Well the police in Oxford, Wisconsin threatened to arrest a young girl who posted on Instagram that she had had COVID-19.

The cops equated the Instagram post to screaming “fire!” in a crowded movie theater, because the young lady tested negative.  Never-mind that false negatives are common-place.

The very next day, Patrol Sergeant Cameron Klump from Marquette County Sheriff’s Department showed up on the family’s doorstep. He was there under orders from Sheriff Joseph Konrath to demand that Amyiah and her father, Richard Cohoon, remove Amyiah’s Instagram posts. If they refused, Klump said the family faced charges for disorderly conduct and Klump told them he would “start taking people to jail,” according to the suit.

Konrath’s justification was that there had been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county. He found out about the Instagram post from Amyiah’s high school. The Cohoon family had contacted the school to let them know about Amyiah’s infection, but nobody ever contacted them back to get more information. It appears that instead the school contacted the police. Under the threat of arrest, Cohoon complied and deleted the allegedly illegal Instagram post.

The whole world seems rather dystopian right now.  Our right to work, our right to assemble and our rights to free speech are being threatened.  I get that there is a pandemic — but rights don’t disappear because of it.

I see chaos coming.

FEMA has been seizing medical supplies all across the United States.

In what truly amounts to martial law, bureaucrats in Washington DC and in various state capitals are deciding who lives and who dies. I know that sounds alarmist, but that’s really what it amounts to…

In response to questions from The Times, a FEMA representative said the agency, working with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Defense, has developed a system for identifying needed supplies from vendors and distributing them equitably.

The representative said the agency factors in the populations of states and major metropolitan areas and the severity of the coronavirus outbreak in various locales. “High-transmission areas were prioritized, and allocations were based on population, not on quantities requested,” the representative said.

But the agency has refused to provide any details about how these determinations are made or why it is choosing to seize some supply orders and not others.

Administration officials also will not say what supplies are going to what states.

Here is the reality…

If a doctor in Truckee, California can’t wear an N95 respirator because it is been rerouted to Los Angeles, his life and the lives of the people living in Truckee aren’t as important. Bureaucrats are saying that the decisions are based on need.

But the simple fact is Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Chicago, Miami, Detroit, Houston… ALL of the large metropolitan areas in the US weren’t prepared!

And don’t think this is just the federal government. State governments are also declaring martial law and stealing private property from private hospitals and making it public property in public hospitals!

The National Guard has been told to remove ventilators and PPE from hospitals in upstate New York and take it to New York City…

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that he would use the National Guard to take ventilators and protective equipment from hospitals and other health care facilities in upstate New York where they’re not in use to deploy the lifesaving equipment in the New York City area.

“I’m not going to be in a position where people are dying and we have several hundred ventilators in our own state, somewhere else,” Cuomo said on Friday during his daily briefing. “I apologize for the hardship to those institutions — ultimately there is no hardship, if you don’t get the ventilator back, I give you my personal word I will pay you for the ventilator — but I’m not going to let people die because we didn’t redeploy these ventilators.”

He plans to sign an executive order to give the state the power to take equipment from private hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities. Cuomo objected to a reporter’s question saying the state would “seize” ventilators, instead describing it as “sharing” of resources.

Sharing?

Forced sharing!

And the supplies are going to places like Brooklyn where rules regarding social distancing are being disregarded every day!  Why should these idiots live while others in upstate New York die?

For over MONTHS I have been saying that SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19 is airborne.  I knew it was highly likely, based on the evidence of rapid spread — and my own first hand experience (which I will talk about in another post).

Then Chinese doctors raised the alarm the third week of February saying it was airborne — but elements within the Chinese CDC denied it in an effort to stop panic and control the narrative.

Apparently President XI intervened the next day, because both of the official newspapers of the Chinese Communist Party explicitly admitted to the west SARS-CoV-2 is airborne.  XI knew that denying that information to western countries would be more painful to China than admitting it to their own people.

Then last week Dr. Anthony FAUCI admitted during a White House briefing that it was likely airborne.

Now, the White House has turned to other doctors and researchers and asked the question…

Is SARS-CoV-2 Airborne?

Their answer is YES!

A prestigious scientific panel told the White House Wednesday night that research shows coronavirus can be spread not just by sneezes or coughs, but also just by talking, or possibly even just breathing.

“While the current [coronavirus] specific research is limited, the results of available studies are consistent with aerosolization of virus from normal breathing,” according to the letter, written by Dr. Harvey FINEBURG, chairman of a committee with the National Academy of Sciences.

Without Electricity You Will Have Anarchy

Empty food shelves at my local Walmart.

One thing a lot of preppers thought would happen during an emergency like this pandemic, is that grocery stores would completely empty within 3 days.

But that has been far from reality…

There is still lots of food on shelves.

There was panic buying in the first few days of the pandemic because of poor communication by government officials. People (including myself) thought that quarantine would mean that nobody was allowed outside for ANY reason.  So shelves in the supermarkets were stripped of food, toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitizer, cleaning supplies (like bleach and Lysol), and cold and flu medications.

Once people realized that quarantine really didn’t mean “quarantine” but “social distancing” – and that trips to the supermarket were allowed – then the panic subsided.

Items were restocked usually within 8 hours from large distribution warehouses.  Walmart closed at 11 pm and by 7 am the next morning, it was full again.

Another area of panic buying was in firearms and ammunition.

There were a lot of people that have never owned a firearm in their life, that went out and purchased.  A few of my family members are communist-liberals and have never expressed an interest in owning firearms until now.  My own brother called me up expressing his woe over not buying a firearm in early January when I saw smoke on the horizon and warned him to gird his loins.

