20200426: Back to Work – MAGA ON! Kickin’ CoVid and Dems to the Curb!

Guess what… Did you know Wuhan was the fentanyl capital of China? Surprised? Take a look here, article of the day: https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-04-24/wuhan-china-coronavirus-fentanyl-global-drug-trade The woman who wrote the story, is a Barnard Grad who lives in Mexico City. She’s good, too. She’s written about 20 stories on the “Acute Lung Infection” which is raging throughout Mexico. It’s Wuhan Flu, obviously, but the government is covering it up. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-04-24/mexico-severe-lung-infections-jump-50-implying-virus-undercount

This thread will still serve as all things related to CCP Flu, and the WH Daily Presser, but we’re beginning to focus more on GOOD NEWS, looking for green sprouts in our economy, evidence of “smashing the curve”, better results and wider distribution of therapeutics, and bigger than anticipated herd immunity. 

America is ready to go back to work! We have a Three Phase “guideline” Plan. The citizens are restless, Dem Governors and the media appear more and more desperate. There are at least a dozen state protests scheduled in the next week. Random power grabs by some Governors are not particularly well-received….. like this statement from the Virginia Health Commissioner…. who wants to lock down Virginia for TWO YEARS.

(Hard Link for WH Presser, if there is one.)

For our newcomers: The Q Tree community has been diligent in covering the threat of Coronavirus, COVID19, Wuhan FLU. We started accumulating information about this virus in mid-late January, in what became almost weekly threads. We’ve been weeks, if not months, ahead of MSM outlets to vet rumors and other medical papers, etc.

Primary Update Links:

In our past weekly threads, we assembled information on the following:

  • Primary update links. The dashboard from Johns Hopkins which counts “official” cases all over the world, the CDC, and WHO, and includes the links for our past threads.
  • Hard Data Medical Information- Explanation about testing, reliance on China for drugs, analysis of NE Journal of Medicine results and other published papers.
  • Vaccine and therapeutics (new/old drugs to alleviate symptoms) news and updates
  • Trump Administration response (the timeline and links to various agencies)
  • China Responses, timelines, research, attempt to cover actions, or secrecy in results discovered.
  • An aggregate of info/responses from other countries, listed by country.
  • Economic impact from around the world. A change in economic activity will indicate a “return to normal”.
  • Speculation/debunking on how the virus started
  • Media Bias, political response, and debunking section, like the article from AP News, overt bias from Politico, inflammatory headlines, etc.
  • Other medical info to boost immune system, herbal remedies, ways to keep your house clean and NOT spread the virus to others. Excellent information to incorporate into daily lifestyle.
  • Hard links for OTHER valuable sources/blogs and a brief sentence or two about what they provide
  • Other news items

Our weekly updates. timelines, collection of valuable information, can be found here:

Please try to keep your sense of humor during this National Emergency, and remember, patience is a virtue.

Love to all! Blessings to those suffering with this disease and those who have lost loved ones. A hearty thank you to the healthcare workers, first responders, stock clerks, cashiers, truckdrivers, farmers, and those who keep our supply chains running.

368 thoughts on “20200426: Back to Work – MAGA ON! Kickin’ CoVid and Dems to the Curb!

  1. I don’t know what practical metric is established by dividing WuFlu deaths by the population of a country. If there is a helpful utility, it escapes me.

    For example: In the deadliest year of the Vietnam war for Americans, 1968, 99.9917% of Americans did not die in the Vietnam war. That metric drives the number of American deaths into obscurity.

    Concerning American deaths, what matters is that in 1968, 16,592 Americans died in the Vietnam war . . . and that is a horrific total of death.

    Rather than spend time discussing whether the number of WuFlu deaths should be divided by the population of a country, or by the number of people calculated to have caught the WuFlu, or by the number of people that were showing symptoms and have been tested and determined to be covid-19 positive, and then calling the resultant number the Infection Mortality Rate or the Case Mortality Rate or whatever, we need to spend our time on more important and practical matters.

