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Anthony Fauci and a trillion dollars worth of power and corruption…

He’s the highest paid public servant in the US, and has been in the job for decades, and he’s been able to direct nearly a trillion dollars worth of funding. Last year, he helped infect America when it could have been stopped, and this year he’s keeping life saving cheap safe drugs away from patients and their doctors.

Robert F Kennedy Jnr has just launched a sizzling new book called “The Real Anthony Fauci”. I haven’t got a copy yet, but the launch interviews are radioactive. Even worse than the Beagle experiments reported just two weeks ago, are the allegations of experiments on Dominican Orphans, and on sick Americans.

Will The Real Anthony Fauci be able to keep his job?

The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health

The Real Anthony Fauci

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The notes below are from a transcript from an interview of Joseph Mercola and Robert Kennedy.

Here’s what I would say to people. We have to stop this. This is the hill that we all have to die on.

Kennedy claims the patterns repeat decade after decade. Cheap drugs are blocked, while expensive profitable drugs are promoted. Everyone in the chain gets rewarded, except the patients and heretic doctors who get stonewalled and sacked, or potentially very sick.

  • Fauci is the highest-paid federal employee in the U.S., and 68% of his $437,000 a year salary comes from bioweapons research
  • Instead of safeguarding public health, Dr. Anthony Fauci turned the National Institutes of Health into an incubator for pharmaceutical products, and essentially sold the entire country to the drug industry
  • Fauci has had a hand in creating the vaccine gold rush. In 2000, he met with Bill Gates, who asked to partner with the NIH in an agreement to vaccinate the world with a battery of new vaccines. In 2009, this agreement was rebranded as “The Decade of Vaccines,” the objective of which was to implement mandatory vaccinations for every adult and child on the planet by the year 2020.

Philanthropy Capitalism sounds like a cross between the Bankers and the Greens:  Too Big To Fail, and too sacred to criticize.

The cloak of charity is a shield against serious investigation.

“Gates calls what he does philanthropy capitalism, [the idea that] you can use philanthropy to make money. He had a foundation where he has sheltered $50 billion in tax-free money. And, he continues to have absolute control over it. He uses that money to gain control of public health agencies in our country and the World Health Organization.

He’s created a lot of his own [organizations] with Dr. Fauci and a lot of these quasi-governmental agencies that people think are governmental. They’re actually front groups of the pharmaceutical industry like GAVI and SEPI …

He uses this battery and this control of the WHO to set pharmaceutical or medical policy, public health policy around the globe, in a way that maximizes the profits from his stakeholding in these big pharmaceutical companies.

The US government takes most of the risk, does a lot of the advertising, and guarantees the profits:

U.S. taxpayers funded the research while drug companies have made an estimated $100 billion in profits from the shots in a single year, all while having zero liability for injuries and deaths even as people are being coerced into taking them.

It can’t be good to put any one man in charge of such a huge pot of gold:

…between Fauci, Gates and the U.K. Wellcome Trust, they control 63% of the biomedical research on earth through their funding. Over his career, Fauci alone has distributed more than $930 billion in research grants through the NIAID. You could say they control all of it, really, because they also have the capacity to dry up funding to projects they don’t want done.

One one man holds the keys to a vault with so much money, how can it not become a corrupted process? What stops that sole man becoming so influential that many people within a whole branch of science start to perform for him.

This system is like a formalized pal review process in climate science.

“Between 2009 and 2016, about 230 drugs were approved by the FDA, all of which came out of his shop. So, he is an incubator for Pharma.

And here’s what he does: At his lab, he has petri dishes filled with every virus [imaginable], and he has scientists that are messing around with different molecules and different poisons, and they’ll drop those poisons into a petri dish and see if it kills the culture. If it kills the culture, then he has a potential antiviral drug.

The next step is, they give it to rats, and see if it kills the rats. If most of the rats survive, now you have a potential antiviral that may work in humans. Then, he farms it out to a big university. Now the person it goes to at the university is usually a very powerful person. It’s the dean of the medical school, or the chair of one of the departments, and they run the clinical trials, which is extremely lucrative.

So, they will do the Phase 1 trial, and they’ll recruit maybe 100 people for the trial. Fauci gives that principal investigator maybe $20,000 per recruit. The university skims off 50% to 75% of that. So, now, that university is hooked into the system.

Then, if the drug works in Phase 1 and Phase 2, then they have to bring in big groups of people — 10,000 people — and you’re talking about hundreds of millions of dollars. And they have to bring in a pharmaceutical company that now takes control of about half the patent.

Tony Fauci’s agency keeps a share of the patent. For example, they now collect royalties on the Moderna [COVID] vaccine. [The NIAID] gets half the royalties, billions of dollars. The university researcher keeps some of the patent, so he is now permanently attached to Tony Fauci and will do anything he says, and the university itself is getting some of that patent.

If the pile of money is big enough it can silence whole universities…

So, it’s hundreds of millions of dollars that are going to these universities every year, in addition to the grants that he’s giving, and he can cut all that off if somebody at the university does the wrong study.

Once the drug goes through Phase 3, it goes to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Fauci says, ‘Well those are independent scientists at FDA.’ The panel is called VRBPAC [Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee], and they’re NOT people who work for the FDA. They’re outside persons who are brought in.

Well, where are they brought in from? They’re Tony Fauci’s principal investigators from all the universities, who are working on his other projects, and they’re brought in to rubber stamp the drug …

They OK it and give it a license, because they know that, next year, their drug is going to be in front of that committee, and they are going to want the committee to rubber stamp them. So, that committee never says no. It always green lights everything, and it’s completely controlled by Fauci. He controls the whole process …

The media become a part of the corruption. They could stop it if they reported the best of both sides:

Every expert you see on CNN is on Tony Fauci’s payroll, and CNN will never tell you that. It will say, ‘This is an independent virologist, he’s an immunologist at Baylor University, or Stanford, or Harvard.’ They’re not telling you where that guy’s bread is being buttered, and that the person who’s buttering it is Tony Fauci, with your taxpayer dollars. The whole system is just fixed.”

There are no approved Covid vaccines in the US. “Pfizer” is and isn’t “Comirnaty”

Right now, the best thing is to make them fire you for not taking an emergency use authorization vaccine, because there are no approved vaccines in this country available to any American. It was a myth, it was a hoax, it was a chicanery for them to say, ‘We approved this Comirnaty vaccine.’ If you go on Pfizer’s website, it will tell you, ‘We do not make Comirnaty available in the United States.’

Big Pharma needs vaccines for children to be approved so they can get liability protection?

Why are they trying to go after our kids? Here’s why. The vaccines can only get liability protection once they are approved. The only way they get liability protection is if they’re on the child’s vaccination schedule. And then, once the CDC votes them onto the child vaccination schedule, then they get liability protection, even for adults.

One lawsuit can bankrupt the company if they didn’t have liability protection. So that’s why they’re going after our kids. They need it to get that liability protection. And we need to stop them from the collateral damage they’re going to cause to an entire generation of children; 26 million children will get a vaccine that’s been tested on 1,300 kids, with catastrophic results.”

It’s a big interview and there is lot more.

I don’t necessarily agree with everything he says, but thank goodness he can say them, for now…

 

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207 comments to Anthony Fauci and a trillion dollars worth of power and corruption…

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    John+R+Smith

    My thing with Fauci is … he is 80.
    He seems to be highly functional for 80.
    How does he do it?
    As a honcho at the National Institute of PUBLIC HEALTH, I think he owes a detailed description of his lifestyle choices and health stats.
    AS A EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC HEALTH TO THE PUBLIC.
    Does he have a trainer?
    He is a vegetarian?
    Does he take BP meds?
    How many hours a day does he work? ( I’m in my mid 60’s and I need a nap in the afternoon.)
    How are his cognitive functions?
    Does he still have his original knees.
    How’s that prostate buddy?

    This kind of info is more important to my sense of health than his ridiculous CVD declarations.

    I beginning to think the secret to longevity is cash … or secret rituals.
    I’m becoming suspicious.

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      GlenM

      It might be suggested that he is not fully human. It is possible that he is one of “them”.

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      Joe Civis

      hmm perhaps a “Faustian bargain” for the evil troll?

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      red edwards

      E5 or analogue?

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      RickWill

      I believe general fitness is the main ingredient for longevity. I have a friend who was finding work a chore when he was in his early 60s. He visited a doctor for his maladies who asked one simple question – how many old fat men do you see? My friend’s father died in his late 80s and he was half the weight of my friend for the same height.

      Over the next year my friend reduced weight by 15kg. He started to feel better and became more active. He developed a hobby that has good balance between mental and physical requirements, which he has pursued into retirement that keeps him physically and mentally active.

      Being active in your daily routine is the best way to maintain good fitness. You should aim to go anaerobic at least once per day. Never take an escalator if there is a set of stairs:
      https://tagg.org/pix/Signspotting/Fitness.jpg

      Fitness does not mean going to the gym. It is a mindset that enables you to work fitness into your daily routine. I have taken lessons from the one male relative who lived into his 90s. He rode a bike and chopped wood. His eyesight ultimately prevented his bike riding but he was in his 90s by then and died within a year of not getting around as he liked. He did not have a driver’s licence so the bike was his means of transport. He was still earning a small income well into his 80s as a gardener. One long-standing customer lived 15km away and he worked there once a week.

