Five Fast Omicron Facts You Can Send to Your Friends, Neighbors and Doctors

This is a quick update that is almost entirely GOOD NEWS, and that needs to SPREAD AROUND LIKE WILDFIRE – just like OMICRON.

I will try to be brief and only comment as needed.

1 – A Case of Omicron Treated With HCQ

Remember that case of COVID treated with ivermectin, that was published as a video, and which I basically transcribed for the readers here?

A Seven-Day Journey Through COVID-19 in Seven Minutes, Treated with Ivermectin

This is a great selfie video, done by a young lady with a glorious Southern accent, chronicling her week of COVID-19 and recovery, treated with ivermectin. It’s short – just under 7 minutes – but it captures a lot of information about symptoms and relief by the drug. I can’t embed the video here due …

I think it’s really helpful for people to see and hear the reality of an individual COVID case, to see what to expect. This kind of information can absolutely reduce unnecessary fears. It’s a real service, IMO.

Well, Omicron is here, and it got here VERY fast (more later). THANKFULLY, somebody who GOT IT took extremely good notes, and put them online.

Specifically, a medical doctor, Dr. Henry Smith, Jr., who has published on American Thinker, got the disease, treated it with hydroxychloroquine, and recovered VERY nicely.

His account of the disease is MUST READ material. It’s short – no excuses!

Plus, he’s a photographer, and has lots of nice pictures on his site.



No preview! Please visit his site. I left a comment there, letting him know about antihistamines, because this is something that can get past the “pharmacy gestapo” that Biden and CDC have created.

As Steve has noted here, the 2X dosage of modern, 2nd-gen antihistamines is quite safe, and his own doctor prescribed 4X dosages. This is completely analogous to doctor’s prescription of ibuprofen at 800 mg, which is 4X the OTC 1-pill dose.

I know that ivermectin is “all the rage”, but hydroxychloroquine is still an excellent drug to treat COVID, and I think it’s great to see it in use here. As I recently noted, I believe that none other than Bill Gates was behind the “take-down” of HCQ in the medical literature, via funding of studies designed to knee-cap it.

Dr. Smith comes to FIVE conclusions about Omicron, 3 being numbered, and 2 bonus thoughts after those, made post-illness, all of which I find excellent and agreeable. Please visit his post to see what they are.

OH – and his American Thinker article – a short but powerful post on the OBVIOUSNESS of the solution – natural immunity – entitled “Who Isn’t Getting Infected?”, is definitely worth reading as well.


It is absolutely wonderful to see doctors standing up to CDC myopia (or worse) now!

Hat tip to GA/FL for this tip!!!

2 – Graphic Views of Omicron Displacing Delta

The graph above – if you know how to read it right – is absolutely STUNNING.

The graph above is North America.

The graph is a screen capture from NextStrain, which keeps track of virus variants globally.


What this graph shows, is NOT “itty bitty” Omicron (red) sneaking up on “big old” Delta (turquoise).

It shows – at the extreme right edge – Omicron SQUASHING the Delta empire like a BUG. At the very edge, Delta basically STOPS – as Omicron keeps moving to the right.

Let’s look at an earlier screen capture from NextStrain. This one is GLOBAL, on December 4.

Here, you see the same thing I described above, but you see it earlier, because it took a while for the variant to travel to America, where it would displace Delta. The GLOBAL data is already showing Delta getting walloped.

From this, you can tell that I just missed Omicron. I had Delta with Day 0 (first symptoms) on November 26, and was likely infected on November 22 (yeah, not a good day). Everything in America was still DELTA at that time.

This is more easily seen in another graph. Source HERE at CDC.


Sadly, the current graphics will not archive properly.

As you can see, on 11/27/2021 in the United States, it was ALL DELTA. On 12/4, It was still almost all Delta. By 12/11, the United States was at over 10% Omicron, But ONE WEEK later, on 12/18, the USA was at

70% Omicron.


Will it hit 100% Omicron?

Does it HAVE TO hit 100% Omicron to wipe out the nastier Delta?

Stay tuned….. for the next item.

3 – The Decline and Fall of the Omicron Variant

Hat tip to RF121 for this video, in which a South African engineering geek and university researcher, Pieter Streicher, who tracks and predicts COVID numbers, tells us what is going to happen to the Omicron variant, and is ALREADY happening in one of the “origin towns” in South Africa, where it is PAST THE PEAK.

