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Nadavegan 681 posts, incept 2017-05-03
2023-01-24 18:47:08

Not even partial credit, Professor Denninger? 😁

Heartlander 2k posts, incept 2021-02-25
2023-01-24 18:47:21

I'm having a personal health issue, unjabbed, but getting more and more reports from other unvexxed having similar issues.

So are you saying you think that has something to do with being around a bunch of vexxed people? (I.e., the "shedding" thing that even McCullough has raised concerns about?)

I wonder how many health issues have to do with having had Covid oneself. Granted, we unvexxed don't get near as much of that spike protein as we would if we got vexxed, but if you've had Covid you've had that virus in your body, which means some amount of spike protein. It persists for who knows how long, probably varying from one individual to another. This is why I don't use the term "pureblood." Except for those fortunate people who neither got vexxed NOR ever got infected by Covid, we've all gotten contaminated with that damn ptotein molecule from hell. There are things anyone can do to try to minimize the damage, as see:

The other problem for us unvexxxed is what Geert Vanden Bossche and now Bret Weinstein have talked about. Because of the IgG4 phenomenon that Karl, Rintrah, and others have described, the vexxed have become virus factories, where new and possibly wickeder variants of not only Covid but other diseases -- RSV, anyone? -- can evolve.

Maybe I've misunderstood the science on the points I've brought up. I hope so, and if I'm wrong, anyone please correct me. But this is how I understand things currently.
Comrader 632 posts, incept 2010-06-10
2023-01-24 18:47:32

Dingleberry, my dog got its 2nd rabies shot friday and is just getting over the adverse effects today. She is not getting anymore. Agree with all you said
Lastquagga 22 posts, incept 2022-04-30
2023-01-24 18:47:36

@Wayiwalk, "Scrolling up a few posts....that HS football kid who needs a new heart....well one thing is for sure, he meets the, "gotta be vaxxed for a transplant" criteria."

In the not too distant future, that rule might change. "If you got the jab, an organ transplant ain't gonna do you no good no how."
Traderdog 52 posts, incept 2021-08-30
2023-01-24 19:06:06

@Krzelune: I think they are referring to "living donors" such as liver and kidney transplants... They specifically said they could still get the patient sick with Covid even if they tested negative.

@Heartlander is correct. It is a cult.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-24 19:06:28

If I need a transplant and you refuse me because I'm not stabbed everyone involved in that refusal dies.

You can't kill a dead man, so go ahead, prosecute me.

Making that widely and very publicly known is how this is stopepd.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.

Mjsmith 587 posts, incept 2011-12-08
2023-01-24 20:38:23

If I need a transplant and you refuse me because I'm not stabbed everyone involved in that refusal dies.
Full Clyde Shelton.

And if I'm on the jury, zero chance of a conviction on any related charge.
Thecynical 61 posts, incept 2009-08-16
2023-01-24 20:43:23

Just wanted to share I am glad, that I and my kids did not get those COVID shots...Decision made partially because of the analysis of Mr Karl Denninger!
I am currently sick with COVID for 2nd time. The first time was on 12/26/2021 - took it very badly, my oxygen level went down to 91, coughing, had muscle pain, and lost taste, and smell. Was bad for 2 weeks + with some small issues in 3d week. Now it hit me on 01/22/2023 severe muscle pain, fever, headache, and cough. Oxygen levels at 98, fever for 2 hrs... Today 01/24/2023, just a runny nose and a little bit of cough. Feeling fine.
No vaccines.
On the other hand, my mother-in-law (living currently at our home) got it a week before and was sick from 01/16/2023 till 01/20/2023. She has all COVID vaccines but was in bed for most of the time and took it worst than me. True she is 30 yrs older than me, but what I notice the first time I had covid my kids (not vaxed) got a little sick (cough, fever, lost smell, and taste) and she did not get COVID at all back in 2021.
Now I wonder if there is a new strain going around that those 3 vax boosters are not effective ( for sure not effective in preventing spread cause she was the first to get it this year )
Olddad 219 posts, incept 2019-08-22
2023-01-24 22:14:57

Y'all need to decide - RIGHT NOW - what's important. An as an old musician I often find my thoughts best expressed in song, here's the latest. Figure it out:

Robodog 485 posts, incept 2011-06-12
2023-01-24 22:15:07

Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed. Chesterton

Defiance to tyrants is obedience to God. ~Franklin
...the people must fight back how they can. Reverend Syn
Onelegged 1k posts, incept 2009-11-13
2023-01-24 23:23:52

@OldDad. Thanks.

All The News That Fits, We Print.

