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Thursday, December 17, 2020

HR 8970 & The COVID State

 Surveilled and Infected,


  Firstly and most cheerfully, Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii , along with Representative Tom Massey have proposed to repeal the Patriot Act and all of it's unconstitutional provisions in HR 8970.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: “The Constitution of the United States guarantees fundamental rights and freedoms for every American — including the right to privacy and protection against illegal search and seizure without probable cause. Unfortunately, the so-called Patriot Act and FISA Amendments Act allowed the intelligence community to conduct mass surveillance on Americans, collecting information about our phone calls and our emails,” said Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. “Our legislation will repeal these laws and require Congress to strike the right balance between serving our national security interests and protecting our civil liberties and Fourth Amendment rights.”  
https://gabbard.house.gov/news/press-releases/reps-gabbard-and-massie-bill-repeal-government-surveillance-laws-which-threaten

The Hill has the story and 3 minute video of the honest politician (whose term will soon expire) here:
The Hawaii Democrat also called out the intelligence community, saying it “has not been transparent or honest with the American people or even Congress about what they've been doing.”  
https://thehill.com/homenews/house/530498-massie-gabbard-team-up-on-bill-to-repeal-the-patriot-act

​COVID-19 Un-Explained, Larry Romanoff​  
  Mr Romanoff has been doing hard and persistent investigative reporting on this virus all year. He opens with an analysis of the waves of infection which is not informed by vitamin-D levels at various times of year, or by the different seasonal patterns of spread typical for areas like Northern Eurasia and Northern North America, as compared to tropical spread patterns, typified in Texas and Peru, for instance. Otherwise his extensive and detailed research and analysis is first rate, especially regarding the origin of the virus, which may well have been Ft Detrick Maryland, the super-spreading event at the Wuhan Games, official cover-ups by national governments, especially the US. No search for "patient zero" in the US, and all information about tests for coronavirus on frozen blood and sewage from 2019 in the US are state secrets, reportable only to the feds, not the newspapers or local authorities. That was Mike Pompeo's doing, it seems.
Oh, and just like the tetanus vaccine that immunized girls against pregnancy, the COVID vaccines may induce antibody production against a protein called syncytin-1, which is vital for the formation of the placenta in pregnant women.
https://www.unz.com/lromanoff/covid-19-un-explained/#comment-4348856

​  ​Dramatic levels of “friendly fire” from the immune system may drive severe Covid-19 disease and leave patients with “long Covid” – when medical problems persist for a significant time after the virus has been beaten – scientists have said.
​  ​Researchers at Yale University found that Covid-19 patients had large numbers of misguided antibodies in their blood that targeted the organs, tissues and the immune system itself, rather than fighting off the invading virus.
​  ​The scientists compared immune responses in patients and uninfected people and discovered scores of aberrant antibodies in the former.These blocked antiviral defences, wiped out helpful immune cells, and attacked the body on multiple fronts, from the brain, blood vessels and liver to connective tissue and the gastrointestinal tract.
​  ​Further tests revealed that the more “autoantibodies” patients had in their blood, the worse their disease.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/dec/13/autoantibodies-may-be-driving-severe-covid-cases-study-shows

Here is the study​, with excerpt of the abstract​:​  ​Diverse Functional Autoantibodies in Patients with COVID-19
​  ​Here, we used a high-throughput autoantibody discovery technique called Rapid Extracellular Antigen Profiling (REAP) to screen a cohort of 194 SARS-CoV-2 infected COVID-19 patients and healthcare workers for autoantibodies against 2,770 extracellular and secreted proteins (the “exoproteome”). We found that COVID-19 patients exhibit dramatic increases in autoantibody reactivities compared to uninfected controls, with a high prevalence of autoantibodies against immunomodulatory proteins including cytokines, chemokines, complement components, and cell surface proteins. We established that these autoantibodies perturb immune function and impair virological control by inhibiting immunoreceptor signaling and by altering peripheral immune cell composition, and found that murine surrogates of these autoantibodies exacerbate disease severity in a mouse model of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Analysis of autoantibodies against tissue-associated antigens revealed associations with specific clinical characteristics and disease severity. In summary, these findings implicate a pathological role for exoproteome-directed autoantibodies in COVID-19 with diverse impacts on immune functionality and associations with clinical outcomes.  
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.12.10.20247205v3

​Otto Antibody​

18 comments:

  1. Paul E. Marik is a professor of medicine and serves as Chief, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=1235&v=2X6kcznyjTY&feature=youtu.be

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    1. I keep posting Marik's protocolsm most recently featured on Votes And Vaccines.
      I found his stuff in April, and its gotten better. Good teaching videos, too.

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  2. May God bless and protect Tulsi Gabbard

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    1. Tulsi Gabbard is like Princess Leah, but for real.

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  3. https://public.tableau.com/profile/jchamie#!/vizhome/COVID-19Mexico_16072330966890/ChartMexico

    Ignoring the national guidelines, the Mexican State of Chiapas has decided to treat early with teams going door to door and giving a cocktail of drugs with Ivermectin since July.

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    1. Some of the rural regions of Peru did the same, and to great benefit.

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  4. Not good:
    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/20432769/05-covid-clark.pdf

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    1. This is only the very beginning of the "unforeseeable" adverse reactions.
      "Unforeseeable", since refusing to look, because coronavirus vaccines have always killed too many test animals by "immune enhancement", better called "pathogenic priming", at the point that the "successfully" vaccinated critter meets the virus.

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  5. The Director of the Japanese Society of Clinical Virology: “Concerns over ADE still remain. I am an elderly person myself, but if I were asked, I would say I don’t want to get a shot.” https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/11/25/national/science-health/japan-experts-coronavirus-vaccines-safety/

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    1. I'm with him. I have no intention of getting a vaccine for this while I have plenty of vitamin-D and zinc, and access to ivermectin and doxycycline.

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  6. Seeing as the gene therapy treatment (a.k.a. the mRNA vaccine) is designed to make cells of your body produce spike proteins that mimic those of the coronavirus protein spike in order to generate an antibody response, then I'd bet that a mutation of the spike protein in the virus may well render the vaccine useless. Oh dear :-(( https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4857

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    1. SARS-CoV-2 already causes a host of friendly-fire autoimmune problems. Teaching your cells to make and extrude the spike-protein-ad-friends might induce a lot more of that. It is a foreseeable problem, which should be watched in little critters first.

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  7. Imagine if we see similar anitbody-dependent enhancement with the Covid vaccine as was seen with the Dengue fever vaccine.

    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcimb.2020.572681/full

    "At 3 years post-dose 1, vaccinated children in the 2–5 year age group, were found to be nearly 8 times likely to be hospitalized for severe dengue, compared to children in the placebo group " What could possibly go wrong

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    1. Dengue is really bad. When my fever broke in Laos in 2005, I was tremendously relieved. "Good, just malaria. The fever broke. It's not Dengue."
      I took my antimalarial and trudged with my pack the next day.
      Making Dengue or other dread contagion WORSE is the devil's work.

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  8. My wife had Dengue in Thailand back in '97. Just awful.

    I had malaria in India in '93 - even went into the lab and saw the Plasmodium in my own blood sample.
    Kinda cool.

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