Sunday, February 23, 2020 by: S.D. Wells
Tags: alternative medicine, anti-viral, corona vaccine, coronavirus spreading, cure for coronavirus, cure for flu, Cures, flu shot toxic, goodhealth, natural medicine, Naturopathy, outbreak, pandemic, prevention, remedies
(Natural News) Influenza and coronavirus have one thing in common as they are both much more likely to infect and kill humans who already have weakened immune systems, but there’s something else most US doctors are not telling anyone. Most Americans have severely compromised immune systems due directly to the vaccines and medicines used most frequently today, including mercury-laced flu shots, antibiotics and most prescription medications. Could there already be a natural cure for these lab-made diseases and genetically modified viral strains they’re spreading all around while they lie and say “there’s no problem at all?”
When you suffer from inflammation from the influenza vaccine toxins, you’re more susceptible to all kinds of infections. When that “full round” of antibiotics wipes out all of your good gut bacteria, your immune system is decimated. As coronavirus circulates the globe, it’s mainly the immune-crippled bottom 10 percent of humans that die from nCoV, or did the CDC not inform you of that on CNN (the Counterfeit News Network), or in your fake world news daily newspaper?
Scientific study determines elderberries immobilize flu virus, plus cut the illness duration in half if you already have it
Once you read about this chemical compound in elderberries that gives the flu a bully beat down, and that’s not patented by the FDA or CDC yet, you’ll drop the dangerous flu vaccine and run to the closest health food store. Doctors across the United States sling antibiotics at flu symptoms regularly, thinking you’ve got a bacterial infection, and the next thing you know, you’re also getting a flu shot and taking antihistamines, another prescription nightmare that causes sicknesses to fester inside your body. It’s time to get with the program – the natural health program, and swallow it whole.
Unique phytochemicals found in elderberries just so happen to block the flu virus from entering our healthy cells or even attaching to them. They don’t relieve you of symptoms, instead they go to work on the root of the problem, defending you in the strongest way, and naturally at that. That means your immune system isn’t wiped out by mercury and antibiotics. Get it?
One of the reasons any flu or coronovirs can be deadly is because it’s constantly replicating, so if all your doctor does is address the symptoms with medications, you’re in for a rude awakening. Researchers, including doctors, are using farmed elderberries that are turned into a juice serum. The serum is then applied to cells before, during and after they got infected by a strain of flu virus.
The result? Elderberry syrup blocked key viral proteins that are responsible for attaching to cells and entering them. The elderberry extract even fought off the virus late into the infection, by coordinating the release of chemical messengers called cytokines that create a very efficient immune response. If any medical doctors admit to these findings and recommend elderberry to their patients, the AMA will certainly have a “sit down” with that pill slinging machine and remind him/her who’s in charge.
Want some virus-killing elderberry extract syrup for your family’s defense against the flu and possibly even deadly coronavirus?
Think about this for a minute. If you get the flu or the common cold, and your doctor scribbles out a prescription of antibiotics for you, thinking you have a bacterial infection, you could catch coronavirus and die, with that severely compromised immune system for which your medical doctor would be directly responsible. If you catch the flu this year because you got the flu shot, or because you got the flu shot last year and now you’re even more susceptible to the virus this year (science proves that, by the way), well then you’re now highly susceptible to dying from coronavirus, should you catch it.
Did you know that elderberry grows all around in the world, naturally? Yep. The European black elderberry shrub (also known as sambucus nigra) can be found right here in North America, or in Africa, Asia and Europe. That’s why big pharma can’t put a patent on it, screw up its efficacy in a lab, and say it doesn’t work. That’s what they do when they can, you know that, right?
Elderberries are loaded with antioxidants and flavonoids that are anti-inflammatory. This is Nature’s medicine chest, but American doctors are forbidden from speaking positively about it, much less recommending it. Elderberries are anti-viral and even help fight off certain bacterial infections. So much for those antibiotics, huh?
A clinical study published in Bio Med Central (BMC) revealed to the world that black elderberry can help you fight off both influenza A and B viruses, as well as certain gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria that are responsible for upper respiratory infections. We’ve known this since back in 2011. We’re talking about a safe, efficient and inexpensive way to treat influenza, but the FDA and CDC have buried this information underground. No mass media coverage. No doctor talk. No more search engine revelations. Nothing. What’s next? Long lines for a CDC-concocted coronavirus “vaccine” that gives you the sickness on purpose?
