Dr. Peter McCollough on the International Approach to Covid and Vaccine Development

 

I don’t know how many of you have been watching or reading Dr. Peter McCollough.  He is a practicing clinician and researcher, specializing in the heart and kidney interaction, has some 650 papers to his name, has served on medical Safety Review boards, and is president of at least one professional association.  He speaks from professional expertise to a church on the international approach to covid, the NIH, vaccine development, safety and efficacy, home prevention and treatments, and vaccine hesitancy.  This video is an hour and 20 minutes long, but you should watch at least the first 12 minutes.

He starts with an introduction and an overview of his credentials.  Then he speaks on the importance of medical judgment and randomized trials at 8:34.

Listen for the words “house arrest” at 10:39 (France).

11:43 And doctors threatened with “imprisonment” (Australia).

12:00 Doctor actually “imprisoned”. (S. Africa)

17:13 He briefly describes the Trusted News Initiative.

21:15 Vaccine safety and efficacy starting here.

37:30 86% of vaccine deaths have no other explanation than the vaccine. 1/2 die within 48 hours, and 80% die within one week.

40:30 A quote from the UK’s MHRA Yellow Card system (like the US’s VAERS system) and its determination about all vaccines, [hint] “The MHRA now has more than enough evidence on the Yellow Card system to declare the COVID-19 vaccines unsafe for use in humans.” [bold mine]

41:40 Legal principle of autonomy, regarding freedom from pressure, coercion, and threat of reprisal.

46:00 Differences in viral load and transmission between the vaccinated and unvaccinated.

52:20 Natural immunity versus vaccine immunity.

55:00 Home prevention, treatment, and early therapies:  [hint:]

1:10:00 Rebel doctors.

1:14:45 Mass psychosis

1:15:30 The courts.

1:16:20 Unbreakable

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  1. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Thank you for the detailed synopsis and time line cues. 

    I am currently in a tree stand, so i can’t listen at the moment ( Bambi would hear it too!), but your synopsis seems pretty scary. 

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  2. Doctor Robert Member
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    Flicker, when was this talk given?

    Thank you for posting this, there is a wealth of useful information here.

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  3. Flicker Coolidge
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    Doctor Robert (View Comment):

    Flicker, when was this talk given?

    Recorded at the Andrews University Village Church in Berrien Springs, Michigan, August 20, 2021.

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  4. Norm McDonald Had A Farm Coolidge
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    I’ve been in touch with him about a family member in the last 90 days. As with most things I don’t agree with 100% of what he says but he’s on my short list of “must watch, must listen, must consider” practitioners and his 122 page CV and astonishing number of peer reviewed publications on COVID and COVID early treatment means he’s impossible to ignore.

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  5. Flicker Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Thank you for the detailed synopsis and time line cues.

    I am currently in a tree stand, so i can’t listen at the moment ( Bambi would hear it too!), but your synopsis seems pretty scary.

    Even deer can get covid, you know.  They deserve to be informed.  At least put veterinary ivermectin in your feed.

    Dr. McCollough speaks very even-handedly without making too many provocative statements.  But the facts he chooses to present lead the listener to a conclusion different than that this was thought out and implemented for the purpose of protecting people.

    I was quite surprised that the experts on review board investigating for the MHRA got them to publish a not for human use declaration.

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  6. Flicker Coolidge
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    Norm McDonald Had A Farm (View Comment):

    I’ve been in touch with him about a family member in the last 90 days. As with most things I don’t agree with 100% of what he says but he’s on my short list of “must watch, must listen, must consider” practitioners and his 122 page CV and astonishing number of peer reviewed publications on COVID and COVID early treatment means he’s impossible to ignore.

    If there’s such a thing as an expert, I would think he’s it, or among the top of the list.  There are lots of brilliant PhDs in every related field that relate to covid, drug and vitamin therapy, molecular biology, and genetics but he seems to have a broad view as well a craftsman’s grasp of the detail.

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  7. Flicker Coolidge
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    Gotta go.  I’ll be back in a few hours.

