Another piece of insanity- on video
- Created on Tuesday, 10 August 2021 18:30
When you get vaccinated, and then you get sick as bad as this guy got sick, it means that the vaccine failed. There is nothing to celebrate. There is nothing to be thankful for.
Has it reached the point that they are going to “protect” us from diseases with vaccines, but then we get them anyway, and badly, we’re supposed to be thankful knowing that, without the vaccine, we would have died? You can’t possibly claim to know that. It’s just a choice to think it. It’s a matter of baselessly crediting the vaccine with doing you some good. And even if there was a way to know, for real, that his outcome would have been worse without the vaccine- and there is no way to know that- it still looks terrible. Why? Because: there are plenty of people like me who aren’t getting vaccinated and aren’t wearing masks and aren’t getting Covid. Some might try to say that I could get it any day now- as recklessly as I’m living. But I have been living this way since the crisis began. Surely, I should have gotten it by now because I’m an elderly man. I’m 70 years old.
People like this guy are as brainwashed as the loonies who went to Jonestown and drank the Kool-Aid.
I don't know how they have the nerve to publish this stuff
- Created on Tuesday, 10 August 2021 01:06
So, a guy who is vaccinated comes down with Covid, and that's after each and every one of his vaccinated relatives came down with Covid.
"A week after my brother came down with it, my mother fell ill. That was when I first heard the ominous words: breakthrough case. My mother speculated that she had a breakthrough case of delta, a highly contagious COVID-19 variant that’s surging across much of the country right now, especially here in the Deep South. Impossible, I thought. Every member of my immediate family had been vaccinated months before: my brother with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and my cousin, my mother and me with Pfizer."
RC: And note that this guy thinks he had Covid just a few months before. Not willing to rely on natural immunity, he got vaccinated, but despite that, he got it again. So, it was Round 2 for him despite being vaccinated.
"When I awoke the next morning, I felt like I had a vise grip around my skull and my lymph nodes were slightly swollen. I was definitely ill. Even though I still doubted that I had COVID, I decided to get tested because I was planning on visiting a close friend the following day, someone who was still fighting “long-haul” symptoms from his own bout with the coronavirus."
"My only options were a $20 at-home test from Walmart, a $50 test done at a local pharmacy, or a visit to a doctor’s office, which would have cost me several hundred dollars out of pocket. I went with the cheapest option, surprised to find that Walmart’s kit included two tests and results within 15 minutes."
"Back at home, I swirled the uncomfortable nose swab for 15 seconds in each nostril. After waiting 15 minutes, I saw that my test was definitely positive."
RC: Elon Musk had 4 rapid Covid tests done in succession. Two came back back positive, and two came back negative. Then there's this from another source:
"Earlier this month, shortly before Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine was due to meet President Donald Trump at a Cleveland airport, the governor tested positive on a rapid antigen test for the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that causes the disease COVID-19."
"Two follow-up tests, using a more accurate polymerase chain reaction, or PCR test, showed the governor didn't have the virus."
"This kind of false positive with an antigen test isn’t an isolated incident. Dozens of people who took a rapid SARS-CoV-2 test developed by biotech company Quidel at a Manchester, Vermont, clinic in July were told they had the virus. Subsequent PCR tests run by the state’s Department of Health found that only 4 out of those 65 were positive."
RC: What a joke that the PCR test is called the "gold standard" when fruit has tested positive. People: we are living in the Twilight Zone. The diagnostic tests aren't testing; they are just spitting out noise. The virus isolation techniques aren't isolating a virus: they are just detecting the cytotoxic effect of the procedure. The viral genome determinations are based on nothing but the fantasies of a computer algorithm. This is not science; it is pseudo-science; and it is not real.
When you read an article like this, what goes through your head? If it makes you want to run out and get vaccinated, I pity you.
Covidism: the insanity keeps growing
- Created on Sunday, 08 August 2021 21:22
So, an old woman starts getting tired, to where she wants to mostly stay in bed most of the time. Then she gets nausea and diarrhea. She also has a slight cough but no dyspnea, fever, or shortness of breath. But that was enough to trigger a Covid test, and sure enough, it was that damn virus.
You can take a look at this if you want to, but I don’t believe a word of it.
They’re a couple who are 90 and 86. Most people are dead at that age. And the husband was struggling long before.
