Watching this video - NY ICU Doctor Shares Incredible Insight. And thinking on the other info I've been reading and hearing lately gave me an idea. That doctor, in the video, says what he's seeing is NOT the flu, and that it seems like the Corona virus is NOT the disease that is killing people. He implies that they should be looking for another disease organism.
The damage to the lungs is caused by a "cytokine storm". This is an immune system response, and it ends up destroying lung tissue.
There is a variety of microbe called "Mycoplasma". Also called a "cell wall-deficient organism" (think back to alt health doctor Bob Beck's work) or "Pleiomorphic" ("many forms") bacteria. These are, in fact, tiny little bacteria that spend most of their life cycle inside our cells. Which makes them very resistant to antibiotics. Most all bacteria that infect people do not live inside human cells, but between them. Viruses also live inside our cells. Either multiply and then burst through the cell walls, and infect other cells.
When they do this, minute pieces of the cell wall are stuck to the emerging viruses or mycoplasma. The immune system senses the foreign bodies, with the human cell wall pieces attached, and characterize the whole lot as an invader. Then the immune system begins attacking the body's own tissue. This is called a "concomitant immune response". This is how autoimmune disorders actually progress. But you won't find that scheme in medical textbooks.
The reason this isn't taught is that the US federal govt developed mycoplasmas as bio-weapons and gave Saddam Hussein many, many canisters of it. When the US invaded Iraq, they didn't want the English language labels showing up on the news, so when they found a cache, they had soldiers blow it up with high explosives (spreading it all over the US military personnel in the area).
The US also had Italy build tanker trucks that sprayed mycoplasma on the ground (making "biological mine fields" that the enemy would walk through at some point). Two marines would walk on either side of the truck as it sprayed, and they became infected as well. The whole military medical system, from the middle east to the US, is lousy with mycoplasma, and it penetrates into the civilian population deeper every year.
In addition, there was an illegal test of mycoplasma bioweapons on prisoners in a Texas prison. The guards took it home to their families, and after a while, the town where the prison was at had an enormous spike of all kinds of autoimmune disease (it's happenstance where mycoplasma settle in any particular tissue, therefore the different varieties of autoimmune disease).
Hydroxychloroquine is an immunosupressant. It's used to treat autoimmune disease. I wonder if the reason it's effective is that the actual villain is a mycoplasma. Usually, though, mycoplasmas have a very slow division rate, so it can take several months, or even years before the body is affected. That points to bio-engineering, if it takes hold after 30 days or less. This would mean the Corona virus is just an opportunistic infection that comes along with the real pathogen. Which would fit with what the ICU doc in the above video is saying.
There is a pattern of such fellow traveler infections along with mycoplasma in autoimmune diseases. It is also difficult to find in human tissue, often requiring three to five tests, and it has to be stained with the chemical used to make TB show up under a microscope,. which they won't use unless they are specifically looking for mycoplasma.
Dr. Garth Nicholson spells out the story in the video below. He omits the origins of mycoplasma bio-warfare research in this talk, though. In WW2, Churchill wanted to drop 30,000 anthrax bombs on Germany. The Germans had no bio-warfare program, but when they got wind of this, they started looking into it. At the end of WW2, a retreating SS science unit was captured, with their biological weapons research and samples intact. One vial of anthrax was labeled the most effective, but the Germans didn't understand why. Microscopy was not advanced enough to find the mycoplasma in the sample, but eventually it became so. Then the US started weaponization research.
Nicholson is a college professor, and his boss told him he was going to blow the lid off the Texas prison test, expose it. He "committed suicide" by shooting himself in the back of the head.
My mother died of scleraderma, an autoimmune disease, back when it was really rare, on Christmas Eve, 1984. After a prolonged and painful progression, taking years. My most significant ex died of it last summer. No doubt she contracted it from assisting in surgery on a US soldier, or a family member of a soldier, after the war in Iraq. I tried to tell her, this group called The Road Back Foundation, had figured out a way to cure it. They put people on a 24 hour IV drip of an antibiotic called Minocycline. The 24 hour thing is because you have to catch it when it is outside of the human cells. She wouldn't listen, and subsequently lost a kidney, her spleen and developed insulin-dependent diabetes before passing away.
I wonder if the "re-infections" doctors have seen were actually just a temporary suppression of the disease. A virus could also be engineered for these autoimmune symptoms and progression. If it is a mycoplasma, though, then nobody may end up being cured, and the disease will return in everyone who catches it, even after Hydroxychloroquine, and vaccine treatment may not work at all. Time will tell.
Pathogens and microbiology are not my knowledge wheelhouse, by the way, but I understand much of the lingo. What are your thoughts?