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The 'mask'arade continues.......

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Nov 26, 2020.

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  2. GavinH

    GavinH Gavin Horner

    Update on Tasmania health care workers mandate challenge: Attempt at injunction in Supreme court was dismissed last week. Next is possibly High Court which would make it federal jurisdiction so would affect all of Australia. Will know more later today. Costs are going up - could be AUD0.5M if we lose.

    Feel free to share this video https://fb.watch/8_YiQNUzKP/
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  3. ND Hauf

    ND Hauf Pleb

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  4. Thank you Dr. @Jack Kruse for your recent post https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/the-problem-with-the-jabs.26589/

    The public presentation by Orthopaedic Surgent - Dr. Scot Youngblood MD to the Board of Supervisors Meeting CountyNewsCenter.com was precise & to the point -
    The Pfizer random control trial showed more individuals died in the vaccine group than the placebo group.

    There is a bit of a problem though. Dr. Youngblood presented mortality out-come data at the end of the six-month trial.


    What's the problem with that? -> These and other out-come data points were not reported in the public medical published reports which presented two-month mid-point data, in December 10th 2020.
    Note: Only sensitivity reactions were reported.


    After reading the Pfizer RCT BNT16262 mRNA COVID-19 BNT162b1, BNT162b2

    I noted the https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04368728 did not provide any resulting out-come data points during nor at completion of the trial.


    I am not a licensed medical professional; so I am not privileged to request:

    Because of this "handicap", I can not confirm Dr. Youngblood's data points he presented which included data from Taiwan Department of Health (3/22-10/6/2021)
    • 845 Deaths from COVID-19
    • 850 Deaths from Vaccines
    Medical professionals (MDs, RNs, medical researchers) have lost the licenses to practice, lost their jobs, received fines because of their ethics over data integrity issues reported by the (FDA, CDC, & the American Medical Board) including Pfizer's RCT vaccine trial.

    Thank Dr. Youngblood for your research for the facts and standing publicly.
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  5. GavinH

    GavinH Gavin Horner

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  6. Penny

    Penny New Member

    I just listened to this video: Dr. Ardis interviewing Karen Kingston who lives in San Diego - since the school won't be giving jabs, they will be releasing an "organic" spray over the school...


    I hope Inger checks out those cool no electricity islands around Helsinki... it is so past time to get the hell out of here...

    This podcast is one of the most damning ones out there - she even knows what those black circles are for - they are drug delivery systems - it's even in the Moderna patents what they are... blow mind podcast...
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  7. caroline

    caroline New Member

    AND GO WHERE EXACTLY.............???
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  9. - Containers have become very expensive. Before Christmas, it cost $ 3,000 to rent a container, now the price has increased fivefold. Someone has to pay that bill ...
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  10. Central banks are in a split between rising prices and stifling economic growth. Many central banks are afraid that the economy will crash if you raise interest rates, ie increase how much it costs to borrow money. But this is one of the few tools that can fight inflation... Do we get negative interest rates?
  11. ND Hauf

    ND Hauf Pleb

    @Johan Lindstrøm See below pictures and description of what I fight daily regarding container shortages.

    I own a nationwide Industrial Electrical and Automation business in the US. Out of one of my branch offices/shops we fabricate MCCs (Master Control Centers) and E-Houses (Power Distribution Buildings). We have historically purchased containers, refurbished, and installed our gear, controls, lights, etc. The price of containers has more than doubled if we can even source. Leads times have gone from days to months.

    Note we also have UL Fabrication shops where we build and UL list/certify a lot of the gear, PLCs, VFDs, ect. that go into these buildings. On average the price of material is up over 50% with lead times extending from days to months to some suppliers simply saying you will get it when you get it.

    And they call it Transitory....Buy BITCOIN

    Thankful to be Here.

    CasperMCC.jpg CasperMCC2.jpg
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  12. Jason F

    Jason F New Member

    Canada has already signalled this, as many as 6 increases planned over the next 2 years.
  13. Thank you Dr. @Jack Kruse for your post this morning https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/the-problem-with-the-jabs.26589/#post-305728
    There you ask the question
    "All across the country, emergency rooms are absolutely packed, and in many cases we are seeing seriously ill patients being cared for in the hallways because all of the ER rooms are already full.

    Anyone want to guess why?"​

    Let's take a moment and review - Patent 7220852 submitted by the CDC for the development of the CoronaVirus & its Isolation in Humans and its treatment submitted by Sequoa (now owned by Pfizer) Patent 7151163, in April 2004.

