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COVID-19 — When The Cure Is Worse Than The Disease

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If the name Sarah Harding isn’t familiar to you, she was a singer who enjoyed fairly fleeting fame with a so-called girl band. She died early last month three months short of her fortieth birthday. Last year, she was diagnosed with breast cancer that had metastasised.  Although this disease can affect men, it is one that overwhelmingly affects women.

The bad news is that breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women worldwide. The good news is that if it is caught early, it can be totally eradicated although sometimes this can require drastic treatment. Victoria Derbyshire is some thirteen years older than Sarah Harding. Six years ago, she noticed an anomaly with her breast; two days later, she had a biopsy; two days after that, the diagnosis was confirmed; and in just under two months, she had a mastectomy.

This can be one of the most devastating operations for a woman, even if as in Victoria’s case it involved only a single breast of an older woman, but the alternative is a great deal worse. So what happened to Sarah Harding?

There has been some suggestion that her diagnosis if not her treatment was delayed by these absurd lockdowns. They haven’t been so bad in Britain; we haven’t seen the grotesque over-reach of state power like in the United States, or the sickening brutality of the police against ordinary people as in parts of Australia, but appointments have been delayed, and a telephone consultation with a doctor is no substitute for a face-to-face one, even if he doesn’t use his stethoscope. As Donald Trump said when he was still President, the cure can’t be worse than the problem, which is where some countries are now. People are dying, people are suffering, people are being terrorised, people are losing their businesses, losing their livelihoods, and in some cases are losing their minds.

In short, we have to learn to live with Covid-19. Heck, we live with influenza every winter. Or perhaps that is what will be coming next, mandatory influenza injections and passports to boot.

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Bob Valdez
Bob Valdez
October 5, 2021

Disclaimer: I am NOT anti-vax, or a ‘denier’. I am PRO CHOICE. I live in central Victoria, Australia. I am about to become a victim of the medical ‘apartheid’ that is about to be inflicted upon us here. On October 15, we will be subject to ‘no jab, no job.’ Kim Jong Dan has decreed thus. I. WILL. NOT. JAB. My body, my choice. On Monday, October 18, I will either be fired, or go on long service leave until the first week of January 2022. Whilst I am an extremely valuable employee, I will be discriminated against by the… Read more »

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platon
platon
Reply to  Bob Valdez
October 5, 2021

I guess many people did not notice that Australia never really left the stage of organization of a prison ship. For that matter, it looks like the penal colony aspect of the former British Empire, now the Five Eyes + Israel, and the personalities in it, escaped most of us.

Captain Blyth lives and rules.

Welcome to the Anglo-Zionist GULAG.

Peter Piper
Peter Piper
Reply to  Bob Valdez
October 5, 2021

I am a doctor, an anti-vaxxer, an anti-allopath, anti-NWO, and SANE person… of which there are many more, and we are working to take down the cabal.

Dorian Bersenev
October 5, 2021

The article says: “The bad news is that breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women worldwide. The good news is that if it is caught early, it can be totally eradicated although sometimes this can require drastic treatment.” Breast cancer is a most serious life-threatening condition. But, since the cure can be worse than the disease, let us consider this paper, which from p.9 argues that you would be hard-pressed to find a single randomized control study that surgery was of “any value in treating breast cancer.” https://denisrancourt.ca/entries.php?id=84&name=2015_11_30_cancer_arises_from_stress_induced_breakdown_of_tissue_homeostasis In addition, Dr. Vernon Coleman argues that cancer… Read more »

John Doran
John Doran
Reply to  Dorian Bersenev
October 10, 2021

Wow, Dr. Coleman is a voice of real authority.
JD.

Dors
Reply to  John Doran
October 10, 2021

Arguments are what counts, or should.

platon
platon
October 5, 2021

“Not so bad?!” Yes, I suppose it can always be worse, and it will be, incrementally.
You are already turning red, mate and the water is starting to boil.
I am in Mexico and I can notice these things as the water I am in is barely lukewarm.

You, on the other hand, are already someone’s Red Lobster dinner.

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