COVID-19’s Biological Politics

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On the Esoterica Pimp

Fauci, a supposed epidemiologist, knows that the Chinese know the C-19 source in nature, and are holding it esoteric hostage.

 
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A Houston hospital reports almost all cases of C-19 carry the D614G mutation. This is the mutation that Fauci gets backwards in his video. Such a mistake or deflection won’t wash, because the glycine gives the virus increased protein-folding capability, which in this case looks like a parallel increase in contagious capabilities.

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’....A study of 5,000 COVID-19 patients at a hospital in Houston, Texas revealed that 99.9% of infections were caused by this altered version of the virus called D614G, more contagious than the original strain.’

This also helps to disprove the lab-made hypothesis. Interestingly, this mutation arose in two places just one week apart: Germany and China.
 
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Previously, mink were infected with C-19, though now the same ‘Houston’ mutation is occurring in Danish mink farms.

All Mink in Denmark Must Be Killed
’....Researchers have studied one mutation, D614G....there is no evidence so far that the particular mutation increases virulence or would affect the workings of a vaccine.’

4 Nov 2020 New York Times Denmark Will Kill All Farmed Mink
 
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The reader can see that there are conflicting findings about the mink mutations as they relate to vaccine efficacy. The Danish report continues, adding more mutations:

’....To those skilled in the art, SSI can report that the spike protein has the following changes in amino acids: H69del/V70del, Y453F, I692V, and M1229I.’

We note that virus behavior in these animals can favor two (valine, isoleucine) of the three branched-chain amino acids (valine, isoleucine, leucine).
 
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When did the Chinese know the COVID-19 source in nature? When did Pfizer know the COVID-19 source in nature?
 
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The media is clearly attempting to insert a pacifier into the reader’s mouth here, because this is old news fronting as a breakthrough. Notice the genderized format, whereby it is supposedly a female physician who makes the ‘discovery,’ though it was a heterosexual team in 2015 from Purdue and the University of Chicago that we pointed to on the solstice, 21 Jun 2020 in post #630 of the snake meat thread that made the coronavirus connection:

13 Nov 2020 Why COVID-19 Kills Certain Patients, Especially Men, Revealed in ‘Breakthrough Finding’
’....mutations in genes that control interferons....’

Snake Meat: Source of Chinese Virus, post #630
’....interferon-stimulated gene 15....’
 
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This is dedicated to you, J. and you know why. As usual, Badger loves you.

We revisit the integrin links to Alzheimer’s and coronaviruses, noting that Fauci getting the mutation backwards in his video, does have implications, especially for the KGD assemblage. The glycine is crucial for folding efficiency.

Integrin / SARS-Cov-2
’....the interaction between A5beta1 integrin and ACE2 using a novel molecule, ATN 161....KGD....’

This is the Chinese bullshit we love to expose:

Oct 2020 Jinfukang Regulates Integrin

These Chinese chickenshits do not name a single molecule. Do they also expect the reader to adapt to the absurdity?
 
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More mutations have been added to the previously reported D614G mutation. This WHO International bulletin can be retrieved. URL is correctly transcribed:

World Health Organization, Variant Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 Genomes
’....Almost all strains with D614G mutation also have a mutation in other proteins responsible for replication (Orf1ab P4715L; RdRp P323L) which might affect replication speed of the virus....treatment-resistive strains may emerge quickly....current vaccine approaches directed against WT spike should be effective against the D614G strains.’

Once again in this thread, we note that the Chinese virus is reifying branched-chain amino acids (leucine) during its evolution in the Homo sapiens host.
 
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We’ll first link squamous cells to COVID-19, then we’ll show the Aboriginal Australian link to C-19 mutations, though we cannot verify that the cancer of 1946 was oral squamous cell carcinoma, which answer may lie hidden in the Australian archives:

Sep 2020 Spain COVID-19 / Squamous Region
’....SARS-CoV-2 predominantly localizes squamous cells in cytology samples of patients with RT-PCR positive determination of SARS-CoV-2....nasopharyngeal region is the anatomical station that SARS-CoV-2 infects first.’

The initial link between branched-chain amino acids synthesized in an anti-cancer plant is from Hartwell, JL, Plants Used Against Cancer, p. 441:

’Phytolaccaceae: Codonocarpus cotinifolius (Desf.), Common Name: Maroon; for tongue cancer, reputed cure of a Western Australian Aborigine (1946).’

Previously in another thread, we pointed to branched-chain aminos in Codonocarpus, from the original German text:

Post #325
’....Codonocarpus: Die Cyanhydrine werden durch die Pflanze vermutlich aus Valin und Isoleucine synthetisierte.’

The WHO report, above, states that these additional C-19 mutations increase replication speed, though we think that speed and efficiency happened first with the D614G mutation. According to the Miller-Urey volcanic spark experiment of 1959 for the origins of life on earth, the two most abundant amino acids were glycine and alanine, also listing beta-cyanoalanine. The Chinese virus seems to be using the unique folding capabilities of a most primitive glycine, which links back to Codonocarpus also synthesizing a cyano- moiety.
 
