Hypothesis: “COVID-19” is a parasite, not a virus

Starlight

Woodpecker
Woman
Just brainstorming from scientific literature I’ve read here and on other sites and sources…

So, looking at the data from countries that use regular parasite preventives… those are the ones with very low “covid” cases. Ivermectin (a general livestock de-wormer/parasiticide) and quinine (malaria is caused by parasites from infected mosquitos) are both traditionally used for parasite infections. It is very interesting that people who take these medications when told they have “covid” recover very quickly. Symptoms of a parasite infection can definitely present the same symptoms as a bad flu or even pneumonia (malaria symptoms are often described as flu like). It also explains why their “vaccine” doesn’t do anything to stop infection, spread, or mortality.

We know the PCR tests mean about as much as flipping a coin which means they’re useless. We also know the “virus” hasn’t been isolated (which is why Big’O Pharma can’t make a “traditional vaccine.”). We know the mRNA “vaccines” do pretty much nothing because vaxxed people are still getting sick and dying from “covid-19”.

Just a thought…
 

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Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Yes, it's a smart connection. It's because of the effect Covid has on the red blood cells, making it like a blood disease (e.g. like malaria, HIV, Lyme disease, Q-fever, etc.).

Basically, you reverse engineer how they built it in a lab, utilizing their prior research. They took a coronavirus, but they added onto it a spike protein that reacts in ways that blood-borne parasites behave in the body. Essentially they fused Gates's long standing research and knowledge of malaria and HIV with classic coronaviruses to make it more transmissible amongst humans (via respiratory route of aerosol infection).
 

doodydota

Pigeon
Please help me resolve my cognitive dissonance with 2 believes:

a) Terrain theory ( viruses are in fact exosomes). After 18 months of lockdowns and social distancing, it seems implausible to me, that random protein particles linger on doorknobs and somehow make it into your lungs to multiply into trillions. For some reason the spreading is really weak in summer and stron during "flue season".

b) Covid is a bioweapon.

Here is an email about bioweapon production methods. It seems they're mixing and stirring soups together. No indication any virus has been "isolated".


PHOTO-Anthony-Fauci-Ignored-Email-About-How-The-Virus-Was-Created.jpg
 

soli.deo.gloria

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
I don't know if it's a virus, or a parasite, or the flu. There seems to be some evidence that "something" was made in a lab. Or maybe it's just disinfo, I really have no idea. Just watched this yesterday and seems relevant. Fwiw I have been following this particular channel since before the lockdowns. Dr. Martenson was consistently way ahead of the curve and has advocated for stuff like Ivermectin and has been repeatedly punished, censored, banned, etc. I am not familiar with the so-called "DRASTIC" group so I can't vouch for that but it seems interesting.

 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
Virus in Latin means "toxin" or "poison." It is derived from the Ancient Greek word "ios," which itself means "poisonous secretion of snakes."
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
I think you're correct.

Recently I read "Baseless: My Search for Secrets in the Ruins of the Freedom of Information Act." Very good book-- it alleges that the U.S. had a giant biowarfare department, but more importantly, they (CIA, wasn't a full government operation) waged "nerve war" on the Russians and Chinese, releasing vermin and spreading propaganda that they were plague-infested. They could deny it because it was true, they weren't releasing plague on anyone. But people did get sick (they cleaned out their lab vermin), and it was done also to overwork medical staff and look scary, basically. At one point some Chinese villages went into overdrive and quarantined everyone, spraying disinfectant everywhere, etc. Then they congratulated themselves on a job well done.

Biowarfare was allegedly considered more humane, cheaper, and more effective than scorched-Earth campaigns. They did discover that mass infection didn't always work. My guess is that the crapcine is way around this (also they can literally be testing anything). Plagues usually piggyback onto a famine or bad conditions.

(Allegedly. Who knows, right?)
 

Don Quixote

Kingfisher
Orthodox Inquirer
There's a fascinating backstory to Lyme disease being part of a top secret biological warfare program at Fort Detrick. Some of the ticks escaped (or were released), hence why Lyme disease began in East Coast regions and not the rest of the country. The origins of what we call "lyme" are pretty murky but involve lots of cover-ups and obfuscation. For example, they created a live lyme vaccine which caused massive neurological Lyme disease in patients, it was a disaster. Immediately after this, Fauci and CDC removed neurological symptoms from the definition of "lyme" to hide the poisonous effects of the vaccine. To this day many practitioners will discount anyone with neurological lyme and say it's something else.

Lots of these bioweapon share similar characteristics in that they cause chronic disease but not death. Basically they create weakness and brain fog so you can be more easily controlled.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Lots of these bioweapon share similar characteristics in that they cause chronic disease but not death. Basically they create weakness and brain fog so you can be more easily controlled.
Lyme is interesting to me because I feel like it's an excellent example of an actual cover-up (not fearmongering).

