Doctor’s Organization Has Treated Over 150,000 COVID-19 Patients With 99.99% Survival, by Meiling Lee

Imagine, early prevention with the right remedies dramatically cuts the Covid-19 death rate. Too many people have died from following the official protocols. From Meiling Lee at The Epoch Times via zerohedge.com:

A doctor who has been offering free telehealth services to COVID-19 patients during the pandemic says that early treatment for COVID-19 works, claiming that he has a 99.99 percent survival rate.

“We have a team of volunteer free doctors that donate their time to help treat these patients that come to us,” Dr. Ben Marble, the founder of myfreedoctor.com, an online medical consultation service, said at a roundtable discussion hosted by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) on Jan. 24.

He added, “We deliver the early treatment protocols to them as early as we can, and we have a 99.99 percent survival rate. So, I believe myfreedoctor.com, the free volunteered doctors have settled the science on this—early treatment works, period!”

A paramedic prepares an ambulance at Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus, N.J., on Dec. 11, 2020. (Kena Betancur/AFP via Getty Images)

Marble was answering Johnson’s question about what people can do if they or their loved ones have COVID-19.

People can visit the website myfreedoctor.com, create an account, and fill out a patient intake form if the doctors are accepting new patients for that day. One of the doctors will then reach out in less than 24 hours. With a huge demand for their services, the physicians say they can only “accept a certain number of patients each day.”

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What Would A Mini-Iceage Look and Feel Like? From Cold Climate Change

Maybe the “official” science on climate change is as wrong as the “official” science has been on Covid. From Cold Climate Change at coldclimatechange.com:

A winter storm will impact 100 million people in the United States. That was last week. This week is more of the same but with incredible cold added. In an elevated valley of northeast West Virginia on Saturday morning, 125 miles west of Washington, the temperature at a weather station in Canaan Valley plunged to -31F (-35C) — the coldest reading on record in that part of the state.

Unprecedented blizzards battered parts of Pakistan recently, including the hilltop town of Murree, where deep drifts and felled trees blocked roads, trapping thousands of vehicles and killing at least 23 people. One Pakistani woman, trapped in her car for hours by the record snowfall, described how she “saw death” in front of her as she waited for help.

Samina said she left her home at 16:00 local time to travel to Murree but soon found herself among those trapped in the snow: “I could see death in front of me,” she said. “It was like there were snow peaks built around our car… I can’t explain in words what I was going through. We were praying God may help us, and we shouldn’t perish in a snowstorm.”

Conditions conspired to dump 1.5m (5ft) of snow within just a few hours. “It was unprecedented,” said Tariq Ullah, an official in the nearby town of Nathiagali. “There were strong winds, uprooted trees, avalanches. People around were terrified.” Samina was finally rescued at 10:00 the following day. Ten children were confirmed to have perished in the storm, and at least 13 others were not so lucky.

Over the weekend in India, heavy, record-breaking snow across the higher reaches of Himachal has brought life to a standstill, blocking more than 730 roads, including four national highways; shutting down more than 700 electricity transformers, mainly in Shimla, Lahaul-Spiti, and Chamba, which has caused widespread power outages; and halting over 100 water supply systems.

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More Presidential Killings, by Andrew P. Napolitano

With each new administration, the pool of people the president may lawfully kill expands. From Andrew P. Napolitano at lewrockwell.com:

Secretly and quietly, the Biden administration has continued to use the killing machine crafted by President George W. Bush, expanded by President Barack Obama and employed from time to time by President Donald Trump. These presidents have used drones and other unmanned missiles and projectiles to target persons in foreign countries with which the United States is not at war.

They have done this notwithstanding the prohibition of taking life, liberty or property from any person — not just any American, but any person — in the Constitution each has sworn to uphold, and they have done so pursuant to secret rules that they themselves have established for these killings.

Last week, 11 senators and 39 members of the House of Representatives — Democrats all — to their credit sent a harshly worded letter to President Joseph R. Biden asking him to stop the killings. As of this writing, he has not publicly replied.

Here is the backstory.

The purpose of the Bill of Rights — the first 10 amendments to the Constitution — is to protect personal liberty by restraining the government.

The Fifth Amendment prohibits killing persons, restraining liberty and taking property without due process; that means a jury trial at which the government must prove fault. Until President Abraham Lincoln waged war on half the country, the operative clause in the Fifth Amendment was understood to prohibit all federal killing without a declaration of war or due process.

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Bipartisanship: US House Races MASSIVE Ukraine Weapons Transfer to the Floor! by Daniel McAdams

Congress critters fall all over themselves to give defense contractors money. From Daniel McAdams at lewrockwell.com:

In Washington the global US military empire is a bipartisan affair. With a trillion dollar yearly military budget, there are plenty of opportunities for both the position and the opposition parties to thrust snouts deeply into the trough.

