OVER THE COUNTER THERAPEUTICS FOR PREVENTING AND TREATING COVID-19

https://www.americanpartisan.org/2021/08/over-the-counter-therapeutics-for-preventing-and-treating-covid-19/

Posted by Patriotman | Aug 22, 2021 | MedicalPatriotman | 11  |     

Over The Counter Therapeutics for Preventing and Treating COVID-19

This again comes from a friend who has been all over this information since the beginning. Thank you – you know who you are. Obligatory “this is not medical advice”.


Over The Counter Therapeutics for preventing and treating Covid-19

TherapeuticWhyThe ScienceNotes
IvermectinInhibits and disrupts binding of the SARS-CoV-2 S protein at the ACE-2 receptors, and multiple other mechanismsThe mechanisms of action of Ivermectin against SARS-CoV-2: An evidence-based clinical review articleFLCCC Ivermectin PageNote:  OTC for the vet version (but Ivermectin is Ivermectin)Ann Barnhardt Vet Ivermectin PageNote:  Used in FLCCC protocols here and Zelenko treatment protocol here.
ZincIntracellular antiviral immunityThe Role of Zinc in Antiviral ImmunityPotential role of zinc supplementation in prophylaxis and treatment of COVID-19
QuercetinZinc ionophore, facilitates zinc entry into cellsZinc Ionophore Activity of Quercetin and Epigallocatechin-gallate: From Hepa 1-6 Cells to a Liposome ModelRepurposing Therapeutics for COVID-19: Supercomputer-Based Docking to the SARS-CoV-2 Viral Spike Protein and Viral Spike Protein-Human ACE2 InterfaceNote: Use in lieu of hydroxychloroquine, which is a prescription drug in the U.S.Note: Used in Zelenko prophylaxis protocol here and Zelenko treatment protocol here.
AzithromycinBroad-spectrum antibiotic for bacterial infections including those associated with pneumoniaCOVID-19 outpatients: early risk-stratified treatment with zinc plus low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: a retrospective case series studyEarly COVID-19 therapy with azithromycin plus nitazoxanide, ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine in outpatient settings significantly improved COVID-19 outcomes compared to known outcomes in untreated patientsNote: OTC for the vet versionNote: Used in Zelenko treatment protocol here.
Vitamin D3Impact on innate and adaptive immune responses and on the suppression of the inflammatory processVitamin D Deficiency and Outcome of COVID-19 PatientsThe Impact of Vitamin D Level on COVID-19 Infection: Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisVitamin D3 as Potential Treatment Adjuncts for COVID-19Does vitamin D deficiency increase the severity of COVID-19?
Vitamin CSupports epithelial barrier function against pathogens and promotes oxidant scavenging activityVitamin C and COVID-19Vitamin C and Immune Function
n-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)Inhibits NF-κB, as well as the replication of viruses in human lung epithelial cells, reduces the production of pro-inflammatory cytokinesN-Acetylcysteine to Combat COVID-19: An Evidence ReviewN-Acetylcysteine as Adjuvant Therapy for COVID-19 – A Perspective on the Current State of the EvidencePrecursor of the antioxidant glutathione.Note: The FDA is trying to reclassify NAC as a drug.Can still be obtained here.
GlutathioneProtective action against the exacerbated inflammation triggered by COVID-19 upon ACE/ACE2 imbalanceThe Role of Glutathione in Protecting against the Severe Inflammatory Response Triggered by COVID-19Nebulization of Glutathione and N-Acetylcysteine as an Adjuvant Therapy for COVID-19 OnsetEndogenous Deficiency of Glutathione as the Most Likely Cause of Serious Manifestations and Death in COVID-19 PatientsNote: Discussion of the best form of oral glutathione here.
SeleniumInhibits entrance of viruses into the healthy cellsSelenium supplementation in the prevention of coronavirus infections (COVID-19)Selenium and viral infection: are there lessons for COVID-19?
Beta HydroxybutyrateBlocks NLRP3 inflammasome-mediated inflammatory diseaseThe ketone metabolite β-hydroxybutyrate blocks NLRP3 inflammasome-mediated inflammatory diseaseSevere COVID-19: NLRP3 Inflammasome DysregulatedNote: Metabolized in the liver from C8 MCT (caprylic acid)
MelatoninProtective against acute lung injury (ALI) and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) caused by viral and other pathogensCOVID-19: Melatonin as a potential adjuvant treatmentMelatonin may decrease risk for and aid treatment of COVID-19 and other RNA viral infectionsNote: Used in FLCCC protocols here.

