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Covid19: A case for medical detectives

Is medical malpractice causing the deaths of BAME patients?

Dr Wolfgang Wodarg
The numerous and disproportionately frequent deaths of Covid19 patients with dark skin colour and from southern countries are apparently also the result of a drug-related mistreatment. Those affected are people with a specific enzyme deficiency, which occurs mainly in men whose families come from regions where malaria was or still is endemic.
They are currently being treated with hydroxychloroquine, a drug which they do not tolerate, now being used all over the world to fight Covid-19. If this practice does not end soon, there is a great risk of widespread deaths, especially in Africa.

Before I describe my research on these findings which are very disturbing to me, I would like to say a few words about the assessment of the corona crisis, the reliability of the SARS-CoV-2 PCR test, as well as ubiquitous fear and how it is used politically.

In my investigations into the events after Wuhan, which have completely changed the world since the beginning of 2020, I realized quickly that although we are experiencing a new Corona virus variant, it does not – in view of German data on mortality and morbidity – differ significantly from what has been, or could have been, observed in recent years.

Corona viruses have not been the focus of epidemiological surveillance worldwide, as they have not contributed significantly to globalised seasonal respiratory viral infections, except in the short term in China (SARS 2002/2003) and in the Arab countries (MERS from 2012). There were also no existing vaccines that could have been recombined and marketed annually, as is the case for influenza.

As is well known, regular global episodes of flu have been referred to as “pandemics” since the swine flu of 2009, in an inflationary manner and focusing on single pathogens. In this context, vigilance and historically justified mistrust have long been required.

For if our normal, changing and globally circulating viral winter guests, such as the H1N1 viruses in 2009, already meet the criteria of a pandemic, then the term has become meaningless.

Before 2009, things were different. At that time, the necessary characteristics of a pandemic included a great many serious illnesses and numerous deaths, with a worldwide catastrophic overload of health care.

To me, the sole infection epidemiological aspects of the Wuhan phenomenon are clearly laid out by and large.

According to the available figures of the German networks for the surveillance of acute respiratory infections (ARI), the Influenza consortium and the Flu Web, and according to hospital data for ARI, as well as data on the utilization of intensive care units in the country, the flu wave 2019/2020 with its diverse pathogen spectrum has passed without any particularities. Only the consultations in the reporting wards apparently took place much less frequently in the last weeks of the season due to the lockdown.

With regard to acute seasonal respiratory diseases there is currently no reason to fear increased acute respiratory infections. From a medical point of view and considering the available data special precautions are now unnecessary – even if the government says otherwise.

The SARS-CoV-2 PCR test: non-specific, medically useless, but anxiety-producing

Because of the great importance for the Covid-19 occurrence, special attention must be paid to the SARS-CoV-2 PCR test – the only instrument available to measure the virus and to be able to talk about a new spread at all.

My assessment on this has not changed since the end of February: Without the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 viruses designed by German scientists, we would not have noticed a corona “epidemic” or even a “pandemic”.

After the WHO recommended it (“not for medical diagnostic purposes”), the test was used all over the country in the attempt to find fragments of SARS virus. An institution in China, whose name was not mentioned by one of the developers of the PCR test, Prof. Drosten, during an interview on German public radio “Deutschlandfunk”, confirmed to the virologist that the test used by him found the SARS fragment they were looking for in the Wuhan SARS virus.

My assessment of this test which is not officially accredited and not approved for medical purposes and now used to search for “cases” worldwide, is as follows:

How can a test that turns out positive for the many different SARS viruses of bats, dogs, tigers, lions, domestic cats and humans, which have been changing and spreading worldwide for many years, be called specific for the detection of an allegedly only four-month-old SARS-CoV-2?

Apparently it is a sensitive test that produces too many positive results. Therefore it can also detect many – in the meantime naturally recombined – SARS-like pathogens. This does not deny that the viruses from Wuhan were also among those.

However, the test seemingly also measures earlier SARS variants that are constantly altering, can change hosts quickly and are not found in virologists’ databases. However, these were and are obviously not considered to be extraordinarily dangerous.

So how do we know that the discrepancy between the many harmless infections and the few more severe courses is not due to the fact that different variants are found equally well with the test used? Especially since it turns out positive even for animal variants!

However, a positive – although possibly meaningless – test result is always frightening and causes an immediate and predictable respective behaviour on the part of those affected and those responsible.

The widespread testing, the fixation on ventilation problems, the emptying of the clinics for the announced flood of Covid-19 victims and triage exercises caused panic and thus guaranteed the obedience of a strongly intimidated population.

How to make fear last

When it became increasingly clear – even before the lockdown measures – that Germany would probably be mostly spared, two new foreign images of horror dominated the reporting in our country and ensured that fear and obedience continued: coffins and deadly chaos in many Italian and Spanish hospitals, refrigerated containers full of corpses and mass graves in New York. The conclusion was, that it had to be a dangerous epidemic after all.

However, it is unlikely that the same virus is so much more harmless in Hamburg than in New York. There must be other reasons for this.

Therefore I focused my research on these new focal points of the recent development. Perhaps, I hoped, it would then be easier to understand why many governments keep talking about the threat of a “second wave” and the continued need for a lockdown.

It is currently reasoned that the measures should be maintained more or less until the entire population can be saved by vaccination. One and a half years of a “new normality” without holidays, celebrations, cultural and sporting events are demanded and compulsory vaccinations, compulsory tests, tracking and immunity apps are held in prospect.

But why? How can the government be so sure to consider it necessary to repeal essential parts of the Basic Law, to drive the middle class into bankruptcy and to let workers and employees fall into unemployment? What else are we facing?

Medical Detectives: A look beneath the surface

The challenge is to find out what happened, for example, in Northern Italy, Spain or New York. In order to grasp this more research is needed, than what is taught in normal epidemiology.

In Baltimore, at the now unfortunately institutionally corrupted Johns Hopkins University, I used to attend intensive epidemiological training, which gave me a great deal of methodological knowledge. There was also a branch called “Medical Detectives”.

Here one could learn from history and on the basis of numerous well-researched cases how health consequences can arise, for example, from well or food poisoning and which tricks make it difficult to distinguish natural from man-made or even criminal causes. Medical detectives – everyone knows it from crime novels – have perpetrators and victims, motives and murder weapons, alibis and clients.

A disease – even one declared by the WHO – can be a “fake”. In the cases of bird flu and swine flu, I have seen and investigated the unscrupulous and corrupt machinations of the pharmaceutical and vaccine industry. Time and again health fears have been created to divert billions of public money into private pockets with dangerous products.

That is why one may also ask about Covid-19: Could there be something else behind the public’s continued anxiety? Cui bono? Who benefits from the fear?

Virologists once again as fear-mongers

Besides the WHO, the fear-mongers are again some virologists I already know from the past. Most of them – and this is unfortunately already “new normality” everywhere at medical institutes today – have established close cooperation with the pharmaceutical industry or other investors.

Nowadays it is easier to become a professor if you have shown skills in obtaining third-party funds. Science has become accustomed to “cheating”, and the universities make this easier through non-transparent spin-offs, public-private partnerships or cooperation with alleged charitable foundations.

The virology department of the Berlin Charité is supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation regarding Covid-19. A co-author of the PCR test by Drosten et al. is the CEO of the biotech company TIB Molbiol, which is now increasingly producing tests and selling them for millions. However, these are detective secondary findings that do not explain by far what is turning this world upside down.

The majority of experts can no longer deny that the danger of infections in Germany and its neighbouring countries has already passed, without embarrassing themselves for the rest of their careers.

And yet there are people in governments, public offices and the scientific community who want to lock us up with fear and keep on patronizing us.

My annoyance about this medically incomprehensible panic mongering and about many epidemic-hygienically nonsensical authorizations and freedom-withdrawing disciplinary measures is also accompanied by the curiosity of a “medical detective” who is concerned about possible hidden motives.

Nevertheless, I do not want to deal with the political or economic background at this point. The time for this will probably come eventually. Moreover it is not my area of expertise.

Are we facing a “second wave”?

The question I ask myself is: How was it possible to create such horror scenarios with an apparently relatively harmless pathogen, whereby critics could be effortlessly eliminated and the fear in the population could constantly be fed by the media?

I would also like to know based on what scientific evidence the German Chancellor, her Minister of Health, her “virologist of choice” and others continue to announce: The second wave is yet to come. It will take many more months. We must not go on holiday. We have to be prepared to work from home in the future. We all have to be tested, tracked and vaccinated with a drug that has yet to be tested.

Although all this is already laid out in the script with the title “The first modern pandemic”, published by Bill Gates on April 23, it is not medically explained there either.

A hint from New York

On March 31 I received an important tip: New York intensive care physician Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell had alerted his colleagues with an astonishing observation. He reported:

The Patients I saw in my ICU, they were no Covid-19 patients. They didn’t have any signs of pneumonia, but rather looked like passengers on a plane, that suddenly lost pressure at high altitude.”

Therefore It had to be a disturbance of the oxygen transport in the blood. I researched and ticked off the various known causes of such symptoms one after the other, if they were out of the question because of the progression of the disease.

The most probable cause seemed to be rapid hemolysis, a destruction of the erythrocytes (red blood cells) that exchange oxygen in the lungs for Co2 to exhale in order to transport the oxygen to every corner of our body. Patients then feel suffocated, breathe very quickly and under great effort.

We know what to do in such a case because it is demonstrated to us in the aircraft before every take-off: Oxygen masks fall from the ceiling and bring relief until everything is back to normal. This is exactly what helped the patients in New York the best. Intubation and ventilation, on the other hand, were wrong and killed people in many places.

The Nigerian dead in Sweden

I was aware of such a case with the same puzzling symptoms, which had been described in 2014 by Swedish pneumologists in a young patient from Nigeria who had died of the disease.

At that time, an enzyme deficiency was suspected and actually found to be a possible cause after death, which occurs in many regions of Africa in 20 – 30% of the population.

It is the so-called glucose-6-dehydrogenase deficiency, or “G6PD deficiency”, one of the most common genetic peculiarities, which can lead to threatening haemolysis (dissolution of red blood cells), mainly in men, when certain drugs or chemicals are taken. The following map shows the distribution of this deficiency (Source and explanations here).

This hereditary trait is particularly common among ethnic groups living in areas with malaria. The modified G6PD gene offers advantages in the tropics. It makes its carriers resistant to malaria pathogens. However, G6PD deficiency is also dangerous if those affected come into contact with certain substances found in, for example, field beans, currants, peas and a number of medicines.

These include acetylsalicylic acid, metamizole, sulfonamides, vitamin K, naphthalene, aniline, malaria drugs and nitrofurans. The G6PD deficiency then leads to a disruption of the biochemical processes in the red blood cells and – depending on the dose – to mild to life-threatening haemolysis.

The debris of the burst erythrocytes subsequently leads to microemboli, which block small vessels throughout the organs. What had caused the illness and death of the young man from Nigeria remained unclear at the time.

An alarming discovery

I looked at the drugs that can cause severe hemolysis in G6PD deficiency and got really scared. One of the substances that is called very dangerous in all forms of this enzyme deficiency is the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).

But this is precisely the substance that Chinese researchers in Wuhan have been recommending against SARS since 2003. Along with the virus from Wuhan, HCQ now came back to us as one of the therapeutic options and was accepted as such. At the same time, HCQ was recommended as a promising agent against Covid-19 for further clinical trials with the support of WHO and other agencies.

According to reports, production of this drug is to be increased in Cameroon, Nigeria and other African countries. India is the largest producer of HCQ and exports it to 55 countries.

Werner Baumann, Chairman of the Board of Management of Bayer AG, announced at the beginning of April that “various investigations in laboratories and clinics” had provided first indications that chloroquine might be suitable for the treatment of corona patients. The company then provided several million tablets.

There are now hundreds of trials worldwide, planned or ongoing by different sponsors, in which HCQ is used alone or together with other drugs. When I looked at some large studies to see if patients with G6PD deficiency were excluded, I found no evidence of this in most study plans.

In the USA, for example, a large multi-center study with 4,000 volunteers from healthy medical staff is being prepared. Here, however, the term “hypersensitivity” is only used in general terms, as is the case with all drugs with regard to allergic reactions.

In a chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine study by Oxford University (NCT04303507) with a planned 40,000 participants, the risk of G6PD deficiency is also not mentioned. In another large study by the Pentagon, though, there is an explicit warning to exclude G6PD deficiency patients from the study.

The following graph, based on information from the WHO database, shows how many studies on Covid-19 and HCQ have been initiated – and how few of them take enzyme deficiency into account.

Mostly only the cardiac complications of chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine are mentioned, which in Brazil led to the premature termination of a study with 11 deaths of 81 subjects. However, it seems that worldwide little attention is paid to this further serious side effect.

In addition, due to the lack of alternatives, HCQ has been tolerated and massively applied in many countries since the beginning of the year as part of a so-called “compassionate use”. In medicine, compassionate use refers to the use of not yet approved drugs in emergency situations.

Conspicuous clusters

During this research, more and more results of more precise evaluations of the deaths in especially affected cities were received. In New York and other cities in the USA, it was reported that the vast majority of fatalities were African Americans – twice as many as could be expected based on the proportion of the population.

