The COVID Pictures Are Killing Folks

The video above options Dr. Peter McCullough, a heart specialist, internist and epidemiologist, and editor of two peer-review journals, who has been on the media and medical frontlines preventing for early COVID therapy. McCullough has additionally been outspoken in regards to the potential risks of the COVID pictures, and the shortage of necessity for them. Curiously, businesses which can be at present calling the pictures do not need the authority to dictate how medication is practiced.

The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration, for instance, has no energy to inform medical doctors what to do or deal with sufferers. The Nationwide Institutes of Well being are a authorities analysis group and can’t inform medical doctors deal with sufferers.

Ditto for the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention, which is an epidemiologic evaluation group. It’s the job of working towards medical doctors to establish acceptable and efficient therapy protocols, which is exactly what McCullough has been doing for the reason that begin of this pandemic.

In August 2020, McCullough’s landmark paper “Pathophysiological Foundation and Rationale for Early Outpatient Remedy of SARS-CoV-2 An infection” was printed on-line within the American Journal of Drugs.1

A follow-up paper, “Multifaceted Extremely Focused Sequential Multidrug Remedy of Early Ambulatory Excessive-Threat SARS-CoV-2 An infection (COVID-19)” was printed in Opinions in Cardiovascular Drugs in December 2020.2 It grew to become the idea for a house therapy information.

COVID Pictures Are Harmful and Ineffective

On the subject of the COVID injections, McCullough cites analysis exhibiting these at highest threat of dying from COVID-19 are additionally at highest threat of dying from the COVID shot. Moreover, the pictures are inflicting extreme coronary heart injury in youthful individuals whose threat of dying from COVID is inconsequential.

He factors out the protection sign could be very clear, with 19,249 deaths having been reported to the U.S. Vaccine Hostile Occasions Reporting System as of November 19, 2021.3

The sign can be constant each internally and externally. Quite a few unintended effects are reported in excessive numbers, and really near the time of injection, that validate the suspicion that the pictures are at fault. The U.S. knowledge are additionally in line with knowledge from different international locations, such because the Yellow Card system within the U.Okay.

Regardless of that, not a single security evaluate has been carried out to weed out threat elements and the like. “We’re nearly a 12 months into this system and there’s been no try in danger mitigation,” McCullough says. On the identical time, there have been gross makes an attempt to coerce Individuals into taking the pictures — the whole lot from free beer or a free lap dance, to million-dollar lotteries and paid scholarships to state universities.

Such enticements are an plain violation of analysis ethics that strictly forbid any and all types of coercion of human topics. As suspected and predicted, no sooner had bribery stopped working than authorities officers began speaking about vaccine mandates.

President Biden infamously acknowledged that his endurance with “vaccine hesitancy” was “carrying skinny.” The insinuation was that if individuals didn’t get the shot, they’d face severe repercussions, and we’re now seeing these repercussions play out daily, as individuals are being fired and kicked out of college for refusing the jab.

In the meantime, they haven’t even decided which vaccine is the best, which is exceptional. If authorities actually needed to finish the pandemic with a vaccine, wouldn’t they decide which shot works the perfect and promote using that? However no, they inform us any shot will do.

“The truth that there’s no security report, they’re not telling you in case you’re taking the perfect vaccine, the truth that it’s type of in a distorted method linked to your capability to work and go to highschool, that we’re violating the Nuremberg Code, violating the declaration of Helsinki — it’s simply not including up. It’s not wanting good for individuals who are selling the vaccine,” McCullough says.

Add to all that the now-clear discovering that the pictures supply solely restricted safety for a really quick time — six months at finest. In response to McCullough, there are greater than 20 research exhibiting efficacy drops to nothing on the six-month mark. They’ve additionally had very restricted effectiveness in opposition to the Delta variant, which has been the predominant pressure for a number of months.

Why Booster Treadmill Is Such a Well being Hazard

I’ve usually acknowledged that, in all probability, your threat of unintended effects will rise with every extra shot. McCullough cites analysis exhibiting your physique will produce the poisonous SARS-CoV-2 spike protein for 15 months.

In case your physique remains to be producing the spike protein — which is what’s inflicting the blood clots and cardiovascular injury — and you are taking an extra shot each six months, there’ll come a time when your physique merely can not face up to the injury being brought on by all of the spike protein being produced.

Additionally contemplate this: Whilst you solely get at most six months’ value of safety from any given shot, every injection will trigger injury for 15 months. If we proceed with boosters, ultimately, it’s going to be not possible to ever filter the spike protein.

