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    Forced Vaccinations Get Worse – Louisiana Health System Now Requires Spouses of Employees to Get Vaccinated, or Pay a Non-Compliance Penalty for Vaxx Violations Every Pay Period

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    Population Wide Epidemiological Geography Demonstrates Vaccination Doesn’t Correlate to Reduction in SARS-CoV-2 Infection

    TrialSite Staff
    October 3, 2021

    A Harvard population health geographer and student researcher out of Canada sought to determine if increases in SARS-CoV-2 cases were unrelated to vaccination levels across 68 countries worldwide and 2947 counties around the United States. Led by SV Subramanian in Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, this study leveraged Our World in Data for cross-country analysis, collecting and analyzing data up to September 3, 2021. They computed the COVID-19 cases per 1 million people for 68 nations and counties across America and assess the percentage of the population that was fully vaccinated. The study verified TrialSite analyses that nations and countries with higher vaccination rates don’t experience lower Sars-CoV-2 cases per 1 million people.

    The evidence is absolutely showing the narrative pushed by POTUS as not data-driven nor correct.

    Rather the evidence points to the need to rethink the vaccine-centric vaccine to eradicate the pathogen in favor of a more diversified, open, and flexible approach.

    POTUS and his handlers need to immediately cease picking on the unvaccinated—as they continue driving a wedge between people that need to be brought together. Unfortunately, given mo...

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    Blood Thinner Drugs Reduce COVID-19 Hospitalization & Mortality Based on Latest University of Minnesota & Collaborators

    TrialSite Staff
    October 3, 2021

    As recent research sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) indicates, COVID-19 patients at times can succumb to abnormal blood clots triggered by intense inflammation—raising the risk of severe illness and death.
    Recently a trio of academic medical centers sought out to verify this hypothesis. A study led by University of Minnesota with collaborators at Mayo Clinic and University of Basel, Switzerland researchers, conducted a prospective cohort study centering on subjects 18 years of age and up diagnosed with COVID-19 between March 4th to August 27th, 2020.
    Involving 12 hospitals and 60 clinics of M Health Fairview system (USA). The study team investigate linkages between A) 90-day anticoagulation therapy among outpatients before COVID-19 diagnosis and the risk for hospitalization and mortality and B) inpatient anticoagulation therapy and mortality risk.
    Led by Sameh Hozayen, MD, MSC, assistant professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School, the study team sought to test whether anticoagulant drugs used to inhibit blood clots who previously struggled with clots in the lungs or legs benefitted from use during the earlier part of the pandemic. Anti...

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    yes i suspected as much ( that blood thinners helped )

    when i believe i had C 19 ( between Xmas Day 2019 to February 2020 , i was on 100 mg of Aspirin daily plus 75 mg of Clopidegrel as well as inhaled steroids to treat an existing condition

    sometimes being on a toxic cocktail of drugs ( i was on 4 others at the time as well ) is just the right place to be in a crisis

    meanwhile i found this great clip for Karlos


    MSM at an inconvenient moment

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    from hc;
    " .... I’m not in favour of compulsory vaccinations - that could be the thin edge of the wedge (I’m fully vaccinated so am not an anti vaccer). However if people choose to take the risk of not being vaccinated then they should pay for all of their medical costs if they need hospitalisation.
    After all why should everyone else pay for the stupid ones who have willingly chosen to taken on the risk? "

    .... "stupid ones" ?
    Whoever allowed this bioweapon to be released, whether faucci, the CCP, Bill Gates, the NWO, and whoever continues to push this mandatory vaccinations bs, ... they should be paying for this, monetarily or with their own lives, one way or other.
    They are causing nations to be divided, economies to be failing, fear and mental issues, as well as on going unnecessary deaths, without proper treatments for Covid.
    They are the ones who should be paying compensations in a big way to rectify the planets trauma atm, ... but that won't happen without human action, as it seems all part of their evil plan.


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    warning this guy is scamming them

    now if this came to pass there might be a new 30 million people crime gang in the US ( to go with all the other crime gangs )

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    sal, as well as being on chemo, and our family won't be "vaccinated", we have our relatives coming here most days, but they have had their shots, so am a bit worried if there is shedding that could infect us.
    I am also on a blood thinner for thrombosis prevention, so that might help me, but I have to watch out for my wife and our kids that are not vaccinated.
    That's why I have plenty of Indian IVM on hand , just in case. .... but hope don't have to use on others, except for my cancer/tumours, in a few weeks after the next scan and chemo.

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    BTW the highest percentage group that has vaccine hesitancy are the Negros ( and i can't blame them at all for that )

    would that cause the ballot-stuffing Dems any problems ( after all they used to be the party of slave-owners )

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    Some people will believe and sign anything, ... talk about stupid people. :)

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    depending which thinners you are on WATCH YOUR KIDNEYS

    there has been enough , 'non-vaccine' solutions mentioned here to give your whole family options

    the vitamins and zinc as a bare baseline so your body is healthy ( as it can be ) right from the first sniffle , and i bet half these hospitals will call any sneeze/sniffle/flu .. C19 to boost the agenda ( all the ones with morals have probably left or will leave soon )

    remember those poor nations have found cheap available solutions ( because they had to ) , you should be able to buy them here also you just might have to shop in small ethnic food shops

    keep researching one side is only looking for expensive solutions they can patent


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    well some are like that , after all they still believe 80 million people voted for Biden and 155 million voted in total ( all three numbers a new voting record in the US , including Trump's 'losing vote ' which would have be a record as well )

    DESPITE a virus scare ( when plenty would have stayed home or been sick )

    but the trick of any good scam , is to make it believable ( to the scammed )

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    I already have the IVM , D3, Vit C, B, zinc, etc, etc, antibiotics, for myself and anyone else that might need it sal.