"Eugene Bily contended with many health problems even before the pandemic. In the past 18 months, he underwent two hip surgeries and several other hospitalizations. In June, he began receiving home hospice care."
What they’re doing is taking any symptoms whatsoever and applying a Covid test to them (and they’re all bogus) and if it comes back positive, they are more than willing to say that the virus is causing the symptoms- and even if it’s stuff that people that age struggle with all the time, they will attribute it to the virus.
"The team, searching through records using language software, found that about one-quarter of older Covid patients reported a functional decline. “This was falls, fatigue, weakness, difficulty walking or getting out of bed,” Marziliano said. Eleven percent experienced altered mental status — “confusion, agitation, forgetfulness, lethargy,” she said."
Are they kidding? Are they seriously going to attribute all those symptoms to Covid? Average lifespan for American men is only 77 years, and it’s falling! So, it’s very likely that a 90 year old man is going to be having problems. But to attribute those symptoms to Covid just because of that supposedly infallible test? They should remember that Covid can also be asymptomatic. So, maybe he has asymptomatic Covid, and he’s failing for other reasons.
Look: this is insane. It is a medical religion. It is a pseudo-scientific cult. And let me leave you with one last thought: Have you noticed that most people who die of Covid die in the hospital? So, why go there? Medical treatment isn’t saving people. It’s been widely admitted that the ventilators have killed hundreds of thousands, and it’s probably over a million.
I’m only going to speak for myself, but if I got symptoms, such as fever, coughing, and even shortness of breath, I wouldn’t dream of going to the hospital.
And I’ll tell you something about shortness of breath: people often panic when they get it, and their panicking makes it worse. They start interfering with their own breathing- without realizing it. As they strain to breathe, they obstruct their own breathing, and it spirals out of control. The most important thing is not to panic. Maybe I should write a piece on breathing.
Seeing everything through a Covid vaccine lens
- Created on Saturday, 07 August 2021 22:19
I come across Covid articles every day that spur me to want to write, and today’s is a real doozey. A Baltimore couple, Christina Van Norman and David Coe, followed all the guidelines; then they got fully vaccinated; and then they resumed having small gatherings at their house- but only for the vaccinated. Their last party involved 17 vaccinated people, and 14 of them came down with Covid.
And Christina got it badly. She said: “I’m not dying, but I’m pretty darn sick.” Two weeks after it started, she is still struggling badly. “We thought we were vaccinated and safe, and that’s the scary part.”
You might think that nobody would dare try to put a positive spin on this. But, you would be wrong.
“The key message is that the vaccine works very, very well,” said Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association and a former Maryland health secretary. “It is extremely effective in preventing severe illness, hospitalizations and death.”
Then, they made an incredible claim about the small number of breakthrough cases among the 3.6 million Maryland residents who got vaccinated. But, how can they make any such claims? It’s not as though everyone who gets vaccinated reports back to them and gets tested. Since breakthrough cases can occur without any symptoms, they would have to test and retest every vaccinated person. But, that isn’t happening. They are just helping themselves to the conclusion that all vaccinated persons who don’t make the news with a horror story must therefore be vaccine success stories.
But, let’s talk about the issue of whether the vaccines have been shown to prevent severe illness, hospitalizations, and death. The vaccine trials were not designed to find that out. They were only designed to look at mild symptoms. This is by the Associate Editor of the British Medical Journal.
Covid-19 vaccine trials cannot tell us if they will save lives
None of the current trials are designed to detect a reduction in any serious outcome such as hospitalizations, intensive care use, or deaths,
Vaccines are being hailed as the solution to the covid-19 pandemic, but the vaccine trials currently underway are not designed to tell us if they will save lives, reports Dr. Peter Doshi, Associate Editor of the British Medical Journal.
Several covid-19 vaccine trials are now in their most advanced (phase 3) stage, but what will it mean exactly when a vaccine is declared “effective”?
Many may assume that successful phase 3 studies will mean we have a proven way of keeping people from getting very sick and dying from covid-19. And a robust way to interrupt viral transmission.
Yet the current phase 3 trials are not actually set up to prove either, says Doshi.
“None of the trials currently underway are designed to detect a reduction in any serious outcome such as hospitalizations, intensive care use, or deaths. Nor are the vaccines being studied to determine whether they can interrupt transmission of the virus,” he writes.