New York Times
Maudite 890 posts, incept 2009-01-21
2023-01-24 23:24:05

@Thecynical - FWIW there is a rise in Human Rhinovirus/Enterovirus in the general population. That is commonly mistaken for Covid. Just my observation/2cts

Maybe nothing maybe something who knows.

It's been a bad year the next one will probably be worse.
Is there not one thing in your life that is worth losing everything for?
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Ralphie 12 posts, incept 2020-08-04
2023-01-24 23:26:12

Interesting and timely comments re rabies vaccine for dogs. Our dog is still recovering (8 days post) from what we surmise is either an incorrect dose or just adverse affects: pain (whining and moaning), no appetite, very lose stools, joint pain, unable to walk, lethargy, confusion. Called the vet, "There are no adverse/complications." Reading comments here I am convinced it was the shot. Nothing else has changed in her care/lifestyle. Just pissed off at all of them. BTW, it was a combo of rabies, parvo and distemper.
Erroldo 643 posts, incept 2013-09-12
2023-01-25 09:04:04

I have come to knowledge recently that doctors at hospitals as seeing the mrna jab damages but are unable to speak about it in the hospitals they work for fear of reprisals from mgmt, or they are told not to discuss it.
Thecynical 61 posts, incept 2009-08-16
2023-01-25 09:04:24

@Maudite - actually what a moron I am, I forgot to include in my story, what prompted me to take a COVID test 2 days ago -- My heart rate was 127 bpm in the rest position. The first time when I had COVID in 2021, my heart rate was 130 bpm. That is why I suspected it is not the flu or rhinovirus. 2021 I took an aspirin tablet and in half an hour the heart rate went back to 88 bpm in rest position. This time I just waited (it was uncomfortable) but in 5 hrs my heart rate went back to my normal.
Realist 169 posts, incept 2009-07-14
2023-01-25 09:04:30

How can the medical profession, which depends on the trust of the patient in the patient-doctor relationship, survive this destructive conduct and behavior that is being done by the medical profession itself?

This example is just one more piece of evidence that the medical profession is destroying itself.
Canislupus 22 posts, incept 2021-12-16
2023-01-25 09:04:38

it all is baked in the cake now.
listening to karl and not taking the death jab, we all just wait and watch.
It definitely now is fuck around and find out territory. 3 percent is the start...

i now have a friend with out of the blue.. brain cancer.. extremely fit guy.. this whole bullshit scam looks like being an epic disaster
Olddad 219 posts, incept 2019-08-22
2023-01-25 09:04:47

@OneLegged smiley
Comrader 632 posts, incept 2010-06-10
2023-01-25 09:16:00

Ralphie, our dog had the same shot and the same symptoms as yours. Got the shot friday afternoon and is just getting over it. She had itching and swelling around the eyes also. Called the vet and they couldn't see her for 3 days.
Tickerguy 192k posts, incept 2007-06-26
2023-01-25 09:23:25

The rabies shot has a known risk of complications including fatal ones, specifically causing cancer. However, for an animal that is outdoors and particularly one that is outdoors without continual and direct supervision (e.g. ALWAYS on a leash, etc.) the risk of a bite from a rabid animal is rather high because rabid animals are not uncommon outdoors, tend to be very aggressive and will attack something that a healthy animal will not.

If your animal gets bit and you cannot capture and isolate the animal that bit it you've got bad news on your hands, leaving aside that virtually all jurisdictions require it (although policing is more-or-less something that, in most places, only happens if your animal gets loose and the animal control people get their hands on it.)

BTW the 3 year and 1 year rabies is actually the same shot from what I've come to understand -- thus the 3 year is superior because your pet only takes the risk 1/3rd of the time. Incidentally several studies have shown a sufficient neutralizing titer actually is maintained to at least seven years (that's as far as they've gone from what I remember when I looked into it) and it is very likely that one inoculation at the point most pets are first exposed to the potential for said risk is likely enough for their lifetime.

Any vet trying to tell you that this is not known and recognized is full of shit. I dated a vet a long time ago; it was WELL known and understood even thing and we're talking close to 30 years ago here, so absolutely every veterinarian knows damn well that shot is not entirely safe, but the facts are that for most domestic animals that can go outdoors, especially if not under close universal supervision, the balance of risks is HEAVILY on the "give it to them" side.

The difference between "kill" and "murder" is that murder, as a subset of kill, is undeserved by the deceased.

