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This is 'eye opening' !!!!

BRANDY VAUGHAN EX MERCK REP BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON THE VACCINES COMING FOR ALL OF US! DEAD! 12-7-2020​

San Francisco August 2016,
Brandy Vaughan, EX MERCK VIOXX PHARMAKEIA Sales Rep. turned Whistleblower was a tireless advocate for informed consent, reasonable medical trials and independent oversight to balance the insane power these unscrupulous profit machines hold over all aspects of society.

She was found dead in her home at age 44 on December 7th, 2020. The coroner says she died of bi-lateral Pulmonary Thromboembolus. Pulmonary Embolism Strangely and coincidentally this is the same strange blood clotting adverse reaction causing deaths and ongoing health issues with all of the Covid 19 GMO experimental injections!

Rest In Peace Brandy! Thank you for your courage and waking me up to the coming adult vaccines for everyone! We all miss you!!!!

They killed her. :(
 

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CDC guidance to become optional for cruise lines as COVID continues to spread​

That's interesting, I thought the whole impetus behind the forced jab was "to keep the public safe". Guess I was wrong...

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/cdc-guidance-become-optional-cruise-223442447.html

Cruise lines will no longer be obliged to follow COVID guidance on ships as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC's Framework for Conditional Sailing Order, which was extended and modified in October, will expire Saturday at which point the health agency's COVID guidance for cruise ships will become voluntary, the CDC confirmed to USA TODAY Wednesday. This means cruise lines can choose whether to follow the health agency's guidance or not.

The health agency "is transitioning to a voluntary COVID-19 risk mitigation program" the CDC said in a statement shared by spokesperson David Daigle.

The program includes guidance and recommendations for cruise ships to keep operating in a way that fosters a safer and healthier environment for passengers, crew and impacted communities, according to the CDC.

►CDC monitoring cruise ships for COVID: Here's how to check whether your ship is on the list.

►CDC warns 'avoid cruise travel' after more than 5,000 COVID cases in two weeks amid omicron

"Cruise ships operating in U.S. waters choosing to participate in the program on a voluntary basis agree to follow all recommendations and guidance issued by CDC as part of this program," the CDC continued, noting the recommendations are aimed at reducing the spread of COVID.

Vessels operating in U.S. waters and sailing international itineraries that choose not to participate will be classified as "gray" on the health agency's "Cruise Ship Color Status" website to indicate the CDC hasn't reviewed the health and safety protocols put in place by that ship's operator. Cruise ships that opt-out and sail only in U.S. waters will not be listed at all.

The CDC has relayed the information about the voluntary program to cruise industry members and expects cruise lines to indicate whether or not they will participate "in the coming week."

As of Monday, reported COVID cases had increased 53% from a week earlier, averaging more than 750,000 new infections per day, according to a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins University data.

The CDC added that more information about the voluntary program will be released Saturday, when the CSO expires.

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CSO expires at the heels of CDC's travel warning​

The order, first announced in October 2020, was created by the CDC to lay out a phased approach for the safe resumption of cruising in U.S. waters.

The expiration of the CSO comes just over two weeks after the CDC issued a warning against cruise travel on Dec. 30 after clusters of COVID-19 cases emerged on ships departing from the U.S. and around the globe.

Cruise Lines International Association, the leading trade organization for the cruise industry, said Wednesday that the CDC's decision to move forward with transitioning its CSO to a voluntary program recognizes that the cruise industry has upheld an "unwavering commitment" to COVID mitigation.

"Cruise is the only segment of travel and tourism that requires, prior to embarkation for both passengers and crew, exceedingly high levels of vaccination (approaching 100% compared to only 63% of the U.S. population) and 100% testing of every individual (21 times the rate of the U.S. on land)," CLIA said in a statement shared by Bari Golin-Blaugrund, vice president of strategic communications for CLIA.