While Ron Paul was in Congress and GW Bush was president, we did a good deal to craft a bipartisan antiwar coalition in opposition to the Iraq war and other Bush-ite neocon misadventures.  Then Obama was elected and pursued the same policies of global military empire – but with a better smile – and our coalition disintegrated. Suddenly the Democrats (with a couple of exceptions) were uninterested in the antiwar issue.

Such is the case now, when Obama’s great “success” – the US-led coup in Ukraine – is back in the headlines. Now Obama’s second fiddle is “in charge” of things and those under him who pull the levers are determined to solidify their “great achievement” of peeling Ukraine away from its neighbor and dropping that basket-case into the lap of Brussels and Washington. So for the past five weeks they have been ginning up the idea that Russia is about to invade Ukraine – even when Ukraine’s own defense secretary is practically laughing at Washington’s breathless assertions.

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Letter to the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners, by Margaret Anna Alice

The Yamhill County Board of commissioners wants more balanced information on Covid, and Margaret Anna Alice gives it to them, in spades. From Margaret Anna Alice at margaretannaalice.substack.com:

On the Proposal to Include More Balanced COVID Information on the Yamhill County Public Health Website

Letter to the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners; Man Drawing Formulas on Chalkboard, e=mc2

“Science can flourish only in an atmosphere of free speech.”

—Albert Einstein

I understand you will be meeting to discuss the inclusion of more balanced information on COVID at your website.

Lindsay Berschauer, Casey Kulla, and Mary Starrett, I applaud you for this effort and enthusiastically encourage you to honor the sacred process of scientific inquiry; respect the intellectual capacity and discernment of Oregonians; and provide full transparency regarding data, policymaking, and other COVID-related topics.

To cite another Einstein quote:

“A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.”

I would specifically like to request more balanced information and transparency about:

  • data on breakthrough infections
  • the tallying methodologies and changing goal posts for categorizing unvaccinated vs. vaccinated in reports on cases, hospitalizations, breakthrough infections, and deaths (e.g., “unvaccinated” may include those within the first 14 days post-vaccination, those without their second vaccination, those without a booster, those who were inoculated at a pharmacy or other vendor outside the Asante or Providence system, etc.)
  • testing protocols, including the PCR test cycle thresholds used since testing began
  • deaths “with” vs. “from” COVID
  • mortality and hospitalization data, including ages and comorbidities for COVID-classified deaths and hospitalizations
  • VAERS adverse events data on injuries and fatalities for those injected with the Pfizer, Moderna, and/or Johnson & Johnson vaccines
  • stories and testimonials of those injured or bereaved following COVID vaccination
  • resources and options for individuals who have become disabled or suffered the loss of loved ones following COVID vaccination as well as for those who have lost income due to the unconstitutional and coercive employer mandate
  • financial incentives provided to hospitals and other medical facilities for reporting COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths
  • financial incentives provided to educational institutions, school boards, employers, and other agencies for enforcing COVID policies
  • financial disincentives and other institutional pressures to suppress COVID vaccine–related injuries and deaths and discourage autopsies
  • training and awareness programs for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals regarding the legal requirement to file VAERS reports documenting all post-vaccination injuries and fatalities

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Biden To Nominate Progressive Woman Of Color Elizabeth Warren To Supreme Court

From The Babylon Bee:

WASHINGTON, D.C.—As progressive Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement this week, President Biden wasted no time in nominating a progressive woman of color to the Supreme Court: Elizabeth Warren.

“I’m proud to nominate noble Cherokee savage Elizabeth Warren to the highest court in the land,” said Biden. “She’s a noted woman of color and I know she’ll do a heck of a job–just like she did against my Tennessee militiamen at the Tugaloo River. Wow, she took so many scalps that day folks. Just give this injun lady a chance, will ya?”

Warren graciously accepted the nomination as a “victory for her people” and promised future court rulings would rubber-stamp every single unconstitutional law. “The Constitution is a white man’s document anyway,” she said. “Document no good.” she then spat on the ground.

If confirmed, Warren will serve a lifetime appointment, remaining on the bench until she has scalped every last billionaire.

https://babylonbee.com/news/biden-to-nominate-progressive-woman-of-color-elizabeth-warren-to-supreme-court

Russia’s Red Line, by Patrick Lawrence

If Russia adheres to its red line it will have benefits far beyond Russia. From Patrick Lawrence at consortiumnews.com:

It is absolutely necessary that Moscow holds the line for the sake of a new security order in Europe and a sustainably stable world order in our time.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, left, with President Vladimir Putin in 2017. (The Kremlin)

“They must understand,” Sergei Lavrov said in one of his many public statements last week, “that the key to everything is the guarantee that NATO will not expand eastward.”