Also when I was a kid I got bitten by a groundhog tick and was treated for it. There was a time when my neck hurt too much to move. I forgot about it until the other day when I was reading that kids often had motor difficulty after a Lyme infection.
 

Kitty Tantrum

Woodpecker
Woman
I've been bitten by one tick in my life, in the summer of 2017.

What followed was the stuff of nightmares, for nearly two solid years - and I'm still recovering. It got into my nervous system right away. Routine antibiotic treatment cured the non-neurological symptoms, but the neurological infection persisted. I believe the infection is gone at this point, but some degree of neurological damage may be permanent.

The most horrific thing was the way most doctors treated me.

I had SEVERE, acute, textbook symptoms - but they basically refused to acknowledge any of them that were not within an absurdly specific set of parameters. For example, my SI joint was HUGELY swollen, but the infectious disease specialist told me that because swelling USUALLY happens in one of the knees with Lyme Disease, I definitely didn't have Lyme Disease. And he said a bunch of other stupid crap, too.

One of the TRUEST things he told me, and the main reason I've always thought "COVID" is a bunch of crap, is that PCR tests will throw a positive result at the slightest provocation, and that the result you get from ANY test depends on the lab it's sent to.

This was in the context of discouraging me from seeking additional testing to try to formally diagnose Lyme Disease. But he basically told me "look, I can take a sample of something and get any result you want, it doesn't mean anything."

Every doctor I saw who was covered by the poor-people-insurance tried to tell me that my symptoms were psychosomatic and that I must be depressed.

None of them would give me a stronger course of the basic recommended antibiotic. Apparently they're not allowed to do that for Lyme Disease even though higher doses ARE given for other things, and even though there is evidence that a higher concentration is needed to treat neurological Lyme infections.

But they all thought that shuffling me into the pipeline for psych meds would be a great idea.

I ended up reserving a sufficient quantity of antibiotics from a pharmacy over-dispensing and from a course I didn't finish previously. Then I talked my current doctor into giving me another course of the same, plus an injection of a secondary antibiotic, which we figured out she was "allowed" to give me. Then I took double the recommended dose twice a day until I ran out. It made me feel sick and I was basically allergic to the sun for weeks after, but I'll be darned if it didn't do the trick.

Personally, I tend to think that pretty much every illness operates on the same basic principles of battle and warfare as every other thing that fights for foothold and eminence.

A lot of "medicines" are weapons, and I don't believe the medical community has any interest in us common folk knowing how they work or having adequate independent access to them. Then we would see how they are used against us. They don't want us to know which ones serve as general fortification, defense, etc. either - because then we would see quite clearly how they DENY us these things.

Then it would become obvious that we have all been reduced FAR BELOW the status of livestock and even crops.

We're not even dirt.

We're all just statistics on screens that they toy with to fabricate their imaginary money.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Dr. Martenson was consistently way ahead of the curve and has advocated for stuff like Ivermectin and has been repeatedly punished, censored, banned, etc. I am not familiar with the so-called "DRASTIC" group so I can't vouch for that but it seems interesting.

He was also an early "stay the f**k home" and mask advocate; even using the socially acceptable my mask protects you from me line. And the "government is lying about how bad it is."

I don't think *he's* a liar. Many of the early narrative adopters have figured out what's going on. Still, I don't think we would of had the reaction we did without the social media build-up. Doctors would have figured out how to treat it.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
We're all just statistics on screens that they toy with to fabricate their imaginary money.

My husband got bitten by a tick when we were dating and we went to an Urgent Care. He had the classic bull's-eye. The nurse sighed and told him, "you know, honey, men have hairy legs and get ingrown hairs sometimes." (Direct quote.)

Went to his primary doctor, he was like "oh yeah that's Lyme, here's a script." Cleared up after that.
 

soli.deo.gloria

Robin
Orthodox Inquirer
He was also an early "stay the f**k home" and mask advocate; even using the socially acceptable my mask protects you from me line. And the "government is lying about how bad it is."

I don't think *he's* a liar. Many of the early narrative adopters have figured out what's going on. Still, I don't think we would of had the reaction we did without the social media build-up. Doctors would have figured out how to treat it.
To be fair, I (and a lot of people on here) believed things were a lot worse initially. I fell for the videos coming out of China showing people dropping dead and being locked in their apartments, etc. I stocked up on supplies and PPE. It took some time for it to become clear to me that it was a massive hoax (or at least, being vastly overblown and exploited for political reasons). I'm not going to shill for him but I have still appreciated his coverage quite a bit. I respect your opinion as well.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
To be fair, I (and a lot of people on here) believed things were a lot worse initially. I fell for the videos coming out of China showing people dropping dead and being locked in their apartments, etc. I stocked up on supplies and PPE. It took some time for it to become clear to me that it was a massive hoax (or at least, being vastly overblown and exploited for political reasons). I'm not going to shill for him but I have still appreciated his coverage quite a bit. I respect your opinion as well.

I was very skeptical of the Chinese videos, they seemed like staged political propaganda. Also the whole thing was so similar to conspiracy "problem-reaction-solution" narratives.

