There are many misconceptions surrounding what we as everyday people who challenge the narrative, do or do not believe in. I can speak for many I have met who state that they do not deny the existence of a harmful pathogenic illness is among us, we all know someone who has been very unwell or has passed away from the symptoms of what is known as Coronavirus but we, by looking at government statistics, know that the illness does not qualify as a Pandemic that requires mandated and virtually untested vaccinations. Many of us are seriously questioning the manipulation of the crisis as covert means to bring in monumental and dangerous changes into our society.
I for one have begun to lose communication with some of my beloved friends and family for my stance on the subject. I am experiencing online bullying and have personally witnessed comments on Facebook from friends suggesting the non vaccinated should be rounded up and shot, another friend said she read similar but that we should be gassed, it is a very sad and unprecedented time to be living in.
Nonetheless I cannot change my views because I have spent a long time researching the subject, and have read so much evidence that there is no mistaking what I am seeing. We have been lied to on a monumental scale, and that is very hard for many to comprehend — rather than changing one’s mind or perspective it is perhaps easier to carry on vehemently protecting oneself from the truth than humbly admitting we may have been wrong. After all the repercussions may be huge, so huge that the truth may be impossible for some to comprehend. Above and beyond what I have researched, I know in my soul that something is not right about what we are being told.
And so we, those that do not consent must find the humility to empathise with those who do. After all is what ‘they’ are trying to do here is to divide and conquer? Now more than any other time in my life, humility and kindness is needed to stay functioning within society.
Yesterday’s Heretics, today’s Conspiracists.
The cheapest trick to discredit almost all alternative perspectives veering from mainstream media’s narrative, is the overused and and worn out insult — calling out someone who challenges this narrative as a Conspiracy Theorist.
David Coady, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Tasmania summarises upon the subject of so called ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ for the conversation in 2018;
“If, as I believe, the treatment of those labelled as ‘conspiracy theorists’ in our culture is analogous to the treatment of those labelled as ‘heretics’ in medieval Europe, then the role of psychologists and social scientists in this treatment is analogous to that of the Inquisition.”
The vicious and worldwide attack on so called Conspiracy Theories, seems in itself a form of mind-fuckery. Is it a coincidence that this derogatory expression has been overused and exhausted as ammunition in an info-war society heavily dependent upon the perceived humiliation of the other side in order to affirm its own self belief and security? Is it a coincidence that it is now for the first time in western democracy that our online media is being censored to the extreme that an alternative viewpoint is almost hidden from site?
I say almost, because it does not take too much scratching off of the surface online, to find independent journalism on any subject of all things Covid. Is it a mixture of fear and laziness stopping people from doing their homework?
It’s not that simple. In fact when I noticed just how many so-called fact-checking sites existed online all of a sudden, I was intrigued to find upon requesting their funding resources with the use of the Freedom of Information Act, that almost all had one thing in common: funding from Facebook. As for everyone’s go-to debunking-bitch — Snopes, what authority have they to comment on current affairs after all? Looking further into Snopes’s murky background reveals some rather nefarious unprofessionalism which when you consider how the whole world appears to depend on them for verification, is a little worrying.
Resisting The Blame Game.
Can we really blame each other? we clearly have been stitched up, swindled, shafted — well and truly taken for a ride on the media circus, it’s no wonder most of us have shut down and stopped believing in our own instincts and relying on our own judgement. But, I am still going to resist defending my beliefs and trying to argue my corner, because educating others is not my responsibility. We are all perfectly capable of doing our own research in this phenomenal era of information. I am however going to give you a hint — don’t use Google as your search engine.
Despite sharing information on FB regarding some of what I have read, I have refrained from engaging in conversation on the matter of injectables, and also I am aware that I have not voiced my own opinions, rather shared others.
I for one do not wish to be swept into the game of online bickering as I am painfully aware I am outnumbered, indeed I would get eaten alive — these people can be venomous and as a person suffering from tick-borne Lyme Disease and Morgellons Disease, my brain and my soul is not armed to take on this info war alone. No, no I am not going down that path so when you have read this article and embark on your tirade of abuse, don’t expect a response. You are of course entitled to your opinion, as am I.
