The CDC Is “NORMALIZING” Blood Clots Which Are A SIDE EFFECT Of The Covid19 Vaccines:
“Anyone can develop a blood clot!”…..”Even the healthiest athletes!” “Everyone is at risk”.. NO, I’m not as risk because I didnt receive the clot shot…
What a crock of crap. The blood clots are occurring because of the serum in the vaccine which is POISON. But, now, the lying CDC coupled with big pharma got this ALL covered! You’re safe in their hands, eh?
We now know, from the statistics, that all-cause mortality has been skyrocketing in countries with the highest COVID “vaccination” rates. Such numbers also tell us that more people all around the world have “died of COVID” than did (reportedly) in all of 2020. (396,837 Americans reportedly “died of COVID” under Trump, while 528,379 have so far “died of COVID” under Biden, whose term started with the US “vaccination” drive.) We also know, from the statistics, that children have been dying in greater numbers since they started getting “vaccinated”—as have professional (and non-professional) athletes the world over, and US military personnel.
Meanwhile, honest witnesses in medicine and the mortuary business, and also first responders, have been telling us they’ve seen a huge increase in sudden and untimely deaths, especially from heart attack, blood clot(s), stroke and cardiac arrest. British undertaker John O’Looney notes an increase of “500 to 600%” in deaths due to thrombosis. Such testimony adds dramatically to our general awareness that this “vaccination” drive is killing people in unprecedented numbers—and clearly by design, or else they would have halted it a year ago, when such grim numbers were already worryingly high.
Such statistics are invaluable; and yet, of course, they’re also too abstract to make us properly aware of the true toll that those “vaccines” are taking on humanity, and in the name of “saving lives.” This is why we need, as much as possible, to demonstrate that countless individuals are dying suddenly and, all too often, prematurely, every day. Only when enough of us have fully recognized this toll will it be possible for us to stop this second, incremental, scattered global Holocaust. Here are those who have “died suddenly” or “unexpectedly” just this past week, either with no cause given (which is most unusual, even for the elderly), or from a heart attack, blood clot(s), stroke or cardiac arrest, or a very sudden and aggressive cancer (an “adverse event” whose increase has been noted by practitioners like Dr. Ryan Cole).
Bear in mind that most of these are deaths that made the news in one way or another, whereas the vast majority of such surprising deaths go unreported.
Pa. football coach, 40, dies one day after landing ‘dream job’
February 4, 2022
A newly hired high school football coach was supposed to appear for a signing ceremony Wednesday after just landing his dream job. A day later, he was dead.
The tragic story comes from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, which reports that Coach Ron Frederick, just hired to lead Southmoreland High School’s varsity football team, died suddenly on Thursday of unknown causes.
Pennsylvania Dunkin’ Employee Dies Suddenly, 16
February 4, 2022
An eastern Pennsylvania community is mourning the loss of a beloved Dunkin’ worker.
Rachel Cox, 16, died suddenly on Jan. 15 at St. Christopher’s Children’s Hospital, according to her obituary. A cause of death was not released.
George Watts Jr., age 24, has died from myocarditis from the Pfizer injection.
We learned this morning that Rachel M. Morgan (VA) died unexpectedly on Wednesday from a sudden illness.
February 4, 2022
The following message was sent to the campus community by Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler – Ed.
Dear William & Mary Community,
It is with deep sadness that I write to inform you of the death of one of our students. We learned this morning that Rachel M. Morgan died unexpectedly on Wednesday from a sudden illness. Rachel was enrolled in the Mason School of Business’ online MS in Marketing program and was expected to complete her degree in May, 2022.
‘He loved everyone’: Whitestone NY community mourns death of beloved deli co-owner
February 3, 2022
Mario Polito, 44, of Tony’s Beechhurst] Deli, died unexpectedly of a massive heart attack on Saturday, Jan. 29. Polito is survived by his wife, Tania Carucci-Polito, and his 7-year-old daughter, Gianna Marie…
Sheriff’s officials pay tribute to fallen Sgt. Danny Rice
February 4, 2002
Sergeant Danny Rice, with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, died Wednesday morning after suffering a medical condition, a sheriff’s official said.
In an online video posted Thursday, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association President Grant Ward honored Sgt. Rice, who “passed away suddenly after sudden heart failure.”
George Bickham, teacher and mentor to underprivileged children, dies at 46
Bickham worked for 24 years at Perspectives, a supportive housing campus in St. Louis Park.
Jan. 31, 2022
“This guy was truly an angel.”
That’s how Yolanda Farris described George Bickham, who died suddenly in January at age 46.
No cause of death reported.
Jackson community mourns unexpected death of child remembered for style, creativity
January 31, 2022
Wilson’s recollections of Alaya are still vivid and raw as family and friends process her sudden death on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Alaya had become ill that afternoon, prompting Wilson to pick up his daughter, a seventh grader at Jackson’s Middle School at Parkside, around 1 p.m. that day. He arrived to find her vomiting and complaining of both an upset stomach and migraine headache symptoms.
Wilson dropped Alaya off at her mother Brittney Hamilton’s house, where she continued to try to keep her daughter hydrated and get her to go to sleep. Alaya continued to vomit occasionally, Wilson said, but not to the point they felt they needed to worry about taking her to the hospital.
When Wilson called Hamilton to check on Alaya’s condition around 10 p.m., he got a call back from Hamilton saying Alaya was unresponsive and that she had called 911.
The family is still awaiting results of an autopsy, Wilson said. In speaking with the medical examiner who arrived, there was brown fluid in Alaya’s airway obstructing her breathing, Wilson said.
Wilson said he was not aware of any illnesses Alaya had been experiencing in recent days or weeks, including COVID-19.
Nicaraguan family asks for help with sudden death of brother in Wisconsin
February 3, 2022
PLOVER, Wis. (CBS 58) — A Nicaraguan family in Wisconsin is heartbroken about the sudden death of their brother after a brain tumor was discovered a few weeks ago. Now, they are asking for the community to help in bringing him back home to his homeland to get the funeral and burial he deserves.
Longtime civil rights attorney Davis, 69, dies unexpectedly
February 2, 2022
Phil Davis, a longtime New Mexico attorney referred to as “Mr. Civil Rights of New Mexico” by one colleague, died unexpectedly last week. He was 69.
Maureen Sanders, who graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law with Davis in the late 1970s and served on an American Civil Liberties Union legal panel with him, said Davis’ death has sent a jolt through the legal community.
“I’m having a hard time talking to you,” she said Tuesday. “It was the loss of a trusted colleague. There are some people in this world you always expect to be there. It was a jolt to me and many others.”
Roswell officer with 23 years of service dies after medical emergency while on duty
February 3, 2022
ROSWELL, Ga. — The Roswell Police Department is mourning the loss of an officer with 23 years of experience on the force after he died unexpectedly on duty following a medical emergency.
