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Posted in: More kids showing signs of premature aging See in context

The problem is not just premature aging, but also sudden deaths (not from covid) that have been observed world wide.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NCGO9kuYM0M

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Posted in: Pink Floyd founder cancels Poland concerts after war remarks See in context

Everything Waters said about this conflict is spot on.

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Posted in: G7 countries agree on unity in Ukraine support: Hayashi See in context

In this conflict, Japan is on the wrong side.

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Posted in: U.S., Russia square off at U.N. over Ukraine See in context

“What's particularly cynical is the position of states that are pumping Ukraine full of weapons and training their soldiers," he said, maintaining that their goal is to prolong fighting “to wear down and weaken Russia.”

Yes, this is exactly what the west has been doing, for the purpose of weakening Russia. The US planned it:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oVjPh-8JMJQ

But they are failing miserably, the west (especially the EU) is weakening, Ukrainians are dying, and Russia is getting stronger.

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Posted in: Alex Jones mocks critics at trial over Sandy Hook hoax claims See in context

I never liked Jones, he's just a gatekeeper poisoning the well, but concerning his legal issues he made some good points here:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PVdWRBz5n30

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Posted in: Fight against AIDS, TB and malaria bounced back post-COVID - but not enough See in context

I guess what painkiller means is that it's time for an honest, unbiased, and qualified world health authority, something we don't have at the moment.

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Posted in: Israel attacks Damascus airport; five soldiers killed, Syria says See in context

I don’t know why Damascus doesn’t lob a few missiles over at Israel…they definitely deserve it with continued bombing of a sovereign nation!

They certainly deserve it, but Assad knows that if they do that, Syria's capital will be destroyed by US and Israel.

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Posted in: Israel attacks Damascus airport; five soldiers killed, Syria says See in context

Hundreds of thousands of people have died and millions made homeless since protests against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in 2011 developed into a civil war that drew in foreign powers and left Syria carved into zones of control.

No, this is a war started by West-backed foreign fighters. The west wanted regime change in Syria, just as they now want regime change in Russia.

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Posted in: Fuel leak ruins NASA's 2nd shot at launching moon rocket See in context

I wonder if they will ever get a man on the moon...

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Posted in: Japan may start inoculation against Omicron by end of September See in context

The above article doesn't really mention any data. Has this new "vaccine" actually been tested in humans? Lately, I've been reading and hearing they have yet to be tested in humans...

I agree that there is very little in terms of data, but it's a different bivalent vax that the FDA just gave an EUA without any tests on humans: based on wild type strain and BA.4/BA.5, not the BA.1 based bivalent vax that Japan wants to use.

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Posted in: Japan considers letting asymptomatic COVID patients go out if mask worn See in context

Actually, if you're sick, even w. Covid, you should refrain from going out, just like any other dieases you might have . Just chill and recover without the chance of giving it to anyone else.

Yes, but if you're asymptomatic you're not sick, and likely not infectious.

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Posted in: Study: Pfizer COVID pill showed no benefit in younger adults See in context

Wrong. None have yet been licensed

Why quote something if you are not going to read it? it specifically explains that if something do not make economic sense then companies have no incentive to spend the huge amounts of money necessary for putting it in the marked, which obviously means licensing it.

I did read it. But are you suggesting that pharma judged previous mRNA vaccines to not make economic sense and yet still spent large funds to prove their safety?

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Posted in: Two surprising reasons behind the obesity epidemic: Too much salt, not enough water See in context

If your body is working properly, it can handle the salt. People should definitely drink plenty of water though, and cut carbs, rather than salt.

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Posted in: Study: Pfizer COVID pill showed no benefit in younger adults See in context

mRNA vaccines have never been proven to be safe and effective under non EUA circumstances

Yes they have for many purposes, what they never were proved is economically feasible for use. If selling something will only mean losing money then there is no point in spending the fortunes necessary to put it in the market.

Wrong. None have yet been licensed. It's not enough for you to just say they are safe and effective.

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Posted in: Scientists find simple, safe method to destroy 'forever chemicals' See in context

Ban the chemicals for a start

Yep, we don't need them.

I'm actually quite happy with my cast iron skillets.

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Posted in: Russians down Ukrainian drones in Crimea as war broadens See in context

Yrral - For right or wrong, one area the US will never run out of money is defense spending. This is not new.

Because certain people stuff their pockets along the way. Only about a third of the weapons given to Ukraine reach their official destination.

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Posted in: Cheney's defeat end of an era for GOP; Trump's party now See in context

Why are they still talking about this irrelevant loser, Cheney?

Trump is a political trailblazer for the 21st century. No waffling or evading the issue. 

To many Americans, Trump exposed the fake MSM and the "fortification" of the election. And now, many more Americans finally realized the corruption of the FBI.

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Posted in: Japan reports 253,265 new coronavirus cases; 25,277 in Tokyo See in context

Pointless reporting/publishing these numbers everyday. From what I’ve seen, it’s people with runny noses and throat tickles queuing outside clinics or demanding to speak with doctors.

