COVID–19: Origin & Theories/Info Including Loss of Civil Liberties (1 Viewer)

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Also, this is not a scamdemic. I have posted scientific and investigative information on the virus since Jan-March timeframe.
The virus is real, but especially in the US, it's been exaggerated to a great extent, thus the reality is, it's not a pandemic, it's a normal infection with flu-like symptoms. Based on the bizarre symptoms, I probably had it already, and I am fine without any treatment but staying home and getting lots of rest. I also ate plenty of fresh greens while I was sick, along with zinc, and vitamin C, and B6 for the cough. I did have a dry cough for 7 weeks and it was uncontrolled without medication. So I was on meds for those 7 weeks just for the cough. But that happens sometimes with my asthma. Older people die more often of it, that's normal for any flu. You just have to compare it to past flus.

I've already posted 20+ examples of how it was exaggerated, people who never tested positive were listed as positive, people who never showed up to a test were listed as positive, still listed as a positive, people who died from cancer listed as dying from COVID, etc. The hospitals are being paid big bucks by the US gov't for each COVID case so of course there will be massive fraud.

These are for your own consideration.

39 examples of Co.vid fraud. People who don't even show up for a test still get a positive test. Fruit and goat also test positive, but the test does not work on them. Some labs are double-reporting positive cases. #COVID #coronavirus
 
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The virus is real, but especially in the US, it's been exaggerated to a great extent, thus the reality is, it's not a pandemic, it's a normal infection with flu-like symptoms.
I agree. These are two different things. If you say Scamdemic you refer to exactly that: It is NOT a pandemic.

Nobody ever said (except a few) that there is no virus at all or that it is not dangerous for the immune-deficient chronically ill people.
 

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Hi everyone, I saw this video this week and wanted to share. This is the doctor that broke open the research on AIDS and was blacklisted from the industry for whistleblowing. She speaks of coronavirus, etc.. Bitchute has some great stuff that would never make it into YouTube.

 
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This is the doctor that broke open the research on AIDS and was blacklisted from the industry for whistleblowing.
Michovitz certainly has an interesting story with implications for some of the "experts" today.
 

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Hi everyone, I saw this video this week and wanted to share. This is the doctor that broke open the research on AIDS and was blacklisted from the industry for whistleblowing. She speaks of coronavirus, etc.. Bitchute has some great stuff that would never make it into YouTube.

I bought her two books when I heard her speak on YT. "The Plague of Corruption" and one other. That will take me a while to get through - science always does :))
 
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I agree. These are two different things. If you say Scamdemic you refer to exactly that: It is NOT a pandemic.

Nobody ever said (except a few) that there is no virus at all or that it is not dangerous for the immune-deficient chronically ill people.
therium, Sinera:
haha... I did not realize that on a "whole", we all agree, just from different angles.
So.. let's say we agree.

And everywhere I've read - "scamdemic" refers to the entire thing, including the virus, were a scam from the beginning.
I did not realize that either of you were referring to only the "pandemic" part.
So this was also a case of being lost in translation.

therium, it isn't because in the US it was being exaggerated - it is because when the political establishment, MSM, and Democrats (in CA for example) realized that it wasn't going to be as "bad" as they feared, they needed to dial up the political ante (note the abrupt change in MSM from "coronavirus deaths" to "coronavirus counts/rise" around May-July timeframe). After around 3-4 months of lockdown, they turned it into a political exercise.
It was politically manipulated after the death counts started to taper off - they were hoping it was going to skyrocket (and blame Trump).

BTW - you saw this too? The WHO has been winging this from the very beginning in a political manner (esp. China-friendly), and is starting to see massive civil protest/unrest, and decides to stop encouraging lockdowns. Quite the 180.......

 
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BTW - you saw this too? The WHO has been winging this from the very beginning in a political manner (esp. China-friendly), and is starting to see massive civil protest/unrest, and decides to stop encouraging lockdowns. Quite the 180.......
Yeah, waiting to see how "the source", which quoted by so many will affect the massive restrictions in the UK.
 

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Yeah, waiting to see how "the source", which quoted by so many will affect the massive restrictions in the UK.
It's increasing.... now a former FDA chief comes out against further "political" lockdowns:

"Political" not "medical" reason for WHO flip flop:
 
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I did not realize that either of you were referring to only the "pandemic" part.
So this was also a case of being lost in translation.
Yes, I've noticed some other words have different meanings to different people.

In the US, being "woke" has referred to red-pilled people for at least 4 years. But in Europe it seems "woke" referred to the SJW, "neo-liberal" people. The intolerant liberals of today are the opposite of classical tolerant liberals from the 1960s. Now Americans (and me) are starting to use "woke" meaning the SJWs.
 
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Dr. Reiner Fuellmich of the German Corona investigative committee speaks about their lawsuit on the virus. It is a whopper - we knew it was true, but he's got it all together. It is 45 minutes, and I did not doze off or get bored, which is saying a lot for me.