The department said in a release Thursday it was “heartbroken” to share the news of Lt. Joel Ruff’s death. They did not detail the exact circumstances of his medical emergency.
Broomfield former chief of police dies unexpectedly
February 3, 2022
BROOMFIELD, Colo. (KDVR) — The Broomfield community is mourning the sudden death of former Chief of Police Tom Deland.
No cause of death reported.
A day after getting dream coaching job, Southmoreland’s Ron Frederick dies unexpectedly
February 3, 2022
Southmoreland High School had its man for a new football coach — and Ron Frederick had the job he always wanted.
Frederick, a 1999 Southmoreland graduate, had interviewed for Southmoreland’s vacant football position Tuesday. On Wednesday, he was informed that he would be the recommended candidate to be hired at a school board meeting next week.
But Frederick died suddenly early Thursday morning of unknown causes.
Beloved North Jersey Mom Of 1-Year-Old Girl Jennifer Lara Dies Suddenly On 33rd Birthday
February 3, 2022
No cause of death reported.
Bob Planthold, giant of disability rights, dies at 73
February 3, 2022
Planthold, a renowned and honored disability, transit and civil rights activist in San Francisco, died suddenly at his apartment on Thursday or Friday of last week. He was 73. The medical examiner has not yet determined a cause of death nor the exact date, Planthold’s sons confirmed, but it was likely a medical episode that triggered a collapse.
Don Lemieux, 65, who coached Olympians and Gardner High to 16 state swim titles, dies
January 29, 2022
Don Lemieux died unexpectedly Saturday. He was 65.
No cause of death reported.
Brian Augustyn, Comic Book Writer and Editor, Dies at 67
February 1, 2022
Brian Augustyn, the longtime comic book writer and editor responsible for bringing writer Mark Waid to The Flash in the 1990s, has died. He was 67 years old. Augustyn passed away after suffering a sudden, severe stroke, according to Waid, who posted the news to Facebook at the request of the Augustyn family.
Harrah Community Mourns As Officer Unexpectedly Dies
January 31, 2022
The Harrah community is mourning the loss of police officer Eric Haskins.
Haskins was a law enforcement officer for more than 15 years in Oklahoma.
He died unexpectedly last week due to an illness.
Some obituary notices from funeral homes, with no details provided. (There are far too many of such notices to track them all and note them here.)
Anthony R. “Tony” Schmeck, 53, of Kutztown, died suddenly on Wednesday, February 2, 2022, in his residence
John A. Regan Jr., 74, of Waukon Iowa died suddenly Monday, January 31, 2022
Isabella Graciela Moscon, age 13, died suddenly, January 30, 2022
February 5, 2022
William Randall “Randy” Parks, of Colorado Springs, CO, died suddenly of medical complications in his home on Wednesday, January 19, 2022
February 4, 2022
Parks was 60.
Robert P. Taylor, Jr., 57, of West Deer Township, died suddenly Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022, at UPMC Passavant, McCandless
February 5, 2022
Gloria Jean (Gabriele) Dichara, loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, died suddenly on January 24, 2022, in Massillon, Ohio
February 5, 2022
Dichara was 79.
David DeLuca, loving husband, father and grandfather died suddenly on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 from complications following heart surgery
February 3, 2022
He was a scholar, musician, photographer, collegiate Hall of Fame athlete, and a well-known Rochester attorney for the past 53 years.
DeLuca was 60.
Mary L. Schropp, 55, of Oxford, died suddenly on Jan. 31, 2022, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
February 4, 2022
Charles S. Pullara, 91, of Little Falls died suddenly on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022
February 4, 2022
Matthew R. Pertrosky, 29, died suddenly Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022, at his home in Hanover Twp.
Wittman, Grayson Harrison died suddenly at his home in Wittman on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. He was 24 years old
February 5, 2022
Dalhousie’s ‘Wayne Gretzky of biology’ remembered as ‘most amazing’ human
February 2, 2022
Jeffrey Hutchings, an ecologist and professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S., was 63 years old when he died unexpectedly Monday.
The cause of death has not been disclosed.
Brit, 70, dies in ‘happy ending’ massage parlour in Thai party resort Pattaya after panicked masseuse performs CPR
January 28, 2022
Robert John Swain, 70, stripped off his clothes and was lying naked on a massage table while masseuse Miss Oraya rubbed oils into his back when she suddenly realised something was wrong. Mr Swain, who had arrived at the shop on a rented Honda motorcycle this afternoon, started gasping for breath mid-way through the session. Mr Swain was pronounced dead before his body was moved to the hospital. “Everything was going normally then I noticed he was sleeping. Suddenly he started struggling to breathe. He was gasping and choking.
Mystery as two bodies found a day apart in Lanarkshire town as cops launch probes
February 3, 2022
Detectivesconfirmed that a woman, 30, had died suddenly. And that the death was being treated as unexplained. Worried locals spotted officers on the scene following the grim find.
A spokesperson said: “Police were called around 4.45pm on Tuesday following the sudden death of a 30-year-old woman at an address on Hozier Street, Carluke.
A 65-year-old man was found dead inside the property. Officers also confirmed that this death was being treated as unexplained.
Colchester family devastated after sudden death of young dad, 22
February 1, 2022
A FAMILY is raising money to pay for a funeral after a young dad died suddenly, aged 22.
Blake Wicks, from Colchester, was at his home when he unexpectedly died in the early hours of the morning.
“The paramedics on scene believe it was a heart attack, but they are not sure, and we can’t be certain until the coroner’s report is released to us.”
Devoted dad, 26, who was “life and soul of the party” dies suddenly
February 1, 2022
A heart-broken family is mourning the loss of a devoted dad who was the “life and soul of the party”.
Graham Stephens was home alone on Saturday when his family returned to find he had died, an “unexpected” and “sudden” event which has left the family devastated.
The cause of the 26-year-old’s death is currently unknown.
Brother’s heartbreaking tribute after sudden death of popular Sheffield man, 38, with ‘enormous heart’
February 3, 2022
Tributes have been paid to a “kind and generous” Sheffield man who has died suddenly, leaving friends and family devastated.
Gavin Rodgers, 38, of Parson Cross, was found dead at home early in January but family members are still waiting to hear from the coroner’s office what caused his sudden death.
His younger brother, Josh, of Barnsley, said Gavin’s death was ‘very sudden’ and had been difficult to comprehend for everyone, including his four sisters and two brothers.
Tributes paid to former Argus rugby writer Robin Davey
February 2, 2022
TRIBUTES have been paid to the well-known sports journalist Robin Davey who has died suddenly in his 70s. “Shocked and saddened to hear about the sudden death of Robin Davey former rugby correspondent @southwalesargus passionate about rugby @NewportRFC@dragonsrugby and indeed politics deepest condolences to his wife Sue friends and family,” wrote Matthew Evans, former Newport mayor and leader of the Conservative group on the city’s council. Journalist Tony Poole wrote: “Yes, so sudden + sad. Only last week I was exchanging Twitter banter with him.