Also from England, where the mortality data from Euromomo shows an increasing death rate since the beginning of April, it was reported that 35% of about 2000 seriously ill people, twice as many as expected, came from ethnic “minorities” (“black, Asian or other ethnic minority”), including doctors and medical staff.

A major doctor’s death in Italy remains in urgent need of clarification. The death of about 150 doctors and only a few female doctors are associated with Covid-19.

Although age may have played a role in many of these cases, it should be noted that a high prevalence of G6PD deficiency has also been described for some regions of Italy and that in Italy up to 71% of those who tested positive with PCR, as well as the staff, had a prophylactic high level of HCQ. The same applies to Spain.

Among the first 15 Covid-19 deaths in Sweden, there were 6 younger migrants from Somalia.

Deadly combination

Therefore the frightening result of my research is that typical severe courses with haemolysis, microthrombi and shortness of breath without typical signs of pneumonia occur more frequently where two factors come together:

  • Many patients with ancestors from malaria countries with G6PD deficiency
  • Prophylactic or therapeutic use of high-dose HCQ

This is exactly what is to be expected in Africa, and this is already the case everywhere where migration is causing a large proportion of the population coming from malaria countries. The following diagram shows the process flow schematically.

Cities such as New York, Chicago, New Orleans, London, or even large cities in Holland, Belgium, Spain and France are such centers. If the test is widely used in these migration hotspots and is expected to be positive in about 10 to 20% of the population, many people from the G6PD countries will also be among them.

If they are then treated with high-dose HCQ, either prophylactically or as part of a “compassionate” use, as planned, then those severe clinical pictures will also be evoked in young people, as has been presented to us by the sensational press, and which keep our fear of Covid-19 alive.

It is unknown how many times this deadly combination has already led to victims. There has been no discussion of the issue among those responsible in the WHO and in governments. There is also a frightening lack of knowledge and sense of responsibility among doctors who are accountable for the treatment of Covid-19 patients or for the staff treating them.

Once again: This connection applies not only to Africa, but also to large parts of Asia, South and Central America, Arabia and the Mediterranean region.

However, the cases mentioned have nothing to do with Covid-19 disease. A PCR test result leading to the prophylactic prescription of HCQ is sufficient to cause severe disease in up to one third of the people from high-risk populations treated in this way.

HCQ treatment for G6PD deficiency is a dangerous malpractice

This could be remedied immediately if all treating physicians worldwide were informed about the contraindication of HCQ. However, the WHO, the CDC, the ECDC, the Chinese SARS specialists, the medical associations, the drug authorities and the German government and its advisors are carelessly neglecting to inform the public. In view of the ongoing programmes, this appears to be gross negligence.

It is malpractice to treat people with G6PD deficiency with high-dose chloroquine derivatives or other drugs known to be dangerous for them. Under the WHO label “‘Solidarity’ clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments”, healthy people are exposed in a hurry to authorised, life-threatening experiments. Hundreds of clinical trials, mostly worthless observational studies with parallel approaches, very often also run with HCQ as one of the alternatives.

German drug legislation prohibits the use of unauthorised drugs, but the government still encourages this. A non-validated test that is not approved for diagnostic purposes provides the pretext for the use of life-threatening medication – given an infectious disease where there is still no evidence that it poses serious risks beyond the risk of the annual flu epidemic.

At full throttle into the catastrophe

The dangers of this epidemic are presented with the help of scientific imposture. An unsuitable test from Berlin provides the pretext for deadly measures all over the world.

The consequences of these mistakes lead to emergencies in many regions, which are attributed to an epidemic. This creates precisely the wave of fear so many in business and politics are now riding and which threatens to bury our fundamental rights.

The public, the media and the medical community hardly seem to be surprised that in New York and other centres more than twice as many “African Americans” die as would be expected due to their population share. Even in the studies of deaths in the USA and elsewhere, the risk posed by G6PD deficiency is almost always ignored or forgotten.

When sought-after virologists and other experts have been announcing for a long time that there will be a wave of deaths and terrible conditions in the cities in Africa, do they know about these connections? Or are there other provable reasons that justify such momentous prophecies? Finally: Is all this just a matter for science or also for public prosecutors and courts?

Originally published at Multipolar Magazine. Further information and graphics can be found on the author’s website. Also available in German, French and Portuguese.
Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg is an internist and pulmonary physician, specialist for hygiene and environmental medicine as well as for public health and social medicine. He was, among other things, a public health officer in Schleswig-Holstein, a lecturer at universities and technical colleges, chairman of the expert committee for health-related environmental protection at the Schleswig-Holstein Medical Association and member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

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Y. Renner
Y. Renner
May 20, 2020 10:26 PM
LeRuscino
LeRuscino
May 20, 2020 10:07 AM

What a load of Tosh !!

Africans have used Hydroxychloroquine & Quinine based drugs for nearly 100 years !

Hereditary Immunity is the reason for BAME deaths as Flu is a White Man’s disease ……..

axisofoil
axisofoil
May 20, 2020 4:34 AM
Steven
Steven
May 19, 2020 6:34 AM

Is there any evidence that there is such a thing as “asymptomatic transmissions” with regards to sars-cov-2? This seems to be the most effective scare tactic that these politicians use to scare the population? Is there any way or any sources that can be used to debunk this? Thanks.

Y. Renner
Y. Renner
May 17, 2020 2:41 PM

I have been following Dr. Wodarg since the beginning of the crowned flu. The man is acutely qualified to comment on the subject. Thank you by the way for providing this excellent English version of his writing. After reading it again, my only question is this: are these corona viruses endemic to the human biome in a certain percentage of the population (10 to 20%) or will each and every infection eventually get cleared by the immune system in 1 to 3 weeks or however long it takes?

It strikes me as no coincidence that these PCR tests must gather cultures from deep nasal passages, where the “hidden enemy” will always be lurking in a percentage of the population, thus prolonging forever the “pandemic” until Gates et al. have their way with us.

Y. Renner
Y. Renner
May 17, 2020 2:43 PM
Reply to  Y. Renner

I meant to say virome lol! Drat this tablet.

Arby
Arby
May 17, 2020 1:06 AM

“The modified G6PD gene offers advantages in the tropics. It makes its carriers resistant to malaria pathogens. However, G6PD deficiency is also dangerous if those affected come into contact with certain substances found in, for example, field beans, currants, peas and a number of medicines.”

Can anyone explain the above to me?

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 17, 2020 4:00 AM
Reply to  Arby

G6PD is apparently a piece of our genome that allows immunity towards malaria – probably coding for some type of protein that recognizes the parasites.
Seems also to be good for aiding the digestion of food.

I will safely say that, once again, diet plays a huge role in our wellness (duh.) Also look into epigenetics – changes in our DNA triggered by telomerase. Environment, and WHAT WE EAT.

Arby
Arby
May 17, 2020 1:15 PM
Reply to  WorldParole

I am new to terrain theory and such ideas but they are obviously on solid ground and I have been won over, although I am not convinced that viruses are real and I don’t believe in biological evolution. Blame Dr Andrew Kaufman for my doubts about viruses. I’d like to know more though. I totally agree with you on diet (maintaining your terrain). Mine is near perfect and has been for years. But I don’t complicate things. I strive for two main objectives, namely quality (meaning organic, if possible) and balance. Fruits, vegetables and assorted colors (which I believe means something, but I can be corrected here), without overdoing anything is the ticket. I also don’t eat red meat (which is mainly for religious reasons), although I do eat fish, depending. The issue I had with the quoted section is that I can’t tell whether Wolfgang is there talking about… Read more »

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 17, 2020 3:19 PM
Reply to  Arby

Yes, Dr. Kaufman has been wonderful through this whole ordeal.

In the middle of reading “What Really Makes You Ill” Parker, Lester – whom he has interviewed via podcast.

I’m a super fan of Dr. Michael Greger, Dr. Peter Glidden, Dr. Carl Pfeiffer, Dr. Rhonda Patrick, Dr Max Gerson (and Charlotte).

This foolish medical industrial complex is destroying people. I cry “euthanasia” to skeptics, but they have had a looong history of euthanasia.

1. Chemotherapies – 98% fail
2. Radiation therapies
3. Addiction to opiate prescription

And that is just recent history. Nevermind AIDS, Polio, TB, Ebola, and the mountain of prescription drug complications…

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 5:35 AM
Reply to  WorldParole

Acknowledged.

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 24, 2020 8:16 PM
Reply to  WorldParole

Here’s Dr. Glidden from March, wish I saw this earlier:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyftBpcN2Mc

And not banned from YouTube (yet)…

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 17, 2020 4:23 PM
Reply to  Arby

I would also ask you reconsider your stance on biological evolution.

All of Dr. Richard Dawkins work is phenomenal.

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 5:38 AM
Reply to  WorldParole

Thanks. I find Michael Denton to be the closest thing to a scientist whose work proves that there is a God and special creation. I have to admit that I am biased. I want to believe in a God who has the power to destroy this awful, cruel, nightmarish system of things, because we clearly can’t.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 5:12 PM
Reply to  Arby

Relative to all that is mentioned in this thread… Please check in with Dr Zach Bush, so as to enhance what these other great scientists mentioned have revealed…

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 5:52 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

I like Zach’s thinking, mostly.

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 19, 2020 1:39 AM
Reply to  Arby

Don’t let Dawkins’ brand of atheism interfere with his work in Biology… although I know that can be difficult sometimes.

Perhaps Odin can intervene in world affairs 😉

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 17, 2020 9:47 PM
Reply to  Arby

David Crowe has been nailing fake viral diseases for years (although I must admit, I only discovered him since the start of the “Covid-19” saga ). Check him out on:

http://theinfectiousmyth.com

and / or

https://davidcrowe.ca/SciHealthEnv.php

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 18, 2020 3:22 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Who the fvck neg hits you??

Mike Ellwood says, “Huge Database of Research from PHD for ready consumption via Web Address.”

*someone hits vote down wtf.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 18, 2020 3:33 AM
Reply to  WorldParole

Thanks for your support WP 🙂

For what it’s worth, I have consciously decided, some time ago actually, never to down-vote anyone. I either make a comment (positive or negative), or just move on.

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 18, 2020 3:42 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

http://theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavirus/AntibodyTestingForCOVID.pdf Bottom of page 3, going into 4: Antibody tests might be fatally flawed, but they can be used in highly destructive ways. If the number of people who are antibody positive remains below the level of ‘herd immunity’ (90% or so) it will be an excuse to promote or even mandate vaccination, after a vaccine is rushed onto the market. Antibody tests could also be used to indefinitely quarantine people who do not test positive, asserting that they are at danger of becoming infected, and then spreading it to others. They could be 4 used to separate families, arguing that the children must be put in foster homes because the parents are at risk of an infection at any time. Faulty tests have been used to indefinitely quarantine Chinese citiz ens. But now, do we have more civil rights in the UK, United States, Canada or other mod ern,… Read more »

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 18, 2020 3:45 AM
Reply to  WorldParole

Conclusions: General Criticisms of Tests Even where test validation data conforms to the expectation about the behavior of antibodies, there are criticisms that can be made: • Manufacturers are responsible for providing the data, and they know there is no point in submitting data with major red flags, meaning that they can spend time adjusting the samples they are using, and how they are analyzed to ensure that the submitted report makes the ir test looks good. • There is no way to validate the manufacturer validation data. • There is no consistent set of validation tests that need to be performed by all manufacturers. • Time series from the time of infection through at least the decline of IgM anti bodies are not provided in any case. • When informatio n is provided over time, it is not for the same people. • Timing of antibody results is from… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 6:20 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Thanks. I listened to a long interview of David Crowe by Greg Carlwood: https://www.thehighersidechats.com/david-crowe-coronavirus-the-risks-the-testing-the-treatments/ It was very interesting. I was disappointed though when Greg asked David about 5G and he completely wimped out. He admitted that he was biased and he deflected, in my opinion, by associating 5G specifically with 30Ghz, as I recall. In other words, I can accept bias; David works as a telecomm consultant. But dishonesty – the “Look! Over there!” ploy – speaks to David’s character. He would know that when most people talk about the problems of 5G they refer to the 60Ghz frequency, which some think may interfere with the human body’s ability to properly absorb oxygen. (My understanding is that 5G will use a range. I’m only saying that when most people talk about the problems of 5G, they use the 60Ghz figure. David would know that.) David should have said, ‘Yes, I… Read more »

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 18, 2020 6:33 PM
Reply to  Arby

I haven’t listened to that interview (I will try to do so), but David lays out his position on 5G here:

http://theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavirus/5G.php

The case he made seemed reasonable enough to me, although I can’t say that i know much about this area.

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 19, 2020 1:42 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Awesome info, this guy really gets it!

Now put this info on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, ABC, and CBS!

Arby
Arby
May 19, 2020 4:01 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Acknowledged.

