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Richard Sexton
24 July 2018 ·
https://links.lists.cbc.ca/…/6bfb647e3a526fecc775bd9877bb86…
"There’s a new drug for smallpox — but it’s a disease that doesn’t exist By Nicole Ireland" 1) Smallpox still exists because Clinton blocked the order to destroy the last of it. All other countries (Russia, UK, South Africa) have destroyed theirs. 2) We began eradicating smallpox, which showed up 30,000 years ago, 300 years ago. Only the US has any now. Any smallpox outbreaks by definition from not on come from there. 3) lab outbreaks show it's not dead. It continues to kill from lab accidents. 4) The Americans used it routinely in war: Also in 1952, John W. Powell, an American journalist, reported in the English language China Monthly Review: The American invaders, by systematic spreading of smallpox, cholera and plague germs over North Korea have shocked and horrified the entire world. Biohazard: Unit 731 and the American Cover-Up Brandi Altheide Faculty Mentor/Sponsor – Dr. Roy Hanashiro University of Michigan-Flint https://www.umflint.edu/…/Research_and_S…/MOM/b.altheide.pdf 5) The drug mentioned here blocks the exit of the virus out of the cell once it's dead. Selenium on the other hand blocks entrance to the cell and the host cell survives. Fascinating news from the patent medicine industry CBC News but it only works against one wjole virus Selenium works against all viruses. $80 per dose compare for $6/mo for selenium. http://www.journalrepository.org/…/Lipinski632014BJMMR14858… https://www.researchgate.net/…/281479150_Ebola_Outbreak_in_… Strong enough for Ebola, but it'll work on your cold and the kids flu. There no reason for anybody to die of influenza this season. Is that clear enough CBC ?
LINKS.LISTS.CBC.CA Member Centre Members SECOND OPINION | A new drug for smallpox — a disease that doesn’t exist
Richard Sexton http://rs79.vrx.palo-alto.ca.us/.../00-0-Copr_2015...
Richard Sexton See also:
Steinbrenner_2015 Dietary Selenium in Adjuvant Therapy of Viral and Bacterial Infections
Angstwurm_1999 Selenium replacement in patients with severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome improves clinical outcome
Angstwurm_2007 Selenium in Intensive Care (SIC): Results of a prospective randomized, placebo-controlled, multiple-center study in patients with severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome, sepsis, and septic shock*
Bender_2015 A small-molecule antivirulence agent for treating Clostridium difficile infection
Jelicks_2011 Would selenium supplementation aid in therapy for Chagas Disease?
Beck_2001 Selenium deficiency increases the pathology of an influenza virus infection
Fan_1990 Selenium
Gartner_2001 Selenium Supplementation in Patients with Autoimmune Thyroiditis Decreases Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies Concentrations
Gartner_2008 The effect of a selenium supplementation on the outcome of patients with severe systemic inflammation, burn and trauma
Papp_2010 Selenium and selenoproteins in health and disease.
Reffett_1988 Effect of Dietary Selenium on the Primary and Secondary Immune Response in Calves Challenged with Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus
Reich_2016 Why Nature Chose Selenium Singh
Glutathione peroxidase in supergerm infections.
Tian_2010 Inhibitory effects of glutathione on dengue virus production
UNC_2001 Selenium Deficiency Causes Flu Virus To Mutate Into More Dangerous Forms
Viswanathan_2013 Electrochemistry at the Edge of Reason: Chalcogen-Based Redox Systems in Biochemistry and Drug Design Schweitzer_2016 Why 21? The significance of selenoproteins for human
Richard Sexton Ponder the significance of this: Selenium Deficiency Causes Flu Virus To Mutate Into More Dangerous Forms
Viswanathan_2013

Sean Michael Hartnett Out of curiosity, why virology as a study or hobby? I can understand primitive, i.e. undeveloped, emergence of disease as an interest, but why the fascination with industrial disease?

Richard Sexton Two reasons, first, I did biology in school right up to university. Zero viruses, they're a complete mystery. So I read everything. They're not that mysterious but they are interesting. Note that Feynman switched from physics to virology. Second, industrial diseases fall into the "diseases of modern man" bucket, somewhere along the way things happened that should not have much to our detriment; there is a chance we are only living half as long as we should.

The point here is the madness of coming up with a very expensive cure to a disease that can't occur unless we make a point of infecting people with it, and after if should have been destroyed but wasn't,it killed three people in lab accidents and the irony is, between the chinese, the baka and god knows who else, we have, in certain sectors of humanity, ways of cur9ng and preventing this with a tiny amount of a dietary supplement.

Just because this has been lost or obfuscated means nothing. The fact remains the Chinese, a the very least have had a cure for this for thousands of years, and Ayurvedic medicine in India is older than that (I just don't know as much about it)
This is to me like NASA claiming it's come out with a new formulation of blinker fluid.
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