Imhotep 644 posts, incept 2013-07-18
2023-01-25 09:54:47

My dog just got rabies shot Monday, but no issues. She doesn't have any issues, though. Even though she's a Boykin Spaniel (known for allergies and whatnot), she's been a good one (her pedigree is very good as she is BSS registered which means decent amount of health tests were done to parents in order to qualify, but don't think allergies and the like are part of that).

I've got an appointment to get her spayed, finally. Was going to breed her, but never did. Vet and some I've talked with talk about cancer risk if not spayed. Last dog wasn't spayed and she lived to 17 (another Boykin). So, who knows.
Comrader 632 posts, incept 2010-06-10
2023-01-25 09:54:58

Thanks Karl,
Lizardqueen 4k posts, incept 2008-04-01
2023-01-25 09:58:01

Some good vets will test for a rabies titre, especially on older dogs. Ours did with our first dog (elderly Labrador) so that she didn't need to take any more shots yet still could be licensed.

A rabies vax is a good idea where we live is a good idea (rural, wildlife everywhere including the yard) and is also required for the town dog license. We do the 3 year one.
The idea of a dog license pisses me off but its pretty cheap here and will save you a lot of grief if Animal Control picks your dog up. Which considering the ruralness and that we've had off-leash retrievers for years, is always a possibility.

What blows my mind and makes me more than a bit sick is the amount of vaccines being given to children these days, and in bunches. What kind of evil a-holes think sticking a baby with 6 or 7 shots at once is a good idea? Even if they are long-time tested ones?
We didn't even do that with our first dog we got as a puppy - we spaced them out. She lasted until 14 when her hips finally completely let go and she stopped eating.

IMO vaccines should be considered when they are long-time safety tested, provide sterilizing immunity against the condition they are for, and when the risk of the disease outweighs the risk of the shots. The spacing also needs to be more conservative than it currently is.
But more and more for both people and animals they are just being loaded on when not appropriate, not tested, not sterilizing, and all at once. More rope please.

"Pull your pants up, turn your hat around, and get a job"
---P.J. O'Rourke

Imhotep 644 posts, incept 2013-07-18
2023-01-25 10:00:32

My dog had a tussle with a raccoon a week or 2 ago in our front yard. Wasn't bad...ol' coon was wabbling around the little tidal ditch in the yard and my dog just stares at the trees (large grand oak and others) waiting on the coon to come down in the evening/night. She stalked it and confronted it and I heard a yelp, but no blood or anything on her. She is, currently, allowed to roam my neighborhood (until new neighbors move in and I get a feel for them...current neighbors will leave their door open on occasion then send me pics of her inside her house hanging out with the kids), but she doesn't go far. Do have woods behind house where the coons like to roam (kind of a tidal swampy area). Also, she will roam freely at the farm where few coons are, but plenty of armadillos/possum forage.

She doesn't go far, but the critters do come close to where she does go.
Sandgrounder71 52 posts, incept 2020-07-20
2023-01-25 10:51:41

The numbers of excess deaths are certainly not looking good in the UK.

A fair amount can probably be attributed to the general s**tshow that the NHS has become. And within the NHS, you have to remember that health is a devolved competence in the UK, so each nation gets to run the health system as poorly as it desires. The Welsh government is particularly good at running their NHS very badly.

There are a couple of people with a public profile who are starting to ask why the excess death rates are so stubbornly high, one is the MP Bridgen who has had the Conservative party whip withdrawn for mentioning vaccine related deaths. The other is the youtuber Dr Campbell who seems to be really quite alarmed by what is going on. And particularly concerned by the lack of any concern shown by either government or health authorities.

I am in the UK and always thought it extremely suss, that having championed the Astra-Zeneca potion, the UK government switched to the exclusive use of MRNA for boosters. I am yet to see a satisfactory explanation for the wholesale binning of AZ, there was such fanfare and national pride in the efforts of that particular company. I can only surmise that financially strapped Boris Johnson was offered a huge amount of MRNA cash to scrap AZ. If you take what we know about Von Der Leyen, the disappeared text messages between her and Bourla, her husband's links to Pfizer in the US, it is clear there has been serious corruption at the highest levels. Johnson is a total chancer (WTF was he doing in Kiev the other day for example, whose bidding was he doing?) with long arms and shallow pockets. It will come out in time.

I was always very concerned at the apparent nonchalance of the UK health authorities with regards to the advisability of its mix and match approach to the Covid vaccines. It was bad enough they had no medium term data on the safety of the AZ jab, let alone meaningful data on the safety of two jabs of one technology and then further jabs of another technology.

Dr Campbell, who had been very supportive of the UK government and has himself had at least two jabs (more fool him in this respect), having done his 180% about turn actually called for the UK CMO Whitty to find another job the other day.
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