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Foxcritter
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As a medical professional, I can tell you that this man is not a doctor. A real doctor would never say that a respirator does not give enough Oxygen. Clearly he does not know that they are push up to 100% Oxygen. How can the machine not be delivering 100% O2? This guy is a third rate actor. He does not walk the walk or talk to the talk. The woman patient I can’t say but if she is super hypoxic why is she not on a full high flow mask rather than the nasal cannula. I would not be surprised if they all are not actors.

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As a paramedic, I support what you said, and for the same reasons.

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Of note, there is now evidence of what he is saying : “So much for theory: what about proof? This weekend the first two American autopsy series papers looking at the lungs of people who died of COVID were published: one fully peer-reviewed, one as a pre-print. The latter, by Vander Heide et al, looked at four cases from New Orleans. In addition to the ARDS findings (fluid and filling the airspaces, coalescing to sticky membranes which prevent oxygen damage), they were able to do some very cool fluorescent stains for the viral RNA, showing how the lung cells were stuffed full of virus. But interestingly, the autopsies also showed something suspected but not demonstrated: the blood vessels in the lungs were full of clots. Essentially, the clots (microvascular thrombi) prevent blood from appropriately reaching the airspaces of the lungs, which prevents oxygenation. Again- not HAPE, not vasoconstriction, but these clots were NOT found in any other organ in the body, as opposed to some of the clotting disorders which can develop at the very end of life in critically ill patients of all stripes. These patients, from the clinical synopsis, would all be “H” patients. “H” patients are not… Read more »

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It seems like he forgot his line. Right at that moment, he looked and then said ‘..blood problems’. Throughout there are hardly any pauses. It’s just read so quickly without even any reflection.

Thank you for sharing this, Mandy. Goes to show how easy deception goes through if one doesn’t filter what is said. Motive certainly is a determining factor. Some of what he said might be true, but if attention is the goal then truth is subject to that attention he seeks.

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yes!!!

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I am so glad you did that particular video of the doctor. I first saw the longer one, his “first” one, he seemed quiet legit, but this one I thought was so different. He was reading, he seemed to just repeat himself and had nothing new to say, and the most bizarre was the state of his kitchen in comparison to his first two videos. It was like a steady decline was in progress.

Rewatching his first video looks very different after watching that last one.

I actually could “feel” the difficulty of this woman’s breathing…

BTW…. Poor Boris….

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On March 15, 2020, at 8:15 p.m, I took it upon myself to write down every state and the numbers behind them. (This table no longer exists and it was from CNN – now I check Worldometer). I have had my eye on New York for many days since they are the highest # of everything. On March 15, New York: (Population: let’s round up to 20 million): 729 cases, 3 deaths. I no longer care about ‘cases’, just deaths now. Today, April 6th, tally of deaths is: 4758. California: March 15th, (Population: let’s round up to 40 million): 369 cases, 6 deaths. Today, April 6th, death tally: 351. I also compared two states with around the same #population to Sweden: Michigan and North Carolina. All three have close to 10 million people. Michigan today, April 6th, 2020: 617 deaths. North Carolina today: 42 deaths. The reason I chose Sweden is that they are letting people be responsible with no orders of stay at home lock down. Their tally is 477 deaths as of today. But what is North Carolina doing right compared to New York? In removing New York deaths from the equation, my ‘smart’ husband said with the… Read more »

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Thats interesting… we speculated here that it could be targeting certain ethnicities. but without those demographics or testing… we will never know.

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There are a set of studies that show it is five times more deadly to Asian Males. It does havea strong genetic preference.

This is because of the prevalence of ACE2 cells in the lungs.

https://www.eutimes.net/2020/02/asians-far-more-susceptible-to-coronavirus-than-other-races-more-likely-to-die-just-like-sars/?fbclid=IwAR3ZvvDN8V6LLWhOl16WQBVKC6ESVClnKBVwNRa_uOLbaKmhk-VKqRlBhtA

But it gets more complicated after that. After it cannot find people with high amounts of ACE2 it moves onto another cell and then it becomes more divergent in its symptom pattern.