The organization continued that cases are identified as a result of "high-frequency" testing and that protocols in place help to contain the spread of COVID on board. The cruise industry is also the only travel sector that has continuously monitored, collected and reported COVID case information to the CDC, CLIA added.

CLIA said that the industry will continue to "be guided by the science and the principle of putting people first."

While it doesn't appear that CDC regulations will hold the industry back or shut it down as it did in March 2020, cruise lines have taken steps of their own in the face of omicron including canceling sailings.

Royal Caribbean International announced Friday that it will pause operations on multiple ships because of COVID-19, canceling some sailings and pushing back one ship's return to cruising. And Norwegian Cruise Line canceled cruises on several of its ships last week as COVID-19 continues to surge with the emergence of the omicron variant.
 

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They killed her. :(
They did, She was a bright, intelligent, lovely and brave girl. She knew she would place herself in harms way but she pushed forward anyway. They got her in the end but not before she sealed their fate. She'll be smiling from the grave before this is over!
 

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It has. We was a very devoted man to the Church.

How are you feeling Avalon?
I'm feeling better. Still no taste and smell so I decided to start a diet :) The brain fog has been the worse part. That and wondering why the old folks over here breezed through this while it almost took my healthy, young son-in-law out.
 
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They did, She was a bright, intelligent, lovely and brave girl. She knew she would place herself in harms way but she pushed forward anyway. They got her in the end but not before she sealed their fate. She'll be smiling from the grave before this is over!
She made the ultimate sacrifice Shooti. She had to leave her son. :( There have been some real heroes in this and she is one.
 

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I never had brain fog... at least, I don't think I did. I don't remember having difficulty thinking.

Walking difficulty yes, until I gained my strength back after a few weeks.

Lost 10lbs and still haven't got that back. I'm not a lard butt by any means, so if it was fat reduction, all the better. 146ish is my weight these days.
 

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Not sure about this, but it explains what I have seen in my workplace.


Top Secret DARPA Documents Show A Conspiracy At The Highest 'Cabal' Levels To Commit The Mass Murder Of Americans And Impose Draconian Dictates Upon The Public​


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seems that those who have gotten the vax and are confused with then getting the C19 disease (whether real or just the flu or cold) refuse to realize what they have done to their bodies. It is increasingly obvious to so many, and now even some of the MSM are beginning to realize, that the vax is creating more illness, more heart attacks, more strokes, sterilizing our young women and causing spontaneous aborting and even death to the breast fed children, sterilizing our men, a dramatic increase in cancer and many other diseases, destroyed lungs, brains, hearts, altered psychological states, and a total destruction of the natural immune system and so much more. It occurs to many that perhaps the reason why the vax has not been absolutely forced on everyone (although that it is the impression that it will be) may be because they know that the harmful reactions and results of the vax spread from those who have been injected to those who have not by those same methods that are described as “contagion”. The supposed method of getting cov19 is by spreading of germs, by airborne transmission like getting close to one another, by breathing in some particles because you failed to wear a mask, by just touching someone with it; and it has NEVER BEEN PROVEN that is the case. It is kabuki theater, Big Pharma knows that is not the case, but they push it anyway. They KNOW that the vaccine IS the disease, NOT the bio-engineered virus. Don’t you think that they knew all along that the spike protein is the cause of the illnesses and deaths? The virus was created to carry the spike protein and give some symptoms to show you have C19 even though otherwise you only had the common cold or flu or maybe even pneumonia. They gave tests to prove you are infected with C19 but those PCR “tests” only show the possibility that you have some sort of corona virus or the other. It is a chemical reaction to some proteins that they say may be C19, but that is as far as those tests can determine anything so that is why they are now not approved even though they are still used, still counted on to determine if you are infected, and are used to fabricate the numbers of new infections for the local news outlet to scare you with and the local governments to create more harsh draconian mandates to limit your Liberties.