9 mm ammunition was the first to disappear off the shelves.  Followed by 5.56 mm, 7.62mm x 39, .40 cal and .22 cal long rifle.

Here is the most valuable lesson I have learned so far…

As long as the electricity is on, everything will continue to function.

Electricity is the key.

If the electrical grid goes down, that is when sheer panic takes over and the rule of law goes out the window.

That is the one good thing about this pandemic.  It has allowed me to improve my own preparations; inventory my gear and understand disaster preparedness better.

Know that our world is filled with lots of sheeple that are not equipped for an emergency.  That has now become self-evident even to them.

 

Could Herpes Cure Hold The Answer To COVID-19?

Many countries are racing to come up with a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19 — but what about a treatment?  Well there is a designer drug that was first created to treat human herpes virus, but it was never approved for humans.  Instead it was used to treat a feline coronavirus…

As the race to find effective cures for the novel coronavirus heats up, a biomedical start-up based in Singapore and Malaysia believes it could have the answer – an antiviral drug which has successfully treated coronaviruses and leukaemia in cats. The drug, known as Retromad1, has proven effective in treating the feline leukaemia virus and the feline infectious peritonitis virus, both of which are deadly to cats.

It sounds promising.  And while a vaccine takes a while toproduce, this drug is proven to work (on cats) and is ready for testing.  Hopefully the US FDA or some other country ‘fast tracks’ its testing.

DO NOT USE Ibuprofen also commonly known as Motrin or Advil to treat symptoms of COVID-19. There is strong evidence that it might make your illness worse.

Two parents from Bristol, England nearly lost their 4-year old daughter to COVID-19.  And a step-dad’s warning is making the rounds on the Internet…

If you’re struck with coronavirus symptoms, it might not be a good idea to take ibuprofen.Various experts have warned against taking the anti-inflammatory if you have COVID-19, including France’s health minister.

However unlike most of the cures and preventative measures crap being passed around via email chain-letters, or on Facebook.  This one has a scientific study behind it.   It was published in The Lancet — which is one of the most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals in the world — and after reading it, it makes sense why Ibuprofen should be avoided by EVERYONE!

SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes the disease COVID-19 and and it attaches to the cell it is targeting, via the ACE2

Human pathogenic coronaviruses (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus [SARS-CoV] and SARS-CoV-2) bind to their target cells through angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), which is expressed by epithelial cells of the lung, intestine, kidney, and blood vessels.

And here is the part of the study that is important because doctors are seeing increased lethality and complications in people with diabetes that contract COVID-19 and apparently ibuprofen increases ACE2 also!

The expression of ACE2 is substantially increased in patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, who are treated with ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II type-I receptor blockers (ARBs).Hypertension is also treated with ACE inhibitors and ARBs, which results in an upregulation of ACE2. ACE2 can also be increased by thiazolidinediones and ibuprofen. These data suggest that ACE2 expression is increased in diabetes and treatment with ACE inhibitors and ARBs increases ACE2 expression. Consequently, the increased expression of ACE2 would facilitate infection with COVID-19. We therefore hypothesise that diabetes and hypertension treatment with ACE2-stimulating drugs increases the risk of developing severe and fatal COVID-19.

The warning NOT to take ibuprofen came from the French Health Minister — and now a chorus of doctors and scientists are echoing that call.

But the National Health Service in the UK is passing out dangerous information just like every other health agency in the world…

Experts have criticized NHS advice that people self-isolating with Covid-19 should take ibuprofen, saying there is plausible evidence this could aggravate the condition.

The comments came after French authorities warned against taking widely used over the counter anti-inflammatory drugs. The country’s health minister, Olivier Véran, a qualified doctor and neurologist, tweeted on Saturday: “The taking of anti-inflammatories [ibuprofen, cortisone … ] could be a factor in aggravating the infection. In case of fever, take paracetamol [Sarge’s Edit: That is Tylenol or acetaminophen]. If you are already taking anti-inflammatory drugs, ask your doctor’s advice.”

NHS guidance states that people managing Covid-19 symptoms at home should take paracetamol or ibuprofen [Sarge’s Edit: I struck it out because that is wrong advice according to a recent information].

“I would advise against that,” said Prof Ian Jones, a virologist at the University of Reading. “There’s good scientific evidence for ibuprofen aggravating the condition or prolonging it. That recommendation needs to be updated.”

And here another British doctor is saying the same thing that NSAIDS prolong illness and complicated the complications of respiratory infections

Paul Little, a professor of primary care research at the University of Southampton, said that there was good evidence “that prolonged illness or the complications of respiratory infections may be more common when NSAIDs are used—both respiratory or septic complications and cardiovascular complications.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are members of a drug class that reduces pain, decreases fever, prevents blood clots, and in higher doses, decreases inflammation.  Click here to familiarize yourself with the commonly used NSAIDs.  Chances are you have them in your house!

Maybe we should pull ibuprofen from the shelves temporarily?

Regardless you should be passing on the link to this webpage.  It is critical information for your friends and family.

Do You REALLY Think The WHO Is Going To Save You?

Dr.TEDROS the head of the WHO has fucked up the response from the beginning. And social justice warriors masquerading as politicians and health officials aided in the disaster that is unfolding. Hopefully their heads will roll in the end.

Just to give you an idea how clueless this guy is, here is his latest tweet…

One guy commenting on Dr. TEDROS’s post summed it all up…

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