WHO admits to the PCR test scam one hour after Biden sworn in

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The country is deeply divided on this issue, but it's not so much a left-vs-right split as a young-and-healthy-vs-old-and-sick split.
It is a NPC-media-believer-vs-think-for-yourself-split.

I met a 49-year-old white female nurse, also type A, who got very sick with Covid and still had tightness in her chest months later.
Flu viruses can have nasty consequences. Some say that because in a few regions in Europe, where the population is very old, and the healthcare system (including hospitals) is not that good, hospitals were "overwhelmed", that this coronavirus is some sort of really bad virus, which is bullshit.

2018, USA:

2018, Canada:

2011, Canada:

2017, France:

2018, Germany:

2015, Germany:

(This is not an exhaustive list)

There have been many flu "pandemics", the flu can have some rather nasty symptoms. But nobody who is not severely overweight, extremely old, has pre-existing conditions, or is a combination of these, is at risk.

My question to those that believe in the hysteria (you, in this case) is always why the scared people cannot just wear a FFP3 mask. That filters nearly 100% of bacteria and viruses from the air you are breathing. This totally obliterates the theory that the lockdown is about public health. If people could just wear these masks, and "protect" themselves from this flu virus that way, then the stupid justifications for a mask mandate ("protect others" or whatever) are just that, stupid justifications for a useless (for its stated purposes) policy. Closing off businesses has nothing to do with a virus, in general, but especially if people can just wear masks that filter nearly 100% of viruses.
Even if this flu virus was in any way more dangerous than other flu viruses, doing a lockdown and mandating masks is a ridiculous infringement on people's rights that is wrong. There is no virus because of which you should do a lockdown (and never before in history was a lockdown implemented for public health reasons). Not only because there is nothing that can justify that, but also because it has been proven by SCIENCE! itself that they are useless in slowing the spread of the flu, and in fact increase deaths.
 

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Flu viruses can have nasty consequences. Some say that because in a few regions in Europe, where the population is very old, and the healthcare system (including hospitals) is not that good, hospitals were "overwhelmed", that this coronavirus is some sort of really bad virus, which is bullshit.

2018, USA:

2018, Canada:

2011, Canada:

2017, France:

2018, Germany:

2015, Germany:

(This is not an exhaustive list)

There have been many flu "pandemics", the flu can have some rather nasty symptoms. But nobody who is not severely overweight, extremely old, has pre-existing conditions, or is a combination of these, is at risk.

My question to those that believe in the hysteria (you, in this case) is always why the scared people cannot just wear a FFP3 mask. That filters nearly 100% of bacteria and viruses from the air you are breathing. This totally obliterates the theory that the lockdown is about public health. If people could just wear these masks, and "protect" themselves from this flu virus that way, then the stupid justifications for a mask mandate ("protect others" or whatever) are just that, stupid justifications for a useless (for its stated purposes) policy. Closing off businesses has nothing to do with a virus, in general, but especially if people can just wear masks that filter nearly 100% of viruses.
Even if this flu virus was in any way more dangerous than other flu viruses, doing a lockdown and mandating masks is a ridiculous infringement on people's rights that is wrong. There is no virus because of which you should do a lockdown (and never before in history was a lockdown implemented for public health reasons). Not only because there is nothing that can justify that, but also because it has been proven by SCIENCE! itself that they are useless in slowing the spread of the flu, and in fact increase deaths.
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It equally means that the people who "died" from it croaked due to something else, which is something the FDA admitted months ago.

Testing is the lens through which all COVID-19 studies have taken place. One of the earliest pieces of evidence that this was a hoax came out of Stanford, which tested around 4000 Santa Clara county residents for a study. The study concluded that the virus was 50-80 times more prevalent than indicated from the amount of reported cases. Their conclusion perfectly explains just why Americans died at roughly the same clip in 2020 as they did in 2019.

They still don't have an isolated sample of the so called virus, either. The inventor of the PCR test was a noted Fauci critic in the time between AIDS and now. He curiously turned up dead just a few short months before mainstream media began talking about the super scary "China virus." He said that the test is basically useless in how it is utilized. RT reported that sewage from March 2019 in Spain yielded a positive for COVID-19. Two academics traced an outbreak of so called COVID-10 among Chinese miners in 2012. A University of Pittsburgh medical researched was on the cusp of curing coronavirus before getting killed in a dispute over a "romantic partner." The men in this incident were Asian, which is not exactly a group known for having nigga moments.

