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  • Comment by concerned patient on “The uncensored truth” about COVID-19 vaccines” … as told by some chiro loons Sunday 23 January 2022: 21:01 “Michael Yeardon in an anti-vaxxer. Robert Malone spreads fake news about on the safety and efficacy of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. Peter A. McCullough is a cardiologist without any experience in virology or immunology who promotes misinformation about COVID-19, the COVID-19 vaccine and treatments. Ryan Cole, a pathologe, has been reported to a Washington medical board as he advice or treated patients outside of Idaho’s standard of care. Your “experts” endanger human lives. Your are busted, pal!” Michael Yeardon is not an anti-vaxer. He was never opposed to vaccines till the current covid vaccines. Like many of us, we are skeptical because they haven’t been tested to the same rigor of vaccines developed previously. First line healthcare workers are some of the ones that have seen first hand the results of the side effects of these vaccines. None of the vaccines administered in the USA are to this point in time properly FDA approved…. no, not even Pfizer vaccine that is given in the USA. Robert Malone is neither an antivaxer. He is double vaxxed and boosted. He opposed mandates, and he opposed vaccines for those previously infected and already have natural immunity, and for the younger population whom are at low risk to the virus, but higher risk to vaccine side effects. Peter A. McCullough has treated on the front line covid patients, both through his global network and personally. He has extensive experience in early treatment of covid, something that those stuck of vaccine treatment only still consider useless. Sadly, to much of the heath care specialist worldwide are still relying on vaccines heavily to stop the dying. If you think Dr. Anthony Fauci that hasn’t personally treated one patient knows better, you go see Tony rather than Peter when you get covid…. and your odds of living just went down. Early treatment could have saved more than fifty percent of the deaths from covid this far. Once long covid develops, your chances of dying go up dramatically. Health care systems, doctors and hospitals in many countries rejected the idea of early treatment of covid. We were told if you have symptoms, or test positive… DON’T GO TO THE DOCTOR OR HOSPITAL ! We were instructed to stay home until we were dying…. THEN …. go to the hospital. Peter A. McCullough took another approach, and many are fortunate that he did. Dr Ryan Cole is a pathologist that is an expert in immunology. He believes that it is not just a viral pandemic, but an international vitamin D-deficiency pandemic where 70 percent of the world is immune-suppressed because of vitamin D deficiency. He also shared that ninety-six percent of people in the ICU due to COVID-19 are actually vitamin D deficient and are susceptible to coronaviruses of any sort. It would appear that he is correct. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34607398/
  • Comment by Jeffrey Bloom on MMS-salesman Andreas Kalcker has been arrested in Argentina Sunday 23 January 2022: 19:01 RPGNo1, Same place will say Celine Dion never had issues from Covid 19 vaccine, yet her twitter account states something like “she believes we can only get over THIS if vaccinated. ” Pretty safe to assume that she was vaccinated. Could be a coincidence. Might not. Same for Marvelous Marvin Hagler too https://www.bitchute.com/video/nKXYFhX0TzFT/ Maybe this was all a TV show. ABC called it fake news.
  • Comment by Jeffrey Bloom on MMS-salesman Andreas Kalcker has been arrested in Argentina Sunday 23 January 2022: 19:01 Motive for not allowing anything including your “BLEACH” to be under EUA So fact check the potential $ MOTIVE why REMDESIVER is in USA Protocol. In fact, why not fact check, how well it did in the EBOLA trails while you are at it. Or that Japan or India never used ivermectin Maybe that was fake news People looking for prevention not a vaccine that does not prevent or stop transmission which CDC finally admitted. That includes this topic as well…. And if EVERYONE was the same, this world would be a boring place. BTW, I understand Andreas Kalcke had a motive. You can make his “magic potion” for dirt cheap
  • Comment by R. Daneel on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 18:01 https://www.thedailybeast.com/cannabis-cbd-could-prevent-covid-19-infection-in-human-cells Great, I thought marijuana is the latest wonder drug against COVID. I guess, bottle of bleach and horsey pills are old school now. Can’t wait for antivaxers to show up to work drunk and high as a kite.
