Is Coronavirus The One Mask Nobody Sees? (Common Sense 101)

Mask V

“V” (For Vendetta) The People Will Have Justice One Day – When…….?

In a coronavirus crisis, masks have been in short supply.  Something else has been in short supply, and that is discernment –see Lysol picture below!.  As U.S. President Franklin Deleanor Roosevelt once said; “Nothing in politics happens by chance; it’s all very carefully planned!

Historically, economic chaos and crisis has been engineered and caused by the bankers.  They somehow seem to get people to accept paper printed with ink and numbers on it to function as money.  It’s been backed in the past with gold and silver which are heavy and cumbersome to carry around, and so people deposited their gold and silver with the bankers, and accepted a “note” (IOU) demonstrating that the gold was on hand at the bank giving the bearer of the note credibility that he had the wherewithal to pay for whatever he wanted within the limits of the value of the gold shown as on deposit.  Of course bankers being human (purportedly so) succumbed to temptation and printed extra notes against the same gold on deposit and assumed that nobody would want to come pick up the gold in person as payment.  It works for awhile, but not forever.

One hundred years ago in America, 1 oz. of gold was worth $20 as established by the government.  Today, the same ounce of gold is almost $1500.  So, what changed?  There’s more paper currency chasing that same ounce of gold – supply and demand – more paper same amount of gold = higher prices for gold.  Put another way; less gold than paper allows for the ounce of gold to buy more paper.

The bankers also thrive on debt as well as deception.  Being able to issue debt is like being able to print money.  In fact, debt and printing money (inflation), are two sides of the same coin.  Our current economic situation is the result of huge unpayable debt and rampant money printing.  The two combined have driven the price of an automobile today to the same heights of a very upscale home in the 1950’s.  Think about that!  Today’s Chevy Impala costs the same as a 3000 square foot home in a nice neighborhood did back in 1950!

At some point, the bubble (inflated prices) no longer can be sustained, because the disposable income that people have never keeps up with inflation.  That’s where the debt factor helps extend the charade.  Once people run out of cash and costs go up, then they borrow to stay afloat, but when they no longer have the funds to borrow, then what?  Remember that the “borrower is slave to the lender (banker)”.  Well, along comes socialism, and the government will take on the task for awhile until they can’t pay their bills.  That’s where we’re at today.

Now, how do you get out of this conundrum?  Historically, war was the solution, but there is an obstacle to that in the White House known as Donald Trump – President!  He is opposed to foreign entanglements like wars and unjust treaties.  This has presented the bankers with a dilemma, but the bankers are not to be outdone; at least not without a fight.  How about having a war on a virus?  Think of it; a virus can cross borders without being detected in the process.  A virus can infect and involve the whole world.  A virus is stealthy and shows no deference to economic, political or ideological differences.  A virus is the perfect distraction from an economic debacle that the bankers have created.

Now, they, while the people are distracted and fearful, can get another bail out gratis the taxpayer.  Wow!  It’s a nice gig if you can get it!   So, what needs to be done in order to get off of this dead end tread mill?  Remove the mask from the bankers, and arrest them, try them for treason, and find them guilty and have them executed along with the Congressional sellouts that have been carrying their water for decades!  Food for thought!

Coronavirus Lysol

Coronavirus Listed – Lysol Cleaner Years Ago – Covid 19 Is 19th Strain Of Same Virus

More on coronavirus if you like:


First, coronavirus has been around for a while, this is the 19th strain1, hence the name, COVID-19. Lysol has listed coronavirus on its cans ahead of this pandemic – see pix at bottom. See diagramme below (thanks Dave Roeser).  Is soap and water better? Yes. Why?

Why is SOAP the very  best thing to use:

Are you just washing the bad guys (people?) down the drain. No. Soap is best – see by a Canadian!   11 minutes, but the last three minutes are not particularly relevant.   Presented in only the way a scientist could do! But great content! In short, soap disrupts the chemical bonds holding the virus together, just like dish soap disintegrates fat globules in your dish water, and the virus is toast.  But it takes about 20 seconds for this to occur (plus the soap needs to penetrate the wrinkles in your skin). Sing “Happy Birthday to You” twice, and that should do it.  Or if you want it in a picture, what soap does is disintegrate the lipid bilayer envelope below in about 20 seconds (almost as fast as Bernie or Joe will turn the US economy into Venezuela!) Diagramme taken from   – see around the 32 minute mark, per one Palli Thordarson. The presenter, Chris Martenson, has a Ph.D  and a post-doctoral program at Duke University, he specialized in neurotoxicology. He also talks about why antibacterial soaps are useless (bacteria are not viruses)