 

Key things to know about Covid-19 and the current “vaccines”

Dr. Peter McCullough, Texas A&M College of Medicine: 5 most important truths about COVID-19 (3:47 min):  https://www.lifesitenews.com/video/dr-mccullough-5-most-important-truths-about-covid-19/

1. Virus is not spread asymptomatically

2. Should never test asymptomatic people (just generates false positives)

3. Natural immunity is robust, complete and durable – far superior to vaccines

4. Covid-19 is easily treatable at home if treated early with effective therapeutics like Ivermectin & HCQ (3 phases of Covid – viral replication, inflammation, thrombosis – the last is what kills people)

5. Current Covid-19 vaccines are obsolete, DON’T cover the new variants, and should be considered unsafe and unfit for human use

THE PASHTUN, A COMMENTARY BY NC SCOUT

Posted by NC Scout | Aug 16, 2021 | NC ScoutOpinion | 56  |     

The Pashtun, A Commentary by NC Scout

So, here we are. Nearly twenty years after the events of 9/11, which kicked off a war in perpetuity spanning campaigns in places both known and unknown, blurring the lines of morality while seeking to define the term the greater good, we find ourselves in no better position than when we began. Unless of course you count the endless bridges to nowhere, the never ending high tech programs designed to give so-called warfighters a better edge on the battlefield. In reality, such prospects are a farce. Overencumbered and micromanaged, accomplishing nothing. Synthesizing information at the fingertips, removing the humanity of war in so much as it creates an artificial superstructure. Unfathomable, insurmountable, impossible.

Indeed.

And yet, Iraq remains the battlefield between peoples, now perpetually in a state of anarchy. Yemen is no such success. Somalia remains impoverished, illiterate, and starving. Libya, once a nation with a relatively high standard of living has now become a battleground between which oil interest seeks to inherit her vast wealth. Syria remains only due to intervention on part of the Russians. Imagine that. But let us take in the case of Afghanistan, the current example of American policy failure, should we be able to call it such.

The land known as the graveyard of empires is once more exactly that. A twenty year epitaph of American opulence ironically known as Operation Enduring Freedom. When this author arrived in Afghanistan, he was sold on romanticized tales of combat on the dusty plains. A Warrior’s War. A hard life against a brutal and cunning enemy. Like all things, reality would be a horse of a different color. The Pashtuns were not exactly the romanticized fighters made of them on either side, rather, an untrustworthy tribal people, loosely conjoined by an overarching cultural resistance, out to make a buck selling their sometimes allies. Sometimes you, sometimes your enemy. Insha Allah. And they were quite honest about it, unlike the American State Department. There, you can sell out your country and allegedly your allies, simultaneously.

In fact we’ve come to a point where America has no real allies. Europe is hell bent on cultural suicide, Britain an empty shell, both importing with open arms the very product of two decades of failed policy now strangling them. There is no longer a cultural cohesion anyone could objectively point towards, with the only things coming from her cultural centers of New York and Hollywood either being rehashes of true icons or simplistic hollow propagandist trash appealing to only the lowest common denominator of the inept, the stupid, the immoral. So much for the intellectual Left of yesteryear which actually could rather cleverly ask moral questions within the framework of love of country. This can no longer be allowed, as love of country is dirty relic of evil colonialism, as we’re consistently reminded. The revolutionary chants of homeland or death have been replaced by a desire to remove any and all social controls. So be it.

Indeed Afghanistan continues its reputation as the graveyard of empires, pointing to her last success in the Soviet experience nearly half the length of the American duration. There was more money to be made. And perhaps my friend, Paul Avalone, author of the excellent Tattoo Zoo, was correct in his assertions for Soldier of Fortune way back when in 2006, claiming there was nothing worth gaining in that place. Much heartburn came as a result, as usually is the case when people are right.

