Health at the End of a Needle

By Walter Graham

“Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”  – Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

        I feel like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz when she awakens and finds herself in a whole new world to the one she fell asleep in. The speed of the changes that Dorothy experienced from a cyclone have been matched by the speed at which society has found themselves immersed in a government induced reality that may never recover.

        These rocket-speed changes have created a society on the brink of an emotional meltdown. With the fever pitch of our pandemic-induced hysteria, we hurry to surrender our freedom for protection from a virus, one of the hundreds of thousands we have evolved with since the dawn of Man, without having honest facts on the numbers 

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By Scott C. Tips

Everywhere I go these days, I see armies of masked men and women. These masked people are not bandits, nor are they extras in a sci-fi film. Rather, these are people who are either genuinely concerned about protecting themselves (and others) from the COVID-19 virus or else are only wearing the masks due to peer pressure and/or a belief that State or other legislation, rules, or regulations mandate their use. There are staunch advocates on both sides of this face-mask divide.[i]

The Risk of Infection

Now that the dust has settled somewhat from the initial general reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic, a more dispassionate assessment has been made of the pandemic’s real risks and death rate. In fact, a recent Stanford/UCLA study found that a person in 

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Covid-19 had us all fooled, but now we might have finally found its secret

Written by libertymavenstock


Apr 5 · 8 min read

In the last 3–5 days, a mountain of anecdotal evidence has come out of NYC, Italy, Spain, etc. about COVID-19 and characteristics of patients who get seriously ill. It’s not only piling up but now leading to a general field-level consensus backed up by a few previously little-known studies that we’ve had it all wrong the whole time. Well, a few had some things eerily correct (cough Trump cough), especially with Hydroxychloroquine with Azithromicin, but we’ll get to that in a 

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Modern Medicine Knew of Zinc Cure

For Coronavirus Infections A Decade Ago But Failed To Put Into Practice

By Bill Sardi

The long-standing bias against natural over patentable synthetic molecules in the practice of medicine has now resulted in the avoidable premature death of thousands of the most vulnerable individuals and the abrupt and near-complete economic collapse of modern society due to an unwarranted over-response by health authorities, political overseers and sensationalist news media. The narrow and archaic vaccine-only paradigm to treat infectious 

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Well intentions only go so far…. Iatrogenesis

Dr. Bradford Weeks’ Comment: As an integrative medical doctor, I have been dispirited to learn that medicine in USA today is peculiar in that a doctor who saves a life using non-standard of care methods can have her or his license suspended, whereas the doctor who uses the standard of care and ends up killing a patient in an identical situation is given a pass. Not only that, doctors who carelessly addict patients to life ruining pain meds or who simply err and kill patients are also given a pass even if the number totals 225,000 in-patient deaths a year…

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Published Research and Articles on Vitamin C

as a Consideration for Pneumonia, Lung Infections, and the Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19)

by Graham Player, PhD, Andrew W. Saul, Damien Downing, MBBS, MRSB, and Gert Schuitemaker, PhD

(OMNS Mar 22, 2020) In 1936, Gander and Niederberger found that vitamin C lowered fever and reduced pain in pneumonia patients. Also, in 1936, Hochwald independently reported similar results. In 1946, Slotkin further reported that “Vitamin C has been used  

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