For two, I have been lost for words. Yes I am able to see from the perspective of someone who has been pricked, and I understand why you may have been coerced into taking this inadequately-trialed poison. But words fail me whilst I watch this dystopian medical tyranny unfold and we lose our God given right to choose what goes into ours and our children’s bodies, how easily we give away our divine and precious DNA, attacking one another in the process.
We keep hearing how a common Malarial drug Chloroquinoline derived from the herb Artemisinin, is effective against the virus. But why is this? It is not an anti viral medication. Dr Marty Ross says in his Q and A this month that it maybe because Chloroquinoline is an Ionophore, and this helps transport zinc into the cells:
“Zinc blocks the enzyme that controls virus replication inside infected cells. Hydroxychloroquine is an ionophore that helps carry Zinc into cells. Taking zinc supplements without an ionophore like hydroxychloroquine is not that helpful. Another zinc ionophore that is shown to help in laboratory studies is the supplement quercetin I mentioned earlier in the section on Cytokine storm.”
Elsewhere, information on the use of Chloroquinoline relates to Toll Like Receptors:
‘TLRs are the main elements of our immune system, and they should be maintained functioning to keep the integrity of innate immunity’.
Another herb that appears to be gathering much attention in regards to Covid19 is Liquorice, due to its anti viral characteristics. In the MERS and SARS outbreak 2002 – 2003, liquorice was described as the only TCM substance that the SARS – CoV was susceptible to IN VITRO:
‘The only TCM for which anti-SARS-CoV activity was demonstrated in cell culture (but at relatively high concentrations), was glycyrrhizin, a compound found in liquorice (Cinatl et al., 2003a)’.
In a publication in the Lancet 2017, titled: ‘Intravenous infusion of Chinese medicine Xuebijing for patients with severe pneumonia: a multicenter, randomised, double-blind controlled trial’, 710 patients were randomly allocated to receive intravenous injections (100 mL) of 0·9% NaCl BID (control) or Xuebijing (in 0·9% NaCl) BID for 5–7 days. Clinical and laboratory parameters were recorded and analysed for efficacy and safety, the results proved the IV’s to be beneficial in patient recoveries:
‘Taken together, Xuebijing infusion combined with standardised treatment could reduce mortality in patients with severe pneumonia, suggesting that Xuebijing could be a potential and promising adjunct therapy in severe pneumonia’.
If your like me and waiver in your confidence of herbal remedies and Traditional Chinese Medicine, then you may find these scientific studies on acupuncture points using CT imaging and on meridians with injected dyes, make you feel a bit more open minded to the ancient practice of oriental medicine:
‘In a study published in the Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, researchers used contrast CT imaging with radiation on both non-acupuncture points and acupuncture points. The CT scans revealed clear distinctions between the non-acupuncture point and acupuncture point anatomical structures…..Whilst in Korea, scientists studying oriental medicine with biophysical methods injected a special staining dye which coloured the meridians. By injecting the dye onto acupuncture points, they were able to see thin lines. These did not show up at non-acupuncture point sites where there are no meridians. The researchers discovered that the meridian lines are not confined to the skin, but are in fact a concrete duct system through which liquid flows, and that this liquid aggregates to form stem cells’.
One cannot help but question if the Chinese employed natural remedies or Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), to assist with the treatment of Covid19?
It just so happened that the State Council Information Office (of the People’s Republic of China) the SCIO, gave a presentation the the press on March the 25th titled:
SCIO briefing on TCM’s important role and a list of effective drugs in COVID-19 prevention and control.
In this briefing the first speaker divulges that there was more than 4,900 TCM medical staff across China supporting Hubei which included three academicians and hundreds of experts, accounting for about 13% of the total medical staff assisting Hubei. The population of Hubei in 2015 was 58,500,000,
‘A total of 74,187 COVID-19 patients, or 91.5% of the total confirmed cases nationwide, have been treated with TCM. Among them, 61,449 were from Hubei, accounting for 90.6% of confirmed cases in the epicenter province. Clinical observation showed that the total effective rate of TCM treatment reached over 90%’.
