Showing posts with label Healthcare. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Healthcare. Show all posts

Saturday, July 25, 2020

GERM-A-FOBIA: Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!

As I watch all the grown adults out there sheltering in place, wearing a mask, and cowering in fear for their lives, the only thing that compares to it is the Keystone Cops! --Al Colombo

image of a penny with 'In God We Trust' Hi, y'all!

Sitting in my office on this fine Saturday morning, I've been pondering all the strange sights I've encountered since March. Grown men and women wearing masks, cowering in their homes, deathly afraid of a mortality rate of 1% to 3% (depending on which source you quote).

Sadly, they're willing to sacrifice income and their very means of sustenance to assure their own life and the lives of others. Even worse yet, all of Society's Children are forced to wear them as well--thus taking on the germafob mentality of their Elders.

All of this puts me in mind of a famous historical event that took place during the founding of our nation.
"Give me liberty, or give me death!" is a quotation attributed to Patrick Henry from a speech he made to the Second Virginia Convention on March 23, 1775,[1] at St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.

Henry is credited with having swung the balance in convincing the convention to pass a resolution delivering Virginian troops for the Revolutionary War. Among the delegates to the convention were future U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. (click here)

The very idea of cowering in our homes because of something so small that you can't see it is frightening because we're up against an invisible enemy that cannot be discerned. And the worst part of all this is, for the very first time in this nation's 200+ year history, our own state governments are mandating this lock-downs. Again, I hear Patrick Henry as he stands during the convention, demanding that citizens wake up, stand up and be brave.
In March of 1775, the Second Virginia Convention met at St. John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia, to discuss the state’s strategy against the British. It was here that Patrick Henry delivered his most famous speech, ending with the quote, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” (click here)

Another sad note of realization is that today's children probably don't even recognize this famous saying, the man, or the reason why he said it. How could they? Their teachers are routinely dialing U.S. History out of their educational curriculum.

So what's the answer to all this? Is there truly a risk of dying from COVID-19?

Yes, there is a risk, for those who are old, those who have pre-existing health conditions. Those who follow my work already knows what I'm going to say next: "Protect those who are vulnerable and let the rest of the world go on living!"

In the coming days and weeks, I'll be posting information that will demonstrate how ridiculous this "sheltering in place" really is. Whether those of you who believe it's the right thing to do believe the experts and professionals is up to you.

Here's a good example: Aid Groups Call for Worldwide COVID-19 Bailout Amid Fears of Mass Hunger:

"As many as 12,000 people could die every day from COVID-linked hunger, which is more than those dying daily from the virus itself,” warns Oxfam America President Abby Maxman. Written by Alan Macleod (click here)

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Saturday, July 18, 2020

When COVID-19 Tests Are Actually NOT Tests But Rather Guesses & Approximations

The sudden rise in "Cases" and the push to "Test" more and more
of the population is more a war on definition
than anything... but to what end?

image of a penny with 'In God We Trust' When the Chinese Coronavirus situation of 2020 began, the word "Cases" seemed to have an entirely different meaning than what it now does.

When it began, a "case" seemed to pertain to those individuals who were verified to have contracted the disease--meaning they exhibited the symptoms. Now, the word means "positives," derived from administering COVID-19 tests to more and more people.

Here's another bit of information concerning certain individuals in the U.S. Gov't who, for whatever reason, are padding the numbers with reference to COVID-19.
Just rec'd from Gov's team - multiple test positives DO count as multiple cases.

It appears case numbers not deduplicated. (Translated: if I test positive multiple times (let's say 4X) then I count as four (4) cases.)

Until the ODH releases evidence that it is NOT happening, I don't know how we prove it. I have spotted the situation from past dives into the CSV file and hearing last night from an official that, yes, during routine testing multiple positives are going toward the case count.

Example--if someone tested positive and is contact traced that person, according to the source, is routinely tested. If that positive person tests positive three times before achieving the negative test threshold, then 4 cases come out of that one person situation.

Now...we also uncovered that the way positive tests are counted is wider than we initially expected--epidemiological evidence, presumptive laboratory evidence, vital records criteria. All three of these instances can be achieved without a true positive test.

In fact, one health department in central Ohio does count cases of family members of a person who "tested positive"--whether through a true test, lab, epidemiological or vital methodology.

In at least one confirmed instance there was a person who tested positive and the remaining three family members were also classified as covid positive; when questioned about why they were classified as positive, the CDC guidelines were mentioned and the rationale given was: better not to test to avoid the risk of transmission--safe thing is to just assume.

So from one family came 4 positives and three had not been tested; and I am not certain the first was tested or presumed positive.

We'll be publishing some additional information shortly that will give you a true idea of where all this is going. If you work in the health care field and you have something to add, a link to view, a view to see, connect with me through the contact form in the left sidebar. I look forward to exposing what you know.

Al Colombo


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