The Russian foreign minister has repeated this thought almost ad infinitum lately. He speaks, of course, of the Biden administration and the diplomats who bear its messages to others.

Here is another of Lavrov’s recent utterances:

“We are very patient… we have been harnessing [burdens] for a very long time, and now it’s time for us to go.”

I do not know quite what Lavrov means by “harnessing burdens.” I suspect it is a translation problem, and he said something closer to “bearing burdens.” But it is perfectly clear what he means when he says it is time for Russia to go: He means it is time to advance beyond the status quo, move on from post–Cold War security arrangements that have allowed NATO, in the name of the Atlantic alliance, to aggress toward the Russian Federation’s western borders more or less at will since the Soviet Union met its end.

All that Lavrov, President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials have said and done since the Ukraine crisis re-erupted late last year indicate one simple, hard-as-granite reality. In consequence of the many pointedly provocative moves the West, notably the U.S. and Britain, have made in Ukraine over the past year, our planet now has a brand-new red line etched upon it.

I hope Russia draws it in the deepest scarlet. As a diplomatic tactic, red lines are not very often advisable: They tend to paint the painter of the line into a corner. This one is absolutely necessary if we are to see a new security order in Europe. A new security order in Europe is essential if we are to achieve a sustainably, stable world order in our time.

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World Boris Johnson Posing as Churchill on Ukraine Is Slapstick Example of War-as-Distraction, by Finian Cunningham

Boris needs something huge to divert attention from his own rank hypocrisy. Ukraine doesn’t really fit the bill. From Finian Cunningham at strategic-culture.org:

Boris Johnson attempting to start a war with Russia partly over an illicit birthday party is a descent into deplorable and gutless slapstick.

The old dictum is truer than ever that stoking conflict in some distant land is an effective distraction from domestic political woes. But in the case of British prime-minister Boris Johnson, the ruse descends into farce.

Johnson is counting the days until his Conservative party finally gets rid of this train-wreck of a leader. Lies, incompetence and scandals ooze from Downing Street under his watch. Even Britain’s Tory press has given up on its loyalty to Johnson who is now seen as an irredeemable election liability for Conservatives.

That’s why Johnson’s “warning” to Russia this week of “severe consequences” if it invades Ukraine sounds downright comical. His attempt at showing political spine abroad is belied by the image of his reputation at home resembling a wobbly jelly.

Johnson claimed with a straight face that the British intelligence was “clear” that Russia is planning to invade Ukraine and install a puppet regime in Kiev. He went on to say that Britain was “leading” the way among NATO allies for inflicting dire economic costs on Russia. This is in spite of the ropey British story being rubbished as not having a shred of credibility.

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Moscow to Washington: “Remove the Nukes on Our Doorstep and Stop the Eastward Push”, by Mike Whitney

Ask anybody who criticizes Russia’s stance on NATO and weaponry on its doorstep in Ukraine how they’d feel if Russian or Chinese weapons and troops were stationed in Mexico or Canada. From Mike Whitney at unz.com:

“There arrives a moment of truth when the West either accepts our proposals or other ways will be found to safeguard Russia’s security.” Konstantin Gavrilov, head of the Russian delegation at the Vienna negotiations

Here’s a simple way to test your understanding of the current US-Russia standoff. All you need to do is answer one very-basic question about the nature of the conflict, and that answer will determine whether you understand what is actually going on or not. Here’s the question:

What is the source of the confrontation between the US and Russia in the Ukraine:

  1. Russia has amassed over 100,000 combat troops near Ukraine’s eastern border and is threatening to invade.
  2. Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to rebuild the Soviet Empire by expanding Russia’s territory beyond its borders.
  3. The western media has concocted a fake storyline about a “Russian invasion” to divert attention from Moscow’s reasonable demands for legally-binding security guarantees that address the pressing issue of hostile foreign armies (NATO) and nuclear missiles on Russia’s doorstep.
  4. None of the above.

If you picked Number 3, then pat yourself on the back, that is the right answer. (Please, see: “There Is No Russian Invasion Threat To Ukraine”, Moon of Alabama; Quote: “The story of Russian preparations for an invasion of the Ukraine is made up from whole cloth.”) The current crisis has nothing to do with the fictitious “Russian invasion” that was invented to conceal the real issue. The real issue is Russian security and the demands that Russia has made in the form of two draft treaty agreements. The western media– in concert with the Intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, the Biden administration, and the US foreign policy establishment– have done everything in their power to prevent the American people from reading the contents of these draft treaties for fear that they will see that Russia’s demands are both reasonable and appropriate. Russia isn’t asking for anything more than any sovereign country should expect. As FDR famously said, “Security for one, is security for all.” We support that sentiment and we think the American people do too.

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