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        RickWill

        This reveals some of Fauci’s general fitness routine:
        https://www.eatthis.com/news-dr-fauci-reveals-his-exercise-secrets-for-a-long-and-active-life/

        So he immediately changed his ways. “I’ve been pretty attentive,” he went on. “I’ve been a runner all my life. I’ve run multiple marathons. I’ve run a lot of 10Ks. I don’t do that now because I’m 80 years-old, but I do go out for a good three to four mile power walk. Every night, I try as best as I can to get those walks every night.” And if you’re a walker, yourself, make sure you’re aware of the Secret Tricks for Walking Your Way to a Flatter Stomach, Say Experts.

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          Actually, he does look fit – so I am not surprised at his exercise regime. Walking is great at any age – but particularly good for advanced age groups. However, it is harder to start late in life – so start early!

          I used to go to the gym, but never really enjoyed the smelly, close company. Much prefer a good walk, even in a suburban garden environment. Have done it for so long, that I crave it if I have missed the daily regime for any length of time.

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          John+R+Smith

          Power walk …?
          Is that before or after the testimony in the Senate, the television appearances, the reading of the latest covid research, the meeting with the Disney producers, the approval of grant money which I’m sure he personally oversees considering what could go wrong, answering email, the book writing, and the staff coordination.
          I’m sure he doesn’t have to worry about shopping, doctors appointments, laundry, arguing with his internet provider, or the tree that fell in his yard because of climate change.
          Power walking with the armed security and the armored Travel All in tow.
          Ya need those in almost the entire DC area.

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        Peter C

        I believe that inheritance is the main ingredient for longevity.

        The prime example of general fitness I was thinking of was Nathan Pritikin (Pritikin diet), who died at age 69, which was somewhat less than he had hoped.

        Other examples are given here:
        https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/deaths-of-fitness-diet-gurus#gypsy-boots

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      shortie+of+greenbank

      he is probably like the rest of them getting blood transfusions from children to extend life and improve various markers. Mugabe of Zimbabwe did not look like anywhere near 90 either but he received very regular blood transfusions in china from children.

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        Serp

        That’s hilarious. My mother met Mugabe when he was in Melbourne for CHOGM forty years ago. He turned up at her manchester counter at Waltons in a north western suburb with an order for blinds. She noted that he forbore to conceal a deep hatred for whites. I’ll mention the blood when we talk later today.

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      markx

      Well, just conjecture, but quite possibly, with his access to sufficient funding, he may be using HGH. (Human growth hormone) … it has many benefits in the majority at any age, although some suffer side effects.
      … and, it is a very easy daily injection, usually given into the skin over the stomach with a tiny needle, in a tiny amount. Not at all like the illustration on this article!

      My small daughter was on it daily from 8 years of age until her epiphyseal plate closure occurred (as a treatment for a genetic disorder). No issues at all, other than costing me a fortune.

      Top 5 Benefits Of Using HGH Supplements
      By Healthcare Business Today Team -February 10, 20201721
      https://www.healthcarebusinesstoday.com/top-5-benefits-of-using-hgh-supplements/#:~:text=By%20taking%20HGH%20supplements%2C%20the%20body%20can%20regenerate,in%20stronger%20bones%20even%20in%20old%20age.%203.

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        John+R+Smith

        Yes Marx,
        I think you’re on it.
        The press seems strangely uncurious about how so many elites perform these alleged high pressure jobs at an age when the vast majority are looking for assisted living.

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      Gerry

      When you are born you get a certain number of breaths ….live a quiet, peaceful life – no running or exertion….keep the respiration rate as low as possible and you will live longer ….

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      Anton

      I suggest you read Trouble with Lichen by John Wyndham.

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    Bruce

    Another question for Falsi:

    Does he have a portrait in his attic?

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    OldOzzie

    UK Prime Minister Announces New Definition for Vaccinated Will Require Triple Jabs and Boosters

    November 16, 2021 – Sundance

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a press conference yesterday [Video Here] where he announced the U.K. COVID mitigation policy will now require citizens of the U.K. to undergo booster jabs. The government approved definition of “fully vaccinated“, will now require the citizens to take booster shots in order to remain compliant.

    Comrades, the collective aspirations of the Ministry of COVID Health, have determined the booster program is the best way to transfer taxpayer funds to the pharmaceutical corporations who are now in control of government. Our community health COVID authorization passport is now contingent upon our obedience to an undetermined number of ongoing jabs.

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      GlenM

      Don’t worry mate, it won’t happen here. Sarcasm.

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      Former NIH researcher

      Maybe we could just have the authorities pay a certain percentage of our taxes to big pharma without the pretense of giving us medication. Then we would avoid all the adverse effects, and big pharma would stop bothering us. Maybe also just pay Fauchi directly what they pay him also so he can shut up.

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        Serp

        So there was a war which we lost and are now paying reparations in perpetuity and I missed all that; there’s sure to be an online remediation course eh.

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      Leo G

      How should “fully vaccinated” be defined if not in epidemiological terms?

      Accordingly it should be expressed as being inoculated under a regime that has been tested to provide protection from symptomatic illness once infected at an acceptable level of certainty, says 95%.

      For SARS-CoV-2 the risk of infection following exposure to the virus is similar across all age groups, while the risks of symptomatic infection, serious infection, or infection causing death each increase geometrically with age at different rates.
      It seems to me that there would be an age above which “fully vaccinated” would be meaningless and that age would vary with the desired level of certainty.

      There would also be an age below which inoculation would not be necessary to ensure that level of certainty against symptomatic infection.

      In any case the vaccine would need to provide some reasonable protection against symptomatic infection.
      Perhaps that’s why our political masters instead prefer to have everyone fully indoctrinated.

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        shortie+of+greenbank

        Incorrect. the vaccine needs to ensure that the recipient is unlikely to spread it even if they contract it. Hence the idea of ‘immunity’. The vaccine in this case does not ‘keep’ r 1) is still common at vaccination rates well above the accepted herd immunity numbers for how virulent this is. The infection curves still run the same curve as the normal infection curve as though they were not vaccinated, just slightly delayed.

        What we do see is that shortly after vaccination it would make r<1 but within a few months this is not the case. Whether it is UK, Israeli or Swedish data they all point to vaccine failure to control spread within a few months with the Swedish data pointing to -19% protection for Moderna after 8 months and Pfizer at 0% in the 7-8months period. We see in population curves a delayed but substantial curve at least as large as those largely unvaccinated such as Vermont in the US going through a spike despite being one of the most vaccinated states and others that are the lowest now out of their spike.

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          Leo G

          … the vaccine needs to ensure that the recipient is unlikely to spread it even if they contract it. Hence the idea of ‘immunity’.

          Immunity implies only resistance to disease following infection.

          The problem with the limited immunity against SARS-CoV-2 from the mRNA vaccines is that it doesn’t prevent sustainable infection in multiciliated cells in the upper airways- only barely enough in most people to suppress obvious symptoms.

          This undermines “herd immunity”. The vaccinated in the “herd” may be likened to a moderator in a controlled nuclear reaction- it allows the infection to steadily percolate through the herd thereby facilitating increased naturally-acquired immunity at the expense of increasing disease risk to older people, and to those with reduced natural immunity.

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          Former NIH researcher

          There es absolutely no way we can get herd immunity with a leaky vavcine. Not even with 100% so-called vaccination. For herd immunity the disease cannot spread from the vaccinated. Now they are even better spreaders since they are not feeling I’ll, not out and about with full viral loads

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      Brenda Spence

      In other words, one will never be fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2.

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    Thanks JoNova. Remember too that for decades and decades your common garden GP (and no doubt other more rarefied Doctors) have been recipients of an ongoing avalanche of a variety of expensive gifts & freebies from drug companies.

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      Ted1

      Did I or did I not see Anthony Fauci decrying the use of masks? I think I did. And my take was that he was lying, trying to avoid a repeat of the toilet paper fiasco. He wasn’t the only leading health official doing this at the time. That lie had far reaching effects, damaging public confidence in authority.

      I can’t remember the details, but I am sure I again saw him lying on another matter, Then came the corker!

      Challenged on the matter of lying, he claimed justification on the basis that the public wasn’t ready to know the truth.

      Sorry Anthony. A liar is a liar, not to be trusted.

      Tell me if I am wrong.

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        another ian

        You usually hear that

        “You can fool all of the people some of the time,
        Some of the people all of the time
        But not all of the people all of thye time”

        There is a 4th line to the effect that, if caught at any of the first three everything you have ever said will be treated with suspicion.

        Which is a long handled way of saying that, IMO, you are not wrong

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        John+PAK

        Ted, “flip-flop Fauci’s” pattern of behaviour is a well known routine in psychology. It’s part of what is sometimes termed “mass formation”. If you want to “influence” the masses you need to:
        1) get them in an uncomfortable position. Most gregarious adults suffer if told to remain in their homes long-term with no direct social interaction.
        2) Instil a pervading atmosphere of fear. It helps if the fear is not specific and defined. If one night I’m unable to work out why my dogs are going ballistic and then all the lights go out and then I hear a scream over the fence, I might feel confused and anxious but if to begin with I spotted a man with a rifle on my property I could make an objective decision about it.
        The COVID plan was to provide fear-response stimuli without clear identification or resolution and then offer government solutions which would change as time passed. Hence a “two week lock-down to flatten the curve” became months of heavy restrictions which we now know, were largely useless.
        People thus confused can be induced to behave irrationally.
        Amid the barrage of changing goal posts from folk like Fauci, people missed the salient points that actually matter. One of my work colleagues is a friend of Prof. Thomas Borody (of stomach ulcer Nobel Prize fame). Right from the start he was hammering the use of Ivermectin and other treatments and commented that COVID is easier to deal with than the ‘flu so I purchased an extra packet of Ivermectin-only wormer for our horse. I did also buy a $13 pack of N95 masks but that is about the extent of my “irrational behaviour” over COVID.