I really recommend listening to this, because I am just grabbing a few things that caught my fancy. There is much, much more.

Streicher predicts that Omicron will PEAK and then DECLINE, leaving ultimately around 20% infected and recovered, maybe 30% tops.

It will NOT be a majority of the population.

Here is how Streicher’s predictions have been working so far:

Now – why would I trust this guy – and NOT the Imperial College guy who Bill Gates promoted?



Yeah, the guy who ignored his own lockdowns from dodgy overblown models, so he could do the old pokerino with another “damn near model”, Little Mrs. Rubylips, his married British intelligence handler mistress.

Well, Neil Ferguson’s predictions turned out to be WILDLY overblown.

Streicher, on the other hand, whose predicted curves and actual numbers you can see above, is predicting – at the PEAKS….

25-fold LOWER deaths for Omicron relative to Delta, and…..

6-fold LOWER ventilated hospital beds for Omicron vs. Delta.

SO – Untreated Omicron is NOT exactly free of risk, and we still need hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin to treat it.

AND – failing availability of those things, we need antihistamines and azithromycin – the Spanish protocol – implement widely, as I discussed earlier…..

The Zyrtec Rebellion

Everybody underestimates Spain. The last letter in “PIGS” is far less of an insult than an error. Years ago, when I was at a conference, and Japanese industrial spies were getting me drunk (it was a great red wine), I decided that I had to give them SOMETHING for their time and effort, if only …

And if you doubt the utility of antihistamines against ALL variants of SARS-CoV-2, then you need the NEXT item to convince you otherwise.

4 – An Independent Discovery and Validation of Antihistamine Therapy for COVID-19 *and* for Both Long COVID and Genetic Vaccine Major Adverse Effects

THIS is worth getting the word out to doctors quickly. Hat tip to Gail Combs for bringing this critical video to my attention.

The antihistamine therapy for COVID-19 was independently discovered by a South African doctor, Dr. Shankara Chetty. Even more importantly, the doctor discovered the reasoning behind the therapy, and its applicability to both “long COVID” and vaccine side effects as well.

His REASONING is extremely convincing, and well-explained in the video.

This is a brilliant universal theory of severe COVID, long COVID, and vaccine side effects, which meshes quite perfectly with almost everything we know about SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19.

Thus, we now have a universally available, over-the-counter treatment protocol for BOTH COVID and COVID vaccination side effects, the former of which was found to be 100% successful in TWO real-world studies, and which cannot be stopped by Fauci-controlled pharmacists or Gates-funded anti-studies.

This video is brilliant, because it really demonstrates how science is done, at the practicing level. A doctor and scientist, using observation and logic, figured out the antihistamine protocol BY REASONING FROM SYMPTOMS, rather than by observation of antihistamines as an accidentally useful therapy. Nevertheless, both independent discoveries confirm each other.



Dr. Shankara Chetty used a very old FIRST-GENERATION antihistamine, promethazine, as his drug of treatment.

Based on this, our own group’s prediction that Benadryl – another first-generation antihistamine – would also work, is almost certainly correct.

I think this is a critical video for every doctor to watch. In fact, this might be a good one to send to YOUR doctor!

5 – Omicron Infection Amplifies Neutralizing Antibody Response To Delta Variant

Well, count this as good news. Hat tip to RF121 for tipping us to this one.

First on Twitter:



Check out some further tweets from Alex Sigal.

Here is the abstract of the preprint.

Omicron has been shown to be highly transmissible and have extensive evasion of neutralizing antibody immunity elicited by vaccination and previous SARS-CoV-2 infection. Omicron infections are rapidly expanding worldwide often in the face of high levels of Delta infections. Here we characterized developing immunity to Omicron and investigated whether neutralizing immunity elicited by Omicron also enhances neutralizing immunity of the Delta variant. We enrolled both previously vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals who were infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the Omicron infection wave in South Africa soon after symptom onset. We then measured their ability to neutralize both Omicron and Delta virus at enrollment versus a median of 14 days after enrollment. Neutralization of Omicron increased 14-fold over this time, showing a developing antibody response to the variant. Importantly, there was an enhancement of Delta virus neutralization, which increased 4.4-fold. The increase in Delta variant neutralization in individuals infected with Omicron may result in decreased ability of Delta to re-infect those individuals. Along with emerging data indicating that Omicron, at this time in the pandemic, is less pathogenic than Delta, such an outcome may have positive implications in terms of decreasing the Covid-19 burden of severe disease.