    The WuFlu is going to run its course through the U.S., whether this year or this year and the next year and into the future. The practical issue at hand is to effectively control the spread of the WuFlu so that the number of deaths and, indeed, the permanent injuries and the pain and suffering are held to a reasonable minimum.

    So, fully realizing that I will be missing some actions here, we should:

    Increase the protection of our most vulnerable populations from WuFlu infection to a very tight standard.

    Where current infection and fatality rates allow, ease carefully off isolation and social distancing, over time, while closely monitoring populations for infection spikes and taking rapid responsive actions to manage the spikes.

    Actively test large numbers of the population for WuFlu infection, almost immediately administering an effective protocol (e.g., the Zelenko Protocol) to all those who test positive or who are exhibiting probable WuFlu symptoms. Remove all unwarranted barriers to the release of effective medications. If insufficient medications exist, then limit administration of the protocol to seniors, persons with comorbidities or compromised immune systems, or persons with strong symptoms. Those that are fairly healthy but infected should be isolated and closely monitored for any changes for the worse. The overall effect of early treatment should limit hospital admissions, assignments to ICUs and applications of ventilators.

    Aggressively educate the public, simply and concisely if possible, on effective steps to take, such as reasonable exercise, sufficient sleep and good nutrition, including food and supplements, to increase the strength of their immune systems.

    Naturally, continue to aggressively develop and test anti-viral methods, ensuring fair and comprehensive testing and reporting. Bring new anti-viral methods into the system as soon as results indicate effectiveness, relying on common sense and publicly observed results and greatly reducing red tape and bureaucratic recalcitrance.

    In the longer term, continue with development of an effective vaccine, rigidly adhering to the tightest of safety standards, particularly against undesirable or unwanted side effects, short term or long term.

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    1. I had a long talk with my 89 year old mom this week and told her about that doctor telling people to drink tonic water and take zinc. Since it was a doctor who recommended it, she’s going to do it. 🙂

      I think someone seriously needs to tell all seniors and people with underlying conditions to do this. Even if some of these people end up getting sick, it could cut down on the seriousness of the virus. I seriously doubt it will be Faucci or Birx. But someone needs to tell these people concrete steps like these they can do to protect themselves.

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      1. For consideration –

        Today, tonic water still contains quinine, but the roles are reversed: a diluted, sweeter formulation of tonic water helps guide gin and vodka past the tonsils instead. Among foods and drinks that are ingested solely for reasons of taste, tonic water is unique in that it was first and foremost a medicine. Since medicines tend to have side effects, is it possible that a hidden health risk is swirling around in tonic water? The answer is yes, with some caveats. Quinine is still used to treat malaria today, although doctors typically reserve it for cases when the pathogen responsible for the disease displays resistance to newer drugs. However, you’d have to drink almost 20 liters of today’s dilute tonic water daily to achieve the daily dose typically prescribed for malaria.

        https://www.livescience.com/36536-tonic-water-quinine-malaria-health.html

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        1. This is who now owns livescience . com

          https://www.futureplc.com/
          “Our Services
          Our partners look to us to make unique and valuable connections in a number of ways including creative advertising solutions, memorable live experiences, superior eCommerce technology, and innovative media services. We push boundaries, seize opportunities and exceed expectations.”

          © Future plc. Reg No 3757874 England. Quay House, The Ambury, Bath BA1 1UA

          At this point I am not sure I trust them. Also while disease free you do not need a major ‘punch’ just a constant dribble of zinc into your cells.

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        2. Along those same lines…

          CocaCola and Pepsi were original developed as medicines.

          Are there “hidden” health risks swirling around inside Coke and Pepsi? Yes, of course. Overuse is a bad idea.

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        1. I have calculated that 16 ounces of tonic water per day equals approx. 290mg of quinine per week. The prophylactic dose of chloroquine is 300mg once per week, which is the closest I can find to quinine dosing.

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    2. CHECK the vaccine for mice viruses that can cause long term health issues down the road.