The land of the Pashtun is once more in the hands of the very people from which we sought to liberate. Despite a technological advantage deemed the most one sided fight in the history of man, despite the weight of refined tactical prowess, despite a omnipotent targeting ability unmatched, despite precision munitions capable of hitting a spec of dirt from the stratosphere, America lost. And the world paid careful attention. Man to man there is no match for the American trigger puller, the Man on the ground, relying on his instincts, his wit and that of his teammates. In every case when such skill is relied upon, tactical victory is assured. This much we know. But war is too important to be left to the Warfighters, lest money be left on the table. For this reason alone, the victory was instead left in the hands of Afghan bagmen who cared not for a cohesive country but only for the vague eventual promise of a golden ticket to the land of plenty. It is a tale told over and over in the failures of American policy, guided by idiot Leftist intellectuals.

It is these same intellectuals we find guiding American domestic policy. Those speaking from their ivory tower lecterns, shuffling their well groomed graduates into positions of Federal authority armed and equipped with an empowered sense of objective morality. All the same tools, all the same tactics, all the same hubris of a failed policy cultivated overseas and brought home to fester. The outcome of a hopeless people with no guidance, no purpose, no direction aside from crushing any resistance to their empty bumper sticker slogans. Legality, I must remind you, applies only if you follow their own rules created for you -not them- and on that end, not daring question the status of things. The audacity to ask for legitimate elections or transparency! The daring to question a so-called ‘consensus of science’ when everyone classically trained is well aware of the absurdity of such a claim. And the duplicity of allowing their own cheerleaders to accost sitting Senators into elevators while holding others without bail for quite literally doing the same or less. A nation that is anything but its label.

So we find ourselves much like the Pashtun, a social juxtaposition of cultures, standing idly in silence watching the mighty legions waste away as they’ve done for eons and eons. They have the watches despite us having the time. Saying nothing while observing everything in quiet fury. A patience which grows more thin with each passing moment and each fleeting example of an American collapse. It is no longer a question of if the mighty America with its long whip could fall, but rather, when. The rot is insurmountable. Like the Pashtun, waiting for that moment when the pale, rotting corpse of authority removes itself. After all, it cannot exert its power everywhere, not even in a small land locked country against an unskilled and completely unsophisticated enemy, eating off the hoof, clutching a well worn Kalash that has lived generations and still has many moons to go. A man against time, a neo-luddite embracing a relic of warfare and holding his religion in the face of progress. How dare you.

When I am asked what I feel regarding Afghanistan, as is often the case in recent weeks having fought there, given its current state and the many friends I’ve lost over the years, I can only state quite flatly; I am proud to have graduated from the greatest combat training course on earth. And now what of those same failures who’ve declared war on you and I?

Fall of Kabul: The Day Reagan’s America Died

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/08/fall_of_kabul_the_day_reagans_america_died.html

By William Sullivan

Much has been made of the similarities between what we’ve witnessed in Kabul, Afghanistan and the fall of Saigon in 1975.  These comparisons are entirely appropriate, to be sure. Like the South Vietnamese in 1975, any Afghans who placed their trust in the ally-ship and promises of the United States very likely await torture and death at the hands of the murderous scourge which had been held at bay by American resolve and military might.  It is only the absolute certainty of such a horrific fate that led South Vietnamese would-be refugees to cling to boats and helicopters as the Americans evacuated, just as Afghans clung for dear life to departing American airplanes.

The similarities are obvious.  What may not be so obvious to some, though, is the contrast between the America that I’ve known all my life and what the events in Kabul signify that America has become.

My America was different than my parents’ America, you see. 

My father left home at a young age to fight the communists, in defense of South Vietnam.  His treatment by his countrymen upon his return was the most shameful violation of the public trust imaginable, and that internal stain upon our national soul was rivaled only by the global stain of our complete abandonment of the promises made to our allies in South Vietnam.