He explains that all ongoing phase 3 trials for which details have been released are evaluating mild, not severe, disease - and they will be able to report final results once around 150 participants develop symptoms.
In Pfizer and Moderna’s trials, for example, individuals with only a cough and positive lab test would bring those trials one event closer to their completion.
Yet Doshi argues that vaccine manufacturers have done little to dispel the notion that severe covid-19 was what was being assessed.
Moderna, for example, called hospitalizations a “key secondary endpoint” in statements to the media. But Tal Zaks, Chief Medical Officer at Moderna, told The BMJ that their trial lacks adequate statistical power to assess that endpoint.
Part of the reason may be numbers, says Doshi. Because most people with symptomatic covid-19 infections experience only mild symptoms, even trials involving 30,000 or more patients would turn up relatively few cases of severe disease.
“Hospitalizations and deaths from covid-19 are simply too uncommon in the population being studied for an effective vaccine to demonstrate statistically significant differences in a trial of 30,000 people,” he adds. “The same is true regarding whether it can save lives or prevent transmission: the trials are not designed to find out.”
RC: Yet, the claim that the vaccines are preventing serious illness and death has become a standard mantra and talking point. It should be obvious to everyone that there is no positive spin to cases like Ms. Van Norman. To conclude that the vaccine served her well because she isn’t dead is factually baseless. It is just a desired belief. It’s something that she wants to be true because the alternative- that the vaccine did nothing for her- is too discomforting and painful. Her mind runs away from it.
I mean, come on! This woman was following all the protocols, masking like crazy, and then she gets vaccinated, and as soon as she throws a party, she and 13 others all come down with Covid? And that’s supposed to have a positive spin?
I am a filmmaker. My first film, My Stretch of Texas Ground, an anti-war movie, came out in 2019, and you can watch it on Amazon. My second film, the sequel to it, His Stretch of Texas Ground, is about to come out, and it has been screening at various venues in Central Texas, most recently at the Lake Travis Film Festival in Bee Caves, and soon at the Lost River Film Fest in Lockhart. I go to these screenings, and I’m around people. It’s all very close. I’m talking with people, sitting next to them, shaking hands, etc. My third film, The Pro Bono Watchman, is also finished, and I have screened it at my home to various people. I don’t question them about Covid or insist that they wear masks- and no one does. And it isn’t me being defiant. It’s just me living my life- which I am not going to live through a Covid lens.
People are getting sick, as people always have, and I don’t claim to know exactly what is going on. But, what I do believe is that there is a construct, a paradigm, that is being applied to everything as it happens, and the authorities are bending over backwards to interpret everything that happens according to that construct, which is now centered on the idea that the vaccine works- even though it obviously doesn’t. Hearing about cases like Ms. Von Norman should be enough to turn you against the vaccine forever. And if it doesn’t, then your thinking process has been hijacked.
The basis on which I claim the Covid vaccines aren’t protecting anybody from anything
- Created on Monday, 02 August 2021 17:53
It starts with the widespread admission that the Covid vaccines do not prevent infection. And that is something they have said all along. Even during the trials, they never claimed that the vaccines would prevent infection; just that it would lessen symptoms. They never even designed the tests to determine if infection would be prevented. It’s like they knew ahead of time that they didn’t want to go down that road.
And there is a contradiction built into this because they have repeatedly claimed that asymptomatic carriers have the same “ground glass opacities” in their lungs as those with symptoms. The damage is going on; they just don’t feel it. Therefore, should not the same be true for asymptomatic infections among the vaccinated?
But, the biggest claim is that the vaccines will prevent Covid-related deaths. Before we consider whether it’s true, we need to look at the prevalence of Covid deaths.
This metanalysis of 23 studies found that the death rate among Covid sufferers has been .26%. You saw the decimal point there, right?
So, do you need a vaccine to protect you from a disease in which only 1 in 400 people die? And let’s consider that the .26% who died were probably in very poor health to begin with. If you look at the death rate among people who were generally healthy beforehand, it’s much lower than that.
But, besides recognizing the low death rate from Covid, we need to put it in perspective to what is going on now. You realize that there has been a torrent of “breakthrough” infections among the vaccinated. And when it happens, the government, media, and medical establishment help themselves to sunny conclusions; saying that if you get infected after being vaccinated, thank the vaccine that your symptoms aren’t worse. So, if you have mild symptoms, realize that you would have had severe symptoms without the vaccine. But, even before the vaccine, a lot of people got Covid with only mild symptoms. So, how do they know the vaccine did anything? They don’t. They’re just saying it.