Now, it could be that coronavirus infects 80% of the world’s population. Maybe, just maybe, elderberry extract could save us all from 2019 nCoV Coronavirus, but you certainly won’t know unless you try it, because the US sick care industry only sells dirty vaccines that spread diseases through shedding and severely compromised immune systems roaming around in their “herd.”
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Oh well, so much for Democracy… the concept is good tho
Total fantasy, but hey… ya never know!
Former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris predicted on 970 AM New York City’s “The Cats Roundtable” that failed 2016 candidate Hillary Clinton can take the Democratic nomination at a brokered convention.
Morris said, “I think that what is going to happen here is when they get into Super Tuesday next week, you’re going to see Sanders getting about 40% of the vote.”
He continued, “Then Bloomberg, who has no chance to win now – because he got clobbered in the debate and completely blew it – is staying in the race, is going to continue to spend money. His goal now, I think, is to get roughly 15% of the vote, so Bernie is under 50.”
He added, “They will go to the convention, the other candidates won’t get out. Nobody will be nominated on the first ballot, and they will go to a second ballot.”
On the results of a brokered convention, Morris said, “I think that when you put it together they will go to a second ballot and then I think Hillary could enter the race. The superdelegates will all leave whoever they are for and vote for Hillary.”
If Sanders does not win an “outright majority,” Morris said, “I think Hillary will be the nominee because she can win with the superdelegates and ultimately put together the majority.”
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The surviving Democratic presidential candidates like to tell the voters they got this far because of their deep principles.
But a look at the record shows the politicos have waffled and flip-flopped on important issues over the years, including…
- Michael Bloomberg now loves Obamacare
During his disastrous performance in Wednesday’s Democratic debate, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg said, “I am a fan of Obamacare.”
But in 2010, Bloomberg had a different description of the bill for a crowd at Dartmouth: disgrace.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act “does absolutely nothing to fix the big health care problems in this country,” he said. “It is just a disgrace.”
Bloomberg said that President Obama “started out by pointing out what the big problems were, but then turned it over to” the Democrat-controlled Congress, which “just created another program that’s going to cost a lot of money.”
He said the only answer is to “fix immigration and let people who come here…stay here.”
Give him this: Bloomberg has stayed consistent on granting amnesty to tens of millions of illegal immigrants.
- Bernie Sanders used to back the Second Amendment. Now he supports gun control.
Bernie Sanders has been a socialist his entire life—but he only won elections in mostly rural Vermont by supporting the right to keep and bear arms.
The NRA quietly supported Sanders in his 1990 race for U.S. House. But Sanders took aim at the group in his campaign launch video, saying, “We need to take on the NRA, expand background checks, end the gun show loophole, and ban the sale and distribution of assault weapons.”
Rival Joe Biden called Sanders on the carpet for his reversal on the issue at this week’s debate. “While I was pushing the Brady background bill – background checks! – Bernie voted five times against it when he was in the House,” Biden said.
“I certainly have changed on that issue,” Sanders admitted in an interview with the New York Times last month.
“Sen. Sanders has a complicated history on the gun issue,” said Christian Heyne, spokesman for the Brady Campaign, a gun control organization.
Heyne called Sanders’ new views “an evolution.” Another term might be a flip-flop.
- Pete Buttigieg used to love Bernie Sanders.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said on Wednesday night that Bernie Sanders is “a socialist” who “wants to burn this party down.” But before he was running for president, Buttigieg wrote a “Profiles in Courage” essay—and his hero was Sanders.
“Candidates have discovered that (it) is easier to be elected by not offending anyone rather than by impressing the voters. Politicians are rushing for the center,” wrote Buttigieg, who now calls himself a “moderate.”
Back then, Buttigieg wrote, “Sanders’ courage is evident in the first word he uses to describe himself: ‘Socialist.’”
He also wrote that Sanders’ “stance on gun control led to NRA-organized media campaigns against him.” (See above.)
“Cynical candidates have developed an ability to outgrow their convictions in order to win power,” Buttigieg wrote. But it seems for the grown-up Mayor Pete, when circumstances change, principles change.
- Amy Klobuchar’s flip-flop on English as the U.S. language
When it comes to the importance of the national language, Minnesota’s U.S. Senator, Amy Klobuchar, has talked out of both sides of her mouth.
