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Der Grömaz, der größte Mediziner aller Zeiten, einer von den Politikern, die das in seiner Wirksamkeit umstrittene oder sogar widerlegte Hydroxychloroquin propagieren als Heil- und Vorbeugungsmittel gegen Coronaviren, hat eine Sympathieerklärung abgegeben für eine auch auf diesem Gebiet sich für erleuchtet haltende promovierte Medizinerin, Kinderärztin in Houston, Texas. Die ist außerdem als Predigerin tätig und warnt dabei u.a. vor den gesundheitlichen Folgen von nächtlichem Traumsex mit Dämonen, vor einer Impfung gegen das Religiositätsgen im Gehirn, und daß außerirdische Reptilien Mitglieder der US-Regierung sind mißfällt ihr auch. Ihre Begründung für die Wirksamkeit von Hydroxychloroquin ist die Beliebtheit des Mittels in Kamerun, das überzeugt so manchen.
Vor drei Tagen hatte die einschlägig bekannte Breitbart-Webseite ein Video veröffentlicht von ihrer Rede auf den Stufen des Supreme Court, das übernommen von Facebook und Twitter dann von "Potus" wiedergegeben wurde. Inzwischen haben Facebook und Twitter dies gesperrt, woraufhin Frau Doktor meint, daß Jesus die Server von Facebook zerstören würde falls dieses Video der "America's Frontline Doctors" nicht wieder freigegeben wird. Trockener Kommentar von BBC dazu ist, daß Facebook noch keine Unterbrechungen festgestellt hat.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-53579773BBC, 20200729, hat geschrieben: Stella Immanuel - the doctor behind unproven coronavirus cure claim
Stella Immanuel, a doctor at the centre of a controversy over unproven and potentially dangerous claims that an anti-malaria drug can treat Covid-19, is no stranger to conspiracy theories. Facebook and Twitter have taken down the viral video in which she appears, saying it violates their policies about misinformation - but not before it was retweeted by Donald Trump and one of his sons. The US president defended himself, saying he found Dr Immanuel ... "very impressive". "She said that she had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients, I thought her voice was an important voice but I know nothing about her," he said on Tuesday. ... Along with other medics from a group called America's Frontline Doctors, she said that Americans were being denied a potential cure for Covid-19. "Nobody needs to get sick. This virus has a cure - it is called hydroxychloroquine, I have treated over 350 patients and not had one death," said Dr Immanuel. ... But Dr Immanuel has insisted taking hydroxychloroquine is not harmful because [sic!] it is widely taken in her home country of Cameroon, where malaria is endemic. ... Five years ago, she alleged that alien DNA was being used in medical treatments, and that scientists were cooking up a vaccine to prevent people from being religious. Some of her other claims include blaming medical conditions on witches and demons - a common enough belief among some evangelical Christians - though she says they have sex with people in a dream world. "They turn into a woman and then they sleep with the man and collect his sperm… then they turn into the man and they sleep with a man and deposit the sperm and reproduce more of themselves," she said during a sermon in 2013. Another issue that Dr Immanuel targets is gay marriage, saying it can result in adults marrying children, according to the Daily Beast. She also offers a prayer to remove a generational curse, originally received from an ancestor, but transmitted through placenta, the news website's profile of her says. ... After Facebook took down the America's Frontline Doctors' video on Tuesday, she declared that Jesus Christ would destroy the social media giant's servers if her videos were not restored to the platform. Facebook has not reported an interruption on its services.
Who are America's Frontline Doctors? It is a collection of physicians critical of the scientific consensus around the Covid-19 pandemic. The event on Monday was backed by the Tea Party Patriots, a conservative organisation seeking to re-elect President Trump. The doctors believe neither masks nor shutdowns are necessary to fight the spread of coronavirus. The group's founder, Simone Gold, organised a letter to Mr Trump calling for an end to lockdown measures in May. ... Ralph Norman, a Republican member of the House of Representatives, was standing alongside the doctors when they delivered their news conference. ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_Party ... tors_videoWikipedia, 20200730, hat geschrieben: ... On July 27, 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tea Party Patriots hosted and funded a press conference in Washington, D.C., in front of the Supreme Court Building by a group who referred to themselves as "America's Frontline Doctors". Without peer-reviewed evidence, the group of doctors claimed that hydroxychloroquine, Zithromax, and zinc could be used as a "cure" for COVID-19 (although there is currently no drug approved for this by the FDA or WHO) and that public health measures designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (such as business and school closures and mandatory face masks in public spaces) were therefore unnecessary. ... The event was live streamed by the far-right website Breitbart News, and video of the event was shared on social media platforms such as Facebook groups (including those dedicated to anti-vaccination and conspiracy movements) and on Twitter — where President Donald Trump (who has also promoted the drugs) and his son Donald Trump Jr. both shared versions of the video. ... When asked about the video the next day, Trump referred to the group as being "very respected doctors", and referred to Immanuel as being "spectacular". When asked why he trusted Immanuel despite her history of promoting conspiracies, Trump replied, "I thought she was very impressive, in the sense that, from where she came — I don't know what country she comes from — but she said that she's had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_Im ... cal_claimsWikipedia, 20200730, hat geschrieben: Immanuel's medical claims are sometimes combined with her spiritual beliefs. She has said that many gynecological illnesses are the result of having sex dreams with succubi and incubi and receiving "demon sperm". She has said that endometriosis, infertility, miscarriages, and sexually transmitted infections are caused by the spirit husbands and spirit wives. According to Immanuel, the causes of cysts and endometriosis are individuals having sex in their dreams with demons and witches. She said in a 2015 sermon that space alien DNA is used in medical treatments and that reptilians and aliens run the government. She also stated in 2015 that Illuminati are using witches to destroy the world through abortion, gay marriage, children's toys and media such as Harry Potter, Pokémon, Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana. In another 2015 sermon, she said scientists are developing vaccines to stop people from being religious.
Der im obigen BBC-Artikel verlinkte Beitrag in "The Daily Beast" hat noch mehr Unterhaltungswert als der hier im Forum wiedergegebene Facebook-Beitrag eines ostfriesischen Landarztes:
https://www.thedailybeast.com/stella-im ... hloroquine
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Es gibt also auch unter Medizinern solche und solche. - Mein "ceterum censeo" ist, daß es wahrscheinlich paläontologisch bedeutsam wird, wenn überall in Irrenhäusern mit Atomwaffen herumgespielt wird, da ist der Frust über ein schlaues Virus nichts dagegen.