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Ceiii2000
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@Billhrny

If you mean the VAERS website, try OpenVAERS. Much better site qnd easier to navigate.
Heartlander
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@Blanca

You poor thing! I am SO sorry.

You deserve a front-row seat at Anthony Fauci's hanging.
It won't bring your dad back, but at least you could see some justice done.

Again, I am so very sorry.
Mannfm11
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Shouldn't we send the health officials to the stockyard, if they want to shovel bull****?

There are a lot of things going on that are worrying me and this is one of them. I had already been thinking about what a sizable die off would do to the long term outlook, in real estate, when Karl mentioned it in a recent post. In this area, a 3% die off would tally around 250,000 people. 10%, 800,000. Rents and prices have been going up due to property shortages, along with the other factors. Being this would occur nationwide, there wouldn't be the immigration into the area to replace them. It could be a long winter, in housing.

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Bodhi
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Bakerv wrote..
What if anything have you all heard is working for people in the hospital with this "Covid" pneumonia?


My dad spent 8 days in the hospital last February primarily for low sodium, which caused confusion and dizziness. He also had a mild case of pneumonia which was knocked out with antibiotics. He tested negative for covid.

My dad's primary physician at Kaiser saw him for a followup after he came home and wrote that he had 'covid pneumonia' in her visit notes.

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I mean, after all that has happened, I kind of expect that there will be such a strain that wipes out the vaxxed and the unvaxxed that have decent adaptive response or natural immunity from prior exposure will be okay.

I was against the vaccine from the very beginning. Not because I knew about all this **** that is happening with ADE, VEI, etc. I was against it because the long term effects could not be known. And there are 2 experimental aspects to this vaccine, the mRNA and the lipid nanoparticle. This should have only increased the amount of time to test this prior to approval or using it on a massive scale that it has.

We reap what we sow. Consequences don't care about reason.

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Jpg
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I had already been thinking about what a sizable die off would do to the long term outlook,...
Look at what happened to Europe in the aftermath of the Bubonic Plague.

Reason: Clarity.
Jpg
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Eleua wrote..
I strongly suspect Fauci bears zero risk from VEI, as does the bulk of the Ruling Class.
I remember seeing, few months ago, as the "vaccinations" were beginning, a video of some politician in Australia "getting vaccinated".

If you watch the video closely, you can see that the person "administering the vaccination" never took the protective covering off the syringe.
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Interesting. Thanks swingtrader.

Found out Kendrick had to take the Hep B ****s seven times before producing a working antibody titer. Glad to know the issue is not unique to me.

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If you watch the video closely, you can see that the person "administering the vaccination" never took the protective covering off the syringe.


I want a copy of that video.
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Thought about posting this in July, when it happened, but refrained. It might make more sense now. A friend of mine's older brother (who was also a friend of mine, although we had drifted apart over the years) had been battling cancer the last few years. I think it was originally a sarcoma in the groin muscle and then spread to his lungs. He'd gotten chemo the last few years and although I hadn't been made aware, I guess they had hit a point where there wasn't a whole lot more that conventional medicine could offer. However, he was still expected to have 2 or more years to live. I would periodically ask my friend by text how his brother was doing, although it might've been some time since I had asked.

Seemingly out of nowhere, I got a text in late July from my friend telling me his brother had passed away. I was shocked and just assumed that the cancer had roared back but my friend hadn't told me. When I visited at the funeral home, however, he told me it wasn't the cancer, he had suddenly gotten pneumonia or a lung infection and it progressed so quickly they received a call and were told he was unlikely to last long and they should get to the hospital as quickly as they could.

I didn't ask, but I have to assume he had been vaccinated. He was in his later 60s. No doubt his immune system had been compromised by the chemo, but I don't know when his last treatments had taken place. Assuming he was vaccinated, have to wonder if the jabs further screwed up his immune response to the infection.
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Some father who buried his daughter will take him (Fauci) out; not to worry.


I really, really hope so.

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I remember seeing, few months ago, as the "vaccinations" were beginning, a video of some politician in Australia "getting vaccinated".

If you watch the video closely, you can see that the person "administering the vaccination" never took the protective covering off the syringe.

I work in health care...there ARE needles/covers that are designed to prevent needle sticks that stay attached or retract during use, appearing as if they are not actually poking someone. I hope they all got it for real, but most likely what you saw was a retractable cover to prevent needle sticks. We need to have an annual review and evaluation in medical and dental practices to determine if what we are using to prevent accidental needle sticks (an OSHA requirement) is adequate. There are many options, and many entities have gone with those types of devices to meet their OSHA obligation.
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If you use IVM prophylactic, are you hoping that when you get infected the virus gets slapped down early with minimal or no symptoms AND you end up with natural immunity, or are you thinking the IVM will help you evade the virus and thus you dont get the natural immunity and thus have to keep the prophylactic going forever? In other words, if you get hit with one cell of the virus and the IVM kills it, do you win the natural immunity?
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@Larryboy -- This is one problem with the prophylaxis -- nobody knows if it eliminates the risk of "screw you" BUT you still get infected sufficiently to get an immune response, or if it prohibits the immune response.

If the latter then it's a subscription model too, which I don't want as no drug is risk-free and over time even the safest can cross over on the risk side.

