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☕️ OBSTRUCTION ☙ Monday, October 2, 2023 ☙ C&C NEWS 🦠
Rep. Bowman's fiery insurrection; study links ivermectin to cancer cure; doctors report ivermectin cancer treatment; more studies; SADS cricket legend, restaurant critic; hell's alien; and lots more.
Your week-starting roundup includes: my take on outstanding Representative Jamaal Bowman’s incredible non-insurrection at the Capitol; new study shows at least three cancer suppressing mechanisms from ivermectin; article reports many anecdotal cases of ivermectin curing cancer; another peer-reviewed ivermectin-cancer study publishes; SADS cricket legend turbo cancer; SADS restaurant critic turbo cancer; SADS emergency room doctor sudden death; SADS record producer nicknamed “Vaccine” sudden death; shocking claim about aliens from Pentagon UFO generals; and a handy video montage you’ll want to keep around while the official vaccine mandate narrative continues evolving.
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🗞💬 WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY 💬🗞
🔥 Today’s roundup begins with an important public safety advisory: On the left is a “door,” which is used for ingress and egress. On the right is a “fire alarm,” which is used for committing insurrection in the US Capitol Building. See the difference?
Yesterday, as you probably heard, Representative Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) started a political fire by pulling the fire alarm inside the U.S. Capitol Building, right before a critical House budget vote Saturday night, while democrats were simultaneously stalling the vote, causing Congress to have to be evacuated and putting everyone’s life in danger. After two-A Jamaal got caught on an inflammatory security video, his staff issued a fiery statement hotly explaining he’d just made a simple mistake that any brain-damaged congressman could make while trying to use an emergency exit:
Cut him some slack. Representative Bowman is no John Fetterman. A former “middle school principal,” Bowman sits on the House Education Committee as well as — ironically — the House Science Committee. Science!
Now, back in the old days, Jamaal could be charged with insurrection, for “obstructing an official proceeding” at the U.S. Capitol. But fortunately, the law has developed much since earlier this year when hundreds of selfie-snapping trespassing tourists were sentenced to prison for the exact same charge.
The Babylon Bee reported the story this way:
Here is the New York Post’s headline:
Please don’t over-react. Look at it rationally. Here is the exact spot in the Capitol Building where Jamaal Bowman made a simple error that anyone with a vaccine-induced neurological injury could make:
See? Bowman urgently needed to get through that specific door. What else was he supposed to do? The multiplicity of all those signs are obviously confusing, and a person of limited intelligence like Representative Bowman cannot be expected to make sense of all those instructions in a hot moment like rushing to vote. Plus, the words “fire” and “door” are very similar. Both words have four letters and one syllable. So.
The New York Post reported that the Republican-controlled House Administration Committee has launched an investigation. And Representative Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) has drafted a motion to expel Mr. Bowman from the House. “This is the United States Congress, not a New York City high school,” Ms. Malliotakis wrote on Twitter. “To pull the fire alarm to disrupt proceedings when we are trying to draft legislation to AVERT A SHUTDOWN is pathetic.”
As the burning details continue emerging amidst the ashes of Jamaal Bowman’s political career, let’s apply some cool water to the story. Only Republicans can obstruct official proceedings. Duh.
🔬 Don’t tell the FDA, but a new study published last week in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology titled, "Ivermectin induces nonprotective autophagy by downregulating PAK1 and apoptosis in lung adenocarcinoma cells.”
The short version is, this study suggests the Nobel-winning anti-parasitic drug ivermectin — often used by independent doctors to treat covid — might also cure lung cancer. Specifically, the researchers found that ivermectin kills lung cancer cells both in vitro (Petri dishes) and in vivo (mice). And it works in multiple ways. According to the researchers, ivermectin suppressed lung cancer in at least three different ways:
(1) Ivermectin stopped the cancer cells from growing and dividing,
(2) Ivermectin caused the cancer cells to die (“apoptosis”), and
(3) Ivermectin increased the process of cells breaking down their own damaged or unwanted parts (“autophagy”).
The researchers found that the way ivermectin works is by inhibiting a protein called PAK1, which is more highly expressed in lung cancers than in normal tissues, and lung cancer patients showing high PAK1 levels have a worse prognosis. PAK1 has been linked to cancer cell growth and survival. So when PAK1 is inhibited, the cancer cells cannot grow or divide and eventually die.