        I’d say COVID was well planned given the nature of the Event 201 exercise during the months prior to SARS CoV-2 emerging. Even the reactions of cynics and sceptics like me were patterned into Event 201.
        IMO this was not one of those scenarios where goof-ball incompetence was the default position of the “powers-that-be”.

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        Simon

        Early on in the pandemic, COVID-19 was thought not to be particularly transmissible by airborne aerosols, so mask wearing was thought to be unnecessary. Advice changed when it was discovered that airborne transmission was very possible. Willingness to change opinion based upon the observation of new evidence is hardly lying.

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          Kneel

          Bad excuse – and that’s what it is, an excuse.

          Look, I work in a very complex area – I do technical support for industrial 3/4/5G modem/routers, and specialise in routing and tunnels (both encrypted and not). While I obviously try to answer everyone’s questions as quickly, accurately and concisely as possible, if I don’t know the answer I will say “Good question – I don’t know”. Then follow up with questions and/or suggestions on how to proceed in order to find the answer. That is, I am honest about what I know and don’t know and where I don’t know, I try to help you find out.

          And it is not easy when everyone else points to YOU as the “expert” and expects an immediate answer on the spot. But in my experience, being honest about your own limitations engenders great trust in those you deal with – I have more than once been in trouble for being brutally honest with a customer about some issue or other, and yet the same customer will specifically ask for me when they call back for something else, because they know they will get on honest answer, even if it is not what they want to hear, and even if it makes the sales rep pitch look bad.

          In short, winging it and hoping you are right might make you look good when you actually are right, but the first time you are wrong, it will never be forgotten and all trust in you will have been destroyed. This is where Fauci and co are now – they winged it, got it wrong, and now no-one trusts them. They did it to themselves in their arrogance and their disdain for those with less knowledge in their specific area of expertise. Now they need to step aside and let others with higher moral and ethical standards take their place.

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          Bozotheclown

          Early on in the pandemic, COVID-19 was thought not to be particularly transmissible by airborne aerosols, so mask wearing was thought to be unnecessary. Advice changed when it was discovered that airborne transmission was very possible.

          WTF are you smoking? Early on like when every Asian country local including Wuhan China was showing their country folk with masks?

          Off with your revision of history. I’m rather surprised you’d try that here.

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      Wazz — for decades and decades your common garden GP (and no doubt other more rarefied Doctors) have been recipients of an ongoing avalanche of a variety of expensive gifts & freebies from drug companies.

      So I hear. I’d like to flesh out more detail in this mechanism, especially given that a lot of doctors are good people, and the effect is more a soft corruption.

      If anyone comes across a well written description of how Big Pharma make it hard for Doctors to not follow the herd, I’m all ears.

      I suspect that Big Pharma crafts from the start — making sure that medical schools don’t even teach nutrition, or how to look up studies on it, and dissuade health departments from creating incentives to help GP’s and patients do any meaningful prevention.

      Insurance and liability for Docs “doing their own research” (which would also be exhausting and time consuming) would be another mechanism for control.

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        StephenP

        I was lucky that our agricultural course at university in the 60s included a section on animal and human nutrition, which has served me well ever since.
        One particularly memorable lecturer, and his wife, described how at the start of WW2 as university researchers they developed a diet from foods that could be produced in the UK, in anticipation that the U-boats cut off all shipping. They fed themselves on it for 6 month and said it was rather bland but you could live on it.
        After the experiment finished they had 6 months of ration coupons in hand, so we’re able to splurge out for a while.

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          Peter C

          Jo Mentions that medical schools do not teach Nutrition! This was indeed my experience. We learnt a little about vitamins (and the effects of deficiencies). Also increased calories=weight gain. That was it.

          I was surprised to read here on her blog about the potential benefits of Vit D for improved immunity. A whole new area of interest for me.

          I can see why it was of more interest in Agricultural Colleges, since weight gain in animals=money.

          I recall seeing a TV program, about the medical experiment of Dr William Stark. He experimented on himself. His idea was to test various restrictive diets to see if they sufficient for health. The idea was quite good but he pressed on to the extreme.
          He started with bread and water which wasn’t too bad so he switched to a bland pudding (maybe suet pudding). That was sufficient to cause extreme symptoms of scurvy. He considered adding lemon juice but decided to try honey instead. Honey did not work and he died soon after, before he could try the alternative.
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stark_(physician)

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            Kalm Keith

            Peter,
            possibly the reason that medical course content wasn’t heavy on nutrition in the fifties was because most people only had access to sensible diets and so that topic would have been redundant.

            Twenty years later with increased dietary intake and more “luxury foods” there would have been greater need for diet to be studied by doctors in training.

            Now in 2021 I can walk through local shopping centres and always be confronted with the greatest epidemic of our time ; overeating.

            Covid19 is nothing compared to this; the loss of function and the death from diabetes beats CV19 hands down.

            But I ramble, self discipline is not a topic that can be addressed in the modern egalitarian society.

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            Yonason

            When I had pneumonia in the early 50’s our GP told my dad to start me on cod liver oil. I don’t know if that’s what he was taught, or if he just picked it up. I’ve also seen reference to “the codfish oil remedy” from over 2 centuries ago. They certainly didn’t knew why it worked (high in vitamin D), but they knew it worked, so they used it. Now we have to have double blind “gold standard” studies where half of those in the study might die, because it’s not “scientific,” otherwise. I’m not sure when they started being so heartless, because back in the 70’s I learned that if some in a study were doing either much better or much worse than expected, you broke the study. If the drug was making people better, you gave it everyone. If worse, you stopped it entirely. In fact, I used to think that was the law, because it made so much sense. Silly me.

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          PeterPetrum

          Yes, Stephen, I took a degree in Agriculture also. We spent a lot of time in zoology on the digestive system, nutrition and the biological fate of various nutritional regimes. Krebs Cycle et al. I have to admit that I have forgotten much of it now (it was late 50’s) but it has left me with an appreciation of how the mammalian body works and the benefits of sensible nutrition. At 80+ I still work 2-4 hours every day in our 3/4 acre garden, cycle regularly and do core strengthening exercises every day (except Sunday!). I expect to do so until 100, then I might take a week off.

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            Kalm Keith

            🙂
            Inspiring.

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            Hanrahan

            I did a year at Gatton College, passed after a couple of sups but either I was too young [16 at the time] or not smart enough so gave it away. The graziers’ sons did teach me to swear and roll ciggies though.

            I’d wager that that year was tougher than ANY uni course. There was a long list of subjects with classes interrupted by field work.

            Guys, I dips me lid!

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          Hanrahan

          Vets claim to be far more knowledgable on diet than MDs.

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            Yonason

            Probably so. Not as much money to be made keeping animals sick as it is humans: hence the emphasis on treating symptoms than preventing disease.

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        Kalm Keith

        Insurance and liability; undoubtedly.

        My doctor does Not administer the Vaxxine.

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        Chris

        An interesting letter on “The Conservative Woman” from a female doctor who hypothesized the reason that doctors had not spoken out against the lack of treatments for covid cases was that doctors were “good’ people.
        By this she meant they were the hard working, adult pleasing, obedient students at school, at high school and at university. They like to conform and belong to their cohort and hate to rock the boat. It is in their nature, she said to obey their superiors. To break away with independent thought and action meant ostracism and possibly loss of job and loss of status that they worked so hard for.

        Added to this is the deference they were given at uni. My son-in-law did medicine at UWA. In first year, they were told they were special, banks plied them with very low rate credit cards and the local service station sold fuel to the med students at special discount rates. It wouldn’t take much persuasion by big Pharma to flatter and manipulate these “good” people.

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        Wet Mountains

        “Soft Corruption” Is that like almost pregnant?

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        Kneel

        “If anyone comes across a well written description of how Big Pharma make it hard for Doctors to not follow the herd, I’m all ears.”

        I think it’s simpler than that.
        They are a GENERAL practitioner – they see everything from cold and flu to cancer and heart disease. They are generalists, not experts. So they defer to specialists and experts when required. It’s not only required (no-one can be expert in everything), but safe – pass the decision on to someone deemed more knowledgeable. How many times have we heard a politician say “I am following the advise of experts”?
        There are a very few who can break this mold and do the work required to find the best solutions. The rest can’t or won’t be bothered, and feel safer passing it on to someone else.
        It’s just human nature, pure and simple – we like to think we are “social” animals, but really we are herd animals. It’s safer to stay in the herd and trample the outsider, than it is to go against the herd and risk being the outsider.