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  8. Sandy Member
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    In the interviews with Dr. McCullough that I’ve seen he shows himself to be fearless, a solid, clear thinker, and passionate about about his role as a physician.  There are many fine and even brilliant physicians who have developed and written and spoken about prophylactics and therapeutic interventions but he seems to have arisen as the leading light. There must be many more working quietly in their private practices, hoping to avoid the punishment that can come with caring more about their own experienced judgment for their patients than about government edicts. McCullough, by the way,  is a frequent contributor to America Out Loud

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  9. Saint Augustine Member
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    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

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  10. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    Just out of curiosity, who would be more authoritative?

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  11. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    By the way, did you see the MHRA Yellow Card declaration?

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  12. Saint Augustine Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    Just out of curiosity, who would be more authoritative?

    Before answering, please allow me to attempt one clarification:

    It’s less a matter of disagreeing and questioning his authority than it’s a matter of withholding agreement because I have one wife, 7 kids, 160 students, 2 book projects, one grant application, one likely move, etc., etc. And election fraud to track.  Since the journalists aren’t doing their job of keeping us informed, some dang philosophy teacher in Hong Kong had to try to figure out the election for himself, and he can’t even keep up with that.  It’s not like he has time to figure out vaccines too.

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  13. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    Just out of curiosity, who would be more authoritative?

    Before answering, please allow me to attempt one clarification:

    It’s less a matter of disagreeing and questioning his authority than it’s a matter of withholding agreement because I have one wife, 7 kids, 160 students, 2 book projects, one grant application, one likely move, etc., etc. And election fraud to track. Since the journalists aren’t doing their job of keeping us informed, some dang philosophy teacher in Hong Kong had to try to figure out the election for himself, and he can’t even keep up with that. It’s not like he has time to figure out vaccines too.

    Sorry.  I got stuck at 7 children.  You have 7 children?  How blessed you and your wife are.

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  14. Saint Augustine Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    Just out of curiosity, who would be more authoritative?

    Now the direct answer: On cardiology, maybe no one.  On this dang virus, again, maybe no one.  I’m very impressed with his credentials on most things.

    Maybe not on one thing, which I will mention in a moment.

    I’m totally sold on several concerns with the vaccines and/or with those who promote them.  Myocarditis, the pointlessness of giving them to healthy kids and Covid recoverees, and (tentatively) their failure to prevent transmission although (G-d willing) maybe not deaths from Delta.  And the folly of the Lockdowns, Vaccines, Masks, and Nothing Else narrative.

    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    The argument may have a leg to stand on if the VAERS and related systems have a big underreporting problem.  Which they probably do.  But I need some details on that.  Dr. McC is probably not an expert on that.  Not that I have the slightest idea who is, but it’s not even a medical question; it’s more sociology than anything else.

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  15. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    Just out of curiosity, who would be more authoritative?

    Now the direct answer: On cardiology, maybe no one. On this dang virus, again, maybe no one. I’m very impressed with his credentials on most things.

    Maybe not on one thing, which I will mention in a moment.

    I’m totally sold on several concerns with the vaccines and/or with those who promote them. Myocarditis, the pointlessness of giving them to healthy kids and Covid recoverees, and (tentatively) their failure to prevent transmission although (G-d willing) maybe not deaths from Delta. And the folly of the Lockdowns, Vaccines, Masks, and Nothing Else narrative.

    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    The argument may have a leg to stand on if the VAERS and related systems have a big underreporting problem. Which they probably do. But I need some details on that. Dr. McC is probably not an expert on that. Not that I have the slightest idea who is, but it’s not even a medical question; it’s more sociology than anything else.

    Well, we certainly have to weigh the evidence and come to our own conclusions.

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  16. Saint Augustine Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Sorry.  I got stuck at 7 children.  You have 7 children?  How blessed you and your wife are.

    Yes.

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  17. Saint Augustine Member
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    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    By the way, did you see the MHRA Yellow Card declaration?

    No.

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  18. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Flicker:

    1:14:45 Mass psychosis

    Yeah.

    He could be wrong about some of this stuff, and he’d still be right about this one.

    By the way, did you see the MHRA Yellow Card declaration?

    No.

    Okay. 

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  19. CRD Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    Can this be turned around to apply to Covid lethality also? I am told that Covid is really dangerous, it has killed over 660,000 people in this country. More than half of that number were people over the age of 75. They could have died of a common cold as easily as Covid because they were very old. So can we treat this like a really bad flu, and go back to our normal life? I am not making light of Covid, but is there room to be more careful without living the way we currently do?

