Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Vitamin D Christmas

 Solar Collectors,

  Firstly, two of my close family members are much improved from COVID today, on ivermectin, zinc and doxycycline treatment.
  Secondly, people need to be people, and part of that is getting together to maintain the bonds of kinship at Thanksgiving and Christmas. 
This is human identity, not an optional consumer choice. This is core human life.

  So far this year I bought over $500 worth of vitamin-D in 5000 unit (125 microgram) dosage and gave it away. 
It may have been a lot more than $500. I didn't keep track. 
There was an outbreak of 6 cases among staff at Jenny's school recently. 
She gave away $120 worth of vitamin-D and I prescribed ivermectin, zinc and doxycycline for 3 people as a favor.

  Yesterday morning I ordered #200 bottles of #100 capsules each of 5000 unit vitamin-D for $670 to give to anybody and everybody by Christmas. 
I gave a bottle to a panhandler I often donate to yesterday morning on my bike commute to work, 
I gave another bottle to a school crossing guard who waves at me. 
I explained to both guys why to take it every day. I'm out now.
The new vitamin-D should come in next Monday or Tuesday.

Second time posting this:
Vitamin D Insufficiency May Account for Almost Nine of Ten COVID-19 Deaths: Time to Act. Comment on: “Vitamin D Deficiency and Outcome of COVID-19 Patients”

Third time posting this:
It's a small study, but it helps define vitamin-D dose for hospital inpatients, or anybody who needs to get vitamin-D levels up quickly. 60,000 units per day is 12 of the 5000 unit pills of vitamin D3 that we can buy at the store. That's the daily dose for about 2 weeks. Most people got into the mid-normal range on this dose and nobody's level went above the normal range. The people who got vitamin-D cleared the virus sooner, based on repeat testing. Thanks to commenter "Amazed".

  "Amazed" sent this link to the blog, and Ilargi posted it at The Automatic Earth this morning. 
Pierre Kory is a critical care pulmonologist who is completely sick of people dying slowly in his ICUs, because they did not get early treatment for COVID before their lungs and other organs failed.
  He is part of Professor Paul Marik MDs large group of academic physicians, "not a politician", as he has to defend himself. 
He points out that no CDC money has gone into investigating existing drugs to treat COVID, only vaccines and novel patented creations like remdesivir, things that will make profits, if we wait long enough. 
The data in favor of ivermectin treatment of COVID, prophylactically, and at every stage of illness, is powerful and of high quality. It is ignored by the CDC. (Why?)
Pierre Kory, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at St. Luke's Aurora Medical Center, delivers passionate testimony during the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on "Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution, Part II."

23 studies all show ivermectin to be an effective treatment for COVID-19. 
You really don't need a meta-analysis. Not one of them failed to show benefit. None showed harm. (second posting)
Ivermectin is effective for COVID-19: meta analysis of 23 studies

​Dr Marik's group at Eastern Virginia Medical School has a treatment protocol, with multiple additional therapeutic options also cited. This addresses all stages of illness. Ivermectin and zinc are core treatments. This most recent update is from 11/30/20. (posted several times)​

​  In Los Angeles the Mayor again freaks out and calls for everybody to stay home, not even meet outdoors, to eliminate direct human contacts.​
​About 55% of LA residents have been staying home, a stable percentage, since mid June. People are increasingly exhausted by this deprivation of human mingling and social contact.​ We are a profoundly social species. 
It is obvious that permanent societal quarantine is a failed plan, even before you look at the economy.
​This LA Times article presents a mitigation strategy of masking and distancing, but it fails to mention vitamin-D or ivermectin.
How can we be so blind and so stupid for so long? 
Do we need help to be this blind and stupid? 
Where is "the science"?​

​In the rest of California. A short and sensible video by this sheriff:
California Sheriff Slams Gov. Newsom's 'Dictatorial' Lockdowns, Won't Be 'Blackmailed, Bullied Or Used As Muscle' To Enforce

Covid Is Toppling America's "Points of Failure" Dominoes  , Charles Hugh Smith
​  ​Sorry Fed, it's too late. The dominoes are already toppling, and every point of failure is being exploited by the catalyzing effects of Covid.
America's many points of failure--leverage points where a break brings down the entire system--are falling like dominoes, a process catalyzed by Covid. These systemic points of failure have been masked for the past 20 years by the widespread distribution of trillions of dollars, either printed or borrowed.

​  ​In a new lawsuit filed (​Monday​), Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block four battleground states – Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, from casting “unlawful and constitutionally tainted votes” in the Electoral College.
​  ​In the brief submitted to the Supreme Court, Texas includes a declaration from Pacific Economics Group member and USC economics professor, Charles J. Cicchetti, Ph.D.
​  ​Dr. Cicchetti is the former Deputy Director at the Energy and Environmental Policy Center at Harvard University’s John Kennedy School of Government and received his Ph.D. in economics from Rutgers University.
​  ​According to Dr. Cicchetti, his calculations show the probability of Joe Biden winning the popular vote in the four states independently given President Trump’s early lead in those States as of 3 a.m. on November 4, 2020, is less than one in a quadrillion.

