“This Is Not A Theoretical Issue”

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In a more general way”.

Um.

Meanwhile…

Anyone?

Dr Risch?

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93 thoughts on ““This Is Not A Theoretical Issue”

        1. SOQ

          Her father died last Friday because they wouldn’t give him the appropriate medication you clown. Take your smears somewhere else.

        2. Micko

          Ah Daisy, I wouldn’t be promoting that website.

          Here’s the same clown saying it’s ok for unvax’d kids NOT to be allowed in school, along with other “extreme measures” like restricting people who’ve recovered from Covid.

          https://www.deplatformdisease.com/blog/covid-19-vaccine-passport

          “Mandates may disincentivize people to remain unvaccinated by restricting access to certain social privileges e.g. public school for the unvaccinated, but this does not mean that parents cannot e.g. homeschool their children. Is it more inconvenient or difficult? Certainly, and not everyone will be able to do it.”

          1. GiggidyGoo

            Cracking up now I see. ROFL. Tsk. Tsk.
            Tick tock, or more to the point – Thick Thock. Ha haaaaa.

        1. Renald

          What if Merck, Pfizer et al, were developing new anti-viral drugs on patent, would that be incentive enough?

          These existing drugs are available for small-potatoes.

        2. hmmm

          Real world experience from India, Japan and Brazzil all prove Stephen wrong

          But never let the facts get in the way of your doomed narrative.

          1. hmmm

            Poor old Potato Chainsaw, scared of a Nobel Prize winning drug that threatens her narrative of fear.

            https://www.cureus.com/articles/82162-ivermectin-prophylaxis-used-for-covid-19-a-citywide-prospective-observational-study-of-223128-subjects-using-propensity-score-matching

            Ivermectin has demonstrated different mechanisms of action that potentially protect from both coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection and COVID-19-related comorbidities. Based on the studies suggesting efficacy in prophylaxis combined with the known safety profile of ivermectin, a citywide prevention program using ivermectin for COVID-19 was implemented in Itajaí, a southern city in Brazil in the state of Santa Catarina.

            Conclusion: In this large PSM study, regular use of ivermectin as a prophylactic agent was associated with significantly reduced COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and mortality rates.

          2. SOQ

            It really says a lot about an individual who would rather run around trying to justify their big Pharma stance, instead of watching what is probably the largest group of high end CoVid-19 experts ever gathered in the one room.

            In Zuby’s “20 Things I’ve Learned (Or Had Confirmed) About Humanity During The ‘Pandemic’ No 8 was

            “Once they have made up their mind, most people would rather to commit to being wrong, than admit they were wrong.”

            https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/zuby-20-things-ive-learned-or-had-confirmed-about-humanity-during-the-pandemic-thread/

          3. SOQ

            It really says a lot about an individual who would rather run around trying to justify their big Pharma stance, rather than watch probably the largest group of high end experts ever gathered in the one room.

            My last comment disappeared.

          4. Renald

            Regardless of mRNA vaccines ( I encouraged some relatives to get it, based on data at that time, from vulnerable group pov and risk / benefit )

            I’m interested if possible therapeutic interventions were suppressed, i.e blocking of trials, disingenuous analysis / reporting of existing data, at the time when these novel vaccines where being rushed out and do these therapeutics show efficacy.

            After that you could look at mRNA / anit-viral / repurposed drugs in comparison, problem is we might never get the chance to do that.

            Anyway, I read through your links and I can see where you are coming from and spotted some interesting quotes in the articles, but how’an’ever.

            Let’s see what new information comes out in the future, it would be good to have a suite of options, freely available and open data, for everyone to decide for themselves what medical interventions they want is my position.

            *************************************************************************************

            https://c19early.com/

            https://ivmmeta.com/

            https://c19ivermectin.com/

            https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2021/12/21/did_dismissals_of_safe_outpatient_drugs_cause_needless_covid_deaths_dissenting_doctors_say_yes_808045.html?fbclid=IwAR3EqZ6YSIgfhpvAkx5KAg5db1jBRPSwYs2bK0-uc5tBPilbeUR43QUPHA0

          5. Renald

            Regardless of mRNA / other vaccines ( I encouraged some relatives to get it, based on data at that time, from vulnerable group pov and risk / benefit )

            I’m interested if possible therapeutic interventions were suppressed, i.e blocking of trials, disingenuous analysis / reporting of existing data, at the time when these novel vaccines where being rushed out and do these therapeutics show efficacy.

            After that you could look at mRNA / anit-viral / repurposed drugs in comparison, problem is we might never get the chance to do that.

            Anyway, I read through your links and I can see where you are coming from and spotted some interesting quotes in the articles, but how’an’ever.

            Let’s see what new information comes out in the future, it would be good to have a suite of options, freely available and open data, for everyone to decide for themselves what medical interventions they want is my position.