Derek
Derek
May 18, 2020 8:19 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Thanks for the links Mike, very interesting set of papers/projected book. Much to get through and I have only just scratched the surface. I wonder just how much attention to such details government ministers are aware of given their many varied responsibilities. I know as a layman it takes me ages to get through scientific data, peer reviewed and otherwise, which opens up the probability that our goverment heads are skimming the surface and taking what their ‘advisors’ say as an ultimate ‘truth’. The greatest flaw in this is who is on whose payroll or favoured donation list – follow the money. Cui bono. And that inevitably leads one to an Agenda.

WorldParole
WorldParole
May 17, 2020 4:11 AM
Reply to  Arby

My apologies, after I re-read that second paragraph I wrote, I should have chosen a better rhetoric. Also, key word in your quote is “modified.”

Modified human gene? Through what means? When? Vietnam? Vaccination program?

Penelope
Penelope
May 17, 2020 8:23 AM
Reply to  Arby

G6PD is critical to the normal function of red blood cells. Thus, G6PD Deficiency can lead to a condition called hemolytic anemia (a form of anemia caused by the destruction of red blood cells) when an affected individual is exposed to certain foods, infections or medications (collectively known as ‘triggers’). These ‘triggers’ can cause unwelcome byproducts to accumulate in the body and damage red blood cells. Usually, the G6PD enzyme in the body PROTECTS the red blood cells from damage by these byproducts… but when an individual is G6PD deficient, that layer of protection is not there in sufficient quantity. Many people with G6PD Deficiency display no symptoms at all until AFTER the red blood cells have been damaged by one of the ‘triggers’: -certain foods (particularly broad beans/fava beans, which are not only harmful to EAT but may also act as a trigger when merely touched) -certain medications -bacterial… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 17, 2020 1:57 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Acknowledged.

Jeffrey M Collins
Jeffrey M Collins
Jul 23, 2020 7:20 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Penelope, just curious if you happen to be the wife of Stathis. I’m trying to locate him. We worked together in NYC 30 years ago. Appreciate his contact info. Much appreciated, Jeff C.

Rosa
Rosa
May 16, 2020 10:16 PM

Microthrombi – a known Covod19 complication, is noted by the doctors in Russia. No ethnic minorities there. In the UK everyone is “treated” with paracetamol, no HCQ is ever prescribed, yet notably there are still far more deaths amongst ethnic minorities. Interesting theory, but cannot be applied universally.

Philip Andrew
Philip Andrew
May 18, 2020 2:07 AM
Reply to  Rosa

Darker skinned peoples in higher latitudes (UK, NYC, Germany, Italy, etc) are notoriously vitamin D deficient leading to poor immune responses to viruses. Lighter skinned peoples at higher latitudes make vitamin D more easily in low sunlight conditions but even a large proportion of them are deficient. Australia is an interesting contrast with a large light skinned population, middle latitude and much lower proportion of vitamin D deficiency.

These deficiencies can cheaply and easily be removed through vitamin D3 supplements.
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3593258

Rosa
Rosa
May 18, 2020 9:00 AM
Reply to  Philip Andrew

Thank you, I’ve been reading about studies on vitamin D – promising indeed. Dosages are unclear, however.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 5:16 PM
Reply to  Rosa

Really high quality mineral and vitamin supplements from this source and a lot of scientific research also… https://maddiet.co/vegan-vitamin-d/

Liposomal Vitamin C is worth investigating also…. Almost equivelent to intravenous Vitamin C and you can make it at home easy enough.

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 12:55 AM

If I could ask Wolfgang one question it would be this: Have you used Koch’s postulates in order to first deterimine whether there ‘is’ a covid 19 virus?

Penelope
Penelope
May 16, 2020 5:05 AM
Reply to  Arby

Arby, yes I too wonder if there is a covid 19. But since they have found antibodies to it, does that establish its existence? I’m not sure really.

Koch’s postulates (originally for bacteria) states that one isolates a virus, then infects an animal with it as a means of establishing its existence & identity. I think an apologist for NOT following Koch’s postulates in working w viruses would say that viruses are attenuated by being isolated and thereafter can’t infect an animal. That is, that Koch’s postulates aren’t applicable to viruses.

I have no idea if this is a good argument and invite comment regarding it– and the whole question of demonstrating the existence of a specific virus having no unique symptoms.

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 1:26 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Koch’s postulates were meant to find and isolate viruses, as far as I know. There was no need to look so hard for bacteria. They believed there were viruses before they claimed to have discovered them. Why? They noticed bacteria whenever they looked at sick people, thinking that the bacteria, instead of being a result of sickness, caused it. Via extrapolation, then, when they couldn’t find bacteria (I think it was with polio victims) on sick people (which mens what exactly, I don’t know), they assumed that it was something even smaller. This was before the electron microscope came along. When the electron microscope came along, they saw all kinds of small things they never saw, including exosomes, which we exude and which perform a communications function within the body and possibly even between humans. They say that they can’t distinguish between exosomes and viruses. But they also don’t try… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 1:36 PM
Reply to  Arby

I’ve got lots to learn here. Re-exmamining the start of “The Rooster In The River Of Rats,” it looks to me like Koch’s postulates are, as Dr Kaufman says, meant to find micro-organisms period. That would be germs and any micro-organisms. And I’d still like Wolfgang Wodarg’s answer.

Penelope
Penelope
May 17, 2020 5:12 AM
Reply to  Arby

Arby, When you search Koch’s Postulates wikipedia presents it as for bacteria. Then I got the idea that Koch’s may not always work for viruses from this https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5182102/

I’m not saying it’s correct you understand, but I’d like to look at both sides. Thanks for the link. (Exosomes sound intriguing)

Wow, that’s quite a selection of material; I didn’t know it was possible to do that w/o ads. What is BitChute? You’re largely preaching to the choir on all the stuff you highlighted. I’m actually more interested in what we can DO to stop the lockdown/surveillance/vax juggernaut headed our way.

Re: the anti-vax video, you might want to look at this article that appeared in the Atlantic Monthly about how the polio vaccine was contaminated w simian viruses. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2000/02/the-virus-and-the-vaccine/377999/

Here are two anti-vax videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQsVTlMsQrI

I have a large file if you want it.

Penelope
Penelope
May 17, 2020 5:15 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Sorry moderator, I meant to copy only the text of the link, not the screen w arrow.
Don’t know why that happened.

Arby
Arby
May 17, 2020 1:56 PM
Reply to  Penelope

I’ve listened to Dr Tenpenny before. She and Dr Andrew Kaufman had a three-way discussion with filmaker Marcy Cravat which I found interesting. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_m0MtGsjdk ) I agree with most of what she says. However, both her and Dr Kaufman said a few things that I thought were too wacky. Dr Tenpenny said that we are spiritual beings having a physical existence and then proceeded to talk about our spiritual energy, which sounds suspiciously, to me, like she’s talking about something ‘not’ spiritual. (I agree that our souls are insubstantial although those who I studied the Christian Bible with wouldn’t agree with me about that.) Dr Kaufman talks about how if you talk nice to your body’s water, you’ll feel euphoric. This is too new agey for me. He refers to an experiment done with rice in water, where you have (I assume uncooked) rice in 3 jars of cold water… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 17, 2020 1:59 PM
Reply to  Penelope

I replied. It may show up later, so I’ll have to come back to this.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 17, 2020 10:32 PM
Reply to  Arby

Arby, please see this:

http://theinfectiousmyth.com/viruses.php

Also my two links in my reply, above, to Penelope.

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 6:37 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Indeed. I am now in the position of having to need that someone prove to me that viruses exist because I find LOTS of reasons to believe that they don’t. If only David Crowe was working for the enemy (pushing 5G). Without the benefit of that particular book, I’ve learned much about this just from reading tons for my blog posts about covid 19. The best explanations that I’ve heard (videos) are by Dr Andrew Kaufman. The material that he, and James Corbett, present on the Rockefeller designed health care system that dominates the planet really clinch for me. A couple of books I’m definitely going to buy are “World Without Cancer” by G. Edward Griffin and “Murder By Injection” by E.C. Mullins. Janine Roberts’s has a book that interests me as well. Right now, I’m in living in a waking nightmare (and am deteriorating badly as a result). I… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 6:38 AM
Reply to  Arby

I meant to say “If only David Crowe wasn’t working for the enemy.” I do that all the time.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 17, 2020 10:29 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Have they really found antibodies specific to Covid-19? http://theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavirus/FDATestSummary.pdf And while we are at it, picking holes in the PCR test: https://theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavirus/RT-PCR_Test_Issues.php I must admit, I’m hardly an antibody expert. But those antibody tests are looking for IgM and IgG antibodies. As far as I can determine, while there are four subtypes of IgG antibody, they don’t seem to be specific to any particular type of pathogen. So I am a little unclear how their presence or absence signifies anything much? Would anyone like to clear this up for me? I found the following extract of a book on the molecular biology of the cell, which gives a good, not too difficult overview of the immune system. I won’t use blockquotes, as the italics used make it less easy to read, and I won’t give a conventional link, because 3 or more links usually puts you into moderation: BEGINNING OF… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 8:12 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood
Mellinger
Mellinger
May 15, 2020 3:57 PM

According to Prof Dolores Cahill this is not correct: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9GbVZOcT18 Would be great to hear your views. Thanks for the amazing work BTW and I will certainly will support you.

Penelope
Penelope
May 15, 2020 1:08 AM

Dr. Wodarg, when I google hydroxychloroquine and G6PD I get many explicit denials that there is any problem with those with the trait taking the drug. I understand that the Pentagon thinks it’s a problem, but are there any studies that confirm this?

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 16, 2020 12:17 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I have no knowledge of the G6Pd aspect, but there are other potential problems with hydroxychloroquine:

https://infectiousmyth.podbean.com/e/the-infectious-myth-dangers-of-chloroquine-and-hydroxychloroquine-with-remington-nevin/

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 10:24 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Nevin is plainly on the BigPharma payroll or a fellow traveller. HCQ has been used by tens of millions with hundreds of millions of doses, and is VERY safe as far as medications go. The campaign to denigrate a drug widely used to treat malaria, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and other auto-immune disease has been ferocious and fanatical, and the reason is obvious. HCQ is safe, effective and cheap, unlike BigPharma shite like remdesivir and the future ‘vaccines’.

Norman Pilon
Norman Pilon
May 17, 2020 1:05 PM

HCQ may be very safe under most circumstances, and yet:

Caution in prescribing CQ/HCQ treatment in patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is generally observed due to the pro-hemolytic effect of these molecules [3, 4, 5]. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is the most common worldwide distributed hereditary red cells enzymatic defect, with a prevalence of 400 million affected subjects [8,9]. Although G6PD deficiency is a benign haematologic disorder, acute haemolytic crisis triggered by exposition to oxidative agents such as fava beans, drugs or infections might be its most common life-threatening clinical presentation.

Source: Acute hemolysis by hydroxycloroquine was observed in G6PD-deficient patient with severe COVD-19 related lung injury

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:17 PM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

The ‘study’ simply asserts that the haemolysis was caused by the HCQ. It did not state what the patient’s progress was after the withdrawal of HCQ and blood transfusion. And virus is known to cause haemolysis. And they had not established whether the patient had to more dangerous ‘Mediterranean’ variant of G6PD deficiency. Colour me unimpressed.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 17, 2020 10:45 PM

You obviously didn’t listen to the podcast. And as I said in another reply to you: Who makes HCQ? Well, quite a few “Big Pharma” players, for a start, even if it is out of patent. You probably didn’t even read the part of the podcast description which reads as follows: The latter is often used for rheumatoid arthritis, and doctors there say that it is remarkably free of side effects. They forget, however, that a lot of patients stop taking it quite quickly after starting, probably because they are the sub-group that is vulnerable to side effects. Given that high doses are being used for COVID-19, and on elderly, infirm people, one can expect significant problems with side effects. I wonder why you are so obsessed with HCQ. I won’t be so crass as to assume you are on the “Small Pharma” payroll, or a fellow traveller. I think… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:21 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

To appear not to comprehend that there is a difference to BigPharma profits between a medication available at a few dollars, max, per dose, and one that costs THOUSANDS, renders your contribution void, in my opinion at least. The piece about rheumatoid arthritis is pure conjecture ‘probably’ as an assertion impressing only fools. I’m obsessed with the fanatic efforts by BigPharma, its stooges and ‘useful idiots’ apparently driven by Trump derangement Syndrome to stop a cheap and effective treatment being used, to lessen human suffering and cost. That certainly obsesses me.

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 8:30 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Didier Raoult’s own website notes that there are serious side effects to hydrochloraquine. I take Jon Rappoport’s point that chemicals are bad. We have been brainwashed into thinking that manmade chemicals are natural. They are not natural nor are they safe (even if some are not terribly dangerous) and that’s doubly true when you consider the kind of people making and pushing chemicals. They are capitalists. Capitalists are gangster and scammers, offspring of the Rockefeller designed – chemicals (made from oil) are profitable – world.

Monica
Monica
May 14, 2020 8:09 PM

Bless you all! It warms my heart to read all your comments!

