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Posted in: Can COVID vaccine technology help make a better flu jab? See in context

By the way, it is a fact that only about 8 - 10,000 die from the flu each year in America.

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Posted in: COVID vaccines for kids? Strategies around the world See in context

To those who those who click " - " on the above did you even go and do some research? I fully realize each side has its talking points but the interview with Dr. Killian seemed legit. As an American, I am neither pro-Trump or pro-Biden, just pro-freedom and espouse both liberal and conservative views depending on the subject at hand. But I staunchly disagree about forcing not only children to get this biologic therapy, but also all those in the work force, by firing them if they refuse. There is clearly a hidden agenda here and one that forebodes very ominously for the future.

As an aside, did anyone notice the change in handle of Virus_rex to virusrex, as well as the avatar color change from red to black?

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Posted in: COVID vaccines for kids? Strategies around the world See in context

No, No, No!

Dr.. Rochagné Kilian, an ER doctor in Owen Sound, Ontario, recently resigned in protest of mandatory vaccines and the corruption of Canada's health services. Look her up. She reported that in the last 5 years in Canada more under 20 yr old patients died of influenza infection than Covid-19, roughly 40 vs 8 per year (over the last 5 years vs the last year, respectively). Importantly, 80% of her ER patients over the last 3-4 months that came in with new symptoms were double vaxxed. She only asked them as she was aware of the controversy of the efficacy of the "vaccine" and there was no direction by the hospital administrators to ask the question with the standard questionnaire asked upon admission. In fact, the patients seemed to be vainly proud that they were doubly vaxxed! How ironic but understandable in view of the slanted news we are inundated with.

In short, she asks why would anyone give vaccines to children if they are at low risk of Covid in the first place? Of course, this also connects to what will be happening to them later on his life as per her other comments that her recent ER patients are 80% vaxxed. She goes on to say that the only thing different in their lives was taking the vaxxine, which is really just an experimental biologic, ie, type of gene therapy.

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Posted in: Kishida says Japan will start 3rd COVID vaccine shots in December See in context

What don't you armchair "experts" not get.?

Natural immunity is far superior to a vaccine in giving long term immunity for any viral infection. End of story. Case closed. If you had a bout with covid you do not need to get a "vaccine" shot.

This is not even a vaccine in the traditional sense. It is a form of genetic therapy and has already been taken off the market in various countries due to deaths and serious adverse reactions.

I'll rely on my innate and natural immunity and not on some artificial sweetener.

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Posted in: Can the Taliban suppress the potent IS threat? See in context

Is IS really a threat? No! Al Qaeda? No! They are creations of the Western secret services to create a boogeyman Islamic foe. We know for a fact Sept. 11 is a lie; ergo, Al Qaeda is a lie. The most important question left to consider is why did the US suddenly pull out? Started by a Republican president and actualized by a Democratic president. Same as Iraq: Bush to Obama. Talk about history repeating itself! Why? We shall see soon.

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

BIgYen

OK, Uber eats or some other service will work, won't it? The world is not perfect and it never will be. Why do you whine about such a minor problem in our society? Much bigger problems exist in society to solve which is what I really am trying to say.

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

Skeptical:

One more thing. Write in a way that we can all understand in an instant. Clarity is important for a real discussion. You, like many others on this forum, write with both the intention to obfuscate an issue and to make yourself seem more intelligent than you really are. Cut to the chase. I write straight up and to the point and think critically, and importantly, not based on a political agenda.

Just answer this question: should a hospital in Idaho serve sushi to a Japanese patient?

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

BIgYen

I totally agree. 100%. I am just saying there never will be an infrastructure to do what the writer of this article is asking. It would be so simple to just focus on good nutrition.

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

Skeptical Says:

"Much of what the professor says is reasonable for stakeholder conversations with those entities that approve public funding for facility operations."

I consider myself pretty intelligent but what do you mean? I am really at a loss.

"Adding questions towards cultural support in general, and culturally inclusive foods in particular, is a really good idea."

Where do you get this infrastructure for a cook to learn how to make naan and curry. And for one person?

"Important: blah, blah, blah"

What is your point? I am perplexed and stunned at all of your comments.

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

"My mom is quite religious and also has diet restrictions. When she went to the hospital, all those days, most of the time she was not eating at all.”

Sir, madam Minakshi Raj: that is where you come in as an offspring to make your mother feel comfortable where she is not in her native land. I really don't understand where you are going with this article. Were I to be in a hospital in India would I expect Cheeseburgers and French fries? Hell, no! I would take what they gave me and be thankful.

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Posted in: What's on the menu matters in health care for diverse patients See in context

Minakshi Raj:

What a complete joke your article is. Do you want every hospital and long term nursing facility in America to offer a full menu to cater to every ethic group? Study something else of substance. Academic experts should focus on basic nutritional needs, not how it is prepared for individuals. The patient's families should provide those ethnic niceties. What BS this article is.

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Posted in: Man arrested for exposing himself to young girls in park See in context

Gaijinjland Says:

This guy either watched way too much porn or not enough. Translation: "I watch in the appropriate amount."

Disgusting thing to get off on. Translation: "But I have thought about it, too."

I'm sure the girls will have mental scars but at least nobody was physically harmed. Translation: "I am a know-it-all psychologist to boot."

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Posted in: Employer vaccine mandates convert some workers, but not all See in context

More importantly, why is the government doing thi?

