Pandemic National Case Studies
Ongoing denial/suppression of HCQ + zinc + azithro ... and IVM + zinc + doxycycline ... and other early treatments is a crime against humanity ... I pray every day that all of the guilty may be brought to justice for their crimes!
Should make JJ Couey smile to see the jab reference termed transfection.. anything but vaccines works for me though my default is clinical trial term Investigational Medical Products. It's amazing how reality has so little impact on the propaganda machine & trust in MSM remains at all.
Excellent article. My mother in law is from Panama and I’d love for my children to visit their Panamanian relatives but Panama went FULL WEF COVIDIAN. I heard stories that during the lockdown you could only go out on certain days depending on your biological sex or whether your license plate ended with an odd or even number. Also the vaccinated keep getting COVID. And now food riots. Scary stuff.
Once you go poke, you go broke.
Eerie how the conclusion of every country analyses you have made this far “does not speak well for the vaccination campaign”. Is there a nation out there that didn’t suffer more losses after the jabs than before the jabs?
Your choice of “The Chloroquine Wars” as a title for your Substack series starting in 2020 was prescient.
Thabks for the work you do, but either I'm miss reading or you need to clear something up. It looks like you repeat yourself vs. showing a change:
"Prior to the mass vaccination program, Panama experienced roughly 1 COVID-19 case per 125 residents per month. Since the vaccination campaign began, Paname has experienced roughly 1 COVID-19 case per 125 residents per month."
Clearly the experts wanted to sell vaccines and were willing to take the chances with harm to others not a concern.
Panama is an interesting place to study this. My family received our “friendly nations” visas this past year. One thing to also take into consideration is the extreme lockdown they imposed during the beginning of the pandemic. I’d be interested to see the case rates broken down by province. There are a lot of pretty remote places in Panama and the Panamanian Government worked hard to get out to those places to vaccinate. Panamanians are typically a culturally conservative people. From the remote province where we are, most residents were not interested in the vaccine and the only ones vaccinated were the ones whose employers insisted. Drugs like HCQ and Ivermectin were also readily available even though healthcare is scarce. Most Panamanians we spoke with weren’t concerned in the least- it was the American expats that fueled the fear. It will be interesting to see how things evolve there. For now though, it’s at least a country you can kind of get lost in as an American. (In a good way.)
They had severely draconian lockdown policies. Men and women alternated days they could go out, and they only got 2 hours at a time. It was ridiculous. Glad they did some early treatment, though.
The striking part of this article to me is that it is another case seeming to prove organized suppression of cheap and effective existing therapeutics that have seemingly been forgotten at this point. This is important obviously due to outcome value but also to continue to reinforce that the western health bureaucracy (if not worldwide) continue to verifiably NOT wish
you better health. They only truly wish to control you. This is to me is all-telling. And makes all actions and guidance suspect.
Not so sure calling Panama a "Mestizo" nation is the way to go, bro. Even if that is what it says on Wikipedia. Could easily say Mexico and Nicaragua have a lot of "mestizos" as well, but it doesn't quite sound right in American English (with its own weirdo race "Hispanic" that exists nowhere else on planet Earth).
Reality - Practically the entire population lives in/near Panama City (and "David", the banking city on the other coast), and that's where you get all the anglos meeting natives that results in "mestizos." Outside of of the two big cities on the coast, there are still plenty of indigenous folks in the middle of the country where roads can never be built (due to heavy rains), and there are substantial numbers of folks in the smaller towns who are of African origin as well.
This is probably a really stupid question, or I'm misunderstanding the terms:
How does cumulative CFR go DOWN?
Thank you, but... Are cases really clinical cases, or are they just positive tests that could be anything or nothing? Also, CFR is based upon this same problem. Doesn't that put all the numbers and the calculations based upon those numbers in doubt?
Did the stop using HCQ and IVM after the vax campaign? Or did they no longer work as a result of the vax?
In the paragraph starting "Prior to mass vaccination campaign..." it appears that the same stats were used before AND after vaccine roll-out.
Is this deliberate?