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 14, 2020 4:16 PM

I sent this as an email to Dr. Wodarg yesterday. Hoping for a reply: I have been following your arguments on the Covid-19 phenomenon with interest. In your recent article, ‘Covid19: A case for medical detectives’, that I’ve just read on OffGuardian, you write, “… How can a test that turns out positive for the many different SARS viruses of bats, dogs, tigers, lions, domestic cats and humans, which have been changing and spreading worldwide for many years, be called specific for the detection of an allegedly only four-month-old SARS-CoV-2? Apparently it is a sensitive test that produces too many positive results. Therefore it can also detect many – in the meantime naturally recombined – SARS-like pathogens. This does not deny that the viruses from Wuhan were also among those. However, the test seemingly also measures earlier SARS variants that are constantly altering, can change hosts quickly and are not… Read more »

Penelope
Penelope
May 15, 2020 1:16 AM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Keith Fisher, you say ” In total, this testing yielded no false positive outcomes.” How do you know that? Is not the test your only confirmation that the virus is present? What is your confirmation that the test-positives are accurate? There are no distinguishing symptoms and there are no electron microscope photos. Is there any proof whatever that the virus is a distinct entity?

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 15, 2020 9:21 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Penelope, you’re quoting there from the research paper that I’ve quoted from. They’re not my words: “… Cross-reactivity with other coronaviruses Cell culture supernatants containing all endemic human coronaviruses (HCoV)229E, NL63, OC43 and HKU1 as well as MERS-CoV were tested in duplicate in all three assays (Table 2). For the non-cultivable HCoV-HKU1, supernatant from human airway culture was used. Viral RNA concentration in all samples was determined by specific real-time RT-PCRs and in vitro-transcribed RNA standards designed for absolute quantification of viral load. Additional undiluted (but not quantified) cell culture supernatants were tested as summarised in Table 2. These were additionally mixed into negative human sputum samples. None of the tested viruses or virus preparations showed reactivity with any assay. Exclusivity of 2019 novel coronavirus based on clinical samples pre-tested positive for other respiratory viruses Using the E and RdRp gene assays, we tested a total of 297 clinical samples… Read more »

Penelope
Penelope
May 16, 2020 11:32 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Oh, sorry Keith.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 8:48 AM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Keith, I have some questions for you. If COVID-19 really exists why is it that: — every single person they show us who is allegedly suffering from it doesn’t show convincing symptoms and/or says very strange things inconsistent with reality. — we are presented with “miracle survivor” stories that also are not consistent with reality and could be dangerously misleading — such a scanty picture is painted of a woman who her husband told us went into ICU with a cough and 10 days later was dead. Links to people below are in Point 5 in blog post https://occamsrazorterrorevents.weebly.com/blog/coronavirus-hoax-jan-2020 — 40-year-old Ulster pastor not showing signs of symptoms — 41-year-old Italian not showing signs of symptoms — 39-year-old London patient in ICU. If she’s ill enough to be in ICU it seems very odd that she’d be well enough for an interview not to mention the fact that surely interviewing… Read more »

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 15, 2020 9:30 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Hi Petra. I’m asking if there’s proper scientific evidence – or at least reliable anecdotal medical reports – that the kinds of things you say are true.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 12:39 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

I know Keith that that’s what you’re asking for, however, I believe that they can tie us up with all kinds of stuff – whether or not the virus has been isolated, whether or not the tests work, the endless statistics and so on but that is not the only approach. With psyops you can sweep away all the mountains of information designed to distract you and occupy your mind and look for evidence in more simple ways, eg, what real life evidence are we given of any virus illness beyond the norm? Because that is the crux of the matter, no? Is there a virus illness beyond the ordinary, not whether or not there is a virus but is there a virus illness beyond the ordinary? It is not enough to isolate the virus, what must be shown is that it causes the sickness and death that it is… Read more »

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 15, 2020 3:07 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Yes, I think I understand what you’re saying Petra. My concern is that if I’m questioning a mainstream narrative about something, I genuinely want to find good, specific evidence for competing claims. Can some kind of ‘reality’ be seen, through all the smoke and fog of the news media’s spectacle of infotainment?…

John
John
May 15, 2020 9:05 AM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

It is well known that the PCR tests are useless.
Here is a good reference for how the tests are non specific – http://theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavirus/FDATestSummary.pdf

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 15, 2020 9:27 AM
Reply to  John

Hi John. I’m asking if there’s proper scientific evidence – or at least very reliable anecdotal medical reports – that the SARS-CoV-2 PCR tests are non-specific.

Calvin
Calvin
May 15, 2020 12:27 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

That website from page 6 onwards lists the limitations taken directly from the test labels. I think that is quite reliable scientific evidence when the manufacturer of the test is explicitly saying it’s limitations on the test label including being “non-specific.” Do they really need to do anecdotal medical reports when the manufacturers admit to it in plain sight?

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 15, 2020 2:50 PM
Reply to  Calvin

Thanks Calvin, Almost all of the reasons for false positives are practical ones due to difficulties implementing the test, from taking the specimen to analysis. These are important, of course, but I was looking for substantiation of Dr. Wodarg’s claim that even if the test is performed perfectly, in an ideal way, it is still nevertheless non-specific to SARS-CoV-2. In the table at the end, ‘Summary of Common Limitations’, it includes “Coronavirus: The test may be positive due to the presence of other coronaviruses.” Only a small number of statements in the ‘Summary Table’ seem to suggest this kind of non-specificity of the test even in ideal circumstances, and they don’t seem to be clearly explicit about this. So: Are the phrases “cross-contamination by target organisms” and “non-specific signals in the assay” euphemistic – or just scientific – ways of saying that the tests aren’t chemically specific for SARS-CoV-2? These… Read more »

Penelope
Penelope
May 17, 2020 12:05 AM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Well,Keith, CDC says “Negative results do not preclude 2019-nCoV infection and should not be used as the sole basis for treatment or other patient management decisions. Negative results must be combined with clinical observations, patient history, and epidemiological information.” Clinical observation can’t reveal any symptom specific to the virus. Consideration of epidemiological information merely asks us to consider the test of an earlier near by individual to be more reliable. And patient history is what is being specifically ignored whenever a positive test is present, in order to ascribe the death to covid rather than underlying disease. But you are seeking proof that the test DOES NOT possess specificity. Isn’t that akin to proving a negative? I can cite no evidence that there is no mouse in the pantry. I can only point out the evidence of his droppings & gnaw-marks if his IS in the pantry. If one alleges… Read more »

Norman Pilon
Norman Pilon
May 16, 2020 12:08 AM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg posts several links on his website to studies by Drosten et al. that ‘prove’ that their test targets viruses known to have been established in the human virome well before the so-called emergence of sars-cov-2. One link references a study from as early as November 2010, titled: Genomic Characterization of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-Related Coronavirus in European Bats and Classification of Coronaviruses Based on Partial RNA-dependent RNA Polymerase Gene Sequences But especially interesting is a study referenced from January 2014, titled: Ecology, Evolution and Classification of Bat Coronaviruses in the Aftermath of SARS From the abstract of that study, you can quote the following: We then present evidence for a zoonotic origin of four of the six known human CoVs (HCoV), three of which likely involved bats, namely SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and HCoV-229E; compare the available data on CoV pathogenesis in bats to that in other mammalian hosts;… Read more »

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 16, 2020 11:04 AM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

– I’m aware that human coronaviruses have been known about since they were first described by Dr.s June Almeida and David Tyrrell in the mid-1960s. “One sample in particular, which became known as B814, was from the nasal washings of a pupil at a boarding school in Surrey in 1960.” (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-52278716). For a more academic reference, see Kenneth McIntosh, ‘Commentary: McIntosh K, Chao RK, Krause HE, Wasil R, Mocega HE, Mufson MA. Coronavirus Infection in Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Disease of Infants. J Infect Dis 1974; 130:502–7’, Journal of Infectious Diseases 2004; 190:1033-41 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15295713). – More importantly here, the references that you cite are all from before the 23 January 2020 paper by Dr. Drosten and his colleagues, ‘Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR’, so – clearly – those references can’t say anything about the claims they make in it about the specificity of their test for… Read more »

Norman Pilon
Norman Pilon
May 17, 2020 12:57 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

” clearly – those references can’t say anything about the claims they make in it about the specificity of their test for SARS-CoV-2.a”

What exactly is the quote from the ‘Detection study’ saying: it is saying that because the testing reacted positively to ‘phylogenetic outliers within the SARS-related CoV clade ,’ it should also react positively to the hypothetical SARS-CoV-2 virus, since both the outliers and the hypothetical virus at hand belong to the same clade. Consequently, anything belonging to the clade at hand would presumably have the potential to trigger a positive reading, no?

And the 2014 study makes the case that the clade at hand is already a part of the human virome.

So much for the specificity of the Drosten PCR test . . .

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 17, 2020 3:01 PM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

Indeed, I was relying on what Dr. Drosten’s team said about their test’s specificity, which they summarise in ‘Results’ (at the beginning, on p.1) by stating that their test “reliably detects 2019-nCoV, and further discriminates 2019-nCoV from SARS-CoV. Through coordination between academic and public laboratories, we confirmed assay exclusivity based on 297 original clinical specimens containing a full spectrum of human respiratory viruses.” But yes, I did wonder about that section of the paper that you quote from, ‘Detection range for SARS-related coronaviruses from bats’, where they write, “Detection of these phylogenetic outliers within the SARS-related CoV clade suggests that all Asian viruses are likely to be detected. This would, theoretically, ensure broad sensitivity even in case of multiple independent acquisitions of variant viruses from an animal reservoir.” (p.4) I assumed this statement meant that their test would not register a lot of false negatives by failing to give a… Read more »

Norman Pilon
Norman Pilon
May 17, 2020 3:51 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

Drosten et al. designed a PCR test presumed to specifically target the also presumed unique RNA signature of the hypothetical (because as yet to be isolated) SARS-CoV-2 virus, but in the absence of any actual RNA samples of the actual SARS-CoV-2 virus: In the present case of 2019-nCoV, virus isolates or samples from infected patients have so far not become available to the international public health community. We report here on the establishment and validation of a diagnostic workflow for 2019-nCoV screening and specific confirmation, designed in absence of available virus isolates or original patient specimens. Design and validation were enabled by the close genetic relatedness to the 2003 SARS-CoV, and aided by the use of synthetic nucleic acid technology. (The emphasis is mine) Source: Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR The test which is supposed to be specific to SARS-CoV-2 has been validated by ‘positive’ readings… Read more »

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 17, 2020 8:26 PM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

Thanks, Norman. I’m not a biochemist, so I’ve been finding this quite difficult to understand. But am I right in thinking, then, that the Drosten team’s Results summary is highly misleading?:

“[The test] reliably detects 2019-nCoV, and further discriminates 2019-nCoV from SARS-CoV. … [W]e confirmed assay exclusivity based on 297 original clinical specimens containing a full spectrum of human respiratory viruses.”

To me, as a layperson, this statement gives the impression that they had demonstrated that their test reliably and specifically detects SARS-CoV-2. But from your analysis of their paper, this statement doesn’t appear justified.
So maybe, as you say, Dr. Wodarg is right. But it would have been better if he’d made this argument himself, with reference to the Drosten team’s paper. As Dr. Wodarg’s argument in this article stands, it leaves an open goal to anyone who wants to say it’s the unsubstantiated claim of a ‘conspiracy theorist’.

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 18, 2020 4:53 PM
Reply to  Keith Fisher

An email I’ve just sent to Dr. Drosten: — — — I have read your team’s paper on the development of the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 / 2019-nCoV: Victor M Corman, Olfert Landt, Marco Kaiser, Richard Molenkamp, Adam Meijer, Daniel KW Chu, Tobias Bleicker, Sebastian Brünink, Julia Schneider, Marie Luisa Schmidt, Daphne GJC Mulders, Bart L Haagmans, Bas van der Veer, Sharon van den Brink, Lisa Wijsman, Gabriel Goderski, Jean-Louis Romette, ‘Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR’, Eurosurveillance, 25(3), 2020. A recent study appears to suggest that the specificity of SARS-CoV-2 tests hasn’t been verified: “[T]he specificity of each assay was not evaluated in the present study and should be determined.” (Sibyle Etievant, Antonin Bal, Vanessa Escuret, Karen Brengel–Pesce, Maude Bouscambert, Valérie Cheynet, Laurence Generenaz, Guy Oriol, Gregory Destras, Geneviève Billaud, Laurence Josset, Emilie Frobert, Florence Morfin, Alexandre Gaymard, ‘Sensitivity assessment of SARS-CoV-2 PCR assays developed by… Read more »

Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher
May 22, 2020 4:57 PM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

A senior scientist at a U.S. research institute, who has investigated the reliability of the SARS-Cov-2 PCR tests, has told me that, apart from practical, clinical issues with test implementation, they do in themselves appear to be specific to this particular virus:
“As far as I am aware there is no evidence of cross-reactivity problems with the Charité test, and the cross-reactivity assessment by Christian Drosten and his team appears to have been thoroughly and competently conducted. There are some instances of positive results for negative samples in cross-reactivity or sensitivity analyses involving this assay (e.g., the weak positives mentioned in the Corman paper, and positives reported in some online preprints), but they all appear to be of the “clinical” not the “analytical” sort, that is, probably due to contamination incidents in the labs conducting the assessments, and not any indication of a problem with the protocol.”

Y. Renner
Y. Renner
May 17, 2020 2:20 PM
Reply to  Norman Pilon

Bbrother you nailed it.