 
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BTW - you saw this too? The WHO has been winging this from the very beginning in a political manner (esp. China-friendly), and is starting to see massive civil protest/unrest, and decides to stop encouraging lockdowns. Quite the 180.......
No matter why they do it but this is GREAT news, although in the UK it might be too late, also France, but their leaders are the greatest (real cov-)idiots anyway, only second to the prison countries New Zealand and Australia of course.


In the US, being "woke" has referred to red-pilled people for at least 4 years. But in Europe it seems "woke" referred to the SJW, "neo-liberal" people. The intolerant liberals of today are the opposite of classical tolerant liberals from the 1960s. Now Americans (and me) are starting to use "woke" meaning the SJWs.
Oh yeah I remember that interesting discussion we had in another thread a while ago. It was really new to me that "woke" originally meant sth else than just being a synonym to "SJW" or "PC" or "virtue signalling" or similar. But I am from Europe indeed and also not a native speaker of English.
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Dr. Reiner Fuellmich of the German Corona investigative committee speaks about their lawsuit on the virus. It is a whopper - we knew it was true, but he's got it all together. It is 45 minutes, and I did not doze off or get bored, which is saying a lot for me.

I hope he can do some serious damage to the propaganda machine and get correct information out.

I saw that the video was banned from youtube
 
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Hey - this is interesting - super computer analysis of the virus and possible ways to treat it
published in JULY

https://elifesciences.org/articles/59177

The plain, non-medical version

https://elemental.medium.com/a-supercomputer-analyzed-covid-19-and-an-interesting-new-theory-has-emerged-31cb8eba9d63

From the conclusion of the medical journal article

The testing of any of these pharmaceutical interventions should be done in well-designed clinical trials. Given the likely future outbreaks of zoonotic viruses with a similar outcome, it would be in the best interest long-term to invest in the development of small molecules that can inhibit the virus from replicating or suppressing the host immune system such as a 3CLpro inhibitor. However, to date, no large multi-centered, randomized, placebo controlled, blinded clinical trials have been done with 3CLpro inhibitors (Sisay, 2020). In the meantime, our analyses suggest that prevention and treatment centered on vascular hyper-permeability and the suppression of hyaluronan may prove beneficial in fighting the pathogenesis of COVID-19. Given the fact that two recent studies have validated our model’s predictions of hypokalemia (Lippi et al., 2020) and Vitamin D deficiency (Alipio, 2020) in COVID-19 patients, we suggest that rapid testing of the pharmaceutical interventions discussed above is warranted.
 
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Hey - this is interesting - super computer analysis of the virus and possible ways to treat it
published in JULY

https://elifesciences.org/articles/59177

The plain, non-medical version

https://elemental.medium.com/a-supercomputer-analyzed-covid-19-and-an-interesting-new-theory-has-emerged-31cb8eba9d63

From the conclusion of the medical journal article

The testing of any of these pharmaceutical interventions should be done in well-designed clinical trials. Given the likely future outbreaks of zoonotic viruses with a similar outcome, it would be in the best interest long-term to invest in the development of small molecules that can inhibit the virus from replicating or suppressing the host immune system such as a 3CLpro inhibitor. However, to date, no large multi-centered, randomized, placebo controlled, blinded clinical trials have been done with 3CLpro inhibitors (Sisay, 2020). In the meantime, our analyses suggest that prevention and treatment centered on vascular hyper-permeability and the suppression of hyaluronan may prove beneficial in fighting the pathogenesis of COVID-19. Given the fact that two recent studies have validated our model’s predictions of hypokalemia (Lippi et al., 2020) and Vitamin D deficiency (Alipio, 2020) in COVID-19 patients, we suggest that rapid testing of the pharmaceutical interventions discussed above is warranted.
This is one of many bioinformatic toolsets used to analyze biology, viruses, etc.

What this study did is use the 3D virus model that is publicly available on NCBI databases, and then did analysis of both the protein "gates" and their subsequent DNA mapping. Then map these "gates"/DNA to existing pharmacokinetic databases to match the "drug" candidates.

The super simple version: find "cheap" keys that fit the "keyholes" to shut down the viruses. Sorta like playing 3D Tetris...

CDCs around the world have been doing this since January - this is actually the main reason why "discarded" drug remdesvir was immediately sent to trial (yes, the other reason is Big Pharma, but that's set that aside for now).

The question is always the trade-off between profits and side effects. Yes, I know it sucks, but unfortunately Big Pharma still controls all drug channels in every country in the world (and rightfully so - otherwise this wouldn't have been a "scamdemic" without their rapid ramp-up of resources to fight it).

The cool part with this process is it allows CDCs to analyze-process-devise potential solutions in less than 2 months. This used to take at least 2 years, because the analyze-process part was done primarily by hand (i.e., print out the genetic sequencing and "hunt" for puzzles; and literally draw out a 3D model which isn't always accurate - trial and error).

A google search shows 3CLPro was suggested to be a drug candidate much earlier, as the paper was written up in April.

Which demonstrates that the analyze-process-devise took around 2 months before potential drug candidates were sent out for trials (Jan-Mar).
 
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