FtGuy2017 comments

Posted in: Japan's governors call for COVID lockdown See in context

this is correct. in fact, the vaccinations are causing the spread of the virus. keeping your head buried in the sand does not mean it's not happening.

What is happening in Vermont USA about variant delta, is definitely something that must be studied.

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Posted in: Hackers steal $97 mil from Japanese crypto exchange See in context

Anyway, with Uniswap Pairs protocols, Farming & DEFI becoming more and more popular, all thanks to Ethereum's layer 2 networks bringing cheap transactions, (CEX) centralized exchange might probably be, in a near future, a thing of the past.

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Posted in: Hackers steal $97 mil from Japanese crypto exchange See in context

Cryptocurrencies have soared in popularity as assets in recent years, despite their volatility and concerns over their environmental impact as trading them requires vast quantities of electricity.

Pfff, article written by someone who has no knowledge at all about crypto, it is not trading which may require a vast quantity of electricity but mining and only if the protocol of the crypto asset is "Proof of Work", "Proof of Stake" does not require any except for running the node.

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Posted in: Japan's governors call for COVID lockdown See in context

Stop using people's life and their freedom of movement as a variable to adjust for your lack of treatment of the disease, stay focus on how to cure and treat the early patients to avoid severe conditions to happen.

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Posted in: Sydney extends lockdown for another month; imposes partial curfew See in context

Australia is clear evidence that you cannot avoid a virus to circulate among the population, better spend the energy to treat & cure.

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Posted in: Japan extends virus emergency to Sept 12; weighs legal options to enforce restrictions See in context

You start to wish for a vaccine and you finish in a Orwellian/segregationist state like France (who would have believed it) where you have 2 types of citizens now based on your blood stream, one can go to the supermarket and the other one cannot, one can go to hospital and one is refused the entrance by a security guard, that is the state you want?

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Posted in: Jabs at Tokyo Dome See in context

Mass vaccination with an experimental vaccine never used before on humans with no background whatsoever in the long term...what can go wrong? Stop this madness now and bring the vaccine VLA2001 on the field, this one is much more promising against variants and based on conventional fabrication enough with this broken mRNA tech which barely works, requires booster because well...it barely works and will be probably turned in the future into permanent perfusion.

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Posted in: Suga says Japan has secured enough COVID-19 'antibody cocktails' See in context

Treating the patients at early stages is what must be done to avoid death!

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Posted in: Concerns mount over possible collapse of Japan's medical system See in context

Build hospitals & stop closing ICU instead of funnelling our tax money to bigPharma& co.

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Posted in: Japan health panel backs AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for ages 40, over See in context

I guess this is obviously showing that the current vaccines do not reduce the viral charge!

https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2021/07/30/1022867219/cdc-study-provincetown-delta-vaccinated-breakthrough-mask-guidance

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7031e2.htm?s_cid=mm7031e2_w

The study details a COVID-19 outbreak that started July 3 in Provincetown, Mass., involving 469 cases. It found that three-quarters of cases occurred in fully vaccinated people. Massachusetts has a high rate of vaccination: about 69% among eligible adults in the state at the time of the study.

It also found no significant difference in the viral load present in the breakthrough infections occurring in fully vaccinated people and the other cases, suggesting the viral load of vaccinated and unvaccinated persons infected with the coronavirus is similar.

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Posted in: Officials in Tokyo alarmed at lack of sense of crisis as virus cases hit record highs See in context

Let the young Japanese build their own herd immunity and stop panicking, they will protect us like a wall, every single new variant appears to be less deadly than the previous one, as they will get some, they will develop proper antibodies, a mix of all variants and will be less and less sensitive, stronger and stronger. every single new case is bringing us closer, if you feel for your own situation because you are unhealthy or with some comorbidities and worry to develop the severe version, get your vaccine.

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Posted in: Sydney police call for military to enforce lockdown See in context

Stay-at-home orders have failed to reduce new infections to zero

So stupid, of course, it never did, never do, and never will do.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics report 1st post-competition COVID-19 case See in context

Will this interesting live experimentation finally open the eyes of people that even if you vaccinate almost everybody in a confined village with tight regulation then you will have contamination of the vaccinated people (exactly like the Israeli report has been showing)...looking at Australia and all those crazy insane Zero Virus Policy At All Freedom Cost countries headed with Health Taliban which dictate more on believes and conflict of interest, than...studies and observation.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,128 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,574 See in context

Israeli report: Coronavirus patients who recovered from the virus were far less likely to become infected during the latest wave of the pandemic than people who were vaccinated against COVID (6.72 times more likely), according to numbers presented to the Israeli Health Ministry.

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/309762

So according to this report, it seems all patients detected positive and reported every day here will build better protection than the one with the current vaccine against a future wave/variant should we get one, so hell yes, vaccinated people too should wear masks more than ever to avoid to catch new variant and keep social distancing to avoid both contamination & transmission of the disease to healthily people.