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        Kevin+A

        My nephew, a general contractor, had a customer that owned a 6 story building with 20 offices on each floor. A group of doctors purchased the building filling it with many specialist. The first floor had a common area with two separate eating areas, doctors/workers, 4 days a week caters would pack-in 4~7 course meals for the doctors and what was left over the workers got, all with no cost. The pharmaceutical reps would stop by once a week for their office to office visits and hand out samples, tickets to conferences and plane tickets. There was a waiting list of doctors wanting to work at that office… I was helping my nephew for a couple of weeks 8 years ago, I learned about why my current doctor now tells me that ivermectin has not been tested on Covid-19. Utah, USA.

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    Former NIH researcher

    Asymptomatic spread used to be the problem with Covid.
    Then we create a so-called vaccine that will hide symptoms, even with high viral loads. Great idea.
    In addition we let the vaccinated believe they are less infectious. No wonder we are getting a new wave of infections.

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      Katzenjammer

      People line up to be tested, to find out if they’re sick. What sort of virus is it, that so many don’t know they have it.

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        Kalm Keith

        That says heaps!

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        Serp

        It’s not voluntary their lining up, passing a covid test is a box to be ticked on your employment contract; we’re only a hop and a skip away from interning the unvaccinated. Let’s see what the Victorian government comes up with in its worldwide leadership of despotism.

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    Fromdownunder

    IANAS, but interesting description of virus testing, but this testing describes the development of antibiotics like penicillin or antivirals, not vaccines which trains the body in fighting a virus rather than outright killing it.

    I would say they would have jumped straight to the 2nd step, inject bats with random potential enzymes they picked out of a database/catalogue. Then later infected the bats with covid-19 and see the outcome.

    This to me is a huge factual error of the book that will undermine it’s credibility.

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    Simon

    This is just anti-vaxx nonsense. Vaccines are the best protection we have against a whole host of debilitating diseases. I agree that the American approach to pharmaceuticals is appalling, e.g the Oxycontin disaster, but that is not Fauci’s fault. He is an advisor, it is up to the politicians and regulators to set policy. Fauci’s research into auto-immune responses is outstanding, he is one of the most cited authors in scientific journals.

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      OldOzzie

      Lies, Half-Truths, and Misinformation Used to Sell the Covid Jab

      The efficacy of the vaccines

      Once in office, Joe Biden and his administration openly and vociferously claimed that once people are vaccinated, they would not be susceptible to Covid-19. In this same timeframe the media, the CDC and the pharmaceutical companies were touting the vaccines as nearly 100% effective in preventing Covid-19 infections. Those pronouncements were the key element that convinced so many to get the vaccine as they assumed once they were vaccinated it was a permanent preventative.

      How is it going after 11 months of worldwide mass vaccinations? A look at those countries with the highest percentage of their overall populations that are fully vaccinated reveals:

      Singapore with 85% of the population vaccinated has hit a new high in both covid infections and deaths due to covid-19.

      Iceland with a 77% vaccination rate has reinstituted lockdowns and social distancing as cases and deaths surge hitting new highs.

      Ireland which has achieved a 76% fully vaccinated rate has experienced a surprising and new high in covid cases and deaths thus lockdowns are being reimposed on a local level.

      The Netherlands (74% vaccination rate) has also experienced a dramatic surge in new cases and deaths reaching new highs during the pandemic. The government is also reinstituting lockdowns and other measures.

      In the United States, Vermont with the highest level of fully vaccinated among the fifty states, (72%) has hit a record high in new cases of Covid-19.

      It should be noted that the preponderance of the increase in cases and deaths experienced by these countries were among their vaccinated population. Thus, putting a lie to not only the efficacy of the vaccines but the folly of imposing vaccine mandates.

      – The safety of the vaccines
      – Natural immunity versus vaccine immunity
      – Do the Covid vaccines cause variants?

      The approval process for the vaccines

      After the FDA issued Emergency Use Authorizations for the various Covid-19 vaccines, the public was reassured by Dr. Fauci and other in the government medical bureaucracy that there was full transparency, and no shortcuts were taken by the pharmaceutical companies.

      A U.S. subcontractor for Pfizer working on the Covid-19 vaccine has been accused by a company executive of cutting corners, skewing data, and putting patients at risk as they were under enormous pressure to produce results.

      What other shortcuts or data skewing were there during the trials and subsequent rollouts by the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA?

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        RickWill

        Those data points are selective and dated. They are trying to portray something that is nonsense.

        UAE is the most vaccinated country. Daily cases are less than 100. Daily deaths fractional because some days there are no deaths.

        Singapore – cases have been declining for three weeks – daily deaths in single digits.

        Iceland has had one Covid death in 3 months.

        Ireland’s average daily death rate is in single digits.

        Netherlands is now behind Australia in vaccinated rate – Netherlands has not hit the 80% needed to get the infection rate under 1 with normal mobility.

        Vermont is averaging 1.4 Covid deaths per day. They only have 72% of the population vaccinated.

        Russia has one of the lowest level of vaccinations and they are still recorded 1200 daily Covid deaths.

        It is clear that at least 80% of population needs to be vaccinated to get the infection rate under 1 with normal mobility. Also apparent that the vaccine dramatically lowers the risk of death.

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        Old Ozzie
        You make a small mistake here. Calling these treatments vaccines is completely wrong. They are treatments and do not meet the original definition of vaccines, in fact the CDC, disgracefully, changed the vaccine definition to accommodate them. Their efficacy collapses quickly and over time those treated become more susceptible to infection than those not treated.

        Joe or Jill Average hears “vaccine” and the automatic assumption is that immunity is assured and transmission is all but eliminated. We need to cease misnaming these concoctions and at the same time need to cease their use until a full and proper review of the deaths and disabling being caused by their use. Its abundantly clear from the Soviet style silencing and the “nothing to see here” attitude that there are massive problems behind the curtain of lies

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          I wouldn’t focus much on the definition. It’s not a treatment either. More a prophylactic, which may or may not have a risk benefit ratio worth using, depending on your age, risk factors and access to alternatives. And since the prophylactic uses our immune systems even though the CDC changed the definition I can’t get that excited. If something gives my immune system an early warning, I’d call it a vaccine (albeit, not that effective).

          Though the whole concept of herd immunity can be tossed out the window.

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            Analitik

            You can’t be that dismissive of the wording

            Profit of boom’s point is that the AVERAGE person, not someone who has studied immunology, hears vaccine and believes it will provide immunity. This is compounded by government messaging that we will vaccinate our way out of the pandemic.

            The government has walked back from claiming that the vaccines will provide herd immunity now but they originally did and many people got vaccinated on that premise. Over 200,000 people in NSW have not followed up on a second vaccination shot by the end of the prescribed interval and it’s likely they didn’t because the messaging changed.

            Wording is important given the history of human vaccines. Agricultural vaccines have long been leaky and short term in efficacy but the general public are not aware of this.

            Human vaccines have been held to much tighter requirements for safety and efficacy until now and people need to understand these spike protein, gene therapy vaccines are NOT in the same league as other properly approved, human, especially childhood, vaccines. “First do no harm” has gone out the window and without making the distinction with different wording, it’s deception.

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            Hanrahan

            Though the whole concept of herd immunity can be tossed out the window.

            I must ask: Why?

            With the usual disclaimer that I am a mechanic I have done a lot of observing and it seemed to me that late in 2020 the worst hit states in the US were coming sharply off their peaks and people who have a right to be heard were saying that acquired immunity + natural immunity might be approaching 60% at which point RO should be <1.

            What happened? You should not force the jab into people who individually don't want it unless you can prove conclusively that it enables herd immunity.

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        peter

        “What other shortcuts or data skewing were there during the trials and subsequent rollouts by the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA?”

        I bet most people do not know that standard drug research procedure allows up to 20% of volunteers tested to be dropped from the study results early if they present with difficult side effects from the drug. How do you like that? People who get seriously sick from taking the drug can be removed from the study population early so that their bad results from taking the drug don’t confound the study results. This (get-out-of-jail-free card) was used in the research on Statin drugs to lower blood cholesterol. Err there is no solid scientific evidence to support the theory that cholesterol causes heart disease and cholesterol may well be just a coincidental deposit in the damaged arteries of heart attack victims.

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          another ian

          I guess that is how they park the dead ones?

          See #43

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          Hanrahan

          People who had a bad reaction to the first jab refused the second so were not included in the trial. A young lady giving congressional testimony spoke of this. She was wiped like a dirty bum.

          And the trials excluded pregnant women. They have been vaxxed anyway with miscarriages in the first trimester rising from 10% to 80%. Did we learn nothing from thalidomide?????

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        Lucky

        After reading that
        “Those data points are selective and dated.”,
        I went to the American Thinker link, which has a date of 16 Nov 2021.

        In the article there are links to the source data -Johns Hopkins University of Medicine- from which I got the following dates for the data referenced:

        Singapore 30 Oct 2021
        Iceland 15 Nov 2021
        Ireland 16 Nov 2021
        The Netherlands 16 Nov 2021

        Is the claim ” ..data points are selective and dated.”
        borne out?
        Yes if 18 days at most means old worthless data.
        No, otherwise.

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        Tel

        You can add Chile to the list of high vaccination countries now going through a major outbreak, although so far not as many deaths in this wave as earlier waves.

        It has only started winding up … they might be in for at least another month, maybe two. Good luck to those people, but no sign of it slowing the spread in Chile.

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      Take off your rosy glasses ! :d

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      TedM

      This has nothing to do with being ant[-vaxx and you know it, so don’t lie. This has to do with what actually happens in the real world and what happened in the real world of Anthony Fauci and many of those who have profited in a number of ways that only the sociopathic can justify to themselves.