Grieving Erdington MP candidate says her dad’s sudden death will drive her on
February 3, 2022
“He was so proud of me – he couldn’t believe I could one day be sitting in the House of Commons.”
Birmingham Erdington’s Labour candidate Paulette Hamilton is speaking of her dad Kenneth Wilson, who died suddenly at the weekend, aged 84, just as her campaign to become the city’s next MP gets in full swing.
PSNI in attendance as man dies suddenly in north Belfast
February 4, 202P2
A man has died “suddenly” in north Belfast on Friday afternoon. A PSNI spokesperson said the man passed away in the Glenrosa Street area of the city.
They said: “Police are currently at the scene of the sudden death of a man in the Glenrosa Street area of Belfast. “There are no further details at this time.”
Sudden death of prominent Northern Ireland businessman, 80
February 1, 2022
One of the last owners of Derry’s Austins of the Diamond department store, Luke Hasson has died suddenly while attending a family celebration in County Louth.
Irish school community in shock after sudden death of 34-year-old teacher Emily Seery
February 2, 2022
A school community is in mourning after the sudden death of a young teacher.
Emily Seery, who taught in Coláiste Iosagáin in Portarlington, died suddenly last week to the shock of colleagues and students.
Family left ‘devastated’ following sudden death of young father Odhran Doherty (19)
February 3, 2022
THE family of a caring young father who died suddenly at his home in north Belfast have spoken of how they have been left devastated.
‘He was just a special guy, small in stature but a giant of a man’
February 2, 2022
Best friend pays tribute to the late Bruce Kelliher from Tralee who died suddenly in County Galway this week, aged 48.
The death of Bruce Kelliher at the age of 48 has instilled a deep sense of shock and sadness in Tralee among all who knew him.
Bruce died suddenly near his home in Oranmore, County Galway on Monday where he lived with his wife, Michelle, and sons Ruben, Mason, and Archie.
As well as being a gentleman, Bruce was an exceptional athlete and excelled in basketball, surfing, and skateboarding. These interests ensured that his legion of friends was a vast one as they, and his family, now struggle to come to terms with his death.
Glenn Wheatley: 74-year-old “double vaccinated” Australia music icon dead after weeks suffering in hospital, mainstream media blame COVID-19
February 1, 2022
It’s unclear when exactly Mr. Wheatley received his injections. But both 7News and the Sydney Morning Herald reported that he was “fully-vaccinated.” An educated guess is that he received the injections in November and/or December last year because reports say he “contracted the virus” around Christmas. He was in the Epworth Hospital intensive care unit “fighting valiantly for several weeks.”.
Alexandros Lampis dead at 21: Greek footballer dies after cardiac arrest with no defibrillator or ambulance at stadium
‘Putin Jung’, a doctor in his 50s who gave emergency treatment to Navalni, died suddenly
February 5, 2022
A doctor in his 50s who gave emergency treatment to Alexey Navalni, the ally of President Vladimir Putin, who had been addicted to poison, died suddenly. On the 4th (local time), CNN broadcasts in the United States reported that Dr. Maxmisine Sergei Valentinovich ’suddenly’ died at the age of 55. No specific sign was disclosed. Omsk Emergency Hospital said, “Unfortunately, we are notifying the news that Dr. Maximisin, the deputy chief of anesthesia and resuscitation at Omsk Emergency Hospital No. 1, died suddenly.”
Ksenija Vučić, Serbian Journalist and First Wife of Serbian President, Suddenly Dies of Alleged Blood Clot or Heart Failure
January 29, 2022
“Tonight in Belgrade, suddenly at the age of 56, Ksenija Vučić, the mother of our two children, Danilo and Milica, and my first wife, passed away,” Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić announced on his Instagram account.
Riigikogu member, volunteer rescue worker, 51, dies
February 3, 2022
Reform Party MP and volunteer rescue worker Madis Milling died suddenly on Wednesday while attending a fire in Saku. Mourning flags are flying on government buildings today in remembrance.
The Rescue Board said Milling, 51, was the first person to arrive at a fire in Saku Municipality on Wednesday night. During the operation, he collapsed suddenly and later passed away.
Norwegian Cruise Line Crew Member, 36, Dies on Norwegian Escape Following COVID-19 Quarantine
February 1, 2022
A head bartender from India recently died on the Norwegian Escape after he spent ten days of quarantine for COVID-19 on the Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) cruise ship. The death was first reported by the Crew Center site which is operated by former crew members. The popular site reported that the crew member had been isolated in a cabin on Deck 2 without fresh air and sun for 10 days. A fellow shipmate reportedly stated (a week ago) “yesterday he was out from the quarantine, and this morning Code Alpha was announced on board and he suddenly died.” No cause of death was mentioned.
A family member of the crew member, Sanjip Gurung, recently went to Twitter to request that NCL provide his family with information about his brother’s death after the company’s human resources department repeatedly refused to provide him with information.
(NCL requires all employees, as well as passengers, to be “fully vaccinated” by two weeks prior to departures.)
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stock here: Its odd to me that the Epoch times does not clearly jump into Bob Sagats death as Vax injured, Vax caused. Basically he dropped to the floor cracking his head, and then crawled into bed because he was in such bad shape he couldn’t even summon help. Then his brain and brain cavity filled up with blood. He had gotten the COVID shot 3 weeks prior.
Dr. Robert Malone in some other videos with Mattias Desmet, Mattias corrects Dr. Malone on the addition of “psychosis” on the now famous Joe Rogan Experience.
Mattias explained that the Mass Formation is not truly a form of psychosis at all.
What I discovered though is that Mass Formation is but a symptom that naturally develops from another psychological tool of warfare called, “Ideological Subversion”.
Ideological Subversion is actually a weapon of war that Communists deployed upon America shortly after WWII. Yuri Bezmenov, a Russian KGB defector told us everything we should have been paying attention to. He revealed back in 1985 in many interviews how Ideological Subversion was already on its way to control the minds of the masses.
Great material worth checking out.
I uploaded a 15 minute compelling video that explains how the system actually works. When you understand that as the basis of what has taken place, Mass Formation naturally evolves from that system.
Many people were not aware that WW2 never stopped after military victory. During the time of “peace” that came after, communism wasn’t defeated. Marxists launched an incredibly successful attack upon the minds of the Free World.
This attack is called Ideological Subversion. It’s intent is to brainwash an unsuspecting public, teachers, politicians and business CEO’s to believe in something that goes against any form of religion, faith, patriotism and so much more.
