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posted ago by shadeLM ago by shadeLM +25 / -1

So, I have this theory that everyone vaccinated is infected with an artificial metal parasite, the spike protein, whatever you want to call it, and what led me down this avenue is treating my own symptoms of what I would call "transmission" with natural quinine. Shortly after starting a routine of quinine I got violently sick I'm talking shitting on the toilet and throwing up in the bath tub simultaneously, and this led me down the road of looking into parasites. I've learned since then that bacterial infections are actually parasites, and antibiotics are actually metal to temporarily stun and kill the life cycles of them. Mercury in specific was the ingredient mainly mentioned for antibiotics. But here's where it gets crazy! Let me just quote the drug development history of antibiotics/antiparasitic medications:

"Between 1975 and 1999 only 13 of 1,300 new drugs were antiparasitics, which raised concerns that insufficient incentives existed to drive development of new treatments for diseases that disproportionately target low-income countries. This led to new public sector and public-private partnerships (PPPs), including investment by the BILL AND MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION. Between 2000 and 2005, twenty new antiparasitic agents were developed or in development.[11] Metal-containing compounds are the subject of another avenue of approach.[12]"

So here's my conclusion: I think it's odd bacterial infections are basically metal parasites, and treated with more metal (mercury), and Bill and Melinda Gates are the reason it's treated with metal, and now that I think everyone's infected with an artificial parasite (which ivermectin and chloroquine treat) they're going to start making their own artificial "life savers" while banning the natural alternatives (you can literally make quinine with grapefruit and lemon peel) when they gave everyone this metal parasite that shouldn't be in the body in the first place. Our body is going to reject it until it dies from an immune response unless we take their treatment. Iron and Clay does not mix. Technology and the dust of this universe will never bind. They're just making us machines.

Here's a a bonus speculation: skin infections are parasites. Want to know something? Starting later this year or beginning of next pharmacists will be allowed to diagnose and treat skin issues such as lice, scabies, shingles, etc. Why? Because everyone's going to be dying from whatever current "virus" is "overloading the hospitals" and they're not going to want you to go be checked out there for the skin condition to see the FAKE FUCKING NEWS no, go to your local pharmacist, everything's okay, and treat this with more metal ya big fucking dummies. Oh and get your vaccine! We can't see you we don't know if you have Covid 2319 so stay six feet away with your fucking face shield until you get vaccinated and then we'll treat your shingles that we gave you from RADIATION from the rest of your dumb fucking family that we jabbed that is now a walking cell tower. Again this is all speculation, lol. Just passing along some CONSPIRACY THEORIES.

Also LOOK WHO'S INVESTING INTO ANTIPARASITIC DRUGS cough PFIZER cough cough along with literally everyone else. They're expecting them to skyrocket ijs. Again, just speculation.

PS I'm not here to argue religion. Don't take my iron and clay quote to heart, it's irrelevant to the point.

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shadeLM [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why do I have to explain your theory? Your theory is psoriasis is caused by levels of low Vitamin D, and if you supply Vitamin D, it cures psoriasis. That theory is debunked by the fact that not all people with low vitamin D have psoriasis. My theory is psoriasis is caused by parasites, and that by treating the parasite with an antiparasite like Vitamin D, it can kill the parasite causing psoriasis in turn curing psoriasis. Like my theory literally PROVES your theory that Vitamin D cures psoriasis, but your causation of psoriasis is false and it's denied by common sense.

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shadeLM [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

My bad replace everywhere I wrote vitamin D with sun and then that's your theory. My bad. There's plenty of studies showing literally all vitamins (including vitamin D) derived from plants, and plants themselves, curing cancer because most plants are antiparasitic. The sun itself is antiparasitic as well, which is why people closer to the equator have less parasites/bacteria in their body. That's why people further from the equator have more disease in their body, because they are not as exposed to the sun to help rid them of their parasites causing the disease. I hope this answered all your like ten questions about vitamin D and different diseases that you said I couldn't answer cause you can look up literally any vitamin and they all have antiparasitic properties, and have multiple studies of curing different cancers, not just Vitamin D. And that's how they cure it! Because bacteria are parasites, so obviously antiparasitic things like the sun, vitamins and plants would kill cancer. Like your theory is right, your causation of psoriasis is wrong. He's having a hyper immune response from parasites, so I would naturally expect him to remove them not just be like "fuck I gotta go outside". My husband has psoriasis because it's his body? What?? I can't argue for him lmao

The audacity of you insinuating that my advice of eating plants is snake oil salesman tactic, when you're literally a walking advertisement for vitamin D supplements. Ok buddy. You literally rambled about shit that went against the original argument just to make yourself look more educated, typical snake oil salesman tactics I guess.

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shadeLM [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

You look so fucking dumb lmao like this guy literally proves my hypothesis with skullcap treatment. He doesn't need your first hand accounts of other people's experiences when he tested my hypothesis first hand and had results. Why does he need your word of mouth treatment when the treatment I said works for him? He can see it with his own eyes that it works? Why does he need your beliefs shoved down his throat when he's already treating his psoriasis on his own, without your regimen? He's literally actively testing my hypothesis and has results, why would he stop doing something shown to work, and is verifiable with common sense, just because you SAY you know people and you've cured people. We don't make health choices based on belief, we make health choices based in science, fact, and he factually cleared up his psoriasis by treating it as a parasite.

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shadeLM [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would like to believe he'd believe his own experience and the science that coincides with it, not a word of mouth doctor. Thank you for your argument, best of luck in your health.

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shadeLM [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

My husband's psoriasis has cleared up quite a bit since recently starting an antiparasitic regimen, so did this dude's. Imagine. Imagine a universal way to prove my point and even the guy you're arguing over did exactly what I said and cleared up his psoriasis. Imagine.