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Ground Truths 15003 implied HN points 13 Mar 24
  1. The global excess mortality due to Covid has reached about 30 million lost lives, impacting life expectancy in 204 countries. Long Covid continues to affect tens of millions worldwide.
  2. Vaccination rates and political affiliation have shown stark differences in Covid death rates, with data indicating the protective benefits of boosters for older individuals.
  3. New variants of SARS-CoV-2, like BA.2.87.1, are being monitored for mutations, with the current consensus suggesting it is less immune-evasive. Vaccines have shown major protection against cardiovascular outcomes.
uTobian 8235 implied HN points 06 Feb 24
  1. Enclosure historically happens under any system that wants to industrialize.
  2. Pharma has captured the state through various acts and profits from selling treatments for vaccine injuries.
  3. Covid represents an extreme form of enclosure by the ruling class for profit, through actions like vaccine mandates.
Pierre Kory’s Medical Musings 8254 implied HN points 18 Jan 24
  1. Dr. Hoffe faced consequences for raising concerns about Covid vaccine safety and experienced backlash from the medical community.
  2. The College hired an expert who criticized Dr. Hoffe's statements on Covid, but Dr. Kory disputes the conclusions, pointing to evidence that the expert report was biased.
  3. Dr. Kory provided a detailed expert report defending Dr. Hoffe, highlighting the efficacy of ivermectin in preventing Covid and criticizing the disinformation tactics used to suppress this information.
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The Forgotten Side of Medicine 5975 implied HN points 07 Feb 24
  1. The bioweapons research industry poses a danger to society and has built a profitable industry around fear.
  2. Lab leaks from bioweapons research have caused harm and need to be addressed to prevent disasters.
  3. Public awareness and pushback against the bioweapons industry can help derail their plans and protect society.
Pierre Kory’s Medical Musings 7036 implied HN points 25 Jan 24
  1. The Canadian government restricted access to ivermectin, leading to Canadians seeking veterinary sources of the medication.
  2. A coordinated public relations campaign was launched to discourage the use of ivermectin, involving federal agencies, media, and health organizations.
  3. Physicians faced challenges accessing and prescribing ivermectin due to restrictions, leading some to consider the use of veterinary versions in treating COVID-19 patients.
Common Sense with Bari Weiss 3125 implied HN points 16 Mar 24
  1. D.A. Henderson, an epidemiologist, warned that pandemic lockdowns may not effectively stop a disease but could lead to severe public health consequences.
  2. Lockdowns during the pandemic caused disruptions in education, social development, mental health issues, domestic violence, and overdose deaths, highlighting the broader impacts of such measures.
  3. Public health should focus on not just stopping a disease but also consider the broader health of society, including targeted protection for the ill and medically vulnerable, to avoid harmful consequences of overreaction like societal shutdowns.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 4913 implied HN points 22 Jan 24
  1. Bill Gates is being accused of attempting to reduce the world population through a 'peaceful culling'.
  2. WHO and Big Pharma are being criticized for promoting a potential 'Disease X' that could be 20 times deadlier than COVID-19.
  3. There are concerns about a lack of transparency and a hidden agenda behind global health decisions and pandemic predictions.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 3518 implied HN points 27 Jan 24
  1. Hospitals in Massachusetts are on the verge of collapse despite decreasing COVID-19 cases nationwide.
  2. The VAIDS epidemic is leading to overwhelming hospitalizations, with various hospitals struggling with patient overflow.
  3. It's suggested to avoid vaccines and use repurposed drugs and supplements to protect against illnesses like flu and RSV.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 3577 implied HN points 24 Jan 24
  1. Bill Gates is involved in projects like global tracking tattoos and genetically modified mosquitoes.
  2. There are concerns raised about Bill Gates funding schemes that involve cutting down forests and deploying GMO Frankenmosquitos.
  3. There is skepticism and caution advised regarding Bill Gates' projects to control and monitor the population.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 3301 implied HN points 23 Jan 24
  1. Vaccines have a history of enhancing disease, rather than just being ineffective.
  2. Research studies have shown severe side effects in animals from certain vaccines.
  3. The emergency authorization of vaccines bypassed normal trial processes, raising concerns.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 3400 implied HN points 19 Jan 24
  1. American Cancer Society projects over 2 million cancer diagnoses for the first time in 2024
  2. Younger individuals are increasingly being diagnosed with colorectal cancer
  3. Discussion on alternative drugs like Ivermectin and Fenbendazole for potential cancer treatment
Slow Boring 7842 implied HN points 10 Oct 23
  1. The 'Deaths of Despair' narrative linking declining life expectancy to social and political trends like right-populist politics has fundamental statistical flaws.
  2. The increase in deaths of despair is mainly due to opioid overdoses and differences in pharmaceutical marketing laws between the US and Europe.
