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Jan 15, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Thank you, this is an excellent post with all the facts and links. We so appreciate that you generously spent your time and talents to write this, and shared this with us.

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Jan 16, 2023·edited Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Dr. Huber,

A thousand thank yous. The clarity and sensibility in your writing is phenomenal.

Let’s add the fact that regarding the PCR test, Tanzania did send the WHO samples for PCR verification. WHO ran them and reported back that all three were in fact positive for CoV-19.

Tanzanian officials updated the information by advising WHO that the three samples sent to them were for:

A Mango

A Goat

A Quail

Needless to say, that didn’t end well for the Tanzanite leader, Tanzanian President John Magufuli, ( he mysteriously died 6 weeks later due a “heart attack, when he’d never had any previous heart issues) as he was quickly replaced by a complicit “obeyer” of the world-wide agenda.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/tanzania-president-covid-tests/

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Yes, I admired the late Tanzanian Pres John Magufuli enormously for that elegant demonstration of PCR fallibility.

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And wasn't it convenient how Kary Mullis died 3 or 4 months before the plandemic started? Whoever heard of a healthy surfer dying of pneumonia in August in Southern California? But it would have been hard to pull off the PCR scam if Mullis were alive.

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SNOPES isn’t a reliable source. It’s corruption has been blatantly obvious for a long time.

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Jan 15, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Magnificent - at least to those of us who maintain a strong interest in facts. Our cognitive landscape is controlled, regrettably, by people with a preference for theory: a theory refuted by facts in the present, and rejected by practitioners in the past.

Africa is one great success story; so is India, at least Uttar Pradesh, the most popular state. Take a look here:

https://ourworldindata.org/explorers/coronavirus-data-explorer?zoomToSelection=true&time=2020-03-01..latest&uniformYAxis=0&pickerSort=asc&pickerMetric=location&Metric=Vaccine+doses%2C+cases%2C+ICU+patients%2C+and+deaths&Interval=7-day+rolling+average&Relative+to+Population=true&Color+by+test+positivity=false&country=USA~IND~Africa~Europe~ISR

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Thank you. I also have been very interested in Uttar Pradesh's response to COVID and covidmania. I am hoping to devote time to write about that as well soon.

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Pierre Kory has written a 3-piece series substack on Uttar Pradesh. It will help you write. BTW, thanks again for your great articles!

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I can't see how to break out Uttar Pradesh from the greater India data at that link Surak. I believe the greatest compare:contrast looking at Uttar Pradesh vs US was put together by Chris Martenson in this post from last August. Roll down the post to see the charts and realize the scale of these data time series; 230M in Uttar Pradesh vs 350M in US. What a story that data tells....

https://peakprosperity.com/wow-cdc-completely-reverses-course-its-over/

Also for those interested, the most in-depth coverage of the story of Uttar Pradesh was penned by Dr. Pierre Kory in a series of three substack posts, ending with this one;

https://pierrekory.substack.com/p/the-miracle-not-heard-around-the-1ee

If I may mention since we are here on Colleen's substack, I just posted my first ever substack article as linked above. I mention it because it was about a particular rabbit hole relating to Vitamin D, and just like mention Dr. Kory's exhaustive series on Uttar Pradesh above, in my post, I mentioned and linked Dr. Huber's excellent series of posts on Vitamin D.

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Jan 15, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Great job Africa! Will the mighty western "experts" ever admit that they were completely outclassed by their colleagues in Africa?? No. They lack the character for that. Fuck them.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

You can bet that Gates' flying monkeys are in Africa right now bribing the leaders there to support the new W.H.O. treaty that will give Bill total control over all our lives. Africa stopped Bill last year but how long can they resist all the pieces of silver they will be offered to betray the world?

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So sad to know that you are likely correct. Although numerous countries smelled Gates' usual snake oil carpetbagging from far off, if enough "leaders" are bribed, things go bad quickly.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

And if bribery fails then they go to plan B---murder. Weren't 2 African leaders killed for rejecting the jabs for their people?

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In Burundi and Eswatini, as I recall.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

How about Tanzania? My memory is shaky on this topic.

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Jan 16, 2023·edited Jan 16, 2023Author

John Magufuli, the late President of Tanzania is well known for the experiment described in Greg Garcia's comment, which appears next.

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Brilliant piece. Thank you so much.

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Jan 15, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I see Nigeria has a Covid vaccination rate of 40 to 50% which saddens me. How quickly people forget that 11 children were murdered in a Pfizer trial in 1996: https://www.africanexponent.com/post/8120-pfizers-scandal-in-nigeria-how-an-experimental-vaccine-killed-11-children-in-1996

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Yes, I have to admit that large exception, as Nigeria is in the top ten most populous countries, the largest in Africa, but still with a smaller percentage vaccinated than through the northern hemisphere and elsewhere.

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Nigeria is also one of the few countries to already experiment with a digital currency, so IMO their agenda is questionable.