Whereas the spike protein is the a part of the virus chosen because the antigen, the half that triggers an immune response, it’s additionally the a part of the virus that causes the worst illness. The spike protein is liable for COVID-19-related coronary heart and vascular issues, and it has the identical impact when produced by your individual cells.

It causes blood clots, myocarditis and pericarditis, strokes, coronary heart assaults and neurological injury, simply to call a number of. As famous by McCullough, the spike protein of this virus was genetically engineered to be extra harmful to people than any earlier coronavirus, and that’s what the COVID pictures are programming your cells to provide. “They’re simply grossly unsafe for human use,” McCullough says.

Myocarditis Will Probably Be Widespread

He goes on to debate analysis from 2017,4 which confirmed myocarditis in youngsters and youth happens at a price of 4 circumstances per million per 12 months. Assuming there are 60 million American youngsters, the background price for myocarditis can be 240 circumstances a 12 months. What number of circumstances of myocarditis have been reported to VAERS following COVID injection up to now? 14,428 as of November 19, 2021.5

“Docs have by no means seen so many circumstances of myocarditis,” McCullough says, citing analysis exhibiting that amongst youngsters between the ages of 12 and 17, 87% are hospitalized after receiving the shot. “That’s how harmful it’s,” he says. “It’s frequent, and it’s extreme.”

But the FDA claims myocarditis after the COVID shot is “uncommon and delicate.” We’re now additionally getting studies of deadly circumstances of myocarditis in adults of their 30s and 40s. “Myocarditis proper now appears like an unqualified catastrophe,” McCullough says, each for youthful individuals and adults.

Sadly, youngsters additionally reap no profit from the pictures, so it’s all threat and no profit for them. McCullough factors out there was no recorded faculty outbreaks and no child-to-teacher transmission. He estimates 80% of college aged youngsters are already immune, which might clarify this.

In the meantime, analysis cited within the interview discovered that youngsters aged 12 to 17 are 5 instances extra prone to be hospitalized with COVID jab-induced myocarditis than they’re to be hospitalized for COVID an infection. These knowledge counter the declare that COVID-induced coronary heart issues are a far better drawback than “vaccine”-induced coronary heart injury.

And let’s not neglect, in case you take a COVID shot, you could have a 100% probability of being uncovered to no matter threat is related to that shot. However, in case you decline the injection, it’s not 100% probability you’ll get COVID-19, not to mention die from it. You might have a lower than 1% probability of being uncovered to SARS-CoV-2 and getting sick.

So, it’s 100% deterministic that taking the shot exposes you to the dangers of the shot, and fewer than 1% deterministic that you simply’ll get COVID in case you don’t take the shot.

COVID-19 Unrelated to Vaccination Charges

As famous by McCullough, charges of COVID are greater now within the highest vaccinated areas than they have been earlier than the vaccine rollout. That too tells us they aren’t working and never definitely worth the threat.

He cites analysis6 printed September 30, 2021, within the European Journal of Epidemiology, which discovered no relationship between COVID-19 circumstances and ranges of vaccination in 68 international locations worldwide and a couple of,947 counties within the U.S. If something, areas with excessive vaccination charges had barely greater incidences of COVID-19. In response to the authors:7

“[T]he pattern line suggests a touch constructive affiliation such that international locations with greater proportion of inhabitants totally vaccinated have greater COVID-19 circumstances per 1 million individuals.”

Iceland and Portugal, for instance, the place greater than 75% of their populations are totally vaccinated, had extra COVID-19 circumstances per 1 million individuals than Vietnam and South Africa, the place solely about 10% of the populations are totally vaccinated.8 Knowledge from U.S. counties confirmed the identical factor. New COVID-19 circumstances per 100,000 individuals have been “largely related,” whatever the proportion of a state’s inhabitants that was totally vaccinated.

“There … seems to be no vital signaling of COVID-19 circumstances reducing with greater percentages of inhabitants totally vaccinated,” the authors wrote.9 Notably, out of the 5 U.S. counties with the very best vaccination charges — starting from 84.3% to 99.9% totally vaccinated — 4 of them have been on the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention’s “excessive transmission” checklist. In the meantime, 26.3% of the 57 counties with “low transmission” have vaccination charges beneath 20%.

The examine even accounted for a one-month lag time that might happen among the many totally vaccinated, because it’s mentioned that it takes two weeks after the ultimate dose for “full immunity” to happen. Nonetheless, “no discernable affiliation between COVID-19 circumstances and ranges of totally vaccinated” was noticed.10

Hospitalization charges for extreme COVID an infection have additionally risen, from 0.01% in January 2021 to 9% in Might 2021, and the COVID dying price rose from zero p.c to fifteen.1% in that very same timeframe.11 In brief, the whole lot is getting worse, not higher, the extra individuals get these pictures.