This is just a massive lie, a scam, a fabrication to murder you by some method (disease caused by the vax) or another (starvation, imprisonment in concentration camps, murdered in hospitals, etc.). The DISEASE IS THE VACCINE!…”
 

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seems that those who have gotten the vax and are confused with then getting the C19 disease (whether real or just the flu or cold) refuse to realize what they have done to their bodies. It is increasingly obvious to so many, and now even some of the MSM are beginning to realize, that the vax is creating more illness, more heart attacks, more strokes, sterilizing our young women and causing spontaneous aborting and even death to the breast fed children, sterilizing our men, a dramatic increase in cancer and many other diseases, destroyed lungs, brains, hearts, altered psychological states, and a total destruction of the natural immune system and so much more. It occurs to many that perhaps the reason why the vax has not been absolutely forced on everyone (although that it is the impression that it will be) may be because they know that the harmful reactions and results of the vax spread from those who have been injected to those who have not by those same methods that are described as “contagion”.
How is it I knew this from the gitgo...? I'm not a brilliant scientist, but I figured it out a while ago....
 

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I never had brain fog... at least, I don't think I did. I don't remember having difficulty thinking.

Walking difficulty yes, until I gained my strength back after a few weeks.

Lost 10lbs and still haven't got that back. I'm not a lard butt by any means, so if it was fat reduction, all the better. 146ish is my weight these days.
Others here have gotten the brain fog too. I hope it passes as I have things I need to get done. You must be quite spry at your weight. Normally being sick doesn't affect my appetite but this time food is just yuck.
 

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Others here have gotten the brain fog too. I hope it passes as I have things I need to get done. You must be quite spry at your weight. Normally being sick doesn't affect my appetite but this time food is just yuck.
And at my age 69... 5' 8.5"

I play pickleball and just the other day a guy said "You move like you're 18!"
 

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I'm feeling better. Still no taste and smell so I decided to start a diet :) The brain fog has been the worse part. That and wondering why the old folks over here breezed through this while it almost took my healthy ,young healthy son-in-law out.
So, my son texted me earlier this afternoon and told me he was admitted to a local hospital with something the doctor is calling "covid pneumonia" .


A little history on 'C' (my son). C, my one son, along with two beautiful daughters, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma while a freshman in college. He underwent chemo and radiation, which significantly damaged his immune system but eradicated the cancer. At the time that seemed like a fair trade-off. He's had several bouts in the hospital with blood platelet problems but has overcome all the challenges so far, thanks to his strength and the great care he's been provided.

We celebrated his 40th birthday this past year. He's a stocky, robust and active guy who works in the residential gas business. Looking at him, you'd never guess his health history.

Of course, I'm concerned, given his history that he's in some trouble but I'm trying to stay focused on the positives. He's a big believer of the same stuff we here believe in. He's refused the jabs and understands, as well as has been on the Invermectim, D3, zinc, etc regimen. he tells me his doctor is good (one of the objective ones), they have him on "steroid, o2, anti biotic and anti viral"

This plandemic isn't going to end well!
 

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So, my son texted me earlier this afternoon and told me he was admitted to a local hospital with something the doctor is calling "covid pneumonia" .


A little history on 'C' (my son). C, my one son, along with two beautiful daughters, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma while a freshman in college. He underwent chemo and radiation, which significantly damaged his immune system but eradicated the cancer. At the time that seemed like a fair trade-off. He's had several bouts in the hospital with blood platelet problems but has overcome all the challenges so far, thanks to his strength and the great care he's been provided.

We celebrated his 40th birthday this past year. He's a stocky, robust and active guy who works in the residential gas business. Looking at him, you'd never guess his health history.