In the Carter years leading up to 1980, America was in a state of economic stagnation and social malaise, while American credibility and its resolve to protect its national interests in the face of the communist threat on the global stage was little more than a punchline to an old joke in the eyes of our many enemies abroad.Top ArticlesThe Afghanistan Debacle Will Relegate the Current Ruling Class to the Dustbin of American HistoryCanceling Rent is Canceling AmericaHey Dems: What Price Your Deep State Pals Now?The Deep State and AfghanistanThe Lessons of AfghanistanREAD MORETeaching Critical Race TheoryThe Lessons of AfghanistanThe Lessons of Afghanistan

That changed with the election of Ronald Reagan. 

On Nov. 4, 1979, militant Iranian “students” attacked and seized the American embassy in Tehran.  For the next 444 days, 52 Americans were held hostage by the denizens of Ayatollah Khomeini.  President Carter ordered a disastrous rescue mission in which eight Americans were killed without having made any rescues, and diplomatic efforts were equally fruitless.

Then, just over a month after my birth on Nov. 4, 1980, Ronald Reagan carried 44 states to become president.  Minutes after his inauguration on Jan. 20, 1981, the American hostages were released.

The progressive left has created all sorts of fanciful tales to dispute the significance of this moment in Reagan’s legacy.  For example, Mark Bowden writes in Guests of the Ayatollah that Iran negotiated the release with Carter but waited to release the prisoners until Reagan was inaugurated to make Carter look weak because Carter had become the personification of America.  This is nothing more than really bad and unconvincing storytelling.  Why would the Ayatollah want to make the meaningless Carter look bad, after all, at the cost of making his newest adversary in Reagan look strong by comparison?

Stupid theories like Bowden’s aside, the world knew what to take from that moment in history, and was reminded of it many times over in the ensuing decades.  Reagan’s election was a turning point for the country.  America under Reagan would not be the weak, inept, self-loathing shell of itself that had capitulated to the communists and squandered its victory in Vietnam. 

This was a new America.  A strong America.  An America that made good on promises to its allies in defense of freedom and against the forces of tyranny — and one that desired peace, but understood that only a strong America could secure peace.

It was this vision of “peace through strength” that Americans voted for.  In the summer of 1980, Reagan told his countrymen that “[w]e know only too well that war comes not when the forces of freedom are strong, but when they are weak,” he said.  “It is then when tyrants are tempted.”

It was that America which brought down the Berlin Wall and Soviet communism, and it was that doctrine that persisted for a long time thereafter. 

And it was that America and that doctrine which unceremoniously gasped its last breath in Kabul in 2021.

Undoubtedly, my take on American history before Reagan will be a bit different than someone who lived through it.  But what seems clear enough in the record of history is that the Soviets and Middle Eastern dictators knew that Reagan’s America was a marked change from the America that had abandoned Saigon to the communists.

This week, thousands of Taliban, ISIS, and al Qaida prisoners have been freed to plot murderous jihad attacks against the West, and the Taliban will undoubtedly cozy up to communist China, which seeks to advance its Belt and Road Initiative.  The humanitarian casualties in the wake of the Taliban takeover will undoubtedly be severe and appalling, but it’s important to understand that the mission in Afghanistan was never strictly humanitarian or about “nation-building,” contrary to popular opinion and some particularly awful political messaging by Republicans in recent years.  It was about the geopolitical value of Afghanistan as a matter of national security interest, ensuring not only that Afghanistan would not be a safe haven for terrorists who would attack America and its allies in the West as they did on 9/11, but that there would be maintenance of a friendly government there rather than the fascist tyranny of the hostile Taliban.

The comparison between Saigon and Kabul will continue because it’s apt.  America has indeed abandoned Afghanistan to the Taliban as it once abandoned South Vietnam, and with it, Joe Biden has similarly abandoned American diplomatic and military credibility on the world stage, making us and our allies much weaker. 

It doesn’t matter if you believe that or not.  What matters is how our enemies see things, and their perception is reality.  As the Global Times correctly asserts, the Taiwanese would be wise to heed the lesson in Afghanistan:

The geopolitical value of Afghanistan is no less than that of Taiwan island… Once a cross-Straits war breaks out while the mainland [China] seizes the island with forces, the US would have to have a much greater determination than it had for Afghanistan, Syria, and Vietnam if it wants to interfere.