Here are the critical points:

Importantly, there was an enhancement of Delta virus neutralization, which increased 4.4-fold.

The increase in Delta variant neutralization in individuals infected with Omicron may result in decreased ability of Delta to re-infect those individuals.

IMO, this is good news for people who are infected by Omicron. It is very likely that Omicron offers some real protection against Delta.

The degree of protection against Delta is roughly a THIRD of the degree of protection against Omicron itself which is afforded by infection with Omicron (4.4-fold vs. 14-fold). That’s still ballpark. Probably comparable to a Delta-specific vaccine.

Not bad at all, IMO. We’ll just have to see how real-world data pan out.

That’s all for now, but stay tuned.

Because YES – there’s MOAR.


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Once again, I need to make clear that it’s fine to be doing double-doses of ivermectin, the antihistamines discussed, or ibuprofen….

But DO NOT take double-doses of acetaminophen (Tylenol) — that stuff is deadly and has killed thousands of people. Frankly, I find it too dangerous to have in the house.

You cannot take double-doses of just anything without evaluating the risks, and the risks with acetaminophen are NOT IN YOUR FAVOR.

Last edited 2 years ago by cthulhu

I get that. I’m trying to replace 25mg HCTZ with dandelion root and stinging nettle leaf and I’m “sneaking up on it”.

But acetaminophen has too small a margin of error to play with. It is a scandal that it is OTC at all — or, frankly, even used in hospitals and ICUs. There are many alternatives, and it is particularly unsafe.


Can you say genetics?

I knew you could.

[apologies to Mister Rogers]


His father was a hamster and his mother smelled of elderberries?


Not smelled — smelt.


N-Acetyl Cysteine – NAC – is used as a liver protective to treat Tylenol poisoning – and as a treatment in Muco-myst to treat cystic fibrosis and other respiratory ailments.

Last edited 2 years ago by GA/FL

Our daughter has been taking NAC for over 27 years as part of a concert of anti-oxidants to try to slow the progression of her neurodegenerative disease, Friedreich’s Ataxia.

It might be therapeutic for long haul CV19 lung problems.


There’s a blast from the past.


James Coburn, of course. Nice of him to drop by.


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Epicenter (Sweden) novel tracking microchip technology.


This technology shows up in the story of the conviction of Harvard dean Charles Lieber. Apparently, that’s his expertise.

This report is over the top:

Final paragraph:

…”But, of course, the main reason these researchers want the China Initiative to go away and any spotlight on the Thousand Talents Program and its US-based beneficiaries to dim is because any investigation into the web of money and technology transfers will reveal influence and relationships that China and US universities would rather have hidden forever.”…


Good morning, cthulhu and whoever sees this. Thanks, Wolf, for this great post. I went to Henry Smith’s cottage and read there. Interesting.


cthulhu is spot on about Tylenol, besides which, it doesn’t do anything for the kinds of pain I get. I never take it, and I think it’s hidden in a lot of cold and flu products and it’s easy to get too much.


Very true.

Gail Combs

for those wondering

What is Naprosyn?

Naprosyn (naproxen sodium) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Naproxen works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body.

Generic name: naproxen (na PROX en)

Brand name: Aleve, EC-Naprosyn, Flanax Pain Reliever, Midol Extended Relief, Naprelan 375, Naprosyn

Drug class: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs


My inflammation related drug (Aleve) of choice for years. Back in the 80’s when I had a basketball injury to my leg it was prescribed.

Gail Combs

I use it if my back is really really hurting. However just like with antihistamines your body becomes use to a drug so I switch between Ibuprofen, Aspirin & Naproxen. ALL can really do in your stomach if you are not careful.

At this point for pain I prefer CBD oil, Turmeric Curcumin and my other daily anti-inflammatory herbs and such.

Gail Combs

I forgot to mention the Naproxen has a much longer residence time in the body so it is used every 12 hours but I find its effects last well into the next day because it’s residual 1/2 life is so long.

Gail Combs

I use naproxen as a painkiller. It does have some anticoagulant properties.

Naproxen is used to relieve pain from various conditions such as headache, muscle aches, tendonitis, dental pain, and menstrual cramps. It also reduces pain, swelling, and joint stiffness caused by arthritisbursitis, and gout attacks. This medication is known as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It works by blocking your body’s production of certain natural substances that cause inflammation….