Of course, I'm concerned, given his history that he's in some trouble but I'm trying to stay focused on the positives. He's a big believer of the same stuff we here believe in. He's refused the jabs and understands, as well as has been on the Invermectim, D3, zinc, etc regimen. he tells me his doctor is good (one of the objective ones), they have him on "steroid, o2, anti biotic and anti viral"

This plandemic isn't going to end well!
Shooti , Im sorry. I know this worries you. If it makes you feel better I feel like the hospitals have learned a lot about treating covid. They will take good care of him. It sounds like the same treatment my soninalw had. It just takes a few days to respond. Is your son able to maintain his 02 levels on oxygen? Sometime a few days of supplementation is all that's needed. Ill keep you guys in my prayers. Nothing is scarier than when our kids get sick. And yes, its getting personal isn't it?
 

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Shooti , Im sorry. I know this worries you. If it makes you feel better I feel like the hospitals have learned a lot about treating covid. They will take good care of him. It sounds like the same treatment my soninalw had. It just takes a few days to respond. Is your son able to maintain his 02 levels on oxygen? Sometime a few days of supplementation is all that's needed. Ill keep you guys in my prayers. Nothing is scarier than when our kids get sick. And yes, its getting personal isn't it?
Thank you so much. Last he texted me on Tuesday his O2 levels had improved from 78% to 93%. At the time he told me "It's (Ivermectin et al) definitely working. I just hope I can actually get rid of the virus"

Yeah Ava, but we knew in our hearts it would get personal. We'll get through it.
 

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So, my son texted me earlier this afternoon and told me he was admitted to a local hospital with something the doctor is calling "covid pneumonia" .


A little history on 'C' (my son). C, my one son, along with two beautiful daughters, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma while a freshman in college. He underwent chemo and radiation, which significantly damaged his immune system but eradicated the cancer. At the time that seemed like a fair trade-off. He's had several bouts in the hospital with blood platelet problems but has overcome all the challenges so far, thanks to his strength and the great care he's been provided.

We celebrated his 40th birthday this past year. He's a stocky, robust and active guy who works in the residential gas business. Looking at him, you'd never guess his health history.

Of course, I'm concerned, given his history that he's in some trouble but I'm trying to stay focused on the positives. He's a big believer of the same stuff we here believe in. He's refused the jabs and understands, as well as has been on the Invermectim, D3, zinc, etc regimen. he tells me his doctor is good (one of the objective ones), they have him on "steroid, o2, anti biotic and anti viral"

This plandemic isn't going to end well!
A good friend‘s wife had this “ Covid pneumonia “ last week. Both Purebloods. She caught it a week before him then was diagnosed with the C pneumonia. She was prescribed and took Ivermectin. He got over the C flu in three days, her about 6-7 days. She also had other health issues but turned out fine.
 

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The saying is "Pneumonia is an old man's friend.", because 'pneumonia' is what takes you out in the end no matter what happens.

I hope everyone that gets 'it' recovers. I also hope the medical profession returns to its roots as we used to think of them....
 

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How bout monoclonal antibodies? A guy at work was prescribed MA's and felt better immediately.
Thanks! Yeah, I'm going to ask him that in the morning. Gonna let him rest tonight!
 

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I'm feeling better. Still no taste and smell so I decided to start a diet :) The brain fog has been the worse part. That and wondering why the old folks over here breezed through this while it almost took my healthy, young son-in-law out.
I'd try essential oils like high quality eucalyptus, Now Foods has a good organic 4 oz bottle for under $20 on Amazon. Wild oregano oil internally, other essential oils to get your lungs and respiratory system tuned up may help. Zinc is a specific for the immune system, I use OptiZinc, also connected to smell.
 

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Well the man just died. He was a big and boisterous proponent of the vaccines (as is our Bishop).

i swear these things are somehow harder on the real believers. That is karma i can believe in.
 