And if you get severe symptoms, thank God and Medicine for the vaccine because at least you got to stay home. You didn’t have to go to the hospital. So, the vaccine saved you from that. How do they know? They don’t. They’re just saying it.
And if you were vaccinated, yet, you got Covid, and you had to go to the hospital, then you still have to be grateful for the vaccine because without it, you would have died. How do they know that? You know the drill.
But, what about the people who got vaccinated, got Covid, and died? I can’t come up with a way for them to spin that. Oh, yes I can. If you were vaccinated, though it’s a bummer that you’re dead, at least you’re going to Heaven. If you weren’t vaccinated, then you’re going to burn in Hell. They might as well go for that. It makes as much sense as the other stuff they’re claiming.
Last week, the state of Massachusetts reported 5166 breakthrough infections with 80 deaths, so far.
The death toll represents 1.54% of those infected, and since we are talking about vaccinated people, it is much higher than the natural death rate for Covid.
Of course, you’ve heard about the vaccinated Texas politicians who went to Washington and got Covid; and the New York Yankees who had 11 vaccinated players get Covid. And there are many more cases like that.
But nowhere in polite society is it being suggested that the vaccines are just plain ineffective, that they don’t work. Instead, they put on their rose-colored glasses and continue to laud the vaccines.
Please be clear about what I’m saying, which is, that not only are they not questioning the efficacy of the vaccines; they are not even granting the possibility of it. The vaccines work; that is a given; and no real-world outcomes can be used to dispute it because the vaccines work, and if you so much as question it, you are just a no-good conspiracy theorist.
That is the world we are living in. It is a dogmatic, cultish world that has abandoned all reason.
The jig is up: The only thing we can be certain of is that the vaccine is hurting people
- Created on Friday, 30 July 2021 18:48
A Covid outbreak in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a popular beach resort, involved hundreds of people getting sick- and mostly vaccinated people.
“As of Thursday, 882 people were tied to the Provincetown outbreak. Among those living in Massachusetts, 74% of them were fully immunized, yet officials said the vast majority were also reporting symptoms. Seven people were reported hospitalized.”
Of course, they aren’t owning-up to any failings of the vaccine, rather, it’s that damn “Delta variant.” Who knew?
And just today, the CDC announced that in the whole state of Massachusetts, 74% of recent positive cases have been among the fully vaccinated.
100 seamen aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth, all vaccinated, contracted Covid, and this was after being at sea for 7 weeks. So, it started with a 100% vaccinated crew, and everybody apparently all well, but then, they start getting Covid despite have no public exposure. And did I mention they were all vaccinated?
Over 12,000 vaccine-related deaths have been reported to the CDC, and many of them are extremely compelling, as in: a healthy person got the vaccine and was dead days later.
Now, the CDC wants even the vaccinated to return to wearing masks indoors, and they want everyone at schools to mask-up all day long. So, kids are going to have breathe through those masks for hours at a time. It’s one thing to wear it for 10 minutes while you’re in the post office or a grocery store, but to wear it all day long while you’re sitting at your school desk? Why do people assume that that’s harmless?
And now, Biden wants to offer vaccine resisters $100 to get them to submit. But, if you have been shunning the vaccine all along out of your concern about the potential harm from it, why would you let a lousy, stinking hundred dollars lure you into taking it? You’d have to be out of your mind. If that’s all it takes to sweeten the deal for you, then you indeed are out of your mind. Because: it was never about money, since it was free to begin with. A person would actually submit to it for a lousy, stinking hundred dollars? That is hard to believe.
It should be obvious to everyone by now that these lousy rotten Covid vaccines aren’t protecting anyone from anything.
Dr. Cinque vs. Dr. Hansen: Round 2
- Created on Sunday, 25 July 2021 23:53
Dr. Michael Hansen also addressed the death of the obstetrician/gynecologist in Miami who suffered complete platelet collapse and died after getting the first shot of the Pfizer vaccine. If you would, please first read my response to him, and then you can watch his video.