The brainwashing is so strong that those that are under its influence cannot be swayed by facts, logic or data. Any objective facts are immediately dismissed by these people.
Entire generations of people have been ideologically subverted. Yuri Bezmenov warned us of what was taking place 35 years ago, and we didn’t listen. Now we are paying the price for our ignorance.
“These government traitors to freedom are suppressing the rights of the very people they claim to honor…” – Canadian Army Major Stephen Chledowski
The Canadian Armed Forces are once again targeting one of their high-ranking officers who has spoken out against government-ordered mandates and authoritarian restrictions. Canada is the latest left-wing government to target military or police officers defending their nation’s constitution.
Canadian Major Stephen Chledowski
A powerful video by Canadian Army Major Stephen Chledowski, in uniform, appeared on social media Thursday, as thousands of citizens remain in Ottawa for the Truckers Freedom Convoy. It also came as massive numbers of serving military personnel faced the threat of forced removal from the Armed Forces for refusing to be injected with the controversial mRNA gene therapy.
In the video transcribed by RAIR Foundation USA, Maj. Chledowski describes himself as a father, a soldier of nearly 21 years, and a veteran of Afghanistan. The unvaccinated soldier professed his love and commitment to the people of Canada, their human rights, freedoms, and bodily autonomy throughout his almost seven-minute speech on YouTube before they removed it.
The left-wing media immediately seized on the video, painting Maj. Chledowski as an extremist who is working against his government. On the contrary, the military hero called on his government leaders to stop stripping Canadian citizens of the freedoms that he fought to protect. Furthermore, he encouraged others who vowed to protect and honor the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as well as other signed International Human Rights Agreements” to remember their oath.
Read and listen to Maj. Chledowski’s words instead of Canada’s left-wing Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau’s, his military figureheads, and state, paid-for media slander.
Good day, folks; my name is Major Stephen Chledowshi. I have served Canada in the Canadian armed forces for 20 plus years.
I hold a first-class honors degree in political science, and I have held several army command positions. I have an urgent message for all Canadians.
For nearly two years, our own elected government officials have been using the bullying tactics of fear, intimidation, coercion, and financial and physical violence against us to gain compliance for certain repeated medical procedures.
We tell our children that bullying is wrong. We know it to be so yet, we allow our leaders to do this to us. They have knowingly and repeatedly violated the highest laws of the land in the Canadian Charter of rights and Freedoms as well as other signed International Human Rights Agreements.
Canadians have been lulled into believing that the same government that suppresses your freedoms in the name of safety will one day just reward you back with your freedoms. If you just comply to ever-changing rules and health orders. That, folks, is the very definition of tyranny, not democracy.
Humans are inherently free; kings and queens and government cronies can give you can’t give you your basic human rights; they are naturally yours. They can’t be given; they can’t be taken; they can only be suppressed. In the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Queen Elizabeth is recognizing in law are fundamental freedoms. The federal and provincial governments of Canada have chosen through a well-planned and orchestrated set of measures to trick and fool and scare you, the very people who elected them and pay their salaries, into complying with the suppression of our basic human rights. They have knowingly betrayed you and me under the lie of safety.
This past Remembrance Day, as I stood in front of the military cenotaph in Fredericton to honor my comrades who gave their lives for others freedom, I overheard the premier of New Brunswick, Premier Higgs, and our member of Parliament Jenica Atwin tell members of the public how special it was that these brave members of the military gave their lives for their freedom. That same freedom that these very liars and deceivers are actively working right now to suppress.
I stood there a soldier of nearly 21 years as a senior officer in the Canadian army, as a veteran of Afghanistan participating in Operation Medusa, the largest combat operation for Canada since the Korean War – where I watched my own brave comrades fight and get injured and die. But I also stood there as a person who hasn’t taken the Covid-19 injection.
The irony so even though I serve this country, and it has been an honor to do so, an absolute honor like many thousands of Canadians who choose body autonomy and pro-choice, I am unable to share in the same privileges now like, eating at a restaurant going out in public to an event or even traveling across provinces to see my child. This is happening to many others; these government traitors to freedom are suppressing the rights of the very people they claim to honor, and it made me sick to my stomach.
These Canadian governments are now focused on our children with a medical genetic therapy proven by repeated medical journals/studies not to prevent Covid infections nor prevent its transmission to others. For our children, serious illness and death are non-existent from Covid-19 unless your child is chronically unhealthy to begin with. Yet, the toxin in this injection will have serious, life-damaging, permanent effects on your child’s health immunity. The fact of natural T-Cell and DNA damage also came to light recently by medical scientist studies. I am calling on the medical community to put an immediate halt on children’s injections until the Canadian public can receive accurate, truthful data from these Covid injection injuries that have already occurred.
The Canadian public has a right to be able to make informed medical choices, especially for little children. To tell them repeatedly it is safe and effective and not give them that choice is a crime, and it’s also genocide.
The media and government must put an immediate halt to all scientific medical censorship and the silencing of health professionals who do not comply with your agenda, as well as hear from Covid injury victims. The Canadian public has a right to hear from those in our communities and families who have been injured by this procedure.
I am calling on my military and police comrades, all of you, all of us, who have sworn a personal oath to protect our family, our friends, and our communities, to now stand up and protect your loved ones against this government forced medical tyranny.
You chose to serve because you wanted to give back to your community, and instead, the government has turned your love for community and your loyalty against you, and you are now a weapon against the very people you love. Brothers and sisters, you can’t be forever for forever changing industry-government measures which use fear and violence and also be for your loved ones and for freedom. You have to choose; I am asking you to choose your family and your community. This is why you serve; this is your moment to be a hero for your loved ones. They deserve the truth; they deserve to be protected.
I am also calling on all Canadian to join in solidarity together. Freedom and love for our community. Freedom to choose, who you want to be, where you want to live, what you want to experience and learn what your spirituality is, and what you want to practice, who you want to love, What you want to put in your own bodies is the foundation of our democracy in Canada. We cannot let freedom die with this generation.
May God forever bless the free citizens of Canada.
stock here: this guy died shortly after making these statements. He was immediately attacked, misquoted, lambasted. LOL Back in the day, some actually believed that the vaccines stopped infection. “
Last year, he claimed in a French documentary that Covid-19 vaccines led to the creation of coronavirus variants.
Experts contacted by The Associated Press explained that variants found across the globe began emerging long before vaccines were widely available.
They said the evidence suggests new variants evolved as a result of prolonged viral infections in the population and not vaccines, which are designed to prevent such infections.” And we now see that the supposed “debunk” instead perfectly makes the case that long term presence of high viral load in the vaccinated is what creates mutations. aka variants.
If we look at the curve from the WHO, since the vaccinations started in January, the curve showing new infections (contamination) has exploded, along with deaths.
Notably among young people.
—Yes. With thromboses, etc.