  • Comment by DavidB on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 12:01 Ahhhhh….
  • Comment by Edzard on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 12:01 Do Cognac and Armagnac also work? Whenever I tried, I cannot remember the outcome next day.
  • Comment by DavidB on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 11:01 One cannot but reflect, in the present discussion, on how small serendipitous observations can lead to powerfully effective new approaches. Consider Dr. William Withering (1741-1799) whose observation regarding Foxgloves (Digitalis pupurea) led to an effective cardiac medication that is still widely used today. Clearly (or as clearly as the glasses of wine will permit), we are seeing the emergence of a powerul new diagnostic and therapeutic modality! In vino, sanitatem! (Do Cognac and Armagnac also work??)
  • Comment by Edzard on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 11:01 one might even design an entirely new COVID test: it consists of a blind tasting of 1 glass each of Bordeaux, Burgundy, Aussi Shiraz, Chilean Malbec. if you cannot tell the difference, you are COVID positive. if you get 2 or more wrong, you must repeat the test. … and of course, the test would be free.
  • Comment by HTM ter Beek on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 11:01 I think there is another important fact. Taking a glass of wine is an excellent test if you are infected. If you still taste it, you have not lost your sense of smell and taste, which is a common sign of Covid infection. To be sure, I advise to take another glass, and maybe a third as well. A slight headache the next morning might be a sign, that another winetest is required.
  • Comment by Muharem Fotić on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Sunday 23 January 2022: 11:01 Yes, I was thinking about HCl, hydrochloric acid. Thank you for correction. It is unbelievable what people are ready to put in themselves but avoiding vaccine. Nobody would care about QBR if there isn’t Djokovic investment and 95% of talk about it is more about his beliefs than actual science. Morever, on this article, there is exactly one comment dealing with science behind RRM. Given that NDj isn’t only one tricked in investing in shady biotech startups, it does look like which hunt. I can be totally wrong. I don’t have ability reading Novak’s mind as some other people here have.
  • Comment by Edzard on Coffee enema: a tragically foolish way to die Sunday 23 January 2022: 11:01 the article is enjoyable – however, the defamation campaign was not!
  • Comment by DavidB on Coffee enema: a tragically foolish way to die Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 I enjoyed reading that article. I particularly liked this: “to claim that he cannot speak about homeopathy because he has not formally trained in such areas is to insist that you have a degree in Invisible Imperial Textiles before mentioning the Emperor has no clothes on.”
  • Comment by DavidB on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 Certainly preferable to drinking bleach or injecting ultra-violent radiation (UV photons are violent).
  • Comment by Edzard on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 it might not be real but it is the 1st fun therapy against COVID
  • Comment by DavidB on In vino veritas … + the bonus of a protection against COVID-19? Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 It’s not real? Shame! Anyway, I’d have thought a cup of tea might be higher in tannic acid than a glass of wine?
  • Comment by Edzard on Coffee enema: a tragically foolish way to die Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 by contrast, I can give you the names of 5 homeopathic firms that paid plenty of money for having me defamed: http://www.quackometer.net/blog/2012/07/german-homeopathy-companies-pay-journalist-who-smears-uk-academic.html
  • Comment by RPGNo1 on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 Playing the with hunt gambit? Oh, come on, this is so hackneyed. “sodium acid”? What is this? I know e.g. sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide or hydrochloric acid.
  • Comment by Les Rose on Coffee enema: a tragically foolish way to die Sunday 23 January 2022: 10:01 @ Coffee poop Not even a good try. I ask again. Give us the name of one pharma company or employee who has funded attacks on alt med. There is much wrong with the pharma industry, especially in the money-obsessed USA, but what you have cited has nothing to do with attacking alt med. You are practising bait and switch.
  • Comment by Muharem Fotić on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Sunday 23 January 2022: 09:01 If they are selling anything alternative, they are quite lousy sellers. Website is hard to find, there are no media coverage (except that Novak invested peanuts in some company), product has no name, they’re even put their product in clinical trials (as per claim by QBR).