Aldous Hexley
Aldous Hexley
May 14, 2020 2:09 AM

The basic problem is the persistent over-simplification of all matters. The basic broad approach of the program is this: the virus = the deepest blackest poison you’ve ever come across in your life therefore cower down and in place while we tell you what to do. This simplification is more easily grasped, versus a citizen’s need to be a bit of a medical detective, inspired by Dr. Wodarg. Now, this continued Official Narrative mind-set has been subject to repeated questioning from the finest minds and experts in the field, and this has caused some adjustments to the program. My inference here is this: clinging to oversimplified and generalized smoke-blowing approaches indicates we have either a) what I call honorable stupidity; or b) willful ignorance. Trump for example may be honorably stupid. That is, hey, everybody makes mistakes! Clinging on to them, however, in the face of actual evidence that challenges… Read more »

Jerry Alatalo
Jerry Alatalo
May 13, 2020 11:11 PM

Taking into consideration Dr. Wolfgang Bodarg’s assertion/warning of deadly harmful effects of hydroxychloroquine to dark skinned and southern nations COVID-19 patients, is it possible the early-on recommendation(s) of hydroxychloroquine by one President Donald Trump had an extremely unpleasant, covert, and solely nefarious intent?

Perhaps some brave man or woman journalist will ask Mr. Trump for clarification and/or correction.

Inquiring minds demand to know.

Penelope
Penelope
May 17, 2020 5:53 AM
Reply to  Jerry Alatalo

Jerry, it’s not all dark-skinned or southern people. It is only those individuals who are carrying the G6PD deficiency. Even though it confers a benefit in the presence of malaria, the deficiency is widespread– occurring in large parts of Asia, in the American Indian, in those descended from West Africa, Sardinia & Sicily.

I’ve been looking for some confirmation that the presence of the G6PD deficiency causes intolerance/severe sequelae from either chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine but have found only explicit denial that this is the case. Still, in NYC Blacks are 25% of the population, but more than half the fatalities. I would really like to know of any documentation linking G6PD deficiency and chloro/hydroxychloro

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 10:27 AM
Reply to  Penelope

Exactly. Chloroquine is a known risk to G6PD deficiency sufferers, but HCQ is NOT.

Cheezilla
Cheezilla
May 13, 2020 9:38 PM

Chloroquine and HCQ are not approved for use by the NHS, so unlikely to explain the high BAME mortality rate in UK – although most of the victims’ frontline jobs, susceptibility to poverty, crap housing, poor diet and diabetes probably does.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:04 PM
Reply to  Cheezilla

Chloroquine causes the haemolysis in G6PD patients, but HCQ does not.

JudyJ
JudyJ
May 13, 2020 11:38 PM
Reply to  Cheezilla

And the possibility they were unnecessarily placed on highly dangerous invasive ventilators, possibly being managed by insufficiently trained staff.

JudyJ
JudyJ
May 14, 2020 12:16 AM
Reply to  Cheezilla

Cheezilla

Apologies – on quick reflection I recognise that my reply at 11.38,whilst valid, doesn’t actually address your point. It’s late, I’m tired, I can’t think straight trying to read all comments and watching video links… Tomorrow’s another day! 😀

Cheezilla
Cheezilla
May 14, 2020 9:57 AM
Reply to  JudyJ

No problem Judy! I hope you slept well.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 13, 2020 8:41 PM

I won’t say much, other than thank you for your investigation and for helping to clarify really important dynamics of the situation, so we can all find our way with a clearer perspective.

This discussion is one of the clearest and most insightful i’ve encountered and it will only serve to complement what you have shared in your article… Please take the time to settle down and go on this journey with this highly qualified medical scientist and master healer, Zach Bush.

His research into the catastrophic effects of Glyphosophate, in which he discusses more fully in other videos, is worthy of an award in service to humanity and the planet…

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:06 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

Glyphosate is perhaps the coup de grace for Life on Earth. The sadly defunct Institute for Science in Society showed it for years, but who the eff cares, so long as the profits roll in?

Steve Hayes
Steve Hayes
May 14, 2020 1:19 PM

The European Union pushes glyphosate.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 1:12 AM

The cousin of Agent Orange… Enough said, and millions of gallons poured into the environment every year for decades and it stays there for 50 years or so… Devastating, and so obviously connected with every major degenerative disease which is plaguing humanity right now, along with other pollutants deemed safe through scientists following ‘scientific protocols.’

Gwyn
Gwyn
May 14, 2020 2:37 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

Thanks very much for posting that truly excellent video.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 12:49 AM
Reply to  Gwyn

Such an expansive and insightful perspective, which rings true for me on an intuitive gut level.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
May 14, 2020 4:15 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

An inspiring and informative interview. Thanks for posting.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 12:57 AM
Reply to  Tim Drayton

Pretty special eh… Plenty more in his back catalogue to check in with around a variety of subjects.. His insight into the damage caused by EMF radiation is also worth discovering.

Derek
Derek
May 14, 2020 5:44 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

That is the most informative and stunning video I have watched on this subject of viruses, the human body, nature and th eplanet in general. If you are short on time, just watch the last ten or fifteen minutes – emotionally awesome.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 12:55 AM
Reply to  Derek

Yes, it was an education for me and i wish there had been a science teacher like him at school… i may have been inspired to learn more…. i remember watching a programme on TV years ago, which was a more mainstream science account of how our immune systems and DNA have evolved through the millenia through the interaction with viruses… This interview has deepened that knowing and i have a new, friendly inner dialogue with the viruses, bacteria etc which compose the body i inhabit now… The exosome dynamics along with what some quantum biologists are also touching upon makes a great deal of sense also..

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 1:43 PM
Reply to  Captain Spock

I heard him on The Highwire too. I like his thinking. Along with Dr Andrew Kaufman and Jon Rappoport (who is not a doctor, but talks to lots of them), I think Zach is more right than wrong. I’m not sure about the existence of viruses however. They really look to me like a clever cover for polluting industries cranking out deadly manmade chemicals and wanting to hide the fact that they are causing people to get sick. What better solution to come up with to that problem than a solution that is also profitable? I don’t agree with Zach, however, about biological evolution. I wonder whether he’s familiar with Michael Denton’s work? And I don’t agree with either Zach or Del Bigtree about Christianity. (And Del’s American exceptionalism really loses me.) Zach’s spirituality may satisfy him and impress others, but, in my view, insofar as he has shared it… Read more »

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 18, 2020 1:08 AM
Reply to  Arby

Nobody has all the answers to the mystery of creation and from what i’ve gathered from Zach so far, then he’s humble enough to acknowledge that, and that’s good enough for me, amidst his vast scientific wisdom and spiritual vision, and knowing of the interconnected nature of all things… A fraction of such scientific knowledge inflates the ego of many scientists who work within the institutes of scientific materialism… You’d obviously have to ask him if he’s familar with Michael Denton and ask him a few questions around your world view to see where you can meet.. For me, he’s tuned in to the spirit of Nikola Tesla and also the great Viktor Schauberger who were greatly misunderstood and maligned by people who weren’t open to the subtle energies of the universe… If the insights of both these scientists had been followed then we would inhabit a much different world… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 18, 2020 7:19 AM
Reply to  Captain Spock

Acknowledged. Good suggestions.

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
May 19, 2020 12:21 AM
Reply to  Arby

Thanks for the nod towards Michael Denton.

Arby
Arby
May 19, 2020 4:02 AM
Reply to  Captain Spock

You’re welcome.

Kathleen Lowrey
Kathleen Lowrey
May 13, 2020 6:15 PM

This is not directly on topic, but has anyone read anything about the Canada-based non-profit “Journalists for Human Rights”? There was a puff piece in my local paper today about how they are “training journalists to fight coronovirus conspiracy theories” in… Mali.

Interesting. Mali, where the UN is stepping up “peacekeeping”. JHR apparently also has efforts to “train journalists” in Syria. I did a bit of googling but everything I read was anodyne (though even Wikipedia describes the language in the JHR entry as reading “like an advertisement”). Does anyone have any better information they could share links to in a comment? Thanks.

Objective
Objective
May 13, 2020 7:51 PM

“Journalists for Human Rights”

Says all you need to know, intelligence agency.

Wikipedia

LOL please don’t go to Wikipedia for impartial facts.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:07 PM
Reply to  Objective

Exactly! The name screams disinformation.

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 1:45 PM

When you say Googling, do you mean with Google? I honestly don’t know what to recommend in the way of search engines, but I do know that I would not be using Google. It’s deliberately and profoundly stupid.

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
May 13, 2020 5:31 PM

I have massive respect for Peter Koenig, and I agree with over 95% of this, just don’t click on his couple of links. I did physics and maths at University. I can accept that weather modification is possible, but only very locally – about as far as the next cloud, if you are gliding. Not even all the energy that the US Military have, can change the weather, except very locally, and even then they would probably fck it up, and their own bioweapons would rain on them. Otherwise, I am in complete agreement with Peter Koenig, even if he did use to work for The World Bank. It is perfectly O.K. to resign, even from the CIA, and take the risks of telling the truth, as best as you know it, knowing you could be arrested, incarcerated, impoverished or even assassinated, if your views are sufficiently well publicised, now… Read more »

Arby
Arby
May 16, 2020 1:48 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Interesting. Peter is a great, not perfect, source of information. I use his stuff all the time, and disagree with stuff when I feel that it’s off.

Penelope
Penelope
May 19, 2020 4:10 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Tony, surely everyone must know by now that more will die by the lockdown than by “the virus”. As I read the impressive display of analysis and brainpower in the present thread I wondered if we ought not instead be bending our efforts to finding a way to stop the lockdown.

Those who are visiting the destruction of the world economy upon us are few in number; we are many, but disorganized. I know we need a simple platform that many people can get behind, but what do we do about all the positions of authority being taken by those who “go along” with the present deviltry?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 13, 2020 4:40 PM

The technocrats have put their incompetence on full display. Piss up and brewery come to mind. Unfortunately, the con men do not have to be bright. Only faster than their Muppet victims, who also have put their Muppetry on full display.
The con men have one more advantage: they work together, like pickpockets in a Paris street. The great billionaires and bankers have shown us their ethic and their MO. They are dumb scum but they work together and right now they’ve got it sealed pretty tight.

wardropper
wardropper
May 13, 2020 5:19 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

This is the one area in which even half-honest media could really have helped reveal this corporate-political wickedness to the world’s population. By not doing so, they have become public enemy No. 1 in my book. The Guardian and the BBC have become filthy rags within the space of just a couple of decades.

Objective
Objective
May 13, 2020 7:55 PM
Reply to  wardropper

The guard & beeb are complicit criminals.

Hank
Hank
May 13, 2020 4:24 PM

It’s always about money and control. Populism or right wing conservatism was on the rise all around the world. The EU was under threat from it as was the UK, USA, some Asian countries, India, South America and Australia. The left was losing and they knew it. They needed a reset. United Nations were crying out for money 8 months ago and were going broke just like the EU. Trump was squeezing China and Iran with tariffs and also the EU plus getting them to pay more for Nato. It’s all about stopping Trump and Populism or right wing conservatives. MSM won’t report on that rise much for fear of populism gaining confidence around the globe which would destroy their narrative of labels like fascists and Nazis. A heath pandemic just gives them more money via Government grants and bailouts for their failed policies. The United Nations and big pharma… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:33 PM
Reply to  Hank

You’d say ‘What an advertisement for the Right!’, but this is pretty typical of the type.

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
May 13, 2020 3:53 PM

The release from the lockdown in the UK, is far more extensive than I realised. I have no doubt, that this news will seriously annoy a lot of people, for various different reasons, but my son is delighted, and so am I. We weren’t expecting this for months if at all this year, which would have been finacially crippling and health debilitating. I pity the poor musicians, who they refuse point blank to let out and work.

https://www.ibinews.com/marinas/uk-marina-group-to-reopen-marinas-in-england-on-wednesday/36299.article

Tony

John Pretty
John Pretty
May 13, 2020 6:21 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

“I have no doubt, that this news will seriously annoy a lot of people”

Well, it greatly pleases me – though I don’t have a boat.

There’s no need to qualify your satisfaction at this development Tony!

T Brites
T Brites
May 13, 2020 3:09 PM

A short visual aid about RT-qPCR tests!

T BRITES
T BRITES
May 13, 2020 3:12 PM
Reply to  T Brites

That link is wrong!

2nd try

The link

mcdonagh4
mcdonagh4
May 13, 2020 2:39 PM

Great article , but the panic spun up by propagandists and profiteers has worked beyond their wildest expectations and there is no end to these draconian measures in sight and won’t be until some real resistance arises , perhaps when starvation as a result of the disrupted food chain kicks in.

Penelope
Penelope
May 19, 2020 4:21 AM
Reply to  mcdonagh4

mcdonagh4, in the US 3 companies control 2/3 of all meat-production. (slaughtering) They keep talking about workers sick w the virus & about meat inspectors who have it. I’m afraid this is a prelude to their shut-down. You see, Gates has come out with “plant-based meat”.
Price of meat is already increasing, and lots of feeder farms are already in trouble.