Alcohol based sanitizers, hydrogen peroxide sanitizers

Alcohol must be over 60% to work. Don’t mix in too much aloe vera so it gets too diluted.  If you use bleach, use at a 40:1 ratio, or 1 oz bleach to 1 pint of water. 3% hydrogen peroxide should be at a 6:1 ratio for a 0.5% solution you will use.

Masks? Latex gloves? Eye protection

Yes!! See  20 min. Latex gloves are dirt cheap. Transmission around

You can also buy your own benzalkonium chloride and mix it on your own.

How long do the viruses live?

Up to 9 days.

How do I touch buttons in the elevator:

Use a cigarette lighter, as Chris Martenson illustrates here at the 19 min. mark:

What about veggies and other produce? People handle them, sneeze on them, produce employees might have the virus, etc.:

What about produce at the grocery store, and the customers, produce people, or even pickers who might contaminate it? Any way to protect yourself? Yes, there is, per There are two super simple ways to go about it:

1.       Keep two separate spray bottles, one filled with vinegar and the other filled with 3% hydrogen peroxide (the regular stuff from the grocery store). When you bring your produce home, just spray all over with vinegar first, then peroxide. Let sit for 10 minutes and wipe or scrub gently during the thorough rinse. Fill a clean sink or large bowl with enough water to cover your produce, add a cup of vinegar and a cup of hydrogen peroxide for a large batch (reduce for less produce and water — doesn’t have to be exact since these materials aren’t toxic). Let soak for 10 minutes and wipe or scrub gently during the thorough rinse. Be sure to rinse thoroughly to remove the 3% hydrogen peroxide after washing because it’s not to be ingested. You can also use food-grade 35% hydrogen peroxide for cleaning, but it MUST be diluted before use.

2.       Per, you can use a vegetable soaking method by adding 1/4 to 1/2 cup of 3 percent peroxide solution to a large bowl, bucket or sink full of cool water. Gently place your produce in the soak and move them around in the water for a few seconds. Remove from the soak and rinse under cold running water for several seconds to rinse away the peroxide and any remaining dirt or bacteria. Don’t allow the produce to soak in the solution for too long, as soft and porous foods can begin to absorb the water and peroxide, affecting their flavors.

Per you can clean this way:Spray Bottles
Step 1  
Fill two spray bottles. One gets plain white vinegar and the other 3 percent hydrogen peroxide, readily found at any drug store.
Step 2  Lightly spray the vegetables or fruit with the vinegar, and then with the hydrogen peroxide.
Step 3  Rinse the produce completely in running water after using the solutions. Serve raw or use in a recipe.

Tip  This order of solution can also disinfect a countertop surface. After using the hydrogen peroxide, do not rinse and allow the surface to air dry.

Note that if you rinse thoroughly enough, no lingering vinegar or peroxide flavor remains. Also, if any tiny amounts of hydrogen peroxide remain on the produce, it’s not toxic. You can also use the sprays on raw meat and poultry to kill foodborne pathogens.

Alternate Soaking Method  If you don’t want to use a spray bottle or have small pieces of produce, such as broccoli florets, soak them, fully submerged, in a bowl of hydrogen peroxide for about 5 minutes instead. Rinse with cool water and pat dry before serving or using in a recipe. For berries, use a solution that is half water and half hydrogen peroxide and soak for about 3 minutes. Rinse and dry the berries, but serve them immediately as washed berries accumulate mold quickly.

See also  or

3.       Ok, so what about SUPPLEMENTS? A lot of controversy over this, but here are some recent comments:

4.       If ConsumerLabs is correct (see

Zinc may have some effect: an email written by a pathologist, Dr. James Robb, that recommends using zinc lozenges such as Cold-Eeze to ward off the virus, along with other tips, has gone viral.