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On 18Jul 2020, we made a chron for Moderna vaccine, based on position 1273 of the amino acid sequence of COVID-19 RBD. It is located at post #759 of the snake meat thread. It is 94% effective.
 
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We feel the pain or our sisters.
NYTimes,
Women, Leadership and the Post-Pandemic World
.’....They need to be protected against all forms of violence....for instance in science and in STEM, where we need more than ever efficient innovations, ensuring promotions and publication ownership....Women and society rise together.....COVID-19 bas deepened the vulnerability of women to several risks: risk pf unemployment, risk of losing their financial independence, risk of being more exposed to health risks indirectly aggravated by the pandemc and lockdown in many countries as a result of the crisis, women feel mpr3 at risk — both physical and mental.’

Suggested browsing is Kristeva, Black Sun
 
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Excerpting from Eiselein’s book review....

’why do depressives continually intoxicate themselves with bottomless, incommunicable sorrow? Physicians assure us that depression is primarily a physiological disorder....Kristeva elaborates in Black Sun a theory of depression that builds upon and departs from the insights of Freud. Although she recommends the use of chemical antidepressants to a point at which psychotherapeutic work becomes possible, Kristeva sees depression not as an illness to be corrected with drugs, but as a discourse to be listened to and analyzed....Kristeva moves beyond linguistic and clinical concerns to illustrate her point that melancholy is an important psychic source for artistic inspiration. While loss stimulates artistic imagination, the creation of artistic and literary texts also represents a struggle against depression....For Kristeva, the personal is always already political. The dark emptiness of melancholia is not, for Kristeva, a concern removed from the noise of politics.’
(Eiselein G, Black Sun: Depression and Melancholia by Julia Kristeva)
 
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We’ll note that surveillance forces may next be employed for the second C-19 lockdown, so increasing methods of privacy should be employed by a couple.

Making Love in the Time of Corona: Considering Relationships in Lockdown
’....Marieke Dewitte is a clinical psychologist-sexologist who had her training in Belgium and The Netherlands and completed her PhD at Ghent University.

Dewitte: Although engaging in sexual and intimate activities with partners who live in the same household is safe as long as none of them shows COVID-related symptoms, some people will refrain from all intimacy on principle, out of fear of getting or spreading the virus. This avoidance is unfortunate because physical touch is an essential part of sexual intimacy, constitutes a key determinant of emotional connectedness and can even be considered a necessity of life. That is, touch has a calming effect by decreasing levels of cortisol and increasing oxytocin, which is the primary hormone involved in social bonding and also facilitates sexual arousability. The pandemic and the accompanying social mitigation measures have created a clear paradox between, on the one hand, deep fear of close contact with other people and on the other hand, an intense longing for physical touch, in particular being hugged and cuddled, as a means of coping with distress and increasing feelings of interconnectedness....Differences within and between couples might become more apparent during the COBID-19 crisis, and individual differences in the way people cope with stress and fear might increase the risk of sexual desire discrepancies within a couple.’
 
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We like Guattari’s approach to the unconcious for reconciliation of depressive thought patterns that the pandemic may have engendered, because it relates to time. It can also reverse the tendencies th@t cultivate superstition.

’we are accustomed to think of material and social facts in terms of genealogies, archaeological residues, and dialectical progress or in terms of decline, degeneration, and rising entropy....Time goes on toward better days or plunges blindly toward unimaginable catastrophes; unless it simply starts to vegetate indefinitely. We can bypass these dilemmas by refusing any sort of causalist or finalist extrapolation and by strictly limiting the object of research to structural relations or systemic balances. But no matter how one goes about it, the past remains heavy, cooled down, and the future seems largely mortgaged by a present closing in on it from all sides. To think time against the grain, to imagine that what came “after” can modify what was “before” or that changing the past at the root can transform a current state of affairs: what madness! A return to magical thought! It is pure science fiction, and yet....

In my view there is nothing absurd about attempting to explore these intractions, which I would also qualify as “machinic,” without initially specifying their material and/or semiotic nature.....Abstract m@chines cling not to a single universal time but to a trans-spatial and trans-temporal (plane of consistency[italics]) which affects through them a relative coefficient of existence.....causalities will no longer function in a single direction, and it will no longer be allowed for us to affirm that “everything is a foregone conclusion.”

Following Rene Thom, it even seems possible one can “Take back one’s throws,” since, according to this author, the logos of the biological species would be able to operate a sort of “smoothing of time” in the direction of both past and future. Due to the definition of these (logoi [it.]) and so long as “space-time figures, as well as their variations, conform to a principle excluding discontinuities and angles,” the phenomena that refer to them would be able to influence their predecessors and their successors.’
(Guattari, The Machinic Unconscious)
 

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