    (My apologies to all people on Ricochet over 75. Your participation on this site keeps you young at heart! And, you’re too tough for a virus!)

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  20. CRD Member
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    I hope Ricochet’s doctors would weigh in. Especially on two topics: (1) doing nothing vs. early treatment. (2) Evaluation of VAERS deaths. Please. Thank you.

    I think the doctor makes sense about early treatment. What can be the downside to that? In term of deaths reported to VAERS, which side do you think is more likely to be truthful, or right – CDC with zero death attributable to the vaccine? Or this other group with 86%? How do you even judge?

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  21. Saint Augustine Member
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    CRD (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    Can this be turned around to apply to Covid lethality also? I am told that Covid is really dangerous, it has killed over 660,000 people in this country. More than half of that number were people over the age of 75. They could have died of a common cold as easily as Covid because they were very old. So can we treat this like a really bad flu, and go back to our normal life? I am not making light of Covid, but is there room to be more careful without living the way we currently do?

    Probably. It’s looking more like we have a new common cold that is unusually dangerous to the elderly but also surprisingly easy, for a common cold, to get a vaccine for.

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  22. MoFarmer Coolidge
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    I am weighing the evidence and have come to the conclusion that I am glad you posted this. Excellent presentation and valuable info. I would encourage everyone to view it.

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  23. Saint Augustine Member
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    MoFarmer (View Comment):

    I am weighing the evidence and have come to the conclusion that I am glad you posted this. Excellent presentation and valuable info. I would encourage everyone to view it.

    Did I say welcome to you back in July?

    If not, WELCOME!

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  24. Flicker Coolidge
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    CRD (View Comment):

    I hope Ricochet’s doctors would weigh in. Especially on two topics: (1) doing nothing vs. early treatment. (2) Evaluation of VAERS deaths. Please. Thank you.

    I think the doctor makes sense about early treatment. What can be the downside to that? In term of deaths reported to VAERS, which side do you think is more likely to be truthful, or right – CDC with zero death attributable to the vaccine? Or this other group with 86%? How do you even judge?

    I think that first starts with whom you find more trustworthy.

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  25. Flicker Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    CRD (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    Can this be turned around to apply to Covid lethality also? I am told that Covid is really dangerous, it has killed over 660,000 people in this country. More than half of that number were people over the age of 75. They could have died of a common cold as easily as Covid because they were very old. So can we treat this like a really bad flu, and go back to our normal life? I am not making light of Covid, but is there room to be more careful without living the way we currently do?

    Probably. It’s looking more like we have a new common cold that is unusually dangerous to the elderly but also surprisingly easy, for a common cold, to get a vaccine for.

    McCollough does say that there is an adaptive process in the virus spikes that makes the vaccine delta virus (sorry, I wrote mistakenly vaccine) less deadly than the original virus.

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  26. Jim McConnell Inactive
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    CRD (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):
    There is one argument against vaccines that relies on heavy death statistics in VAERS and/or its UK sister system. I’ve concluded the argument doesn’t hold much water since the vaccine started off with about 40 million elderly people in the USA, and one can expect them to die at a much higher rate than kids taking all the other vaccines over the last 20 years–just because they’re very old.

    Can this be turned around to apply to Covid lethality also? I am told that Covid is really dangerous, it has killed over 660,000 people in this country. More than half of that number were people over the age of 75. They could have died of a common cold as easily as Covid because they were very old. So can we treat this like a really bad flu, and go back to our normal life? I am not making light of Covid, but is there room to be more careful without living the way we currently do?

    (My apologies to all people on Ricochet over 75. Your participation on this site keeps you young at heart! And, you’re too tough for a virus!)

    Apology accepted. And, you’re right!

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  27. iWe Coolidge
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    Fantastic – thank you!

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  28. Flicker Coolidge
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    iWe (View Comment):

    Fantastic – thank you!

    You’re welcome.

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  29. JoelB Member
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    The video has settled the question for me.

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  30. Unsk Member
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    The fact that the  thinking of Dr Peter McCollough on COVID, it’s treatment and the mRNA vaccines has been so thoroughly suppressed, whether you agree with him or not is a national disgrace and a frightening harbinger of things to come.

    We absolutely need greater discussion of these issues, not less and the information provided by Dr McCollough is of great value to the general public. 

    Thanks for post, Flicker.  

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