the smoking gun for our thesis :
BBC’s reverse psychology
(article of 23 June 2020)

more and more we are convinced that our thesis is true   —
though this is a 30 min read , we promise you won’t get bored :
a superb piece of reverse psychology from the BBC (23 June 2020)
about the dangers to the brain – covering a number of themes ;
Esau SAID what will happen … just read close !
– it is almost like reading his prophets version but now in 2020 …
(our comments in cursive ;
perhaps open the original link next to this page to follow the links —


(original page header ,
but read : “how the Covid situation will damage the brain”   —
besides : why was this posted under the ‘BBC Future’ header …?)

For Julie Helms, it started with a handful of patients admitted to
her intensive care unit at Strasbourg University Hospital in northeast
France in early March 2020. Within days, every single patient in the ICU had
Covid-19 – and it was not just their breathing difficulties that alarmed her.
“They were extremely agitated, and many had neurological problems –
mainly confusion and delirium,” she says. “We are used to having some
patients in the ICU who are agitated and require sedation, but this was
completely abnormal. It has been very scary, especially because many of
the people we treated were very young – many in their 30s and 40s,
even an 18-year-old.”
Helms and her colleagues published a small study in the New England
Journal of Medicine documenting the neurological symptoms in their
Covid-19 patients (=link) ranging from cognitive difficulties to confusion.
All are signs of “encephalopathy” (general term for damage to the brain) [….] .
(we saw the doc + appendix , and it is incredible shallow – as made in haste)
Now, more than 300 studies from around the world have found a prevalence
of neurological abnormalities in Covid-19 patients ,
(that’s an outright Lie : see in document below how “the studies are sparse”,
and this Lie must also explain why the above doc seems as if made in haste)

including mild symptoms like headaches, loss of smell (anosmia) and tingling
sensations (arcoparasthesia), up to more severe outcomes such as aphasia
(inability to speak), strokes and seizures. This is in addition to recent findings
that the virus, which has been largely considered to be a respiratory disease,
can also wreak havoc on the kidney’s, liver, heart (=link) and just about every
organ system in the body. 
“We don’t know yet if the encephalopathy is more severe with Covid-19 than
with other viruses, but I can tell you we’ve been seeing quite a lot of it,”
says neurologist Elissa Fory of the Henry Ford Foundation in Detroit, Michigan.
“As the number of cases increases, you will start to see not only the common
manifestations but also the uncommon manifestations – and we’re seeing them
all at once, which is not something any of us have encountered in our lifetimes.”
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         what can we learn from the spanish flu ?
(from the deflective article : nothing ; but it is indeed related as you will see)
(now starts the gist – read carefully : )
Estimates of exact prevalence vary, but it seems that roughly 50% of patients
diagnosed with Sars-CoV-2 – the virus responsible for causing the illness Covid-19 –
have experienced neurological problems.
(above : he uses the trauma of the lockdowns in people to support his theory)
The extent and severity of these neurological issues has flown largely under the radar.
Most people, including physicians, may not recognise neurological abnormalities for
what they are when they appear – someone experiencing a seizure may simply look
dazed, without any trembling or shaking. With its beeping machinery, sedative drugs
and bed-bound isolation, an ICU environment can exacerbate and induce delirium,
confounding our ability to link any symptom to the virus.
Further complicating matters, many people suffering from the effects of Sars-CoV-2
are never actually tested for the virus, especially if they do not exhibit a cough or fever.
It means that if they have neurological symptoms, we may never know if this was
linked to Sars-CoV-2.
(‘may never know’….?
isn’t the whole article about proving how evil con-vid damages the brain ?)

“In fact, there is a significant percentage of Covid-19 patients whose only symptom
is confusion” – they don’t have a cough or fatigue, says Robert Stevens, associate
professor of anaesthesiology and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine
in Baltimore, Maryland.
“We are facing a secondary pandemic of neurological disease.”
(please note the wording of that last line – because that is the clue !! ;
‘Johns Hopkins’.. ?
Which produced all those apocalyptic graphs ?)

