Risk of death, 92.3% lower, RR 0.08, p = 0.03, treatment 0 of 600 (0.0%), control 6 of 600 (1.0%)
Insurers in Indiana and India report similar rates of non-COVID-related premature deaths.
Contrary to what the public might assume — given the media’s unremitting coverage of COVID-19 — Davison reported most of the death claims listed causes of death other than COVID.
Commenting on the news, Steve Kirsch, executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, wrote, “It would take something REALLY BIG to have an effect this big.”
Moreover, Kirsch said, the culprit would have to be something first introduced in 2021 — “something new … that a huge number of people would be exposed to” — such as COVID shots.
Vaccine scientist Dr. Robert Malone and statistician Jessica Rose, Ph.D., agreed that experimental COVID injections should be considered prime suspects. https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/insurance-companies-report-increase-premature-deaths/
Former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan: What Kazakhstan Isn't Ambassador Murray says the street riots were unanticipated, even by the CIA, according to his information. There was a puppet they wanted to install, but he wouldn't be a puppet, so they gave up on him. Everybody drives LP gas converted cars, since Kazakhstan produces it. The government subsidized this to consumers and gas stations, then removed the subsidy. Riots ensued. The government mandated the prices go back down at the pump, but that price was less than the unsubsidized gas stations had to buy it for, so fuel became scarce, upsetting people's lives. Kazakhstan is very big and people drive long distances. He foresees that Russian influence will increase in this country where 55% speak Russian, and Russian soldiers have been requested to restore order. https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2022/01/what-kazakhstan-isnt/
Moon of Alabama believes it is a color-revolution and foresees that Russian help will increase Russian influence, as it did in Belarus. Russia will be interested in reforms to constructively channel popular desires and aspirations into a political process. https://www.moonofalabama.org/2022/01/the-us-directed-rebellion-in-kazakhstan-may-well-strengthen-russia.html#more
Pepe Escobar, Steppe on Fire: Kazakhstan’s Color Revolution Maidan in Almaty? Oh yeah. But it’s complicated.
So is that much fear and loathing all about gas? Not really.
Kazakhstan was rocked into chaos virtually overnight, in principle, because of the doubling of prices for liquefied gas, which reached the (Russian) equivalent of 20 rubles per liter (compare it to an average of 30 rubles in Russia itself).
That was the spark for nationwide protests spanning every latitude from top business hub Almaty to the Caspian Sea ports of Aktau and Atyrau and even the capital Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana.
The central government was forced to roll back the gas price to the equivalent of 8 rubles a liter. Yet that only prompted the next stage of the protests, demanding lower food prices, an end of the vaccination campaign, a lower retirement age for mothers with many children and – last but not least – regime change, complete with its own slogan: Shal, ket! (“Down with the old man.”)
The “old man” is none other than national leader Nursultan Nazarbayev, 81, who even as he stepped down from the presidency after 29 years in power, in 2019, for all practical purposes remains the Kazakh gray eminence as head of the Security Council and the arbiter of domestic and foreign policy. ...
Up to now, the succession game in Kazakhstan had been seen mostly as a hit across Northern Eurasia. Local honchos, oligarchs and the comprador elites all kept their fiefdoms and sources of income. And yet, off the record, I was told in Nur-Sultan in late 2019 there would be serious problems ahead when some regional clans would come to collect – as in confronting “the old man” Nazarbayev and the system he put in place.
Tokayev did issue the proverbial call “not to succumb to internal and external provocations” – which makes sense – yet also assured that the government “will not fall”. Well, it was already falling, even after an emergency meeting trying to address the tangled web of socioeconomic problems with a promise that all “legitimate demands” by the protesters will be met.
This did not play out as a classic regime change scenario – at least initially. The configuration was of a fluid, amorphous state of chaos, as the – fragile – Kazakh institutions of power were simply incapable of comprehending the wider social malaise. A competent political opposition is non-existent: there’s no political exchange. Civil society has no channels to express itself. http://thesaker.is/steppe-on-fire-kazakhstans-color-revolution/
Don't look like rest to me:) Awesome progress. Thumbs Up!ReplyDelete
This was before I started feeling sick again. I didn't rest when I felt better.Delete
We'll take some pics today.
Best wishes to you and all of your family. Thank you for reporting your experience. Is there anything OTC that you might have taken additionally as a prophylactic? You mention zinc + IVM = uptake of zinc, but would taking more zinc + quercetin, etc, in advance have been beneficial?ReplyDelete
See OTC Rxs for Omicron for those answers. Lecithin helps you absorb more quercetin. I took them together. https://www.johndayblog.com/2021/12/otc-covid-rxs-for-omicron.htmlDelete
I pick up your comments on TAE, so I missed that link. Thank you.Delete
I'm really happy you guys are being so productive. It's good for you. Best wishes. Thanks for all the awesome post.ReplyDelete
I'm thinking about insulation today.
Wow, you have some awesome internal space in that abode! Thanks so much for sharing your infection experience, it was very useful for me to read. As Omicron descends on my region, I need to rely on the scant resources I've accumulated over the 18 months now passed. I could have done better, but thanks to informational resources (yes that includes you), I am better off than most.ReplyDelete
BTW, there was that Tucker segment featuring Viagra. I passed that link along to two close friends, both with COPD, and told them to add Viagra to their medicine cabinet. The message seemed well received, LOL, though their wives may complain. Should Covid find either of them, maybe it will be useful?
That wide angle lens makes it look bigger.Delete
The photo was taken from what will be the kitchen, a 2-cook kitchen.
Omicron does not cause illness in the lungs or circulation much, so hopefully no sildenafil will be needed.
You are welcome, Kimo.