  • Comment by Edzard on Dr Aseem Malhotra and Dr Steven James: candour and complacency Sunday 23 January 2022: 08:01 more on Dr. James here: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical/the-nhs-doctors-picking-no-jab-over-a-job/ar-AASVgBk?ocid=msedgntp
  • Comment by Krishna on There’s a sucker born every minute – particularly in the realm of so-called alternative medicine Sunday 23 January 2022: 07:01 Not Really. The numbers are in millions. Separated by a few thousand miles of water. Doctors not in the loop? https://apnews.com/article/europe-coronavirus-pandemic-business-health-government-and-politics-650b09e7babe362e1777606e6b1a369b https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/19/biden-will-make-400-million-n95-masks-available-to-americans-for-free.html
  • Comment by Muharem Fotić on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Sunday 23 January 2022: 04:01 I found quite interesting that tennis player is obligated to know about biochemistry but Walgreens (Theranos), Fraizer (Raze Therapeutics) or Novartis (Laguna Pharmaceuticals) don’t. The QBR doesn’t ask you for money, doesn’t claim that they found wonder drug, they are proper registered business. Are they betting on wrong horse. I guess they do. Once they fail, nobody would remember them, only damage would be made to Novak finances. Now, the real question is why would someone digg so deep? Is this start of wich hunt? I hope not, because people are drinking Ivermectin and sodium acid which is way bigger problem than Novak failed investment.
  • Comment by Coffee poop on Coffee enema: a tragically foolish way to die Sunday 23 January 2022: 02:01 Easily done, why don’t you go ahead and check out the list of reasons for the largest Healthcare fraud settlement in the history of the Dept. Of Justice? Looks like bribing doctos is on there. Pharma companies also place members on most medical school boards in return for funding. I hope I don’t need to spell out how they could guide the curriculum of med students from such a position. Here’s another one: Pfizer Inc spent $11,000,000 lobbying in 2019 and that’s just one company, which is absolutely ridiculous. While you’re at it, might as well check out how much pharmaceutical companies have been giving to social media giants in the last few years- I wonder why they’d do that? Every alt med company I know just happens to promote themselves mainly through social media platforms…. Not to mention all the sponsorship big pharma has been giving to the big media companies as well. Our society is saturated with dirty money from big pharma and if you don’t know that by now you must not know on purpose- everyone knows by now. Why do you think mainstream medicine is allopathy? Do you know that medications are made using petrochemicals? Do you know how much money is in the petroleum business? Let’s turn the tables, find me one example of an alt med (company) that hasn’t been negatively impacted by big pharma. I’ll be impressed if you can find it. https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-announces-largest-health-care-fraud-settlement-its-history
  • Comment by Kathryn Marks on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Sunday 23 January 2022: 00:01 That was the first thing I thought. And I’m still, trying to figure out the free electron thing. Technobabble at its finest.
  • Comment by Pete Attkins on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Saturday 22 January 2022: 23:01 I assume that you, Miroslav Besermenji, are incapable of reading English, which is the only explanation I can think of for anyone posting links that include this gem [my emphasis]: QUOTE Analysis of Protein-Receptor Interactions on an Example of Leptin-Leptin Receptor Interaction Using the Resonant Recognition Model Irena Cosic, Vasilis Paspaliaris and Drasko Cosic Featured Application: The results of this research can be used in combating obesity and overweight, which are becoming increasing health problems in modern society. Abstract: Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat may have a negative effect on health and lifestyle, and it is becoming an increasing problem within modern society. Leptin is the key protein that regulates body energy balance by inhibiting hunger, and it could potentially be used in treatment of obesity and overweight. Here, we applied our own Resonant Recognition Model, which is capable of analyzing the selectivity of any protein-receptor interaction on an example of leptin-leptin receptor. We have identified a specific characteristic parameter for leptin activity through the leptin receptor, and this parameter could be used in development of new treatments for obesity. Conclusions Our manuscript researched possible novel directions towards treatments of obesity by finding out indicators of leptin activity. These indicators have been identified by analyzing the specificity of leptin–leptin receptor interactions using the Resonant Recognition Model, which proposes that selective protein–protein receptor interaction is based on resonant energy transfer between interacting macromolecules. When an indicator characterizing leptin–leptin receptor interaction is identified as resonant electromagnetic radiation specific frequency, it is possible to radiate patients with this specific frequency to mimic leptin activity and subsequently control hunger and energy balance. The concept of mimicking protein activity by electromagnetic radiation of specific frequency has been already tested in the case of treatment of Crigler–Najjar syndrome by blue light, where certain frequencies of blue light can mimic the activity of healthy UDP protein [16]. In the case of obesity treatment, the calculated resonant electromagnetic radiation frequency of 727 nm, which is within red-light spectrum, is proposed here to be used to radiate patients. In future, to apply this idea to patients within clinical settings, it is necessary to identify appropriate sources of radiation and parameters of delivery. END of QUOTE Marvellous!