            *************************************************************************************

            https://c19early.com/

            https://ivmmeta.com/

            https://c19ivermectin.com/

            https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2021/12/21/did_dismissals_of_safe_outpatient_drugs_cause_needless_covid_deaths_dissenting_doctors_say_yes_808045.html?fbclid=IwAR3EqZ6YSIgfhpvAkx5KAg5db1jBRPSwYs2bK0-uc5tBPilbeUR43QUPHA0

          6. Fearganainm

            Ivermectin is a big fail but as you seem to be detemined to stay in the denial of reality community you’re unlikely to understand. Sure it’s a drug that got its developers a Nobel prize and it’s highly efficient when it comes to treating certain infections/infestations – but it wasn’t made to treat Covid-19 and what do you know? It doesn’t.

            Want to know something else? Your Brazil study has been peer reviewed and you’re going to hate the conclusions:

            https://healthfeedback.org/claimreview/ivermectin-study-itajai-contains-methodological-weaknesses-questionable-conclusions/

          7. Renald

            @Fearganainm

            “But it wasn’t made…..”

            you’ve just defined drug re-purposing.

            *******************************************

            from article ……….. “methodological weaknesses”

            similar to the Pfizer trial.

            ******************************************

            There is enough evidence for an open and fully public debate about meta analysis of existing studies + exploring this sector.

            We are at loggerheads while pharma money and influence is very possibly distorting the full picture

          8. Renald

            it’s not just about ivermectin…..

            it’s about therapeutic protocols being freely assessed and whether there was malfeasence related to supressing such options, lets remember that the gene vaccine EUA’s were based on no available treatments, so if there were or could have been ( timeline gave serious options here )….. well it stinks a bit.

            There is enough info now for that to be questioned.

            Enough, good luck to ye all.

          9. hmmm

            Fearganainm using the pharmaceutical funded equivalent of ‘The Journal’ factcheckers.

            Tell us, how many soccer players have collapsed and died after an Ivermectin treatment protocol?

          10. hmmm

            Nobel Prize Winning Drug is hardly a “quack” remedy.

            Your fake news bleach story however is completely “quack”.

  1. SOQ

    The US Senate second opinion panel hearing is impossible to find on any of the video streaming service at the moment but hopefully it will be, because there is some really important stuff being discussed. Only one TV channel (OAN) is covering it, which is telling.

    Anyways, on a similar them to Dr. Harvey Risch is Dr Robert Malone- “the data are clear, the vaccines are not protecting from infection, replication and spread of Omicron and the data are relatively clear and emerging that vaccination is enhancing the risk of infection, replication and spread of Omicron.”

    https://www.tiktok.com/@3.0logicrules24_7/video/7056897496756522287

    You are more likely not less to catch and transmit if vaccinated then.

      1. SOQ

        Thank you. The one service I did not search.

        I knew it has to be somewhere for all the snippets to end up on TikTok.

    1. No more Maura

      OAN is a brilliant channel, I have been following them online since the American people woke up. The only real news channel left out in the USA, their presenters are very attractive, brave and really investigative. I wish they did an Irish one OIN, they would get to the bottom of why they have cancelled the covid all of a sudden here…

        1. No more Maura

          You are probably talking about the ‘Rape Melania’ signs they were caught planting at an anti trump rally, that was not very nice obvs but they have improved a lot since then and got rid of a lot of bad apples.

          1. Nigel

            You could imrpove a lot from a stunt like that and still be atrocious.

            I mean, imagine the sympathy for that Smollet guy if he claimed he’d turned over a new leaf. But a news network doing something like that? Sure let ’em off.

  2. Renald

    Heading for 1 million views…….

    https://rumble.com/vt62y6-covid-19-a-second-opinion.html

    Schedule:

    https://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/2022/1/media-advisory-sen-johnson-to-hold-panel-discussion-covid-19-a-second-opinion

    Very informative, including among many topics………..

    * Possible Immune response issues post mass-vax campaigns.
    * Regulatory capture & corruption.
    * How and Why the suppression of therapeutic COVID treatments was conducted.

    Dr. Paul Marik and spokeperson ( forgottten name ) for myfreedoctor.com/ discuss how successively they treated patients, 100,000+ for myfreedoctor, with early treatment protocols.

    Explains how / why the former hounded out of his position, very moving testimony from him.

    Credibility of panellists shines through, fascinating watch for anyone who wants to explore beyond the deafening narrative :)

    1. No more Maura

      Thanks for that video Renald, I have been a big fan of Johnson since he backed Trump on the election fraud and especially since he has been uncovering the scamdemic. His twitter is great but in danger of been kicked off by the twazis. I really hope he gets reelected, wish we had one like him here, brave.
      For anyone still believeing face masks are for good and not just to make us sicker, this video has to be the nail in the coffin and am glad I got some ivermectin at xmas for what is coming. Stay safe Renald!

      1. Renald

        Fair play Maura, there are doctors here that spoke up also, shows how
        powerful the messaging has been, there’s so much to take in, but some
        timestamps on the rumble vid below, convincing on masks & effiacy of
        treatment protocols.

        :)

        3:47:52 McCullough on the excluding groupings from clinical trials.

        4:13:21 Hospital care and suppression of treatments.

        2:34:30 Who’s anti-vax ?, anti these vax maybe.