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i swear these things are somehow harder on the real believers. That is karma i can believe in.
One of the weirdest things about these clot shots is that they are like ticking time bombs, sometimes they take weeks to affect deadly symptoms. Some people die suddenly. As Edgar Allen Poe said, "There are some secrets which do not permit themselves to be told. Men die nightly in their beds, wringing the hands of ghostly confessors, and looking them piteously in the eyes- die with despair of heart and convulsion of throat, on account of the hideousness of mysteries which will not suffer themselves to be revealed." http://xroads.virginia.edu/~Hyper/POE/manofcro.html
 

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This plandemic isn't going to end well!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ There it is. This was all planned. They will be held responsible. I was thinking that when I was in bed for a week.
 

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I was thinking that when I was in bed for a week.
Just a week? I seem to remember 3 weeks lying prone, inclined, horizontal, not vertical much....

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EPISODE 250: GAME, SET, MATCH​

The War on Pro Athletes; Ethics Expert Fired Over Mandate; Vaccine’s Flopping Against Omicron; New Docs Expose Fauci; ICAN Landmark Wins & Critique of SCOTUS Hearing.
 
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I believe a big part of all this Covid spending was to bailout States, municipalities, school districts and hospitals.

Many were teetering on the brink before Covid hit due to obscene pensions, spending on beautiful new trophy buildings, facilities and sports stadiums and for the hospitals the buyout of smaller practices.
 

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I'm feeling better. Still no taste and smell so I decided to start a diet :) The brain fog has been the worse part. That and wondering why the old folks over here breezed through this while it almost took my healthy, young son-in-law out.
Genetics and individual body chemistries, no doubt play a part.

Glad to hear you're both pulling through. IMHO, that churchman got killed by Remdesivir and ventilator, by the virus, not-so-much.

PROPER treatment would have saved him, and thousands others. How long will this circus go on?

I'm not worried about early stages. My fear is I get it and am no longer able to care for myself...that someone steps in and does the ritual sacrifice with the ventilator and Fouch-chee's wonder drug that kills half the patients given it.
 

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The saying is "Pneumonia is an old man's friend.", because 'pneumonia' is what takes you out in the end no matter what happens.

I hope everyone that gets 'it' recovers. I also hope the medical profession returns to its roots as we used to think of them....
I hope these quacks are rounded up and hanged.

By the thousands.

I no longer have the slightest charitable views as regards these alleged physicians, and these lizardlike hospital administrators.
 

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OK. Here's my take on the Veritas leaked docs.

There are two key docs in the leak:

1. The summary letter purportedly from Major Murphy https://assets.ctfassets.net/syq3sn...5/JAG_Docs_pt1_Og_WATERMARK_OVER_Redacted.pdf.

The key claims are as follows:
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2. The EcoHealthAlliance proposal as submitted to DARPA: https://assets.ctfassets.net/syq3sn...6c3cd1/defuse-proposal_watermark_Redacted.pdf

There are two key questions regarding this document.
(1) Is it genuine?
(2) Is the analysis provided in Major Murphy's purported letter, an accurate reflection of the contents of this document?

It seems to me that the single most important question is whether the work described in this proposal could actually lead to the creation of SARS-COV-2 as Major Murphy alleges.

We do know that the fact that work of this type was being performed by EcoHealth Alliance at WIV funded by Fauci's NIAID was already known, and is one of the points that Rand Paul has raised in his questioning of Fauci in congress over the last few months. However I do not know whether the level of detail in this proposal was previously known or whether any or all of the detailed information is indeed new.

Before attempting to make sense out of the proposal to DARPA, it is worth looking at the statement that NIAID previously put out claiming that the research they funded could not have been responsible for SARS-COV-2: https://www.niaid.nih.gov/diseases-conditions/coronavirus-bat-research. Quoting from this document:

"Coronaviruses use a protein called spike to bind to a protein on the surface of a host cell to facilitate infection. Some coronaviruses, including SARS-CoV-1 (the cause of the SARS outbreak in 2003) and SARS-CoV-2 (the cause of the COVID-19 pandemic), use the angiotensin converting enzyme-2 (ACE2) protein to help enter and infect host cells. In order to study animal coronaviruses circulating in nature, the investigators replaced the spike protein from a well-characterized bat coronavirus, WIV1-CoV, with the spike protein of animal coronaviruses recently discovered in bats in China. Using techniques common in virology, experiments involved a single round of infection in several cell lines, and in some cases, in mice that were genetically modified to express the human version of ACE2. All other aspects of the mice, including the immune system, remained unchanged. The ACE2 transgenic mice were used to determine if spike proteins from bat coronaviruses discovered in China were capable of binding human ACE2, and therefore, whether the bat coronaviruses themselves, which were already present in the environment, could potentially infect humans and cause disease. WIV1-CoV is not known to cause infection in humans but has been shown in the laboratory to infect both human cells and ACE2 transgenic mice (ref), making it an ideal tool to use for these studies. Several of the bat coronaviruses used in these experiments were also found to be capable of replicating in ACE2 transgenic mice, indicating that the spike protein from the naturally occurring bat coronaviruses from which they were made could bind ACE2 in vivo.

Questions have been raised about whether this NIH-funded research had a role in the emergence of SARS-CoV-2. In this regard, the chimeric viruses that were studied (i.e., the WIV-1 virus with the various spike proteins obtained from bat viruses found in nature) were so far distant from an evolutionary standpoint from SARS-CoV-2 (Figure 1) that they could not have possibly been the source of SARS-CoV-2 or the COVID-19 pandemic. The body of the scientific data from this award including the bat coronavirus sequences published in the scientific literature and public databases makes this conclusion readily apparent to anyone with experience in and knowledge of virus phylogeny and evolutionary biology.

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B) Comparison of the nucleotide sequence identity of indicated coronaviruses to SARS-CoV-2. The left panel shows the percent identity of indicated coronavirus spike nucleotide sequences to SARS-CoV-2. The right panel shows the percent nucleotide identity of the indicated full coronavirus genomes to SARS-CoV-2.
Despite the similarity of RaTG13 and BANAL-52 bat coronaviruses (orange bars) to SARS-CoV-2 (red bars), experts agree that even these viruses are far too divergent to have been the progenitor of SARS-CoV-2, further highlighting that the bat coronaviruses studied under the EcoHealth Alliance grant (blue bars) could not have been the source of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic. Several other similarly divergent viruses that failed to replicate in cells are not shown.

The above figure shows the sequence relationships between SARS-CoV-1, SARS-CoV-2 and the naturally occurring bat coronaviruses used in experiments under the NIH grant to EcoHealth Alliance and reported in the scientific literature (ref) or annual progress reports. From this analysis, it is evident that the viruses studied under the EcoHealth Alliance grant are very far distant from SARS-CoV-2. Included for comparison is RaTG13, one of the closest bat coronavirus relatives to SARS-CoV-2 collected by the Wuhan Institute of Virology (ref) and BANAL-52, one of several bat coronaviruses recently identified from bats living in caves in Laos (ref). Although RaTG13 and BANAL-52 are 96-97% identical to SARS-CoV-2 at the nucleotide level (>900 nucleotide differences across the entire genome), the difference actually represents decades of evolutionary divergence from SARS-CoV-2. Experts in evolutionary biology and virology have made it clear that even the closest known relatives of SARS-CoV-2, which were not studied under the EcoHealth Alliance grant, are evolutionarily too distant from SARS-CoV-2 to have been the progenitor of the COVID-19 pandemic (ref, ref). Field studies continue the search for more proximate progenitors. "


So whose analysis should we believe?

Having read through the actual proposal, I am simply not competent to make a judgment. I will restrict myself to two observations

1. As far as I can see the proposal does indeed directly refer only to the spike nucleotides mentioned in the NIAID explanation as being dissimilar to SARS-COV-2 as the starting point for its experiments.

