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Her credentials sound like they're in line with the topic. However, she bit off on the polyethyleneglycol is anti-freeze thing. The poly part makes a big difference.

Ethylene glycol kills your pets.

Polyethyleneglycol is in your toothpaste.

Different than injecting it, but it's not anti-freeze.

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1 hour ago, LumberjackAxe said:

To be honest, an Army flight doc writing a whistleblower thing about side effects and ingredients of a vaccine doesn’t impress me very much. I’m not saying I’m smarter about vaccines, but I don’t think flight docs really have a more qualified opinion than any other medical professional. I can’t forget that my flight doc misdiagnosed my knee pain as tendinitis when it was actually a bone tumor. 

It appears to me the flight physician is whistleblowing her and other colleagues' observations of what the covid "vaccine" is doing, more-so than essentially "diagnosing" exactly what the "vaccine" is doing (as the physician with your bone tumor did incorrectly). I too have a healthy skepticism of physicians to begin with as I also have been ran through the wringer with false diagnoses. I know one thing for certain is true in this world, you have to trust your literal senses, eyes/ears/gut, all that stuff. I've had family members die days after getting the "vaccine" and I have many friends who say they've had the same experience with some of the their family too. I would hope whatever court she petitioned this motion too rules in favor of halting the "vaccine" until more research can be done.

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1 hour ago, busdriver said:

Her credentials sound like they're in line with the topic. However, she bit off on the polyethyleneglycol is anti-freeze thing. The poly part makes a big difference.

Ethylene glycol kills your pets.

Polyethyleneglycol is in your toothpaste.

Different than injecting it, but it's not anti-freeze.

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I thought so too, as anti-freeze kills all, while polyethylene glycol (PEG) is very bad only for some people (to my understanding). Would be interested to see further research on PEG.

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5 hours ago, LumberjackAxe said:

To be honest, an Army flight doc writing a whistleblower thing about side effects and ingredients of a vaccine doesn’t impress me very much. I’m not saying I’m smarter about vaccines, but I don’t think flight docs really have a more qualified opinion than any other medical professional. I can’t forget that my flight doc misdiagnosed my knee pain as tendinitis when it was actually a bone tumor. 

I’m not as focused on the credentials or her position as much as I am the content of the affidavit. The credentials and position really only matter because she’s ostensibly not just some lunatic anti-vaxxer extremist who read some conspiracy theory about these vaccines on facebook. This is a medical professional, educated on the science and the relevant topics, with nothing to gain, who has listed both experiences and the science backing her claims and making some interesting points.
 

But sure, kinda like a gym teacher whistleblowing about school lunch. And very similar to a misdiagnosis of tendinitis for a bone tumor. Because one flight doc misdiagnosing something that is exceedingly rare like a bone tumor that presents similarly to something a lot more common means all flight docs aren’t good doctors and not qualified to give medical opinions (or in your case, not qualified to be listened to about them, anyway, because of your past misdiagnosis). Sure. 

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@CaptainMorgan @Day Man

Harvard University has said via scientific study that vaccine adverse reactions /deaths are reported less than 1% of the time to VAERS.

>6000 deaths of any cause among those vaccinated, only 3 attributable to blood clots from J&J. 

There's been more problems / deaths from this "vaccine" than from covid-19 itself as admitted by the FDA's own scientists.

The medium and long term effects are unknown, but it's not looking too good for the vaxxxed.

MSM journalists get the rope.

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/oeMGlhFWRN3i/

Kek, the United Kingdom's Parliament is even discussing covid "vaccine" injury bills.

The pharmaceutical corporations wouldn't lie to us, would they?

https://www.bitchute.com/video/cuCAi92SfDF0/

CNN finally reporting the "vaccines" don't work. 

So you're telling me all these people lined up to take this drug with unknown effects, while calling skeptics anti-science, then the drug is found to not work, but the unknown effects of the drug will still happen? Can these people file lawsuits against the manufacturers? 

But what about all those studies that Fauci, Gates, the WHO, the CDC, the FDA, Washington Post, Snopes, Politifact, Huffington Post, et all reported on???