We should never have permitted such centralization in agriculture generally, of course. All hail to Cargill, etc.

Steve Hayes
Steve Hayes
May 13, 2020 2:29 PM

The UK government’s Guidance states:

The evidence suggests that face coverings can help us protect each other and reduce the spread of the disease if you are suffering from coronavirus, but not showing symptoms.

If people choose to wear them, we are asking people to make their own face coverings at home, using scarves or other textile items.

I really do wonder about the quality of the expert, scientific advice the government is using. I am wondering if they even know the size of the coronavirus. And I would certainly have liked to have seen the “evidence” that they claim this guidance is based upon. In fact, I would have thought that the responsible thing for the government to do was publish all the scientific research that is allegedly determining policy.

John Pretty
John Pretty
May 13, 2020 6:22 PM
Reply to  Steve Hayes

“I really do wonder about the quality of the expert, scientific advice the government is using”

I’ve been wondering that for many many months, Steve!

Lucas
Lucas
May 13, 2020 2:13 PM

A family cultivates the old fortune-telling business as “futurology” to make a living. Instead of crystal balls, pendulums, the laying on of hands and reading coffee grounds, complex theories are created http://horx.com. That seems much more serious.

Lucas
Lucas
May 13, 2020 2:56 PM
Reply to  Lucas

Of course an extraordinary family also has to have an extraordinary name. You can’t just be called Meyer, Müller or Schulze! No, it has to “horx” in a nutshell, that’s how it is memorable for every normal mortal. They also want to surf on the Corona wave.

mikael
mikael
May 13, 2020 2:08 PM

Lord have mercy. Listen carefully, this article isnt bad, and infact fits into some of the erlier reports I read some weeks ago about the damanges done to lungs, witch was the case regarding at least in my humble opinion the reason for me to attack electromagnetic polution per.see and then the reports about issues that was surpricingly similare to whats called high altitute sickness and that one kicks in to anyone, and dont comply to some peoples narratives about what kind of people that got this pneumatic problems since thiis issue can affect even highly trained people it dont matter but never the less the effect is equal to what is been described in this article above, ox deprivation and what that causes of problems. And despite HQO and Zink is good for us, it may be bad for others and I somehow finds that to be credible, as… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:11 PM
Reply to  mikael

Every medication can be bad for you. In fact HCQ, unlike chloroquine, is not a risk to G6PD sufferers. The campaign against HCQ by BigPharma and its stooges, with its lies and disinformation, is because it is cheap and effective, unlike BigPharma’s preferences.

Despair Squid
Despair Squid
May 14, 2020 9:40 AM
Penelope
Penelope
May 19, 2020 4:31 AM

Richard, it was the professor, author of the article that we are commenting on who said that HCQ was a danger to those having the G6PD trait. In searching the web, I found numerous denials that either HCQ or CQ were counter-indicated for G6PD.

You keep repeating that HCQ is OK for G6PD, but CQ isn’t, but even though you’re directly contradicting this article you’ve not supplied a reference. Please do.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 13, 2020 1:21 PM

I’ve posted this before, but it’s worth a re-run: https://infectiousmyth.podbean.com/e/the-infectious-myth-dangers-of-chloroquine-and-hydroxychloroquine-with-remington-nevin/ The Infectious Myth – Dangers of Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine with Remington Nevin Remington Nevin is an MD and expert on the quinoline family of drugs, best known for their use against malaria. He has been interviewed here before, on the subject of mefloquine, which is believed to have caused severe neurologic damage, especially in soldiers who were forced to take it even after experiencing adverse effects. Similar effects are also found with chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine. The latter is often used for rheumatoid arthritis, and doctors there say that it is remarkably free of side effects. They forget, however, that a lot of patients stop taking it quite quickly after starting, probably because they are the sub-group that is vulnerable to side effects. Given that high doses are being used for COVID-19, and on elderly, infirm people, one can expect significant… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:15 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

So how much does BigPharma pay you-or are you just a useful idiot? HCQ has been used by tens of millions for decades with very few side-effects, and ALL drugs have side-effects-particularly if you are forced to keep taking it despite being intolerant to it. Vitamin C by all means, Vitamin D, too, or Quercetin and Zinc that does the same ionophoric transfer across cell membranes the HCQ achieves.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 14, 2020 2:48 AM

So how much does BigPharma pay you Richard, you flatter me. I’m retired and my pension is my only income. I am utterly opposed to “Big Pharma” and all its ways. I’m certainly not paid by them. or are you just a useful idiot? I may be an idiot, but I only hope to be useful by sincerely recommending to everyone that they build up their health and their immune system by a combination of many things, like excellent nutrition, avoidance of junk food, avoidance of excess alcohol and recreational drugs, avoidance of excessive stress, and where possible, avoidance of environmental pollution (not always exactly under the individual’s control, obviously), and taking moderate exercise. And getting sunlight where possible. In addition (because our foodstuffs are imperfect, no matter how hard we try), most people will need to supplement vitamin C, vitamin D, and minerals like zinc (we agree on that),… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:38 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Mike, forgive my spleen. I agree entirely with vitamin supplementation, eating healthy organic food and avoiding medications wherever possible, particularly vaccines. But HCQ is useful in this emergency, and is off-patent and made by generic drug producers like those in India, who donated 25 million doses to Greece in recognition of years of support for the Indian industry. That, in my opinion, is NOT BigPharma, the blood-sucking scum who are perhaps the worst of all capitalist vermin.

Richard
Richard
May 14, 2020 1:47 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Mefloquine is not hydroxychloroquine .. and there is significant difference between taking hydroxychloroquine for only 4 or 5 days and the long-term use for rheumatoid arthritis or malaria.

My view, hydroxychloroquine (with G6PD deficiency and Long QT syndrome screened-out) has merit in assisting the majority population towards herd immunity while the sick and old remain in lock.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 14, 2020 2:22 AM
Reply to  Richard

Mefloquine is not hydroxychloroquine .. and there is significant difference between taking hydroxychloroquine for only 4 or 5 days and the long-term use for rheumatoid arthritis or malaria.

I don’t know if you listened to the interview, but the reference to Mefloquine was to a previous interview with the same interviewee. The interview I linked to is only (or primarily) about hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine.

I take your point about the short-term vs long-term use, but I thinkRemington-Nevin’s point is that (for a small number of people only, perhaps) even short-term use could be quite dangerous.

My view would be: why take the risk, when there are low-cost alternatives with much less risk (i.e. vitamins and minerals)?

Richard
Richard
May 14, 2020 2:48 AM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

No didn’t listen to the interview, really no need, have heard the same same a hundred times.

Remove the risk groups and carry on.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:41 PM
Reply to  Richard

EXACTLY!!As if BigPharma gives a stuff over ANYTHING but profits.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:40 PM
Reply to  Richard

The WHO did a meta-analysis of HCQ, published in 2017, and cardiac complications and found no examples of sudden cardiac death (the complication allegedly risked)in patients despite hundreds of millions of doses taken over decade. NONE.

clickkid
clickkid
May 13, 2020 12:51 PM

Look at this graph lockdown countries and weep.

Sweden – deaths per day:
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Ted
Ted
May 13, 2020 2:38 PM
Reply to  clickkid

Hey, that’s one nice and relatively flat epicurve. New York City has a nice epicurve too, with hard lockdown … not so flat. Note the peak death day is almost the same in both places (almost all US states seem to peak in terms of deaths on April 8 or so). Nice of this virus to coordinate so well between so many locations, but that’s down to good, coordinated PR and its panic.

NYC: epicurves here

https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/covid/covid-19-data.page

Waldorf
Waldorf
May 13, 2020 5:04 PM
Reply to  Ted

April 4 was the peak date for deaths in Greece with 9.

Penelope
Penelope
May 19, 2020 4:54 AM
Reply to  Ted

Here’s a really great bar graph that compares the lockdown w no-lockdown countries. And it’s per million, so readily comparable. I don’t know how to import just the graph, but it’s nearly at the top of the link, and of course comes from right here at off-guardian.
https://off-guardian.org/2020/05/09/who-controls-the-british-government-response-to-covid-19/

Carol Anne Murphy
Carol Anne Murphy
May 14, 2020 12:11 AM
Reply to  clickkid

Dr. Kyle Cameron-Sidell was misquoted here, I think. Dr. Cameron-Sidell said that the disease he is seeing that is called Covid-19 is not a pneumonia. He did not say “no COVID-19”. He said in an article “COVID-19 lung disease, as far as I can see, is not a pneumonia and should not be treated as one.
Rather, it appears as some kind of viral induced disease, most resembling high altitude sickness.” and he said “the ARDS that we are seeing, that the whole world is seeing, maybe nothing more than lung injury caused by the ventilator.” I am not sure that makes a difference but want to point it out.

crank
crank
May 13, 2020 11:35 AM

Another (yet another) extremely well qualified and experienced medical professional comes forward (this time from Ireland) to explain what we all here know. Professor Delores Cahill interviewed below. Spread before redaction:

ame
ame
May 13, 2020 1:33 PM
Reply to  crank

does she look the pillar of healthy.

Maxwell
Maxwell
May 13, 2020 2:28 PM
Reply to  crank

Can you upload?

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 13, 2020 2:55 PM
Reply to  crank

Authoritative guest Professor Delores Cahill – concludes that immunologists knew there was no reason for lockdown. SARS Covid 1 circulated the globe in 2003, extensive immunity spread at that time, with deaths reaching 770 people in the world. There have been two more SARS variants since, every three or four years, meaning that 7-15% of people already had antibodies that would test positive for Covid-19. If you have this coronavirus you are immune for life. Many others do not get attacked by the virus at all! Damningly the immunity of large parts of the population is instead being presented in the media as Covid infections. Even among elderly people, with no need for extensive quarantine. Vitamin C, D and Zinc would boosted the immune system if necessary. The quarantine of the elderly could have ended in April. No-one needed to die at all. HCQ was indeed a valid treatment, that… Read more »

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 13, 2020 4:05 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

That’s just my synopsis of what Prof Cahill said, BTW. I always forget to add that!
My contribution is the sentence: :Gates and cronies are promoting pseudo science.”

Dr.NG Maroudas
Dr.NG Maroudas
May 13, 2020 4:37 PM
Reply to  crank

Crank, you modestly named person, thanks very much for that refreshing draught of cool, clear science. Data integrity. Research integrity. Personal responsibility. So shines a good deed in a naughty world.

Luxly
Luxly
May 13, 2020 11:47 PM
Reply to  crank

Thankyou for posting this. One of the most interesting videos I’ve seen on the subject.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 8:53 AM
Reply to  crank

I’m afraid I don’t believe in any virus illness at all, crank. I believe we have been propagandised with two notions:

1. There is a pandemic
2. There is a virus illness but it is exaggerated and the response is excessive

I can find no clear evidence of any virus illness beyond the ordinary but I do find evidence supporting no virus illness beyond the ordinary.
https://occamsrazorterrorevents.weebly.com/blog/coronavirus-hoax-jan-2020

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 13, 2020 11:35 AM

I apologise for hijacking this post, but this recent development (09.05.2020) in Germany needs to be shared far and wide, and as fully as possible. An unnamed, high-ranking civil servant from the Ministry of the Interior has leaked a 192-page document that includes an analysis he wrote on the effects of the lockdown on Germany. The propaganda press is attempting to smother it. The Ministry of the Interior is dismissing it as the unauthorised opinion of a single man. But it was carefully written with expert, external help, passed multiple times along the proper channels, and repeatedly blocked at every step of the way. Now it is in the public domain. I’ve translated an article by Dr Gunter Frank, who is collaborating with a website called Achse des Guten (Axis of Good, achgut.com). It’s long but, as I say, very important. If this leak exposes what strongly looks likes a… Read more »

hope
hope
May 13, 2020 11:55 AM
Reply to  Toby Russell

I agree that At no point in time did the corona infection ever have the potential of causing a national catastrophe of any significant threat to the general population relative to the scale of the national catastrophe-protection measures”. I myself had looked at the data at the beginning and frankly as a mathematician could not find anything suggesting a catastrophe. However in the country Im in, Im still isolated in this respect. More and more voices are being raised against the lockdown, but not against the claimed dangerosity of the virus. Some British and American colleagues certainly realised the absence of any significant threat and there have been articles from people mentioned in the article you quote. But, any new report would be welcome. Have you any idea whether the report is available? I guess I could always try to get in touch with Dr Gunter Frank.

Sam
Sam
May 13, 2020 12:24 PM
Reply to  hope
hope
hope
May 13, 2020 12:42 PM
Reply to  Sam

Thanks Sam.

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
May 13, 2020 12:50 PM
Reply to  Sam

google translate of a bit of it ” The state-ordered protective measures, as well as the diverse social activities and initiatives that originally caused the collateral damage but have now lost all meaning, are still largely in force. It is strongly recommended that they be lifted completely in the short term in order to avert damage to the population – especially unnecessary additional deaths – and to stabilize the potentially precarious situation in the critical infrastructure. 8. The deficits and failures in crisis management have consequently led to the communication of incorrect information and thus triggered disinformation among the population. (A reproach could be: The state has proven itself to be one of the largest fake news producers in the corona crisis.) From these findings it follows that: a) The proportionality of interferences in the rights of e.g. There are currently no citizens because the state has not adequately weighed… Read more »

Despair Squid
Despair Squid
May 14, 2020 9:56 AM
Reply to  Sam

And Google Translate can translate PDFs quite effectively…

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 13, 2020 12:33 PM
Reply to  hope
Francesco Tigani
Francesco Tigani
May 13, 2020 6:49 PM
Reply to  hope

Thank you. Keep it coming. Surely the truth has to come to light soon.

