Why Ban 2 Potential COVID Cures? (Andrew Bolt)

TMR x"There is no good reason to ban two potential ‘COVID cures’ ", SkyNews.com.au (17 August 2020)

I have to say, Sky News Australia has been doing some good coverage of these kinds of issues recently. Here we see Sky News host Andrew Bolt question why two "cheap, generic drugs" are being pushed aside in favour of a promised vaccine some way down the line. Is it, he speculates, because there's "no big money in generic, no-label drugs for the big pharma companies"? I'm very glad these issues are being raised on MSM, but I wonder if this goes far enough.

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L-Lysine Saving Lives in Dominican Republic (Bo Karlicki)

TMR v"L-Lysine - Saving Lives in Dominican Republic", Dr. Jennifer Hibberd YouTube Channel (15 August 2020)

This is another "must see" video in my humble and medically-untrained opinion. Dr. Jennifer Hibberd—who, I confess, I know nothing about, but I think she might be a dentist—speaks to a man called Bo Karlicki (who admits to not being a medical professional) who lives in the Dominican Republic and who claims that he has had personal success in managing Covid-19 with a food supplement called L-Lysine. Now, if all that sounds like satire (which wouldn't be unknown on TMR), let me assure you it isn't.

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Australian Triple Therapy (Prof Thomas Borody)

TMR p"Professor Thomas Borody’s Ivermectin Triple Therapy", Triple M Night Shift omny.fm (12 August 2020)

Though short, this is an eye-opening interview. Professor Thomas Borody, MB, BS, BSc(Med), MD, PhD, DSc, FRACP, FACP, FACG, AGAF, Director of the Centre for Digestive Diseases, Sydney, Australia—(and I'm only listing that lot to show that he isn't someone who can easily be dismissed as a "quack")—briefly discusses his "Australian Triple Therapy" involving the drug Ivermectin, which he maintains can "treat and get rid of" Covid-19. But he also hints at forces that might not wish it to succeed.

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Kennedy vs Dershowitz Vaccine Debate

TMR f"Heated Vaccine Debate—Kennedy Jr. vs Dershowitz", Valuetainment YouTube channel (23 July 2020)

I expect that many of you will have seen this debate already, but if you haven't I recommend it highly. Lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr (of Children's Health Defense) and well-known US constitutional lawyer Alan Dershowitz battle it out over the question of mandatory vaccinations in the Covid-19 world. The debate is respectful, good-natured, frequently passionate, but above all full of startling information.

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Most Logically It Came From a Lab (Birger Sørensen)

TMR n"The most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory", minerva (02 July 2020)

This is a translation of a Norwegian article that includes excerpts from an interview with Norwegian virologist Birger Sørensen, in which he expresses his professional opinion that it is very unlikely that SARS-CoV-2 emerged naturally. It is worth reading for some of the reasons for his judgements (explained in a non-technical way), and for an explanation of some the sociological factors that suppress uncomfortable opinions in the scientific press.

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How a False HCQ Narrative Was Created (Meryl Nass MD)

TMR uMeryl Nass, MD, "How a false hydroxychloroquine narrative was created, and more", anthraxvaccine.blogspot.com (27 June 2020)

In my view, this is a very important posting by the epidemics and anthrax expert Dr. Meryl Nass. "In no special order" she presents "a list of what happened" in order to illustrate how the message about HCQ was shifted from safe and commonplace to "safe for its other uses, but dangerous when used for Covid-19". She asks: "Were these acts carefully orchestrated? You decide."

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Former French Health Minister Blows Whistle on Lancet Study

TMR z"HCQ Lancet Study - Former France Health Minister Blows Whistle", Virglie Faber YouTube channel (31 May 2020)

This is an important testimony. What he says doesn't exactly come as a surprise, because I'm sure many of us suspect that Big Pharma is regularly distoring research, but it's important to have this kind of evidence if our suspicions are to be more solidly grounded.

On 23rd May, Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD—a former French Minister for Health and one-time Under-Secretary-General of the UN—was interviewed on the French BFM TV (allegedly France's "most-watched news channel").

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HCQ Searching for Evidence (Myron Cohen, MD)

TMR rMyron S. Cohen, MD, "Hydroxychloroquine for the Prevention of Covid-19 — Searching for Evidence", The New England Journal of Medicine (03 June 2020)

No doubt there will be some people who think I'm being political about this—that I'm "pro-Trump", or "right wing", or "conservative", and therefore have some (hidden?) desire to champion the cause of hydroxychloroquine advocacy—but the simple fact is, I keep banging on about HCQ simply because I suspect it is not being fairly assessed by the scientific establishment, and I "smell a rat". And that bothers me.

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Now Retracted! (The Lancet)

TMR o"Retraction: "Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis" ", The Lancet (04 June 2020)

So now The Lancet is retracting the article! — Good — It seems to me that it should never have been accepted for publication in the first place, given the rapidity with which its shortcomings came to light. Again, good on all those concerned professionals who complained about it, and good on The Guardian for reporting on it.

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Good News (It Seems) on WHO HCQ Trial

TMR i Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: https://twitter.com/DrTedros/status/1268251230406672385 (03 June 2020)

Aha, so now (according to its Director-General Tedros) the WHO is going to resume its hydroxychloroquine study. There's no mention in Tedros' announcement of the dodgy study in The Lancet, but just that the "Solidarity Trial Data Safety & Monitoring Committee" has now had the chance to look at the data and has concluded that it can go ahead after all. Good. Well, let's hope that the study does go ahead and that it's fair and balanced. (I'm not holding my breath on that, as the expression goes, but at least this is a positive development.) Well done to all those professionals who kicked up a fuss about the piece in The Lancet; it looks like it had an effect.

