Re: Doctor critically assesses Drs. Malone & McCullough's claims
Posted by Ian M on January 20, 2022, 12:27 pm, in reply to "Re: Doctor critically assesses Drs. Malone & McCullough's claims"
Thanks T, |
re: American accents, yes, I'm just griping because so much of the stuff I end up watching on teh youtubes is from Americans. Don't know why UK dissidents aren't using the platform in a similar way and there aren't alt.media platforms of a similar calibre to Redacted Tonight, Breaking Points or even ol' Jimmy Dore. Even Russell Brand is pretty US-centric these days... Maybe TLN contributors should start a channel??
re: VAERS, I had another look through your previous exchanges with SB, and also based on what Prasad says above I can see why it might be ... controversial to rely on that data. You did well to triangulate with another source. As with so many things in the endless covid debates it's frustrating how dependent we are on blind trust in medical authorities, whichever side of the argument we look to find them on. It really feels like a religious war at this point, with the priesthood banding together to denounce heretics in the name of 'The Science', ie: all that is holy... Weird how everything is supposed to be so objective and verifiable, yet here we are reduced to interpreting data according to how much or little we trust doctors (and laypersons with VAERS, apparently) to reliably report adverse effects. Maybe they're biased in favour; maybe against, who knows? If anyone has a better way of navigating it, I'm all ears!
Good to hear your kid got a mild case. Will that seal the argument for him not getting the jab as well and relying on natural immunity to protect him in future? Don't think I've had it either, though I've not tested for every cold I've had over the last 2 winters (quite a few when we were in the caravan!) Now might be the best time for it if we're all going to catch it at some point, though I won't be going out of my way! (And this shouldn't be taken as me offering medical advice for other ppl obvs.)
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