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 14, 2020 7:23 AM

I just posted another article into this thread, in case you’re interested.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:47 PM
Reply to  hope

Dangerousness is more euphonious. Three months ago no-one knew how dangerous the virus was, and we still don’t know the full gamut of threats. Hindsight is usually more accurate than foresight.

Biffo Le Grek
Biffo Le Grek
May 13, 2020 8:57 PM
Reply to  Toby Russell

Thanks, that is just what we needed to maybe break open the whole global conspiracy.

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 14, 2020 7:22 AM
Reply to  Toby Russell

Here is another article from achgut.com published 11 May by Dirk Maxeiner. #### ARTICLE BEGINS #### The Corona Paper: This is what really happened, Mr Seehofer Now that the Corona Paper from the Ministry of the Interior is making its rounds in the media, a conspicuous attempt is being made to present its author as a troublemaker or sinister tool of right-wing circles, working alone. In a press briefing on Sunday, the Ministry stated that: The employee of the BMI [The Ministry of the Interior] outlined and distributed his private opinion and possibly the opinion of those involved with the document. This independently undertaken “analysis” was conducted outside the author’s professional jurisdiction, and outside the organisational unit within the BMI in which he was active. He received neither instruction nor authorisation for this document. Their statement does not correspond with the facts. The employee of the “Critical Infrastructure” department (KRITIS)… Read more »

Mishko
Mishko
May 15, 2020 12:11 AM
Reply to  Toby Russell

Well, when invited by managers to share, opinionate or even contradict,
this is manager speak for:”I dare you…!”
Separates the thinkers from the followers and individuals from the group.

Philippe
Philippe
May 14, 2020 10:25 AM
Reply to  Toby Russell

Thank you for doing this. Much appreciated.

Please understand that many highly regarded scientists are watching you and your ministry, and that all reactions are being carefully documented. The truth will most certainly come to light in the not too distant future. Those responsible will then be held to account.

I admire the optimism on display here (re the truth coming to light, followed by potential consequences) and I really hope this happens. It may be that even the potential for this to happen will cause some politicians in other countries to re-think their positions (assuming they have that option, of course), if only in an attempt to put themselves on ‘the right side of history’ in the eyes of their voters.

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 14, 2020 10:31 AM
Reply to  Philippe

My feelings more or less exactly. We must apply pressure where we can. Wasting these opportunities is not an option.

Toby Russell
Toby Russell
May 14, 2020 12:05 PM
Reply to  Toby Russell

Here’s yesterday’s article by Dirk Maxeiner, providing us with yet more detail on the Corona Paper: #### ARTICLE BEGINS #### The Corona Paper: Seehofer in his bunker Now that the Corona Paper has been made available to everyone by achgut.com and can be downloaded here, the public has the opportunity to assess for itself the validity of the analysis contained therein. Essentially, the paper argues that the wholly exaggerated corona panic and the consequent political measures enforced in Germany could result in far more fatalities than from the illness itself. Equally explosive in implication is the discovery that the political powers have obviously made no assessment of the consequences of the measures enacted. This fact could lead to grave judicial consequences, for example in the form of civil-damage procedures. As recently as last Sunday – an unusual workday for a Ministry – a hastily cobbled together press conference was held… Read more »

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 13, 2020 10:15 AM

How could the Gates Foundation which has spent about $250 million annually since 2007 on Malaria Research and Development in Africa not know of the effects of chloroquine on many Africans? Even the BBC noted on April 28th “Tablets containing chloroquine have long been used in the treatment of malaria to reduce fever and inflammation, and the hope is that they can also inhibit the virus that causes Covid-19…. There are also risks of serious side effects, including renal and liver damage.” https://www.bbc.com/news/51980731 Instead of expert advice, what we got was a media slanging match using Chloroquine to bash Trump. The aim was to discredit HCQ completely. Several U.S. governors banned it. The BBC published a list of which countries are allowing it… but failing to point out that the “serious side effects” apply to a specific sub-set of the population. Who is the biggest private funder of health reporters… Read more »

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
May 13, 2020 12:12 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

I found the article very interesting, with regards to possible reasons re much higher death rates among people with dark skins who have moved to Northern Climates. I was initially more convinced that the main reasons would be due to a deficiency in Vitamin D, due to lower absorption / conversion of sunlight through dark skin. It was well known over 60 years ago, how important sunlight was for kids such as myself who lived in highly air polluted Northern Towns. My mum used to give me cod liver oil, because it is rich in Vitamin D. Whilst I thought I understood the arguments with regards to HCQ ( synthetic quinine) for early treatment – largely being banned (no money in it – out of patent) – though many doctors were convinced it worked well in early treatment), no drug or treatment is good or bad in all situations for… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:22 PM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

People with black skins die disproportionately because of poverty, malign neglect, risky employment and co-morbidities caused by poverty through poor diet etc.

Philippe
Philippe
May 14, 2020 9:42 AM

I don’t know enough about HCQ to either agree/disagree with your assertions.

However, do you have evidence that all of the people to whom you refer were in fact victims of poverty, malign neglect, risky employment and attendant co-morbities?

Notice I stressed the word “all”, because yours is a sweeping statement that does not appear to allow for, for example, medical practitioners, high earners etc within that demographic.

Does it come down to a binary “black people are poor” which is why they’re dying disproportionately; white people are better off which is why they sit within the seasonal flu death range?

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:20 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

HCQ is very safe. Safer than chloroquine. Safer than many, many other medications. The campaign of lies and disinformation against it is driven by BigPharma, who HATE all cheap medications, and by the Trump Derangement Syndrome fanatics.

Brian Sides
Brian Sides
May 13, 2020 9:29 AM

This is interesting it suggests if people become ill. The wrong treatment is being used making the illness worse , possibly leading to death. My wife is from the Philippines like many from this country her blood has Thalassaemia This natural adaptation seems to give protection to Malaria that is common in Asia. Thalassaemia results in smaller blood cells this can effect the oxygen production. It can lead to anaemia. My blood group is ‘O’ rhesus negative this can also lead to anaemia. In New York I wonder If the dust from the collapse of the twin towers on 9/11 is a factor. The twin towers almost completely turned to dust that covered a large area of New York. The dust contained asbestos and many other toxic elements. Many fire men and rescue workers have died or become seriously ill with severe lung problems from the dust. Many people were… Read more »

David A
David A
May 13, 2020 12:36 PM
Reply to  Brian Sides

Thanks Brian. Regarding New York, the numbers are totally implausible, New York City especially. The infection rate is 100 times worse than the whole of Asia for example. The problem is supposedly so bad that some days New York has a bigger increase in cases than the rest of US. This is impossible as it means the rest of US would have reducing cases (ignoring recoveries). There seems to be a strong correlation between extent of lockdown and the infection rate, even when lockdown came early. It is also noticeable that the higher infection rates affect states with Democratic governors. How about that?

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 1:15 PM
Reply to  Brian Sides

Brian, I’m afraid the “toxic dust at the WTC” and “twin towers turning to dust” is all propaganda. They don’t turn buildings to dust in controlled demolitions, that would be such a huge waste of energy. They only cut the support columns to bring them crashing to the ground. The dust at the WTC was perfectly benign and was pushed out at the time of the demolitions. This benign dust was really quite magical and had a multiplicity of functions: — to make the collapses more spectacular — to make controlled demolition less obvious — to make WTC look like a warzone, enhancing the sense of enormity and terror of the event — to provide distraction in the form of Judy Woods’, “Where did the towers go?”, nonsense — to allow crisis actors to be “interviewed” on a day other than 9/11 all covered in dust so that they more… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 1:22 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Just to add: I think dust may be used to great effect in psyops generally. It was also used in: —– the staged Battle of Mogadishu (aka Black Hawk Down) – https://youtu.be/igpjAuwBE7M
— the faked Collateral Murder video – https://youtu.be/5rXPrfnU3G0?t=286

David A
David A
May 13, 2020 2:49 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Furthermore, New York has a high transient population. Many of the people living there in 2001 left a long time ago.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 12:55 AM
Reply to  David A

David, far too many people involved in 9/11 were at Ground Zero. Controlled demolitions do not normally result in toxic dust. There was no reason for toxic dust, we can see it was part of the propaganda campaign targeted at truthers to enhance the sense of evilness of the US government, increasing the plausibility of them allowing the deaths of 3,000 of their own citizens and injuring 6,000.

tonyopmoc
tonyopmoc
May 13, 2020 4:43 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Petra, I really appreciate your honesty in admitting you hadn’t actually read the article, before you commented on it. I guess we all do that a bit. I usually find the comments more interesting than the article. I agree with you on many things. I think you are highly intelligent and well meaning. (I also have a naturally affection for Australians – blokes mainly, and also some Kiwi girls) – cos they have the same sense of humour as me, and say exactly what they think (I have tried to moderate mine recently) However, you don’t half come out with a lot of sh1t, and I wasn’t going to mention Asbestos dust in NYC – but keep on posting. You get a lot of stuff right about the psyops, but none of them are that black and white. There are always other possible explanations. Your idea that you keep writing… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 1:09 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

Your idea that no one died is completely ridiculous. I don’t claim absolutely that no one died, Tony, what I say is that death and injury were staged and I provide the very clear evidence for that here: https://occamsrazorterrorevents.weebly.com/3000-dead-and-6000-injured-a-lie.html I doubt that anyone died and I do claim most strenuously that there is zero evidence of anyone dying but I wouldn’t say for sure that no one died. If you have any evidence for the death of any specific person or people please let me know what it is. I also say that anyone who speaks of 9/11 as a psyop and yet believes in real death and injury hasn’t a clue what a psyop is. In a psyop you don’t do things for real unless you want them for real. If they persuaded us that 110-storey steel frame buildings collapsed due to jet fuel fires and that a 200-ton… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 1:14 AM
Reply to  tonyopmoc

And, yes, Tony, I know Caitlin. She banned me from her website even though everything I said obeyed any kind of etiquette of civility, logic, on-topicness, etc one could impose. That’s how much she supports free speech. She’s been told she has COVID-19? Now that is funny I have to say.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:24 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

And all the asbestos in the Twin Towers? How did that magically disappear?

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 6:45 AM

What I’m saying, Richard, is that I think the asbestos bill was faked. $1 billion! I think they removed any asbestos if there was any just as they do for any other skyscrapers they bring down. Why would it have been more difficult to remove the asbestos in the twin towers asbestos than that in any other buildings? You’re not catching onto the design of the truther-targeted propaganda for 9/11, Richard. Wake up!

Mishko
Mishko
May 15, 2020 12:24 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Tricky yet not wholly implausable. Would suggest that fake-tears-performance Jon Stewart is now engaged in fake activism.
Thanks to his advocacy/intercession congress grants the sick first responders much needed funds/relief. Which they otherwise would not.
Yay celebrities!

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 1:01 AM
Reply to  Mishko

There are probably a lot of first-responders who are sick from one thing or another in their job. It’s pretty damn hazardous and no doubt some got sick from their experience at Ground Zero for one reason or another but the “toxic dust” is propaganda – even if to some degree there was some toxic dust as there may always be in controlled demolitions. I don’t know.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:52 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Stripping asbestos requires workers in space suits. People may have noticed.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 18, 2020 4:26 AM

All kinds of things went on in the twin towers that no one seemingly noticed, didn’t they, Richard? It seems no one noticed the setting of explosives. I’m sure they could have removed asbestos without people knowing about it. They just have to close floors and do it at night or whatever. In the first place, however, we don’t even know whether asbestos was actually in the towers. I think we can assume that the hard-to-believe $1 billion asbestos bill was part of the propaganda campaign to make people believe in the “evilness of the perps” so as to reinforce the plausibility of them callously allowing the people in the buildings to die. The towers weren’t built until 1973 and by that time the dangers of asbestos would have been known, especially by the power elite. And, as many say quite plausibly, as it was known at the time the… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 9:27 AM

I suspect Wodarg is a BigPharma disinformationist. The campaign to demonise hydroxychloroquine, safe, off patent and cheap ie a threat to BigPharma profitexpectations, has been frenetic. If this ‘risk’ that those with G6PD deficiency face risks from HCQ is real, then in places where the population has high levels, they need to do screening, and perhaps give ivermectin or some other medication (I await the ‘revelation’ that ivermectin causes your head to explode). In people with no G6PD deficiency, then HCQ is safe (contrary to the disinformation)highly effective given early on and prophylactically, and cheap. As for the cardiac deaths garbage, the WHO did a meta-analysis in 2016, published in 2017, found NO sudden cardiac deaths as a result of HCQ administration, despite hundreds of millions of doses. And, of course, as is usually the case, Wodarg posits that most of the medical establishments are more or less murdering patients… Read more »

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 13, 2020 1:12 PM

You really like toxic drugs don’t you Richard?