Connect the dots and you'll see what a joke it all is.
And let’s not forget Seth Rich, who died from Covid-19 after he was shot in the back of the head, his wallet and phone still on him, under mysterious circumstances.
 

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In the USA at least 15% more people died in 2020 than 2019, 400,000 more deaths than expected. That's a hard statistic to fake because you're counting all dead bodies regardless of the alleged cause. Some of that increase came from suicides and drug overdoses, because most people need to socialize to maintain good mental health.

Whereas a widely-used PCR test that flags common-cold viruses as Covid could easily quadruple the total case count.
Respectfully, I think Boomers are hitting their "Average" at this time. 70-80 years at their demographic...it portends a large number any way you look at it.
 

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The country is deeply divided on this issue, but it's not so much a left-vs-right split as a young-and-healthy-vs-old-and-sick split. I'm 50, male, blood type A, which puts me roughly in the middle. I met a 49-year-old white female nurse, also type A, who got very sick with Covid and still had tightness in her chest months later.
It is a real thing imho... like the regular flu but a bit genetically different. This is a sticky virus in the lungs. Don't be overly paranoid about it but keep an eye open. Vaccines against it are pretty much useless like they are with the regular type flu infections. If you get it in the lungs, just take Licorice Root. We don't want people headed to the hospital and get hooked up to respirator that will bankrupt them when a $5.00 treatment is available.
 

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If a large percentage of reported Covid cases were false positives, that's bad news for two reasons: (1) a smaller denominator increases the morbidity and mortality rates and (2) lots of people think they're now immune but aren't.
Not really, it just means that people actually do have innate immunity. If I fight it off without becoming a "case" and have some dead virus in me that just means my T-cells are working. Antibody immunity is relatively minor with corona anyway and only occurs in a certain percentage of people who actually got sick. Most of us just shrug it off.
 

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Not really, it just means that people actually do have innate immunity. If I fight it off without becoming a "case" and have some dead virus in me that just means my T-cells are working. Antibody immunity is relatively minor with corona anyway and only occurs in a certain percentage of people who actually got sick. Most of us just shrug it off.
No, it means you were never exposed to Covid. You had a sniffle that tested positive for Covid but was actually caused by a common-cold coronavirus that fooled the PCR test.
 

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Many people who are exposed to covid shrug it off, the research is conclusive on this.
Just don't assume that you're one of them. Though if you're under 40, your chances of getting seriously ill are very small.
 

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Just don't assume that you're one of them. Though if you're under 40, your chances of getting seriously ill are very small.
It's basically the last thing I am worried about at this moment.
 

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I can't take this anymore! After teaching for 34 years, I have witnessed the effects of the yearly flu first hand. I have walked into rooms with only 4 out of 36 students present. 50% of the staff was ill. I have had students throw up on me, wipe buggers on my clothing, and cough in my face. Oh...and during coaching they would drink from my container. I NEVER got sick. I NEVER TOOK A VACCINE! School was NEVER cancelled!!!

David? Hate to ask you this? But is your wife overweight? Is she physically active? Does she eat her fruits and vegetables? At 49 I was cycling at least 100 miles a week. I ate apples everyday...sometimes twice a day. You can't go out to eat...period. the food is shit.
 
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Diseases evolve, and in slum conditions like the trenches of WWI and third-world favelas, they evolve toward greater lethality.
Many pathogens evolve to become less virulent over time, not more. Syphillis, for example, is much less severe now that when it first broke into the human population.

 

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I can't take this anymore! After teaching for 34 years, I have witnessed the effects of the yearly flu first hand. I have walked into rooms with only 4 out of 36 students present. 50% of the staff was ill. I have had students throw up on me, wipe buggers on my clothing, and cough in my face. Oh...and during coaching they would drink from my container. I NEVER got sick. I NEVER TOOK A VACCINE! School was NEVER cancelled!!!

David? Hate to ask you this? But is your wife overweight? Is she physically active? Does she eat her fruits and vegetables? At 49 I was cycling at least 100 miles a week. I ate apples everyday...sometimes twice a day. You can't go out to eat...period. the food is shit.
Germ theory is a joke. Literally anyone who grew up with siblings should have been subject to THUPERTHPREADER events. Rarely was anyone in my family growing up was sick at the same time as any other person in the house.
 

