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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Sort of a p.s. - I love your travel and weather rants - just so you know.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Thanks for your explanation of excess deaths. I initially thought the first charts looked actually darn good. Then I read your explanation and what you said made perfect sense. Maybe some of the excess deaths are a result of postponed diagnoses and treatments of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, you name it. My husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer in late 2019, but he was able to go through the entire radiation therapy in the summer/fall of 2020. The outcome might have been very different had he not been diagnosed when he was and had not been able to do the treatments.

On another note, did you ever look into the Shingles vaccine? I asked about it a while back and you said you hadn't had the time to look into it. My husband (poor guy) came down with Shingles the other day and is in a lot of pain. His female doc asked why he always turned down the vaccine, and he just said, "I'm a guy." I've not had the vaccine, but now wondering if I should get it. Even if you could point me in the right direction so I can do some research, it would help. Thanks again for everything you do.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

No doubt whatsoever in my mind that the entire "Kung Flu Scamdemic" has caused and will continue to cause "excess deaths" in the entire world population - that after all was one of the intentions of the "Managers" (the functionaries of the WEF's elite .001%). To be more blunt - the entire scam was a "trial run" to provide datapoints for the forthcoming release of "Disease X" - the Managers will try to "fine-tune" X to murder that % of the world population to provide the Elite with the necessary number of "serfs" and no more.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

And re Dementia and the ancients - absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. As you state it certainly is clear that diets are vastly different. I'm placing my bets there.

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Your description of excess deaths and what happened Vs how it was explains is good and clear. I have expected to be better (lower) death results since Covid 'cleaned out' the low-hanging 'fruit' of the vulnerable. But itis not happening. Sweden that did not vaccinate as we did had many early covid death out front ( many of them old people) and was considered a medical disaster by some but now Sweden ahs the lowest death rates because more people got immunity. That is the beneficial side of the curve. Statistics lie. and liars use statistics. You have to be careful when torturing data to make sure they don't just seem to admit something to get you to stop torturing them.

As to sudden death. I have told this story before - my brother's wife died after a Covid shot Pfizer shot on Friday...dead the next Thursday. Died of a heart problem (don't know the specific diagnosis) and then blood clots prevented EMS medics from getting blood to her brain. . she was a truly beautiful, athletic, woman mid-50s no current health problems. She was a technology worker and worked from home. this was s classical mRNA death but does snot say so on her death certificate because as we know THE VACCINES ARE SAFE. So are chain saws.

When you tell people something, it biases their opinion. We all ( well most of us) now have the mRNA in us. some more than others. I live in NYC had to get 2 shots or be banned from entering mass transit restaurants, food markets, etc. I was railroaded. Now I carry around that spike protein which you get in an exaggerated dose in the vaccine. and who know that the devilish thing is doing... even now??

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Feb 24Liked by Michael Eades

Great stuff today.

From the press release: "excessive dietary protein could increase atherosclerosis risk." I love the terms: "could," "might be", etc. All signs of association, not true causation. But to the lay person, it sure sounds like iron-clad causation.

Also the French video was a good illustration of thinness.

My wife and find the thinness in the Woodstock videos as another good example. People will say it was from drug use. However today we have rampant drug use along with obesity. Drugs of the 60's were not preventing obesity. Also I don't believe the French smoked that much in the 1890's. Mass produced cigarettes did not come into being until around the second world war.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Good morning Doc - Suggest you read Kunstler first, then 4th Turning.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Don’t know if you’re following the ‘mathy’ guys (Ed Dowd, Thomas Renz, Esq. and his military whistleblowers, and the like). Last Feb (so, just over a year ago) Ed Dowd reported – using mainly insurance company data, that some 61 THOUSAND Millennials (27–42 years old) had died (*EXCESS* deaths!) in the previous 18 mo,ths! That is more than the 57k Americans died in the Viet Nam War... which lasted 15 years!

