Throw it in the trash where it belongs.
Hey Mike 🙋🏻♀️
I was an emergency Registered Veterinary Technician for 24+ year and I am also interested in this subject from a veterinary point of view. Has anyone done deep dive into the canine parvovirus? As with human gastrointestinal diseases, there are non-specific symptoms where parvovirus is diagnosed based on a test. There are many veterinary gastrointestinal diseases all with similar symptoms and none can be distinguished from the other without the Parvo test. Do you know if anyone who has looked into this? I no longer believe there are any viruses in veterinary medicine either but there are people who say but my dog had parvo and died were nearly died. And I have come to adamantly oppose any vaccines but especially ones for non-existent "viruses". Thanks Mike!
Mike. This report in the NY Times probably did more to get people to believe in the "pandemic" than any other scare story, We're talking about March 2020. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/nyregion/new-jersey-family-coronavirus.html
Do you think it was iatrogenic treatnent that did them in? They all had some kind of bad cold, rushed to the hospital and the treatment made them infinitely worse? Or was there some other sceanario going on?
Hello Mike, great job! I'd love to know your take on what seems to me pure fantasy. What exactly are these guys doing (apart from killing and maiming chickens)? It's full of rubbish like "In the past, bird flus have been responsible for some of the world’s deadliest pandemics, including the “Spanish flu” pandemic of 1918-1919 that killed an estimated 50-100 million people worldwide, and the 1957 “Asian flu” and 1968 “Hong Kong flu” pandemic that combined killed more than 2 million worldwide and more than 200,000 in the U.S." When did they make that one up????
Can you provide a link for me to financially contribute to you?