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"...the more implausible any of it seems..." (Prof. Joe Jarvis)

TMR f Professor Joe Jarvis, "...the more implausible any of it seems...", threader.app (31 May 2020)

Professor Joe Jarvis—a UK NIHR Global Health Research Professor currently based in Botswana—shares his twitter thread in which he complains of data implausibility in the Lancet study based on his research experience in Africa.

"Based on my group’s research experience in southern Africa, even in settings with the most developed electronic medical records systems in sub-Saharan Africa such as South Africa or Botswana, this kind of data cannot be obtained."—Jarvis

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A Study Out of Thin Air (James M Todaro, MD)

TMR t James M Todaro, MD, "A Study Out of Thin Air", medicineuncensored.com (29 May 2020)

James M. Todaro (MD Columbia) takes a preliminary look at the mysterious company Surgisphere, the controversial data firm behind the infamous Lancet study that recently poured cold water on HCQ and CQ as treatments for Covid-19. (It was that study in The Lancet that prompted—or gave the excuse?—for the WHO to put on hold its Solidarity Trial of HCQ as a treatment for Covid-19.)

"Misinformation is bad. Misinformation in medicine is worse. Misinformation from a prestigious medical journal is the worst."—Todaro

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An Open Letter to Mehra et al & The Lancet (Dr James Watson)

TMR c "An open letter to Mehra et al and The Lancet", via Zenodo.org

This is a very important development. In response to the recent study in The Lancet—which prompted the WHO to pause its Solidarity Trial of HCQ as a treatment for Covid-19—there has now appeared an open letter to the authors of the study and The Lancet's editor-in-chief, Richard Horton. In the letter, signed by a large number of "clinicians, medical researchers, statisticians, and ethicists from across the world", Dr. James Watson (Senior Scientist at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit in Thailand) picks through The Lancet study and reports an array of "methodological and data integrity concerns" that demand explanations. The letter also calls for transparency from Surgisphere, the company that crunched the data for the Lancet study, and from The Lancet itself in terms of the peer-review process that led to its publication.

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Lab Escape Theory Gains Scientific Support (GMWatch)

TMR z "Lab escape theory of SARS-CoV-2 origin gaining scientific support", GMWatch.org (28 May 2020)

I was hoping to be able to reproduce this article here at TMR, but GMWatch didn't respond to my request. Oh well, no hard feelings. I nevertheless urge you to read it.

Contrary to the mantra in the MSM, that real scientists are convinced the virus has an entirely natural origin, this informative article paints a different picture, one of significant and growing dissent from that view by equally real scientists.

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United Nations New World Order

TMR g The United Nations New World Order, "https://unnwo.org/".

Isn't it funny? Occasionally—though very rarely, I have to admit—I have been accused of being crazy for using the term "New World Order" in the subtitle to this website. Apparently, it must mean that I think "the Illuminati", or "the Jews", or "the Freemasons", or "the Jesuits", or "the Reptilians", or perhaps all of them together (!) are secretly running the world.

Update 03.12.2020: Mm, their website has no information on it now. That's odd. Still, the "Happytalism" website seems to have come back (see below).

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Yale Epidemiologist Urges Early HCQ + AZ Therapy (COVEXIT)

TMR p "Yale Epidemiology Professor Urges Hydroxychloroquine & Azithromycin Early Therapy for COVID-19", CovExit.com (28 May 2020)

On the same day that Anthony Fauci confidently said of HCQ that "the scientific data is really quite evident now about the lack of efficacy for it", the American Journal of Epidemiology accepted a manuscript by the Yale Professor of Epidemiology Harvey Risch, MD PhD, entitled "Early Outpatient Treatment of Symptomatic, High-Risk Covid-19 Patients that Should be Ramped-Up Immediately as Key to the Pandemic Crisis" in which he urges the use of "HCQ+AZ and HCQ+doxycycline, preferably with zinc" for "high-risk Covid-19 outpatients."

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Doubts About HCQ/CQ Lancet Study Mount

TMR u Doubts about Lancet HCQ/CQ study continue to mount

Following the infamous Lancet study "Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis"—which recently prompted the World "Health" Organisation to "pause" its Solidarity Trial of HCQ as a treatment for Covid-19The Guardian reports that Australian researchers are now disputing the reliability of the Lancet study: "Questions raised over hydroxychloroquine study which caused WHO to halt trials for Covid-19".



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Yarndling Hits the Urban Dictionary !

YarndlingScrimmers "Yarndling", The Urban Dictionary (Please be aware that The Urban Dictionary contains material that may offend.)

It is with great pleasure that TMR announces the inclusion of the term "yarndling" in The Urban Dictionary, the well-known online dictionary. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, or the craft (art/sport) to which it refers, I can do no better than to point you to the very informative interview we had a few years back with the yarndling historian Campbell Adams. (In the picture we see yarndling scrimmers, two wooden devices traditionally held in bifurcated chorns during the priming of tarifolds.)

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Global CQ/HCQ Study - No Zinc? (COPCOV)

TMR t "Chloroquine/ Hydroxychloroquine Prevention of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in the Healthcare Setting (COPCOV)", ClinicalTrials.gov (2020)

Please forgive me if I've missed something here, but I've looked through the protocol for this much-touted global study on the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine (and chloroquine) as possible preventatives of COVID-19, and I see no mention of zinc. My understanding (and I may be wrong) is that proponents of HCQ typically recommend using HCQ in combination with zinc supplementation, not least because (again, as I understand it, and I may be wrong) HCQ can act as a zinc ionophore. So why—so it appears—is zinc not included?

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