2. However the description of the experiments to be performed seems to me (although I cannot be certain given my lack of competence) to be greater than NIAID previously acknowledged in the section I bolded above. For example, all of the following excerpts seem to me to imply work beyond the scope of what was previously admitted in the NIAID statement:

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I am sure that actual qualified virologists will be providing more commentary soon and hopefully they will provide greater certainty as to what all this means.

PS Apologies for length of this post - but I think this might be extremely important.
 

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The Great Barrington Declaration​

The Great Barrington Declaration – As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.

Coming from both the left and right, and around the world, we have devoted our careers to protecting people. Current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health. The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden. Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice.

Keeping these measures in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage, with the underprivileged disproportionately harmed.

Fortunately, our understanding of the virus is growing. We know that vulnerability to death from COVID-19 is more than a thousand-fold higher in the old and infirm than the young. Indeed, for children, COVID-19 is less dangerous than many other harms, including influenza.
As immunity builds in the population, the risk of infection to all – including the vulnerable – falls. We know that all populations will eventually reach herd immunity – i.e. the point at which the rate of new infections is stable – and that this can be assisted by (but is not dependent upon) a vaccine. Our goal should therefore be to minimize mortality and social harm until we reach herd immunity.

The most compassionate approach that balances the risks and benefits of reaching herd immunity, is to allow those who are at minimal risk of death to live their lives normally to build up immunity to the virus through natural infection, while better protecting those who are at highest risk. We call this Focused Protection.

Adopting measures to protect the vulnerable should be the central aim of public health responses to COVID-19. By way of example, nursing homes should use staff with acquired immunity and perform frequent testing of other staff and all visitors. Staff rotation should be minimized. Retired people living at home should have groceries and other essentials delivered to their home. When possible, they should meet family members outside rather than inside. A comprehensive and detailed list of measures, including approaches to multi-generational households, can be implemented, and is well within the scope and capability of public health professionals.

Those who are not vulnerable should immediately be allowed to resume life as normal. Simple hygiene measures, such as hand washing and staying home when sick should be practiced by everyone to reduce the herd immunity threshold. Schools and universities should be open for in-person teaching. Extracurricular activities, such as sports, should be resumed. Young low-risk adults should work normally, rather than from home. Restaurants and other businesses should open. Arts, music, sport and other cultural activities should resume.
People who are more at risk may participate if they wish, while society as a whole enjoys the protection conferred upon the vulnerable by those who have built up herd immunity.

On October 4, 2020, this declaration was authored and signed in Great Barrington, United States, by:

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist with expertise in detecting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety evaluations.
Dr. Sunetra Gupta, professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor at Stanford University Medical School, a physician, epidemiologist, health economist, and public health policy expert focusing on infectious diseases and vulnerable populations.

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If Major Murphy's claims are true, then the most worrying (from the point of view of disease as opposed to poltics/corruption/globalism/liberty) is that
  • SARS-COV-2 itself is actually a vaccine, not a disease
  • The mechanism for making the spike protein more dangerous (deattenuating the vaccine) proposed in the experiment plan was to challenge it against spike protein only antibodies which would result in more resistant mutations
  • This is exactly what we have done in the human population by vaccinating everyone with vaccines which generate spike-protein only antibodies.
Gotta love human beings.
 

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The intro to this is good first 10 mins

SITUATION UPDATE 1/13/22​

DEFCON 3, ARMY TRAINING FOR WAR, CHINA QUAKE, CYBERATTACKS, WHO, REPEATED JABS, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, BLUE BEAM, GCR UPDATE, RUSSIAN TAKEOVER OF UKRAINE IMMINENT, NATO=CABAL, SUPPLY CHAIN BREAKDOWN, EXECUTE UNVAXED IN NAME OF HEALTH, TYRANNY, NASDA Q SHREDDED, PFIZER ADMITS JAB DOESNT PROTECT AND MORE.

 

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And at my age 69... 5' 8.5"

I play pickleball and just the

Genetics and individual body chemistries, no doubt play a part.

