Thursday, May 20, 2021

Spirit Of Inquiry

Questioning the Narratives,

I just posted this comment on John Ward’s site, The Slog:
VACCINE DEATHS: time for another colour of card?

I’m a Family Physician in Texas, working at a public health clinic, and treating COVID with ivermectin, zinc, doxycycline, and a baseline of vitamin-D for everybody. I bought and gave away over $1200 of vitamin-D to coworkers and patients last year, half of it shortly before Christmas, when cases were peaking in Texas.
It is very difficult to report vaccine adverse events. You cannot get a human on the phone, and the words at the online reporting site are scary, warning of criminal penalties for inaccurate reporting, repeatedly A serious epidemiologic estimate is that under 1% of adverse events from vaccination are reported in the US. I believe it.
I had a patient get very sick with COVID Pneumonia in March. She was admitted to the hospital with it, again, having been admitted in August of last year.
She was sick enough to go to the ER 4 days after her Moderna mRNA vaccine dose #1. Coincidence, that?
She went to 2 hospitals with her adult daughter, and had negative swabs. “Sorry, we can’t help you”.
The third hospital tested her (+) and admitted her, with the typical patchy pneumonia pattern on chest CT.
She got IV fluids and steroids, and recovered again.
Why would 2 tests be negative and the third one positive?
There are false-negatives and false positives, but the chest CT pattern has also been considered diagnostic of COVID since the epidemic in Wuhan.
ERs use the rapid swab.
A poor collection may read negative and a good collection positive.
The rapid swab looks for viral proteins, specifically the calling-card Spike Protein.
The (send-away) PCR swab looks for the viral RNA.
This month, we are told that we MUST ONLY TEST THE VACCINATED WITH PCR.
That’s odd. It delays results for 2 days and the PCR tests have more false positives, so less clinically reliable.
Why only PCR tests now in the vaccinated.
RNA detection vs. spike protein detection?
Why would that even matter?
It might have mattered in my patient, who got sick with pneumonia 4 days after mRNA vaccination, while her body was presumably flooded with COVID spike-protein fragments, and desperately fighting them, since they had almost killed her the previous summer.
She could well have had spike-protein in her nasal mucosa, and it could have been detected by a nasal swab rapid test.
She should not have had COVID-19 RNA in any nasal swab, since that would have only been delivered into some cells where the vaccine went when injected in her muscle.
Are the COVID-19 cases , which have a little spike after vaccination, a manifestation of the combination of the immune system valiantly contesting a virus it has fought before (or the spike proteins thereof), while the same enemy spike-protein is detectable in a nasal swab?
You can’t definitively answer that.
Only scientists at Pfizer and Mod
erna can. They are keeping a secret whether the blood borne blossoming of spike proteins from their genetic engineering products will result in some percentage of “False positive” rapid nasal swab tests.
It is not a subject at all, anywhere.
The other doctors, including epidemiologists, on the COVID-19 treating physicians listserv do not know, either.
“Inquiring minds want to know.”

This is the Nature article which established recently that our baseline adult susceptibility to Bad-COVID has never been more than about 19%, due to cross protection in T-cell immunity, derived from prior infections with other coronaviruses.
SARS-CoV-2-derived peptides define heterologous and COVID-19-induced T cell recognition
Cross-reactive SARS-CoV-2 peptides revealed pre-existing T cell responses in 81% of unexposed individuals and validated similarity with common cold coronaviruses, providing a functional basis for heterologous immunity in SARS-CoV-2 infection.                                                  

Here comes the hard-sell for COVID vaccination against children, young children.  Why?   Is it just mundane business greed?  Is this meant to establish the precedent that everybody, always must accept messenger-RNA genetic engineering injections without thought or complaint? That opens the doors wide to that devil. "Just take genetic engineering shots with messenger RNA twice per year , like everybody else does, like your Mom made you do, when you were little." Thanks John Ward        Cases of the rare disease, called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C, totaled more than 2,000 in February and surpassed 3,000 by April 1, according to the CDC, which will soon update its tally.                                                                                                                                                           Vaccine manufacturers’ clinical trials have mostly focused on adults, and now almost 72% of those 65 and older are fully inoculated, according to the CDC.   Meanwhile, young children don’t yet have access to shots, and companies are still studying the effects on them. Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine has been available for teens 16 and older, and won authorization Monday for ages 12 to 15.                                                                               

Thanks Eleni. Global Banking Reset approaches:  From the Notebook: The Coming Apotheosis of the Banks    I’m not making predictions about that, but when you realize that with MMT banks like Goldman and Morgan are no longer needed to implement policy and the crazies have taken over the asylum, it may just be we’re far closer to the Great Sell Out of the banks than anyone has previously contemplated. Given that the entire COVID-19 story has collapsed and there’s no fear over it just the lasting divisions between the ‘masked’ and the ‘unmasked’ what’s the next fear on the horizon we have to look out for?              

It is ALREADY a Multipolar World, and the US has forced Russia and China to ally against the Empire. They are stronger than the Empire.    Dealing with it...                                                     Blinken, Lavrov seek cooperation despite ‘serious differences’ at first meeting   (Look at that picture of them meeting!)                                                            Top diplomats from the Biden administration and Russia in their first in-person meeting on Wednesday stressed that the former Cold War foes have serious differences in how they view world affairs but struck an optimistic tone for the talks, saying the two sides can still find ways to work together.                

Proof of sincerity in negotiations...   
Biden, Reversing Trump, Permits a Key Putin Goal: a New Russian Natural Gas Pipeline to Germany
That Trump was controlled by Putin and served his agenda was the opposite of reality. First Obama, and now Biden, have accommodated Moscow far more.       

US Stimulus gooses Chinese consumer manufacturing, Charles Hugh Smith                                                As America's trade deficit explodes higher and the costs of offshoring supply chains mount, the apologists for globalization are out in full force, attempting to shout down reality with their usual specious claims about how amazingly wunnerful globalization has been for America.                        Allow me to tote up the real-world cost savings:                                                                                      Cost of cheap ill-fitting jeans dropped $10.  Cost of low-quality TV that will only last a few years dropped $50.  Cost of healthcare, annual increase: $3,000 per household  Cost of rent, annual increase: $1,200 per household  Cost of child care, annual increase: $1,300 per household  Cost of college tuition and room and board, annual increase: $1,500 per household                                                So while domestic costs rose $6,000 annually due to predatory cartels, over-regulation, taxes, etc., we saved $60 by offshoring supply chains.                                                                                                             

India increases use of Ivermectin against COVID, and cases drop.   

There are more than those 2 ways to engage the rightful inhabitants of Palestine, aren't there?                                                                                                               On the very day that Biden phoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to urge de-escalation in Gaza, which the US President said would set the stage for a ceasefire with Hamas, the Israeli leader told a group of foreign ambassadors that the only solution might be to "conquer" the Gaza Strip.
  "There are only two ways that you can deal with them," he said about Hamas during the Wednesday briefing held in Tel Aviv. "You can either conquer them, and that's always an open possibility, or you can deter them, and we are engaged right now in forceful deterrence, but I have to say we don't rule out anything."                                        

Questioning The Choices

Pictured below, between rain showers, in the replanted Mexican Avocado orchard in Yoakum, a few days ago 


  1. Hi John, How can I get in touch with you for a follow up question?


    1. You can ask a question here, Mike.
      Until July, when the service goes kaput, I am able to see a list of emails subscribed to this blog, without identifiers of which human they link to.
      That is more complicated.

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  3. May I ask why you say the service is going kaput? Do you mean that you will no longer be writing? I truly hope that is not what you mean. Thank you for all the posts that you have made. You are appreciated.

    1. Not everything is going kaput, but the email-subscription functionality to this blog will end in July. The service that Blogger has contracted with is going kaput. The blog will still be going up when I can get the time to put all those tabs I save into a formatted group.
      Thanks for the words of support.
      I feel it is my duty to do my best in such predatory times.