Why use any toxic drugs when vitamin C is a non-toxic alternative, and which has many positive functions within the human body?

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:26 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Yes, Vitamin C is good, but HCQ, compared to most medications, is NOT ‘toxic’. And it works.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:55 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Mike, I agree that preparation is best, but once infected you need to stop the virus entrenching itself. HCQ works as an ionophore to transport zinc into cells, where the zinc disrupts viral replication. All medications have side-effects in some or many, but HCQ is pretty safe, and, in my opinion, on the balance of risk and reward, using HCQ makes sense. Better than hyper-expensive and utterly useless remdesivir.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 18, 2020 2:00 AM

If any special treatment is indeed warranted or necessary for this ‘pandemic’.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 1:33 PM

If what you say is true, Richard, that might explain this entry in Wodarg’s Wikipedia article:

As chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Health Committee Wodarg co-signed a proposed resolution[1] on December 18, 2009, which was briefly discussed in January 2010 in an emergency debate and he has called for an inquiry into alleged undue influence exerted by pharmaceutical companies on the World Health Organization’s global H1N1 flu campaign.

“… he has called for an inquiry …” I’m sure he did and what became of it?

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:27 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Probably deep cover, or he’s been bought off more recently. Every man has his price.

Richard
Richard
May 13, 2020 2:09 PM

Clear enough, early treatment which includes hydroxychloroquine has merit.
In addition to G6PD deficiency consideration is also required for the 1 in 7000 with Long QT syndrome.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_QT_syndrome

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:28 PM
Reply to  Richard

On further reading I find that it is chloroquine that causes haemolysis in G6PD deficiency patients, but NOT HCQ. All is resolved. The long QT syndrome stuff has been dredged up by BigPharma-as if they give a flying eff over side-effects, when money is to be made.

Richard
Richard
May 14, 2020 3:39 AM

Supposing we play along with G6PD deficiency and Long QT syndrome narratives .. narratives that do not exclude the merit of hydroxychloroquine treatment as the risks (if any) can be managed.

Agree hydroxychloroquine has been the target of vicious suppression.
Does Wodarg add to the suppression, no he draws attention to it.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
May 14, 2020 11:43 AM
Reply to  Richard

Hi Richard, I got an email notification in which you apparently said this: No didn’t listen to the interview, really no need, have heard the same same a hundred times. Remove the risk groups and carry on However, I just cannot find this post under this article (although I did click on the link in the email). Did you delete it? (how do you do that?). Or maybe admin did. Or maybe it was just a system glitch. Anyway, I wanted to try to reply to this, so have chosen one of your other postings to reply to in the hope that you will see it. Your comment relates to the David Crowe interview with Remington-Nevin in the TIM series dated 28 April 2020. You didn’t want to listen to it, so I listened to it again, so you don’t have to 🙂 (I understand that not everyone has time… Read more »

Richard
Richard
May 14, 2020 2:17 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Hi Mike

‘Missing post’ can be found further down among the comments.

I think Remington-Nevin is rather alarmist.

Yes this old Anglo I would be happy to take hydroxychloroquine together with azithromycin and zinc.

I notice your link to the Quinism Foundation page is dated 20 March 2020.

Short read (and written before the anti-hydroxychloroquine campaign had begun) ………
arthritisaustralia.com.au/medication-search/hydroxychloroquine/

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 17, 2020 11:59 PM
Reply to  Richard

Alarmist in the service of BigPharma-a typical PR campaign. The links may be discerned one day. It’s how the scum operate.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 8:49 AM

Dr William Wodarg is controlled opposition as I have no doubt most prominent doctors voicing the opposition side are. His absurd schtick is that this alleged pandemic is a conspiracy at the scientist-level – sure, scientists are involved and the fraudulence among them is pretty breathtaking but the fraud is obviously at a much higher level. This article is propaganda, one of the many articles pushed at us to divert us from what the fact that this alleged pandemic is, in fact, a complete hoax, a psyop, a nonsense and a disgrace.

Angry Slave
Angry Slave
May 13, 2020 9:07 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

I think a lot of people really struggle to come to terms with the scale of the corruption and erect defensive mechanism to try and prevent themselves having to do so.

A global totalitarian system with seemingly absolute power over everyone on the planet has been established – now that is very scary indeed.

Binra
Binra
May 14, 2020 10:09 AM
Reply to  Angry Slave

Notice the suggestions of the mind and ask in your heart “Is this true of me?” You CAN hypnotise yourself with fear and fascination with fear, along with narrative investment in conflict. The opportunity of a conflicted situation – addressed within our part in it – is to resolve by accepted decision. As long as you assign responsibility for your life to an externally set causation, you will be conflicted with what actually moves, calls or impels as the true desire of the heart. Recognising and reorganising priorities under compression can mean releasing investment in false or masking narratives to align wholly in who you now accept yourself to be. Coercion and deceit operate a force based and toxic economy – no matter how cleverly the pain is redistributed, mapped out or isolated from. Is this ‘power’? Or is it the perversion of a true economy in the attempt to… Read more »

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
May 13, 2020 9:13 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

You may be right – if Wodarg is a controlled opposition then he is by definition ‘hanging out’ part of the story. Who is the root of the tree. If we X-out Wodarg, what is the only logical direction to go: cui bono? Which we can find using historical perspective. We know population control is part of the agenda of the vaccine pushers – from the mouth of Bill Gates himself. Which population would be targeted … is already being targeted… for reduction… by Bill Gates’ father, board member of Planned Parenthood? Why is this a combined MEDIA + MEDICAL EVENT targeting health, purity and **** in the 2020. What drove the eugenics efforts in 1930s Germany? The media and the medical profession. What is the word I am leaving out. What is the *** word that the media+medical effort targeted last time? In Darwin’s time, in Rockefeller’s time, in… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 9:28 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

You don’t like competition in the conspiracy stakes, do you.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 12:51 PM

Richard, I think I’ll stop replying to you. In this case I have no idea what you’re talking about and when I do have an idea, eg, your ludicrous belief in some magical maximum number of psyops (which, of course, you are unable to specify), there is no point in replying because of your persistent obduracy.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:30 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Sorry, I’m becoming incoherent. I agree with the first half, but not the second.

Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
May 13, 2020 10:05 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

When whole countries lock up healthy citizens based on no science at all and create mass hysteria then that is a malpractice on a grand scale. Coronas have been causing colds and flu forever, they will continue to do so. This madness has been created by the like of Neil Ferguson in the UK, a non doctor funded by Bill Gates, who said 2.2 million would die in the US and 500 k in the UK, this has been extrapolated by other governments to mean massive casualties so already sick people have been denied entry to hospitals, already sick people are dying and they are calling to covid and all of it is funded by Bill Gates. The second largest funder of WHO is Bill Gates, another non doctor and led by Tedros who is also not a doctor but failed to report 3 outbreaks of ebola when he was… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 13, 2020 12:36 PM

Marilyn, you have no idea how much the power elite control both sides of the argument: theirs and ours. Controlled opposition is everywhere you turn.

There is evidence that Ebola is fake just like this SARS and the 2003 SARS. It only occurred to me that SARS 2003, Ebola, MERS and Zika were fake when this alleged pandemic occurred and when it occurred to me I was reminded of what we’d heard about Ebola and it all seemed so ludicrous.

Fakery of Ebola and COVID-19 (5 mins)
https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=5O5S44R54H3X

Video on COVID-19, Zika, Ebola, Anthrax (33 mins)

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:32 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Make it easy for us, Petra. What, if anything, is not ‘fake’ in your opinion. The Sun? The moon? True love?

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 2:38 AM

I’ve already told you, Richard, I believe in the moon landings (although I recognise the Challenger disaster was faked and the evidence for that is right in your face) and manmade climate change (although the climate movement is infiltrated – of course). Now you’ve got to admit millions don’t believe in either of those phenomena so what does that tell you, Richard? I’m an evidence-based thinker. I am not one of those disbelievers-of-government-or-authority-by- default. Otherwise, there’s many events I recognise as staged. It’s not about numbers, Richard, it’s about characteristics. I don’t just say, “Staged”, do I? I provide the characteristics that indicate psyop. And they’re usually very good following their psyop rules so it’s not that difficult. I must say though I think they haven’t been entirely strict with their rules recently and you know what? That shocks me more than the fact of their psyops. I’m like, “Hey… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 3:22 AM

Just to add: People often say to me, “Why don’t you go to the site of the event and ask people there.” My response is that all the information is available in the media. They are media stories and they give us all the clues. On Saturday, though, I was right there. I was, however, about 40m up the road when Renee was arrested so my view of it is no better than anyone else’s watching the footage. I crossed paths with Renee early on. She was wearing a nifty sandwich-board style double-placard made from two pieces of cardboard tied over her shoulders with rope so not too heavy but good for leaving your hands free as she pointed out. I’m like, “I think I’ll copy that.” Anyway, while we were chatting the question crossed my mind, “Are you a plant?” because she somehow didn’t seem very convincing when she… Read more »

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 14, 2020 9:06 AM

OK, so I take it back about Renee. I watched quite a bit more of the video where she’s talking and I think she’s genuine. I’m very relieved, however, there’s just something strange about this whole thing. The way the story is reported in the Daily Mail is similar to when it’s a psyop – although I’m not sure when the “arrest” actually occurred – perhaps the time she got in the paddy wagon isn’t considered the official arrest time. It’s very scary that they would arrest her with her 4 year-old and treat her how they did when she hadn’t broken any laws – they also arrested the “non-organiser” Victor who also had not broken any laws. We’re moving into new fascist territory here. Of course, it was always bound to happen.

martin
martin
May 14, 2020 4:56 PM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Does everybody talk like a crisis actor now, or is it just me getting too old? Aussie hero? One thing I noticed about people caught up in the bush fires was that they were not like crisis actors, they were real people, unstated in their bravery, trying not to show their emotions, just like real people always did do.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 15, 2020 12:47 AM
Reply to  martin

I have to say I’m still just a tiny bit on the fence about Renee. She has me totally confused. You know what, Martin, there were a few crisis actors in the bushfires too. Of course, the vast majority were not and there were many people fighting for – and losing – their homes. Nevertheless, it seems they have to introduce fakery into everything these days. Drives me nuts. But I didn’t dare go public about crisis actors in the bushfires. As if people don’t think I’m loony enough. There was definite fishiness in those bushfires though no doubt about it.

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
May 18, 2020 1:45 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Re. Renee. The arrest video upset me too. I admit it puzzled me, the normal priority of most parents would have been reassuring the child before all else. This made it the mother’s behaviour seem unnatural to me. However, a parent can have issues they aren’t aware of themselves. Narcissistic parenting might be a factor – a child, in this case a child in distress, being placed on display. In times of severe stress such things can make people’s behaviour seem unnatural, without it necessarily being a self-conscious act of deception. Just a thought.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 18, 2020 4:45 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Admin2, I’ve since reverted to my original position that Renee is a crisis actor and I think they went beyond their normal boundaries in having a pretty convincing screaming child in the scene. I found the comment below on a different Mayortwilleger video about the legal aspects very compelling. This psyop, in fact, reminds me of another psyop I came across about a man allegedly dying as the result of a flu vaccination. Superficially, it seems as though the family has a chance to sue but, in fact, it’s very obvious they don’t and there are a number of typical psyop-style anomalies in the story, the nauseating image of him and his partner kissing being one. https://www.9news.com.au/national/family-of-sydney-man-who-died-suddenly-after-flu-shot-threaten-legal-action/e4393de2-c4d7-4eff-80fa-8bd7785764d4 Comment on Mayortwilleger video Seems to me, this event fits with being a psyop. The mother with child is ravaged by the thug police state goons complete with shrieking child (who may have… Read more »

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 18, 2020 12:01 AM
Reply to  martin

On, those fires were faked, too. Occam’s Strop will be along to show just how, soon, I’m sure.

Petra Liverani
Petra Liverani
May 18, 2020 4:36 AM

Of course the fires were not faked, Richard. I know because I inhaled their smoke for weeks. However, I know someone who works for NSW Fire & Rescue and he says that seemingly irresponsible backburning happened – and I don’t think he was the only one to say that. I also detected psyop stories among the genuine stories.

Richard Le Sarc
Richard Le Sarc
May 13, 2020 11:31 PM

Wodarg is WRONG about HCQ and G6PD deficiency.

Binra
Binra
May 13, 2020 10:49 AM
Reply to  Petra Liverani

Is your quickness to accuse is your hiding of your own sins in others and pointing the finger. It is the self-isolating privilege of a an idealised opposition to see what is unworthy or lacking in every one else. Why cant everyone contribute from their own perspective – even if they only have their own experience to go by? Everyone always operates from self-interest – and for your own reasons you accuse everyone else of pulling the flax over the eyes of a public you presume to save. In a world of lies competing for ‘truth’ is the one who points the finger of accusation any more valid? That you are being lied to should be no surprise. You have lied to yourself since first your self-consciousness sought to hide. Narratives are never ‘truth’ but can be aligned or transparent to a truly unified purpose. You say – and all… Read more »