 To reduce your risk of stomach bleeding and other side effects, take this medication at the lowest effective dose for the shortest possible time. Do not increase your dose or take this drug more often than directed by your doctor or the package label. For ongoing conditions such as arthritis, continue taking this medication as directed by your doctor.

For certain conditions (such as arthritis), it may take up to two weeks of taking this drug regularly until you get the full benefit…

The stomach bleeding is why I only use it if I know I am doing something for a long time where I KNOW I am going to hurt. Because of it’s pain blocking powers the stomach bleeding will be ‘silent’ if you stay on naproxen. Therefore it is NOT recommended for continuous use. (Relative in the medical field.)


  • Individuals taking anticoagulants, for example, warfarin, (Coumadin), should avoid naproxen because naproxen also thins the blood, and excessive blood thinning may lead to bleeding.
  • Naproxen increases the negative effect of cyclosporine on kidney function and reduces the effect of furosemide (Lasix) and thiazide diuretics because of prostaglandin inhibition.
  • Naproxen should be avoided by patients with a history of asthma attacks, hives or other allergic reactions to aspirin or other NSAIDs. If aspirin is taken with naproxen there may be an increased risk for developing an ulcer.


Gail, I’ve had a question lately. I bought some generic naproxen and in the ingredients it lists aluminum as one of the inactive ingredients. Do you know if you can get naproxen that has no aluminum. I think I know why it’s in there, but I don’t want it at all.

Gail Combs

I am headed to the store and will bring my reading glasses and check for you.

Gail Combs

Report back on the Naproxen. The aluminum is in the BLUE DYE used to code the tablets.

FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake

No. 2 Aluminum Lake is a FDA-approved color commonly used to dye dosage forms such as tablets and capsules. FD&C Blue No. 2 Lake is approved for use in foods, drugs and cosmetics….

The FDA states that D&C Blue No. 2 Lake may be safely used as a color additive when their specifications are followed.

According to the FDA, lakes are formed by reacting straight colors (such as FD&C Blue No. 2 Aluminum) with precipitants and salts. Lakes may be used as color additives for tablet coatings due to their stability.[1][2]

FD&C Blue No. 1 Aluminum Lake is used in liquid capsules

FD&C Blue No. 1 (Inactive Ingredient) –

FD&C Blue No. 1, also known as Brillant Blue FCF (“for coloring food”), is a water-soluble artificial blue dye allowed by the FDA for use in foods, drugs and cosmetics. FD&C Blue No. 1 is widely used in food products (candies, confections, beverages, etc.) and there have been no reports of toxicity associated with this general food use.

FD&C Dyes and Aluminum Lakes for Food Coloring — Lists the various Aluminum lake colors.
Technical data sheet

FD&C Blue #1 Lake – Low Dye

Description FD&C Blue #1 Lake – Low Dye

Common Name Brilliant Blue FCF Aluminum Lake

Chemical Name Principally the disodium salt of ethyl [4-[p-[ethyl (m-sulfobenzyl) amino]- α-(o-sulfophenyl) benzylidene]-2, 5-cyclohexadien-1-ylidene] (msulfobenzyl) ammonium hydroxide inner salt adsorbed onto a substrate of alumina hydrate.

Function Food colorant

CI Number 42090:2

CI Name Food Blue 2:2

CAS Number 6892-42-6

EINECS Number 272-939-6

EC Number E133

Specifications Every batch of this product is individually tested and certified by FDA to confirm compliance with the specifications outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Parts 70-82. The FDA certification lot number shows on every product label. Additionally, the product complies with EC Directive 95/45/EC and FAO52/1 or 52/2 of the WHO/FAO. Pure Dye Content 10-15% Physical Appearance Fine, blue, water-insoluble powder…..


Gail, thank you for the info on the blue dye. Had no idea. Will try to find some that doesn’t have it.


One more time for the uninitiated … Which are the recommended “2d Gen” antihistamines for use??


I think Claritin and Zyrtec are the ones. I take Claritin daily.


TY Aubergine, would you know the shelf life of these?
One stronger than the other?
I’d like to get one , or both for the war chest.
I’ve never personally tried either one .


Well, the bottle will say one thing, and in actuality the drug probably lasts much longer. I would say at least a couple of years.