Although there is no direct evidence at this time to suggest that using zinc lozenges can prevent or treat COVID-19 in people, zinc does have anti-viral properties and was shown in a laboratory study to inhibit the replication of coronaviruses in cells (te Velthuis, PLoS Pathog 2010). Zinc lozenges or other orally dissolving zinc formulas containing certain forms of zinc have been shown to reduce the severity and duration of colds, which are caused by viruses. They appear to do this by acting directly in the throat, which is why the timing and duration of use matters when treating colds with zinc. The connection with coronavirus and zinc lozenges is that the major cause of illness and death among people who are symptomatic with COVID-19 is respiratory disease and it is in the upper airway that zinc lozenges can have some activity. I absolutely cannot stand left wing Snopes, but for what it is worth, here is an, from pathologist Dr. James Robb who described himself as “one of the first molecular virologists in the world to work on coronaviruses. ”Stock up now with zinc lozenges. These lozenges have been proven to be effective in blocking coronavirus (and most other viruses) from multiplying in your throat and nasopharynx. Use as directed several times each day when you begin to feel ANY “cold-like” symptoms beginning. It is best to lie down and let the lozenge dissolve in the back of your throat and nasopharynx. Cold-Eeze lozenges is one brand available, but there are other brands available.” And “Supplementing with zinc (such as with regular tablets) would not benefit most people unless they are deficient in zinc, which is more common in elderly people due to reduced zinc absorption. In such people, supplementing with zinc (e.g. 20 mg per day) may improve the chance of avoiding respiratory tract infection, as suggested by a study of elderly people in nursing facilities in France. Others who may be low in zinc include vegetarians and people taking certain medications, such as those that reduce stomach acid and ACE inhibitors, on a long-term basis. The daily requirement for zinc varies by age, but, for adults, is about 11 mg.  Be aware that typical daily doses of zinc provided by zinc lozenges generally exceed tolerable upper limits for zinc, and for this reason, they should not be used for longer than about a week. Excessive intake of zinc can cause copper deficiency. Zinc can impair the absorption of antibiotics, and use of zinc nasal gels or swabs has been linked to temporary or permanent loss of smell.”  Elsewhere, I have read that zinc acetate is best, and what I have on hand.

Vitamin C:  ConsumerLabs says it doesn’t work, “high doses of vitamin C over the long-term may increase the risk of cataracts. High-dose vitamin C can also reduce the effectiveness of certain medications and interfere with certain blood tests.” Yet other sites say China has been successfully using it in intravenous megadoses.  See or  Even, which somewhat disses C, says “Since Pauling published his books, in the 1970s, his bolder claims have not stood up to scientific scrutiny. However, recent research does suggest that vitamin C supplements reduce the duration of colds in the general population, according to a 2013 review of several dozen studies.  The review found that vitamin C supplements taken during a cold can reduce the duration of the illness by 8% in adults and 14% in children. Practically, that means that supplementing vitamin C can shorten the duration of a cold by about one day. Participants in each study supplemented vitamin C for varying periods, but generally, the daily dose was at least 200 milligrams.”  Personally, I have bought LIPOSOMAL Vit C, and will use it at the first twinge, seeing that I cannot IV myself!

Garlic: ConsumerLabs says “Garlic has been shown in laboratory studies to inhibit certain flu and cold viruses, and one clinical trial suggests garlic supplements may help to prevent colds. However, there is no current evidence that eating garlic or taking a garlic supplement can help prevent or treat COVID-19, as noted on the World Health Organization’s Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Myth busters website.” Personally, I have found it helpful with flu in the past after a lot of experimentation. Kyolic has an immune system brand, and is available everywhere. You might also consider black garlic (can get via Amazon).

Elderberry (e.g., Sambucol): Consumerlabs says “Elderberry extract has been shown in laboratory studies to inhibit the replication and hemagglutination of human flu viruses, including certain strains of Influenza A and B, and H1N1. Small, preliminary trials in people with the flu suggest that, taken within the first day or so of experiencing symptoms, elderberry shortens the duration of the flu, but more studies are needed to corroborate this. There is no evidence that elderberry extract can prevent COVID-19 or reduce symptoms in people who have been infected.  ConsumerLab’s tests of elderberry extracts and supplements found that the amounts of elderberry compounds in marketed products ranged more than 2,000-fold — from as little as 0.03 mg to 69.3 mg per suggested serving., although due to lack of research, it’s not clear what amount, if any, would be effective.  For people who do choose to try elderberry extract, it’s helpful to know that it appears to be generally well-tolerated. However, people who are allergic to grass pollen may have allergic reactions to elderberry. Never consume raw elderberries, as these contain toxic compounds that can cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness and diarrhea.