I'm starting to get the feeling maybe something ain't right!

 

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On 9/25/2021 at 1:20 AM, pilot said:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DqZQNMGgd5qEB9LaNTU2_QXGNBACM00l/view
 

Army flight doc just threw a vax grenade. 

Anybody using a flight doc for anything other than:

a. Your yearly "I'm still alive/don't take my flight pay" exam

b. A referral to an off base, non-military doctor

c. Ambien/Restoril

Is doing it wrong.

 

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https://www.deepcapture.com/2021/09/affidavit-of-ltc-theresa-long-m-d-in-support-of-a-motion-for-a-preliminary-injunction-order/

  • c)  Direct evidence exists and suggests that all persons who have received a Covid 19 Vaccine are damaged in their cardiovascular system in an irreparable and irrevocable manner;
  • d)  Due to the Spike protein production that is engineered into the user’s genome, each such recipient of the Covid 19 Vaccines already has micro clots in their cardiovascular system that present a danger to their health and safety;
  • e)  That such micro clots over time will become bigger clots by the very nature of the shape and composition of the Spike proteins being produced and said proteins are found throughout the user’s body, including the brain;
  • h)  That, by virtue of their occupations, said flight crews present extraordinary risks to themselves and others given the equipment they operate, munitions carried thereon and areas of operation in close proximity to populated areas.
  • i)  That, without any current screening procedures in place, including any Aero Message (flight surgeon notice) relating to this demonstrable and identifiable risk, I must and will therefore ground all active flight personnel who received the vaccinations until such time as the causation of these serious systemic health risks can be more fully and adequately assessed.

This affidavit by a Brigade Surgeon is essential reading. It's worth while to keep an eye on this case to see if her whistleblowing will be punished.

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Abstract

Aim: COVID-19 is currently the biggest threat to mankind. Recently, ivermectin (a US FDA-approved antiparasitic drug) has been explored as an anti-SARS-CoV-2 agent. Herein, we have studied the possible mechanism of action of ivermectin using in silico approaches. Materials & methods: Interaction of ivermectin against the key proteins involved in SARS-CoV-2 pathogenesis were investigated through molecular docking and molecular dynamic simulation. Results: Ivermectin was found as a blocker of viral replicase, protease and human TMPRSS2, which could be the biophysical basis behind its antiviral efficiency. The antiviral action and ADMET profile of ivermectin was on par with the currently used anticorona drugs such as hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir. Conclusion: Our study enlightens the candidature of ivermectin as an effective drug for treating COVID-19.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7996102/

 

But ....FDA says don't take it! 

 

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Abstract

Aim: COVID-19 is currently the biggest threat to mankind. Recently, ivermectin (a US FDA-approved antiparasitic drug) has been explored as an anti-SARS-CoV-2 agent. Herein, we have studied the possible mechanism of action of ivermectin using in silico approaches. Materials & methods: Interaction of ivermectin against the key proteins involved in SARS-CoV-2 pathogenesis were investigated through molecular docking and molecular dynamic simulation. Results: Ivermectin was found as a blocker of viral replicase, protease and human TMPRSS2, which could be the biophysical basis behind its antiviral efficiency. The antiviral action and ADMET profile of ivermectin was on par with the currently used anticorona drugs such as hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir. Conclusion: Our study enlightens the candidature of ivermectin as an effective drug for treating COVID-19.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7996102/
 
But ....FDA says don't take it! 
 


Maybe don't buy the med from a veterinarian supply store?

If a doctor wants to prescribe it as a treatment (or pursue other drugs on an off label basis), sure if the doctor and patient agree on the treatment plan.

Going to an animal supply store and buying and taking meds for animals? Pretty dumb.
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Maybe don't buy the med from a veterinarian supply store?

If a doctor wants to prescribe it as a treatment (or pursue other drugs on an off label basis), sure if the doctor and patient agree on the treatment plan.

Going to an animal supply store and buying and taking meds for animals? Pretty dumb.

 

But if you're dying and your physician won't prescribe it what other option do you have? If the only option is to purchase it at a veterinarian shop and adjust for human weight then that's the route some went. It's well established at this point there's a divide between physicians who are mentally captured by the establishment and those who are actually willing to think outside of the (((approved))) paradigm.