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David? Hate to ask you this? But is your wife overweight? Is she physically active? Does she eat her fruits and vegetables? At 49 I was cycling at least 100 miles a week. I ate apples everyday...sometimes twice a day. You can't go out to eat...period. the food is shit.
The nurse was a few pounds overweight, but nothing unusual for a 49-year-old white woman. She was the only Covid case I met until my 70-year-old aunt and uncle got it. They described it as a "mild flu", but they're blood type O, which
offers some protection from Covid.

Colds and flus always hit me hard, and sometimes develop into pneumonia. My mother was like that too. When she suffered her first of many bouts of pneumonia at age 16, her grandmother broke down sobbing at the news, for she had lost teenage friends to pneumonia before penicillin was discovered.

The key to fighting off respiratory infections is good genetics, which I don't have because modern medicine kept my mom in the gene pool.
 

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The country is deeply divided on this issue, but it's not so much a left-vs-right split as a young-and-healthy-vs-old-and-sick split. I'm 50, male, blood type A, which puts me roughly in the middle. I met a 49-year-old white female nurse, also type A, who got very sick with Covid and still had tightness in her chest months later.
I am mid 60s and everyone I know to the right of the divide no matter the age knows that the standard narrative of Covid being the new black plague is false and most understand the purpose of the hoax
 

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Many pathogens evolve to become less virulent over time, not more. Syphillis, for example, is much less severe now that when it first broke into the human population.
That's because people became a lot more careful who they had sex with, a selective pressure that favored milder strains of syphilis. But syphilis suddenly became super-virulent again during the mass rape of German women by Soviet soldiers. Evolution toward less virulence happens when potential infection events are infrequent, so germs have to keep their host alive and looking healthy for a long time.
 

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It is all about PD-1 and PDL-1 with the immunity response (cytokines). It is genetic, the severity of the reaction. Like a cancer, it is a "sticky" cell causing cell death primarily in the lungs. Some cell deaths are contained where as others allow debris to become available to the virus. They are hacking the MRNA vaccines to produce PD-1s. Chromosone-9 in humans looks like the link to allow for the wrong response. Incidently, Tonic Water
helps stop COVID-19 as well as Licorice Root.

https://blog.dana-farber. org/insight/2019/05/the-science-of-pd-1-and-immunotherapy/
https://www.cancer. org/treatment/treatments-and-side-effects/treatment-types/immunotherapy/immune-checkpoint-inhibitors.html
https://futurism. com/neoscope/potential-covid19-vaccine-hacks-dna-build-immunity

Wikipedia's take:
https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Programmed_cell_death_protein_1
https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/PD-1_and_PD-L1_inhibitors
https://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/PD-L1
https://www.hhmi. org/news/production-sticky-proteins-may-explain-how-malaria-evades-immune-system

The role of dysregulated immune responses in COVID-19 pathogenesis
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The severity of COVID-19 depends on the individual's immune response.

Differences between the immune responses of the lung in children and adults may be the reasons for clinical differences in the pathogenesis of COVID-19.

Impaired immune regulation lead to induction an uncontrolled local and systemic immune response, ineffective inflammation and severe COVID-19 disease.

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After it was discovered that some variants of the Covid 19 virus can also use the TMPRSS2 enzymatic pathway, I researched everyday products which inhibit that, but didn’t find much, so I searched for prescription medication which does so, leading to camostat mesylate.

Quinine is a natural product derived from the bark of the cinchona tree. It is rapidly absorbed in the body, which can cause side effects in large enough doses. It also has a half-life in the body of only ~18 hours, so frequent dosing is necessitated.

Chloroquine is quinine produced synthetically and altered slightly to produce a new molecule for patenting purposes (naturally-occurring products could not be patented, and thus were not profitable to drug companies). The end product in the body is still quinine.

Chloroquine is an amine acidotropic form of quinine that was synthesized in Germany by Bayer in 1934 and emerged approximately 70 years ago as an effective substitute for natural quinine [4]. Natural quinine was so cheap that mass production wasn’t sufficiently profitable until after 1941.

Chloroquine is a non-enzymatically bioactivated form of quinine. Since the body must bioactivate it into quinine, it isn’t as rapidly absorbed as quinine, reducing to some degree the side effects due to rapid absorption. This also increases the half-life in the body, allowing less frequent dosage schedules.