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    Doctor says US “wasting money” on coronavirus drug from Merck
    06/25/2021 / By Ramon Tomey

    "A critical care doctor said the U.S. is wasting taxpayer’s money on its purchase of drug manufacturer Merck’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) antiviral treatment. Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) President Dr. Pierre Kory warned that the Biden administration should not pay Merck for a COVID-19 drug “which has already failed in hospitalized patients.” He instead called for the “low-cost, safe [and] widely available” ivermectin to be used with its track record of effectiveness against the disease.

    Kory’s remarks came as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced on June 9 that the federal government and Merck sealed a $1.2 billion deal. Under the agreement, the drug firm will supply 1.7 million course of its molnupiravir COVID-19 antiviral drug – pending the green light by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

    Also called MK-4482, molnupiravir is an oral medication developed in partnership with Miami-based Ridgeback Biotherapeutics. According to a statement by Merck, MK-4482 can inhibit “the replication of multiple RNA viruses, including SARS-CoV-2.” It added that the drug has “shown to be active in several models of SARS-CoV-2, including for prophylaxis, treatment and prevention of transmission.”

    Currently, the drug’s efficacy is being examined in an ongoing phase three trial – with 1,850 non-hospitalized patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 on board. A previous phase three trial for hospitalized patients was aborted after phase two trial findings showed molnupiravir failing to show any clinical benefit.

    Kory said in a June 14 video that the federal government should not “enrich Merck for a drug … which has already failed in hospitalized patients,” referencing MK-4482’s phase two trial. “[Yet] we plan on giving money to a drug company for [something] that is in no way going to surpass what we already have available right now. That money should instead be given to supply ivermectin to the country,” he added.

    Interestingly, Merck developed ivermectin back in the 1980s with a patent that lasted until 1996. In February 2021, the drug company released a statement warning against the use of ivermectin against COVID-19. According to Merck, available data did not support the efficacy and safety of ivermectin beyond the FDA’s original purpose of approving the drug.

    But Kory denounced the “untrue” statement on ivermectin, saying that it “hurts patients.” He continued: “[Merck] even called into question the safety of one of the safest drugs known in history. The statement was a lie … and it’s hurting patients and it’s caused an incalculable loss of life.” Meanwhile, Merck and the HHS did not respond to requests for comment.

    The positive effects of ivermectin against COVID-19 threaten Big Pharma
    If molnuvirapir gets the green light from the FDA, it will be second approved antiviral treatment for COVID-19. Back in October 2020, the U.S. regulator approved Gilead Sciences’s remdesivir for hospitalized patients.

    However, the FDA recorded twice the amount of adverse events and more than four times the amount of fatalities stemming from remdesivir vis-à-vis ivermectin.

    The FDA Adverse Events Reporting System (FAERS) noted that more than 4,000 reports of serious adverse events and 1,390 deaths from remdesivir were reported as of March 31, 2021. Meanwhile, about 2,311 serious adverse reactions and 373 deaths from ivermectin were recorded in FAERS for a 25-year period between 1996 and March of this year.

    First approved as an anti-parasitic drug for animals in 1981, ivermectin saw widespread use in humans six years later. It was used to treat river blindness, scabies and head lice – which gained it a position on the World Health Organization‘s (WHO) list of essential medicines. The FDA has not approved ivermectin for use against COVID-19 because it is not an antiviral drug, a sentiment shared by the WHO.

    But recent evidence showing the effectiveness of ivermectin against the Wuhan coronavirus has surfaced. Data from more than 30 randomized controlled trials showed an overall 64 percent improvement in prophylaxis and in all stages of COVID-19 in patients given the medication. Further studies explained that ivermectin stops the replication of SARS-CoV-2 and suppresses inflammation through its antiviral and anti-inflammatory mechanisms.

    This positive result prompted FLCCC members to incorporate ivermectin in October 2020 as a core medication in their “protocols for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.” According to Kory, areas that have adopted ivermectin into their COVID-19 treatment programs saw their case numbers and hospitalizations drop.

    Mexico City is one such area that incorporated ivermectin in its COVID-19 response. A report by Trial Site News said the capital of Mexico distributed almost 80,000 ivermectin kits to people who tested positive for COVID-19 between November 2020 and January 2021. The kits were part of a home care program for Mexicans who wanted to take the medication.

    The news outlets said that hospitalization rates dropped up to 76 percent in those who took ivermectin. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum lauded the positive results of the ivermectin home care program at a Jan. 22 live press conference. Following the promising outcomes at the capital, Mexico began distributing ivermectin kits nationwide despite the WHO advising against it.

    Visit to read more articles about Big Pharma suppressing ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment. "

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    Malone vs fauci.

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    the antibiotics are for the Pneumonia that develops late as the immune system is under stress

    WATCH the use-by dates on those ( and try try to store them in the fridge/cooler )

    for antibiotics i am a big honey fan , but check on the red wines ( if allowed alcohol ) and there are some other useful stuff

    man survived more than 4000 years without pharmaceutical companies

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    remember the agenda is to vaccinate ( until death )

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    We have our own bees, flow hives, so have plenty of natural honey, and have modified some for ourselves and have started to sell some with the flow hive characteristics.

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