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shirnask wrote:
Is indoor plumbing a new concept?

Seems as though those “hospitals” are pretty much what would be the result if The Authorities™ would just dump sick people into a stadium or a quarry.

They ain’t for curing anyone, but sequestering ‘em ‘til they either get better or die, no preference on which.

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An eye opener from a couple people who’ve lived in china for 20yrs, and both married to chinese woman. One is married to a chinese physician, not sure what the other one does. They are both speak fluent mandarin. Way more people infected than being reported

Youtuber SerpentZA (Winston)

Youtuber Laowhy86

Both of them together youtube stream Jan. 24th

According to Wikipedia “Youtuber SerpentZA (Winston)” was a English teacher and Motorcycle manufacturer, and blogger in China. Wiki does not mention anything about him being a medical doctor as he states in the embedded videos.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winston_Sterzel

In one of the videos Winston said he taught doctors western bedside manner and basic hygiene in a hospital setting. I inferred from that statement he meant he was a doctor also.

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Lightbringer wrote:
shirnask wrote:
Is indoor plumbing a new concept?

Seems as though those “hospitals” are pretty much what would be the result if The Authorities™ would just dump sick people into a stadium or a quarry.

They ain’t for curing anyone, but sequestering ‘em ‘til they either get better or die, no preference on which.

So that translates to “concentration camp”

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shirnask wrote:
Lightbringer wrote:
shirnask wrote:
Is indoor plumbing a new concept?

Seems as though those “hospitals” are pretty much what would be the result if The Authorities™ would just dump sick people into a stadium or a quarry.

They ain’t for curing anyone, but sequestering ‘em ‘til they either get better or die, no preference on which.

So that translates to “concentration camp”


Except nobody went to a concentration camp to “get better.”
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Best method is still to boost our own immune systems with proven methods.  I used to get colds and flu's all the time until I woke up and starting changing my diet and also when I eat.  I have a neighbour over 90 years old living next door to me and her biggest secret is avoiding any food after 5pm.  She still walks to the community post boxes 500 metres away 5 days a week and looks fine no matter if it's +35C or -35C.  She never misses a beat.  My Uncle who seemed to live forever told me the exact same thing.  Starve your body at night and you'll avoid a lot of problems.

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shirnask wrote:
Lightbringer wrote:
They ain’t for curing anyone, but sequestering ‘em ‘til they either get better or die, no preference on which.

So that translates to “concentration camp”

For quite obvious reasons I specifically avoided using that term.

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I could mention colloidal silver, which I’ve successfully used several times to knock back a cold/flu dead in its tracks, but I don’t want the peanut gallery to go shouting me down.

It typically goes something like this:

"I've used c-Ag to knock back a cold/flu dead in its tracks."

"That's a bunch of hooey! Shut up!"

"Umm, I've *used* it and have *seen* and *experienced* it working."

"We don't care! It's still hooey! Shut up!"

"Yeahrightwhatever..."

and it only goes downhill from there.

People here will pick fights over anything, so do your own research and come to your own conclusions. I’m just putting it out there for anyone who has an open mind.

 

And I make it myself (tedious, time-consuming), so I don’t roll the dice with store-bought which can be any concentration, even 0ppm.

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^ CS is one of the best things in my cabinet.  If we are both thinking the same thing, the standard naysayers will come out in full force until this thread is locked!

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Lightbringer wrote:

People here will pick fights over anything

I've noticed that.

I'm trying to not get into arguments on BLF, but sometimes I get sucked into them.

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I hear copper will stop them dead on their tracks. Yum. Evil

Hmmm, have a bottle of colloidal Ag somewhere.
Bring on the Hunanvirus Kung Flu? Sick

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Wellp, c-Ag keeps viruses from replicating. It confuses the mechanism so they can’t make copies of their RNA.

Remember the days of boxes of fanfold printer-paper? Remember when something’d cause the printer to screw up where the page-splits were? It goes mental, and the next thing you know, the printed pagebreak (header/footer) is in the middle of the page, and the perforations are right smack in the middle of the text.

That’s effectively what c-Ag does to viruses. No replication, no infection.

I don’t recall specifically what Zn (widely touted for colds, yet no one hoots like a deranged primate at people recommending that), or Cu does, ie, what mechanism is at play, but colloidally, Cu is good for treating internal parasites, while Ag is generally antimicrobial.

But I’ve also used it to treat thermal burns, sunburn, deep cuts, a surgical cut whose stitches split open and was “too late” to restitch, and it’s (to me at least) nothing short of miraculous.

And no, I didn’t turn blue.

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raccoon city wrote:
I’m trying to not get into arguments on BLF, but sometimes I get sucked into them.

Yeah, but like the saying goes, “it takes two to tango”.

Or maybe, “Never argue with an idiot. Bystanders often can’t tell who’s who.”.

I just get amazed sometimes at what people will get all worked up about. You say the sky’s blue, and someone will just have to “correct” you that it’s not, at least not when it’s overcast/night/whatever. And everyone gets their panties in a twist, and they just Will Not Let It Go.

Facepalm

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Lightbringer wrote:

“Never argue with an idiot. Bystanders often can’t tell who’s who.”.

That's a good one.

