??? Never heard of that, I thought all the tests required a long q-tip be jammed up your nose?
 

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It wasn't Lanka, just some journalist at one of the alternative news sites I frequent.
Could you point me to some good sites? I am at a loss when it comes to European news sites.
 

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Taste and smell + vitamin d


Clinical Features
Both patients were under the care of medical and chiropractic physicians for various complaints. A 47-year-old hyposmic woman was diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency who incidentally noticed a progressive return of her sense of smell while taking vitamin D supplements as prescribed by her medical doctor. A 34-year-old anosmic woman noticed a direct relationship with her ability to smell and vitamin D3 supplementation.
Intervention and Outcome
Treatment for the first patient consisted of vitamin D supplementation of 10 000 IU a day. Her serum D3 levels increased substantially over a period of 8 months, at which time she reported a marked improvement in her sense of smell. The second patient was prescribed 50 000 IU of vitamin D a week; and she reported an increased ability to smell, although only the strongest of odors.
Conclusion
A link between hypovitaminosis D and a diminished sense of smell was noted in these 2 individuals.
Key indexing terms: Vitamin D, Vitamin D deficiency, Olfaction disorders, Smell, Odors, Chiropractic
Introduction
Vitamin deficiencies occur in both industrialized and developing countries. To prevent such deficiencies, some clinicians suggest daily recommended values of each nutrient. Determination of the nutrient reference intake values can be challenging, such as with vitamin D where there are several suggested values.1 Therefore, when suggested intake of a supplement is in question, individual patient needs should be based on current serum levels rather than recommended intake levels. Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25[OH]D) is commonly accepted as a robust and reliable marker of vitamin D status and is frequently used as the marker for vitamin D levels.2 Vitamin D deficiency is defined as a serum 25(OH)D level less than 17.5 nmol/L (6.8 ng/mL); and vitamin D insufficiency, less than 62.5 nmol/L (25 ng/mL).3
Based on one study, vitamin D deficiency in the United States increased from 2% to 6% between data collection ranges of 1988-1994 to 2001-2004; and vitamin D insufficiency increased from 55% to 77% during the same periods.4Another study found that an overwhelming majority of US patients (87%) were mildly to severely deficient.5 In yet another recent study, the US population was divided by higher and lower latitudes. Both subpopulations were found to have a less than 1% vitamin D deficiency. However, the lower-latitude population was found to have a higher vitamin D insufficiency rate than the higher-latitude population (up to 57% and 49%, respectively).3 A nationally representative sample of US children also demonstrated that 9% were found to be 25(OH)D deficient and 61% were found to be insufficient.6
Vitamin D is gaining more attention in recent years, with low levels of 25(OH)D being correlated with many common diseases. For example, low levels of serum 25(OH)D were associated with increased cardiovascular mortality in a nationally representative US sample.7 Vitamin D deficiency was also found to be an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease,8-10with supplementation leading to a reduction in blood pressure11,12 and prevention of cardiovascular events.13
Vitamin D supplementation has been shown to reduce the risk of certain cancers, such as colorectal cancer,14-16 breast cancer,17 and pancreatic cancer.18 Two recent systematic reviews have also found that vitamin D supplementation reduced the risk of falling in older adults 19,20 and prevented fractures in elderly women.21
Unfortunately, little evidence guides clinicians on when to screen for vitamin D deficiency.22
There are some possible symptoms associated with vitamin D deficiency for a clinician to assess, but no specific guidelines have been developed. This is unfortunate considering that vitamin D deficiency is associated with a variety of potentially serious conditions. If an association is determined, anosmia or hyposmia may be a potential screening test for vitamin D deficiency. The purpose of this study is to describe 2 cases in which the loss of smell was improved by vitamin D supplementation.

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Could you point me to some good sites? I am at a loss when it comes to European news sites.
These are mostly conspiracy-conscious publications from the lefty or libertarian spectrum plus maybe one or two normiecon sites, nowadays all popularly denounced as "far-right".
Not all of these are news sites, some are blogs that I appreciate for their content and some seem a bit monomanic but maybe understandably so, these days. So in no particular order:

 

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These are mostly conspiracy-conscious publications from the lefty or libertarian spectrum plus maybe one or two normiecon sites, nowadays all popularly denounced as "far-right".
Not all of these are news sites, some are blogs that I appreciate for their content and some seem a bit monomanic but maybe understandably so, these days. So in no particular order:

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