Even IF one considers that the “vulnerable” died in larger numbers in 2020 and 2021, as a rule “worker’s life insurance policies” are written to corporations, who offer (usually just a year of salary) as an inducement to accept a job. Those policy-covered folks are considered – have ALWAYS been considered – the most healthy/least likely to die. (Not least because you lose that coverage if you lose your job...)

The soothing (= lying) propaganda put out by the govts and malign medical establishments completely ignores the disabled, the injured, the seriously ill. (Notice how many stores, restaurants, and ... you know, car rental counters, are understaffed?) The DoD’s DMED records have always been seen as excellent data (true? not true?) of all U.S. mil personnel. The horrific numbers from DMED that mil. whistleblowers released at a Congressional roundtable – no secret data here! (Well, DoD INTENDED it to be secret... oopsie!) Here is a list of %ages BEFORE DoD ... updated their code...

Yet “somehow” the DoD had to pull the DMED entirely, immediately thereafter, to “fix a coding glitch” that affected ONLY data around the pandemic.... Gee. Ain’t that amazing? (After which the numbers were still bad, but not quite so bad.)

PDF with list: https://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/services/files/FB6DDD42-4755-4FDC-BEE9-50E402911E02

and

https://leadstories.com/hoax-alert/2022/02/fact-check-dod-whistleblowers-mind-blowing-covid-vaccine-injury-numbers-were-not-based-on-accurate-data.html

from which: “Renz credited the data he presented at the event to military physicians Lt. Col. Theresa M. Long, Lt. Colonel Peter Chambers and Dr. Samuel Sigoloff.”

Dearest Mike, you’re a doctor: go take a wander through the first FLCCC conference videos. SEE what the folks actually trying valiantly to clean up the mess we are are dealing with are finding, and what the mathy guys are pulling together. You KNOW better than to trust the govt!! I expect a lot of your readers are entirely unfamiliar with this info, too.

This first (short) vid has been removed from YT, Rumble, Odyssey... WORTH watching, cause most folks missed what was going on! (2:31 min.) https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=4812969098813460

Couple of 2022 conference vids: https://covid19criticalcare.com/courses/conference-2022-basic/

James Thorp is a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician with over 42 years of obstetrical experience. (45 min.)

https://covid19criticalcare.com/courses/conference-2022-basic/lessons/2022-l10-b-reproductive-issues/

Wanna see the path. SLIDES?

Ryan Cole is a board-certified Anatomic and Clinical pathologist with subspecialty training and 20 years of experience in Dermatopathology and a particular interest in Molecular Diagnostics. (46 min).

https://covid19criticalcare.com/courses/conference-2022-basic/lessons/2022-l01-b-pathology-of-disease/

‘nother stunner:

Dr. Gazda has participated in over 200 clinical research studies focused on Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, neuropathic pain, headache, and epilepsy. (28 min.)

https://covid19criticalcare.com/courses/conference-2022-basic/lessons/2022-l07-b-neurological-impacts/

The 2023 FLCCC conference (many more excellent vids!):

https://covid19criticalcare.com/courses/conference-2023-spring-basic

A summary/invite to a Brit version of a Congressional panel:

“Malone, McCullough, Kory, Cole, Martin, Kirsch, Yeadon, Dalgleish Join Bridgen In U.K. Parliament” (8:50 min.)

https://rumble.com/v3zkbvg-malone-mccullough-kory-cole-martin-kirsch-yeadon-dalgleish-join-bridgen-in-.html

The name “turbo cancer” was not created by CIA this time: it’s an ACTUAL description of what’s going on in oncology today!

“Oncologists are seeing explosive vaxx-induced cancers, likely caused by VAIDS | Dr. Angus Dalgleish” (4:36 min.)

https://rumble.com/v3o5wme-oncologists-are-seeing-explosive-vaxx-induced-cancers-likely-caused-by-vaid.html

Which is an excerpt from here, if you want the full exposure (1 hr 16 min.):

https://rumble.com/v3nops7-explosive-cancers.html

Want the actual patent numbers that prove this fake pandemic was intentional -- and fake?

