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- Jun 6, 2011
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It seemed to wander all over the place and it was difficult to understand
For you perhaps.
I personally know several close friends that have gotten it, and transmitted it to people they had close contact with. Several had no taste/smell for several days. All fully recovered within a week or so. What are the odds that they all simultaneously got B1 deficiency and then it magically resolved a week later without B1 supplementation?
Also, if B1 deficiency caused by poor nutrition, alcohol, and stress is the true pandemic, death rates should be consistently increasing as this whole thing snowballs. We are seeing the opposite. Death rates have been steadily declining.
The death rates haven't changed year to year. This invalidates your entire argument. Death rates for 2020 were virtually the same as 2019, 2018, on and on.
I'm talking about morbidity not mortality. The stress generated alone by the current fear pandemic causes significant morbidity, aided and abetted by vitamin deficiency.
Show me a study which has definitavely isolated the C19 virus. Even the CDC admits that they don't have it.In order for B1 deficiency to be the culprit there should be studies from blood samples taken that indicate a vitamin B1 deficiency. The studies that I've seen indicate that a vitamin d3 deficiency is evident in something like 95% of the severe cases not vitamin B1.
Any studies based on blood samples,?
Why would the folks who are bringing this totally fake scamdemic, where they aren't allowing any alternative meds which work such as ivermectin to see the light of day, want to allow a theory which might possibly explain the reason for the morbidity that is occurring?
They don't. They will argue against anything impeding thier scamdemic.