In acting against malaria, chloroquine becomes protonated after it passes through a cell wall. In Plasmodium Falciparum (the parasite causing malaria), chloroquine enters through the parasite’s digestive vacuole, becomes protonated, cannot pass back out of the digestive vacuole, builds up in the parasite, and prevents detoxification of heme, which increases acidity within the parasite to the point that the parasite is damaged. [15][16]

Hydroxychloroquine is a prodrug form of chloroquine. It is metabolized in the body into chloroquine. The additional metabolic steps necessary to break down the molecule slows down the bioactivation of the resultant chloroquine into quinine (and hence the rate of absorption of the quinine), reducing toxicity caused by rapid absorption, but hydroxychloroquine is also ~1.6 to 8.8 times less active in the body against Plasmodium Falciparum. [15]

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(C) chloroquine, (D) hydroxychloroquine

Quinine was used in India in the form of a drink known as Indian tonic water to treat / prevent malaria. The British, colonizing India at the time, added gin, giving us gin and tonic.

By the 1930s Dutch plantations in Java were producing 22 million pounds per year of cinchona bark, or 97% of the world’s quinine production. When Japan invaded Java in 1941, natural quinine supplies dwindled, necessitating mass production of synthetic derivatives. [8]

Quinine is eliminated mainly by hepatic metabolism [1]. Seven metabolites have been identified with 3-hydroxyquinine being the major metabolite [1]. Other majority metabolites are (10R)-10,11-dihydroxyquinine and (10S)-10,11-dihydroxyquinine [2].

Quinine acts against malaria by targeting its purine nucleoside phosphorylase enzyme (PfPNP) [3], but it has other effects in the body which act against coronavirus.

Namely, it targets angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) [4], interfering with sialic acid biosynthesis [4]. SARS, MERS and Covid-19 use sialic acid moieties as receptors, so quinine (and its synthetic counterparts) work to prevent viral attachment to cell receptors.
 

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Unfortunatley, tonic water has almost as much sugar as a regular soft drink, and very low levels of quinine (not therapeutic), so is really not a good option for preventing or fighting COVID. The sugar actually is an immune suppressor so it would be counterproductive. If you can get your hands on some chloroquine, that is the current best version of quinine. Otherwise, there is quercetin, which is a natural product, combined with zinc; that combination also works for treating COVID.

Your best bet is to keep your immune system in top shape: eat a really clean low sugar diet, get plenty of sleep, exercise moderately, minimize stress and supplement with vitamin D and K to simulate sunshine. There are other immune boosting supplements like chaga mushrooms for example, but the basic lifestyle must already be optimum in order to get the highest benefit from those.
 

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Unfortunatley, tonic water has almost as much sugar as a regular soft drink, and very low levels of quinine (not therapeutic), so is really not a good option for preventing or fighting COVID. The sugar actually is an immune suppressor so it would be counterproductive. If you can get your hands on some chloroquine, that is the current best version of quinine. Otherwise, there is quercetin, which is a natural product, combined with zinc; that combination also works for treating COVID.

Your best bet is to keep your immune system in top shape: eat a really clean low sugar diet, get plenty of sleep, exercise moderately, minimize stress and supplement with vitamin D and K to simulate sunshine. There are other immune boosting supplements like chaga mushrooms for example, but the basic lifestyle must already be optimum in order to get the highest benefit from those.
Just start pouring some Gin and water Tonics... ?
 

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What is this graph proving?
That some countries have seen some weeks in which mortality was extraordinarily high, while others didn't and that this often followed a trend seen in the years before.
 

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The nurse was a few pounds overweight, but nothing unusual for a 49-year-old white woman. She was the only Covid case I met until my 70-year-old aunt and uncle got it. They described it as a "mild flu", but they're blood type O, which
offers some protection from Covid.

Colds and flus always hit me hard, and sometimes develop into pneumonia. My mother was like that too. When she suffered her first of many bouts of pneumonia at age 16, her grandmother broke down sobbing at the news, for she had lost teenage friends to pneumonia before penicillin was discovered.

The key to fighting off respiratory infections is good genetics, which I don't have because modern medicine kept my mom in the gene pool.
Seriously bro, don't worry about it. You worrying about it because you or your overweight gf feel you are at risk is nonsensical. You have nothing to worry about. If you feel like you got hit with the super flu don't move, drink liquids, don't move, sleep all day, drink liquids. At this point going to the hospital seems like an increase in risk.

But yes I am with it and do agree with your other post about third-world immigration / mixing creating harder to deal with illnesses. I got the flu in 2018 from a restaurant that served turds (in the seat not on the platter). I do think that (mixing of large populations) makes things worse. But it really is just the flu and just make sure you can touch your toes and do some squats and your good.
 
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