Facebook Strikes again
In September last year I wrote a well researched article on Covid and reading it again, I believe it’s right on the money. what do you think? Particularly now we have the results of over 200 studies on HCQ?
It has now been removed for going against community standards
Didn’t stop them taking our money though.
This article has been taken down as it goes against there community standards policy.
Even the photo is no longer available
Here is the article and see if you can figure out what has given Facebook the need to remove an article they took money to distribute 9 months ago
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Fake Pandemics and the WHO
In 2009 we had the swine flu Pandemic. It was the same strain of virus as the Spanish flu being the H1N1 virus. The difference is the Spanish Flu was a real pandemic where as the Swine flu was a Fake Pandemic.
In February 2010 Forbes published an article that was scathing of the classification of the 2009 flu as a Pandemic. The description by senior epidemiologists such as Wolfgang Wodarg who declared the Swine Flu as a “false Pandemic” and “one of the greatest medical scandals of the Century. Is mirrored by Ultich Kiel who labelled the pandemic as a “hoax.”
This is quite remarkable when you learn that Wodorg is an epidemiologist and the chair of the health committee for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) a human rights watch-dog that ultimately investigated the World Health Organisation’s (WHO)’s motives.
Keil was the director of the WHO’s collaborating Centre for Epidemiology who not only labelled it a hoax but went on to say, “we are witnessing a gigantic misallocation of resources in terms of public health. Over $18 Billion was wasted.
The investigation done by PACE found that The WHO and EU agencies had been guilty of actions that led to a “waste of large sums of public money and unjustified scares and health risks faced by the European public. Sound Familiar?
Wodorg went on and claimed major firms had organized a “campaign of panic” to put pressure on the WHO to declare a “false pandemic” to sell vaccines
Yes, the 2009 swine flu was a “fake pandemic,” in reality it was a rather mild flu that caused few deaths globally. It was labelled a “pandemic” in June 2009 only because the WHO had removed the requirement of “enormous numbers of death and illness” one month before. The pandemic warning then triggered a multi-billion dollar sale of rather useless and partially dangerous vaccines.
This flu was similar to the 1957 pandemic and therefore people over the age of 60 had already developed immunity. This age group being the main at-risk group. The virus wasn’t serious enough to threaten people younger than 60.
The 1918 Spanish flu on the other hand was a “real pandemic” which had a very different mortality profile. It killed the very young (under 1-year olds) as well as the elderly which are the typical at risk group. But it also killed young children and the 20 to 45 year age group in high numbers.
In contrast the fatality rate for Covid 19 is essentially zero for children and young adults and near zero for under 50. It then starts to rise slowly and then sharply above 70 and especially above 80, with extreme levels of death occurring in nursing homes.
This makes Covid-19 mortality rate almost identical to natural mortality.
It follows the likelihood of death by pre-existing conditions.
The expectation of a pandemic is that it kills young and old in large numbers. The 1918 Pandemic did this as you can see from the age dynamics of the dead.
So is Covid-19 a fake pandemic?
It hasn’t reached that status yet with the bulk of epidemiologists.
An interesting observation is, if the Covid 19 virus had hit in the 1950’s it would have caused very few deaths. This is because we didn’t have many nursing homes, a younger population and much less cardiovascular disease.
People with cardiovascular and immunological disorders being the ones who are most at risk wirth Covid 19.
Because of the mortality profile, mass PCR testing and contact tracing in the general population make very little sense. Mass vaccinations also make little sense as by the time a vaccine is available many will have already been exposed to the wild virus.
We now know that plenty of people have immunity and that asymptomatic infections are not of any real concern. Early intervention of people with any level of symptoms is the key.
Why this is likely not a “fake Pandemic” is down to what can occur to those that show symptoms. The response to the illness is what really needs to be looked at closely.
Whilst the threat of death is real, what is becoming more obvious is up to 10% of symptomatic cases are having long term medical issues.
It has only been a short while since the virus has been affecting people, but we are seeing the development of “Long haul” sufferers.
Many previously healthy people and younger people with mild conditions, are months later still experiencing a variety of persistent coughing, moderate fever, general fatigue or exhaustion, shortness of breath, chest pain, heart palpitations, headaches, concentration problems, muscle pain, digestive problems, skin rashes and metabolic symptoms.
The exact cause of these persistent symptoms is not yet clear; cardiological (heart), neurological (nerves), pulmonary (lungs) or metabolic factors are suspected to play a role and may be triggered by the viral infection or the immune response to it. Repeated occurrence and subsiding of the symptoms is also frequently reported.
There is even studies showing that asymptomatic infections could be experiencing lung damage, however this is very reversable damage and so treatment is key.
Some affected persons, including young people from around 30 years of age, report significant restrictions in their everyday life, such as exhaustion after climbing stairs, as well as psychological effects. Persistent infectiousness seems unlikely, but cannot be completely excluded at present.
This long term fatigue is not uncommon for viral infections and has been witnessed in severe influenza infections. It is not surprising but is something that is probably more important to focus on than the development of vaccinations or PCR testing and mortality rates.
It seems the focus should be on early treatment of symptomatic infections.
The worst thing that can be done is isolating people at home until they cannot breathe anymore. Unfortunately, this seems to be the approach for most western countries.
The following treatment protocol is what evidence is showing to be the direction we should be going in.
We have always heard prevention is better than the cure. The following health products and drugs are found to be the best approach for prevention early treatment to avoid more serious infections
- Zinc (50mg to 100mg per day)
- Quercetin (500mg to 1000mg per day)
- Bromhexine (25mg to 50mg per day)
- Vitamins C (1000mg) and D (2000 u/d)
- Zinc (75mg to 150mg per day)
- Quercetin (500mg to 1500mg per day)
- Bromhexine (50mg to 75mg per day)
- Vitamins C (1000mg) and D (4000 u/d)
Ancillary (prescription only)
- Hydroxychloroquine (400mg per day)
- High-dose vitamin D (1x 100,000 IU)
- Azithromycin (up to 500mg per day)
- Heparin (usual dosage)
Other positive options are Ivermectin and Favipiravir that are proving to be very good at treating people in the early stages of the disease.
So whilst we are busy trying to eliminate it and the world is claiming that HCQ is not helping, the real answer seems to be prevention through health and medical supplements, early detection and treatment if you do get it and ultimately increasing herd immunity.
All pretty standard stuff for health professionals to understand but unfortunately it is political spear heads driving the response
When will our leaders learn they are doing it all wrong.