The researchers didn’t just see the magic happening through their microscopes. They also tested ivermectin on special cancer mice, where ivermectin also suppressed the growth of the lung cancer.
But you’re not a horse, ya’ll. So stop it.
🔬 Doctors are starting to catch on and it may not only be lung cancer. In related news, on August 29th, the Deseret Review ran a medical op-ed titled, “High-dose Ivermectin shrinks cancer metastases.”
Author Justus R. Hope, MD, began by reporting on patient Rick’s “unsurvivable” stage 4 metastatic turbo colon cancer, which at the time of diagnosis had already spread to his liver and lymph nodes. Rick’s oncologist gave him six months, tops.
But Rick started taking high-dose ivermectin. His tumor markers dropped from 1,489 to 4.7. That’s a big drop. His metastases also calcified and shrank.
Next, Dr. Justus described one of Dr. Tess Lawrie’s recent cases. Tess reported a patient with metastatic ovarian cancer that had already spread to her peritoneum. The patient’s initial tumor markers (Ca125) were high, at 288. After a few weeks of chemo combined with ivermectin, her markers dropped to 22, and the externally-visible traces of the tumor vanished.
The patient’s cancer surgeon was baffled. He admitted “It’s remarkable. I didn’t expect that.” After removing her uterus and ovaries and taking biopsies, the surgeon was even more astounded. He found no cancer. He said, “This is extraordinary. No tumor. Some dead cells on the peritoneum that I removed. The biopsy confirmed that everything has gone – Ca125 at 3.”
The next example involved a doctor who was herself the patient. She had a fist-sized gallbladder tumor. She decided to take a very high dose of ivermectin (2 mg per kg), and later reported that her tumor disappeared.
Ivermectin appears to work on vaccine-induced turbo cancer, too. Dr. Shankara Chetty reported the case of Oscar Nacu, a man who developed a grotesque, giant neck tumor involving canon-ball lung metastases one week after taking the covid jab. After three months of high dose Ivermectin (over 2.4 mg per kg per day) along with Lactoferrin (an antifungal supplement), the lung metastases shrank, and he stopped taking pain meds. Plus he started walking up to a mile daily and even spontaneously sang and danced.
No wonder Oscar was “spontaneously” singing and dancing. I bet he was pretty happy to get that thing off his neck.
These reports (and many other related studies and case reports) show that patients have easily tolerated very high doses of ivermectin. At 2.4 mg per kg, for example, the dose would be 216 mg per day for a 200-lb man.
But seriously, ya’ll. It’s horse paste. Wouldn’t you rather die than treat yourself like an animal?
🔬 There’s a LOT more. Another example study published in May. Like the first study mentioned above, this peer-reviewed study also published in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology:
Cancer researchers are catching on to it now. At pennies per dose, if ivermectin works, it could eviscerate the multi-billion-dollar cancer treatment industry. You could try ivermectin, Or, you could try experimental “personalized” mRNA cancer “vaccines” at over ten grand per dose.
One wonders whether ivermectin would be getting the attention of so many researchers if it weren’t such a huge focus during the late-great unpleasantness. Wouldn’t it be something if the pandemic leads us to a successful cancer treatment?
Anyway, come on, ya’ll. Are you really going to listen to some random peer-reviewed scientific studies? Or will you be good citizens and listen to captured government regulatory agencies who have pharma’s best interests in mind?
Sorry! I mean your best interests in mind, of course. Of course.
💉 On September 3rd, Zimbabwe cricket legend Heath Streak, 49, quickly died three months after being diagnosed with Stage 4 turbo colon and liver cancer in May.
Sports media described Heath’s death as following a “long bout with cancer.” A “long” three-month bout, which I suppose is “longer” than a two-month bout. I couldn’t find any other reliable information about Heath’s untimely passing.
💉 On August 13th, longtime food journalist and restaurant critic for The Daily Memphian, Jennifer Biggs, 60, died after a long two-month battle with Stage 4 turbo colon cancer that had already spread to her liver and lungs when she was diagnosed in June.
According to the Daily Memphian, in July Jennifer told her friends that surgery and treatment were very hard, but she remained optimistic about recovery and the prospects of her chemotherapy. Because the FDA said so.