        1:42:00 Unnecessary deaths ?

        3:02:27 Masks

        1:50:10 Medical ethics

        1:56:56 Malone

        1. No more Maura

          Incredible! I do believe our own Dr Delores Cahill will be back on prime time soon now that the covid story is falling apart and the media will want a peace of that too. Shocking what was done to her but I have met her and heard her speak and she is a strong Irish woman. She knows she was badly mistreated when people didnt want to hear what she had to say but is benevolent enough to still carry out her oath to the peolpe of Ireland and the world. Legend!

          1. Renald

            Hopefully I guess, but that would be an open debate type situation, wagons are being circled, and many just want to move on obviously, maybe if enough info gets disseminated :)

          2. Cian

            Delores Cahill ?
            The one that accused a Garda of raping her when she tried to push past him?
            That Delores Cahill ?

          3. Renald

            whatever about trump and cahill, no input, i’ll leave that to ye guys to do yer thing, the replies can stand alone :)

          4. Steph Pinker

            Cian; you – and anyone of similar thinking have now passed the Rubicon.

            Sling all of your hooks and drown in the process.

          5. Renald

            hiya, to No more Maura…..

            Hi No more Maura, do you know Hilary Clinton had a book “What Happened”..

            If I may, what’re your thoughts on that?

  3. K.Cavan

    Coronaviruses give us The Common Cold, there has always been a market for an injection or pill that would grant immunity to that but Big Pharma never produced one.
    Why?
    Well, RNA viruses mutate constantly & it’s only possible, in practice, to provide antibody immunity against one variant, that’s why last year’s Influenza vaccine won’t work this year. Not only will antibody immunity against one variant not work against another, it hinders the body’s attempt to fight off the new variant, as a vaccine-primed immune system deploys antibodies for the original variant against the newer one. This is called ADE, Antibody Dependent Enhancement, something all the Big Pharma companies knew about.
    The millions of people forced to take these antibody-based vaccines are now sitting ducks, with immune systems which will produce antibodies that help, rather than hinder, the progress of infection with any virulent new variant of Sars02 that might evolve by mutation or be created in a lab. The result could be a genuine Pandemic of the vaccinated.
    Luckily, antibodies are only one small part of the immune system, so many of the vaccinated would be protected by other parts, like Lymphocytes, but if the infection does get past these, the unvaccinated will still have strong, unprimed antibody response as their last line of defence but the vaccinated won’t & many may succumb. Those deaths would be directly attributable to politicians’ & civil servants’ incompetence & Big Pharma deceit & corruption. Also luckily, Coronaviruses have shown a tendency to mutate into highly infectious but mild variants, driven by natural selection but there are quite a few labs which could easily create a variant that might kill billions.
    Covid may not be finished with us yet but I think we’re safe, if Omicron gets to infect enough people.
    Do your own research but be warned, it might scare the crap out of you, especially if you’re quaxxed.

    1. f_lawless

      I tried another comment – this time with just the link to Berenson’s substack page, nothing else. The same thing happens. The comment never appears.
      https://www.broadsheet.ie/2022/01/25/this-is-not-a-theoretical-issue/#comment-2390442

      Can anyone explain what might be going on here? Could Broadsheet be using some brand of comment auto-moderation software that maintains a politically influenced blacklist? Or is the issue at the internet service provider level maybe?

        1. f_lawless

          For what it’s worth, as a test, I tried posting the same substack link to the comment section of an article on thejournal. ie’s website and the comment appeared straight away without any apparent problem. Could that indicate that the issue is specific to the Broadsheet site?

      1. bisted

        …do you have a duplicate comment file Bodger…there a certain deja vu about some of the comments…even the quacks are back…

          1. bisted

            …haha…just testing how fast you could access your gotcha file…my answer didn’t suit you before so I doubt it will now…

          2. GiggidyGoo

            You didn’t answer the question of course. And of course I’m keeping a copy of the links. Handy when you try to worm out.

  4. Lilly

    I’m trying to organise a group trip to Italy in July. The problem is, not everyone is vaccinated. Italy wants proof of vaccine and PCR test before admitting tourists. What do you all reckon, will this requirement still be in place by then?

    1. Micko

      I dunno Lilly. Could be a hard one to call. They might double down on it.

      Italy looks like it’s going hardball on the unvax’d alright. No public services even never mind the eating out.

      Plus face masks outdoors. And those FFP yokes too

      And with the super green pass, looks like the jabs only last 6 months. So if you’re going in July and-boostered in Dec – everyone may be treated as unvaxd

      Have you your heart set on Italy? Other places are more chill.

      https://www.dfa.ie/travel/travel-advice/a-z-list-of-countries/italy/

      1. Lilly

        Lots of good info there, thanks Micko. Yes, we might have to rethink. It looks like their restrictions won’t be lifted any time soon.

        1. Steph Pinker

          … also Czech Republic and Bulgaria if you like architecture, museums and value for money before things change.

          Sorry, I missed the caveat about vax passes, nonetheless, enjoy sometime in the future.

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