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A bit off-topic, but check out Dr Judy Mikovitz. She’s worked with viruses for 25 years. In particular SARS and the family of Coronavirus. Her warnings to the CDC on how vacns have different impacts on certain ethnicities, were ignored. An informative talk, albeit scientific. https://tinyurl.com/wc6hgvc

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In Chicago, African Americans constitute 30% of the population but 68% of Corona deaths. In Milwaukee, 28% of the population and 73% of Corona deaths. As usual, this data is being used to support the idea that the cause of this is institutional racism, rather than the fact that the instance of chronic underlying disease is far grater in the black community. Oh wait, the cause of that too is institutional racism, as are all problems black people have. What was I thinking!

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Thanks for the info GOMF3602 – I had forgotten BLM issues as well – (I’ve been too busy hating on old white men).

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I literally almost peed my pants when the black community started in on this bullsh#t! It truly amazes me how out of ALL the nationalities in the World, the black communities ALWAYS scream racism. So sad!

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Australia. 25 million people

Over 300,000 tested

5,800 people positive

3,322 active cases

92 in intensive care

2432 recovered and discharged

41 people have died

Most of those that have died are old white people (majority male) with comorbid conditions and nearly every one of them caught it while on one of two cruise ships.
Nearly all of the others were travelers that were infected overseas.
We have an extremely low rate of transmission between people that have not traveled however those cases appear to be appearing now.

We have a smaller population that is spread throughout a very large country. It also appears we are mostly compliant in our social distancing

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/australia/

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Andrew Mather is a mathematician who’s collated all the cv statistics. Similar to what you’re touching on here, it coheres with some of his research. He also compares these to previous years and other viruses statistics. An interview here gives a brief summary

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and his channel has a series on ‘Fact not Fear’: https://tinyurl.com/t966f4p

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I think you are correct about the “stacker” designation. If you think about New York, New Jersey, Detroit and New Orleans, the density of persons living in large apartment buildings is much greater than other areas. After 20 years of working in hospitals and dealing with infection control, it essentially becomes mathematical. Let’s say you have a virus that persists on hard surfaces for three days. You also have 1000 people living in an apartment building, few of whom are practicing hand hygiene, etc. Every person who leaves the building touches the L button on the elevator in the morning, comes into contact with thousands of potential exposures during the day. Each person returns home and you have hundreds of thousands of potential exposures communicated to that elevator in one day, maybe millions if everybody takes public transportation. That is without even taking into account the cultural and genetic differences.

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Wow, I really value your insight into this. That you mention truthful people as well. I have picked up a default ‘away’ from truth. I tend to think people are lying.

With the video going round of the nurse crying about not having a mask apparently it was a fake. It seemed like a fake to me because of the way she looks at the camera at the end, even though it’s a camera it’s as though she is trying to check someone is still watching her.

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Similar to you, J W, I questioned the authenticity of a nurse crying after shelves were left empty. Felt guilty for being so mean. This video was a game-changer for petitions in the UK. Since then there’s been a surge in support for the NHS staff (UK health system). Special queues in shops just for medical staff. Even worldwide scheduled clapping on Thursdays. Everyone is in sync. Nothing against that. Don’t get me wrong. However, it is a tad curious. It reminds of the time after 9/11, when in a similar vein, soldiers were being hailed as heroes. Just before being sent off to war. What comes to mind are the ‘We Heart our Soldiers’ posters. Here in Britain, you have people’s windows full of homemade posters supporting the NHS. Ask yourself: What are we not allowed to do? No one dare say anything against the medical profession. Just like with the soldiers. Almost like a psychological subjective manipulation to support the war. Yet, in the end, the war caused PTSD on an unanticipated scale. The question one needs to ask, is why are the nurses and doctors glamourised so synchronically in the media? That also on a global scale.… Read more »

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I was listening to James Corbett and he was taking about how the drs, nurses, and other health workers are our new soldier and covid is our new war….