“Dr. David Martin FACT! Covid-19 Was Biological Warfare On The Human Race” (21 min.) https://rumble.com/v2qm8ne-dr.-david-martin-fact-covid-19-was-biological-warfare-on-the-human-race.html

I’ll stop listing there – it’s huge bunch of folk’s names for further research if you or anyone here wants to begin a deep dive – or go bounding down some good rabbit trails!

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Mike - another five-star hit. Thanks for the great explanation on"peer reviewed papers" and the inevitable fallout when authors disagree. Somewhere in the dim and dusty past, Peter Attia had a blogpost with the number of scientific papers published daily in this country - but of course, could I find it now? It was, in any event, a staggering amount, and most of them are never replicated. Science, eh? I've also recently read that the information published in the Times (NY) and the Wall Street Journal on the minimal adverse effects of the jabs was what one author called a "limited hangout," which I had to look up, but I'm sure you understand. Very interesting. Wonder what they're all covering up. The "too much protein" "study" really grinds my gears. It's a constant barrage everywhere against protein in the press and even in the entertainment industry (I"m thinking about movies on Netflix). On a recent menu I was checking you could click on your dietary needs - things like gluten free, etc. One of the options to click on was "no red meat." Talk about virtue signaling. It's a crab place in Florida, for what it's worth and the seafood looks amazing, but why pick on red meat? There's only a burger on the whole menu.

Just a couple (that I saw - I miss 'em too, dammit.)

another professor from somewhere wrote and article

wrote an article

Tsimane, indigenous Ameriandians of Amazonian Bolivia

I think the spelling should be Amerindians

(The term Amerindian, a portmanteau of "American Indian")

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Feb 25Liked by Michael Eades

Dr Eades, regarding the Belle Epoque video, I thought you might find this X thread interesting (and amusing, "Skinny Girls Don't Have OOMPH!"). Looks like iron might be a culprit in the obesity crisis.

https://x.com/ichudov/status/1761518236116353439

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Feb 24Liked by Michael Eades

Dr Eades, your discussion about excess deaths made me think about the danger of large-scale bushfires we have here in Australia. 2019-2020 was the last extreme bushfire season (we personally were fortunate to be able to evacuate to Melbourne for that one), and the next is well overdue. The longer we go without any major fires the more fuel buids up on the ground, regular fuel reduction is carried out by various organisations to mitigate the fire danger but that might be insufficient. There are uncomfortable parallels with covid/vaccines performing this form of 'fuel reduction' on the population, I wonder how long this will go on? Will we eventually see a reduction in mortality rates when all the 'fuel' is used up, or is this going to be like one of those underground fires that can't be exstinguished and are left to burn forever?

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

Very interesting Arrow, as usual. One thing I noticed about the lawsuit article is that you start out spelling the name of the guy suing as Jacobsen, and later it’s spelled Jacobson until the end. He could possibly take offense if alerted, assuming he has any $ left.

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

I knew about the ridiculous protein bad study and you analyse it really well. The JAMA 'rates back to normal' I had not seen and dementia in the ancients I had never thought of are wonderful insights - thanks for these gems.

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Feb 25Liked by Michael Eades

I know you enjoy informative videos. Here is Jack Matlock, one of the world's great diplomats. What insights he is giving at age 94. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxjD02QnvJU

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Feb 23Liked by Michael Eades

suggest correction: change "the rates of ADRD and MIC today" to "the rates of ADRD and MCI today" or maybe better, "the rates of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) and Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) today"

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You can THINK Putin killed Nevalny all you want (and certainly all Western propaganda wants you to think that because…Putin bad man!!!), but it doesn’t make any damn sense.

Nevalny was likely CIA/MI6.

Nevalny was NOT popular in Russia, despite what the media would like you to believe. The height of his popularity was in a mayoral race in Moscow many years ago. I believe he garnered 29% of the votes.

And, since most, Russians only thought about him, fleetingly, if at all, why would Putin kill Navalny when he already had him in prison?

It makes no damn sense…

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