Yu Yanhong, a member of the Central Guidance Team in Hubei province, a member of the Leading Party Members’ Group of the National Health Commission, and secretary of the Leading Party Members’ Group of the National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, goes on to divulge that in the absence of allopathic medication during the Covid19 pandemic civilians in Wuhan were treated, effectively, with TCM:
‘Since there is no effective medicine or vaccine, we began to give TCM decoctions and proprietary Chinese medicines to our patients. At the beginning, it didn’t go well; we only delivered medicines to some 3,000 to patients from 13 districts of the city on the first day. The curative effect of TCM appeared after two or three days, however. With the fever gone and cough reduced, patients began to try TCM on their own initiative, and more than 10,000 bags of TCM decoction were delivered at that time. So far, we have delivered TCM products to more than 600,000 patients. What’s the effect? It has contained the spread of the epidemic’.
In the UK we have not been given any advice acknowledging the relevance of vitamins, minerals or herbal medicines to strengthen the immune system, yet it is long established in medical literature that the immune system fights infection when functioning well – the correlation is undeniable. Yu Yanhong summarizes that:
‘Centralized isolation of all suspected infection cases, and enabling our patients to take TCM have contained the spread of the epidemic, which is the foundation of our fight against COVID-19’.
Because I have existing health problems and am educated in the treatment of my immune compromised condition, I have every confidence in helping myself and don’t need our Government or health service to advise me what to do, but the majority of people are looking for answers and confused by conflicting advice. Could it be that our health service or rather allopathic medicine, is simply lacking in knowledge? It has certainly been offered to us by China in this statement by Yu Yanhong:
‘We are willing to share with the rest of the world our valuable experience and effective treatment on COVID-19. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has also underlined the effectiveness of the measures taken by China to deal with the virus, urging other countries to learn from China’s experience’.
The WHO urged other countries to learn from China’s experience?
Or, could it be a vested interest on behalf of the pharmaceutical industry to ignore Medicines that cannot be patented?
We in the West, rightly or wrongly, won’t treat the virus without our own clinical trials, the use of Chloroquine is not licenced for use, so what are we treating patients with? Nothing yet, it would seem after trawling through the NICE guidelines on Covid19 I cannot find anything recommended to treat the virus……yet in Hubei province, three medicines have been found effective:
‘Up to now, “three medicines and three formulas” have been proven effective in treating the disease, namely: Jinhua Qinggan Granule, Lianhua Qingwen Capsule, Xuebijing Injection, Lung Cleansing and Detoxifying Decoction, Huashi Baidu Formula, and Xuanfei Baidu Formula’.
What a shame we have not taken the knowledge, experience and advise of the Chinese on this one.
In a typically sober comment to the press regarding China’s recommendations to use TCM, Dr. Edzard Ernst, a professor emeritus of complementary medicine at the United Kingdom’s University of Exeter, said:
“TCM mixtures can be toxic, contaminated or adulterated with prescription drugs; they can also interact with prescription drugs,” Ernst said. It can also give patients a false sense of security, leading them to neglect proven medications or therapies.”
Most of us associate the word histamine with pollen and allergies but histamine is one of the key compounds that connect many of our body’s processes. There are four histamine receptors in the body, H1, H2, H3 and H4, and only H1 and H2 are involved in our allergenic response to pollen, creating common symptoms such as congestion and sneezing.
Last nights free presentation with the Natural Body Cafe on female hormones and the link between oestrogen and Autoimmune conditions hopefully provided some clues and answers to finding health and happiness (and weight loss) and loosing those mood swings! But there is so much more to hormones than we could possibly imagine……..
Considering its literal description – ’tissue pain’ – it’s beyond me how the medical profession is still getting away with it. But, yes, Fibromyalgia (FM) is the general label given to the condition suffered by so many people, predominantly women, who have a set of symptoms that their GP can’t or won’t investigate.
Not being one to partake in recreational drugs, but following a bicycle indecent recently, I was struggling to cope with the pain despite being prescribed a powerful anti-inflammatory and paracetamol every four hours. I turned to our dear, revered Mary Jane, at just the right moment. You see, in the past I had attempted to use CBD oil as a therapeutic tool but, unbeknown to me, the levels of THC were still too high for me and I didn’t react in a positive way. I’m guessing it was likely my very low blood pressure and tachycardia which triggered me to have my first seizure, so I was fairly apprehensive about trying it again. Fate had it that a friend of mine was visiting from USA who is a CBD oil supplier, and sold me some high strength at a fabulous price, with the guarantee that it was a low dose THC… You can find the same product here.
Where does the brain end and the body begin? There’s no exact defining point, and so we should embrace mental health as being entwined with physical health, but the medical system tends to compartmentalise the two separately.
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