Vit. D: ConsumerLabs says Vitamin D supplements, taken daily in moderate doses, may help to reduce the risk of respiratory infections and viruses such as influenza A in children and adults who are deficient (< 20 ng/mL) or severely deficient (< 10 ng/mL) in vitamin D.  Personally, I have definitely found D3 (never use the cheaper D2, and unless you are on a clotting agent, such as warfarin, pair with Vit. K.) very helpful battling viruses. ConsumerLabs says not to go above 39 on blood tests, but other reputable people I have personally worked with say up to 100 is OK  You can read more on Vit. D from Oregon State Univ.  or   Dr. Mercola, at

Quercitin: Mercola states It may offer benefits as a treatment for SARS coronavirus infections. Quercetin offers great promise as a potential supplement in the clinical treatment of SARS. Resveratrol is another antioxidant that could be useful. It’s been shown to inhibit MERS-CoV infection, at least in vitro.

Echinacea: ConsumerLabs says “A laboratory study that has not yet been peer-reviewed or published found that a particular branded form of echinacea inhibited specific coronaviruses, including (HCoV) 229E, MERS- and SARS-CoVs, and the researchers suggested it could potentially have a similar effect on SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, although it was not tested. The study was funded by a distributor of the product and authored, in part, by an employee of the manufacturer.”

Where to buy hand sanitizer still:

Valid as of Saturday when I lost looked. Yahoo is another left-wing fake news site, but this might be useful:

Other Supplements: Dr. Mercola at says  Supplements thought to be useful in the prevention of coronavirus infection include NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine), elderberry, spirulina, beta-glucan, glucosamine, selenium, zinc, lipoic acid (use the R form, take with B vitamins) , sulforaphane (broccoli sprouts have the most) , resveratrol, vitamin D, (use D3, not D2)  Bifidobacterium bifidum strain probiotics and sporebiotics. ConsumerLabs says “NAC (N-acetyl cysteine) is a synthetically modified form of the amino acid cysteine (cysteine occurs naturally in foods, whereas NAC does not). In the body, NAC is converted to the antioxidant glutathione. There is very preliminary evidence that NAC may improve certain blood markers of immune system health but there is not sufficient evidence to suggest that NAC supplementation improves the immune system to the extent that it will reduce the occurrence of illness, nor prevent coronavirus infection. A clinical study using 600 mg of NAC taken twice daily during flu season found that it did not prevent infection but fewer infected people were symptomatic.” Personally, I am using it now.

Other considerations:

Per Dr. Robb:

1) NO HANDSHAKING! Use a fist bump, slight bow, elbow bump, etc.
2) Use ONLY your knuckle to touch light switches. elevator buttons, etc.. Lift the gasoline dispenser with a paper towel or use a disposable glove.
3) Open doors with your closed fist or hip – do not grasp the handle with your hand, unless there is no other way to open the door. Especially important on bathroom and post office/commercial doors.
4) Use disinfectant wipes at the stores when they are available, including wiping the handle and child seat in grocery carts.
5) Wash your hands with soap for 10-20 seconds and/or use a greater than 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer whenever you return home from ANY activity that involves locations where other people have been.
6) Keep a bottle of sanitizer available at each of your home’s entrances. AND in your car for use after getting gas or touching other contaminated objects when you can’t immediately wash your hands.

Dr. Mercola writes the following at

According to bioweapons expert Francis Boyle, evidence suggests COVID-19 is a weaponized coronavirus originating from the Biosafety Level 4 facility in Wuhan City, China. COVID-19 appears to be a chimera consisting of SARS (an already weaponized coronavirus), HIV genetic material and influenza virus, designed with gain of function properties that allow it to spread a greater distance than normal. Others have suggested COVID-19 may involve Prevotella, a bacterium known to cause respiratory tract infections, and that this may explain some of the observed symptoms and how it can spread through feces. RNA sequencing data from Wuhan show millions of Prevotella proteins amid a few thousand COVID-19 viruses. Prevotella bacteria was also found in six COVID-19 patients from the same family in Hong Kong

We are fortunate to have a President who is cutting through the barriers and doing something for all humans. Is he perfect? No. Is he 1000x better than Bernie or Joe? Yes. This is for educational purposes only, do your own research.

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