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Omicron- How much do we know?


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Dr Angelique Coetzee, a medical practitioner since 1986, and the current chairperson for the South African Medical Association has raised concerns over a new COVID variant. The World Health Organization have labelled the new variant “Omicron” and stated it is a “variant of concern.” In a CNBC report, it is claimed ‘experts fear a sharp upswing of Covid cases in South Africa’s Gauteng province’ – where the heavily mutated strain was first identified. 

One question that arises when discussing the new variant is, is Omicron just being used in a campaign of fear to coerce people to comply with global governmental mandates and totalitarian lockdowns?

In a report on MSN news, it is stated that Dr Coetzeehas claimed the symptoms of this new variant are mild and reported that symptoms included intense fatigue, there was one report of a six-year-old child who presented with a high fever and rapid heart rate who later recovered completely. Dr Coetzee has stated that she is concerned for the older, unvaccinated people and what may happen to them if they become infected with the disease. 

There have been several reports that the U.K. is bringing mandates for masks back in and imposing new travel restrictions as part of their response to this reported outbreak. The report on MSN news also mentioned that cases have already been documented in Japan, Israel, and the U.K. among many other countries. 

Dr Scott Jensen, a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of MN Family Practice Depot put out a video on 28th November saying that the “Botswana government has indicated that the four cases they have identified were all in people who had been fully vaccinated and were getting pre-tested before flying.” He stated “We don’t have any reason to think that there’s great lethality or killing capability for this virus. This is what viruses do, and I think that we just have to let the science breathe and we’ll keep learning about it.” 

Dr Angelique Coetzee was the first South African doctor to notice the new variant in patients. She was quoted as saying “Their symptoms were so different and so mild from those I had treated before.” The first cases were noticed on November 18th when four members of the same family tested positive for Covid 19, with symptoms of fatigue. Two dozen patients who tested positive for Covid 19 have had symptoms of the new variant, most were healthy men with symptoms of exhaustion.

The original virus has not been isolated in a sample under a microscope. On the FOR LIFE ON EARTH website where they talk about a Japanese source who provided them with responses to Freedom of Information requests, showing that 10 countries as well as Pfizer itself, do not hold an isolate of SARS-COV-2.

The SARS-COV-2 virus exists inside a computer. A CDC research article states  “We designed 37 pairs of nested PCRs spanning the genome on the basis of the coronavirus reference sequence. We extracted nucleic acid from isolates and amplified it by using the 37 individual nested PCRs.”

Dr Tom Cowan critiqued this paper saying, “To me, this computer-generation step constitutes scientific fraud. Here is an equivalency: A group of researchers claim to have found a unicorn because they found a piece of a hoof, a hair from a tail, and a snippet of a horn. They then add that information into a computer and program it to re-create the unicorn, and they then claim this computer re-creation is the real unicorn”

I spoke with John Larter, former New South Wales Paramedico where we chatted about Covid. John said he has been told that it is not as “dangerous a variant” but “some of the side effects of the Omicron variant just happen to be very similar to the vaccine adverse reactions”. He also said, “I just don’t know how people aren’t waking up to this stuff. I mean they’ve got a hundred and fifty million boosters and twenty-five million people here. Where are the rest of them going? Now they’re talking about changing the variant of the Pfizer to make it compatible with this Omicron.” 



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