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Free choice ? Remarkable.

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Follow the $cience

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Right on.

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I fear the only hope to stop this madness are the class action lawyers. But only after untold injuries and deaths. Will our institutions ever be trusted again by those who have (misplaced) faith in such places?

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Actually a better tactic is to improve your health, outside of sick-care system, and remove yourself and your $$$ from this broken industry.

Large systems are are barely on the side of financial solvency due to their high employment/benefits obligations (in part due to the poor metabolic health status of most healthcare employees).

Here are a few names, if you are curious, who did just that: Tucker Goodrich, Dave Feldman, Ivor Cummins, Gary Fettke MD, Prof. Tim Noakes.

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Oh I'm well aware of the current cabal of big AG, big food and big pharma. I've been taking care of my health ever since I turned 20, lifting weights, eating organic etc.

We even built a home gym 19years ago. Thank god as we are VERBOTEN from working out a gyms in Ontario Canada nowadays in covid clown world..

I see you are a carnivore. Personally I don't like any of the "extreme" diets. I like Michael Pollan's food outlook but I do eat more meat. I just try to eat food grown as nature intended. Been lucky to find NZ grass fed Wagyu here in Toronto but boy our food bill is $$$. It's sad when eating healthy costs orders of magnitudes more than the SAD.

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Glad to hear it! Hopefully more will start taking charge of their health, through responsible eating and strength training.

Not strict carnivore anymore, (guess I should change that) but still limit veggies, quite a bit, and no grains - histamines or oxalates - who knows, but feel better with less in my diet. As I'm into my sixth decade, I'm willing to forgo any food item/treat if it keeps the people in white coats far, far away.

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We have a friend who is hard core carnivore. Personally I’d be terrified of not eating fruits and veg. The antioxidants, polyphenols, catchecins, bioflavonoids etc are powerfully healthy compounds. We do drink, but that is about the only “bad” habit.

If you find you feel better not eating certain foods trust your instincts! Your body tell us what you need if we only listen.

I’m getting close to 50, my wife is older. We both still lift hard and live life to the fullest.

If you are in anyway looking for an “edge” look up peptides (start with Epitalon, ipamorelin, cjc1295). Not aging gracefully.

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Nothing to fear if one just eats meat. It's yet another case of Gell-Mann Amnesia thanks to some very smart marketing and massaging of the data to highlight good points and hide negative points.

But if your health is great with the inclusion, that's wonderful.

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Thanks for that. Quite shocking. It should forbidden for pregnancy. Thanks for mentioning informed consent - here is an article and a "Truly Informed Consent Checklist" that can be printed and given to parents before jabbing their kids. Fully Informed Consent on Behalf of Children

A Checklist for Pfizer BioNTech Injections for Ages 5 - 11

https://coronawise.substack.com/p/informed-consent-on-behalf-of-children

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Thank you. This is an important resource to share.

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“I don’t think you can ethically tell a woman with COVID-19 that she can’t have the drug if she’s decided that’s what she needs,” said Cragan, a panel member and staffer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “I think the final decision has to come down to the individual woman and her provider.” "As long as the drug is not generic he added"

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They certainly can ethically say that it is not recommended for pregnant women.

Interesting that "the final decision has to come down to the individual woman and her provider" for this but an individual should have no say over a substance being injected into their own body.

Hearing pharma execs explain ethics is a bit like hearing a nun explain sex.

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Even more interesting, there "post-interim" efficacy was negative. It is reported in https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/95944 "when examining only the data from the post-interim analysis enrollment, there were fewer placebo patients who were hospitalized or died by day 29 versus patients receiving the intervention (4.7% vs 6.2%, respectively)."

These values seemingly have to be reverse calculated from the interim and final figures posted by the FDA. (final-interim hospitalizations of deaths) / (final-interim total participants)

M: (48-28)/(709-385) = (20/324) = 6.17%

P: (68-53)/(699-377) = (15/322) = 4.66%

Placebo outcomes skewed negative in the first part of the trial for whatever reason (such as if the latter portion of the trial included fewer potentially severe cases because the summer surge increased testing of mild symptoms).

Once that skew was taken away, a better picture at how the drug impacts the course of the disease appeared; or, a bitter view of direct harms from the drug. Hard to pick the more likely explanation since the 29 day follow-up metric of "hospitalized over 24 hours" is too short to capture the full scope of toxicity from the drug (https://unglossed.substack.com/p/doppelganger)

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The Chinese doctors emptied the Wuhan ICU beds and opened up the country with Chinese herbal medicine! Then they approved am existing Over The Counter medication called Lianhua Qingwen Jiaonong for use against first and second stage covid! No Vaccine! No deaths from “side effects”, no “acceptable death levels from the cure.

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Pregnant woman and her provider’s choice? Oh the hypocrisy of these clinically insane people 🤦🏻‍♀️ Never again will I trust America’s medical institution, much less Big Pharma.

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Participants in the clinical trials were required to use robust birth control, both males and females. What's that telling you? And it's not just mutations of human DNA we need to worry about; the drug creates viral mutants as well. That's actually its mode of action. The viral mutations are intended to knock out the virus, but conceivably they could here and there produce a more dangerous strain. Additionally, all trial participants (I use "all" loosely because the trials were very small) were unvaccinated, so the drug hasn't been tested in vaccinated people. I watched the advisory committee hearing and was glad to see many of the participants bringing concerns like these forward.

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