In 2007, Klobuchar and 17 other Democrats voted to force the government to pass out materials in only the English language. The bill’s supporters said the country needed a common language to create a common culture.
But in the open borders party of 2020, Klobuchar has spun around on a dime.
She now says in “a country like ours that is so diverse…that is not a position I take. I did vote that way, but way back then.”
So much for straight talk from the Upper Midwest.
- Elizabeth Warren waffled on single-payer healthcare
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. has been known to stretch the truth about her heritage, being a victim of sex discrimination, and her children’s going to private school—and now, her position on the top issue for Democratic voters: socialized medicine.
Warren’s position on national healthcare has been described as a “flip-flop-flip.”
In her 2008 book Health at Risk, she was all in favor of it. “The most obvious solution would be universal single-payer health care,” she wrote. “This would allow people to get the care they need – without risking bankruptcy to pay for it.”
But four years later, when she was running for the Senate, she sounded like a moderate.
When a reporter asked if she’d support “single payer health care,” Warren said,“I think right now what we have to do – I’m serious about this – I think you’ve got to stay with what’s possible…We really need to consolidate our gains around what we’ve got on the table.”
But in 2017, she told the Wall Street Journal that “now it’s time for the next step. And the next step is single-payer.”
Maybe she changed her mind, twice. Maybe she lied, because she would say whatever it took to get elected.
Bonus: Joe Biden says he deported too many people
Vice President Joe Biden has tried to run as the keeper of Barack Obama’s flame—until angry protesters said Obama deported too many illegals.
Last week, Biden told Univision’s Jorge Ramos that Obama’s record on deporting illegals was “a big mistake…There was too many,” he said.
The backtracking didn’t help: A protester screamed, “You deported three million people!” during his closing statement.
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The Washington Free Beacon has obtained an email addressed to Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) from a group calling itself the Billionaires for Social Justice and a New World Government. The full text of the email is below:
From: The Good Billionaires <email@example.com>
Date: February 9, 2020 at 9:17:32 PM EST
Subject: A Plea for Humanity
Dear Senator Bernie Sanders,
We the undersigned represent a diverse constituency of American billionaires who support the Democratic Party. Some of us prefer to work behind the scenes creating dark money organizations pushing global disarmament and tribunal justice for the architects of the Iraq War. Some of us have bought media operations, purchasing newspapers and Internet platforms to help amplify progressive voices above the noise of Fox News. Two of us are running for president like yourself.
But all of us have one thing in common: We are human beings. We put our pants on, one leg at a time with the help of a dedicated butler, like most Americans. Last Friday’s debate in New Hampshire was hurtful and othering for all Americans with ten-digit wealth. For those of us who have fought hard for a progressive agenda, your campaign feels like a betrayal.
To claim that progressives must oppose Americans of enormous wealth is ahistorical. Should progressives have rejected Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his LGBT wife Eleanor? And should progressives cancel the Obama family? They didn’t begin their presidencies as billionaires, but wait till you see their Netflix deals for 2020.
Normally, we would not appeal to any campaign in such a public way. We believe in a big tent when it comes to centralizing the economy and engineering the culture. Many of us (well, actually just Tom Steyer) like you. But your attacks are doing real damage. Amy Klobuchar told us to stop contacting her until after the Nevada caucuses. One of us had to cancel a private Beyoncé concert and wine tasting fundraiser for Mayor Pete Buttigieg last month. Do you have any idea how hard it is to schedule Beyoncé? You probably don’t because Sidney Blumenthal tells us the last album you purchased was The Best of Peter, Paul and Mary.
We understand some of the anger inside the Democratic Party these days. We’re angry, too. We’re not saying you shouldn’t attack any billionaires, we’re saying you should stop attacking the good billionaires. If you want to run campaign ads railing against Sheldon Adelson or Rebekah Mercer, we would happily pay for them. But we’re the guys fighting for trans-equality, ending the fossil fuel industry, and destroying the state of Israel. Aren’t these supposed to be your issues too?
So please, let’s find a way to work this out. All of us would be happy to support your campaign if you’re the nominee, but we can’t support someone who does rhetorical violence to the lived experience of billionaires. Your record is so strong when it comes to most minorities. We urge you to show the same sensitivity to Americans who have accumulated astronomical wealth.
Billionaires for Social Justice and a New World Government