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I've got multiple coworkers who are fully vaccinated getting COVID again and being out of the office. When are they going to make vaccines that make us completely immune to COVID because that is what we need right now. I'm truly upset many will be penalized because they decided not to accommodate for those who would not take the vaccine at all, regardless of "orders". Why treat people who don't take the vaccine as criminals when they have great conduct records?

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But if you're dying and your physician won't prescribe it what other option do you have? If the only option is to purchase it at a veterinarian shop and adjust for human weight then that's the route some went. It's well established at this point there's a divide between physicians who are mentally captured by the establishment and those who are actually willing to think outside of the (((approved))) paradigm.


Shop around for doctors. This is easier if you have money (ref. Joe Rogan and his controversial treatment plan).

Plus, the active ingredient may be the same, but the inactive ingredients might not.

At least when taking (any med) under medical supervision, there's a trained person to help weigh the positives and negatives of any drug you're taking, and to adjust as needed.

Or, you know, don't hang out in crowds, mask up, and vaccinate as front line defenses for your health, things we know at least provides a 95% solution that will work for most people. I'll even throw in things like vitamins, which don't have as strong of a backing in the medical community (varies by the provider), but may help (or at a minimum, unlikely to harm at normal doses). Then if you get sick and want to go off label and take unproven or unorthodox measures, have at it.

Most doctors aren't willing to deviate from medical norms/guidance from boards/associations/FDA/CDC, unless they are doing their own research and study, which takes time they might not have, especially if their patient load is high.

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2 hours ago, jazzdude said:


 

 


Shop around for doctors. This is easier if you have money (ref. Joe Rogan and his controversial treatment plan).

Plus, the active ingredient may be the same, but the inactive ingredients might not.

At least when taking (any med) under medical supervision, there's a trained person to help weigh the positives and negatives of any drug you're taking, and to adjust as needed.

Or, you know, don't hang out in crowds, mask up, and vaccinate as front line defenses for your health, things we know at least provides a 95% solution that will work for most people. I'll even throw in things like vitamins, which don't have as strong of a backing in the medical community (varies by the provider), but may help (or at a minimum, unlikely to harm at normal doses). Then if you get sick and want to go off label and take unproven or unorthodox measures, have at it.

Most doctors aren't willing to deviate from medical norms/guidance from boards/associations/FDA/CDC, unless they are doing their own research and study, which takes time they might not have, especially if their patient load is high.
 

 

I agree with you there are ingredients in the animal Ivermectin that may not in the human version and that is something for those people to consider. I agree with you it's simple for a multi-millionaire like Rogan to shop around for physicians. Normal people can't reasonably do that. Vitamins are the foundation of our immune system and overlooked by many physicians because of the pharmaceutical industry pushing now and when those physicians were in medical school that only medications are the $olution. I understand the reason why those physicians don't stray from their licensing boards, regulatory agencies, et al but that does not excuse their malfeasance to serve their patient first. Look at the police and military of our nation that refuse unconstitutional orders when they could easily go along with doing it for the paycheck/retirement. I expect the same honor /  conduct for physicians.

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Shop around for doctors. This is easier if you have money (ref. Joe Rogan and his controversial treatment plan).

Plus, the active ingredient may be the same, but the inactive ingredients might not.

At least when taking (any med) under medical supervision, there's a trained person to help weigh the positives and negatives of any drug you're taking, and to adjust as needed.

Or, you know, don't hang out in crowds, mask up, and vaccinate as front line defenses for your health, things we know at least provides a 95% solution that will work for most people. I'll even throw in things like vitamins, which don't have as strong of a backing in the medical community (varies by the provider), but may help (or at a minimum, unlikely to harm at normal doses). Then if you get sick and want to go off label and take unproven or unorthodox measures, have at it.

Most doctors aren't willing to deviate from medical norms/guidance from boards/associations/FDA/CDC, unless they are doing their own research and study, which takes time they might not have, especially if their patient load is high.
 

 

It’s called the D.E.N.N.I.S system:

 

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