Raw Beer comments

Posted in: If you die from the COVID-19 vaccine in Japan, the government will give your family over ¥44 mil See in context

Taking 3000 IU of vitamin D3 daily will help with the reaction to the vaccine as well as if you really are infected by Covvid-19...many other benefits too.

Yes!!!

I'm amazed that this is not repeated daily on the MSM. There are clear proven benefits to taking vitamin D.

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Posted in: Vaccinating children: Is COVID-19 herd immunity possible without them? See in context

How many deaths have there been PROVEN by a credible healthcare professionals directly attributed to a Covid Vaccine, Also, how many within two hours? You have ZERO credible proof.

Dying within 2 hours? None that I know of. Where did you get that from?

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Posted in: Vaccinating children: Is COVID-19 herd immunity possible without them? See in context

Neowave

That sums up their comments very well. I am quite amazed at the double standard: anyone who tests PCR positive at time of death is considered a Covid death, regardless of the comorbidities. But a healthy person feeling sick within minutes of vaccination and dying within the next 2 days, it was definitely not caused by the vaccine.

Great post, Rex. It's inconceivable that intelligent people would downvote it, but here we are.

Oh, intelligent people know very well why the downvotes are well deserved.

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Posted in: Fujifilm to restart clinical trial of Avigan to treat COVID-19: report See in context

Uh-oh. Think I just answered my own question, didn’t I? They don’t want us to be mobile!!

You certainly did! They certainly don't...

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Posted in: Beyond 100 mil: Biden team aiming for bigger vaccine numbers See in context

Wow, jumping from 1 million per day to 100 million in 100 days! Amazing! The Biden admin sure knows how to get things done...

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Posted in: Australia administers first COVID-19 vaccines despite anti-vaxxer demonstrations See in context

Antivaxxer is the person that reject vaccines without a valid objective reason

The so called "antivaxxers" have many valid points, which unfortunately are never discussed honestly in the MSM and are getting increasingly censored on social media.

But in the case of Covid19, there are very many provaxxers that are opposed to the current vaccines for at least 2 reasons:

Covid19 has a very low mortality rate (i.e., even they were effective and relatively safe, they are not needed).

Testing of these experimental vaccines has been rushed and the long term effects are unknown.

Almost 22 percent of Australians said they were unlikely to get the jab, with vaccine hesitancy rising in recent months,

That's quite a low number. I suspect the number would be much higher if they were better informed...

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Posted in: Australia administers first COVID-19 vaccines despite anti-vaxxer demonstrations See in context

The technology itself has been used on humans for years, so any long term effect specific for it would have been evident already,

How many people received previous versions? I bet it's much so much fewer than the number of people who have so fa received the current vaccines.

the technique is not "similar" to gene therapy, it can be used for that purpose, but in this case is not.

It can be used for gene therapy because it is similar. As you already know, some countries actually consider it to be gene therapy. I don't know whether Australia also officially consider these vaccines as gene therapy. You could argue whether that is a valid classification, but you can't deny that they are at least similar.

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Posted in: Vaccinating children: Is COVID-19 herd immunity possible without them? See in context

Unless this point is reached the only other alternative is to continue with economy heavy social distancing measures in order to protect these people.

The nonsense "economy heavy social distancing measures" should have been dropped very early on in the pandemic as soon as we learned who the vulnerable were. The best solution would have been to protect the vulnerable and let everyone else to go about as they wish. It seems these nonsensical measures were put in place specifically to inconvenience us and to get everyone to beg for the control measures and vaccines.

The spread will end even without vaccines. The young and healthy do not need them; vaccinating them will do little or nothing to reduce the spread.

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Posted in: Fujifilm to restart clinical trial of Avigan to treat COVID-19: report See in context

270 "test patients"?

That is indeed a very small number.

If they only look at the outcome, they won't be able to conclude anything with a disease of such low mortality. I hope they will measure the effects of the drug on viral load.

And I hope they won't do as some have done when testing HCQ, where they gave it to late stage patients. Antivirals should be given as early as possible. If they give it in the later stages, it won't work.

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Posted in: COVID-19 shots might be tweaked if variants get worse See in context

The appeareance of new variants has never been correlated with any kind of drug, on the other hand it has been correlated with infections in patients with decreased immunity.

Yeah, variants do appear spontaneously, but using a mutagen will speed it up. This has been known generally since the 1920s, and specifically for Remdesivir with viruses for the past 3 years.

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Posted in: Hives, chills reported following COVID-19 vaccination in Japan See in context

No one has died in any country from the vaccine.

Hundreds have died in the US after vaccination. In about 1/3 of cases they died within 48hrs.