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      Ross

      Simon, you’re right, we have a lot to thank vaccines for in terms of the reduction of diseases like polio, measles etc. Last year when COVID began there was early talk of vaccines. Most people experienced in the field said that was great but “good” vaccines would take years. Hence, the surprise with mRNA technology and Operation warp speed when vaccines became available early 2021. But no surprise now, when we know these are sub standard “leaky” vaccines. They are not strerilizing vaccines which took ( in some cases ) decades to develop. So their development was definitely rushed. At best all they do is speed up the immune response in people with poor health/immune systems to have quicker antibody response. That’s it. But even then, in that vulnerable group, the world is still experiencing significant mortalities after vaccination. In most of the normal healthy population good natural immune responses were going to be achieved anyway, even without vaccines. I’m trying hard not to be a conspiracy theorist. But all the way along this COVID saga the name “Fauci” keeps bobbing up.

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      Simon

      Read the real research results. AstraZeneca and Pfizer offer at least 90% protection from death caused by the Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. They are the best tools we have against a highly contagious mutating virus.
      https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMc2113864
      https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa2108891
      Yes, the efficacy reduces over time but these can be significantly enhanced through booster shots. The NY Times has an excellent summary article. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/11/11/science/vaccine-waning-immunity.html

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        shortie+of+greenbank

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l34v01crsc

        If only there was something that could protect the sportsmen from collapsing, and often dying, on the pitch? These super athletes at virtually 0 ‘risk’ of death from covid are dropping at impossibly high numbers this year. Surely there is something we can do to ‘protect’ them?

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        clarence.t

        “enhanced through booster shots”

        How many are you prepared to take, and how often ?

        And in several years, you will look like a pin-cushion, if your heart and blood system lasts that long.

        Enjoy !! 😉

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        TedM

        Apart from the fact that you chose to ignore the relevance of “Another Ian’s” comment at 6.3.1. You also appear to be unaware of the issues of getting regular booster shots. That is exactly how you desensitise and I repeat “desensitise” someone to an allergen. The purpose is to suppress the immune reaction to that allergen. The outcome of repeated boosters could well lead to suppressed immune response to the covid19 virus. So more is not necessarily better.
        []ED

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        Chris

        Simon , you need to do some research on the ARR number and the RRR number.

        For example say the chance of death in an unvaccinated person is 1% ; that is the RRR number. If you are vaccinated then your chance of death is 10% of the 1% which is the ARR number. The vaccine has increased your chances of survival by 90%.

        Instead of your chances of dying being 1% when unvaccinated, once vaccinated your chances now of dying are 0.1%.

        Without lying, big Pharma can say we have increased your rate of survival by 90%.

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      Kalm Keith

      Simon says;

      “Vaccines are the best protection we have against a whole host of debilitating diseases.”

      And, as usual I totally agree.

      If only we had a vaccine for SarsCov-2 aka CV19!

      Sadly all we have at the moment is experimental gene liquid, the “Jabberwocky”, and the invasive “up your nose” secondary cash cow that can find minute traces of FauCov19 or anything else microbial and report it as fully fledged Kovid 19.

      Either way, a real money maker.

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      I have never been an ant-vaxxer per se. In fact, I often like to tell people in the current controversy that I have received almost every vaccine known to man. It is a gross exaggeration, of course, but I have really had an enormous number of exotic vaccines due to travel in unusual parts of the world. My child also also the normal childhood vaccines like Triple Antigen & specific other childhood vaccines.

      I have only had one adverse reaction – to a tetanus vaccine- which was pretty terrifying for a teenager, as I was at the time. It made me wary, but as my later injections show – not prejudicial.

      Now I confess that in early 2020, when the COVID scourge was gathering momentum, I was as keen as anyone for a vaccine to be developed ASAP. It was not until the COVID vaccines of the US & UK began to be used in vaccinations that “signals” via adverse reactions began to alarm some sections of the international virologist community that I began to have concern. As a result of a concentrated effort to gather as much opinion as I could from various epidemiology, virology and vaccinology professionals writing in journals and elsewhere, I could to justify vaccination after a reasonable risk analysis of virus v vaccine.

      So that is my position.

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        Tides of Mudgee

        As a result of a concentrated effort to gather as much opinion as I could from various epidemiology, virology and vaccinology professionals writing in journals and elsewhere, I could to justify vaccination after a reasonable risk analysis of virus v vaccine.

        So that is my position.

        Vicki, I’m not sure what your position, are you going to vax or not. ToM

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      eilert

      You forgot the sarc … /sarc, or do you really believe this?

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        Kalm Keith

        Vicki is simply saying that she formed her view on the basis of the peer reviewed documentation.

        She was trusting at that time.

        What you might now ask is whether she changed her opinion about that original documentation?

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          Robert Swan

          Kalm Keith,

          Lesson in nesting: the equal indents should have told a seasoned JoNovaer like you that eilert wasn’t replying to Vicki. Besides the indent, the comment is #7.9, so it’s the ninth direct response to Simon at #7.

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    Bill gates admits in interview that whilst the vaccine provides protection against serious illness it doesn’t stop you catching it or passing it on.

    https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/if-bill-gates-himself-says-the-jabs-dont-work/

    He suggests we need to think again.

    Hopefully such s high profile intervention will confirm the dystopian vaccine passports are not needed as they provide no protection against anything

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    Louise

    Apparently Fauci is the one to blame for barring early treatments for Covid – a pox upon him.

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    Former NIH researcher

    Isn’t it very naive to believe everything that big pharma companies claim about their own products. Especially if they can make billions from twisting truth.

    We don’t trust this kind of self promotion in other fields. Do we let students determine their own grades? Do we let criminals fill the jury with their own family members?

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    RossP

    ” Vaccines are the best protection we have against a whole host of debilitating diseases” Traditional vaccines maybe, Simon. But the jab is not the same technology. Totally different, so much so they had the CDC change the definition of a vaccine so the jab could fit into their story telling and not be challenged, legally.

    PS. I doubt Fauci has done any real research for decades. We all know how the “bosses” become co-authors to papers even when they have not done of the real work.

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    OldOzzie

    The Unvaccinated: An Inconvenient Control Group in a Sinister Social Experiment

    Back when the experts didn’t know if the new vaccines would even be “effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 infections,” the government, media, corporations, and public health intelligentsia still relentlessly pushed the stuff on Americans while proclaiming that they were 90-percent effective, and Dr. Anthony Fauci openly presumed that we’d “really need for 75-to-85-percent of the population to get vaccinated to achieve herd immunity.”

    All of that information can be found in a single article from December of 2020. Today, we’ve hit Dr. Fauci’s once-supposed sweet spot for vaccination rates (among adults, at least), thanks to a propaganda campaign that neglected to publicize any potential risks while promoting benefits that have proven to be impossible to attain.

    There was never any proven evidence that the vaccines were effective in staving off COVID infections. Yet we now know what was unknown then, even as they pushed for four-in-five Americans to become vaccinated, and that is that the vaccines are not at all effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 infections.

    That’s right. Get the vaccine, or don’t get the vaccine, and you can still get symptomatic infections while presenting the risk of infection to others.

    The “unvaccinated” are now the target of the government because they represent an uncontrolled minority that can be blamed for the ills of society, sure. But most importantly, there is now a desperate push to vaccinate this last one-fifth of American adults. The unvaccinated are an inconvenient control group to set against the variable of the vaccinated population — especially since any honest appraisal of this social experiment we’ve undertaken this past year would clearly undermine the government’s hypothesis that was once presented about the vaccines’ efficacy.

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      Ian1946

      How inconvenient will it be if in 6 months time the “fully Vaxxed” start experiencing serious side effects from the booster. A sizeable unvaccinated minority who experience no ill effects will severely damage the accepted narrative.

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      Absolutely. We are the control group and are an inconvenience to the “narrative.”

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    red edwards

    This needs to be in another thread, but this is the active one.

    The new Pfizer anti-viral press release.

    https://www.pfizer.com/news/press-release/press-release-detail/pfizers-novel-covid-19-oral-antiviral-treatment-candidate

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      ColA

      1 study conducted by Pfizer on their own drug with 600 test patients and 1 study on hamsters!
      Now you watch Fauci and Co approve it @ $700 US a pop it’s a bargain, it’s a God send, it’s a bloody miracle!

      I truly wish/hope they are dusting off the chairs and adding extra in Nuremburg!!

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      Brenda Spence

      So , seeing that the vaccines dont work very well, Pfizer develops a drug to help keep the rivers of gold rolling in.

      They have stopped trials already.

      At the recommendation of an independent Data Monitoring Committee and in consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Pfizer will cease further enrollment into the study due to the overwhelming efficacy demonstrated in these results and plans to submit the data as part of its ongoing rolling submission to the U.S. FDA for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) as soon as possible.

      It is a protease inhibitor… um …isnt ivermectin a protease inhibitor? No, no, no, of course not! (Seems to be quite a bit of debate on this subject)

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        shortie+of+greenbank

        Dr John Campbell, for all his simping for vaccination, has a comparison between the new fizzer drug and ivermectin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufy2AweXRkc

        He comes out scathing at the audacity of these companies to do this and for governments to continue to block using ivermectin to treat covid.