How do you view the mass vaccination program? Mass vaccination compared to treatments that work and aren’t expensive.
—It’s an enormous mistake, isn’t it? A scientific error as well as a medical error. It is an unacceptable mistake. The history books will show that, because it is the vaccination that is creating the variants.
—For the China virus, there are antibodies, created by the vaccine. What does the virus do? Does it die or find another solution?
—The new variants are a production and result from the vaccination. You see it in each country, it’s the same: the curve of vaccination is followed by the curve of deaths.
—I’m following this closely and I am doing experiments at the Institute with patients who became sick with Corona after being vaccinated. I will show you that they are creating the variants that are resistant to the vaccine.
Should we be vaccinating during a pandemic?
—They’re silent… many people know this, epidemiologists know it.
—It is the antibodies produced by the virus that enable an infection to become stronger.
—It’s what we call Antibody Dependent Enhancement, which means antibodies favor a certain infection. The antibody attaches to the virus, from that moment it has the receptors, the antibodies, we have them in the macrophage etc.
—It pokes the virus and not accidentally, but because of the fact that they’re linked to the antibodies.
—It is clear that the new variants are created by antibody-mediated selection due to the vaccination. OK?
stock here: I did a “map article” on Ukraine a few weeks back. The whole Russia to invade Ukraine narrative was #FaF out of the gate. This article provides more context. Some are complicit, some are evil.
Putin’s stated vision for Russia and Ukraine is not absorption into a common state, but the sort of relationship that exists between the United States and Canada, in which people who share a common ancestry cooperate and profit from their relationship, while still having separate states. by David C. Hendrickson
What did we just witness? I refer to the two-month frenzy that seized the Western media, in which Vladimir Putin was massing 175,000 troops on Ukraine’s border for an invasion to begin right about now. The Washington Post led on December 3, 2021, with those big numbers and was duly followed by others. A gigantic massing of forces was taking place. Putin was threatening an invasion and had mobilized his forces to accomplish the final breakage of Ukraine. President Joe Biden was a believer, ordering evacuations from embassies in Ukraine and Belarus. He told Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy in late January that blood would almost certainly flow in the streets of Kiev, the national capital; “prepare for impact” sometime soon, probably in February.
And then a surprising thing happened. The Ukrainian president, the guy whose lead we were apparently following, said, in effect, cut it out. Not true. You’re panicking people in Ukraine, hurting its economy, and besides the Russian troop movements were really nothing out of the ordinary.
The Ukraine Narrative wobbled with that development. The people of Ukraine, who were soon to be flattened, were nonchalant while the distant superpower was on the edge of a nervous breakdown. Everyone involved among U.S. and Ukrainian officials then denied that the great rupture had happened, though of course, it did happen. It tells us something very revealing about the prospects for war.
Zelensky Acts Up
Biden made it clear in December that no U.S. forces were going to be deployed to Ukraine in the event of a Russian invasion, ruling out U.S. participation in a war but touting the threat of devastating economic sanctions as a deterrent. Biden also distinguished between a minor and a major Russian incursion, in what was widely held by the commentariat to be a gaffe. Zelensky complained about this, tweeting, “We want to remind the great powers that there are no minor incursions and small nations. Just as there are no minor casualties and little grief from the loss of loved ones. I say this as the President of a great power.” After telling Biden to chill on the invasion-mongering, he taunted the administration at a press conference: “Tell us openly we will never get into NATO.” Zelensky had heard loud and clear the Washington message, as recalibrated by Biden in December: Accept an offer from Moscow? Politically impossible, morally reprehensible. Prepare to fight them? Are you mad?
It is as if American Maximalism, the neocon policy canonized by Stephen Sestanovich, had finally met its match in the “no more war” sentiment among the American people. These two imperatives, pointing toward a posture of total hostility that is also emphatically short of war, doubtless float in the president’s brain as basic parameters of policy. But Biden’s stance—super-aggressive but also super-cautious—did not sit well with the Ukrainians.
This contretemps between the leader of the Free World and the president of the Ukrainian “great power” was very disturbing to the Washington establishment. They thought that Zelensky had flubbed his performance. He was apparently unaware of his proper role. “We’re his most important ally and he’s poking us in the eye and creating daylight between Washington and Kyiv,” said a senior administration official. “It’s self-sabotage more than anything else.”
Why War is Off the Table, for Now
The most striking implication of Zelensky’s comments is that the war scare was made in the United States. To understand why Zelensky doesn’t think a war is imminent, we must go back to April when the first great scare of a Russian invasion occurred. The preceding year, Azerbaijan had demonstrated in its conflict with Armenia that Turkish and Israeli drones could smash entrenched positions and rout the defenders. The Atlantic Council, the eyrie of Washington’s Ukraine hawks, immediately noted the relevance of this demonstrated new capability to the frozen conflict in the Donbas.
The new team at the White House, closely following a script announced by the Atlantic Council, declared that Crimea and the Donbas must be put back on the table. That meant, explained a Biden official, a “very extensive and almost constant focus on Ukraine from day one.” In the view of Democrats, Donald Trump had been a shameless appeaser of Putin; indeed, he was Putin’s puppet. This narrative, to be sure, was dubious in the extreme, as Trump the ostensible appeaser surrounded himself with advisors—H.R. McMaster, Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley, James Mattis, and John Bolton—who regularly blasted Russia in scalding tones. But though the narrative may have been wrong, it was theirs. The Democrats believed it. Where Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken largely followed Trump’s line on China, they broke sharply with him over Ukraine.
The Ukrainian government hailed the new administration and set forth a platform for the return of Donbas and Crimea. Then on April 3, 2021, Ukraine’s military announced on Facebook that military exercises would be conducted with five NATO powers in Ukraine’s eastern regions later in the year. “In particular,” it said, “defensive actions will be worked out, followed by an offensive in order to restore the state border and territorial integrity of a state that has been subjected to aggression by one of the hostile neighboring countries.”
Russia’s callup of reserves—which both now and in April was interpreted by U.S. intelligence as reflecting plans for a gigantic invasion—was in direct response to these three important developments: a startling new demonstration of the effectiveness of drone-led offensive operations, a new U.S. posture toward Ukraine-related issues that was far more aggressive than Trump’s, and the declaration by Ukraine’s military that they were working on a plan to drive the Russians out of the occupied territories. When Biden said in December that the United States would not commit forces to Ukraine in the event of a war, it took the legs out from under this plan.
The United States now vehemently denies that there was any idea of retaking the Donbas by force and that this is an invention of Russian propagandists. From the outside, it is impossible to know how far these plans advanced and how seriously they were taken, but to say that the Russians had no basis for thinking that something was afoot is clearly absurd. What is the explanation for the April 3 Facebook post by Ukraine’s military? Were they the unfortunate victims, like Joy Reid, of a malicious hack? If the Azerbaijani war had no military significance for the Donbas, why did the Atlantic Council argue that it did?