Once again, Dr. Hansen comes through as the medical apologist that he is. He really had no insights to offer on this. He admitted that it appears that the obstetrician/gynecologist in Miami, who experienced sudden platelet collapse right after getting his first Pfizer shot and soon died of a brain hemorrhage, seemed to be reacting to the shot, leastways, Dr. Hansen couldn't think of anything else to blame it on. He didn't actually admit that the shot caused his death, but he implied that, even if it did, it's a shame and all, but it should not discourage people from getting vaccinated. If I had to sum up what he was trying to say, it's "It looks like it killed him, but shake it off, because, mathematically, the odds of that happening to you are infinitesimal." But, I say that you shouldn't look at that in isolation but at all the thousands of cases of severe adverse reactions that have been reported. Recently, the number of Covid vaccine-related deaths reported to VAERS topped 12,000, although the CDC removed about half of them simply because they came from other countries. Keep in mind that it took only 32 reported deaths for the Swine Flu Vaccination campaign to be terminated in 1976. I said before this campaign began that they were never going to call it off no matter how many deaths there were, and I was right. But, let's keep thinking. Thousands have died, seemingly from the vaccine, but why assume that those who didn't die weren't harmed? Look at it this way: Some people die of acute alcohol toxicity, and that's because alcohol is a poison. But, for the people who don't die from it, it's still a toxin to them, and they still suffer from it. Alcohol isn't good for anybody. It's bad for everyone. But, some people succumb to it faster than others. And considering the number of people who have suffered toxic effects from the Covid vaccine, and I include the people who got sore arms, fever, weakness and malaise for a couple days, which numbers in the tens of millions, I think the toxicity of the vaccine is established beyond doubt. And I am very fearful about the long-term ramifications for those vaccinated. Dr. Hansen likes to talk about risk versus benefit, but why should I take the risk of getting the vaccine? I'm 70 years old, and I have been living through the Covid pandemic for a year and a half- and I haven't gotten it. I have only done the minimal when it comes to masking and social distancing. In other words, if I had to wear a mask to go into a store or the post office, I wore it. Whenever it wasn't required, I didn't wear it. I have never worn it in my home, and I have never required others to wear it. I did have to get tested for Covid earlier this year (in April) because I am filmmaker, and we were shooting a film, and everyone involved had to get tested. My test result was negative. So, I haven't gotten Covid, and I don't have the slightest fear of getting it. And let's talk further about risk. Let's compare the risk of me just living my life, as healthfully as I can, versus the risk of me taking an experimental vaccine that has already, apparently, sickened and killed thousands. Which is the greater risk, me relying on myself, or me relying on Pfizer? On whom do you think I put my trust?
Now, here’s his video:
Dr. Cinque responds to Dr. Hansen
- Created on Sunday, 25 July 2021 22:10
Dr. Mike Hansen is a medical doctor who is Youtube videographer, and he has posted many videos on Covid. Recently, he posted one about the 39 year old woman who died days after being vaccinated for Covid. In it, he dismissed the idea that the vaccine killed her and chose instead to blame the Tylenol that she took for her discomforts after being vaccinated. I watched his video and submitted this comment:
She was a medical professional. What grounds are there to assume that she took an excessive dose of Tylenol? What Dr. Hansen failed to point out in the video is that many of the cases of liver failure from Tylenol involve consuming alcohol and tylenol. Alcohol also damages the liver, so when you take both, the effect is additive. But, she was close with her parents and others, and if she was also drinking to numb the pain, she probably would have said so. And if this was liver failure from tylenol, the NAC should have worked. Notice that Dr. Hansen did not say explicitly what he believes. We know he is a conventional doctor who supports conventional medicine. He believes in all the Covid stuff, including the vaccine. He does not want to believe that the vaccine was responsible for her death. He would rather help himself to the conclusion that she killed herself by taking Tylenol, even though the number of vaccine recipients who took Tylenol to ease the malaise and discomfort after vaccination is probably in the millions. And since this kind of vaccine has not been administered before and is still considered experimental and is woefully different from all other vaccines that preceded it, why assume that the manifestations of vaccine toxicity in this case are going to mirror what has come before? One would have to be a complete idiot to deny the association between her getting the vaccine and her death. If she hadn't gotten the vaccine, she'd still be here; and that is crystal clear. If she had taken an inordinate amount of tylenol or combined it with alcohol, that would surely have come out in her intake, and apparently it didn't. Therefore, it is not reasonable to assume that she overdosed on Tylenol. However, it is reasonable to assume that Dr. Mike Hansen is a medical apologist.
Here now is his video: