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    I'm not surprised, according to some sources he has made large donations to the World Health Organization in return they seem to have turned a blind eye to his vaccinations. The DTP vaccine designed to prevent whooping cough and tetanus killed 10 times more people than the diseases themselves.
    The Bill Gates Effect: WHO’s DTP Vaccine Killed More Children in Africa Than the Diseases it Targeted • Children's Health Defense
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    Quote Originally Posted by skynet View Post
    I'm not surprised, according to some sources he has made large donations to the World Health Organization in return they seem to have turned a blind eye to his vaccinations. The DTP vaccine designed to prevent whooping cough and tetanus killed 10 times more people than the diseases themselves.
    The Bill Gates Effect: WHO’s DTP Vaccine Killed More Children in Africa Than the Diseases it Targeted • Children's Health Defense
    of course he donated to the WHO.. gates and his wife are KNOWN globalists .....

    and his vaccines are shit.. he wants to de-populate the world. He isn't in it for anyone but himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    of course he donated to the WHO..
    How much..
    Awarded Grants - Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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    COVID Survivor Was Banned from Flying Trump Flag To Thank POTUS, New Tribute Is Much Better

    Carlos Gavidia is a COVID-19 survivor who wanted to thank President Donald Trump for touting the drugs he says saved his life, hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin. He decided that flying a flag from the end of his dock would be a good way to do it.
    The management of his community in Jupiter, Florida, thought otherwise.

    Banned from flying the flag from his dock, Gavidia decided to one-up things: He wrapped his boat in a star-spangled theme with “TRUMP” in capital letters along the side.
    Gavidia, 53, told WVNS-TV he and his wife, Laura, were infected when they visited a hotel restaurant during a ski trip to Aspen, Colorado.
    “Fever, body aches, extreme migraine total exhaustion, wiped out. Laura had no fever, but she was totally wiped out she just lays in bed. I don’t even get out of bed except to go to the bathroom, you get diarrhea the entire time and lose your sense of taste,” he said.
    However, Gavidia credits the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine, along with the antibiotic azithromycin, with his recovery from the illness.

    “I don’t know why they say it doesn’t work, because it does,” he told Voice of America.
    As Gavidia felt better, he looked for ways he could help, including offering to donate his plasma and passing on his regimen of drugs to others with the coronavirus.

    But he also wanted to show his appreciation to the president, and that included putting a flag on his dock.
    According to The Palm Beach Post, his homeowner’s association in the Admiral’s Cove complex wasn’t too pleased with that. When he took the 42-footer out on the water for a spin, there were apparently some objectors. It was against regulations.
    And therein lies the great thing about being on the right. The first person who came up with the phrase, “I don’t get mad, I get even,” wasn’t just coining a catchphrase. He or she was also engaging in a key conservative coping mechanism. If we were to rage against the heavens every time we encountered overregulation or a busybody HOA, we’d never get anything done and we’d be popping clonidine like Tic-Tacs.

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    But he also wanted to show his appreciation to the president, and that included putting a flag on his dock.
    According to The Palm Beach Post, his homeowner’s association in the Admiral’s Cove complex wasn’t too pleased with that. When he took the 42-footer out on the water for a spin, there were apparently some objectors. It was against regulations.
    And therein lies the great thing about being on the right. The first person who came up with the phrase, “I don’t get mad, I get even,” wasn’t just coining a catchphrase. He or she was also engaging in a key conservative coping mechanism. If we were to rage against the heavens every time we encountered overregulation or a busybody HOA, we’d never get anything done and we’d be popping clonidine like Tic-Tacs.
    It’s a lot better to have your neighbors raging against the heavens instead of you, even if they may have won the first round. In that vein, I present to you TrumpBoat 2020:
    All right, so it’s actually only named the Trump, according to The Palm Beach Post. I still think not calling it TrumpBoat 2020 (or even TrumpBoat 2020! — with the exclamation point) is a missed opportunity, but given the roll Gavidia is on, I’m going to have issues convincing him otherwise, I think.
    Gavidia estimated the wrap cost him $7,000; I would say it was worth every penny.

    “Omg this is me!!! #MAGA,” Gavidia tweeted after Eric Trump, son of the president, retweeted the video earlier in May.
    And by the way, have we mentioned that Gavidia is our kind of conservative?
    A man who came to the United States from Peru as a boy, he would eventually become a citizen in the 1990s. He began as a street vendor in Washington and would end up running a credit card processing firm.

    And, fresh off of viral fame, he decided to lead a pro-Trump boat flotilla — or “Trumptilla” — from Jupiter to Mar-a-Lago earlier this month, which drew hundreds of vessels.
    He’s been on Fox News a few times.

    https://youtu.be/dgbwjFgsfP8

    The president mentioned him on another appearance on the network, as well.

    “It’s been a whirlwind, but it’s been good,” Gavidia said. “It’s been all about President Trump.”
    And to top it all off, there was this line from The Palm Beach Post’s treatment of the story: “Admiral’s Cove POA General Manager Peter Moore did not respond to a request for comment Tuesday.”
    That was the group that apparently made him remove the Trump flag, if you’ll recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    of course he donated to the WHO.. gates and his wife are KNOWN globalists .....

    and his vaccines are shit.. he wants to de-populate the world. He isn't in it for anyone but himself.

    If you mean he wants to slow population growth then you are correct.

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    CA Doctors Say They Have Seen More Suicide Deaths Than COVID Deaths During Lockdown

    Two weeks to flatten the curve has turned into two months of oppressive lockdown policies which are themselves killing Americans.
    Americans, more or less, entered into an unspoken contract with government — and each other — in the middle of March in a pledge to stay home, avoid others and close up shop to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

    We’re a little more than a week away from the start of June, and some people are still being forced to stay in their homes because of a government decree, or because they feel obligated to do so by pressure from peers, or because of the fear being pushed on them by a media which has exacerbated the crisis.
    Governments told us that stay-at-home orders were necessary to stop the spread of the disease and to buy the country’s health care industry precious time to prepare for a sea of patients that, in some areas, never came.
    Americans did their part, but stalwart governments refuse to lessen or do away with draconian lockdown measures.

    And the mental health toll that these lockdowns are having on some Americans is starting to reveal itself.
    In the San Francisco Bay area, it appears suicides and suicide attempts are increasing at an alarming rate.

    In fact, the trauma department chief at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, which is located just north and east of the cities of Berkeley and Oakland, told KGO-TV this week that during the lockdown, doctors at the facility have seen seen more deaths by suicide than from the coronavirus.
    The mental health crisis is so severe that Dr. Mike deBoisblanc says it’s time to end the area’s lockdown.

    “Personally I think it’s time,” deBoisblanc told KGO-TV. “I think, originally, this [the shelter-in-place order] was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients. We have the current resources to do that and our other community health is suffering.”
    “We’ve never seen numbers like this, in such a short period of time,” the doctor added. “I mean we’ve seen a year’s worth of suicide attempts in the last four weeks.”
    A trauma nurse with 33 years of service at the facility echoed his comments.

    “What I have seen recently, I have never seen before,” Kacey Hansen said. “I have never seen so much intentional injury.”
    The answer, at least from deBoisblanc’s employer, is increased mental health awareness and resources.

    The administrators at the John Muir Medical Center added a nice disclaimer in response to the statements of their staff members that the facility remains “supportive of the Shelter-in-Place order.”
    Out of an apparent abundance of caution, the facility wants us to know that deBoisblanc and Hansen are only speaking for themselves.

    But the pair of health care workers can only speak to what they are seeing, and that is that lockdown orders — at least in the area that these professionals serve — are doing more harm than good.
    Yet Politico touted the Bay Area’s response to the crisis before March had even ended in a story titled: “Bend it like the Bay Area. Doctors see flatter curve after 2 weeks of social isolation.”
    “Six Bay Area counties were first in the country to adopt aggressive tactics with an enforceable March 16 order requiring residents to stay at home. Gov. Gavin Newsom quickly followed with a statewide order three days later restricting the state’s 40 million residents from all but essential activities,” Politico reported on March 30.
    “After 14 days — the outermost period at which symptoms are believed to emerge post-infection — doctors at area hospitals are now reporting fewer cases than they expected to see at this point, and officials credit the lockdown with stemming the tide of patients they feared would flood into emergency rooms.”