  3. Public health outcomes differing between states can be attributed to the implementation (or lack thereof) of paternalistic health policies.
Your Local Epidemiologist 1381 implied HN points 14 Mar 24
  1. Public health messaging sounded like a sales pitch, leading to a loss of trust due to data issues, messaging inaccuracies, and a mix of advocacy with scientific communication.
  2. Helpful information, like practical tips for care and specific risk factors, was missing, causing confusion and fear among the public.
  3. Opinions being treated as facts and a disconnect between personal experiences and the official narrative led to frustration and loss of trust, but some improvements are being made to address these issues.
The Gauntlet 3970 implied HN points 22 Dec 23
  1. The press helped create a false narrative about the severity and implications of continuing COVID infections, downplaying risks and long-term effects.
  2. Misinformation and changing narratives from media outlets influenced public perception and acceptance of repeated COVID infections.
  3. The normalization of illness and demonization of preventive measures during the Biden administration has led to a lack of focus on community health and solidified a divide between 'vulnerable' and 'normal' populations.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 2476 implied HN points 03 Feb 24
  1. Ivermectin's effectiveness was smeared to protect the revenue from COVID vaccines.
  2. Dr. Pierre Kory believes the smear campaign against Ivermectin led to millions of deaths worldwide.
  3. There are claims that Ivermectin has potential in treating cancer and other diseases.
Your Local Epidemiologist 1735 implied HN points 20 Feb 24
  1. YLE has reached its 4th anniversary with continuous growth and a dedicated audience.
  2. The YLE audience is globally diverse, primarily in North America and Australia, with a strong trend of educated readers interested in healthcare and science.
  3. Looking into the future, YLE plans to expand its content beyond virus-related topics, engage more in local health issues, and diversify its audience.
RESCUE with Michael Capuzzo 1965 implied HN points 09 Feb 24
  1. The article highlights concerns about the safety and effectiveness of Paxlovid as doctors start to drop it due to drug interactions and research linking it to Covid rebounds and virus shedding.
  2. Pfizer is heavily promoting Paxlovid amidst concerns, transitioning from Emergency Use Authorization to FDA approval at a much higher price, despite struggles to market the drug successfully.
  3. There is a push to stigmatize skeptics of Paxlovid as 'anti-paxxers,' paralleling previous campaigns against alternative treatments like ivermectin.
Unsafe 2594 implied HN points 17 Jan 24
  1. Fentanyl crisis misdirected blame towards China instead of addressing real sources like Mexico.
  2. International efforts have reduced China's involvement in fentanyl trade, but the issue persists from other countries like India.
  3. Blaming China for fentanyl deaths deflects focus from tackling problems closer to home, like Mexican cartel activities.
2nd Smartest Guy in the World 2731 implied HN points 11 Jan 24
  1. The World Economic Forum is planning a follow-up 'pandemic' at their annual meeting.
  2. Disease X was preplanned by the WHO, showing a pattern with previous global health crises.
  3. Access to repurposed drugs like Ivermectin and Fenbendazole is seen as a threat to those behind the 'pandemics.'
The FLCCC Alliance Community 2496 implied HN points 07 Jan 24
  1. Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo wants to halt mRNA COVID-19 vaccines due to concerns over DNA contamination.
  2. Dr. Paul Marik found that simple lifestyle changes and repurposed drugs can prevent cancer.
  3. Dr. Robert Malone criticizes public health for failing and spreading misinformation about vaccine safety.
Human Flourishing 2162 implied HN points 17 Jan 24
  1. Covid mRNA vaccines were obtained without safety oversight via military acquisition paths.
  2. Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) was used for Covid vaccines, designed for responding to bioterrorism situations.
  3. HHS partnered with DoD to utilize DoD's Other Transaction Authorities to bypass safety regulations for vaccine development.
Alexander News Network -Dr. Paul Elias Alexander's substack 2240 implied HN points 11 Jan 24
  1. Dr. Paul Alexander emphasizes no forgiveness for fake COVID.
  2. Punishment and justice are demanded for those who caused harm.
  3. Calls for accountability, no closure, and proper public inquiries.
Slow Boring 1690 implied HN points 02 Feb 24
  1. The post discusses right-wing conspiracy theories about Taylor Swift, but does not endorse them.
  2. There's an observation that Taylor Swift's song 'Karma' may contain elements from an older song, 'Music is My Hot Hot Sex' by CSS.
  3. The post highlights positive news stories like Medicaid expansion, newborn great white sharks, and successful transit projects.
¡Do Not Panic! 1572 implied HN points 31 Jan 24
  1. Public health gains against infectious diseases have always been fought for and achieved in a social context, not just through medicine.
  2. Clean air and water have been crucial in reducing disease outbreaks throughout history.
  3. Vaccines and treatments should be the last line of defense in public health, not the first.