UF Health embraces the Greater Good (capitalized); a repurposed drug could eliminate Covid deaths but the NIH says no; NYC's fire department is collapsing; container ships arrive in Florida; & more...
Uh-oh. The Gatahs have a double whammy this week: DAWGS and injections. I IMMEDIATELY saw the capitalized "Greater Good" - spot on, Jeff. The NIH people are fear-mongering, sick, mad scientists, no doubt emitting creepy laughter as they make each decision. But GREATER is HE who's in US, than he who is in the world. Armor up and march on! Thanks for your awesome work, Jeff, and rock that upcoming Covid conference - you SO deserve to be in that impressive line-up of men with a spine.
But once they have you on record as having taken an antidepressant, they will not remember COVID, but only that you took the SSRI. Then they will be coming for your guns! You will be deemed mentally unstable.
Super interesting about the moods. I know when I had covid I was surprised at how emotional I was, the moods where really weird. A few of my friends had the same experience. In a world where science and truth aligns, I think you’re onto a really interesting theory that would yield some more fascinating insights. God bless you and thanks for what you do.
I am thinking that the UF move was coordinated. The university systems in Alabama and Mississippi also changed their tune this week. These are all deeply red states with the majority of citizens against the mandate. I believe, they are concerned about all of the federal monies they get, including the research grants. I wonder who was pulling these strings and if FSU will soon follow suit.
Baptist Health in Jacksonville still has an injection mandate and the deadline is November 15th to be "fully" injected.
On the last Covid bump, Shands shut down health care to all but Covid patients in a money grab to fluff the books. As one doc told me, “you have to be bleeding profusely from the head before we can get approval to admit.” Look for a doctor revolt if they try that again.
Yeah, UF will have a lot of explaining to do for the “GREATER GOOD”, especially with him (VP) saying that the planning of the implementation of the mandate is because they (UF Health Shands) get money from the feds. I’m not a doctor but isn’t this a Quid pro quo thing? Don’t know maybe I’m learning too fast the legal stuff thank to Jeff.
Gotta live the Alachua super'sname, Carlee Simon. "You're so vain, you probably think this grant is about you, clouds in my coffee (and covid)
Greater Good... leads to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u8vd_YNbTw
"Or maybe Nelson didn’t write it, who knows? Whoever did is definitely on the spectrum." i.e. can't connect with the rest of humanity, or lacks empathetic reasoning... Love his sense of humor.
Gov. DeSantis bringing the heat today from Lakeland. Not to mention the AG brought a great energy. Go Florida!!
Here is a brief research paper on fluvoxamine from last month: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC8412866/
The paper notes that some research was being done on fluvoxamine and covid a year ago. Basically, its use appears to block the cytokine storm that causes inflamed lungs.
its not really even a pandemic. If this was 1998 and not an election year, this would have just been an especially bad flu and nothing different would have happened. The increasingly toxic politicization of American culture and social media have fomented a mass hysteria. The US gov actions after the 9/11 attacks with the war mongering and especially the patriot act really paved the way for an increasingly intrusive central (general gov) . The actions of the monetary authorities (the fed and treasury) have been criminal in that they have created massive inflation and funded this massive state apparatus. The US fed gov is a failed tyrannical entity that must be scaled back
How do you comply with an order that doesn't apply to you?
This is a pandemic of the neurotic.
It's unreal that we can't use alternative treatments as arguments for accommodation & against vaccination, masking or testing 🤨
My brother tried using - I'm working from home so I don't want the jab...their response? Working from home is not an anti jab argument.
We DO need to come up with well thought out arguments (medical/moral &/or religious) that keep us from falling into these traps.
They also listed a number of prescription & separetely, OTC meds that contain fetal cells & asked...
How he answered, will be everything for him.