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        Bruce

        Pfizermectin?

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          Bruce, for the sake of accuracy, the new Pfizer drug is not just an ivermectin with a tweak. It’s quite a different molecule.

          But of course, if their new drug worked as well as ivermectin and cost $3k it might still not be approved. If there is any alternative to vaccines with a high success rate there goes the EUA. So much better to sell a semi effective anti-viral as a “back up”. I’m so cynical.

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    max

    Aristotle regarded democracy as simply a mob, operating by consensus, for instant gratification.

    Aristotle correctly believed democracy creates perverse incentives for politicians to promise benefits at public expense and citizens to feed at the public trough. Democracies have always ended in bankrupting their governments.

    Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn
    Democracy, the rule of the worse part of the people for their own benefit. in a democracy the majority happens to be the worse part of the nation. It will indeed be the case in every nation that the lower “half” of the social pyramid is by farther “bigger half,”which means that the people of quality can always be outvoted.

    the fact remains that democracy rests on two pillars: majority rule and political equality;
    democracy, rests not on reason but on volition and subjective preferences.

    William E. H. Lecky:
    There are other ways in which democracy does not harmonize well with liberty. To place the chief power in the most ignorant classes is to place it in the hands of those who naturally care least for political liberty, and who are most likely to follow with an absolute devotion some strong leader.

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      Leo G

      Aristotle regarded democracy as simply a mob, operating by consensus, for instant gratification.

      Aristotle was more interested in ensuring the failure of democracy rather than its success. He was famous for his tutoring of three of history’s more ruthless dictators: Alexander, Ptolemy and Cassander.

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      shortie+of+greenbank

      The build back better theme is the idea of removing the unwashed masses from the decision making process because technocrats are obviously going to do such a great job right?

      We see in the UK and in other countries even if voted in many decisions are at the mercy of government officials, unelected as they are, that continue to push their own agendas regardless of the ‘mandate’ supplied by the populace to the government. Sure there are terrible decisions that can occur politically but what else to replace it with and how do we fix the issue of unelected officials?

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        RobB

        Yes, quite right, its actually the other way around – it’s when democracy fails that real disaster happens. Think Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Pol Pot…..

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      OldOzzie

      Enter the so-called ‘epidemic of the unvaccinated’ and, separately, the supposed risks to others posed by the unvaccinated. As to the first, dismiss it out of hand. Yes, during the initial aftermath of mass vaccinations, the unvaccinated are more likely, pound for pound, to become seriously ill or die. But if that were the real ongoing problem, why the focus on booster shots? The real ongoing problem is that the effectiveness of the vaccines wane. That’s why in the UK during October (from the 4th to 31st), of the 3,604 people hospitalised aged 70 and over, 3,164 had been fully vaccinated.

      Academic rigour, journalistic flair? Flatulence has more to recommend it.

      Incidentally, consider those unnamed reports, cited by Robinson and Baker, from the Victorian Department of Health showing rates of infection among the vaccinated and unvaccinated. Only those bereft of inquiring minds would look no further. UK data for October (refer table 5, p 20) provide a more mature picture.

      Only in the 29 years and younger age groups do unvaccinated persons per 100,000 become infected at a higher rate. Older than that, the infection rate among the vaccinated is, on the whole, about twice that of the unvaccinated. Go figure, but there it is.

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        Broadie

        Try Table 4 Page 15. Table 5 gets a little confusing as who knows why these young people are presenting to hospital in the first place. Is the positive test an admission test? Why else would a young person have a test?

        Table 4. COVID-19 deaths (a) within 28 days and (b) within 60 days of positive specimen or with COVID-19 reported
        on death certificate, by vaccination status between week 40 and week 43 2021

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          Analitik

          People in the UK get tested on admission, no matter what the reason that they get admitted for in the first place – you could be in a car accident, get tested and be positive and you end up in the CoViD stats

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      markx

      All data are here for UK: Weeks 39 to 45.
      https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-vaccine-weekly-surveillance-reports

      You need to look at the per 100,000 specimens test data to make a comparison: in weeks 43, 44, 45 report it is table 5.
      I expect the ”deaths within 60 days of a positive test” data includes the 60 days deaths it is pretty much a 5x reduction across all age groups.

      Not brilliant by most vaccine standards, but still better than no vaccine.

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    Sam

    This is another shameful politisation of a pandemic. Climate disinformation, the ‘stolen’ election, the great reset, the pattern continues.

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    Travis T. Jones

    Dr David Martin Exposes the ‘The Great Reset and covid19 vaccines’ agenda

    “David says that Peter Daszak of Ecohealth Alliance and Anthony Fauci were the architects of pandemic and of the plan to profit on the forced-vaxxination of everybody on the planet, which goes back to at least 2016 in a document titled “Developing Medical Countermeasures (MCMs) for Coronavirus” (link provided) which is part of the “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences”.

    https://thedissedent.page/2021/11/14/dr-david-martin-exposes-the-the-great-reset-and-covid19-vaccines-agenda/

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      David-of-Cooyal-in-Oz

      Thanks Travis,
      I haven’t finished reading it yet, but found this encouraging:

      ” “We’ve got to set a single goal: Anthony Fauci in chains and in jail. That’s our goal, because that ends…the Emergency Use Authorization and what that does, is it puts the liability for every injury and death back on the companies, because the minute we get a felony conviction, the entire EUA has been pierced. If we get a single felony – one felony – there is no shield of immunity, because the ’86 act and the PREP Act say that you get immunity unless. Unless –” ”

      Cheers
      Dave B

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    Yonason

    He who questions Fauci is really questioning TRUTH and SCIENCE!!!! (He said so, himself.)
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/fauci-says-attacks-him-attacks-213900935.html

    And you wouldn’t want to oppose truth or science, would you?
    Me neither…

    https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/?s=IVERMECTIN+

    https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/?s=HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE+

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      Greg in NZ

      Jacinda Jellyfish claims she is the “one source of truth” and anything counter to her pronouncements is “misinformation”. The press-gang, her Team Of $55 Million, dutifully repeat and repeat and repeat this mantra. Some folk apparently believe this.

      jellyfish Cnidaria Medusa: pale, spineless, transparent, poisonous, predatory, parasitic, carnivorous, sometimes deadly.

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    He’s a suspicious character even at face value. An 81 year old climate activist who is essentially running disease control for the entire world and has no plans to retire. He clearly has some agendas.

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    David Maddison

    The only reason Fauci doesn’t get paid more is because the US has a law saying that no public serpent can get paid more than the President, a good law.

    Australia has no similar law, hence the outrageous salaries of some senior government employees.

    As of 9 months ago Australia has 27 public serpents earning more than $1 million.

    https://www.9news.com.au/national/the-public-servants-earning-more-than-1-million-a-year/976b7dba-a34f-4930-8803-7eaff0367e65

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    David Maddison

    Despite what a despicable character he is he certainly doesn’t look nearly 81 years old and is mentally very sharp as seen from the rapidity with which he can think up excuses and misrepresentations when being interrogated by Rand Paul etc..

    I wonder what his secret of youth is? I hate to think….

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      David-of-Cooyal-in-Oz

      Perhaps he’s learnt the benefits of vitamin D. He was on 9000IU per day, which is probably enough for his weight.
      And of course, HCQ and zinc.
      Cheers
      Dave B

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    David Maddison

    It’s an interesting alliance between the lies and propaganda of Big Pharma and the Left.

    Once, traditional working class Leftists would have been sceptical or even hostile toward Big Pharma now they are fully supportive and even propagandise for free for them. And the Left is mainly dominated by the super rich and Elites now, with no concern for the working classes whose needs are better met by conservatives.

    It is now conservatives who are sceptical or hostile toward Big Pharma.

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      Forrest Gardener

      Indeed. And there are a whole raft of inversions of traditional roles. Remember free speech?

      It’s like the child asking its mother in Fahrenheit 451 whether firemen really used to put fires out.

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    Brenda Spence

    We have got it all wrong, society’s right supercede our personal ones!

    Quote from Fauci

    One of the things that to me was most difficult to accept is that we put together a good plan for how we were going to try and dampen down the spread of infection early on thinking that that was accepted by everybody,” Fauci said to Koppel. “And then, the next day you have the president [Trump] saying, ‘Free Michigan. Free Virginia.’ I didn’t quite understand what the purpose of that was, except to put this misplaced perception about people’s individual right to make a decision that supersedes the societal safety. That, to me, is one of the things that, I think, went awry in all of this.”

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/11/fauci-misplaced-perception-peoples-individual-right-make-decision-supersedes-societal-safety-video/

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      Forrest Gardener

      It’s a jarring thing to say but it isn’t a big step from the usual proviso that you are free to do whatever you want providing you do not harm others. And who but a sociopath would knowingly go forth into a public place knowing they will infect others? And then it morphs into the partial truth that injections will protect others from disease.

      It’s the corollary which is the sting in the tail – the unspoken demand that the world must do what he says. That and the idea that people he designates should be excluded from society regardless of whether they really pose a risk to anybody.

      And then of course there is the sociopathic actions of mandating untested medications on individuals.

      The more you think about the whole thing the worse it gets.

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    David Maddison

    One of the standard criticisms of the Left, including Fauci, of Ivermectin is that it is a “horse dewormer”. Of course, that is true, just as it is a “human dewormer”.

