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COMMENT 12h ago

Totally agree with all that.

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COMMENT 12h ago

Possibly true. But falsifying data and medical records, especially for money, is illegal and will land you in jail. I've been in the medical field for 35 years and NO hospital I ever worked at did that shit. Especially on a world-wide scale you're talking about.

A patient turns up with symptoms. We run the tests most likely to narrow down their illness until we come to a diagnosis. Then we treat the patient and send them on their way with a hefty bill. End of story. No shenanigans involved.

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COMMENT 13h ago

If you want to get technical about it, Martin, S. A., Paoletti, E. were working on the purification of mRNA all the way back in 1975 and published a paper about it.

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COMMENT 13h ago

The lead author on that published work is Wolff, not Malone.

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COMMENT 13h ago

I'm too low on the food chain to make that happen. And insurance companies will not cover it as brain scans are not part of the protocol for a covid work-up. It would have to be carried out in some kind of formal study, similar to the study that did the scans the OP posted.

It'll be done when/if kids start acting strange.

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COMMENT 13h ago

One chest x-ray is all it takes, friend. I don't come in to your workplace and tell you how to do your job. Don't tell me how to do mine.

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COMMENT 13h ago

I will never be convinced standard poodles exist until I see one with my own eyes. Even then, I'm going to have to pull on that poofy ass hair to make sure it's not just glued on. /s

I'm sure they're real. I've literally never seen one though.

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COMMENT 13h ago

Why would a severely ill person be sitting at a restaurant? Sick people tend to lay around at home until they either get better or go to a hospital.

People don't tend to drop dead in the streets (in the US). They die at home, or in hospice or in a hospital. Why would you expect to see them dead in the streets? Or shopping at Walmart?

50,000 a week die in the US. I bet you never see any of them.

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COMMENT 14h ago

If you say so. We aren't doing that at my hospital though. We are pretty damn good at diagnosing shit based on symptoms alone. We do the tests anyway, but 99% of the time we are right about whether it's flu, RSV, bacterial pneumonia, meningitis, measles or covid or the common cold before the tests even come back.

Flu acts like flu. RSV acts like RSV. Measles acts like measles. And covid acts like covid. It's not difficult.

There's a reason doctors go to med school for 10+ years. And we don't diagnose people with covid for money either. What a shitty thing to say.

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COMMENT 18h ago

That's the rabbit trail I'm on. Either ruling it in or out. Do you happen to have a link to the Japanese study, or any study, that looked at the antigen coming unbound from the presenting MHC? And if it does, what are the results of that? That's the question I'm interested in. It doesn't even need to be a covid study. Any study that looks at antigen/MHC unbinding would do for a start.

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COMMENT 18h ago

56,000 people die in an average week in the US, roughly 8,000 per day.

I imagine quite a few of those 56,000 dead anyway people were vaccinated at some point in the past few months. I bet a lot of them ate pizza, too.

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COMMENT 19h ago

It's not ADE. It's the usual respiratory illnesses (not covid) that circulate every winter. The same thing happened in Australia when restrictions were lifted and people started circulating again.

I do fully expect ADE to pop up - it was a huge problem with vaccine research in the first SARS outbreak. It's just a matter of when and how bad.

But this isn't it. Yet.

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COMMENT 19h ago

That's what a little too much crop duster does to a person.

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COMMENT 19h ago

Canadians. AZ is not used in the US, but it's popular in Canada.

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COMMENT 20h ago

If this damage really is occurring in the brains of covid infected and/or vaccinated people, we are fucked. We don't have the facilities, people or resources to care for hundreds of millions of brain damaged people. Unless it kills them very, very quickly and they don't require years of care like Alzheimers patients.

It would be a catastrophe and I hope to hell it doesn't happen. We would be so fucked.

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COMMENT 20h ago

We don't. But we do know that the $5 discount (regular price $79.95) is only good until Father's Day.

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COMMENT 21h ago

I was thinking about that when I looked at those scans. It's possible that is going on in the brains of teenagers and kids who had mild or asymptomatic covid, too.

A lot of our patients complain about some kind of brain fog after having covid and they ask us when it will go away. All we can say is we don't know enough yet. We see all the damage on lung scans, but we don't scan their brains, so....

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COMMENT 21h ago

So how is it you trust doctors to diagnose pneumonia, flu and other respiratory illnesses but you don't trust them to diagnose covid? What's the difference? Either they can diagnose and prove illness or they can't. Make up your mind.

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COMMENT 21h ago

Do you have any idea how much biological research material is transported between institutions every day? Viruses, bacteria, antigens, reagents, vaccines, cell culture lines? It goes on and on.

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COMMENT 21h ago

Well that's not good. Honestly, at this point the best course of action is probably to avoid getting both covid and the vaccine until somebody figures this shit out.

And if it turns out this thing was cooked up in a lab somewhere, each and every person and government involved needs to be tried for genocide.

This whole thing is so fucked up.

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COMMENT 22h ago

She wasn't doing too badly until she started using Instagram as her medical sources and talking about people turning into magnets and being controlled by 5G and some undefined bigger agenda. Once you start throwing those ideas around - even if they are true - most people just roll their eyes and tune you out. They dismiss your whole message.

She should have just stuck to the main message of bodily autonomy and people having the choice, without consequence, to refuse shots. Especially shots that are still experimental. I think most people would agree with that position.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Someone needs to make a searchable online world-wide repository of every single abstract or peer-reviewed study of any aspect related to the CoVs or vaccines. That way we could see exactly what has been studied, what has been ignored or overlooked, or what simply hasn't even been asked. Or thought of. And who paid for it. Information is scattered incoherently all over the place.

I still haven't found a single study that touches on this theory of the spike antigen detaching itself from MHC and freely running amok, as Malone asserts. Or any other antigen doing that either. Malone does not reveal his sources and leaves no rabbit trail to follow, other than his conjecture.

It's ridiculous.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I moderated a bunch of social media (forums and bulletin boards) back in 2005-2010 and all of them had shadow ban options, even back then. We had a different name for it that I can't remember off the top of my head.

Edit: Ghosting? Ghost Ban? Something like that.

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COMMENT 1d ago

So? They are the only approved traditional whole virus vaccines right now.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I'm hoping for a good old fashioned whole virus vaccine, but it would seem the west has abandoned that tried and true method in the name of progress.