Permitting pure immunity to construct is actually the one rational method ahead. However then once more, the COVID jabs aren’t about defending public well being. They’re about ushering in a socio-economic management system by way of vaccine passports, which is one thing McCullough doesn’t talk about on this interview. Nothing is sensible in case you take a look at it from a medical standpoint. It solely is sensible in case you see it for what it’s, which is a management system.

Pure Immunity Is ‘Infinitely Higher’ Than Vaccine Immunity

In response to McCullough, “pure immunity is infinitely higher than vaccine immunity,” and research have borne that out again and again. The rationale pure immunity is superior to vaccine-induced immunity is as a result of viruses comprise 5 totally different proteins.

The COVID shot induces antibodies in opposition to simply a type of proteins, the spike protein, and no T cell immunity. While you’re contaminated with the entire virus, you develop antibodies in opposition to all elements of the virus, plus reminiscence T cells.

This additionally means pure immunity gives higher safety in opposition to variants, because it acknowledges a number of elements of the virus. If there are vital alternations to the spike protein, as with the Delta variant, vaccine-induced immunity might be evaded. Not so with pure immunity, as the opposite proteins are nonetheless acknowledged and attacked.

Right here’s a sampling of scholarly publications which have investigated pure immunity because it pertains to SARS-CoV-2 an infection. There are a number of extra along with these:12

Science Immunology October 202013 discovered that “RBD-targeted antibodies are wonderful markers of earlier and up to date an infection, that differential isotype measurements might help distinguish between latest and older infections, and that IgG responses persist over the primary few months after an infection and are extremely correlated with neutralizing antibodies.”

The BMJ January 202114 concluded that “Of 11, 000 well being care staff who had proved proof of an infection through the first wave of the pandemic within the U.Okay. between March and April 2020, none had symptomatic reinfection within the second wave of the virus between October and November 2020.”

Science February 202115 reported that “Substantial immune reminiscence is generated after COVID-19, involving all 4 main varieties of immune reminiscence [antibodies, memory B cells, memory CD8+ T cells, and memory CD4+ T cells].

About 95% of topics retained immune reminiscence at ~6 months after an infection. Circulating antibody titers weren’t predictive of T cell reminiscence. Thus, easy serological exams for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies don’t replicate the richness and sturdiness of immune reminiscence to SARS-CoV-2.”

A 2,800-person examine discovered no symptomatic reinfections over a ~118-day window, and a 1,246-person examine noticed no symptomatic reinfections over 6 months.

A February 2021 examine posted on the prepublication server medRxiv16 concluded that “Pure an infection seems to elicit sturdy safety in opposition to reinfection with an efficacy ~95% for a minimum of seven months.”

An April 2021 examine posted on medRxiv17 reported “the general estimated stage of safety from prior SARS-CoV-2 an infection for documented an infection is 94.8%; hospitalization 94.1%; and extreme sickness 96·4%. Our outcomes query the necessity to vaccinate previously-infected people.”

One other April 2021 examine posted on the preprint server BioRxiv18 concluded that “following a typical case of delicate COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2-specific CD8+ T cells not solely persist however repeatedly differentiate in a coordinated trend nicely into convalescence, right into a state attribute of long-lived, self-renewing reminiscence.”

A Might 2020 report within the journal Immunity19 confirmed that SARS-CoV-2-specific neutralizing antibodies are detected in COVID-19 convalescent topics, in addition to mobile immune responses. Right here, they discovered that neutralizing antibody titers do correlate with the variety of virus-specific T cells.

A Might 2021 Nature article20 discovered SARS-CoV-2 an infection induces long-lived bone marrow plasma cells, that are an important supply of protecting antibodies. Even after delicate an infection, anti-SARS-CoV-2 spike protein antibodies have been detectable past 11 months’ post-infection.

A Might 2021 examine in E Scientific Drugs21 discovered “antibody detection is feasible for nearly a 12 months post-natural an infection of COVID-19.” In response to the authors, “Primarily based on present proof, we hypothesize that antibodies to each S and N-proteins after pure an infection might persist for longer than beforehand thought, thereby offering proof of sustainability which will affect post-pandemic planning.”

Remedy-Hub knowledge22 affirm that whereas COVID pictures can generate greater antibody ranges than pure an infection, this doesn’t imply vaccine-induced immunity is extra protecting. Importantly, pure immunity confers a lot wider safety as your physique acknowledges all 5 proteins of the virus and never only one. With the COVID shot, your physique solely acknowledges one in every of these proteins, the spike protein.