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Posted in: COVID-19 shots might be tweaked if variants get worse See in context

If they are truly concerned with the appearance of variants, they must ensure that Remdesivir is never used to treat Covid19. Remdesivir is a known mutagen and will only increase the creation of variants.

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Posted in: Proud Boys suspect's lawyers blame Trump for Capitol attack See in context

Those fiends. They'll probably resort to using underhanded tactics like "showing evidence", like Trump saying "Proud Boys: stand back, and stand by" on national TV

Oh, I'm sorry, I did not realize that "stand back and stand by" was code for "break into and attack the Capitol"...

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Posted in: Japan finds new COVID-19 strain, while immigration faciliity reports infections See in context

From what I hear the vaccine does not attack the actual virus but it attacks the protein layer around the virus that makes it infectious. So in theory it should be effective against all strains because the protein layer is the same.

It depends on what part of the spike protein is recognized by the antibodies. The spike protein will always be there, and it will always bind to the Ace2 receptor. But variants can have mutations in places that will prevent some antibodies from binding to it.

That's why the Chinese vaccine (or Rusian one?) might be better; but it's a Chinese vaccine so ...

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Posted in: COVID-19 shots might be tweaked if variants get worse See in context

I guess that is a problem with vaccines that targets only one protein. In this respect, the Chinese vaccine would be better; but it's a Chinese vaccine so ...

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Posted in: Proud Boys suspect's lawyers blame Trump for Capitol attack See in context

Hoping to get a lighter sentence, of course they will blame Trump. It's also a good time to remind people that the Proud Boys leader is an FBI informant.

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Posted in: Researchers urge delay in administering Pfizer vaccine's second dose See in context

I feel you have a moral obligation to reconsider this title. You know the inference of the title is that the vaccine is dangerous.

Indeed, the title does not match the article but might actually better reflect reality; that experts are becoming increasing concerned with people dying after the 2nd dose.

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Posted in: The superspreaders behind top COVID-19 conspiracy theories See in context

The media is putting a lot of effort in trying to discredit those who are skeptical of the official narrative.

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Posted in: Japan begins vaccination drive, but why so late? See in context

Perhaps the word "late" is misleading. Just because you are not "first" does not make you late.

Indeed. Japan does not have the same urgency many other countries have. The FDA allowed Emergency Use Authorization for the experimental vaccines because many people were dying and no effective treatments were available (they made sure effected treatments were rejected). Not as many people are dying here.

However, I don't know why the government in Japan wanted extra testing. The vaccines effectness has been tried, tested and proven.

Safety is still an issue, especially long term.

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Posted in: The superspreaders behind top COVID-19 conspiracy theories See in context

That is irrelevant to the point made, which is that things that can be proven false should be considered false...

Yes, if they can be proven false. But this requires much more than simply saying something is false, or getting people who have conflicts of interest or are compromised in other ways to say something is false.

Unfortunately, that is rarely the case; many claim to know what is true and what is false, without being able to prove anything.

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Posted in: Japan begins COVID-19 vaccinations amid supply worry See in context

Historically, only about 1% of cases are reported to VAERS. If that is still valid today, then vaccines have a fatality rate of 0.3%.

Hmmm, just as deadly as Covid19!!!

So I hope they really look closely at how many people are killed by these vaccines.

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Posted in: Virus may never go away but could change into mild annoyance See in context

Indeed, there are many highly respected experts (e.g. Didier Raoult) that have a more rational, calm, and data-based view of this pandemic.

The example you put is the opposite of highly respected, a person that made unethical trials and falsified protocols and data to "prove" his pet theory is not someone to be respected, that is why he is facing the consequences of his actions.

You keep repeating these baseless accusations.

His main concern is treating his patients. If some patients reacted poorly to the treatment, he would take them out of the study and treat them differently. That was mentioned in his paper. Others might have kept them in the study and let them die.

He also refuses to do randomized HCQ studies with placebos, because that would mean unnecessarily letting patients die just to get his data. Such studies are not need for something like HCQ which has already been demonstrated to be safe after billions of treatments over several decades world-wide.

He is attacked by people funded by bigpharma because they do not like what he says.

And concerning the above article, Raoult discusses again in his most recent video how Gilead's Remdesivir (a mutagen) contributes to the appearance of variants. I know you do not believe that mutagens cause mutations!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9txJWKxvgKc

So if they continue to administer Remdesivir to patients, we can expect many more variants to show up and covid will continue to be a major nuisance for a long time.

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Posted in: Japan begins COVID-19 vaccinations amid supply worry See in context

@Raw Beer: Awful source of news - Posting a link form a Website that is devoted to Anti Vaxxer activism will not sway anybody remotely sensible.