  • Comment by Joanna McInnes on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Saturday 22 January 2022: 22:01 That won’t bother b the millions if idiots who will pay good money for any ‘alternative’ nonsense. They’re v easily impressed by science words they don’t understand and love novelty. No doubt the company is hoping they’ve come up with the successor to homeopathy.
  • Comment by Richard Rasker on NoVax Djokovic is also a SCAM entrepreneur Saturday 22 January 2022: 22:01 @Miroslav Besermenji Thank you for providing links to articles of Mrs. Cosic I hadn’t found yet. These are my thoughts: – The Resonant Recognition Model appears to be a personal pet project of Mrs. Cosic that has been abandoned by all other scientists long ago, and – The more recent the publications, the less coherent and scientifically valid her claims appear to be. One of these ‘EconPapers’ is particularly troubling, as it claims that Cosic’s RRM research supports the use of ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir against Covid-19, none of which have been found effective. At the very least, this means that something or someone is very wrong here. I shall leave it to you to draw your own conclusions about this, but I think that this is something that all investors in this project should at least know about – including Mr. Djokovic.
  • Comment by Richard Rasker on MMS-salesman Andreas Kalcker has been arrested in Argentina Saturday 22 January 2022: 21:01 @Jeffrey Bloom can you fact check these? ?? What does this have to do with people who drink bleach?
  • Comment by Richard Rasker on “The uncensored truth” about COVID-19 vaccines” … as told by some chiro loons Saturday 22 January 2022: 20:01 @T This must be another post from one of our resident trolls under a new pseudonym – which this time is just the capital ‘T’ … a bit too lazy to come up with anything longer, are we? the survival rate from covid 19 is currently 99.98% And where did you get this number? Ah, I see. they know how viruses behave from history and the amount of god awful experiments they do on animals , the viruses mutates mutates and wanes out they know this ! Yup, just like the smallpox virus, or the polio virus, or the yellow fever virus, or … oh, wait … The virus mutates as is doesn’t want to kill the host in order for the virus to spread it needs the host to live ! Viruses don’t ‘want’ anything. They simply spread and survive any way they can. Many pathogens survive by being extremely lethal to particular species of hosts but causing no or only mild symptoms in other species (e.g. ebola), others by being extremely infectious, others by having a long latency between infection and death (e.g. hepatitis B), and others again by killing ‘only’ 1% of the infected population – such as the coronavirus or the poliovirus. … reputable doctors such as doctor Michael yeardon [Yeadon] or doctor Robert Malone even doctor Peter McCullough or doctor Ryan cole there are many. Ah, the Parade of Fools … half of them are not even doctors to start with, all of them are liars who played down the risk of Covid-19 and/or hugely exaggerated the risk of vaccination, and no, none of them can be called ‘reputable’ any more. Anyway, this is pretty sloppy trolling. A bit more care and attention next time please, or I will just ignore your future drivel.
  • Comment by Jeffrey Bloom on MMS-salesman Andreas Kalcker has been arrested in Argentina Saturday 22 January 2022: 20:01 can you fact check these? https://www.cms.gov/medicare/covid-19/new-covid-19-treatments-add-payment-nctap https://www.flemingmethod.com/the-pfizer-vaccine-blood I will not ask about Celine Dion 🙂
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