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Posted in: Risk of blood clots in lung doubled for COVID survivors: U.S. study See in context

It’s not COVID that’s doing the damage. Stop reading MSM nonsense and you’ll be healthier.

https://www.trialsitenews.com/a/japanese-cardiovascular-surgeon-stop-the-vaccine-boosters-now-due-to-serious-risks-fca9a6f3

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Posted in: 2,000 Ukrainians, Russians and supporters in Tokyo protest against Russia invasion See in context

Protesting will have no impact at all. Putin has moved on the Ukraine. It was never a cohesive country in its current form anyway. But it may be when this is all over. And Ukraine will be a lot smaller, Russia will be a little larger. But all will be much more culturally representative.

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Posted in: Japan looks to expand COVID quasi-emergency to Tokyo, 10 other prefectures See in context

It only looks that way to people that actively refuse to recognize reality, with experts and doctors in every country clearly demonstrating the value of vaccines preventing COVID and specially the most dangerous complication.

It only looks that way because IT IS that way. And that’s the reality that “experts and doctors” in every country are realizing at a great cost: And the historic lack of trust in their understanding and management of public health.

It has been seen for months. Except by the data-hesitant.

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Posted in: Australia's COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations hit new records See in context

Pandemic of the vaccinated . When will they figure it out?

They are in the US, and are rapidly figuring out they been had.

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Posted in: Japan starts year's 1st day of work amid Omicron fears See in context

Fears of omicron? Who fears that thing? I just came back to the mainland from Okinawa a few days ago and my plane was full, next to my boarding gate there was a huge JAL A350 bound for Haneda, also full. Nobody cares anymore.

Well said. But unfortunately we do have some “data hesitant “ types that seem afraid of their own shadows. And they’ll never really overcome their self induced delusions.

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Posted in: Wave of canceled flights from Omicron closes out 2021 See in context

That’s the expected impact of the MORONIC variant. When it is confronted with airline employees inflicted with cognitive reasoning.

It is not sickness that cancelled the flights.

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Posted in: Eric Adams sworn in as New York City mayor after ball drop See in context

New York has committed suicide a few mayors ago. A vegan with head of lettuce is an appropriate epitaph.

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Posted in: Japan entry controls to stay until more known about Omicron See in context

Border restrictions and more fear. As the mutant descendent of the Fauci flu spreads effortless around the world. Hunting down the immune compromised.

And the cognitively disabled race to booster themselves into oblivion.

As I mentioned months ago to the “data hesitant” Virolex: Right about this time the Great Barrington Realization hits. And the Pandemic of the Vaccinated reveals itself. To be followed by the Pandemic of the Vaccine injured.

Life is hard. It’s harder when you’re…… you know.

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Posted in: Shionogi says its COVID pill under development effective against Omicron See in context

Show the data then, because that is something not even shionogi have yet, which means your comment is baseless, preventing a disease is always better than curing it. And it is cheaper as well.

Speaking of getting lost . And being lost in general.

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Posted in: Shionogi says its COVID pill under development effective against Omicron See in context

Curing the common cold sounds noble enough. In the meantime, get lost.

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Posted in: Liverpool welcome See in context

Covidiotic behavior precedes moronic behavior. Let’s hope they all get “boostered” into pine boxes for all our sake.

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Posted in: Japan bars new foreign arrivals for 1 month over Omicron fears See in context

I believe the brighter folks know exactly how to handle this. For the others, run along and get your boosters. You are obviously slow learners.

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID pill 89% effective against severe disease See in context

That does not make them "basically the same" and definitely do not mean they share their mechanism of action, risks, ways to achieve their effects nor the amount of efficacy. Promoting RNA chain termination is in no way the same thing as elevating the rates of lethal viral mutations, even if the final effect is reduction of viable viral titers. If compound group was enough to make two drugs the same then for example Oxycodone would be "basically" just Hydroxyzine because both come as hydrochloride salts,

Clueless...

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Posted in: Foreign researchers facing stricter quarantine; 'jailed' in hotel See in context

Stay away from air travel. The passengers are all vaccinated and shedding virus and variants. They’ll eventually figure it out, but in the meantime a lot of the Covidian cult will become ill in the meantime.

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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…

https://freewestmedia.com/2021/09/23/norway-reclassifies-covid-19-no-more-dangerous-than-ordinary-flu/

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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.

https://dreddymd.com/2021/09/03/fact-check-the-fda-first-approved-ivermectin-for-humans-back-in-1996/

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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

https://english.alarabiya.net/coronavirus/2021/09/05/Israel-s-COVID-19-adviser-calls-country-to-prepare-for-a-fourth-booster-vaccine-shot

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.

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/09/why_all_the_fuss_about_ivermectin.html

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

https://www.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/israel-registers-almost-11000-cases-in-a-day-marking-new-record-678227

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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