    • This virus will have Stable Binding: An oligonucleotide binds or stably binds to a target nucleic acid if a Sufficient amount of the oligonucleotide forms base pairs or is hybridized to its target nucleic acid, to permit detection of that binding. Binding can be detected by either physical or functional properties of the target ligonucleotide complex. Binding between a target and an oligonucleotide can be detected by any procedure known to one skilled in the art, including functional or physical binding assays.
    • The physical methods of detecting the binding of complementary strands of DNA or RNA are well known in the art, and include Such methods as DNase I or chemical footprinting, gel shift and affinity cleavage assays, Northern blotting, Southern blotting, dot blotting, and light absorption detection procedures. For example, a method which is widely used, because it is so simple and reliable, involves observing a change in light absorption of a solution containing an oligonucleotide (or an analog) and a target nucleic acid at 220 to 300 nm as the temperature is slowly increased.
    • When the oligonucleotide or analog has bound to its target, there is a Sudden increase in absorption at a characteristic temperature as the oligonucleotide (or analog) and target dissociate or melt.
    • The binding between an oligomer and its target nucleic acid is frequently characterized by the temperature (T) at which 50% of the oligomer is melted from its target.
    • A higher T, means a stronger or more stable complex relative to a complex with a lower T.
    • cDNA (complementary DNA): A piece of DNA lacking internal, non-coding segments (introns) and regulatory sequences that determine transcription. cDNA is synthesized in the laboratory by reverse transcription from messenger RNA extracted from cells.
    Non-specific interactions of antibody-oligonucleotide conjugates with living cells

    Both the nature of the ON, single strand vs double strand, as well as the method used to prepare the dsON AOC have a clear impact on the non-specific interaction of the resulting conjugates.​

    PBC article - published online 2004 May 7. doi: 10.1002/path.1560 “Organ distribution of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) associated coronavirus (SARS‐CoV) in SARS patients: implications for pathogenesis and virus transmission pathways” –

    SARS‐CoV was found in lung, trachea/bronchus, stomach, small intestine, distal convoluted renal tubule, sweat gland, parathyroid, pituitary, pancreas, adrenal gland, liver and cerebrum, but was not detected in oesophagus, spleen, lymph node, bone marrow, heart, aorta, cerebellum, thyroid, testis, ovary, uterus or muscle. The pathological changes found in these organs may be caused directly by the cytopathic effect mediated by local replication of the SARS‐CoV, resulting in a systemic failure.​

    We know nature uses viruses to edit our genome; however, SARS is not natural, it has developed and patented (7279327) by the CDC on 19th April 2002.
    We also know CRISPR is laying down patents to counter the damaged genes from SARS.

    Since than (2004), we now have -> Gain-Of-Function designed for the enhancement of transmissibility & potency efficiency of virulence agent(s) from humans to humans.

    Is it no surprise that this version/copy of COVID-19 is capable of modifying human cells?

    My question: So why is hospital(s) admissions data not reporting the percentage of registered vaccinated vs non?
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  14. Jacks

    Jacks Gold

    Yep - lots of emergency vehicle sirens every day and not much covid-19. Heard 20 on Monday! Them boosters are going down well. Hopefully the kiddies in my town getting ready to roll up their sleeves don't get one of those nasty deadly lots.
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  15. Living in Berkley sounds like something from a science-fiction-bad-dream; but it's real for you.
    Your media says, things are improving, more vaccinations all around.
    I don't know if you work with children; however, those who do have noticed the decline in cognitive function once "fully vaccinated" status is reached.
    Generally, most people can no longer smell things as well. We have noticed the volume of colognes & perfumes used have greatly increased.
    So many people seem so tired. They may push through the day, go to the gym; but just don't have it. They think maybe its the masks...
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  16. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    So let me get this straight the government just changed the definition of
    1. Vaccine
    2. Gain of Function
    3. Heard Immunity
    and I'm a conspiracy theorist because I make references to our society turning into a similar one in 1984!?
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  17. We reject WHO's paradigm !

    The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again

    I have this LP; didn't know at the time it was prophetic...

    "I'll get on my knees and pray
    We don't get fooled again"​

    Lyrics -
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  18. Jacks

    Jacks Gold

    Yep - I agree regarding my location. I try to ignore it and do my own thing. My daughter has been tired lately (not jabbed) but is around those jabbed all day at school (and upstairs when visiting relatives) but could be the mask too. I do not work with children so have not personally observed what you are mentioning. I do know a gentleman down the street who now has Frontal Temporal Dementia which came on suddenly this spring. Other than that I have not observed any big changes in those jabbed (except maybe memory issues though that could be age-related too).
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  19. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    This seems to be being retweeted a lot in the UK

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