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SweetTeaPatriot 11 points ago +11 / -0

No, I am not just figuring this out. I have known this for months. This is specifically talking about the use of Ivermectin during the Delta outbreak/surge in India, which happened within the last two months.

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SweetTeaPatriot 43 points ago +43 / -0

Yes. They are evil. They are intentionally withholding a safe and 100% effective drug that could stop this "pandemic" in its tracks. They know about it and are suppressing it and refusing to use it. It's pure evil.

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SweetTeaPatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Really good observations here! I hated the implication at the end that he just gets his head chopped off and that's it. That does NOT happen in the actual chivalric romance. The real Gawain is rewarded for his faithfulness and courage with life and the opportunity to rise up and fight again. He is wiser and has been tested and has proven himself worthy. You're right that this movie is entirely nihilistic. It was just a mess.

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SweetTeaPatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Saw it last night. Hated it. Turned Gawain from an Alpha hero into a Beta, indecisive, cowardly mess. Changed major plot points, added tons of stuff that's not in the original. Gawain has two great tests -- courage and virtue/faithfulness -- and he passes them both. In this movie, they have him fail the virtue/faithfulness test, which literally reverses the plot and the character. Plus a bunch of stupid non-sequiturs throughout. Just can't describe how much I hated it.

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SweetTeaPatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow. Thank you for sharing.

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SweetTeaPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, they complain about that but never voluntarily give more, and they use all kinds of loopholes to shelter their money and pay less. Hypocrites.

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SweetTeaPatriot 2 points ago +2 / -0

No, those people who were "counting votes" in Fulton County will save us. You can bet on it.

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SweetTeaPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who would downvote this comment?? Whatever.

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SweetTeaPatriot 4 points ago +4 / -0

This is just getting worse and worse. He also just told some people he used to drive an 18 wheeler. I have relatives with advanced dementia and Alzheimer's, and he behaves EXACTLY the way they did when they had moderate but quickly advancing dementia. Confusing words, dates, facts. Making stuff up. Having difficulty reading simple words.

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SweetTeaPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

"What about unvaccinated people who are naturally infected with the virus and develop antibodies? Could these people experience ADE to a future strain of SARS-CoV-2?

The ADE response is actually much more complicated than the picture I outlined above. There are other competing and non-competing factors in our immune system that contribute to the ADE response, many of which are not fully understood. Part of that equation is a variety of different types of T-cells that modulate this response, and these T-Cells respond to other portions (epitopes) of the virus. In a vaccine, our body is normally presented with a small part of the virus (like the Spike protein), or a modified (attenuated or dead) virus which is more benign. A vaccine does not expose the entirety of our immune system to the actual virus.

These types of vaccines will only elicit antibodies that recognize the portion of the virus which is present in the vaccine. The other portions of the virus are not represented in the antibody pool. In this scenario, it is much more likely that the vaccine-induced antibodies can be rendered as non-neutralizing antibodies, because the entire virus is not coated in antibodies, only the portion that was used to develop the vaccine.

In a real infection, our immune system is exposed to every nook and cranny of the entire virus, and as such, our immune system develops a panacea of antibodies that recognize different portions of the virus and, therefore, coat more of the virus and neutralize it. In addition, our immune system develops T-Cell responses to hundreds of different peptide epitopes across the virus; whereas in the vaccine the plethora of these T-Cell responses are absent. Researchers are already aware that the T-Cell response plays a cooperative role in either the development of, or absence of, the ADE response.

Based on these differences and the skewed immunological response which is inherent with vaccines, I believe that the risk of ADE is an order of magnitude greater in a vaccine-primed immune system rather than a virus-primed immune system. This will certainly become more apparent as COVID-19 progresses over the years, but the burden of proof rests on the shoulders of the vaccine industry to demonstrate that ADE will not rear its ugly head in the near term or the far term. Once a vaccine is administered and people develop antibodies to some misrepresentation of the virus, it cannot be reversed. Again, this is a problem that could manifest itself at a later date." Source: https://sciencewithdrdoug.com/2020/08/01/is-a-coronavirus-vaccine-a-ticking--bomb/

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SweetTeaPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

"What about unvaccinated people who are naturally infected with the virus and develop antibodies? Could these people experience ADE to a future strain of SARS-CoV-2?

The ADE response is actually much more complicated than the picture I outlined above. There are other competing and non-competing factors in our immune system that contribute to the ADE response, many of which are not fully understood. Part of that equation is a variety of different types of T-cells that modulate this response, and these T-Cells respond to other portions (epitopes) of the virus. In a vaccine, our body is normally presented with a small part of the virus (like the Spike protein), or a modified (attenuated or dead) virus which is more benign. A vaccine does not expose the entirety of our immune system to the actual virus.

These types of vaccines will only elicit antibodies that recognize the portion of the virus which is present in the vaccine. The other portions of the virus are not represented in the antibody pool. In this scenario, it is much more likely that the vaccine-induced antibodies can be rendered as non-neutralizing antibodies, because the entire virus is not coated in antibodies, only the portion that was used to develop the vaccine.

In a real infection, our immune system is exposed to every nook and cranny of the entire virus, and as such, our immune system develops a panacea of antibodies that recognize different portions of the virus and, therefore, coat more of the virus and neutralize it. In addition, our immune system develops T-Cell responses to hundreds of different peptide epitopes across the virus; whereas in the vaccine the plethora of these T-Cell responses are absent. Researchers are already aware that the T-Cell response plays a cooperative role in either the development of, or absence of, the ADE response.

Based on these differences and the skewed immunological response which is inherent with vaccines, I believe that the risk of ADE is an order of magnitude greater in a vaccine-primed immune system rather than a virus-primed immune system. This will certainly become more apparent as COVID-19 progresses over the years, but the burden of proof rests on the shoulders of the vaccine industry to demonstrate that ADE will not rear its ugly head in the near term or the far term. Once a vaccine is administered and people develop antibodies to some misrepresentation of the virus, it cannot be reversed. Again, this is a problem that could manifest itself at a later date." Source: https://sciencewithdrdoug.com/2020/08/01/is-a-coronavirus-vaccine-a-ticking--bomb/

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