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Dr Zelenko has been much in the news recently and Mikki Willis (of Plandemic fame) has provided an 8 minute interview with the great man.

In addition to his thoughts on the Covid pandemic, he also describes his protocol for the prevention and prophylactic treatment of early stage Covid, a protocol which doesn't involve the use of any contentious drugs such as hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin, since many pharmacies in the USA were either unwilling or unable to provide these.

(9 minutes)



So what does this protocol involve?

Elemental zinc, vitamins C and D3, Quercetin ("an apple a day keeps the doctor away") (the complete information is shown at the end of the video on the last frames.

This is not rocket science.

I have been taking these items daily for years as part of my normal wellness diet - maybe not in the exact quantities that he recommends but substantially so.

Of course the good news doesn't stop there - the protocol will work for other viral infections such as the flu (now a happily distant memory since I adopted the wellness diet).

And the diet has been free from unwanted "adverse effects" ...  (although "one man's meat is another man's poison" as the alternative doctor doth aver).

It does seem that if we would all eat healthily, the pandemic could never have happened!

So what lessons should our "health service" be learning from all this?



Is Siri the latest Loudspeaker gizmo that will let you navigate the internet by voice alone (and allow Silicon Valley to diagnose your voice-print to collect your health status)?

No, he's ICAN's live flesh and blood attorney.

Here he is in conversation with Del Bigtree (the Highwire host who shouts a lot) discussing the various legal campaigns that ICAN (Informed Consent Action Network) has undertaken in recent years - and what an informative conversation it is!

(1 hr 45)



Del Bigtree of the Highwire brings us a review of the W.H.O. Global Vaccine Safety Summit. December 2019.

This reminds us that the vaccine hesitancy problem was a feature before the Covid vaccines burst upon us, before they were mandated by various bodies both private and governmental around the world, and before sections of populations were motivated to march in their thousands around the world to defy the demand that the whole world should be vaccinated. Indeed the W.H.O. Safety Summit took place before the pandemic even (officially) started.

It was taken so seriously that the W.H.O. debated it in front of the cameras.

Did the W.H.O. heed the advice of their Summit?

This is just two quotes, still topical today, almost two years later:

"I spend a lot of time talking ... with tech companies (Facebook, WhatsApp ... Weibo) they have a lot of fingers pointing at them to fix the misinformation problem, but it's not so simple. 1. The biggest problem is a lot of it's not misinformation. Our problem is ... that there's not anything 100%, and what actually can legally without creating a censorship thing, can we absolutely say that this is misinformation? because we have a lot of ambiguity in the safety field, and we have to come to terms with that - so we have to think about it differently than deleting misinformation, but building trust so that people are willing to put up with a certain amount of risk because they believe in it enough ..."

"... we need much more investment in safety science"

Del does shout a lot, but ... he's American, and that's his style. What matters is: is he right? Just turn down the volume a tad ...

(2 hours)

After watching this I am left with the overwhelming notion that this topic of vaccine safety is in effect intractable when we mix in all the risk factors that need validation in the course of approving a new vaccine - and that's before we add in the additional complexity inherent in applying more than one vaccine at a time.

If vaccination safety is so intractable, is it really sensible to roll out an untested unapproved vaccine that hasn't even completed its admittedly inadequate safety trials, and mandate that vaccine to the whole world?

Could the vaccine industry ever be economically viable without the cooperation, even effectively the coercion, of governments around the world? Or even if it was merely genuinely concerned for the safety of its products?



I went through my own health crisis around the turn of the century, and in the process learned that

  1. my doctor knew nothing much about health 
  2. he was adept at prescribing more drugs
  3. one of the primary functions of the NHS is to act as the sales arm of big pharma (at tax-payers' expense)

Ivor Cummins is not a doctor, but he can read scientific papers. The result is that whilst I undertook my healing through an ad hoc trial and error process, he approached his research via a methodical search of the scientific literature. The good news for science is that that approach worked - the bad news is that we need specialists (such as Ivor) who are prepared to put in the vast numbers of hours necessary to search for and decipher the real truth, and then put it together in an accessible format for us normies to understand.

Happily Ivor is one of those who comes up trumps in both these departments, and I salute him for his dogged tenacity and wonderful clarity of exposition. 


Like / Dislike this video here.

See also Ivor's book on the same topic: Eat Rich Live Long



Health and Care Bill: water fluoridation

A Policy Paper published on 19th July "explains how the government plans to transfer responsibility for water fluoridation from local authorities to the Secretary of State".

"The World Health Organization recommends a maximum level of 1.5 milligrams of fluoride per litre of water (mg/l)"

"The Water Industry Act will maintain the duty on the Secretary of State to monitor and report on the effects of water fluoridation every 4 years"

"... the purpose of the water fluoridation clauses in the Bill is to give Secretary of State the power to directly introduce, vary or terminate water fluoridation schemes"

Fluorine of course is a member of the halogen family (fluorine chlorine bromine iodine) and possesses chemical properties similar to the other members of the same family. So it is possible for fluorine to replace iodine in the thyroid hormones T3 and T4, compromising their function.

It is unclear why the government is giving priority to this change, which in the scale of matters medical doesn't seem to bring more than a marginal benefit; although no doubt it is seen by some as a tidying up of the responsibilities, which currently lie at a local government level.

Whatever the reasoning, it seems unlikely that this move will lead to any lessening of provision of fluoridated water in the UK over time. An extension of mass medication is clearly indicated.

Why am I not reassured?