    I can never understand why Leftists don’t understand that many or most human drugs are also used for treatment of domestic mammals.

    Being mammals, we have very similar physiology (hence human drugs being tested in mammals like rats, guinea pigs, dogs, non-human primates etc., except covid “vaccines” which are tested in humans). The question is why most drugs wouldn’t have a dual use application?

    No wonder the Left is at war against science, reason and proper education.

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      Forrest Gardener

      It is the height of fashion inside the hive mind to not remember and not understand.

      And therein lies the problem for the hive mind in the longer term. They have to remember what they don’t remember and do not understand. Otherwise cognitive dissonance will kick in and they will … heaven help them … learn.

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      OldOzzie

      One of the standard criticisms of the Left, including Fauci, of Ivermectin is that it is a “horse dewormer”

      Yes but Racehorse are worth Multi Millions (much more than Humans) and yet they risk giving them Ivermectin

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    Rupert Ashford

    This will be fascinating to watch. The Kennedys are leftist royalty so I wonder how the MSM is going to go about discrediting this book without #$%^&ing on their own doorstep.

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    Turtle

    “Gates calls what he does philanthropy capitalism, [the idea that] you can use philanthropy to make money.”

    Reminds me of Ayn Rand, especially Atlas Shrugged.

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      David Maddison

      It is rare to meet a Leftist who is truly philanthropic. Most of their attempts at charity are either for 1) undeserved recognition or 2) tax deductions or 3) have some self-interest or ideological interest involved such as Gates’ desire to substantially depopulate the world or 4) push an ideological agenda such as “green” energy for Africa, thus keeping Africans impoverished or 5) involve other people’s money (the usual for a Leftist).

      Obviously it doesn’t matter how you (legally) make your money, you should be charitable with it (or services you may offer).

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    Ross Yandle

    https://t.co/liwH5cMmjp.
    This aligns with the book.

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    Dipole

    Well, with that story, I wonder how Vaccine companies like Novavax will fair.

    I know that they have been taking a loooong time to reach market. This in itself raises suspicions.

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      Forrest Gardener

      Yes Novavax is a problem for the powers that be.

      What would any bureaucrat do if they had a medication which is at least as effective as the existing medications but came with none of the known side effects?

      Let’s see. If I was said bureaucrat I’d hide the side effects and keep the new medication from the market. And cross my fingers that a new wonder drug appeared to eliminate the need for the new medication.

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    Kalm Keith

    It’s good to have a “name” like RFK jr making this statement.

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    another ian

    From Chiefio

    “A fascinating look at the ways in which bacteria and viruses exchange genetic information. I knew about them exchanging plasmids but had no idea about them just eating up scraps of other dead things and incorporating the DNA / RNA they find.

    Good background material for understanding bacterial resistance problems AND virus mutation issues. I find it interesting that sewage is a big mode of bacterial genetic exchange…

    https://youtu.be/GzCLp1KBf4Q

    https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2021/10/29/w-o-o-d-29-october-2021/#comment-152533

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      another ian

      ” I find it interesting that sewage is a big mode of bacterial genetic exchange…”

      An unadvertised “feature” of Bondi?

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    Kalm+Keith

    I was talking with Anthony the other day and he said:

    ” I’d tell you a Covid joke, but there’s a 99.696% chance you wouldn’t get it.”

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    Yonason

    He who questions Fauci is really questioning TRUTH and SCIENCE!!!! (He said so, himself.)
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/fauci-says-attacks-him-attacks-213900935.html

    And you wouldn’t want to oppose truth or I science, would you?

    Me neither…
    https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/?s=IVERMECTIN+

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    Mark+Allinson

    A meme seen online:

    UNVAXXED SPERM – THE NEW BITCOIN.

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    David Maddison

    Instead of a bloody Marxist revolution, the Left have decided to slightly more slowly destroy Western Civilisation and capitalism through a manufactured and manipulated health crisis plus the anthropogenic global warming fraud.

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    Catherine

    https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/experts-from-singapore-canada-the-uk-and-the-us-give-australia-living-with-covid-advice/ar-AAQMqxD?ocid=msedgntp

    ‘ABC Health
    Experts from Singapore, Canada, the UK and the US give Australia ‘living with COVID’ advice
    By the Specialist Reporting Team’s Nick Sas
    We asked leading experts in four countries — Canada, Singapore, the US and the UK — about “living with COVID”.

    UK:
    – Professor Gurdasani said for Australia, she recommended the vaccination of children and teenagers as soon as possible.

    “Lots of transmission happens in schools, and we’re seeing this right now in the UK.”

    – According to epidemiologist John Edmonds from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the removal of mask mandates and not vaccinating teenagers before they returned to school were the main “mistakes” the UK made.

    US:
    – About 69 per cent of the country’s population aged over 12 is fully vaccinated, with a booster program now being rolled out across the country.

    According to Harvard University’s Bill Hanage, the US — like Australia — is going through a state-by-state pandemic, but in a very different way.

    “Poorly vaccinated places have struggled,” the professor of evolution and epidemiology of infectious disease said.

    – Stanford University professor of medicine and health economist Jay Bhattacharya, who has been critical of blunt lockdowns, said the “biggest tragedy” had been the failure to protect the elderly, who had died “in enormous numbers” across the country.

    He said lockdowns led many people to skip essential health services, including cancer screening, elective surgeries, and many other important health priorities.

    – Professor Hanage’s advice for Australia was simple: “Don’t think vaccines will make the virus disappear,” he said.

    CANADA:
    – Colin Furness, an infection control epidemiologist based at the University of Toronto, said Canada — like Australia — had no “one narrative for COVID”, with public health organised and run by its large provinces.

    However, he said the one factor he wished all governments would introduce was “mass use of rapid tests”.

    “They’re not diagnostic tools, but they are absolutely brilliant screening tools,” Professor Furness said.

    SINGAPORE:
    – Professor Yik-Ying Teo, Dean of the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore, said despite the number tracking lower in Victoria and NSW, Australian states “must prepare” for a rise in infection numbers.

    “And with the surge in infections, there will be an increase in the demand for hospital resources,” he said.

    “And I’d encourage [the Australian government] to communicate to the public that vaccinations alone will not be sufficient.
    Natural infections will be needed to complement the protection from the vaccines, which means there will be an increase in the number of infections [and] of people who will be hospitalised.”

    – Professor Tikki Pang, a microbiologist and former WHO director of research policy for infectious disease clusters, said there needed to be a continued focus on hospitalisations and deaths in Australia — not case numbers.
    “Maintain and enforce proven public health measures and targeted testing [and] keep an eye on the availability of new treatments.”

    at the end of 2018:
    ‘Safety: better understanding of vaccine adverse effects is needed – these can include inflammation or autoimmune reactions.

    There is still a lot of work to be done before mRNA vaccines can become standard treatments, in the meantime, we need a better understanding of their potential side effects, and more evidence of their long term efficacy.’ ‘

    So, it is the end of 2021 now ….

    patient: “Will it be safe to vaccinate my 5 year old?”

    doctor: “The benefits outweigh the risks.”

    patient: “Really, are you sure?”

    doctor: “….” (That will be difficult to answer….)

    ‘In particular, vaccination strategies need to be more nuanced and targeted, and new Covid-19 vaccines need to be configured within an overall public health strategy that will differ in profile for different countries.
    Strategies should also consider the already acquired natural immunity amongst those that have been infected [50], [51].
    An optimal mix of policies should be chosen according to a careful risk-benefit assessment, adopting the precautionary principle to new vaccines, and ensuring public health policy coherence.’

    In Australia we can make our own path. We could/should use early treatment, together with the vaccines (who I hope are safe) and….

    Doctors could be advised on the drugs to be prescribed for early treatment, ready for our Winter! And doctors could/should be allowed to give their own advise and discuss it with their patients.

    ——————

    In general I am pro vaccination: Polio, whooping cough, etc…this is a no-brainer for me.
    so I don’t agree with everything Kennedy is saying, but it is always worth listening to a lot of different people.

    (And I lost confidence in Fauci a long time ago. The US is in urgent need of a new advisor.

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      Catherine

      winter time in Europe:
      – In Austria, the government said it wanted a lockdown for those not vaccinated against or recovered from the coronavirus, while Vienna city authorities said they would start vaccinating children as young as five — a first in the EU.

      – Belgium:
      “Empty the kitchen table again. Working from home is coming up… again”

      – Dutch premier Mark Rutte announced at least three weeks of lockdown measures targeting restaurants, shops and sporting events to curb a record spike in coronavirus infections.

      In its weekly risk assessment, the European Centre for Disease Control listed Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland and Slovenia in its highest category of concern.
      ———-
      I can’t imagine people in Melbourne having to go in lockdown again next year in Winter….this would be a disaster!

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      John r t

      “. . . The US is in urgent need of a new advisor.”
      His boss announced he retires, at the end of the year.
      Fauci should follow.

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    Furiously+Curious

    On the last open tread there was early discussion on shingles, and I remember the FLCCC guys saying they were finding that shingles was a collateral casualty, of taking IVM.

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      HI FC… instead of just relying on you remembering it, it would help to see the source of the quote which might enable us to know what data/evidence the source was using.

