One of those question’s I’ve struggled for a while with is: Alright, if it’s true that SARS-COV-2 infections cause brain damage, both directly and indirectly by keeping the brain’s immune system on high alert even after the virus is gone, thereby prohibiting repair, which triggers a sustained increased risk of dementia, that should be showing up in the data by now, right?
And for a long time, I could just find nothing indicative of such a problem. But today I decided to look at the waiting lists for nursing homes in the Netherlands. And that’s where you start to see things in recent months that you’re not supposed to be seeing, after a deadly pandemic killed off the nursing home population.
Here you can find an infographic, with the latest update for people waiting for admission into a nursing home, updated until October 2022.
So you can see the number of elderly waiting for a spot has steadily risen, despite high excess mortality among nursing home residents, which should be freeing up spots.
But now look at some more data. Here you can see how many urgently or actively need a spot. These are people who really just can’t live at home anymore, they need continual care.
Something goes wrong in July 2022, as number rise steadily until then, before jumping up.
What happened back then? The answer can be found in sewage data:
The BA.5 wave! Which, as I showed you before, is thought to be the most brain-damaging variant seen so far.
They only update the graph once every quarter, but with the power of weaponized autism, which allows us to look at shit nobody who isn’t paid to look at it bothers to look at, we can look up the raw data for ourselves. This gives us two extra months of epic doomporn. The total waiting were 21795 on oktober the first. Two months later, this is up to 22.124. The number actively seeking care went up too, to 4.423.
And please keep in mind: We have had excess mortality for three years now, concentrated among our nursing home residents. You’re supposed to see more room for admissions now.
Light blue is excess mortality in percentage among the nursing home residents.
So how did we end up with a doubling, in the number of elderly actively seeking care?
Maybe you think this is just me misinterpreting the trend. I recommend you to look at this graph then, which clearly illustrates something is going wrong.
That yellow line is the number of elderly actively waiting for a spot, who have had to wait longer than the norm. It goes from just above zero in February 2021, to 1800 by oktober 2022. The system is just breaking down. And maybe that’s entirely unrelated to the new brain-damaging virus, but I highly doubt it. Whether this is caused by COVID or not, you would expect it to be newsworthy.
I’m going to say it again: We suffer these constant brain-damaging Omicron waves, because the morons gave everyone a bad vaccine with negative efficacy against infection. And when they realized it wasn’t working, they decided to do it again, hoping the third time’s a charm. People’s immune systems are now stuck, responding to this virus in a manner that simply doesn’t work well. And the virus in turn received the perfect opportunity to train against our antibodies, until it stumbled upon improved versions of itself, which then rapidly spread through a population with a homogeneous immune response.
So what can you do against it?
-Dental hygiene is important, along with nasal rinsing. This means you get rid of the reservoirs from where it constantly invades the brain.
-Plant based diet is important.
-Natto destroys the microclots and the Spike protein. Serrapeptase and bromelain probably help too.
-Cannabinoids help slow down cognitive aging.
Ultimately however, I don’t expect any miracles.
I take mushrooms from time to time and whereas it just used to be very euphoric or draw attention to my teeth, what I noticed in 2021 or so is that it would feel as if my brain struggles to get enough oxygen. Lately when I take them the trip tends to be dark and the next day I have a headache.
I kind of see this as a canary in the coalmine, my brain telling me that it has suffered some damage.
The biggest improvement I tend to notice is from eating natto, which really seems to help the brain clean stuff up.
People sometimes ask me to set up a substack so they can subscribe, but I don’t want to bother with all that stuff. But if you do have a few dollars to spare, I’d rather see you help out my brother Joseph in Uganda take care of his sick pig Neaty.