He then spoke about our soldiers being left homeless, damaged, and forgotten and our health workers will probably be left that way also.

Also health professionals are some of the most trusted people in our communities so whom better to tell you to stay locked in your house. If the police or army advised you to do that would you be so willing to follow the advice or even trust it?

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they are the most trusted… what better than to use them to lock you down

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We have blindly accepted being ‘locked down’ across America. Is this a test-run to see how people would act/react in a another worse case scenario? Or, if a group of ‘deep state’ were taking over the nation and we were locked down to prevent it from happening? I have too many questions to not believe that this virus was a man-made one and was released to destroy the economy and lives of Americans and others across the world. Just my opinion.

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I know the one you are talking about, yeah I believed that woman she was very angry. Also, those emotions are not those people reflexively admit to because they are more ugly, so I did think it was legitimate… AND it was impossible to get things from supermarket shelves at that time.

I take your point but I come from a medical family. The way some NHS workers see it is they work hard at a profession they chose and are being appreciated. You have to realise that NHS workers are in general very obedient to the state and to them if the government tells them there is a pandemic then there is a pandemic. The people clapping on doorsteps and probably the journalists as well are people that don’t think about things in depth a great deal. They see a need where they can provide ‘love’ which is a big part of their value system, and they go for it. It is like virtue signalling. Although arguably a little less bad.

Occams razor. Sometimes the simplest reason IS actually the correct one.

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Your point of view is most insightful. Supporting one another is, as you say, a virtue signal. It also ties in with us humans having such a strong sense of hope. Hope, which as we are still alive is a sustainer in difficult times. We subconsciously breed hope with hope. Interesting also your last comment. Occams razor. This term is unfamiliar to me, so had to look it up. Learned much. Thank you, J W for your reply. Good to have many viewpoints because then we have a clearer picture of what is being looked at wink

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Occams razor is from a Q post (3896). Once you start looking at areas where there are a lot of lies for me that kind of insight is important to stay sane in an insane world! Standing on shoulders of giants! The fact this virus was man made is just a normal part of the story now for that community, but one thing mentioned in that post specifically is that even though China may not have actually instigated the virus (notice no Chinese leaders have it!), they were fine with it happening because they didn’t want Trump as President… They are losing out on the trade deal and things!… I have no idea if that is true but it is an interesting thing to consider… Another fact considered almost ‘normal’ in this community is that the virus was meant to be far more deadly than it has eventually become. — It follows that any tyrannical measures have been adapted recently so are not as well worked out as they might have historically been. I.e. it seems kind of pathetic to have five ex Prime Ministers lined up because BoJo has a cold! With the Boris thing and the fact that… Read more »

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JW – You just might be an ’empath’. Mandy ‘sees’/observes and knows when people lie. An empath ‘feels’ and knows when people are lying. I call it ‘vibes’ and have become more spiritual over the years. Many moments I get a ‘thump’ on my head (could be from spirits) when I am trying to make a decision or need to know a truth. I also feel a dark cloud around people (or a negative energy) but it’s hard to feel that when I see them on tv. Here is more info on empaths: (a person with the paranormal ability to apprehend the mental or emotional state of another individual). Empaths can instantly detect lies, ‘big’ or ‘small’. This is often considered to be the most powerful gift that empaths have been blessed with. If someone lies to an empath, they will almost never get away with it. Empaths have many internal alarm signals for detecting lies.A powerful item in the empath’s toolbox: The ability to spot a wolf in sheep’s clothing. There are just some people who say they have good intentions, but inside they desire the worst for those around them. More info: https://www.higherperspectives.com/never-mess-with-empath-2586831780.html I have more info if… Read more »

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Hey, I am familiar with all sorts of new age terms. I don’t know. I think you generally have to get tested for this sort of stuff because there are a very small amount of people that naturally sense lies. The rest of the population thinks they are fantastic lie detectors but actually is able to detect lies about 54% of the time. There have been a fair few times in my life where I have accurately detected lies against the odds. I am able to naturally detect lies though. The one that is most fun is when women do the whole sexy body language thing and I know what’s going on. I know how much lust they genuinely have. There was a moment in an office job where a girl was doing that a lot with me. Very attractive, was a yoga practitioner. When they would do this body language thing I would smile at them and be very submissive because it seemed like a warm way to respond. But often the girls would then go off with the in group whom I was being actively opposed by. So this girl did do that and tried the body language… Read more »

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I’m not listening to a Dr. that can’t keep his kitchen cleaner.