Missouri & Louisiana Join Texas Taking The Election Fight To Supreme Court
A Texas-sized mess may have just appeared but if you check the news you will not see much reference to it.
​  ​Yesterday, the Arizona supreme court refused to hear a Trump appeal, and the Nevada supreme court looks to be leaning against a similar case too. Those moves towards ‘game over’ for Trump got covered. The US Supreme Court heard the reply from Pennsylvania in the case over the constitutionality of voting by mail there, which basically did not deny the complaint but said “You really don’t want to open this constitutional can of worms”; and the Court then denied the call for emergency injunctive relief against certifying its election results. That ‘game over’ got covered too.
​  ​What did not get covered is that Texas filed a case with the Supreme Court against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin calling for the election results to be overturned in those states, and for the constitutional remedy of returning the selection of electors to state legislatures, claiming:
​  ​Non-legislative actors’ purported amendments to States’ duly enacted election laws, in violation of the Electors Clause’s vesting State legislatures with plenary authority regarding the appointment of presidential electors.
​  ​Intrastate differences in the treatment of voters, with more favorable allotted to voters -whether lawful or unlawful– in areas administered by local government under Democrat control and with populations with higher ratios of Democrat voters than other areas of Defendant States.
​  ​The appearance of voting irregularities in the Defendant States that would be consistent with the unconstitutional relaxation of ballot-integrity protections in those States’ election laws.
​  ​As one election law expert put it, the US constitution is effectively a contract between the 50 states, including how their president is elected, and Texas is claiming other parties broke parts of that contract. Texas is apparently now supported by Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Tennessee. Talk about a divided country. 
​  ​Perhaps not a surprise, the Supreme Court took the Texas case in expedited fashion, and has called for a response by 3PM Thursday.

Corporate Media Silence Deafening as Former Clinton Aide Confirms Ties to Jeffrey Epstein
The bombshell that Clinton’s closest confidant confirmed the former president’s many trips aboard the “lolita express” has been totally ignored by the New York Times, Washington Post, NBC News, MSNBC, CBS News, and CNN.

​Jim Kunstler had perspective Monday, before the Supreme Court actions above:
​  An awful lot has been churning in the deep background for months before the election. Mr. Trump was onto the mass write-in vote scam enabled by the media-assisted hysteria over Covid-19. The wheels of genuine US intel against national security threats still turned in spite of whatever Deep State perfidy had been aimed at Mr. Trump himself from Day One in office, and the president made use of his own private counter-intel hackers to suss out the game — which was finally to overthrow him by ballot fraud. The result was Executive Order 13848 issued in September 2020, which specified foreign interference in elections as “an unusual and extraordinary threat to national security” and laid out some pretty stringent remedies.
  The main one was a requirement for the top executive agencies — DOJ, DOD, Homeland Security, Treasury plus the Director of National Intelligence (Mr. Ratcliffe) — to deliver an assessment within 45 days of the election. We’re now in the sweet-spot of that 45-day delivery period when something has to pop. Looks a little like the AG, Mr. Barr, has been dithering and wriggling painfully over this, and even making noises about resigning. But he may have already surrendered his credibility, with the foot-dragging of the FBI under Christopher Wray and the agency’s apparent lack of interest in election fraud. The consequences of EO 13848 will roll out with him or without him.
  The real action was over at the Department of Defense, where the President hastily cleaned house this fall and installed the trustworthy Christopher Miller as SecDef, along with top aide Kash Patel and Ezra Cohen-Watnick as Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security. Mr. Cohen-Watnick had been an assistant to General Michael Flynn, former Director of Defense Intelligence, in his brief tenure as National Security Advisor before getting sandbagged by Barack Obama and James Comey.
  Both Mr. Cohen-Watnick and General Flynn are intimately familiar with the apparatus of Defense Intelligence, of course, and have been actively using it to identify DNC and Joe Biden activists who played a role in election irregularities as well as foreign actors...

  The “remedial actions” are interesting. They include pretty severe sanctions against any “persons” (entity or company) involved in or enabling foreign interference in elections: attaching property in the US, blocking trade, and an array of financial restrictions and penalties. The EO does not spell out criminal penalties that might fall under the sedition and treason statutes, but expect these to be activated as the law provides.   
  Quite a few political celebrities and figures in the news and social media may have exposed themselves to liability in this. If it doesn’t mean the end of Facebook or Twitter, it may spell the end of Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey running them. Also include the less-well-known execs at The WashPo, The New York Times, and several cable news networks.

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  1. Another must watch James Lyons–Weiler, PhD -

    The UK population are just one giant group of guinea pigs.

    James Lyons – Weiler, PhD, is President and CEO of The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge , Founder of, and the author of “Cures vs. Profits“, “Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism“, and “Ebola:An Evolving Story” Dr. Lyons-Weiler has been conducting biomedical research for over 20 years and has 58 peer-reviewed publications. After earning a PhD in Ecology, Evolution & Conservation in Biology, he won an AP Sloan Postdoctoral Fellowship in Computational Molecular Biology at Pennsylvania State University. Prior to founding IPAK and IPAK-EDU, he was a full faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, faculty in the Department of Pathology in the School and Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, and Senior Research Scientist/Scientific Director of the University of Pittsburgh's Bioinformatics Analysis Core in support of translational research, systems biology, sequence analysis, and the creation of novel algorithmic solutions for the analysis of complex and challenging data."

    1. Coronavirus vaccinated animals die too much when exposed to the virus.
      "Pathogenic Priming".
      I've been saying that most of the year.
      They want to skip animal trials this year. Bad for business, I guess.
      Take vitamin-D. Take ivermectin, zinc and doxycycline if you get sick.
      Sorry if you can't find a doctor to prescribe it.
      Here is how (as above):

  2. You can buy Ivermectin here:

    I've had two orders successfully delivered to me in the UK. I'm taking 5 x 3mg tabs (15mg) every two weeks prophylactically.
    They're a trustworthy outfit.

    If you write to Andrew here, he'll take care of you:

    Say Jeremy sent you!

    Check them here:

    1. "Jeremy"? UK? Jeremy of Chad and Jeremy?