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Yes, I heard that, but didn’t put the two things together. Thank you for sharing your astute observations!

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Jan 15, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Fantastic article wow. The sceptics, if I were to forward this to them would say that Africa skews young and is bad at data collection. There. Debunked🙄🙄now off we go for our booster!!

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Thank you. Africa's average age of death is 64, quite a bit younger than our 77 years average in the US for sure. However, not too young to escape a true pandemic. The average age of death for victims of the so-called Spanish Flu was only 28.

As for being bad at data collection, there are states in the US that have not updated any vital statistics since 2019. So I have to admit my congratulation of a continent is way oversimplified, but the booster enthusiasts who dismiss that continent's outcomes proceed with experimental injections at their own peril.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

They also have better diet than most Americans. The prevalence of bad outcomes in elderly Americans is because of the chronic ailments (a.k.k comorbidities) caused by a lifetime of poor lifestyle decisions. I would have been surprised, in the past, by the lack of curiosity about why some get sick from covid but most don't. Not any more.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Excellent post! Thank you. I shared it with friends and family. Peace.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

No pandemic lasts three years, unless it is deliberately nursed along. Focusing on the sales of medical oxygen data was very clever - hats off, Dr. Huber!

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Or a total and complete hoax

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Jan 16, 2023·edited Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Thanks Colleen for all your great reporting! I'm so glad to have found you! Ironically this was on CJ's page, where he called me a "troll" and blocked me from commenting for a week after I supported your opinions! I won't be visiting his circle-jerk anymore and instead will be focused here on your excellent content!

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Thank you. That was a weird exchange, partly for his hatred toward a member of a control group. For someone who flatters himself that he opposes tyranny, he certainly is eager to censor opinions that differ from his own.

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I appreciate the grace with which you handled the situation. CJ has been a strong voice against this move towards totalitarianism, but he is a bit quick to shoot down anyone not in complete agreement with his own theories.

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His behavior there is not unlike that on his Facebook page. Many of his former FB friends, myself included, are wondering if he is being "supported" by those he rails against. Something is not genuine there.

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Who is CJ?

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Yes, please clarify who you are talking about. Thank you.

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CJ Hopkins. Check the comments under his substack post last week.

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Cj Hopkins. Read the comments under his last Substack offering.

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Got a linky?

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Incredible what a hypocritical douche CJ is on his Substack. Not so incredible though when you consider he is even worse on Facebook. He bans and blocks people for merely disagreeing with him or others whose comments he likes. He's a pompous jackass and the only reason I even went to that post was because a friend told me about what Colleen was commenting on which was the same experience we had here in New Orleans. Our idiot mayor was the only mayor of a large southern city that imposed proof of "vaccine" mandates, and most of the woke sheeple just went along with the program like good little Brownshirts. The few of us who publicly spoke out and wore t-shirts were roundly criticized, threatened, and screamed at but we refused to back down. The whiners on CJ's page obviously caved as evidenced in their rude defensiveness to Colleen's comments about non-compliance. Of course calling them out went against CJ's "standards" so he was compelled to censor away like a good little WEF sycophant. Controlled op maybe?

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Jan 18, 2023·edited Jan 18, 2023

Funny how he blames others for his childish outbursts. 😆

Somebody did accuse him of being controlled opposition. I am guessing he didn't see that comment.

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https://cjhopkins.substack.com/p/the-mother-of-all-limited-hangouts

Right near the top of the comments.

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Um, wow! That hothead is ripe for trolling, but I am going to take a few deep breaths and maybe map a strategy first. ; D

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Yes, that was a bit much.

I like CJ and even pay for a subscription to his stack, but he sometimes gets a little too aggressive to challengers, as evidenced by his exchange with Dr. Huber. It seems like he caught himself at the end of the exchange and tried to make nice, at least.

He and the excellent Catherine Austin Fitts have put out excellent videos discussing Mr. Global (Fitts' phrase for our oligarchy) and Globocap (Hopkins") that are worth watching.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Another possible advantage in Africa is their equatorial sunshine and ample vitamin D. Apparently those in US with higher D levels did much better than the deficient ones.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

D is crucial for lots of bodily functions, including the maintenance of neural sheathing.

Furthermore, those who understand D's importance for immune function are much less likely to buy into the magic shot theory of cold prevention.

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Gavin de Becker as in the gift of fear? Very cool

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Jan 16, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I note in South America that Bolivia appears to be unvaccinated. Is this indeed the case?

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I accept this homework assignment! :-)

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Jan 23, 2023Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

From Substack - to Epoch Times - to Zero Hedge - all in one week! Congratulations, Dr. Huber!!! :)

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I have been telling/asking everyone I know since the Planned Demic started why did Africa have such a low death rate from Covid and I would point to the fact that both Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin were both in solid use there prior too and through the Planned a Demic years! This just backs up my thesis and what I told others! Thanks for the concise and precise information!!!

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