It is obvious that Ukraine’s military has sought an Azerbaijani-like capability in the past year, and little doubt that the United States has facilitated the acquisition of one. But it is equally obvious that no such plan can be put in motion if the U.S. attitude is what Biden and Blinken said it was in December. The Ukrainians were optimistic about getting such a pledge from the Americans during the previous year—that is, getting an American backstop if they sought to regain their lost territories by force, replaying the Georgia option of 2008 but this time with American guarantees. Their hopes are now deflated. Hence Zelensky’s taunt: just tell straight out that that we cannot join NATO, that is, that you intend to leave us in the lurch with regard to our lost territories.
The View from Russia
The air is thick with wild interpretations of Russian motives. As portrayed in the Western press, it is Putin and the Russians who are thirsting to change the status quo. He wants to conquer and absorb Ukraine. He wants to restore the Soviet Union. He wants to bring Russia to the geopolitical position the Soviet Union had in 1945. He wants to evict the United States from Europe. Since our Russia experts proceed on the assumption that you cannot believe a word he says, they are freed from all evidentiary restraint in their explication of what Putin wants. Since they rule out by hypothesis that he could conceivably have defensive motives, we are left with the choice of aims ranging from the aggressively obnoxious to the insanely aggressive.
The hawks are not ashamed to make stuff up. Putin, they say, is daily threatening war to take over Ukraine. No, that is what the United States and its media sycophants are saying that Putin is saying and doing. He says the military deployments are nothing. The Russian Foreign Ministry reminds people just about every day that it is not threatening any such war.
On Putin’s putative desire to conquer and absorb Ukraine, consider that Ukraine, a nation of 43.3 million people, would be impossible to rule effectively and profitably from Moscow, while the attempt to do so would emphatically impose huge financial and political costs. One of the pristine memories of Soviet history is that when Josef Stalin ordered his mercilessly cruel and wholly irrational campaign of dekulakization and collectivized agriculture, the Ukrainian peasantry burned half its grain and killed half its livestock rather than surrender it to the commissars.
U.S. intelligence has focused laser-like on the course and objectives of a Russian invasion, but what they have ignored, as they did in 2003 (Iraq) and 2011 (Libya), is what comes after Mission Accomplished. They are thinking about the forces required for an invasion like that which the United States undertook in Iraq, but the real numbers game, as we subsequently discovered in that now dimly remembered war, must take into account the forces required for an occupation. In sizing such forces, military historians identify ratios of one soldier for sixty people in unfriendly terrain, and a one to 100 ratio in friendlier environs. As Ukraine would be more like the former than the latter for Russia, that generates a force requirement of 721,000, way beyond existing Russian capabilities. Even the lesser number of 430,000 would require stripping the rest of the country of its defenses and imposing onerous new requirements for conscripts, a veritable mass mobilization. One does wonder if the U.S. officials predicting the imminent ingurgitation of this indigestible mass ever look beyond the first fifteen days of the plan they have implanted in the mind of the Russian military. On the surface, at least, U.S. “intelligence” appears not too bright, because it posits a complete disconnection between the ends foreseen and the means available. Putin, it is reasonable to assume, is not so blind.
The problem with conquering Ukraine is not primarily a function of the Ukrainian willingness to fight a guerilla war, but the impossibility of making any positive and profitable use of the territory after a big invasion. It is like asking the Russians whether they want to repeat the Holodomor. No, they don’t. The high-end numbers provided by “senior administration officials,” even if given a credence they do not deserve, are still totally inadequate if seen in relation to the political goals they say that Putin has in mind. Forgotten is that Putin’s central critique of both the Iraq invasion of 2003 and the Libyan invasion of 2011 is that the Americans proclaimed a victory and left anarchy. Why would he want to repeat those fiascos?
Ukraine is Not a Country
It is now said repeatedly by our talking heads that Putin denies that Ukraine is even a country. In their reconstruction, Putin thinks it is totally illegitimate and therefore ripe for takeover. “When you say things like, ‘Ukraine does not now and has never had a right to exist as a sovereign state, there is no such thing as the Ukrainian people,’ where does your rhetoric go from there?” asked a senior Western intelligence officer. The media cite Putin’s 5,000-word essay in July 2021 detailing the history of Russia’s relations with Ukraine. But Putin’s argument in that essay is totally different from what it has been represented to be by our media parrots, who in this case have definitely learned to speak but cannot read. In brief, Putin’s pitch was this:
Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus share a common history. For long stretches of time, their inhabitants considered themselves “a triune people comprising Velikorussians, Malorussians and Belorussians” rather than separate Slavic peoples. The Ukrainians, however, declared their independence and opted for separation rather than common nationhood. How do you treat such a people, Putin asked, and said there was only one answer: “with respect!” His essay explicitly acknowledged the right of the Ukrainians to form a separate and independent state. His language was that of a husband pleading with his wife not to leave him, while acknowledging that she has the right to do so and even some reason to do so. At least she shouldn’t hate him.
The nub of Putin’s argument concerned the terms of the divorce. He wrote that the Ukrainians, in deciding to leave, could not take out of the partnership more than they’d brought in the first place. The critical year was 1922, when the Ukrainian communists joined with the Russian communists and others to make the treaty that formed the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. At that time, Crimea was not part of Ukraine, though the Donbas was. Nor were the territories in the west that Stalin annexed in 1940 in the aftermath of the Nazi-Soviet Pact.
Putin’s discussion of the 1924 Soviet constitution and the right of secession it conferred is very revealing. He insists that this provision of the constitution was real and had to be respected, though it was also written at a time when the source of cohesion lay in central party control, so was effectively meaningless during the party’s reign. His conclusion, however, is clear: the Soviet Constitution, however defectively, did indeed provide a right of secession in 1924, reaffirmed in 1936, and on this basis, Ukraine had a right to secede. Far from making a claim for all Ukraine, he didn’t even make a claim to the Donbas. He pointed out that the Donbas and some surrounding areas were included in Ukraine at Lenin’s insistence, as part of the Bolshevik scheme for managing the minorities question, but acknowledged that Ukraine came into the union with those territories. There was, he wrote, still no alternative to the Minsk agreements, which explicitly recognize the Donbas as part of Ukraine.
Putin’s stated vision for Russia and Ukraine is not absorption into a common state, but the sort of relationship that exists between the United States and Canada, in which people who share a common ancestry cooperate and profit from their relationship, while still having separate states.
The reader will at this point object that I am making Putin seem very reasonable. Could it be? Don’t you know he’s a liar? That you can’t trust anything he says and therefore you can make him say anything you want? What is most objectionable about these objections is that they aren’t really about Putin at all, but about Russia and Russians. It is the Russian viewpoint, not Putin’s viewpoint as such, that is destitute of legitimacy in the eyes of America’s officialdom and commentariat.