I don’t think one or the other is stronger, exactly. People have different experiences with them. I like Claritin, some people prefer Zyrtec.


Thank you, I’ll use AND Logic for the WIN !
Never too much ammo.


They’re not that expensive if you buy the generics. I have both generic zertec and generic claritin.


TY , The wife absolutely goes out of her way sometimes to save $$.
helping her accomplish her goals, while I spend is easier to justify and makes our worlds spin in sync.
A little give and a little take.  😀 

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

I got 300 generic zyrtec on Amazon for $9.99.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

So allegra is NOT helpful for this?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Excellent. I HAD to ask because it never seems to get mentioned in this context, it’s all “Claritin and Zyrtec”

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Sudafed is NOT an anti-histamine. I use in addition to zyrtec to stop watery eyes, runny nose, and sinus headache/pressure on bad days when zyrtec alone doesn’t stop those symptoms.


Ah, so my HCQ that’s supposed to expire on May 1 is good until the end of the year at least. 🤔

Also, I must have completely missed the info here about Spain and the use of antihistamines in prevention/treatment. I just today started taking Claritin for the post-nasal problem and wondered how this fits in. How does it get added within the treatment protocol?


As I understand it, if you are sick with Covid you double to dose.


Prescription bottle labels typically have expiration of one year after script filled. I ignore one year expiration dates on scripts.

My HCQ from AFLD expires in a few months. I’ll keep it a few years.Also have HCQ from IndiaMart. Good for two years as indicated on original packaging.

As Wolf mentions, expiration dates on med packages can generally be ignored, so long as the med is stored in cool place. I’d include low humidity.

Last edited 2 years ago by kalbokalbs

I’ve also noticed on the meds themselves there’s a manufacture date, with the expiration date two years later. I always thought that the pharmacy labels were just when the Rx expires.


DH used to transport donations of expired medicines that could still be useful in some of the countries he visited where they had acute need of them. The medical staff there knew how to figure out the dosage for some of them in order to compensate for a gradual loss of potency after the expiration date.

Last edited 2 years ago by GrammyInD

Had a cardio doc a few years ago that collected expired meds for redistribution to the needy. Rather sure she screened for loss of potency.

THIS practice should be common. As in common sense.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Agreed. I have a War Bag full of old/backup meds, which on occasion I dip into for various reasons. Some many moons old, still work perfectly fine. And God Bless you Wolfie!! 😍 I just so happen to have promethazine, aka Phenergan, in said War Bag!!! 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️
I got my Armor on…..Daily zyrtec, C, D, zinc, quercitin, turmeric, COQ, Black Currant, Serrapeptase, extra minerals in my thyroid supplement and Trace 40,000 volts, and multi Alive has all those add ons like nettle, green tea, echinacea, plus a bunch more.
Got benadryl, phenergan, and medrol dose pak in my War Bag.
Let’s Roll.

Bonus – daily collagen powder, and lots of aminos, CBD here and there 😉☺

Last edited 2 years ago by bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎MEGA MAGA GAME ON😎

I know aluminum salts are hidden in a Lot of foods and medications and other products. They are in grated or processed cheeses, for example, so every pizza I eat, unless I made it and grated my cheese by hand, probably has aluminum salts to prevent the cheese from clumping. Not saying it’s a lot of aluminum, but once it’s in your brain, it never leaves.


I’m a bit confused.

According to some of the charts above, Delta is essentially gone, replaced by Omicron.

So why would it matter if getting Omicron protects you from Delta?


I believe Delta has far worse side effects and death rates it appears. So Omicron is killing a more dangerous variant is how I see it.


TradeBait2, That’s how I’m reading things too .

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It might not.

But it could help against Pi, Rho, Sigma, and if we ever give that effing head-honcho barbarian the finger and do a go back, Xi.


This ^

The animal reservoirs run deep and are essentially outside control. it has to run its course there as well as the variants that develop there.


So, I guess taking both Xyzal and Flonase daily qualifies as doubling antihistamine use? My doc unwittingly started me doing that about 4 years ago due to allergies. He even said to double up the Xyzal if needed.

Added the prophylactic use of Ivermectin for the past 6 months. Added the Z-pac as needed for sinus infection/respiratory disease – doc has no problem prescribing it with just a telemed call. Continue taking Quercetin along with the other related vitamins and supplements. Use nasal irrigation daily.

No COVID since that possibility with the initial wave in December 2019 – February 2020 timeframe.

