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  • Nothing there is a formal randomized controlled clinical drug study conducted by the drug company as required by any drug in the US wanting FDA approval to treat. Leave the design of a true scientific drug study to real scientists who know how to do it. None of those links meet that rigorous standard at all.

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    • Z,

      This statement is not fully correct.

      I signed up for the pfizer day 1 it was offered to my classification. Was not FDA approved then.

      Pfizer, Moderna & J&J had received Emergency Use Authorizations from the FDA. That is why we saw a staircase approach to who could get vaccinated.

      From the FDA's own website....

      The HHS Secretary declared that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of emergency use of drugs and biological products during the COVID-19 pandemic, pursuant to section 564 of the FD&C Act, effective March 27, 2020. The EUAs subsequently issued by FDA are listed in the table below this blue box.
      Full write up here on what is allowed under an EUA. The 3 vaccines fall fully within these parameters.

      “Loyalty to country ALWAYS. Loyalty to government, when it deserves it.”
      Mark Twain

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      • The company that makes ivermectin - one of those big, evil money grubbing drug companies - has specifically recommended people NOT use their drug to treat COVID. If there was any credible evidence that it worked they would be shouting it from every rooftop. Fortunes to be made there.

        Meanwhile dexamethasone, which is incrfedibly cheap, has been approved for use against COVID. Gosh, that doesn't fit the narrative.

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        • Originally posted by Bigfella View Post
          The company that makes ivermectin - one of those big, evil money grubbing drug companies - has specifically recommended people NOT use their drug to treat COVID. If there was any credible evidence that it worked they would be shouting it from every rooftop. Fortunes to be made there.

          Meanwhile dexamethasone, which is incrfedibly cheap, has been approved for use against COVID. Gosh, that doesn't fit the narrative.
          A steroid which suppresses the immune system and in this case an over reactive immune system in many and among the various steroids it is cheap.

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          • Protests in Melbourne turn violent. I can see this occurring in more countries if these lockdowns persist



            6 lockdowns in Melbourne turns out to be one lockdown too many



            what we saw today was a group of protesters that came together not to protest freedoms but simply to take on and have a fight with the police.

            That's what we saw. Angry aggressive young males there to fight the police not to protest about freedom --Commissioner Victoria Police
            235 arrests
            Last edited by Double Edge; 18 Sep 21,, 17:46.

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            • Originally posted by Double Edge View Post
              I can see this occurring in more countries if these lockdowns persist
              Eh, here the arrest numbers at anti-lockdown rallies are going down more recently. 1,000 arrested at a protest in Berlin in early August, only 600 at a protest there 4 weeks later.

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              • Holland. 19.11.2021 Riots in Rotterdam, due to the new 3-weeks lockdown. On the spot, many Feyenoord hooligans who clashed with the cops.
                https://twitter.com/HooligansTV_eu/s...91433594179589

                Cops are using live rounds against protesters in Netherlands. So this is where they are now.
                https://twitter.com/stillgray/status...44500221812738

                Can a rubber bullet knock a person over like that ?
                Last edited by Double Edge; 20 Nov 21,, 23:04.

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                • https://www.reuters.com/world/europe...pe-2021-11-20/

                  France is sending 250 police officers including 50 GIGN special forces to Guadeloupe in the Carribean, reinforcing 2000 police officers and gendarmes already there. Not sure whether that number doesn't also include the RSMA (training/reserve) battalion of the French Army, it seems a bit high otherwise for an island of 400,000.

                  In Guadeloupe anti-lockdown riots have injured multiple people, shots have been fired by rioters and vehicles and buildings, including a police station, have been set on fire. Some electrical infrastructure has been damaged leading to blackouts, street blockades were hindering access to hospitals etc. There is currently a night curfew set in place by the governor.


                  Shows damage more akin to a warzone as well as some looting, not on the measly scale we're used to in Europe.

                  Protesters in Guadeloupe are rioting against the mandatory health card necessary to show vaccination status and against mandatory vaccination for health personnel, with protests instigated by unions. Guadeloupe only has 33% of the population vaccinated, compared to 75% for mainland France.
                  Last edited by kato; 21 Nov 21,, 21:45.

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                  • Originally posted by Double Edge View Post

                    Can a rubber bullet knock a person over like that ? It would sting bad.
                    Absolutely. And it may be a bean bag round which also can knock someone down like that.
                    “Loyalty to country ALWAYS. Loyalty to government, when it deserves it.”
                    Mark Twain

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                    • Country wise vaccine donations tracker from Duke

                      https://launchandscalefaster.org/cov...ccinedonations

                      India was in the top 10 last month we seemed to have slipped to 14th by this month' end

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                      • I keep seeing reports like this

                        Gibraltar cancels Christmas celebrations amid Covid spike | Daily Express (UK) | Nov 17 2021


                        Gibraltar has seen an average of 47 cases per day over the last seven days.

