The HCQ business again

As mentioned yesterday in an overkill way, it’s not HCQ in combination itself which is the issue, it is the suppression by Them – that is the reason we’re onto this.

I mean, we could present this:

… or this:

… or this:

… and the cabal-supporters will leap onto it.  Hell, even I can question that for ‘America’ to have a second opinion, at least it should be an informed opinion.

Those are informed above.

When doctors do make the effort to come out and break the blanket ban, then methinks that’s pretty informed, don’t you?  We’ve run a few videos of doctors opining on it and they all stated they’ve seen results.  Plus I have a mate whose good lady is in that field and she agrees with the cautious optimism.  Cautious, we said.

Coming back to the comment that HCQ can only have a placebo effect, I’m not disputing that but I am disputing two things:

1. In medicine, quite often something in combination works when the single item doesn’t, except with certain patients with certain conditions. That is so with me and the heart things – I’ve found that certain foods in combination, attached to that, works better overall then when I’m not having it.  Or I imagine they do.

Yet those foods have no known direct effect.

Plus the one the godless medical field has always ignored is the amazing ability of the patient to respond in the weirdest ways. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not into faith healing but I have seen recovery stories where all factors came together at the one time.

2. Once again, it’s not the efficacy that’s the issue here, it’s the suppression and why the suppression is so vehement.  If the suppression were partial, i.e. docs could still administer it in combination, not Joe Public – fine, there’s reasoning in that. But not pollies deciding this, nor social media.

That’s our issue. It’s the reason the initial contrary opinion is still up in comments but the subsequent remarks are not.

18 comments for “The HCQ business again

  1. Gilead: Twenty-one billion reasons to discredit hydroxychloroquine (Original Article)

    https://omnij.org/Gilead:_Twenty-one_billion_reasons_to_discredit_hydroxychloroquine_(ORIGINAL_ARTICLE)

    Many notables – French stopping over-counter sales early Jan before the general public knew about the planned-demic to mention just one.

    This one’s a good’un:-

    Independent researchers not beholden to big pharma quickly recognized the study to be predicated on a likely fraudulent dataset that included an impossible number of COVID-19 patients or deaths and an improbable number of partnerships with hospitals. Almost laughable if not for the gravity of the malfeasance, the dataset was provided by the unknown corporation Surgisphere with only five employees that included a science fiction writer and erotic model-for-hire posing as the Director of Sales. [17] Facing overwhelming evidence that the study was fraudulent, the authors retracted the study in less than two weeks from the date of publication. [18] [emphasis mine]

    • Thanks for that link. It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for to attempt to dislodge the scales from my socialist friend’s eyes. He’s coming back up here this week, you wouldn’t believe the wicked grin on my face right now!

  2. This is what Yale is up to:

    https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04460703

    “Covid-19 Vaccine Messagin, Part 1 – Full Text View – Clinical Trials.gov”

    Brief Summary:
    This study tests different messages about vaccinating against COVID-19 once the vaccine becomes available. Participants are randomized to 1 of 12 arms, with one control arm and one baseline arm. We will compare the reported willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine at 3 and 6 months of it becoming available between the 10 intervention arms to the 2 control arms.
    Study participants are recruited online by Lucid, which matches census based sampling in online recruitment.

    Basically a trial to see how they can “persuade” the sheeple to accept an arm-poke cocktail.

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