Must maintain the illusion of an emergency to maintain the EUAs.

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Posted in: CDC director announces shake-up, citing COVID mistakes See in context

Did the CDC's credibility die with Covid or because of Covid?

Why has nobody done this study in the US?

They don't want to know about the negative side effects. Even with their own VAERS data, they will never confirm that the effects were caused by the vax, then people will distort that and say that they confirmed that the effects were not caused by the vax.

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Posted in: Japan reports 253,265 new coronavirus cases; 25,277 in Tokyo See in context

Herd immunity must be right around the corner.

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Posted in: CDC director announces shake-up, citing COVID mistakes See in context

Oh my, you obviously did not read the paper. Is that how you dismiss all the information that goes against the pharmacy narrative? If you're not into reading, this video does a good job of explaining it:

What part of the paper contradicts the fact that no unvaccinated population was examined the same way as the vaccinated children?

They checked them before and after vaccination and they did multiple tests. The only one misrepresenting anything is you, minimizing the serious effects. Over 2% of the teen boys got some form of heart damage from getting the vax.

If parents were properly informed, they wouldn't subject their kids to this. These parents certainly wish they had known about it

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e8gGvRV7eWk&t=316s

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Posted in: CDC director announces shake-up, citing COVID mistakes See in context

And there is the recent Thai study showing the very high rate of heart damage after vaccination among teen boys.

Since they include boys with only elevation of an enzyme without any symptom whatsoever that means unvaccinated children of the same demographics could have the same results.

Oh my, you obviously did not read the paper. Is that how you dismiss all the information that goes against the pharmacy narrative? If you're not into reading, this video does a good job of explaining it:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TUDqqz-qXvQ&t=661s

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Posted in: Variant-adapted COVID vaccine wins first approval in Britain See in context

Hurray! A vaccine that no-one can refuse!!

Why? There is nothing about this vax that makes it any safer than the previous one?

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Posted in: Long COVID symptoms affect one in eight, study suggests See in context

As explained before, because your comparison is misleading when you compared the extra percentage as if it was instead of the basal prevalence, not something that come on top of it.

He didn't mislead, you misunderstood. Trying reading it again.

Title says "one in eight", not "one in five". Is the title also misleading?

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Posted in: Helping cells become better protein factories could improve gene therapies and other treatments See in context

Because most mRNA vaccines are given through an injection to the muscle, they may also face the same limitations as gene therapies and produce a lower-than-desirable immune response.

The problem with that gene therapy is not insufficient protein production. It's that the injected product does not remain at the injection site, the mRNA and lipid nanoparticles spread throw out the body, resulting in a range of serious adverse effects.

I doubt SAHA with only affect the production of the gene therapy target. Messing with the body's regulation system is asking for trouble.

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Posted in: Japan to roll out Omicron-targeted COVID vaccine as early as October See in context

Have you seen the latest studies, natural immunity also fades with time, about 1 year,

Natural immunity last at least one year. That is the longest they looked at. Anyway, that is immunity against infection, not just symptoms, and one year is still much longer than the 2 months you get from the vax.

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Posted in: Monkeypox emergency could last months, with window closing to stop spread, experts say See in context

The latest WHO announcement came after the second meeting of the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee (EC), which was unable to reach a consensus about the severity of the outbreak. Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s director general, overruled the committee by declaring monkeypox a “public health emergency of international concern.”

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/monkeypox-outbreak-spreading-who-declares-global-health-emergency

Regardless of whether "overruled" is the correct term, the fact remains that the decision was made by Tedros, who is not a medical expert and he ignored the majority opinion of the expert panel.

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Posted in: Monkeypox emergency could last months, with window closing to stop spread, experts say See in context

Close to 100% are gay men, and 41% also tested positive for HIV.

And yet this non medical Tedros overruled the majority of the panel of actual experts.

This is not a global emergency.

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Posted in: Japan looks to regions to mount COVID fight as variant spreads See in context

 because new variants of omicron have easily sidestepped the immunity from previous variants even when not even that much time has passed between them.

Not as easily as they sidestep the "immunity" of the vax.

Second, natural infection actually reduces the spread. The vax just decreases the chances of severe symptoms, for a couple of months, afterwards it actually increases the chances. That is what the data says, I am not making this up.

So if you want to be protected from severe symptoms from this mild virus, you have to get the vax every couple of months, each time with the significant risk of severe adverse effects.

If you get an infection, with this mild virus, you are protected for at least a year not just from severe symptoms but also from actual infection; not 100% but much more so than by the vax.

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Posted in: Japan looks to regions to mount COVID fight as variant spreads See in context

A vaccine that requires people to run the full risks, and that comes with increasing number of reinfections is much worse than the available vaccines.

Reinvention are possible, but the protection is better and much longer lasting than the mRNA ones, which only offer a couple of months of protection and after which the protection is negative!

If treated early, a natural infection is not more dangerous than a mRNA vax, especially for the young.

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