Glad to hear you're both pulling through. IMHO, that churchman got killed by Remdesivir and ventilator, by the virus, not-so-much.

PROPER treatment would have saved him, and thousands others. How long will this circus go on?

I'm not worried about early stages. My fear is I get it and am no longer able to care for myself...that someone steps in and does the ritual sacrifice with the ventilator and Fouch-chee's wonder drug that kills half the patients given it.
Casey, I can only speak for the hospital my son-in-law was at and his treatment but they have learned a few things. In his case they gave him no IV fluids and diuretics to keep the dreaded fluid off is that caused so many deaths in the past. Also you can refuse Remdesivir but still be treated. The antivirals including ivermectin do most of their work in the first 3-5 days anyway, after that you are dealing with spike protein damage. I do believe the steroids are critical but they will monitor fluid buildup from them. As far as being ventilated they do everything possible to keep you off vent. For patients with critically low 02 they are now using C-pap to force air into patients in an effort to keep them off of vent. It is truly a last resort to vent a patient these days. A nurse friend of mine had a neighbor who went to the ER with covid pneumonia and an 02 read of 63. They did not vent him. I was really surprised. He is in ICU and doing much better on a C-pap.
 

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I'd try essential oils like high quality eucalyptus, Now Foods has a good organic 4 oz bottle for under $20 on Amazon. Wild oregano oil internally, other essential oils to get your lungs and respiratory system tuned up may help. Zinc is a specific for the immune system, I use OptiZinc, also connected to smell.
I have a nice selection of essential oils. I will try that. Oil of oregano is rough stuff. I do have a bottle but its unopened in the fridge. Ill have to pull it out. I hope this doesn't become a long-term issue. Four years ago I had some weird virus. It took out my salivary glands. Talk about a odd issue that no Doctor understood. They kept trying to give me an autoimmune disease and I simply did not have one. The virus had attacked my salivary glands. I knew what had happened and finally found an old ENT who had seen it three times in his career. Hopefully many of us will be spared some of the secondary damage a virus can do by being on ivermectin and the protocol when we get sick. When I worked in cardiac it was not uncommon to see heart valves damaged by the flu.
 

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Thank you so much. Last he texted me on Tuesday his O2 levels had improved from 78% to 93%. At the time he told me "It's (Ivermectin et al) definitely working. I just hope I can actually get rid of the virus"

Yeah Ava, but we knew in our hearts it would get personal. We'll get through it.
great news!!! My son-in-law was on 6 litters for 3 days to get up to 93%. His body began taking over on the fourth day. I know your son takes vitamin D but they might want to check his levels anyway. My son-in-law is on a post covid supplement routine now and feels great. After covid inflammation is the enemy. He is taking daily NAC, fish oil, turmeric, multivitamin/mineral and D. BTW, I had a family member who had
non lymphoma Hodgins in his early 20s. He is 64 years old now and lived to see his grandkids :) Keep us posted on your son.
 

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So, my son texted me earlier this afternoon and told me he was admitted to a local hospital with something the doctor is calling "covid pneumonia" .


A little history on 'C' (my son). C, my one son, along with two beautiful daughters, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma while a freshman in college. He underwent chemo and radiation, which significantly damaged his immune system but eradicated the cancer. At the time that seemed like a fair trade-off. He's had several bouts in the hospital with blood platelet problems but has overcome all the challenges so far, thanks to his strength and the great care he's been provided.

We celebrated his 40th birthday this past year. He's a stocky, robust and active guy who works in the residential gas business. Looking at him, you'd never guess his health history.

Of course, I'm concerned, given his history that he's in some trouble but I'm trying to stay focused on the positives. He's a big believer of the same stuff we here believe in. He's refused the jabs and understands, as well as has been on the Invermectim, D3, zinc, etc regimen. he tells me his doctor is good (one of the objective ones), they have him on "steroid, o2, anti biotic and anti viral"

This plandemic isn't going to end well!

praying for his health.