Among other things, more studies showing HCQ works: Links 1 Christmas day, 2020

1. Canadian Forces releasing member who called on personnel to disobey COVID-19 orders

Officer Cadet Leslie Kenderesi poke at an anti-lockdown rally Dec. 5 in Toronto dressed in his CF uniform.

[I think it meant to say “Spoke” but they lost an S at the SUN]

The Canadian Forces has taken away the uniform of one of its members who called on military personnel to disobey orders to help in the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine and is now trying to release the man from the ranks.

Officer Cadet Leslie Kenderesi appeared and spoke at an anti-lockdown rally Dec. 5 in Toronto dressed in his Canadian Forces uniform. He spoke out about the COVID-19 vaccine, claiming it was a “killer.”

The Canadian Forces immediately began an investigation but determined that the process to release Kenderesi from the military had already started more than a year ago. It is still ongoing.

“Any delays associated with Officer Cadet Kenderesi’s release are strictly administrative in nature,” explained Department of National Defence spokesman Dan Le Bouthillier.

In addition, within days of his appearance at the anti-lockdown rally, the Canadian Forces retrieved Kenderesi’s uniform, Le Bouthillier added. […]

The reasons behind the release were not provided. But organizers of the rally said Kenderesi was on medical leave from the Canadian Forces.

Kenderesi called on military personnel not to be involved in government plans to distribute the vaccine. “I’m asking military, right now serving, truck drivers, medical, engineers, whatever you are, do not take this unlawful order (for) the distribution of this vaccine,” he said at the rally. A video of his speech was posted on YouTube.

(Question: What does it mean to have the military “distribute” the vaccine? How is that more efficient than UPS or drug store chains?)

2. Study finds 84% fewer hospitalizations for patients treated with controversial drug hydroxychloroquine

(What a shame that two of the plants involved in the manufacturing of HCQ burned down to the ground. Isn’t it?)

A peer-reviewed study measuring the effectiveness of a controversial drug cocktail that includes hydroxychloroquine concluded that the treatment lowered hospitalizations and mortality rates of coronavirus patients.

The study, set to be published in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents in December, determined that “Low-dose hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin was an effective therapeutic approach against COVID-19.”

A total of 141 patients diagnosed with the coronavirus were treated with the three-drug cocktail over a period of five days and compared to a control group of 377 people who tested positive for the virus but were not given the treatment.

The study found that “the odds of hospitalisation of treated patients was 84% less than in the untreated patients,” and only one patient died from the group being treated with the drugs compared to 13 deaths in the untreated group.

3. Measures prohibiting the movement and mandatory wearing of masks are unconstitutional

>The regular 120th session of the Grand Council of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina was held electronically today. Several decisions were made, and the most relevant for the BiH public is that the decisions of the FBiH Crisis Staff on the ban on movement and mandatory wearing of protective masks are “interference with basic human rights and freedoms guaranteed by the BiH Constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights.”

“In this particular case, there are violations of the right to private life and freedom of movement, which were committed by orders of narrow segments of the executive power on mandatory wearing of protective masks and restriction of movement, crisis headquarters of health ministries,” the Constitutional Court said.

4. Show us your face baby! Target store Florida

5. Man Spits at French Police Officers, Calls Them ‘Dirty Whites’

A man in Montpellier, France, spat at police while claiming to have the Chinese coronavirus, calling the officers “dirty whites”.

The incident took place at around 6:40 pm at the Comédie tram station on Sunday. Police were called to the location to investigate reports that a man was harassing passengers. When police arrived to determine if the suspect were intoxicated, he immediately became violent.

The 31-year-old grabbed one of the officers by the neck and spat in the face of another while telling them he had coronavirus, Metropolitainreported this week.

He then called the third officer a “dirty white man” and yelled at police that he was a member of the Kouachi family, referencing the two brothers who killed a dozen people at the office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in the January 2015 terror attack.

(One doesn’t need to play the “reverse the roles” game for long to know how this would play out for the attacker. Inequality of the law will be the first and last nail in Civilization’s coffin.)

Thank you all who contributed to this post and continue to send in materials over Christmas. 

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Among other things, more studies showing HCQ works: Links 1 Christmas day, 2020”

  1. 2. Study finds 84% fewer hospitalizations for patients treated with controversial drug hydroxychloroquine

    And yet, if you go to Wikipedia or anywhere on Google you will be told in no uncertain terms that hydroxychloroquine is 100% ineffective against the coronavirus, has terrible and frequent side-effects, and is needed by people with malaria and lupus so quit being a pig and using up their drug.

    This anti HCQ Jihad is so vicious and deadly it’s hard to believe that Western doctors are carrying it out. I cannot imagine what circumstances are making Dr. Fauci say what he says in the face of overwhelming evidence that he is dead wrong. I’ve been suspicious of the WHO for years and now I’m pretty sure they’re nothing but a bunch of Chinese agents. We’re being eaten alive, folks…

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