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Posted in: Two Europes: Low vaccine rates in east overwhelm ICUs See in context

Finally, the value of individual thought, freedom and reasoning supersedes and is therefore more important than group morals and group ethics, especially when the government is essentially forcing us with "vaccine" mandates by brainwashing the masses to believe this is in the best interest of society. The fact that many deaths used to inflate Covid-19 death numbers are outright lies, it is indeed a brave new world in 1984, now 2021. We are moving in a very dangerous direction.

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Posted in: Two Europes: Low vaccine rates in east overwhelm ICUs See in context

Both vaccines still use gene therapy (viral vectors containing the spike protein gene) to make this protein that no human cell in the history of mankind has ever made. This is playing God. Why isn't the vaccine more simple like just injecting the spike protein or an inactivated virus which contains the spike protein as is traditionally done? Why? Especially, when everything about the Covid pandemic seems so contrived and built up to something much more serious than it really is. Yes, one day I might get severely ill but I will still stand by principles and not propaganda.

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Posted in: Two Europes: Low vaccine rates in east overwhelm ICUs See in context

We are not anti-vaxxers. We are against using experimental gene therapy via an injection of modified mRNA molecules to produce an protein in our OWN cells that is not necessarily easily removed from the body. Furthermore tis gene therapy has a much higher rate of death and adverse side effects than any other traditional vaccine. So it is our choice, whether not to get an injection of a suspect methodology that has not been proven safe over the long term. We reject the arguments of the pro-"Vaccine" outright and most adamantly. In my experience, I have found the more intelligence a person has, the less likely they are to get the jab. Besides, if you are vaccinated why would you care if we remain unvaccinated? I just don't get it.

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Posted in: Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts: How can it be done better? See in context

VIrus_rex I know for a fact that no hospital routinely sequences the spike protein as there is no change in treatment, which absolutely proves to me you know nothing.

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Posted in: Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts: How can it be done better? See in context

Yes, Wick's pencil. Good point. They know if anyone knows. briefly, and this is a fact, patients who come into the emergency room with a stroke have to wait for a PCR test. If they are positive and die it is a Covid death. This is an irrefutable fact. The nurses know this.

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Posted in: Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts: How can it be done better? See in context

The author of this article writes: "Freedom is a critical concept in the anti-vaccination rhetoric. " Why would the author use the term "rhetoric"? So biased. Disgusting. I am Ivy League educated and a microbial geneticist by training, and spent 20 years working for a Japanese biomedical company and well -versed in science, immunology, vaccines and diagnostic testing. See above post. I am waiting for the traditional vaccine of an inactivated protein. So this is why I am a holdout. I don't want man-made genetic sequences entering my body which is not proven. There is a small chance for it to integrate into my DNA but more importantly I already know the side effects and they are damning. I know vaccine 2 vaccine recipients who almost died. This is why there are so many hold outs and why protests are increasing through out the world.

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Posted in: Massive numbers of new COVID infections, not vaccines, are main driver of new coronavirus variants See in context

The identification of Covid-19 variants is done by genetic sequencing of its spike protein only in very highly specialized research laboratories. The commercial PCR test does not identify variants so how can they say all these new infections in a hospital/clinical setting are the Delta variant, for example. I am sure virus_rex, our resident troll extraordinaire, will have a rambling and pathetic answer. Wait for it.

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Posted in: 9/11 brought heartbreak to Japan as well See in context

Harry_Gatto I don't want to be off topic but to answer your question about the using my cell phone and the landing of the aircraft I am travelling in. I mean when I am merely a few hundred feet off the ground trying to call a friend or family member waiting for me at the airport seconds before touchdown. Absolutely no signal and believe me I tried many, many times.

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Posted in: 9/11 brought heartbreak to Japan as well See in context

OK, this is not about conspiracy theories. I will duly note that and just pray for the souls who died that day.

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Posted in: 9/11 brought heartbreak to Japan as well See in context

I respectfully would like to address the news article regarding Mr. Kuge and ask that the author of the article (Mr. Patrick Parr) to clarify the source where he mentions texts reaching the passengers on the flight that supposedly crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. I have travelled extensively both prior to and after 9/11 and never could make a call from my cellphone. Ever. (Yes, the airline flight attendants told us to turn off our phones throughout the flight. My bad!) This is a fact even when landing.

Furthermore, from a reliable first hand source I heard that the people in Shanksville never heard the sounds of a racing engine prior to the crash, where no wreckage was ever found.

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Posted in: Japan orders 150 million doses of Novavax COVID vaccine See in context

OK, I might take this vaccine as it not genetically based and more of a traditional vaccine. My objection to the mRNA vaccines is that there is a chance that the mRNA sequences for producing the spike protein could be reverse transcribed into DNA to ultimately integrate into my muscle cells' DNA (and possibly other cells of different organs after the mRNA vaccine particles pass through the lymph system and then enter said cells) and continually produce this protein in my body, possibly crippling me with an autoimmune disease years down the road. This is scientifically possible. Such are the reasons why many people take a wait and see approach.

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Posted in: Japan considering vaccine passports for commercial activities See in context

Oxycodin I agree with you. I have been reading the comments by people who have no idea why this vaccine passport has been implemented and increasing in scope. To us it is so obvious. It is frustrating that there are so many that are so dull, obtuse and undiscerning in this world who just think everything is must be legit if they see it on TV. It is also very sad and I truly fear for the future of humanity.

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