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Posted in: England lifts COVID restrictions as scientists warn of surge in cases See in context

The government's stated approach of lifting controls now before any winter surge of respiratory disease is marked by "moral emptiness and epidemiological stupidity", said University of Bristol public health expert Gabriel Scally.

Expert in what? conflict of interest? No comment!

https://thefatemperor.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ISAG-Thread-Conflicts-of-Interest.pdf

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

Side effects are real, a fear of them is normal, everybody is welcome to judge risk versus benefit and decide, just yesterday FDA added a new warning on J&J, at this time all new vaccines have already identified side effects, who can say today how many new warnings are going to be discovered in the next 2 or 3 years? It is exactly why vaccines need years and not months of pharmacovigilance. As a side note, a person not vaccinated DOES NOT EQUAL a sick one.

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Posted in: WHO estimates COVID-19 boosters needed yearly for most vulnerable See in context

It can be as simple as killing and purifying the viruses or producing the protein directly on the lab.

Telling on the board that their "high tech novelty mRNA" was not needed after all, I believe you would say anything in order to push those products

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Posted in: WHO estimates COVID-19 boosters needed yearly for most vulnerable See in context

The WHO couldn’t forecast a long weekend holiday.

The WHO’s function is to provide an announcement service for its funders. And as we have already witnessed, it better not deviate.

Indeed!

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Posted in: China's bitcoin crackdown sparks fears of dirtier cryptomining See in context

Crypto traders are interested in cashing out with big gains and turning their crypto into US Dollars, while claiming the US dollar is worthless and the entire Fiat currency system is going to crash and burn. They make no sense at all.

They are only turning "profit" in fiat, not their main investment, because our society does not provide yet a full way to live on crypto-only thanks to banks and gov (SEC), so it does perfectly make sense however things are changing like in San Salvador for example, recently accepting crypto as legal tender.

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Posted in: China's bitcoin crackdown sparks fears of dirtier cryptomining See in context

Not all blockchains require Proof of Work.

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Posted in: JOC to watch for hateful online posts during Tokyo Olympics See in context

China's model of society is slowly becoming the norm everywhere, thanks to govt's milking the covid19's fear and the population praying for getting more of it.

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Posted in: 10 million Australians in lockdown as COVID Delta variant spreads See in context

while the AstraZeneca jab will be available to people aged under 60 who sign an indemnity form.

That makes you so confident to get it LOL

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Posted in: Australia battles several clusters in new pandemic phase See in context

**Insanity* : Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.*

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Posted in: Global herd immunity remains out of reach because of inequitable vaccine distribution See in context

Public health experts estimate that approximately 70% of the world’s 7.9 billion people must be fully vaccinated to end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Disinformation at its best ! "must be fully vaccinated" should read "needs to be immune" so suddenly natural immunity does not exist anymore for those who already got the covid19 for thos "health expert" ? No better vaccine than the natural disease. No surprise they are losing all their credibility.

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Posted in: How vaccines work against the COVID-19 Delta variant See in context

Dr. Harvey Risch, MD, PhD, Professor of Epidemiology Yale University on Hydroxychloroquine :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2DxP-6wHoY

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Posted in: It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine. See in context

It is now known that age causes little difference in the efficacy or safety of the vaccine.

Well let's see what WHO says about Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine from 12 to 15 :

"WHO does not recommend vaccination of children below 16 years of age, even if they belong to a high-risk group."

https://www.who.int/news-room/feature-stories/detail/who-can-take-the-pfizer-biontech-covid-19--vaccine

Who should not take the vaccine?

People with a history of severe allergic reaction to any component of the vaccine should not take it.

The vaccine has only been tested in children above 16 years of age. Therefore, at this time, WHO does not recommend vaccination of children below 16 years of age, even if they belong to a high-risk group.

Does it prevent infection and transmission?

There is currently no substantive data are available related to impact of Pfizer BioNTech vaccine on transmission or viral shedding.

In the meantime, we must maintain and strengthen public health measures that work: masking, physical distancing, handwashing, respiratory and cough hygiene, avoiding crowds, and ensuring good ventilation

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Posted in: Star Alliance expands use of biometrics See in context

Another use of the covid excuse for implementing general tracking of the population, when will this stop?

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Posted in: G7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations See in context

They are only leaders of one thing, "suppressing freedom and installing global surveillance".

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Posted in: Eisai sees potential of new Alzheimer's drug but costs remain concern See in context

Health should not be a market.

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Posted in: Australia's second-largest city to exit two-week virus lockdown See in context

taking care of patient at the early stage is what makes the difference between life and death, lockdown is only necessary when you do not want to give your heath care system the necessary fund and support to work efficiently (when saving money is more important than saving life).

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