Post a link from a neutral website and then I might take you seriously.

Yeah, I guess reporting on the data of the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) would make it an "antivaxxer" site. That must be why other sites never report on CDC's VAERS.

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Posted in: Virus may never go away but could change into mild annoyance See in context

Not all health professionals agree on the actually severity of this "pandemic", and most that are worried about it believe that way not because they themselves carefully reviewed the evidence but because they watch the same fear mongering news reports as everybody else.

Indeed, there are many highly respected experts (e.g. Didier Raoult) that have a more rational, calm, and data-based view of this pandemic.

You would need to prove this, every single health care organization of professionals of the world, like in every country, do coincide in the importance of the disease and that important efforts have to be done to control its impact.

I see what you did there, replacing health care professionals to health care organization of professionals, as if the views of these organizations reflect those of every single member. We shouldn't put too much faith in organizations. Just look at organizations continuing to peddle the food pyramid.

Those organizations (universities, research institutes, professional colleges of medical specializations, etc.) main role is to guide their members after reviewing the scientific evidence.

No, their main goal is get funding...

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Posted in: Japan begins COVID-19 vaccinations amid supply worry See in context

There is a huge difference between dying after a vaccine and dying from the vaccine,

Yeah, just like there is a huge difference between dying from Covid19 and dying with a PCR positive result.

the real reason you don't hear much about them is because vaccines are made with safety as a very important parameter, so it is expected that vaccines do not produce deaths.

Yeah, so says the manufacturers, and they will do everything they can for people to believe that. And this includes doing what Pfizer has already been fined billions for doing over the years: falsifying data and bribing officials.

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Posted in: Japan begins COVID-19 vaccinations amid supply worry See in context

I've read of anecdotal reports two deaths in the U.S. after receiving the vaccine, but I don't know that the cause of death was fully attributed to the vaccine. Even if true, that is 2 deaths out of 40M people vaccinated in the U.S. to date. Meanwhile, the U.S. is approaching 500K deaths out of 27.7M reported cases....

The math is pretty clear.

We rarely hear about the vaccine deaths. We only, if at all, hear about those unusual cases such as when a young healthy doctor dies from taking the vaccine. But there are many more deaths following Covid19 vaccination. As of Feb 4, there were 653 Deaths + 12,044 other injuries reported in the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. Furthermore, the VAERS system has been criticized because only a tiny fraction of cases are usually reported, perhaps as low as 1%.

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/vaers-injuries-covid-vaccine-cdc-data/?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=defender&fbclid=IwAR1lGQckIlQUrwbf4wsLIcEqx1sAc2I90QXActGKzwpvptGeghwXRA4cqPk

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Posted in: Federal lawsuit accuses Trump, Giuliani of inciting deadly Capitol riot See in context

They had nothing against Trump during the impeachment hearings, this will not be any more convincing.

Many thousands attended the peaceful rally on Jan 6.

In addition to the Proudboys, whose leader is an FBI informant, there was also a small number of people dressed in black with helmets, riot shields,... (i.e. just like Antifa) that broke windows and entered the Capitol.

Some people planned in advance to riot and enter the Capitol. Many of those who entered were simply let it. It's as if some people wanted to disrupt the hearing that was taking place. Hmmm, who could that be? Who refused the national guards? Why were the police so "unprepared"?

They are barking up the wrong tree.

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Posted in: Weight loss drug a 'game changer' in cutting obesity: study See in context

Fiber does help reduce the insulin spike, but some fruits should be avoided (or limited) as they are too sweet.

If consumed, fruits should be eaten, not drank. Fruit juices are almost as bad as sodas.

Yes, refined carbs are poison.

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Posted in: Weight loss drug a 'game changer' in cutting obesity: study See in context

Carbs are also very tasty and satisfying. I would not last long on a no-carb or even lo-carb diet.

Some people cannot even contemplate the idea of going even half a day without food, but I find it works for me.

I was very much into carbs and felt exactly as you describe; I needed my 3 meals (and snacks) per day and I would get very irritable if any meal was delayed.

I now usually eat within an 8 to 10 hour window, and I often do 1 to 3 day fasts (water only) with ease.

I don't do this for weight loss; I've always been thin. I do it for other health benefits (e.g. autophagy).

Fats also make foods very tasty and satisfying. Once you quite carbs, you no longer miss them.

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Posted in: Trump's acquittal is a sign of ‘constitutional rot’ See in context

They did, but it was a kangaroo court with biased judges who had pre-determined the outcome before hearing the evidence.

Are you referring to the impeachment or the election "trials"?

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