                        Health Minister Ms Sacramento said: "The drastic increase in the numbers of people testing positive for COVID-19 in recent days is a stark reminder that the virus is still very prevalent in our community and that it is the responsibility of us all to take every reasonable precaution to protect ourselves and our loved ones.

                        "The vaccination programme for 12 to 15-year-olds and the booster vaccination programme are now underway, and Gibraltar received 4680 more doses this week.

                        In a statement released by the Gibraltar government, a spokesperson said: "Given the exponential rise in the number of cases, the Government, for example, intends to cancel a number of its own functions including official Christmas parties, official receptions and similar gatherings.

                        "The public is urged to avoid large gatherings, to wear a mask where prescribed by law or when they feel uncomfortable and to maintain a prudent social distance from other people."

                        In March, Gibraltar became the first nation in the world to fully vaccinate its entire adult population against coronavirus.

                        Gibraltar - with a population of approximately 34,000 people - has had 6,509 coronavirus and 98 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
                        Why are they still testing positive and exponentially so ?

                        They don't mention the age groups of the newly infected but i doubt its only or mostly under 18
                        Last edited by Double Edge; 24 Nov 21,, 22:02.

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                        • Things that make you go WHAT !!

                          Wait what? FDA wants 55 years to process FOIA request over vaccine data | Reuters | Nov 19 2021

                          The plaintiffs, a group of more than 30 professors and scientists from universities including Yale, Harvard, UCLA and Brown, filed suit in September in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, seeking expedited access to the records.

                          They say that releasing the information could help reassure vaccine skeptics that the shot is indeed “safe and effective and, thus, increase confidence in the Pfizer vaccine.”
                          Not if it takes so long


                          Justice Department lawyers representing the FDA note in court papers that the plaintiffs are seeking a huge amount of vaccine-related material – about 329,000 pages.

                          But the FDA can’t simply turn the documents over wholesale. The records must be reviewed to redact “confidential business and trade secret information of Pfizer or BioNTech and personal privacy information of patients who participated in clinical trials,” wrote DOJ lawyers in a joint status report filed Monday.

                          The FDA proposes releasing 500 pages per month on a rolling basis, noting that the branch that would handle the review has only 10 employees and is currently processing about 400 other FOIA requests
                          Yep 500 pages per month out of 329k works out to around 55 years by the time the whole lot is done.

                          They should file this case in another country, it might work out quicker
                          Last edited by Double Edge; 24 Nov 21,, 22:27.

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                          • Originally posted by Double Edge View Post
                            Why are they still testing positive and exponentially so ?
                            Their incidence rate is only around (below) 1,000, which isn't that unusual and which most countries in Europe being hit hard are approaching right now (Slovakia is at 1300 now, Austria at 1100; Germany is at 450).

                            Among unvaccinated in places in Europe where the Fourth Wave is fully impacting incidence rates are way beyond that at up to around 2,500 right now (e.g. kids in Austria).
                            Last edited by kato; 24 Nov 21,, 23:50.

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                            • Originally posted by kato View Post
                              Their incidence rate is only around (below) 1,000, which isn't that unusual and which most countries in Europe being hit hard are approaching right now (Slovakia is at 1300 now, Austria at 1100; Germany is at 450).

                              Among unvaccinated in places in Europe where the Fourth Wave is fully impacting incidence rates are way beyond that at up to around 2,500 right now (e.g. kids in Austria).
                              I suppose we will give it a few more months to see how things turn out.

                              Gibraltar will make for a nice case study about vaccine efficiency since the population is just 35k with all vaccinated and by that i understand second dose administered. Albeit to only over 18s.

                              Just how long it will take for herd immunity to kick in.

                              Meanwhile people are taking it easy in my city. I rarely see masks being worn. People think since they got their shots. They should be good. No ?

                              There is little fear.

                              The humidity has been averaging 70-80% these last few months. Not good for transmission. The eastern monsoons are slowly abating and then the dry season begins.

                              Guess what will happen by March when humidity will be 30%. Cases will shoot up. We will go into lockdown yet again.

                              Opposition will bash the govt.

                              Rinse and repeat : |
                              Last edited by Double Edge; 25 Nov 21,, 19:53.

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                              • The next best thing after traditional vaccines. Internasal vaccine.

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