      We already have decent anti-viral protocols. At this point it is a matter of shoving aside those with Conflicts of Interest like FauXi and educating the public. Good grief, vitamins – A, C, D3, E, K…. and minerals zinc & selenium & iron…. are really no brainers. At that point you add an ionophore(s) that aid zinc absorption into the cells.

      hydroxychloroquine — Prescription
      chloroquine — Prescription
      quinine (aka tonic water)
      EGCG (as green tea or as an extract from green tea)
      Quercetin (as an extract or from certain plants link )
      CBD oil (an extract from hemp)
      https://indigonaturals.net/blogs/news/supplements-that-share-a-key-pathway-with-hydroxychloroquine-for-coronavirus

      Don’t touch your face AND WASH YOUR HANDS — DONE!

      It really is not rocket science.

      One of the biggest things is convincing corporations and schools to allow SICK PEOPLE TO STAY HOME! These crappy policies of forcing sick people to interact with other and spread disease is idiotic. You would actually have LESS down time if the flu did not take out department after department. People at work too miserable to do much is NOT productive.

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      1. One way to keep sickness down in enclosed spaces, actually, is to go back to radiator heat, or use under flooring heating systems and ditch the forced air. That’s a HUGE part of the problem in offices. I would imagine schools are the same way.

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  2. This doesn’t surprise me at all. I’ve run into 2 nurses who obviously hate old people because we ask logical questions they didn’t know enough to answer or even look at the order for the answers, and that was just when I had an initial biopsy on thyroid and lymph nodes. They assumed I was to have sedation when I was not to have sedation.

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    1. I inspect at some of there plants. They already have pretty strict protocols to get in there with PPE, and other protections. Problem is all the work surfaces are stainless steel. Long virus shelf life. Cafeteria for employee breaks is probably where it spreads the most.

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      1. According to Dr. Judy M., without moisture, the virus lives 15 minutes on any surface.

        What’s real and what isn’t has not been worked out just yet.

        A cheese plant specializing in mozz is a direct attack on the pizza industry.

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            1. That is what they did in Greeley but the Union wants employees tested. Problem is the large number of employees and the close work environment. Testing is a no brainer as they are essential employees.

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  3. Small rant coming on..I’ve seen an TV ad for Sinai Hospital donations about 5 times in the last hour. WHY ? They play the victim of this terrible CV, they need everything from PPE to dinner for 10 care givers. According to PTrump anything that a hospital needs..they can access. Hell if they need something take it from the leaving hosp ship.

    I’m sick of this. My bf got back from on road…no free dinners for him hanging out for hours waiting to deliver a trailer of TP to Ralphs. Half the truck stops don’t have hot food anymore. He paid over $5 for a gallon of plain water. Everything is going up IF they even have things. They act like every driver is typhoid joe and severely limit bathroom use at warehouses ..usually they point to a porta potty.

    I hope they start printing lots and lots of money…people are going to need it once eggs, chicken and beef , milk go sky high.

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      1. Thanks Gail. We sold our company a couple of years ago and kept one truck for extra income. We always had contracted with FedEx ..this foray into random warehouses and delivery sites is a big difference. I guess freight is down because of decrease in imports from China so it’s weird short loads?

        We’re getting ready to go back to our place in lovely South Carolina and pretend that we still can live a normal life. I don’t think they’re taking temps at the beach and no mask required…sad LOL.

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  4. Can’t go back thread to see if this has been posted yet, but here is a big gem.

    “Trump always lands on his feet- Cedar-Sinai doctors introduce “Injectable Disinfectant” two days before POTUS mentioned it”

    “Two days before President Trump asked about injecting UV light & using disinfectants to fight Covid-19, doctors at Cedar-Sinai introduced what they call “Healight” an “Injectable disinfectant”.

    https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/aytu-bioscience-signs-exclusive-global-license-with-cedars-sinai-for-potential-coronavirus-treatment-2020-04-20 Sincerely, C. Steven Tucker

    h/t http://www.iotwreport via C. Steven Tucker
    https://iotwreport.com/trump-always-lands-on-his-feet-cedar-sinai-doctors-introduce-injectable-disinfectant-two-days-before-potus-mentioned-it/

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