Within one day of Kabul’s fall to the Taliban, our allies in Taiwan, the Chinese communists, and the rest of the world know well that the America that once sought “peace through strength” is dead and gone, now only a memory — a shadow of its former self that’s as frail and feeble as its current president.

“When the forces of freedom are weak,” Reagan warned, “tyrants are tempted.”  The question is not whether tyrants will be tempted, but the extent to which they are willing to go to exploit the weakness that they now undoubtedly sense.

Beware the False Flag

Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

BY ADAM

ON AUGUST 19, 2021

COMMENTS 12

With the growing fallout from the Afghanistan debacle, the looming results of the Arizona audit and the stubborn refusal of a large part of the population to fall for the rhetoric and take the poisoned jab, the Deep State in the USA must be feeling a tad nervous about its prospects. The two factions in the White House must be equally nervous. On the one hand you have the Obama team, presently propped up by a geriatric kiddie fiddler. The other side is the Clinton team, which has some lunatic female half breed as its own puppet on the world stage. The power plays going behind the scenes must be equally bewildering and hilarious to watch.

Hilarious in the sense of, either you laugh or you cry.

I have seen various opinions as to what their next moves might be. Obviously a power vacuum is being rapidly created with the current US military failure. But the idiots of the managerial class will still be firmly entrenched in the superiority of their edicts, no matter what the actual results on the ground. The military-industrial-managerial complex didn’t fail; rather, it was the Taliban who didn’t have the good sense and grace to roll over and die. Those stubborn Afghans just wouldn’t get with the program.

One possible move being bandied about is the night of the pillow for Biden. While this could make some sense for those pulling the levers, I think that they have something else rather more sinister in mind. We know that the majority of those egging on the storming of the capitol on January 6th were FBI plants and stooges, what is known as a false flag.

The ultimate false flag would be an assassination of Biden by a so-called “white supremacist” or at least a self-declared member of the far-right. This would give the Deep State the excuse to enact martial law against Americans in general, but against a very specific type of American in reality – those stubborn whites who just refuse to get with the program and roll over and die. Either they didn’t die in the military, nor by their own hand from PTSD, nor from the created opioid epidemic, and now the bastards won’t take the poison jab. So set them up for a big false flag and then take away their guns. As a start.

To all of the American patriots who read my scribblings here, I would be very careful if I were you over the next few months. Organised demonstrations by what seems to be your side will be very suspect indeed. The time is to watch and wait, not to act rashly. Let the other side make a move and then don’t react. Stay silent and foreboding. Make them wonder what you are going to do and if and when something will happen. They have the patience of a five year old at his birthday party.

Make them sweat.

My Battle with COVID-19: Lessons Learned

By Partiotman:

It wasn’t the worst thing I experience, but by no means fun. I was surprised that it affected me at much as it did, and it gave me a real eye opener in terms of where I THOUGHT my health was versus where it ACTUALLY was. It was the flu with a few extra tricks up its sleeve and just made it a shitty way to end our summer. I hope to get an antibody report in 9 months to update everyone on what level of immunity I still have. Most of my family had it much weaker than me with the exception of one who needed several days in the hospital on oxygen, which was very stressful for the family. Many of them are still in the midst of the backend of the infection.

I have absolutely no regrets about not getting vaccinated and neither does the rest of the family (to my knowledge), but I would be lying if I did not say that I was happy my oldest brother and his wife did because he is a severe asthmatic and if he had caught this, I would have been very concerned.

Keep your Vitamin D levels up and have the pony paste on hand to begin pre-treatment should you need to. Get your health in order NOW.

The Drooling Class

By Clarice Feldman

If you ever doubted that the country was in the hands of some very stupid and corrupt people, this week should have thoroughly disabused you of that fantasy. In one fell swoop, the administration left billions of dollars of military equipment in the hands of the barbarous anti-American Taliban; broke the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance by bugging out without warning to its members who were in Afghanistan in support of our mission there; left as many as 50,000 Americans and tens of thousands more of our Afghan allies to the not so tender mercies of the enemy; and on Friday Biden lied about it all.

