No, I really wasn’t going to write a post on Covid vaccines or Delta or anything else the media can’t stop yapping about. But here I am, ready to let it all out. Have you ever noticed that one journalist will write a declaration, and all the other journalists will proceed to repeat said declaration with no more facts or figures than the first one had? It becomes a truth statement after a while, something that is simply known and doesn’t need sources. For example, no writer would need a source to state that Annapolis is the capital of Maryland, though he might need a dictionary to spell it correctly. “It’s a pandemic of the unvaccinated” is one. Another is “Cases and hospitalizations have skyrocketed among children” because “the delta variant is surging.” Of course, they’ve been using the word “surge” for over a year now. Get a thesaurus, writers.
This post I’m writing had a couple triggers. One was a local news article I read earlier this week. Another was Pfizer. Just Pfizer — the corporation’s very existence is enough. I’ll get the first one over with. I’m not sure I want to talk about the children. I assume that this new repeated “truth” statement is to ensure that we’re prepared as a population to get our children vaccinated as soon as possible. When the news uses words like “skyrocketing,” you really have to look at what those numbers are — if they make them available. For example, 200 hospitalizations among children in the US is quite small. If it rises to 300, it has “skyrocketed” because that’s an increase of 50%, even though that number is still a blip on any statistical map. Children do get infectious diseases that pass readily through their disgusting, booger-eating fingers, and a very small percentage will end up in the hospital. As I work occasionally as a sub at a school, I can attest that this year is starting out with a bang of illnesses passing through the system. This happens. It’s actually normal to have bad cold/flu years. Do any of us remember what normal is any longer?
I don’t know whether these children are getting the Delta variant of Covid, however. Why don’t I know? Well, let’s see: for the obvious reason that the state of NM isn’t testing for it. Oh, I admit the NMDOH might have done a few tests, but it requires genomic sequencing that we don’t have the resources for. The idea that we have a surge of Delta simply because people are getting sick right now is just an absurd leap from a handful of samples. Now people are going to run around crying, “Do it for the children!” Oh, ay. No, I won’t — whatever it is they want me to do. I hate emotional manipulation almost more than any other tactic. If people try to push me into doing something to save the children or the elderly, I understand that it’s exactly the wrong thing to do. If it were the right thing, they wouldn’t have to use those tactics. I don’t know how to express this loudly enough. I HATE EMOTIONAL MANIPULATION. Seeing as how I never use all caps, perhaps you’ll understand the strength of my loathing.
Now I’m going to move on to Pfizer and the “pandemic of the unvaccinated.” See, the problem is we don’t really have the data to make this claim (and remember I live in a state with an exceedingly lazy, inept bureaucracy, so I’m talking about my state, not yours). That parenthetical statement being said, I rather doubt the data is ever collected as quickly as our news media pretends it is in any state at all. I don’t trust our hospitals for the obvious reason that they can’t even type addresses or patient names or patient information correctly in their computers. They also get a lot of funding for Covid and have jumped on the bandwagon of pushing the vaccines. It’s all about the vaccines! The vaccines will save us! It doesn’t matter that whatever real data is actually trickling in says that the vaccinated population is getting sick with Covid. If we move beyond the US and its lying media and unreliable or missing data, the majority of Covid hospitalizations in Israel (which has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world right now) are among the vaccinated. In the UK, the vaccinated population is the one that is (supposedly) getting Delta. I used supposedly, as I have no idea whether the NHS is doing broad sweeping genomic sequencing on positive Covid tests.
Obviously, there is no a pandemic of the unvaccinated if vaccinated people are getting sick at an equal or greater rate with Covid or Delta or both and are, hence, are defeating the very purpose of not spreading the disease when they, too, are infectious. It’s all become incredibly ridiculous, and the more ridiculous it gets, the more frustrated people get. There are people suffering in the hospital whose families are frustrated with the politics, and there are people who are callous to the entire subject due to politics, and that latter group isn’t going to have proper empathy for the former group.
That above rant was meant to be a lead-in to Pfizer, whose name might as well be a modern curse word. Pfizer is a behemoth of a corporation that strongarms countries into doing deals with them. Weird deals, where they get military bases and embassies as collateral to their vaccine contracts. This is a company that is making billions of dollars off these vaccines; that’s what they have at stake in pushing them. Billions of dollars and military bases and embassies and…. A corporation that operates this way is not a scrupulous business. It’s not surprising to me that they were the first to get full approval by the FDA. They also know that their vaccines don’t prevent transmission of the virus, which is why they are now pushing a two-a-day antivirus drug that they expect to be soon approved and mandated, right along with their vaccines. So after you get your two “jabs” (ugh, it drives me insane when people use that word…it’s just more emotional manipulation) and 5000 boosters, you can take their pills so they can make an untold more billions. It’s beyond absurd. People on the internet are calling it Pfizermectin; I have no idea what its actual name is, but it isn’t a new branded form of Ivermectin. Why would it be? Remember? Our media and government and Merck have all told us Ivermectin is useless and maybe even dangerous. Also, it’s a generic drug these days and billions can’t be made off it. Or…that other drug Trump was pushing as a possible help: oh, yeah, hydroxychloroquine. That one has been approved and used for fifty years but suddenly became very, very dangerous, as it also isn’t a money-making drug. The Lancet even faked a study on it to prove just how dangerous it is to Covid patients, which was thankfully retracted…after the damage was done.
Okay, so maybe I’m a conspiracy theorist. On the other hand, maybe you could call me a conspiracy realist. History reveals that there are many people in the world whose only aim in life is power and money. They want to rule, and they want earthly gains. Meanwhile, there are real people suffering: patients, family members of patients, people in the medical field. So, while I might believe in conspiracies to an extent, I believe this virus is real and can make certain demographics very ill. That is why the people behind lying media and big pharma companies, who only care about their billions, are heinous and evil monsters.
What is the solution to this? I’ll take honesty for $500, Alex. Honesty about the demographics: obesity can kill you. Honesty about the experimental drugs: if Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine help Covid sufferers, they need access to them. Honesty about immune-supports: how many people with extreme Covid symptoms are vitamin D deficient, anyway? What about a good old-fashioned treatment of iodine? Granted, iodine can be toxic (so can vit D at high enough levels). I added iodine as a possibility only because I started craving seaweed snacks when I was sick, and after finally getting around to buying and consuming two packs*, my energy level returned to normal. I’ve also treated “stomach” flus and colds with Lugol’s in the past — as in, nixed them within a day or two. Seaweed has many more nutrients in it than just iodine, however.
And that’s all I have to say. My rant is over. And for the record, I never give medical advice. I’m not qualified to do so. You should never take any supplements just because I think it’s fun to experiment on myself.
*By packs, I mean the little ones called “snacks” and sold in the Asian section at the grocery store.
Here are some related links; I honestly just ran out of time to find all the ones I wanted, but these will suffice for now (the first one is relevant in as much as it provides a table of actual numbers): BOMBSHELL UK data destroys entire premise for vaccine push – by Chris Waldburger – Chris Waldburger (substack.com)