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    Another Bombshell Report: U.K. Study Shows Maskless Kids *Less Likely* to Test Positive for Covid - Becker News

    The Brazilian city of Itajai has offered Ivermectin as prophylaxis (0.2mg/day/kg for 2 days every 2 weeks) to its 220,000 inhabitants and meticulously tracked the results.

    60% (with higher risk) took IVM during a period of 7 months.

    The Covid hospitalization and mortality rates were halved.

    Source: (PDF) Ivermectin Prophylaxis Used for COVID-19 Reduces COVID-19 Infection and Mortality Rates: A City-Wide, Prospective Observational Study of 223,128 Subjects Using Propensity Score Matching.

    Croatian MEP Mislav KolakuĀši Tells French President Emmanuel Macron That He Is Murdering His Citizens With Mandatory Vaccinations

    "Tens of thousands of citizens have died due to vaccine side-effects.

    Mandatory vaccinations represent death penalty and its execution for many citizens. That has to remain a choice for every citizen.

    Murder is murder. Those of you who don't know that and haven't educated yourselves, take a look at the official data of the European health organization (EMA)."

    Croatian MEP Tells Emmanuel Macron That He Is Murdering His Citizens With Mandatory Vaccinations

    Watson nails it in this one!
    It's over. - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    I wonder which Wizard's College this guy graduated from. No idea who he is, but he's good. A much more energetic alternative to Klaus Schwab. And I gotta hand it to him for how hard he's working on that "resistance is futile" spell.
    Certainly has the right accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Watson View Post
    I recall that the Democrats were red when I was younger. Then I think during some election cycle the Leftist media switched the colors. My belief of why that happened is that red was associated unfavorably with communism, "Red China," and phrases like "Better dead than red," and they wanted to distance themselves and so pinned the color on the Republicans. Red is always associated with Marxism, and Wikipedia happens to bear me out on this; Red flag (politics) - Wikipedia
    Republican Party: Red From the Start - Men Of The West

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Christiansen View Post
    Painstakingly researched, I assume.

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    You've heard about England and Ireland.

    It's over. - YouTube

    We are speculating that this is a precursor to a refocusing of European public attention on the Ukrainian situation. Plausible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Painstakingly researched, I assume.

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    You've heard about England and Ireland.

    It's over. - YouTube

    We are speculating that this is a precursor to a refocusing of European public attention on the Ukrainian situation. Plausible?
    Jeopardy question, maybe:

    What do you do with $85 billion dollars of military equipment and two strategic air bases? "I'll take were all fucked for $200 Alex."

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    Maybe this is one of the reasons why monoclonal antibodies are being withheld.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/healt...tpatient-drug/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    Watson nails it in this one!
    It's over. - YouTube
    It is interesting that the Wikipedia page for remdesivir does not return any result for the word "kidney", yet a DDG search of "remdesivir kidney damage" returns several papers:

    Remdesivir and Acute Renal Failure: A Potential Safety Signal From Disproportionality Analysis of the WHO Safety Database - PubMed

    The combination of the terms "acute renal failure" and "remdesivir" yielded a statistically significant disproportionality signal with 138 observed cases instead of the 9 expected. ROR of ARF with remdesivir was 20-fold (20.3; confidence interval 0.95 [15.7-26.3], P < 0.0001]) that of comparative drugs. Based on ARF cases reported in VigiBase, and despite the caveats inherent to COVID-19 circumstances, we detected a statistically significant pharmacovigilance signal of nephrotoxicity associated with remdesivir, deserving a thorough qualitative assessment of all available data. Meanwhile, as recommended in its Summary of Product Characteristics, assessment of patients with COVID-19 renal function should prevail before and during treatment with remdesivir in COVID-19.
    Kidney disorders as serious adverse drug reactions of remdesivir in coronavirus disease 2019: a retrospective case–noncase study

    Our findings, based on postmarketing real-life data from >5000 COVID-19 patients, support that kidney disorders, almost exclusively AKI, represent a serious, early, and potentially fatal adverse drug reaction of remdesivir. These results are consistent with findings from another group.4 Physicians should be aware of this potential risk and perform close kidney monitoring when prescribing remdesivir. Further data are needed to confirm that safety signal.
    Potential kidney damage associated with the use of remdesivir for COVID-19: analysis of a pharmacovigilance database - PubMed

    We found 2,922 reports with remdesivir registered in FAERS for COVID-19. Among these, 493 renal and urinary adverse effects (16.9%) were reported. The most frequent events were acute kidney injury (338; 11.6%), renal impairment (86; 2.9%), and renal failure (53; 1.8%). Versus hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir/ritonavir, or tocilizumab, the use of remdesivir was associated with an increased chance of reporting renal and urinary disorders regardless of gender and age of patients (2.53; 95%CI: 2.10-3.06). The ROR remained significant when we restricted the analysis to hydroxychloroquine (4.31; 95%CI: 3.25-5.71) or tocilizumab (3.92; 95%CI: 2.51-6.12). Our results reinforce this already reported signal, emphasizing that it could be extremely useful for health professionals who prescribe this new antiviral to treat COVID-19, mainly knowing its low efficacy.
    Among others. Interesting that the FDA would approve this for outpatient administration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Christiansen View Post
    From the link:

    Why? In 1848, Communists rose in revolution across Europe, united by a document prepared for the purpose, entitled Manifesto of the Communist Party. Its author was a degenerate parasite named Karl Marx, whom a small gang of wealthy Communists, “the League of Just Men”, hired for the purpose. The Manifesto told its adherents and its victims what the Communists would do.

    But the Revolution of 1848 failed. The perpetrators escaped, just ahead of the police. And they went, of course, to the united States. In 1856, the Republican Party ran its first candidate for President. By that time, these Communists from Europe had thoroughly infiltrated this country, especially the North. Many became high ranking officers in the Union Army and top government officials.
    Seriously? One of the strangest screeds I've ever read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    Maybe this is one of the reasons why monoclonal antibodies are being withheld.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/healt...tpatient-drug/
    And perhaps off-label use has been stigmatized for the last two years because of this (from above):
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    Sometimes, payers are reluctant to cover medications used off-label.
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