I hadn't heard that before.  :THUMBS-UP:

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FWIW

The Mayo Clinic has taken legal action against companies that make Colloidal Silver remedies and claim they are good for the health or can cure ailments. According to the Mayo Clinic, research indicates Colloidal Silver can actually be unsafe and cause possible damage to the bodies organs. Once ingested, it never leaves the body. Medical research indicates there are no antibacterial or virus disrupting actions in the human body due to ingesting Colloidal Silver.

He says, They say. All the same, research and monies are expended for a reason… As for me, I’ll err on the side of the Mayo Clinic and refrain. (as advised by my Nurse and Doctor) [ As an aside, my Aunt was an RN for 50 years, my brother is an LVN and so is my wife, there is no shortage of people around me telling me what is best for me, they at least know me and most of my medical history and even then I don’t listen to everything any of them say. Wink ]

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Too bad the Mayo Clinic doesn't take legal action against pharmaceutical companies then if they are so concerned about people's health.

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Wellp, “medical science” once thought that attaching leeches to people to “let out the heat from the veins” to reduce fever, and drilling holes in peoples’ skulls ‘til they looked like a wiffleball to “let out evil spirits”, were Good Things.

Uhh, no thanks.

And if the Mayo Clinic claims “Medical research indicates there are no antibacterial or virus disrupting actions in the human body due to ingesting Colloidal Silver.”, then they’re FOS. We know the exact mechanism how it works.

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NCCIH disagrees with the effectiveness and safety of Colloidal Silver.

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They were not meant to be hospitals. The press is just talking bs like usual.
They are quarantine centers meant to stop the virus from spreading.
And unless they are killing ppl in there, it’s something totally normal. People are not cared in there like in hospitals, they mostly just sit and wait until they get better or die. Same thing they would do at home, except there are contained and can’t infect others.

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I saw this on today's news about the Wuhan coronavirus:

"New study finds incubation period of up to 24 days."

That is not good news.

A lot of people are only being watched for 14 days, not 24.

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what works for one person might not work for another , or so they say

i say ,if it works for you ,then there is no halm doing it

i know whiskey or cognac works for me when i have flu, but only a nip or 2

also marmite on toast helps with my flus and cold . full of vitamin b all of the Bs .b1 b2 all the way to B12 . or atleast something like that

plenty of warm lemon-orange-ginger drinks

i rarely get flu or cold or i just dont suffer with them, but last week i was fluey on monday and tuesday. wednesday i was able to go back to work(manualy lifting stuff work)
had a few marmite toasts. few lemsip type drinks, panadol, ibuprohen. 1 zinc drink

i wouldnt even say my diet was brilliant, but we eat quite good food. quite fresh stuff and some packaged rubbish on our cheat days

i think its also down to genetics on how we recover

my dad is never ill

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raccoon city wrote:

I saw this on today’s news about the Wuhan coronavirus:


“New study finds incubation period of up to 24 days.”


That is not good news.


A lot of people are only being watched for 14 days, not 24.

My wife told me about reading that this morning. What that means is after 5 or 6 weeks after being infected you either die or are better. Very scary. So for 3 or 4 weeks you spread the plague with no symptoms. Just like a horror movie. Movie horror is fine. Real life horror just stinks.

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raccoon city wrote:

I saw this on today's news about the Wuhan coronavirus:

"New study finds incubation period of up to 24 days."

That is not good news.

A lot of people are only being watched for 14 days, not 24.

 

I read a comment a few days ago about someone theorizing about this.  I hope it's not true, but it could make sense since Xi himself never seems to say anything positive yet.

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im just waiting for the people to say its man made and a biological war!

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forsh wrote:
im just waiting for the people to say its man made and a biological war!

 

Yeah right, as if that hasn't crossed just about everyone's mind since the outbreak!  History shows a long trail of man made viruses leaking out one way or another.

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This virus is not suitable for biological warfare.
For that you want something that kills fast and has a high mortality rate

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^ good to know, then hopefully this virus runs it's course.

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counterproductive to release the pathogen amidst one’s own
Countrymen?

But then I’ve always wondered what we are capable of.

If it was a biological weapon, would it not make sense to have
Controlled experiments, contained, and far from population centers.

Instead, they have a pandemic, spreading out in waves, like an
Approaching tsunami, heading towards US. Uncontrolled.

Keep your thongs on. Run

PS Still looking for that bottle of colloidal silver. Did you know that
Denmark banned marmite ( too much vitamins ). Thought you said marmots.

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Starkm32 wrote:
counterproductive to release the pathogen amidst one’s own
Countrymen?

But then I’ve always wondered what we are capable of.

If it was a biological weapon, would it not make sense to have
Controlled experiments, contained, and far from population centers.

Instead, they have a pandemic, spreading out in waves, like an
Approaching tsunami, heading towards US. Uncontrolled.

Keep your thongs on. Run

PS Still looking for that bottle of colloidal silver. Did you know that
Denmark banned marmite ( too much vitamins ). Thought you said marmots.

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I think also norway banned it , something about fortified vitamins getting put in also

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It is also banned from school-meals in Wales, due to the high salt content.

But the silver lining is: UK is leaving EC. As Albus Dumbledore would say: let the feast begin.
With Marmite, Vegemite, Oxo, Bonox, Bovril, and other so called “shelf-stable foods”.

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