A June 2021 Nature article23 factors out that “Wang et al. present that, between six and 12 months after an infection, the focus of neutralizing antibodies stays unchanged. That the acute immune response extends even past six months is usually recommended by the authors’ evaluation of SARS-CoV-2-specific reminiscence B cells within the blood of the convalescent people over the course of the 12 months.

These reminiscence B cells repeatedly improve the reactivity of their SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies by a course of often known as somatic hypermutation. The excellent news is that the proof so far predicts that an infection with SARS-CoV-2 induces long-term immunity in most people.”

Reinfection Is Very Uncommon

McCullough stresses there may be additionally no want to fret about reinfection in case you’ve already had COVID as soon as. The very fact is, whereas breakthrough circumstances proceed amongst those that have gotten a number of COVID-19 injections, it’s extraordinarily uncommon to get COVID-19 after you’ve recovered from the an infection.

How uncommon? Researchers from Eire carried out a scientific evaluate together with 615,777 individuals who had recovered from COVID-19, with a most length of follow-up of greater than 10 months.24

“Reinfection was an unusual occasion,” they famous, “with no examine reporting a rise within the threat of reinfection over time.” Absolutely the reinfection price ranged from 0% to 1.1%, whereas the median reinfection price was simply 0.27%.25,26,27

One other examine revealed equally reassuring outcomes. It adopted 43,044 SARS-CoV-2 antibody-positive individuals for as much as 35 weeks, and solely 0.7% have been reinfected. When genome sequencing was utilized to estimate population-level threat of reinfection, the danger was estimated at 0.1%.28

There was no indication of waning immunity over seven months of follow-up, not like with the COVID-19 injection, which led the researchers to conclude that “Reinfection is uncommon. Pure an infection seems to elicit sturdy safety in opposition to reinfection with an efficacy >90% for a minimum of seven months.”29

“It’s a one-and-done,” McCullough says. For those who’ve had it as soon as, you gained’t get it once more. He additionally advises in opposition to utilizing PCR testing after you’ve had confirmed COVID-19 as soon as, as any subsequent constructive exams are simply going to be false positives.

Early Remedy Choices

In closing, must you get COVID-19, know there are a number of very efficient early therapy choices, and early therapy is essential, each for stopping extreme an infection and stopping “long-haul COVID.” Listed here are a number of strategies:

Oral-nasal decontamination — The virus, particularly the Delta variant, replicates quickly within the nasal cavity and mouth for 3 to 5 days earlier than spreading to the remainder of the physique, so that you wish to strike the place it’s most probably to be discovered proper from the beginning.

Analysis30 has demonstrated that irrigating your nasal passages with 2.5 milliliters of 10% povidone-iodine (an antimicrobial) and customary saline, twice a day, is an efficient treatment.

Another choice that was barely much less efficient was utilizing a combination of saline with half a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate (an alkalizer). You may as well gargle with these to kill viruses in your mouth and throat. When achieved routinely, it may be a really efficient preventive technique. You could find printable therapy guides on

Nebulized peroxide — An identical technique is to make use of nebulized hydrogen peroxide, diluted with saline to a 0.1% resolution. Each hydrogen peroxide and saline31,32 have antiviral results.

In a Might 10, 2021, Orthomolecular Drugs press launch,33 Dr. Thomas E. Levy — board-certified in inside medication and cardiology — mentioned using this therapy for COVID-19 particularly. Levy has actually written a whole guide on peroxide nebulization known as “Fast Virus Restoration,” which you’ll be able to obtain without spending a dime from MedFox Publishing.

Vitamin D optimization — Analysis has proven having a vitamin D stage above 50 ng/mL brings the danger of COVID mortality right down to near-zero.34

Different key nutraceuticals — Vitamin C, zinc, quercetin and NAC all have scientific backing.

Key medicine — For acute an infection, ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine or monoclonal antibodies can be utilized. Whereas monoclonal antibodies and hydroxychloroquine should be used early on within the illness course of, ivermectin has been proven to be efficient in all phases of the an infection.

Doxycycline or azithromycin are usually added as nicely, to handle any secondary bacterial an infection, in addition to inhaled budesonide (a steroid). Oral steroids are used on and after the fifth day for pulmonary weak point and aspirin or NAC might be added to scale back the danger of clotting. Within the interview, McCullough discusses using every of those, and different, medicine.

One drug I disagree with is full-strength aspirin. I consider a doubtlessly higher, a minimum of safer, various can be to make use of the enzymes lumbrokinase and serrapeptase, as they assist break down and stop blood clots naturally.

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