This video of a very foreign doctor working in Houston, TX, and treating Kung Flu patients was apparently so terrifying, so evil, so horrible, and so dreadful that YouTube and Google have thoroughly banned it:
Her name is Dr. Stella Immanuel, and she’s quite obviously not American. Her over-the-top delivery and nearly out-of-control body language suggest an intemperate constitution. This is a common problem with doctors who present something other than the standard mainstream narrative about the Kung Flu. Take a look at this interview with Dr. Rashid Buttar, a former brigade surgeon and Colonel in the US Army:
Same problem. Same issue. Totally out of control body language, totally over the top near-hysterical tone, and as a result some key messaging gets lost.
A friend and reader sent me the original video, back when it was on YouTube. It’s since been taken down for “violating community guidelines” – which is to say, for telling people things that Goolag doesn’t want you to know. At the time, I told my friend that the inability to modulate tone and body language is precisely the problem that got Dr. Ron Paul in trouble in all of his various Presidential runs. Every time that Dr. Paul got in front of an audience on a debate stage, his inability to stay on topic and maintain a consistent argument scuppered him, even though his basic message was far more powerful, coherent, and well-thought-out than any of his rivals.
This problem happens with pretty much everyone who gets passionate about a particular subject in which he or she maintains significant expertise. It is partly due to the extreme effort required to convey a message that one fully understands and has absorbed, to people who neither believe nor understand you.
That is why communication is as much an art as it is a science, and it is that failure to master this art that makes it so difficult to get to the truth about the TrumpCure+++.
That DOES NOT MEAN that either Dr. Immanuel or Dr. Buttar are wrong.
Anyone who has been paying attention and has brains enough to count time to music can figure out that the reaction to General Tso’s Chicken Pox has been totally overblown and extraordinarily invasive, restrictive, and foolish. The never-to-be-sufficiently-damned whorenalists and presstitutes of the mainstream (((media))) have, of course, marched in lockstep to proclaim that the TrumpCure+++ does not work and is totally ridiculous.
But, is that the actual truth?
The evidence that we can independently find and corroborate tells us that it absolutely is not. In fact, that evidence categorically tells us that we are being ripped off, lied to, and misled at every possible turn.
Let’s take a look at the people who benefit the most from denying the TrumpCure+++ works – and let’s remember what the TrumpCure+++ actually is.
That cure consists of: hydroxychloroquine sulfate (antimalarial drug), zinc (dietary supplement), azithromycin (antibiotic), and a mega-dose of Vitamin C (dietary supplement and commonly found in fruits and vegetables).
Hydroxychloroquine is a well-known, safe drug with some sixty years or more of clinical data and evidence behind it. The drug has been used to treat malaria, lupus, and arthritis. Since I am not a doctor, I have no insight into exactly how the stuff works and I make no claims as to its effectiveness at blocking viral transmission.
My complete lack of qualifications aside, the link between HCQ and the inhibition of coronavirus replication has been known since, at minimum, 2005:
These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage. In addition to the well-known functions of chloroquine such as elevations of endosomal pH, the drug appears to interfere with terminal glycosylation of the cellular receptor, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2. This may negatively influence the virus-receptor binding and abrogate the infection, with further ramifications by the elevation of vesicular pH, resulting in the inhibition of infection and spread of SARS CoV at clinically admissible concentrations.
So basically, HCQ stops the spike protein – that funny crown thing on the outside of the COVID-19 virus – from locking into the receptors of host cells and thereby stops it from replicating.
Zinc and Vitamin C are safe and extremely well known dietary supplements. Both have side effects if consumed by people with certain allergies, sensitivities, or health issues, but both are extremely common in nature. You literally cannot eat a piece of fruit without consuming Vitamin C. Taken together or separately, both act to boost the body’s immune system and grant significant health benefits.
Azithromycin is a broad-spectrum, relatively mild antibiotic used to treat a very wide variety of bacterial infections. If you’ve ever had strep throat (God knows I’ve had many cases of that particular nasty bug in my life), then you’ve probably been treated with a Z-pack. It’s a standard treatment and a highly effective one.
Why does the TrumpCure+++ work so well? I don’t really know. But the testimony of thousands of doctors from around the world – not just in the USA – tells us that it absolutely does work.
Now, who benefits from denying that this set of prophylactic measures is even remotely effective?
The medical establishment has a very clear vested interest in crash-developing extremely expensive medicines and vaccines that may, or may not, work in the face of immense consumer demand and government outlays.
They are getting paid billions of dollars to crash-develop a vaccine against a specific type of coronavirus. Let us keep in mind the fact that no drug company has ever developed a successful vaccine for a coronavirus of any kind.
Creating a new vaccine isn’t a simple process. You can’t just take inert virus cells from one host and inject them into someone else. It’s just not that straightforward. There are thousands of possible mutations to take into account, and every season brings new ones. Some vaccine production methods work consistently, while others don’t. It’s relatively easy and cheap to create vaccines for some types of viruses, and really difficult and expensive for others.
That helps explain why vaccines against the influenza virus are readily available and easy to produce – if not always particularly reliable. It also helps explain why Ebola has no vaccine, and neither does any form of coronavirus – including the ones that cause the common cold.
Now add to this the fact that remdesivir, the anti-HIV drug currently touted by the whorenalist classes as the “killer app” against COVID-19, is really freakin’ expensive compared to HCQ and a Z-pack. Who do you suppose benefits in that case?
Hint: not you, not me. (Well, maybe me, because I happen to own shares in massive company with significant business in pharmaceuticals. But not directly, since I don’t own shares in Gilead. I only “own” shares in it through my index fund and ETF investments, and that doesn’t count.)
So, once more: cui bono?
The answer is that Big Pharma benefits from keeping a simple, reasonably safe, effective, and stable set of drugs that cannot be sold under off-label usage for a killing.
The (((media))) benefits by keeping us all scared and helpless, without being able to look for and listen to alternatives that we can try out ourselves, under the advice of our family physicians who know us best.
The Left benefits by keeping us all locked down and blinded and crazed with fear.
But you, the common man, lose out.
Meanwhile, His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Lion of Midnight, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, has shown us that there probably is a better way forward.
As for this Dr. Stella Immanuel, she might just be a complete head case. Given that she’s from Africa, where they believe in barmy nonsense and witch-doctor cures, she could well be a nutter. Who knows?
Does that alone invalidate her testimony about HCQ + Z-Pack + Vitamin C + Zinc? I don’t think so, not when there are plenty of other doctors around the world telling us exactly the same thing.
If nothing else, one of the side benefits that Corona-chan will give us all is a renewed and very healthy scepticism of so-called “expert” opinion. It’s well past time that we took all of these “experts” to take their opinions and shove them right up their own keesters.