The real guarantee of these views is not Putin’s bona fides but the nature and character of the people he rules. The biggest thing that our imaginative Russia experts miss is that Putin is constrained by Russian public opinion. By repeatedly chanting “autocracy,” they make it seem as if Putin is entirely disjoined from his nation, which is not so. The Russian nation sees the obvious point that the conquest of Ukraine would inevitably come at the expense of the Russian people. The hawks actually twist themselves into contradictions here, because they say that Putin is in fact deeply unpopular and yet he’s going to do the thing for which there is very little support in Russian opinion, and which would further rouse the Ukrainian nation against him. It’s like they expect him to commit hari-kari.
The Russian steps to increase readiness on Ukraine’s frontier give the impression that Russia will fight if the Ukrainians attempt to drive them from Crimea or the Donbas. Their determination, and that of the Russian public, is rock solid on the point of Crimea but much more ambivalent about the Donbas. It is unlikely that Putin would have difficulty rallying public support for a Russian intervention if the Ukrainians tried an Azerbaijani-type operation to reclaim the Donbas and that should certainly be taken as a red line by the United States. The critical point for Russia is not that it wants to annex these territories—on that point, public opinion is divided—but that it will not allow the Ukrainians to conduct a “cleansing” of Russophones from the area. The people of the Donbas want annexation by Russia, but the formula of the Minsk Accords—federal autonomy for the Donbas within Ukraine—is perfectly acceptable to Putin. The United States, by contrast, says that Minsk is the right formula but gives complete support to the Ukrainian refusal to do what is required of it under the accords. Blinken says that it is Russia who is not fulfilling Minsk. The record says otherwise. The Ukrainian government has rejected for some years the critical provision of the accords mandating autonomy for the Donbas.
The main argument against my thesis that Putin does not want or intend to invade Ukraine is that he might feel forced to intervene in part of it in response to the ongoing repression of the Russian interest by the Ukrainian government. Ukraine has done a lot of things in the last year—implementing a language law that is discriminatory against Russian-speaking Ukrainians, shutting down the TV networks, and seizing the assets and charging with treason Victor Medvedchuk, a long-time Putin friend and the voice of Russophones in the east—those certainly look like serious oppressions to Putin and the Russians. The Russians have a declared interest in the rights of the Russophone population of Ukraine. I admit that this constitutes a potentially compelling motive for them. That it could constitute such a motive is a telling commentary on the utter indifference that U.S. policy has displayed for thirty years toward the rights of Russian speakers in the protectorates it has embraced along Russia’s western border.
Granting, therefore, that the vigorous anti-Russian turn in Ukrainian policy is seen as a big problem by Putin, it remains very difficult to see how the use of force would solve it for him. There is talk about such a rescue operation by some Russophones, but not Russian officials or legislators. No way exists of getting a clear read on how the Russophone population outside Donbas would react to a Putin move to save them with a military invasion, but I don’t think it would be favorable even in the short term, for the simple reason that it could not be clean and would entail significant human and material losses. For the majority of Ukraine’s Russophones, I think that would look like a bad bargain and not something they would want. If they don’t want it, there would be minimal desire in Russia to give it to them.
Lessons Learned, Gains Consolidated
So, Biden was wrong and Zelensky was right. There will be no war. The one in the east, as a consequence of a Ukrainian reconquest of the Donbas or Crimea, has been put on extended hiatus. The one conjured up by U.S. intelligence is a fiction. That war is not imminent does not mean that it’s entirely foreclosed down the road, as the arms buildup and the war of venomous accusation is intrinsically dangerous. So, too, the probable motives of both Russia and the United States, which argue strongly against an imminent war, may change. The misperceptions which now rule the day in Washington, especially a view of the adversary which sees it as basically deranged, are not a good omen.
A lingering question remains. Did Washington’s alarmists really believe it themselves, or has consent been manufactured by a war scare whose utility they plainly saw, but the details of which they didn’t really believe? It’s a tough choice between the two, with alternative one telling us that they’ve been playing it straight and alternative two suggesting that we’ve all been the objects of a calculated plan by guys playing four-dimensional chess. The conclusion I reach, with some awkwardness, is that both alternatives, though seemingly contradictory, have been at play in Washington’s funhouse mirror, thick with distorted shapes and grotesque visages. What cannot be denied is that the war scare, with the media dutifully performing its stenographic role, has brought great advantages to the hawks. The LNG folks have made considerable progress in their campaign to prevent the opening of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. The increased deployments to Eastern Europe and arms sales to Ukraine gratify the interests of the military-industrial complex. The anti-Russia coalition, which draws as much from sheer ideological enmity as anything resembling self-interest, has advanced its campaign to gain legal authority from Congress to impose a total shutdown in relations with Russia. That looks to me like three wins for the hawks.
The cleverest feature of the administration’s approach is that, when there is no war, Biden and Blinken can claim that it was all due to them and their solid statesmanship. Deterrence has been successful! Our firm leadership made it so! We’re not quite at that part in the unraveling of the plot, but getting closer, as U.S. intelligence seems not to be getting its predicted 175,000 troops. At the last congressional briefing on February 5, the latest intelligence estimate was that 130,000 troops were mobilized, with only 62,000 combat forces deployed, scattered all around Ukraine’s periphery. Count on it, the reduction in future numbers (as the Russian exercises wind down) will be attributed to the wise leadership of the Biden administration.
David C. Hendrickson is President of the John Quincy Adams Society and the author of Republic in Peril: American Empire and the Liberal Tradition (2018).
stock here: The FLCCC is a good start, but it looks too complicated for most people to even get started on. So for half a year I have been thinking to write this up. Here we are, one of my workers out sick for going on 5 days, so I wrote it up. I am having a physician review and then will post it up in a nicer looking a fashion.
Early Treatment Protocol
Strategy: Fortify the Immune System and “Calm The Storm” aka reduce inflammation
If pregnant, definitely consult your doctor or physicians assistant (PA) before proceeding.
Be cautious of taking any anti-biotic if you have JUST a viral infection. The anti-biotics ALSO wipe out all the good bacteria in your gut. 70% of the immune system is created in the gut, if you wipe this out, your ability to fight the virus is lessened.
Don’t be intimidated by the length of this document, the real meat is the section immediately below, start this immediately. The rest is “Bonus Material”.
Vitamin D3: Take 10,000 units per day. On a bright summer day, your body makes 20,000 “units” of vitamin D3 in a day. And you never get sick in summer. Space it out and take it with your Vit C
Vitamin C: 1000mg twice a day, even better is to do 500mg 4 times a day. Realistically, the more the better. Take as much as you can without getting upset stomach due to the acid. Best to take after food, we recommend a high pro-biotic diet, yogurt is a great start. Note below, the NAC is best taken before food.