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@Karl, That's now my concern as well. Me, wife and young adult son have been doing prophylaxis doses to avoid getting sick. Got exposed just before Labor day (sick nephew). I got some mild flu symptoms for a couple days and with flcc protocol, quickly started feeling better. My wife and son never got any symptoms. Going to use the antibody tests I have on order from the other thread to see if any of us generated an immune response. Hoping so because I'd rather get what's circulating now and have good broad immunity against new variants than go up against what could be coming this winter.
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Yep.... Thus my approach -- nutritional supplements I don't mind using on a permanent basis (at worst they don't do anything good) .vs. pharmaceuticals which ALWAYS have a risk of harm, especially in chronic use, and of course they also have recurring cost and potential supply problems.

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Inspectrcalahan
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To prophylaxis or not prophylaxis , that is the question. My wife and I have been on the protocol since last Christmas. With my wife breast cancer surgeries , radiation ,and reconstruction, it seemed like the best policy. I had given a lot of thought about stopping the ivm for me and let nature take its course back in the summer. Just never stopped, expecting the coof to burn itself out .
Well we know that didnt happen, likely from the damn shots.
I guess Im just chicken **** now after seeing what a bad time my son had, he is fully recovered now thank god.
I suppose Ill just get comfortable sitting here on the fence.
Imhotep
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@larryboy and @tickerguy

I got infected after a 3cc shot of 1% Wed, exposed Wednesday eve (pure luck, really) and another 3cc shot on Friday once I learned of exposure. Taken with water right after eating. Im 39, smoke cigs (switched to Zyn pouches after Covid to try and stop smoking), drink regularly (drinking beers now and drank til 4am Fri night and 2am sat night at lake with vaxxed friends that still hung out with us at lake after telling them we were exposed Wednesdaythey didnt get sick and are in Mexico traveling as I type). First symptoms Sundayjust a little off and tired, but I knew it was coming. I took another 3cc syringe to lake and took Sunday after trying to eat some breakfast (that took some muster). It was drizzling all day so we cleaned up slowly, told the neighbors we would get rest and they left. I napped and then made drive home (1h15m) and napped some more. Monday was the aches/fever. Wife had no symptoms Sunday (at same get together where exposure happened), but felt it Monday. Got tested Monday and we were positive (her Rapid test said flu A, mine Covid, but 2 others at get together were Covid positive). She had similar symptoms as I did for about as long, but she never took ivermectin, only quercetin, zinc, d , c and multivitamin. I mowed my lawn Wednesday, shaved my dog and cleaned house Thursday. Had fever and slight fog, but no coughing or breathing issuesfever lasted about 10 days, but nothing major. She works from home and took 2 days off just to rest, but was mild for both of us.

Not sure what Im really trying to say, but I guess Im saying the IVM pre dose, if you will, did not prevent me from getting the rona. Maybe I didnt do it early enough (I was on prophy IVM in Feb for a month then stopped, but happened to start back up the day of exposure after reading about cases rapidly growing and flccc doubling dose reco). Im 170lbs and 59 for reference.
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Take an antibody test in 3 weeks.

KNOW if you had it. You probably did IF you lost taste or smell but... know.

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Imhotep
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@tickerguy

Thats the planwill shoot for end of next week
Imhotep
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Smell got screwed up, like A/C was a sour kinda smellcigs tasted stale (I bought a pack end of symptoms because I couldnt find Zyn before dove hunt). Didnt totally lose it and taste was off a little, but not bad. Everything seemed salty.

The guy that exposed us, mid 50s, had a rougher go. I took him vitamins and supplements. Could have been coincidence, but a day later, he felt better. At one point (we cooked out Friday night and talked about it) he said he was driving to ER and was thinking he may never come back home. A lot of that was he understood what they do therehe was unvaxed and of similar beliefs as us, here. Just strange and hits home when someone like that says that. Hes a surveyor, out in field many days/week and outdoors most other times.

Other 21-22 year old fire fighter with us had mild symptoms, but did lose taste/smell for a few days. He wanted to drink a few beers a few days before I ever thought about cracking a beer. He was drained of energy early for 2-3- days and that was about it

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My last drop to a TSC was last Friday evening, this time the Trenton store. Their fridge was in the horsie section instead of by the entrance. It contained bottles that looked like the pictures of injectable IVM but were Pennicillin. No injectable IVM. There were still a few tubes of horsie paste, and they were even priced lower than the ones I already bought. But the shelf was still almost bare.

I have two tubes upstairs in one of the safes. That's enough for 2500 pound-doses. As I weighed in that morning at 150 pounds (Somehow I had lost 10 pounds in spite of having slacked off on the no-carbs thing, go figure that one out), that's enough for not quite 17 doses, according to the initial protocol.

Prophylaxis is definitely out. Though I might be able to treat one additional person if I can find one worthy who will accept.
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Generic Ivermectin 1% Injection available to order
I had my order delivered last week from them

https://www.revivalanimal.com/product/ge....
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2 hours later, backordered, all sizes.
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All of America has figured out how much money they can save by buying the individual components of Hartguard from the feed store as compared to buying Hartguard from their puppies' veterinary practice. This is why we are seeing a run on Ivermectin from veterinary supply stores. sarc off/. Humor alert.

Careful folks. Soon this medication may not be available at any price. Think of it like buying toilet paper at Costco (only better). And if you buy Team Pony Paste, make damn sure you buy the rest of the items on the FLCCC treatment protocol list too. I believe the hospitals and ICUs have become killing field s. At this point I trust my dogs veterinary doctor more than my internal medicine MD.
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