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Thursday, June 17, 2021

Constructive Discussions

 Not Particularly Shocked,


​  ​Russian President Vladimir Putin said his meeting with President Biden in Switzerland on Wednesday was hostility-free, adding that "on the contrary … it was very constructive." Putin described Biden as a "balanced and professional man, and it's clear that he's very experienced," and said "it seems to me that we did speak the same language."
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/putin-portrait-biden-drawn-media-has-nothing-do-reality

​Oh, "we" got something. We kept Germany as an ally; maybe more, but it's secret. What about that cyber-crime cooperation? Great Reset? Non-aggression pact?
​  ​Appearing on Hannity, Trump noted “We gave a very big stage to Russia, and we got nothing.”
He continued, “We gave up something that was unbelievably valuable. I stopped the pipeline, NordStream II, and the pipeline was stopped, and it was given back [to Germany and Russia] and nothing was gotten for it.”

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/trump-biden-putin-meeting-it-was-very-good-day-russia

​Moon of Alabama summarizes the 2 hour summit:
There were a few results:
The ambassadors of both sides, who had been recalled from Washington and Moscow, will return to their posts.
There will be new expert rounds about cybersecurity.
There may be talks about an exchange of prisoners.
There will be new rounds about security, which means strategic nuclear weapons.
A joint statement by both sides about Strategic Stability has been posted in Russian on the Kremlin site (machine translation):
  Today we reaffirm our adherence to the principle that there can be no winners in a nuclear war and should never be unleashed.
To achieve these goals, Russia and the United States will soon launch a comprehensive bilateral dialogue on strategic stability, which will be substantive and energetic. Through this dialogue, we aim to lay the foundation for future arms control and risk mitigation measures.
  That is a very important result and the upcoming talks will be interesting. The U.S. will have to end its Missile Defense Program if it wants limits on any of the new strategic weapon types Russia has introduced.

https://www.moonofalabama.org/2021/06/summit-summary.html

FBI Operatives Likely 'Unindicted Co-Conspirators', Organizers Of Capitol Riot: Report​:
  Tucker Carlson dropped several bombshells on his show Tuesday night, chief among them was from a Revolver News report that the FBI was likely involved in organizing the Jan. 6 Capitol 'insurrection,' and were similarly involved in the kidnapping plot against Michigan Governor Gretchin Whitmer.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/fbi-operatives-were-unindicted-co-conspirators-organizers-capitol-riot-report

​There are articles out about this being a "Cultural Revolution" in the west, destroying all things "old". 
I think it's just tyranny picking off vulnerable targets first. Russian News Alert:
Canada's treatment of religious communities is a prime example of using Covid as an excuse to bully just because they can
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/526735-canada-religious-communities-police/

Emergency Use Authorizations for experimental and toxic "vaccines" are only legal if there is nothing else that works safely, so LIE BIG and DON'T STOP.
​  ​In April 2020, Fauci endorsed the high-priced anti-viral remdesivir, calling it the “standard of care” before the first study was published. Did anyone in those investigative powerhouses question the financial ties between the NIH and the drug’s maker, Gilead? Did they care that the study showed no mortality improvement, and the trial’s endpoint was changed to improve benefits so marginal that the WHO advises against the drug?
–Hospitals vehemently oppose ivermectin, forcing some patients’ families to obtain court orders to get it. Does this comport with their liberal use of treatments like monoclonal antibodies and convalescent plasma that are still considered experimental? Just 19 deaths were associated with ivermectin in 20 years; 503 were linked to remdesivir in its first year. Annualized, that’s roughly a 500-fold higher toll for remdesivir. Why is ivermectin — safe, FDA-approved — not used off-label, especially in dying ICU patients, when the potential harm is miniscule?
–The COVID pandemic has led to the most widespread, government-sanctioned wave of censorship and authoritarian message control in American history. Rather than fighting this, the media carries the water. When Merck disingenuously disavowed ivermectin’s safety — a drug it gave away by the billion in a life-saving campaign against parasites — widespread media reports failed to note the company’s potential to make big money on patented new drugs on which it was already working.
–More importantly, the evidence in favor of ivermectin aligns so uniformly that the odds of it being wrong are infinitesimal. 
Why not read the studies? Why not talk to doctors who have used the drug and patients who have taken it?​  ​(​$)​
https://trialsitenews.com/they-denied-a-lab-leak-at-wuhan-they-are-wrong-about-other-things/

​This Just In!   (They swore last month that mRNA vaccines could not convert their messages into long-lasting cellular DNA.)
New Discovery Shows Human Cells Can Write RNA Sequences Into DNA
https://scitechdaily.com/new-discovery-shows-human-cells-can-write-rna-sequences-into-dna-challenges-central-principle-in-biology/

Questioning the timeline of ersatz-reality again... 
I had a patient almost die of multi-organ infection in November-December 2019. All the hospital found was "coronavirus", nothing.
​  ​Confidential documents have surfaced in a Confidentiality Agreement between the U.S. National Institutes of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Moderna showing they transferred "potential coronavirus vaccine candidates" to the University of North Carolina, on December 12, 2019
. . . which was nineteen (19) days BEFORE the outbreak of novel coronavirus in China!
https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/documents-u-s-gov-t-sent-mrna-coronavirus-vaccine-candidates-to-university-researchers-weeks-before-covid-outbreak-in-china-how-did-they-know-unless-they-caused-it

​This experiment was carried out in Central America, too. The special tetanus vaccine causes "spontaneous"  abortion.
​  ​This “vaccine” against pregnancy was developed by Dr G.P. Talwar in 1972. The idea is to produce antibodies to the pregnancy hormone, such that the women would not be able to carry a normal pregnancy. Women who were pregnant would abort and those not pregnant would be rendered infertile. The report is indeed disturbing. A few months earlier an article entitled “HCG Found in WHO Tetanus Vaccine in Kenya Raises Concern in the Developing World” was published by Oller and colleagues in the Open Access Library Journal.
​  ​The Oller report described young women in Kenya who were vaccinated with this “Talwar vaccine” on the pretext of preventing maternal and neonatal (baby) tetanus. Many of the samples of the tetanus vaccine that tested positive for hCG was sourced from the Serum Institute of India.
​  ​The vaccine programme was promoted by the WHO and the Kenyan government, funded by the Gates Foundation. Mothers-to-be were encouraged to take the vaccine to prevent tetanus in their unborn babies, without being told that the vaccine would prevent the baby from ever being born.
https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/news/ethical-questions-surround-vaccine-reduce-fertility

​Subject to Unannounced  Modification​
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9 comments:

  1. RE: the post above about the Moderna/UNC transfer in late 2019, it looks to me like a project to use a corona virus based mRNA therapy to treat HIV. The title of the project is "Messenger RNA encoded antibodies for HIV prophylaxis". So I would conclude that this is the same technology Moderna used for their Covid-19 vaccine but not a smoking gun. The Ft. Detrick leak, the Wuhan games spreading event and the discovery of Covid-19 detritus in Q4 2019 waste water samples in Europe and the US stands on its own IMO.

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    1. You read that in more detail than I did, Bob. It does fit with my worldview of events, which I have been gradually piecing together.

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    2. I am basically with you, John, on the Ft. Detrick scenario. I think the quick shift from Wuhan Food Market to the Virology Institute was planned all along to make sure the focus was never going to be on Ft. Detrick.

      On another subject, what's your view on Mike Yeadon's claim that pre-symptomatic transmission is not a thing. I share Yeadon's overall concerns, but this particular point he makes, which supports the notion that lockdowns are not necessary if true, bothers me. The way I see it, if the virus preferentially lands in epithelial cells in the lungs, there could be a significant period of time where it is replicating and spreading while the carrier is unaware of any symptoms unless they do pulse/oximeter testing. I would love to be told I am wrong and Yeadon is right by someone more knowledgeable. :-)

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    3. There are very strong views on there being asymptomatic/presymptomtic/minimall-symptomatc spread or not.
      Them's Fightin' Words!

      Over Christmas and January, a lot of the patients I saw , who tested [ositive, had been working retail in the Christmas season, of necessity, and downplaying it to themselves and others.
      Whaddaya call that?
      We know that for the first 2 days of significantly high viral loads in the nasopharynx, symptoms are localized and minimal. Not Headache. Not Fever. Not Exhaustion, Not Cough, progressing to sore throat next and maybe that's all in a lot of people. Half of people, or so lose sense of smell. Maybe it's less, because its about half of people who test positive that have some change in smell/taste.
      I think a lot of people with this bug have never had a clue as to where they got it, unless it was a big church outbreak, the guys in the work truck, or a close family member. It transmits under the radar a lot.
      I think that is the main message, and other quibbles are splitting-hairs.
      Many people disagree with me, and that's OK. I don't want to argue details.

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    4. Many thanks, John. That answers the question to my satisfaction.

      At a minimum, Yeadon is overstating his case. To be fair, he does qualify his point by referencing the lack of asymptomatic transmission with the flu, but it is his extending that point to apply equally to covid-19 that is the unjustified inference IMO.

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  2. You've previously mentioned higher IVM doses.

    Here's a new study using 600 µg/kg/day :

    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(21)00239-X/fulltext

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    1. Thanks Jeremy,
      30 patients with the triple dose ivermectin and 15 patients with no ivermectin had similar adverse event, so well-tolerated. They do not say how many doses were given. One?
      This was May-September 2020. There was a trend to higher ivermectin blood levels leading to more rapid drop in viral load.
      A single triple-dose is different from days of a triple dose.
      It's interesting, but a lot of clinical data has been generated since September. I have not heard much more about the need for higher treatment doses in Brazil, though it was a topic on the C19D list in March and April.
      Id feel free to give more if necessary. It is minimally toxic at 10X the usual dose, from what I have read, but how many doses? It does stay around in the cells pretty well.

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  3. I treated a couple of family members with 0.4 mg/kg IVM and Azith late last year.
    They took a single IVM dose with food on days 1, 3 and 5.

    They were both very sick with Covid, and had been told to isolate at home by their local docs. with minimal treatment. By day two they both felt much better, and were fully recovered within a week.

    "Treatment Nihilism" as McCollough has termed it is beyond criminal.

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    1. You did a good thing for your family, Jeremy.
      Maybe if it had been your brother he would have a better attitude about this.

      :-)

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