Vitamin B Complex: Some recommend just B12, but I believe it is beneficial to get all the B Vitamins, my Brand is Super Vitamin B-Complex
Zinc: 100 mg per day. The common dissolving tablets are great because they coat the mouth and throat, often the place where viruses first install, however, the brand I have is only 12mg, I had to go to their website to find that information. You can do the dissolving tablets AND also take vitamin pills.
Quercetin Bromelain: 1600 mg Quercetin per day, 330 mg Bromelain per day. This is over the counter and fairly easy to find.
NAC: 1200 mg per day, take before/without food.
Aspirin: 325mg per day, unless contraindicated by your doctor. It works as anti-inflammatory and as a blood thinner. It helps prevent blood clots which are a prime effects of the Spike S protein that is part of COVID and also a part of taking the COVID Shot. See section on Medical Monitoring, your blood pressure and pulse rate are likely to both be elevated, aspirin will help regulate them downward.
Melatonin 2 to 10 mg before bed. Melatonin is a natural hormone created in your brain when darkness comes. It help you go to sleep and to stay asleep in a deeper sleep. During early treatment, sleep as much as you can. NOTE: There are wide personal differences in how Melatonin affects people, and the rate at which it is used up in the body. 10 may be way too much for some people and you might be groggy the whole next day.
Mouthwash 3 times per day. Any mouthwash is better than no mouthwash, but ideally your mouthwash should contain chlorhexidine, povidone-iodine, or certylpyridinium chloride.
Thieves Oil: A Blend of Essential Oils with known anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal effects. Buy online or make your own, the recipe is easy to find. Using small spray bottle, spray directly into mouth, trying to get to the back of the throat where virus often “install” first. Use several times a day, the taste is good too.
Iodine nasal spray/drops: Use 1% povidone-iodine commercial product as per instructions 2–3 x daily. If 1%-product not available, must first dilute the more widely available 10%-solution6 and apply 4–5 drops to each nostril every 4 hours. (No more than 5 days in pregnancy.)
Anti-Inflammatory and Oxygen Support
See notes in Medical Monitoring, Pulse-Oximeter
There are 2 types of Asthma Inhalers. One if fast acting, and is not a steroid, the other is taken daily, is a steroid, and provide anti-inflammatory action, but does not relieve acute conditions. Have some of both on hand, they are probably fine long after their expiration date.
Albuterol is the fast acting inhaler. The small sacks in your lungs get dilated (enlarged) and you get better oxygen transfer. They say 2 inhalations every 4 to 6 hours. But if your O2 levels are going down, I would consult a medical professional and see if you can do more.
The other usually slower acting type of inhaler is usually prescribed for a daily application, and will be one of several steroids (Budesonide is common). Steroids are anti-inflamatory. Being inflamed makes every body function not work as well. When the lungs get inflamed, it is more likely to get the secondary bacterial infection of the lungs, and that could be pneumonia on top of your first case of viral infection.
Loss of Taste or Smell: One patient had no taste or smell for a week, but within 3 days of using the Nasal Steroid nasal spray, recovered 70% of taste and smell. These are normally for allergies, and they are steroids so that is great as they are anti-inflammatory, they “calm the storm”. Fluticasone propionate is the Ingredient. The trade name will often have Fluti in the name such as FlutiCare
Do NOT discount the power of Chicken Noodle Soup! Have some in stock at all times. If you can make some fresh, with fresh organic vegetables, even better.
Honey. Real Honey will last in storage for 25 years. Honey is magic and swallowing a tablespoon a couple times a day, trying to swoosh it around a bit will help general health and anti-viral anti-bacterial.
Garlic. If you are lucky enough to find the long term marinated garlic cloves, in the Asian section, you can eat 3 or 4 like candy. Twice a day.
Ginger. You can make Ginger and Honey tea, or you can find marinated Ginger slices, known to Sushi chefs as Gari, in the Asian section, if you are lucky.
Pro-biotic diet and/or supplements: You will have a strong immune system if you eat a broad pro-biotic diet. Non-pasteurized yogurt is a great start. I also like Kimchee and Natto. Natto is fermented soybeans and has a specialized bacteria that you are not likely to get from other sources. Watch out if buying a pro-biotic pill form, some have very limited types of bacteria, there are roughly 17 important bacteria so you want a “broad spectrum”
HCQ and Ivermectin. Do your own research. It is best to have these on hand before you have any symptoms, they may take quite some time to obtain, and early treatment is by far the best. There are online doctors that do telemedicine and they are keen on prescribing these.
Be aware that some Pharmacies will not fill an order if it is listed as prevention (Prophylactic) or treatment of COVID. There are also online Pharmacies that will fill prescriptions and some will even write the prescription for you also.
Dosing of Ivermectin is something you are going to have to deal with. The chart below is for 0.2 mg per kg of body weight. I am not familiar with HCQ.
For Ivermectin, other dosages I have seen are 0.4 and 0.6 mg/kg of body weight. They usually come at 3 mg per pill but other dosages are out there. Animal forms are also available, and people have screwed themselves up by taking a dose for an 1800 pound horse. I could only see using this in an emergency in which you cannot get Ivermectin. But back to point number one….get it ahead of time and have it sitting in your medicine supplies, along with the anti-biotics that you have stocked up on. Capite?
Vital Signs Monitoring
These are simple and cheap methods of monitoring your “Vital Signs”. And it is very effective too. Quite simply, if you are getting steadily better, keep going on the program, if you are getting worse you will have to make a call of when to go to a Doctor or Emergency Room. The last page is a chart where you should take your Vital Signs and write them down every 3 to 4 hours. In the event that you have to seek medical help, take your “chart” with you, it will help them understand your condition.
You should obtain all of these now, and I like the idea of having 2 because if one breaks you have a backup, and if you get a weird reading, you can try the other device.
Pulse Oximeter: $20 to $40 some are fancier and show a PI% (strength of the pulse). It shows oxygenation of the blood and pulse rate. 97 to 100% is a good numbers, improving is a good direction. Some places say if it drops to 94% you go to the emergency room. I would say that at 88% no matter how well you are doing otherwise, you present yourself as a problem for the emergency room.
Temperature: Simple and no-brainer. You should have a baseline, some people run colder or hotter than 98.2. If your base temperature is 97.2, then a temperature of 100.2 would be a real concern, but if your average was 98.7 then 100.2 would just be something that you log and monitor.
Blood pressure. Once again, good to have a baseline. When I had COVID my blood pressure was 160/100 and pulse rate in the 90s, with the protocol that went down to 140/90 the next morning and then 130/85 then next morning. I took readings every 3 or 4 hours. Some people might decide to go to emergency room at 160, my number would be 180/120 if either one was exceeded.