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Posted in: Antivirus pioneer John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison See in context

I very much doubt he committed suicide.

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Posted in: 86% fear COVID rebound if Tokyo Olympics held: poll See in context

We had a rebound last year without the Olympics, so no reason why we shouldn't get another one this year.

But it will be a rebound of cases, which aren't as deadly in summer.

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Posted in: Main Tokyo vaccination center to offer shots to younger people See in context


Sounds preposterous but it's true, unfortunately.

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Posted in: Main Tokyo vaccination center to offer shots to younger people See in context

For the unvaccinated

3,788,927 covid deaths so far according to worldometer.

For those who contributed to the rejection of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for the sole purpose of getting these vaccines an EUA

3,788,927 covid deaths so far according to worldometer.

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Posted in: Four decades on, where's the HIV vaccine? See in context

I don't remember the details, but I had the impression it had something to do with a PCR positive result not equaling infection.

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Posted in: Four decades on, where's the HIV vaccine? See in context

one of the biggest profits on the books for many pharmaceutical companies are AIDS and HIV treatment drugs. 

A number of HIV patients have realized that they didn't even need to take those drugs. They simply quite, and have been fine for years.

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Posted in: Are you in favor of vaccination passports for international travel? See in context

But I know that all the vaccinations I've given my children have been through the same 3-stage trial as the covid vaccines.

I bet those vaccines got FDA approval, unlike the covid vaccines.

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Posted in: The race is on to find a COVID-19 treatment pill See in context

We already has some, but they are not profitable for big pharma.

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Posted in: UK may require NHS workers to take COVID-19 vaccine See in context

Do many NHS workers not want the jab?

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Posted in: In victory for Trump, Republicans block probe of U.S. Capitol riot See in context

This Reuters writer Susan Cornwall has misplaced the paragraph about how the Biden Justice Department is withholding 1400 hours of recorded film of in and around the Capital.

That footage likely includes lots of stuff like this:


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Posted in: Japan may provide AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan See in context

I wish they would just let us choose if we want to get AZ vaccine or not. Tell us the real risks of getting the blood clots, then let us make an informed decision like adults.

If people knew the real risks, very few would get any of the vaccines.

If they were well informed, they would all be demanding ivermectin.

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Posted in: Social media heavyweights in France wooed for Pfizer smear campaign See in context

Wonder those folks who are actually saying Pfizer is bad - how much are they being paid?

Nothing compared to those who say Pfizer is good.

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Posted in: Paying people to get vaccinated might work – but is it ethical? See in context

@Raw Beer,

I bet he regrets bringing up sugar and tobacco. Those are two industries that mirror perfectly what big pharma has been doing: sponsoring biased studies and encouraging attacks on critics.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 602 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,038 See in context

Does the government actually believe that they're people are stupid enough to believe in the numbers that are being released.

I don't know but I bet the government believes that they're people stupid enough to believe the official numbers are fake.

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Posted in: Restrictions reimposed as virus resurges in much of Asia See in context

Raw Beer's and Virusrex's quotes of Raoult say more or less the same this, and nowhere did he ever admit that HCQ is useless.

Today, Raoult believes in the effectiveness of HCQ.

Troubling that pharma linked people are trying so hard to discredict the effectiveness of HCQ.

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Posted in: Israeli strike destroys Gaza building with AP, other media See in context

you would think that after everything Israel has been through in it's history that they would be able to show some empathy for others.


Israel has been acting in an awful manner from the very start. Israel's history is one of constant aggression, by Israel.

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Posted in: Many reasons why Japan has been slow to roll out vaccinations See in context

Japan had a much lower death rate, so no reason to rush a skip over the regular approval process.

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Posted in: Vaccine chief Kono blames drug approval system for slow inoculation drive See in context

Of course. The biologists in 50+ countries and in Western peer reviewed scientific journals don't understand science at all. Only you do........

There is no evidence whatsoever that biologists in 50 countries nor the journals have had access to the raw data necessary to confirm the data is correct, which is a problem that is in direct contradiction with the written rules of the journals.

OK, I think I finally figured it all out. Those agencies that approve the Russian vaccine in their countries are bad agencies, and those that only accepted the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines are good agencies. Makes so much sense!

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Posted in: Misinformation surges amid India's COVID-19 calamity See in context

*Yeah, they give as example of misinformation that is or should be blocked a guy snorting lemon juice when there is a lot of very valid and useful information that is being blocked as "misinformation"; information that is supported by peer reviewed scientific journals**.*

And why not a single respected insitution related to science and health accept the supposedly useful information? obviously is not like every single one of them is on the conspiracy, right?