    But as we enter Memorial Day weekend, the Bay Area curve, like the curve in the rest of the country, has been bent — and yet the world remains a closed place for so many people seeking help as they suffer with mental illness.
    Officials in Contra Costa County, where the John Muir Medical Center is located, say the answer is to let struggling people know that the crisis phone lines are open, and that in-person, masked and sterile mental health visits are also an option.
    Neither of those choices seem particularly inviting, but those are the options available.
    Fox News medical expert Doctor Marc Siegel spoke about the efficacy of lockdowns Wednesday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

    “Lockdowns don’t work if there is already a lot of virus in the area, in the community, in the state, the country,” Siegel told the program.
    “Suicide, drug abuse, alcoholism,” Siegel added, “there are going to be more deaths of despair than from the virus itself.”
    With the weeks having turned into months, and the quarantine body count escalating, it’s time to listen to other voices in the room about our best options going forward.

    In fact, 600 doctors signed a letter this week urging President Donald Trump to do what he can to end the shutdowns.
    “The millions of casualties of a continued shutdown will be hiding in plain sight, but they will be called alcoholism, homelessness, suicide, heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. In youths it will be called financial instability, unemployment, despair, drug addiction, unplanned pregnancies, poverty, and abuse,” the letter said.
    “Because the harm is diffuse, there are those who hold that it does not exist. We, the undersigned, know otherwise,” the doctors concluded, according to Fox News.
    Of course, the letter was not widely covered by the same national media which is pushing fear onto already overburdened Americans, and some governors exercising strict control over the movements of citizens have done little in the way of signaling there is any end in sight to the shutdowns.

    For reasons based either in fear, overzealousness or politics, the lockdowns must apparently go on. The answer for those in crisis is to pick up the phone as the world collapses around them.
    As the administrators at Walnut Creek’s John Muir Medical Center reminded us, “We are all in this together!”

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    Haven’t kicked the habit yet, and maybe I won’t....?
    New study in France is finding that smokers “appear to be less likely to contract the Chinese Coronavirus, or if they do, that their symptoms are less severe”.

    The underlying mechanisms that potentially protect smokers is not clear yet.
    But a theory flouted by scientists is that nicotine reduces ACE-2 receptors, which are proteins in the body the virus binds to in order to infect cells.
    Dr Gaibazzi has his own theory - he speculated exposure to cigarette smoke and its chemicals reduces the body's immune system over time, measured by lower inflammatory markers.
    Therefore, when smokers are infected with a virus like SARS-CoV-2, their immune system is more 'tolerant' and does not overreact. D
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    Haven’t kicked the habit yet, and maybe I won’t....?
    New study in France is finding that smokers “appear to be less likely to contract the Chinese Coronavirus, or if they do, that their symptoms are less severe”.

    The underlying mechanisms that potentially protect smokers is not clear yet.
    But a theory flouted by scientists is that nicotine reduces ACE-2 receptors, which are proteins in the body the virus binds to in order to infect cells.
    Dr Gaibazzi has his own theory - he speculated exposure to cigarette smoke and its chemicals reduces the body's immune system over time, measured by lower inflammatory markers.
    Therefore, when smokers are infected with a virus like SARS-CoV-2, their immune system is more 'tolerant' and does not overreact. D
    Interesting. Just the opposite is being reported on local news programs here. According to what is being reported here is that for those with a severe smokers hack their likelihood of dying should they become infected is more than doubled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    Haven’t kicked the habit yet, and maybe I won’t....?
    New study in France is finding that smokers “appear to be less likely to contract the Chinese Coronavirus, or if they do, that their symptoms are less severe”.

    The underlying mechanisms that potentially protect smokers is not clear yet.
    But a theory flouted by scientists is that nicotine reduces ACE-2 receptors, which are proteins in the body the virus binds to in order to infect cells.
    Dr Gaibazzi has his own theory - he speculated exposure to cigarette smoke and its chemicals reduces the body's immune system over time, measured by lower inflammatory markers.
    Therefore, when smokers are infected with a virus like SARS-CoV-2, their immune system is more 'tolerant' and does not overreact. D
    COVID-19 disinformation being spread by Russia, China, say experts

    COVID-19 disinformation being spread by Russia, China, say experts | CBC News

    Russia and China are driving an online wave of disinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic, say experts.
    Some of the disinformation circulating online amounts to conspiracy theories about the origins of the virus — claims that it was invented in a lab or brought to China by U.S. soldiers, for example.
    Some of it involves false reports that experts say could end up harming people — the claim that handwashing doesn't help to prevent the spread of COVID-19, for example, or that the virus doesn't affect smokers.

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