Jennifer joined the Daily Memphian in 2018, following a decades-long career as the food writer for The Commercial Appeal, where she started in 2000 and where, before specializing on the food gig, she’d covered a range of beats, including courts and general assignment reporting.
But the Daily Memphian reported that Jennifer’s most important reporting work may have been during the pandemic, when restaurants found themselves on the pandemic’s frontlines. Jennifer often wrote about vaccinations and shutdowns and anxiety and anger. She wrote passionately about people trying to keep their small businesses alive.
She was a huge jab fan. In her September 1st, 2021 article headlined, “Table Talk: Herb pots, bistro news and why you should get vaccinated,” Jennifer wrote:
Sure, I’m vaccinated and happy to say so. I received my first Moderna vaccine in Mississippi in February and my second in March; I’ll get a booster as soon as I qualify.
So yes, I’m vaccinated, and yes, I believe you should be, too. By the time you regret not getting the shot, it might be too late.
Jennifer is survived by her daughter, Megan Brooks Biggs and her grandchildren, Jack and Chloe.
💉 Well-known Vancouver E.R. doctor Tracy Pickett, 55, was found dead late last week in a park near her home after going missing for 24 hours.
Her family became alarmed when Tracy went missing, because she’d just testified as an expert in emergency and clinical forensic medicine in a high-profile sexual assault and murder case. They assumed the worst.
But after a giant woman-hunt, they found her body along a jogging path in a wooded area in the Pacific Spirit Regional Park near her home. Police said foul play was not suspected. Tracy’s death does not appear to be the result of a crime, and Vancouver cops assured the public there is no public safety risk.
Well. No public safety risk from the criminal. At least, no risk from that criminal.
No other information seems to be available about Tracy’s actual cause of death but fortunately, according to reports, as a dutiful practicing Canadian healthcare professional, Tracy was fully vaccinated.
💉 Dubstep music producer Christine Clements, 43, who ironically produced under the stage name “Vaccine,” died suddenly and unexpectedly on August 24th after a mysterious brief illness.
Her husband, artist James Clements, wrote about Vaccine’s passing on Instagram, disclosing only that “she passed away in the early hours of August 22nd, after being admitted to hospital on the 16th for a sudden downturn in health.”
Vaccine’s sudden downturn went all the way down.
“Dubstep” is a genre of electronic dance music originating in South London in the late 1990s, characterized by heavy, bass-driven sound, complex rhythms, synthesized sounds and vocal samples, with a slow tempo emphasizing sub-bass frequencies.
California-born Vaccine first began releasing music in 2007 on Scuba's Hotflush Recordings and started her own namesake Vaccine label in 2008. She was known for her ambient electronica sound, and for being one of the first prominent female producers and DJs on the early Dubstep scene. She also released her own singles a solo EP in 2014, titled 'Decryption.’ More recently in her music career, she composed music for video games.
Hopefully, Vaccine is now composing her rhythmic electronica for the angels.
👽 Just in time for the Halloween season, the UK Daily Star ran this surprising headline over the weekend: “Bible-reading Pentagon commanders halted UFO research 'over fears aliens were demons’.” The salacious sub-headline stated, “A major figure in the Pentagon's UFO research agency claims that fundamentalist Christians within the establishment blocked him because they thought UFOs came from Hell.”
Hell! Fire and brimstone! Real Old Testament stuff!
The story is mostly hearsay, but it was compelling hearsay. According to the Daily Star, Ron James, Director of Media Relations for UFO research group MUFON, claimed there is “a very large contingent of people” within the Pentagon who oppose the work of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program because they think the UFOs regularly reported by US military sources are actually piloted by demonic creatures from Hell.
James said he was told this by Luis Elizondo, who has gone on record as being involved with leadership at AATIP, who said that it “was not just a little voice in The Pentagon…but a huge group of people thought the phenomenon that was being witnessed was demons.”
I’ll let you guys take it from here, in the comments.
💉 Finally, given the government’s shifting narrative that “we never forced anybody to get vaccinated,” you might want to bookmark this electrifying montage of public officials forcing people to get vaccinated.
I don’t know whether Branch Covidians will ever agree the montage is “evidence” or anything, but feel free to use that link whenever someone tries to tell you nobody was “forced” to get the jabs.
Have a magnificent Monday! And please return tomorrow morning for your marvelous Tuesday roundup.
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