Wow, you certainly have a very short and/or selective memory. A number of us have posted about statements from institutions in a number of countries recommending and distributing vitamin D. Unless you do not consider institutions like the NHS as respected.

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Posted in: Vaccine chief Kono blames drug approval system for slow inoculation drive See in context

Every one living in fear. There are cheap and effective medicines for Covid but the powers to be do not want people to use them. 

What effective medicines?

Why do the ‘powers’ that be hide them?

The evidence is out there- all one has to do is search it as the main stream news will not report it.

What non ‘mainstream’ news source has this evidence?

Science journals.

The real question is WHY don't the MSM mention them.

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Posted in: Japan prepares to inoculate adolescents aged 12-15 against COVID See in context

Why should we vaccinate kids in Japan when there are no reported deaths or serious consequences attributed to covid? Just because those deaths exist in your imagination?

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Posted in: Japan prepares to inoculate adolescents aged 12-15 against COVID See in context

"Yes, out of 61,000 confirmed infections: zero deaths and zero serious complications."

Again, that would be confirmed deaths or cases of serious complications, the low number of detection being performed reduce very importantly the sensitivity for the detection of anything that is infrequent.

Do you have ANY evidence of anyone in Japan under 20 dying of covid or suffering serious effects of covid? Anything?

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Posted in: Free your smile with this clear mask See in context

I hope this mask wearing thing will come to an end soon, though I do enjoy wearing a gimp mask from time to time.

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Posted in: What, if anything, do you believe governments around the world aren't telling the public about the coronavirus? See in context

Simple safe and cheap ways everyone can improve their chances to fight this virus; e.g. vitamin D, zinc...

The IFR is now known to be 0.15%, barely harmful to the large majority of people and children are almost untouched by it but most people seem to think it's like ebola.

Very true! No child has yet died in Japan from covid.

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Posted in: Regulators explore new methods to evaluate vaccines for latecomers See in context

No, that is incorrect, even Didier Raoult (that invalidly tried to manipulate his own studies and is facing serious consequences about it)

Has he faced serious consequences? All your links are about one year old. If any of those criticisms were valid, there must have been at least one concrete consequence by now. Or were they all baseless pharma-led accusations.

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Posted in: Regulators explore new methods to evaluate vaccines for latecomers See in context


I looked at your first link. It just says they accepted that the paper should also include the clinical results and they concluded that they should pay special attention to the possibility of arrhythmias, but I don't see why his previous paper should be retracted, since their original goal according to Raw Beer's quote was to look at the effect on viral shedding. That result is still valid, HCQ greatly reduced viral shedding.

So your comment is a complete misrepresentation, when you interpret "neither mortality, nor the passage in intensive care unit, nor the duration of the treatment can be evaluated on such a small group" as meaning "The study proved that HCQ had absolutely no importance in the risk of patients going to ICU or dying from the disease".

I can't see how one can misunderstand prof Rault's statement like that, seems intentional.

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Posted in: Regulators explore new methods to evaluate vaccines for latecomers See in context

People always say that, but when asked to produce those studies they never seem to be able to find them.

That's strange, I have seen on JT several references on vitamin D over the past months, both for scientific studies as well as recommendations from health agencies.

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Posted in: Regulators explore new methods to evaluate vaccines for latecomers See in context

The day humans or even scientists are infallible I will agree with you, however humanity is nowhere near that.

Not only are scientist not infallible, they are also not always all that honest. Especially when it comes to big pharma.

Do you know what is hundreds or thousands times less dangerous than COVID for average healthy adults? the vaccines.

And even less dangerous than vaccine are hydroxychloroquine and vitamin D, except for those irrational people that deny science.

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Posted in: Number of Americans fully vaccinated tops 100 million See in context

Why are white male republican voters the largest group refusing vaccinations?

Because they are less gullible.

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Posted in: U.S., Britain rush supplies to virus-stricken India See in context

Why the Second Wave of the 1918 Flu Pandemic Was So Deadly - The first strain of the 1918 flu wasn’t particularly deadly. Then it came back in the fall with a vengeance.

Something worth mentioning about the Spanish Flu is that the vast majority died from bacterial infections.

So becsuse of antibiotics, we should not expect that to happen again.

India is what happens when there's runaway spread of the virus

It's a cautionary tale of letting the virus run free spreading

India is what happens when there is not a free flow of information.

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