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doctorlw 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's always been 27x.

13x more likely to prevent an asymptomatic case. It is disputable if asymptomatic cases are meaningful, as it is debatable if they represent true illness at all.

27x represents chances of contracting symptomatic COVID, a much better metric as this is much more likely to be representative of true infection and such cases can spread disease.

Both these numbers were from the same study.

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doctorlw 1 point ago +1 / -0

There are dozens of us, DOZENS!

Seriously, there are more than that. Outside of the institutional setting, you will find that there are many physicians and providers who fit this mold.

While medical school and residency (like high school and college) now do their best to eliminate critical thinking and filter through the dogmatic, obedient, and compliant, some do make it through unscathed.

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doctorlw 3 points ago +4 / -1

Predicted sequence of events:

The fraud info starts as a trickle. Fraud disabled or hampered by increased scrutiny. Trump runs for house, republicans win house 2022. Retake senate. Fraud info comes out in a torrent. Trump becomes house speaker. Biden impeached and removed, kamala impeached. Trump president.

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doctorlw 10 points ago +10 / -0

I have no problem with HCQ or Ivermectin, prescribed them to patients who requested them, and agree they were wrongfully maligned and people should be held accountable for that.

However, don't play into the narrative. For 99% of people who caught this virus, they did not need medication at all. It's not very deadly, and it didn't even meet the CDC's own existing criteria for a high level pandemic (prior to them wiping that info).

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doctorlw 3 points ago +3 / -0

I would disagree. The goal wasn't death, it was disruption (which is typically the goal of traditional attacks that cause death). From that standpoint, it's the most successful attack in recent memory. It brought the world economy to a halt and allowed tin pot dictators to emerge everywhere following the Chinese model. Not sure it could have been any more successful than it was.

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doctorlw 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's always been.

Pharma companies will use Relative Risk Reduction when describing efficacy.

However, to truly understand the real benefits you must use Absolute Risk Reduction (or Number Needed to Treat is also a quality metric).

I haven't read the Lancet article linked to but I guarantee that's what's been done here.

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doctorlw 2 points ago +2 / -0

Paging Maj Toure, will be interested to see his comments on this.

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doctorlw 3 points ago +3 / -0

In my opinion, the vaccines are only a problem in a world where the bad guys win.

How do you make a virus that is both highly transmissible and deadly? You can't.

Unless... you take a virus that is highly transmissible and amplify it's deadliness via ADE. A slightly modified spike protein would cause the mRNA vaccines to go from protector to incredibly deadly liability.

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doctorlw 1 point ago +1 / -0

As jiujitsuman has already pointed out, the Libertarian party is not the same as the libertarian school of thought - and indeed, under the leadership of Nick Sarwark, the Libertarian party became an absolute joke.

The fact that the Libertarian party did not fight for civil liberties during the closure of businesses, destruction of lives during the COVID pandemic was a squandered opportunity and will be a dark stain on their name (and rightfully so).

The idea of libertarianism, however, is more in tune with the idea of the Q movement than any other political line of thinking. You will also find it is the only political ideology with any relative consistency.

The Mises caucus is currently in the process of overtaking the current libertarian party, which at present, is filled with pretenders. Give it a few years, the libertarian party could become a real force.

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doctorlw 2 points ago +2 / -0

r/libertarian has long been astroturfed and overrun with leftist shills and in some cases, literal communists which should be the antithesis of libertarianism.

If you want to read what actual libertarians think, go to r/GoldandBlack

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doctorlw 7 points ago +7 / -0

I am a physician who had COVID, and has diagnosed COVID in over 2000 people now via clinical history + PCR and/or Ig).

COVID is 100% real. It is on the level of the common cold for most people, but far more dangerous to people with significant health problems. It should have been treated as such from the start, and I have advocated that from the beginning. But the hoax does not extend as far as the virus not existing at all.

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doctorlw 5 points ago +5 / -0

In the interview, he actually states that the spike protein if injected directly into the body was causing adverse events - especially cardiovascular.

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doctorlw 3 points ago +3 / -0

I warned colleagues early on the damage that was being done to the reputations of medical professionals in general.

I have no faith in the medical system, it is corrupt as anything else. During our training they specifically weed out independent thinking in medical school and residency. Just like everything else, medicine is about compliance and obedience these days.

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doctorlw 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well those are epic videos.

Dan Scavino's days on twitter are likely numbered at this point.

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doctorlw 1 point ago +1 / -0

now this is the rare troll post that actually made me laugh.

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doctorlw 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't agree at all. My assessment of Patrick Byrne has always been white hat with the express purpose of disinformation.

The deep state monitors us on forums like these / specific podcasts and relies on us to decode Q for them. Byrne went on Q related podcasts at key moments to pass on disheartening info for Q followers and reassuring information for DS. That misinformation needed to be seeded in our community - if we could see things clearly than so can the DS. Despite that, every time Byrne put out disinformation I felt he always dropped enough subtle hints to reassure true / savvy Q followers. Like it or not, as frustrating as it can be at times, we too need to be constantly head faked.

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doctorlw 10 points ago +11 / -1

Bitcoin, yes. Cryptocurrency in general? No.

There are options out there such as Nano, or BCH, that have potential.

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doctorlw 4 points ago +4 / -0

Exactly. I've been speaking out from the beginning, I know others that do but we must be careful.

Unfortunately, though, medical training is very hierarchical every step of training. Students are selected for their ability to recite dogma and listen to authority. Like you say, most just follow guidelines without questioning them... that is how we are trained. It is part of my disdain for the current state of medicine.

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doctorlw 19 points ago +19 / -0

Brennan, Fauci, Clapper, Whitmer, Cuomo, Newsom

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doctorlw 12 points ago +12 / -0

Take a much needed break, see you back here in a few weeks.

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doctorlw 35 points ago +35 / -0

I feel the same way. I stepped away from Q for a while to reassess reality. However, the reality we are currently experiencing is almost cartoonish in itself. I can't believe that those in power would behave so overtly and expose themselves so greatly if they were not desperate. Regardless if there is a plan and the military is going to bail us out, the people are waking and it makes them frightened. They know that if one is exposed for their crimes, so go all of them. Their only move is to prosecute and attack, full on police state, and maintain power at all costs because if honest people make their way in these folks will be lucky to keep their heads attached.

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doctorlw 1 point ago +3 / -2

Not the answer. So let them complete the color revolution unopposed?

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