This site is a game changer. Proud of everybody involved.

Last edited 2 years ago by TradeBait2

No, you are not doubling your antihistamine use because Flonase is a steroid rather than an antihistamine.


So its an enhancer of antihistamines?

I can certainly double down on the Xyzal. Have before.


So Flonase in addition to the diluted betadine sprayed in the nose? So much info, I could barely keep track of it all when I just added Mercola’s nebulizer regimen to FLCCC.

Just an aside, you think you had Delta correct? Then I must have had it as well, as I tested + on November 12th.


Oh yes, I forgot about the stomach nastiness. 🙄


I got sick on November 8 and tested antibody positive (BINAX) on November 11. The chart would therefore confirm that at that point we all had Delta. I wonder if that offers immunity against Omicron?


Those of us who got Delta can hope so. Oddly and thankfully my husband didn’t catch it from my son and I. He’s a long time heavy smoker so the milder Omicron might be nature’s inoculation for him.


Omicron is spreading like a wild fire so I’m thinking that (looking at the graph) it would likely be the one he should get. However, he had monoclonal antibodies in mid November after he was exposed to both myself and my son as a preventative which he was qualified, at least at that time, to receive.

Shortly afterwards I was told that DeSantis said during an interview in December that the monoclonal antibodies should confer protection from COVID for up to 8 months. When DeSantis speaks Truth to the people, the administration confirms it by predictably announcing that the antibodies don’t work against Omicron. Now they are attempting to remove access to it. This tells us is that monoclonal antibodies are SAVING lives by providing SAFE protection, therefore they are in conflict and in direct competition to the leaky dangerous vaccines.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I’m also trying to get a read for whether allegra is as beneficial as claritin and zyrtec (which are the two usually mentioned in this context).

I rotate between allegra, claritin and zyrtec since I build up a tolerance to them; and alas this month is allegra month. (I might add Xyzal to the sequence.) So if it’s useless for covid…


Emerald Robinson – Get Ready for the Pandemic of the Vaccinated –


Thank you Wolf very informative as usual 🙂
Yes this takes the fear out of people I hope.


Not being fearful is half the battle.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I still haven’t managed to lay hands on an OTC test kit, but I’m leaning away from this head cold being Omicron or any other sort of Covid.

Dangit, and “Omicron Steve” sounded like such a cool nickname.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I never, ever got sick during the early phases.

Unless beta was out last month, in which case the Poo Flu could have been the Pooh Flu.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

That bug lasted about three, maybe 3 1/2 days. Years ago I had one much less intense that was also good for about ten pounds.


Rand Paul blames Fauci for thousands of monthly COVID deaths by pushing vaccines over therapeutics….


Excellent information, Wolf! So according to Dr. Smith in his article, prior immunity won’t protect you against Omicron. That means those of us who had COVID in the past need to be ready for Omicron. I am more than ready with a whole war chest of tools, but I hope everyone else is ready as well. Since it is spreading so fast, we’ll probably get it.

Gail Combs

And he is a former NYT writer…


IS THIS WHY so many athletes are dying after vaccines?

1. There are clear gender disparities in terms of COVID-19 severity:

  • users of anabolic androgenic steroids for recreational purposes are at higher risk”



At the link, they are saying high testosterone in males AND females increases risk of severe response to CV19 and the vaccines.


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Great info Wolf. Still gotta go through the links.

Seems as though, IF I get the Rona, I’d go with HCQ and stop IVM.

Plus take other stuff and call a quack for guidance.


Notes copies over. Thank you.


HCQ is good for early jumps; IVM will work even if you’re already FOOKED and on a vent — sometimes it even works enough to get people off of vents. They both work in very different ways, so you can take both.



bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Broadly neutralizing antibodies overcome SARS-CoV-2 Omicron antigenic shift (

Wolfie, Need help interpreting….

Are they saying that current monoclonals aren’t working against Omicron…
receptor-binding motif (RBM)-directed monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) lost in vitro neutralizing activity against Omicron

And that we need new ones?….
Broadly neutralizing mAbs recognizing RBD epitopes…..may prove key to controlling the ongoing pandemic and future zoonotic spillovers.

If so, kinda what we suspected. Old tests, vaxes, targeted treatments don’t work on Omicron/new variants – They all need to be re-tooled and targeted towards newer strains.


Interesting. Look forward to it if you get time.