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    Major. Distraction

    Correction to the article, Dr. Fauci is otherwise known as the six million dollar man. Great to see the truth, finally being revealed. Glad to see comments here, challenged also. If and when, we hold those to account, there is only another hurdle! FREE JULIAN ASSANGE… Without his sacrifice for truth. We would still be oblivious to the obvious. And if you think some of the US administration is rotten to the core, it is time to look harder at our own. Which with little players like our marionette PM, it doesn’t go unnoticed who he bends the knee to. And who are the wealth drivers of our national GDP.

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    Major. Distraction

    First case of postmortem study in a patient vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1201971221003647

    Highlights
    •We report on a patient with a single dose of vaccine against SARS-CoV-2.

    •He developed relevant serum titer levels but died 4 weeks later.

    •By postmortem molecular mapping, we found viral RNA in nearly all organs examined.

    •However, we did not observe any characteristic morphological features of COVID-19.

    •Immunogenicity might be elicited, while sterile immunity was not established.

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    Analitik

    In an interview, Dr Robert Malone said he was given a pre-release copy of the book so he could write the forward and the content was so stunning that he was depressed for a couple weeks.

    Being in the medical industry, he was disheartened by the extent of the corruption that encompassed the work he was involved with.

    This is why he has become more outspoken about what is being done wrongly and the actions we should be taking for dealing with CoViD in the past 2 months than previously.

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    another ian

    “Turns out not all is well in Pfizer-world:”

    “Pfizer told the world 15 people who received the vaccine in its trial had died as of mid-March. Turns out the real number then was 21, compared to only 17 deaths in people who hadn’t been vaccinated.

    Pfizer somehow miscounted – or publicly misreported, or both – the number of deaths in one of the most important clinical trials in the history of medicine.

    And the FDA’s figures paint a notably more worrisome picture of the vaccine than the public July numbers. Though the absolute numbers are small, overall deaths were 24 percent higher among vaccine recipients.

    The update also shows that 19 vaccine recipients died between November and March, compared to 13 placebo recipients – a difference of almost 50 percent.”

    http://www.smalldeadanimals.com/2021/11/17/uh-oh-there-goes-the-narrative/

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      Analitik

      The overall mortality did not change between the vaccinated and the control group. The only “success” for those measure was that there were fewer CoViD deaths which suggests that overall, there is no benefit of vaccination.

      A proper trial would have investigated this but they purposely destroyed the control groups of all the vaccines to prevent proper follow up.

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        Hanrahan

        The overall mortality did not change between the vaccinated and the control group.

        That’s not right. Assuming equal numbers in control and trial, overall deaths rose by 4 in absolute terms.

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      another ian

      See #7.1.4 also

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    James Murphy

    The level of accuracy in this book can be judged by the volume of media reports “debunking” or “fact checking” it. The more negative press it gets, the more accurate the content, at least this seems to be the way of the world now.

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    PeterS

    I like simple to the point messages like this one… How Aboriginal elder Jimmy Fejo warns his people
    Its cuts right through the bu..s…

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    PeterS

    Hmmm, this makes a lot of sense (and perhaps dollars)… Keep your job, become very rich

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    Steve of Cornubia

    My order for Ivermectin 6mg tablets arrived this afternoon. All seems well. I have 300 tablets, so enough to use as a prophylactic if I choose. I bought enough to treat the whole family, knowing how hard it is to get. I have stored the tabs in the fridge, along with a dosage chart I put together based on the FLCCC protocols, with all our body weights accounted for, because I don’t want to be doing the math when it’s urgent and I have Covid brain fog.

    I don’t intend to take it unless I think we may have been exposed, and that might happen soon because the state border opens up on Friday, allowing ‘vaccinated’ people from out-of-state hotspots into Queensland. We might get an outbreak. Initially, the restrictions on entrants are so onerous that I don’t expect a flood, but as we know, it only takes one …

    I’m continuing to take daily vit D & C, quercetin and zinc.

    Then the countdown to house arrest keeps ticking. From December 17, non-vaccinated lepers such as I will be banned from cafes, restaurants, ‘non-essential’ retail, theatres, etc. I am trying to find out who is organising the anti-mandate protests such as the one held in Brisbane today, as my wife and I plan to attend. We have also joined the ‘United Australia Party’, a political party opposed to mandatory vaccination.

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    RobB

    From my own personal experience I can also vouch that ivm is also very effective against the common cold.

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      Hanrahan

      From my own personal experience I can also vouch that ivm is also very effective against the common cold.

      So for all these years they have been lying to us. The common cold is a river of gold for branded elixirs and potions and Dr visits where they don’t need to engage their brain.

      I’ve been thinking for some time now that there is much more at stake this year than the $ billions from the vaxx and the pretend IVM, there is a risk that their whole scam medicine industry will be exposed if Vit D, Zn and a cheap old drug can eradicate seasonal corona viruses and with an improvement in dietary guidelines they already know about WE might all get healthier. MERDE!!!

      I also believe that the scourge of diabetes could be cut back somewhat but insulin and all the paraphernalia are soooo profitable.

      Note: This is not a well grounded belief because I have never lived with a diabetic.

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      Simon

      You recovered from a cold and therefore attributed the recovery to ivermectin. I would put more faith in a randomized, double-blind clinical trial.

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        Kalm Keith

        Simon says;

        ” I would put more faith in a randomized, double-blind clinical trial”.

        And once again we are in complete agreement.

        Certainly, when done by honest, qualified people, that is the case.

        The reason for my intrusion though, is concerned with what you might have been implying; were you trying to get us to believe that this rigorousness has been applied in the case of Kovid19 Vaxxines?

        Surely not because KoVaXXes have not been properly tested due to “time constraints” and other such considerations.

        Nobody’s fault, it just happened that way.

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    john h

    Sorry if this has been covered… but Tucker Carlson in his Nov 15th Fox Nation episode interviews Robert Kennedy. Kennedy likens these agencies like: ” if the EPA is funded by the coal industry”. Sweet heart deals.
    The episode is labeled “Coup de Vax”

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    Dave in the States

    Government employees, and government employed scientists, I automatically assume to be incompetent until proven otherwise.

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      PeterS

      Put simply anything that involves governments is incompetent at best, period. Often they are worse than incompetent. Yet people keep voting them back one or the other major party expecting a better result. Yet the trend over the decades has been on the down not up in terms of government competence. In any other area in life, that would be recognised as a systemic failure.

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    clarence.t

    Covid vaccines “self-destructive” of human body. ?

    https://notrickszone.com/2021/11/17/doomsday-vaccine-german-physician-corona-vaccines-a-programmed-self-destruction-of-the-body/

    Conclusion

    With the mRNA Corona “vaccination”, an unimaginably large number of healthy endogenous cells are marked as foreign with the spike protein and thus given the green light for destruction by the body’s immune system. the immune system has been tricked into destroying billions of healthy cells.

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    Travis T. Jones

    Fauci, Gates admit that the vaccines don’t work as advertised

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/jeremy-hunt-fauci-gates-covid-vaccines-boosters/

    Says booster shots will be necessary.

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    Anton

    Careful with Mercola. He advocates homeopathy (“Nothing is better than this drug”)and argued against the HIV – AIDS link long after it was settled.

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    R.B.

    I’m still fascinated by Uttar Pradesh. An Indian state of 200 million that had a 7 day mean of new cases of 35 000 per day in April. It was down to less than 100 by July, after less than 2 million cases, vaccinations having barely started, and lockdowns less restrictive than Victoria that quickly reached 1000 cases a day or 100 times that of a state with 40 times the population.

    Are What they are doing ignored because of no placebo? Not a double blind study?

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    Travis T. Jones

    Gibraltar, the world’s most fully vaccinated country against covid, cancels Christmas because of rising covid infections.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2021/11/16/geert-vanden-bossche-was-right-the-worlds-most-vaccinated-country-cancels-christmas-due-to-massive-rise-in-covid-19-infections/

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    OldOzzie

    Waning Immunity after the BNT162b2 Vaccine in Israel

    October 27, 2021
    DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa2114228

    BACKGROUND

    In December 2020, Israel began a mass vaccination campaign against coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) by administering the BNT162b2 vaccine, which led to a sharp curtailing of the outbreak. After a period with almost no cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection, a resurgent Covid-19 outbreak began in mid-June 2021. Possible reasons for the resurgence were reduced vaccine effectiveness against the delta (B.1.617.2) variant and waning immunity. The extent of waning immunity of the vaccine against the delta variant in Israel is unclear.

    CONCLUSIONS

    These findings indicate that immunity against the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 waned in all age groups a few months after receipt of the second dose of vaccine.

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      When noted virologist Vanden Bossche initially reviewed the high vaccination rates in Israel, he warned the absence of a natural immunity population to fight the virus would lead to an uncontrollable spread of the virus in the vaccinated community. The higher the vaccination rates, the more serious the spread of the virus amid the population that only carries the immune system protection provided by the vaccine.

      Geerts Vanden Bossche: “The widespread vaccination rate is creating pressure on the virus to mutate into variants with higher levels of contagion. The unvaccinated group has been keeping the pressure down by defeating the virus and carrying natural immunity. However, as the unvaccinated population is increasingly made smaller, the pressure on the virus to mutate increases. Subsequently, these mutations stay at higher or more effective levels of infection.”

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    Major. Distraction

    DR. ROBERT MALONE CALLS FOR STOP OF COVID GENE THERAPY INJECTIONS

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/OPGCjjCHF366/

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