Trust The Confused Scientists

9:47 PM · Nov 19, 2021

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15 Responses to Trust The Confused Scientists

  1. Tom Bombadil says:

    It is almost as if something else is causing the deaths attributed to COVID-19.

  2. GWS says:

    It amazes me why no one is talking about supporting your immune system – It’s only about vaccines. And I think it’s deliberate.

  3. arn says:

    Let the scientist “help” Africa once again
    as they did in the 50ies and 60ies which turned AIDS into an epidemic pest in record time .
    A very remarkable achievement for a virus that used to be irrelevant for millenias.
    Now this new virus obviously needs a kickstarter,a catalyst.

  4. The many eminent scientists and doctors, whose opinions are censored by the legacy, and social, media, are not remotely surprised or confused. The whole fiasco was all a well-orchestrated PR campaign whose sole objective was to enforce a gene therapy of questionable safety, and unknown long term effects, on to the general public. As the climate hoax has shown, there are plenty of academics who will prostitute themselves to produce the ‘science’ their paymasters require of them.

  5. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Even before the mass jabbing frenzy Africa had been largely untouched by Covid. Same as most of Asia.

  6. Zalbard says:

    New report reveals COVID-19 vaccination double the risk of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) –

    Quote: “As a result [of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccination] , the 5-year ACS PULS risk score increased from 11% to 25%. By the time the report was published, changes had persisted for 2.5 months or more after the second vaccine dose.”

  7. Pratelius V. says:

    Couple thoughts –
    1. There are far fewer very old people living in Africa than there are in Western countries, and this age group constituted most of COVID-19 deaths.
    2. There are far fewer obese people living in Africa than there are in Western countries, and this is the weight group that was hit the most by COVID-19.
    3. There is plenty of sunshine everywhere in Africa, and therefore less people who suffer from chronic Vitamin D deficiency.
    4. In Africa, they didn’t bother to manufacture false COVID-19 cases and false COVID-19 deaths, as they did in other countries, mainly in the US.

  8. Archie says:

    Plenty of elephants in Africa and Asia. Two of the elephants are called Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine.

  9. Tel says:

    Most African countries have a low median age, and the effects of COVID on young people are so mild as to be almost unnoticeable … that would explain a large part of the statistical difference.

    African people spend more time outdoors, and many of their social gatherings are outdoors (e.g. marketplaces, such as in the photo). COVID is spread primarily be aerosols which usually gather indoors or in enclosed places like buses, trains, etc. In the outdoors, even a light wind can rapidly disperse the aerosol particles down to harmless low concentrations.

    COVID is usually worse in cold seasons, or indoors in places with strong air-conditioning keeping the air cold. The coronavirus is a greasy virus (think of it like butter) thus lasts longer in cold conditions, while it breaks down at high temperatures. Africans mostly live in hot climates, and cannot afford air-conditioning.

    Vitamin D deficiency makes most viral disease worse, and this is typically a problem in places far from the equator, during Winter when days are short and especially where lifestyle does not include much time spent in the sun. Africans don’t have this problem, although some fascinating discoveries have been made about Vitamin D and racial differences.

    Vitamin D can be stored in the blood using a binding protein which delays Cholecalciferol converting to the activated form Calcitriol. For evolutionary reasons so called “White” people (i.e. those adapted to the long Northern European Winter) naturally produce more of this binding protein and therefore store more Vitamin D in the blood. This does not matter … provided the darker skinned people get either regular sun exposure, or take dietary supplements … although it can be a problem for so called “Black” people living in a small apartment in New York City through the Winter where not much sunlight is available.

    Another factor is diet and obesity … whereas the typical American eats a diet high in sugar, refined carbohydrates, and refined vegetable oils (e.g. canola) and spends a lot of time in the office, the typical African eats almost no sugar, and typically cooks with whole grains or whole beans, and gets vegetable oil mostly from eating seeds (e.g. flax, sesame) or nuts (peanut, etc).

  10. Jimmy Haigh says:

    This simple graphic says it all to me.

  11. John says:

    According to Dr Simone Gold a large percentage of the population take HQC to prevent Maleria.

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