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He is also in a house, not a hospital. I was a nurse for 30 years and the break room never looked like this.:(

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Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD is his name. Where he recorded this does not matter

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I think you’re wrong on this one. This guy is a doctor. A quick Internet search brought him up in numerous places — with dates way before this month. He has worked at numerous hospitals around the country through the years (common for Emergency Medicine docs). I’m sure that he wrote something to read for this video, because he wasn’t used to doing YouTube. Maybe this other interview will appear more authentic (here he is interviewed by another M.D. on Medscape): https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/928156?src=rss

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See my above post. What he says makes total sense. To listen to an incredibly small segment and say that he is not a doctor is ridiculous! This Bombard video is a fail.

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Umpteen doctors support the use of the HCQ regimen. It’s shown broad effectiveness, near miraculous results. Now the left is fighting its use, cautioning its dangerous side effects. These people will have to pay for any lost lives. We’re all watching …

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You are correct that the doctor seems to be reading off a monitor. But he could be reading what HE wrote himself. I saw the entire video and, as a medical professional, he makes sense. He also states his name in full, Cameron Kyle-Sidell, MD. Patients, he states, appear to be dying from 02 starvation and the use of ventilators at high volumes is not helping, but actually are damaging the lungs. He believes the virus causes 02 starvation, not pneumonia and does not act like ARDS. He states the high volume ventilator is not increasing 02 sats. I found him believable. The short snippet supports your conclusion but there is information now appearing that backs what he says in his complete video. The information, which this doctor does not mention, is that the COVID-19 virus changes the ability of hemoglobin to carry 02 to all of the body cells causing the 02 starvation. There is scientific evidence that the controversial medication hydroxychloroquine prevents the virus from changing the hemoglobin molecule. This information is discussed at length here: http://web.archive.org/web/20200405061401/https://medium.com/@agaiziunas/covid-19-had-us-all-fooled-but-now-we-might-have-finally-found-its-secret-91182386efcb

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Hi Mandy.. I’m curious to hear what you think about Dr Birx. She looks so uncomfortable in so many ways. Makes me feel nervous watching her.

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If we stay at home at this time, then when we’re all going out again, will we all become exposed again, as this will not have died out completely. So… will we all be sick again, or will the people who had mild cases be immune? Or will we all be quarantined again because of another outbreak of this virus? By the way, I was sick, but not ‘sick enough’ to get tested for COVID19, and have pneumonia now. I still can not get a test because in Michigan, at the time I ‘got not sick enough’, the gov. was not allowing testing except in a hospital where you were admitted, and very ill. DOES NOT MAKE SENSE TO ME. She has since backed down from her dictatorial ways, as people in Detroit are needing testing. I would like to see a video on Gov. Whitmer talking, Mandy.

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I would say Patty since as of this morning, April 8th, 845 people in MI have died. But assume you have it, can you get the Vit C & D/or hydroxychl treatment from your doctor? Check out Dr Mercola: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/04/07/coronavirus-treatment.aspx?cid_source=dnl&cid_medium=email&cid_content=art1ReadMore&cid=20200407Z1&et_cid=DM501456&et_rid=845884121

