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Posted in: COVID-19 vaccine boosters could mean billions for drugmakers See in context

Ya think? Not “Could Mean”. More accurately: “Is Making”.

Brilliant journalism.

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Posted in: UK counts on vaccines, 'common sense' to keep virus at bay See in context

Some more facts…

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Posted in: Study suggests Delta does not cause more severe childhood COVID See in context

This meant the unvaccinated were 10.1 times more likely to be hospitalized compared to vaccinated.

No it doesn’t. Because the percentage of Child vaccinations greatly lag that of the adults. Therefore, there are simply less vaccinated youngsters.

It is too early to conclude any real benefit. As they keep ignoring side effects.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

But you would be willing to take ivermectin which isn’t approved for human use. Strange logic in my book.

That’s because your logic is combined with a lack of knowledge.

Ivermectin for humans has been approved and used by millions of people for decades.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

As an advocate for said treatment i think it is only fair that you tell us about your experiences.

I am strongly advocating that you get your vaccine booster. As I deal with a seemingless endless blight of intestinal worms.

Stay safe.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

I'm pretty sure that if I even thought I had Parasitic Worms or Head Lice I wouldn't be waiting 3-4 weeks

Well, mail service isn’t what it used to be. And I am in no rush.

And I am not really that interested in what you think you may have or not.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

Maybe it’ll stop at number 5 at year end. What a vaccine.

The most highly vaccinated country has one of the highest infection rates.

Seems to be pattern, as the Cult ponders existing medicines that have been safely on the market for decades, and ponders concocted veterinarial stories.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

@Doc - Do you have chronic Scabies? Just wondering what you require Ivermectin for that you couldn't get it prescribed here for a legitimate need?

Whatever I had, it’s all gone.

Let us know how your boosters work out. Because they’re coming. And they’ll keep coming.

Until you figure it out.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

I have never suffered side effects with Ivermectin. You can buy it from Southeast Asia web pharma sites, and they airmail to Japan.

I have never had any problems. The medicines come with manufacturers label, ingredients, expiry date, storage instructions, prescription note (and you don’t need a prescription), etc

Usually takes 3 to 4 weeks to arrive.

No big deal.

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Posted in: Efforts grow to stamp out use of parasite drug ivermectin for COVID-19 See in context

Good. In the meantime seems side effects with human doses are mild. I wonder by what mechanism of action it could help against coronavirus.

facilitating the transport of zinc into the cell being attacked, and that suppresses the virus replication.

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Posted in: California law seeks 'gender neutral' toy aisles See in context

I wonder if California law will push Amazon use a “gender neutral” category for their item catalogs?

These physical store retail outlets face a never ending onslaught from government edicts. And governments are grasping for gimmicks to extend their survival. Good luck.

Stupidity is never a great sales tactic.

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Posted in: What happens when the COVID-19 vaccines enter the body? See in context

What happens with these EUA Covid medicines enter the body? Well, they’re finding out more with each passing month, and it’s not pretty.

Maybe they should revisit the beneficial properties of safe and existing drugs first.

When will see an affordable solution? How about looking at some now.

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Posted in: Vaccine minister Kono to run in LDP leadership race See in context

Perfect Choice for PM.

This buffoon that pushing rampant vaccination is unwittingly engineering his own demise when the masses awake to the ramifications.

If he makes it to PM, his reign of error will be shorter than Suga’s.

Amateur hour in the Land of the Setting Sun.

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Posted in: Suga to resign; says he couldn't run for reelection and handle virus response See in context

If you have to soon confront China, you’ll need a leader who can manage a real crisis.

The stable of geriatrics within the LDP better take notice. Picking another bag-holder won’t suffice considering what’s soon to hit Japan.

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Posted in: Suga rules out dissolving lower house soon so he can focus on COVID response See in context

"It all comes down to the COVID-19 situation. It's impossible to decide whether to dissolve (the lower house) or not just yet," said one person close to Suga.

God help Japan. The Geriatric-in-Chief is extending the reign of error.

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Posted in: Has Delta killed the herd immunity dream? See in context

I have stated previously that the narrative could fall apart in the next flu season. But the attempts to keep forcing it will fail at an increasing rate.

The Delta variant and all subsequent variants will reveal a fact already clear to many professional immunologists: We are facing and should be bracing for a pandemic of the vaccinated.

Israel registers almost 11,000 COVID cases, marking new record - The Jerusalem Post

25% of Israelis on their 3rd shot in one of the most vaccinated countries, and infection skyrocketing. Adjacent Palestinian with very little vaccination and next to zero new infections.

Figure it out.

Historically respiratory pandemics usually diminish after 12 to 18 months. Not this one. Let’s see how long they can stumble through the Greek alphabet dispensing boosters and creating damage.

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Posted in: Has Delta killed the herd immunity dream? See in context

What the Delta variant has done is expose the uncomfortable truth that many have been warned about.

”The natural immune protection that develops after a SARS-CoV-2 infection offers considerably more of a shield against the Delta variant of the pandemic coronavirus than two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to a large Israeli study that some scientists wish came with a ‘Don’t try this at home’ label,” the Scientific American reported Thursday.

“The newly released data show people who once had a SARS-CoV-2 infection were much less likely than vaccinated people to get Delta, develop symptoms from it, or become hospitalized with serious COVID-19.”