I did cave for a few weeks because "no, this is real and it's only two weeks/a month and will be over if we work together, stop being paranoid and crazy." And I was like OMG WHAT IF THEY DECLARE MARTIAL LAW etc.

People went basically into an odd combination of hurricane mode/Invasion of the Body Snatchers. They were trying to help at first (buying groceries for the elderly, etc) and then were basically told, like children, "why don't you watch your favorite show, order your favorite food? You can help by NOT helping. Please stay out of the way and let us take care of things."

Women are more likely to think of this like parenting: I want you to behave a certain way that's in your best interest. If you show me your good behavior, I'll let you off easy! If you misbehave, I'll just prolong it. I think that's why teachers are so into this.

I don't mean to be down on Peak Prosperity. He figured it out. I think the "alternative" media was flooded with the narrative first, though. It's sort of like what Bill Cooper, the godfather of conspiracies, figured out at the end of his life: he was fed bad information because they knew he would run with it.
 

Starlight

Woodpecker
Woman
So, I went into a little bit of a mini-rabbit hole with the parasite idea. I was mostly interested in what the connection is between third world poverty stricken countries and low covid mortality. It seemed logical that countries that routinely use ivermectin would have low covid mortality given the possible anti-viral properties of the medicine but I read a post somewhere else on the internet that was pretty much, “you don’t treat a virus with horse de-wormer.” And so I was thinking, “yeah that makes sense I guess but what about the people who took it and their symptoms were alleviated? Maybe covid isn’t really a virus but more of an engineered parasite…” There seemed to be some kind of connection between the ivermectin using countries and parasites which lead me to a study that began in March 2021 out of Ethiopia that wanted to figure out the connection also and the conclusion was definitely not what I was expecting…

This is the study that was officially published just recently, “Effect of co-infection with intestinal parasites on COVID-19 severity: A prospective observational cohort study.” The researchers observed the severity of covid in patients who had and didn’t have parasites. They found that patients infected with parasites had significantly less severe covid symptoms…

Highlights from the article:
“This study demonstrates for the first time that co-infection with enteric parasites, both protozoa and helminths, is associated with lower odds of developing severe COVID-19 in African patients…
“ It is possible, therefore, that parasites mute COVID-19 severity through their effects in modulating systemic immune response. Chronic intestinal parasitic infections are often associated with the development of T helper-2 (TH2)-skewed, alternatively activated macrophages (M2), and type 2 innate lymphoid cells…
“Indeed, it has been demonstrated in animal models that enteric helminths can protect against pulmonary viral infections through interaction with microbiota…
“In conclusion, our study is the first to show a significant inverse correlation between the presence of intestinal parasites and COVID-19 severity, suggesting that parasite co-infection, with both protozoa and helminths, may protect against progression to severe COVID-19…”

Definitely not what I was expecting to find lol… This could explain why the homeless population wasn’t totally wiped out from COVID. Cue liberals licking toilet seats again hoping to catch a parasite :squintlol:
 
I've been bitten by one tick in my life, in the summer of 2017.

What followed was the stuff of nightmares, for nearly two solid years - and I'm still recovering. It got into my nervous system right away. Routine antibiotic treatment cured the non-neurological symptoms, but the neurological infection persisted. I believe the infection is gone at this point, but some degree of neurological damage may be permanent.

The most horrific thing was the way most doctors treated me.

I had SEVERE, acute, textbook symptoms - but they basically refused to acknowledge any of them that were not within an absurdly specific set of parameters. For example, my SI joint was HUGELY swollen, but the infectious disease specialist told me that because swelling USUALLY happens in one of the knees with Lyme Disease, I definitely didn't have Lyme Disease. And he said a bunch of other stupid crap, too.

A bit off topic. But to Control Ticks we need to Burn everywhere the Ticks are annually and regularly without fail:


Only then will Lyme disease be dramatically reduced or even eradicated. I will be interested if Anti-Parasitics like Ivermection would have treated you just as much as those Antibiotics.
 

Ah_Tibor

Kingfisher
Woman
Orthodox
Definitely not what I was expecting to find lol… This could explain why the homeless population wasn’t totally wiped out from COVID. Cue liberals licking toilet seats again hoping to catch a parasite :squintlol:
I read Carl Zimmer's "Parasite Rex" years ago and they did a similar experiment with people with allergies-- gave them a parasite and the allergies cleared up. It doesn't mean that parasites cure allergies, but it does mean that our immune systems are designed to be fighting terrible things constantly, and if you take those away we go into overdrive amd start reacting to tiny things like pollen or dust as if they're deadly invaders. So fighting something else often gives you some kind of protection (I don't advocate getting a parasite)

Whether it's an initial virus or "cure," it's designed for a population crash. The thing is that's probably when a lot of diseases go away because they only pop up when the population reaches a certain size. So they think they're doing a good thing-- we probably win the war against the common cold at that point.
 
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