It’s not that most of us wanted this Afghan Mission Impossible to continue forever. It’s just that there’s a right way to do it. President Trump’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had a well-conceived plan. It included preconditions on the Taliban and the removal of all U.S. military equipment and civilians before any group withdrawal. The administration in its wisdom did it backward: troops first, civilians left to their own devices (we’re even charging those who make it through the Taliban blockade around the one remaining airport $2,000 a head to be evacuated), abandoning Bagram’s well-fortified and equipped airbase, and an incredible array of military equipment for the taking, a taking that makes the entire world very unsafe.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/08/the_drooling_class.html#ixzz74abs9Mox
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We hate our government

https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2021/08/23/we-hate-our-government/

Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

We hate our government

BY ADAM

ON AUGUST 23, 2021

COMMENTS 32

A $35K fine for sixty people who gathered in an “illegal” church worship in Sydney. A group of rescue dogs that were shot by a local council so that rescue center staff would not travel to pick them up under the guise of Covid restrictions. Police firing rubber bullets at lockdown protestors. Despotic state premiers refusing the prime minister’s call to reopen once 80% vaccination rates are achieved. Homes of Covid sufferers in South Australia to be marked so that their neighbors can rat them out to police if they breach tyrannical stay at home orders. Celebrities offered cash payments by government to promote the pro-vaccine propaganda line. The military ordered onto Sydney streets.

Why are we surprised? Did anyone think during a plague crisis, real or imagined, that our government would react in any way other than the most stupid, ineffective and damaging? Look at their prior form over the last sixty years. At all levels of government, from the federal to the state and to local councils, the results speak for themselves. A consistent rate of public failure. And underneath all, a foundation of endemic corruption.

What has been the most surprising about the latest events in Afghanistan is not the speed with which the Taliban routed a seemingly invincible enemy. Rather, it has been the schadenfreude of watching the too big to fail get its arse handed to it. And Australia as the lap dog of American imperialism is firmly included in this damning portrayal. We play follow the leader because we have no men with the courage to actually lead.

The truth is, we hate our government. We hate their continued ability to make the wrong decision and then reward themselves for it. We hate their unrelenting meddling in our lives at every level. We hate their constant embracement of every lunatic Marxist propaganda tool that is dreamed up by the legions of traitorous public servants working to undermine and destroy our Australian culture and way of life. We hate the ridiculously high taxation rates under which we suffer and the obscene ways in which government manages to waste this money at every opportunity.

We hate the constantly increasing levels of immigration invasion of incompatible cultures which have been flooding our cities for thirty years. We hate the fact that the Australian city with the highest per capita income is the artificial Australian capital, staffed almost entirely with the parasitical class which doesn’t even pretend to represent us at any level, and which looks down on us as worthless plebs who should have the good grace to shut up and do what we’re told as we fund their lavish lifestyles all the way into their guaranteed retirements.

We hate the fact that government at all levels will happily get down upon its knees for corporate phalluses but will never hesitate to make small businesses crawl over broken glass just for the pleasure of existing. We hate the never-ending welfare bribery that undermines the family and offers the young little hope of breaching its soul destroying confines. We hate the media and its relentless negative portrayal of ordinary Australians while it revels in its status of being members of the elite.

But most of all we hate the fact that they are incompetent. They are useless. They are the over-credentialed and unexperienced. They are stupid and ignorant. The sufferable ones are lazy which means that they interfere only when they have to. The bad ones are industrious in their zeal to inflict their destruction on the entire nation.

And they lie. Their capacity for mendacity is unsurpassed. Every word that leaves their traitorous lips, every sentence typed on their latest device, every thought that penetrates their thick skulls is a steaming pile of untruth. They think they are untouchable. They presume that they can do anything, that nobody would dare to raise a finger against them.

The reason that the Taliban won is because they were not afraid to die fighting a foreign invader on their home turf. They had nothing to lose; better a short life fighting the hated occupier than a long life of misery chaffing under the foreign whip. Our governments are now so far removed from the Australian people that they may as well be a foreign occupier. And people, ordinary people, are reaching the point where they also have nothing to lose. Is a small church congregation really going to pay a $35K fine? Or will someone finally decide that enough is enough and that it is time to take back our stolen nation.