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Thank you Susan. Number 1, it has been shown that the data for deaths is not accurate. There have been no deaths attributed to heart attacks and general flu since Dec. All of that, plus anything else that a dr. wants to put on a death cert. to say a person died from COVID-19, they can. This information is from Lisa Haven showing the paper directing what to be put on a death cert. Please enable JavaScript &feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=vAv4c6fWeIR6f8cZ%3A6 The proof of that can be seen there. Secondly, as I am past the flu symptoms and have had the pneumonia for over 2 weeks that I know of, I’m not needing the hydroxy at this time. But now the Gov. of MI is ‘allowing’ drs to prescribe it. At the time I was ill, she had given the directive to tell drs not to prescribe it and pharmacists not to fill it under threat of having their license revoked. Evil woman I say… who is she to have the power to do this? I do take a vitamin and other naturals, eat grapefruit/oranges every day, too. Know all of that helped my system fight off the virus. So, thank you for… Read more »

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Yep…I agree with Foxcritter about the oxygen. As a LNA, everyone knows too much oxygen can literally kill someone. What a total jackass! And people are dying bc the medical staff is killing them and trying to cover up like Covid19 did it! I can only guess that the people who died were smokers or had some type of lung disease prior. Nonetheless, this disease was created by the Democrats to overthrow our President and try to f up the upcoming election.

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I disagree on the second one. When I was THAT sick two years ago .. the last thing I wanted to do was TALK to ANYONE , much less sit up , and jabber on and smile

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I know it’s been a few since you made this, but I wanted to include some relevant information. I do not know why the doctor seemed so rehearsed, but evidently he is quite on to something. I have been following a very qualified doctor for the duration of the virus, and a day or two after I saw this, I read her post confirming much of what he found (based on autopsies out of Louisiana and reports from France by an Italian doctor). I thought I would link to the information in order to promote good sourcing of reliable data. I continue to watch and respect your analysis. https://www.facebook.com/jenniferkastenmd/posts/122382999414647?__tn__=K-R Of note: So much for theory: what about proof? This weekend the first two American autopsy series papers looking at the lungs of people who died of COVID were published: one fully peer-reviewed, one as a pre-print. The latter, by Vander Heide et al, looked at four cases from New Orleans. In addition to the ARDS findings (fluid and filling the airspaces, coalescing to sticky membranes which prevent oxygen damage), they were able to do some very cool fluorescent stains for the viral RNA, showing how the lung cells were stuffed… Read more »

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BTW, here are the qualifications of the doctor I am following: I am a practicing pediatric pathologist with degrees in medicine from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, infectious disease epidemiology (CID) from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, a year’s postgraduate work in the mathematical modeling of infectious disease at Oxford University, and a master’s in the history of medicine and science, also from Oxford University.

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I’m wondering if this article/video provides more context/info on Dr Kyle-Sidell?
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/928156
Going up against hospital protocols is particularly difficult because it’s very bureaucratic and hierarchical. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s worried about getting into trouble. If he’s a real doctor that is… The guy interviewing him obviously thinks so.

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he is in a kitchen.????dah

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I would like people here to look at Lisa Haven’s report on the directive from the National Vital Statistics System put out on March 24, 2020, and says what to put on a death certificate. Please enable JavaScript &feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=vAv4c6fWeIR6f8cZ%3A6 I quote, “COVID-19 should be reported on a death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or IS ASSUMED TO HAVE CAUSED OR CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEATH.” I want all of you to question why have no deaths been attributed to heart attacks and regular flu for several weeks? This is not normal. We are being told a lie. My family dr. told me that there needs to be two data sets. One.. deaths positively attributed to the COVID-19 virus. Second deaths that are a result of a weakened immune system, and not from the actual virus, such as asthma, pneumonia, heart attack, etc. These are NOT COVID-19 deaths. My question is: “Why are so many death certificates saying COVID-19, when it is not?” Is it for a hospital to get more money from the fed. government? I do not believe for one minute the number of deaths being attributed to COVID-19.

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Has anyone besides me noticed that almost all of the people that are so against Trump are Jewish ? What is this young heeb doing spreading fear ?

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Your last two videos sound like you and the people you are viewing is speaking very slowly . It’s like listening to so one on Thorzine ? Is it on my end or has anyone else mentioned it ?

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XD

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Thank you mandy ! LOL. Thats what it was ! SMH…Duh Me ! LOL

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