Put another way, vaccinated individuals were 27 times more likely to get a symptomatic COVID infection than those with natural immunity from COVID.”

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Posted in: Japan weighs mixing and matching COVID vaccines See in context

People need to stop accepting all these government musings on vaccine guidelines.

If you haven’t figured out that this has been amateur hour all along, then now is a good time start thinking for yourself .

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Posted in: Can health insurance companies charge the unvaccinated higher premiums? See in context

Will health insurance companies provide coverage for side effects or disability resulting from vaccination?

I think we all the answer to that.

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Posted in: Lockdowns or vaccines? NZ, Australia, Japan try diverging paths See in context

So no, it is not that lowdowns produced heavier impact from the pandemic, places with the heaviest burden by the pandemic were the places where it became easier to justify costly measures like lockdowns.

You need to study and increase your understanding on how lockdowns impact your health and negativity affect your immunity to illnesses.

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Posted in: Lockdowns or vaccines? NZ, Australia, Japan try diverging paths See in context


Well stated and exactly on point.

And for those that do not understand, then be ready to kiss the normalcy you have always known, Goodbye.

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Posted in: Lockdowns or vaccines? NZ, Australia, Japan try diverging paths See in context

Looks like you skipped over the part of the article that clearly states how lockdowns have worked exceptionally well (in NZ in particular) at saving lives and getting people's lives back to normal.

If you look at continental data where most of humanity lives ( and not on an isolated and sparsely populated island), lockdowns have not worked. In fact, Covid infections have been higher than average in the majority of these locked down places.

As for your expectations of things returning to normal in NZ under a government pursuing a zero Covid policy: Good luck.

You’ll die of old age before normalcy returns. Even under 100% vaccination.

Just another example of a flattened learning curve from a nation whose main industry is producing sheep.

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Posted in: Lockdowns or vaccines? NZ, Australia, Japan try diverging paths See in context

What these people will eventually realize with regards to a highly contagious mutating respiratory virus is:

Lockdowns don’t work

Experimental Vaccines don’t work

The next leap in idiocy will occur when the Pfizer vaccine is granted approval (out of EUA) as its efficacy drops below 40%, the other vaccines are still dispensed under EUA (which they shouldn’t be), the hospitals fill with a majority of vaccinated Covid patients, boosters are promoted that are ineffective, and vaccine side effect victims mount.

This has been a complete public health debacle since it started. Unfortunately, the fear being promoted coupled by an embarrassingly flat learning curve by a blinkered public hasn’t helped.

This is a Pandemic of the Vaccinated.

Maybe Japan will figure it out.

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Posted in: French virus health pass in full use but protests keep going See in context

A Health Pass is anything but that.

First of all, are we all to assume that health is a steady state condition and that immunity from all infectious variants is absolute and indefinite?

Vaccine efficacy is already proving fleeting. And in likely non existent for some of the emerging variants.

Then what? A phone App or piece of paper that is meaningless, except for representing another block of government bureaucracy. Another government fee.

No logic. No positive impact. No health.

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Posted in: Biden picks Emanuel for Japan ambassador; Burns for China See in context

Fortunately, this will be the shortest diplomatic posting in history.

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Posted in: Taliban's takeover in Afghanistan may change China's strategy toward Japan See in context

Japan better watch itself.

Their “Sugar Daddy” is in fact led by an incompetent geriatric that cannot be depended upon.

It’s time that Japan wakes up and starts behaving like a real nation. To make its own unique decisions specific to its own unique geopolitical reality.

Yes, Afghanistan will change China’s strategy towards Japan. And it won’t make things easier for Japan.

In addition, Afghanistan has clearly demonstrated that Japan better change its strategy towards the US and China.

And Japan better do so quickly.

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Posted in: Back of the line: Charity only goes so far in world vaccines See in context

“The vast majority of the COVAX supply will go to low- and middle-income countries,” Gavi said in an email about its latest supply forecast. For many countries, it said, “COVAX is the main, if not the only source of COVID-19 vaccine supply.”

The vast majority of low income countries are figuring out what the richer ones that have been scammed will eventually figure out.

COVAX is becoming the main and only source of ineffective experimental concoctions that are proving themselves to be increasingly unnecessary.

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Posted in: Research looks for possible COVID tie to later Alzheimer’s See in context

There are studies that are studying “brain fog” , dementia, and Alzheimer’s for a variety of ailments and infections. There always are.

No news there.

How about some thorough studies on Covid-19 vaccines effects. Let’s study on where we are today for example. And keep it simple for some.

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Posted in: Japan starts giving COVID-19 shots to citizens temporarily returning See in context

The government plans to operate the venues at Haneda and Narita airports through early January next year to administer two doses of Pfizer Inc.'s vaccine to people aged 12 and over who do not have certificates of residence in Japan.

They’ll have so many does they won’t know what to do with them all.

Japan has slipped so far behind current developments that it’s laughable.

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Posted in: Florida breaks record with more than 21,000 new COVID cases See in context

Following the science is what the professionals and experts do for a living, …

And what does that have anything to do with positions you have been posting?

Much of the science and professionalism has been suppressed since this Covid debacle has started.

The narrative is unwinding. And the perpetrators of this this s called “state of emergency” are fumbling even worse these days.

It is the vaccinated that are being played.

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