A different disease
Since the start of the pandemic, it has become increasingly clear that
Sars-CoV-2 is not just a turbo-charged version of the virus that causes
the common cold: it has a number of quirky, unusual and sometimes
terrifying traits.                                                                                     (+ to come)
For example, most viral pandemics (including influenza) have a “U shaped”
mortality curve, killing the very young and the very old. But Sars-CoV-2
typically only causes mild symptoms in children (=link). The novel coronavirus
also disproportionately affects men: up to 70% of people admitted to ICUs
worldwide have been male, though men and women have been infected
at equal rates. […..]
“Happy hypoxia” is another mystery. Our blood normally features
“oxygen saturation” levels of around 98%. Anything below 85% should lead to
a loss of consciousness, coma or even death. But a large number of Covid-19
patients have been found to have oxygen saturation levels below 70%,
even below 60%, yet remained fully conscious and cognitively functional.
(the above is very doubtable : though Esau shortly hyped the ‘ventilator crisis’
and also a paper was published [1] , the latter is vague and seems based upon
only a small number of cases ;
but more – she disqualifies itself by posing that ‘the virus comes via the nose
and the olfactory bulb in the brain’ (=the serotonin theme !) where óther
publications dismiss that possibility – almost as a similar ‘made in haste’ one ,
since “it baffles physicians’)

Then there’s the fact that an enormous percentage of people who carry
the virus have no symptoms. Estimates vary, but one mass-testing report from
Iceland found that fully 50% of the population who carried the virus expressed
no symptoms whatsoever.
Perhaps most unnerving: while about 80% of people who develop Covid-19
shake off the virus easily, a small percentage quickly worsen and within days
die from respiratory weakness and multi-system organ failure. Many of these
patients are elderly or have particular underlying health conditions, but not all.  
(‘shake off easy’..? wasn’t this article about COLOSSAL brain impacts ..?
the author confused the official presented message with the job he’s to do here)

“If we have learned anything over the past couple of months, it is that
this disease, Covid-19, is extremely heterogeneous in presentation,”
says Stevens. “We’ve now learned that the disease affects many different
organ systems: patients can die not only from lung failure, but also kidney
failure, blood clots, liver abnormalities, and neurological manifestations.
“I’ve had patients in the ICU recover in two to three days. I’ve got others
who have been in hospital now for months.”
There are other quirks that Stevens has noticed but cannot explain.
“Covid-19 patients seem to have a lack of sensitivity to the drugs we
normally use – we’ve had to use five to 10 times the amount of drugs for
sedation that we would normally use,” he says.  
Virologists will spend years trying to understand the biomechanics of this
invader. And though researchers have scrutinised the virus and its victims
for six months, publishing scientific studies at a rate never before seen with
any disease,
(indeed – and they cite each óther – to ‘prove’ the convid narrative..)
we still have more questions than answers. The newest to be
added is: can the virus infect the brain?                        (as mRNA vaccine : yes)
(the ‘spending years trying to understand’ : that is a taunt !
because he put all researches on the wrong foot ! , see thesis in other page)

(next : read close)
Brain symptoms
Most researchers believe the neurological effect of the virus are an indirect
result of either oxygen starvation to the brain (the “happy hypoxia” exhibited
by many patients), or the byproduct of the body’s inflammatory response
(the famed “cytokine storm”). Both Fory and Helms believe the neurological
effects are “cytokine-mediated”.
Others aren’t so certain: evidence is starting to accumulate demonstrating
that the virus can actually invade the brain itself.
(read : not the virus – but ‘the presented solution to it’)
“If you had asked me a month ago if there was any published evidence that
Sars-CoV-2 could cross the blood-brain barrier, I would have said no –
but there are now many reports showing that it absolutely can,” says Stevens.
(no it cannot – and now follow 3 crucial lies)
In Japan, researchers reported the case of a 24-year-old man who was found
unconscious on the floor in a pool of his own vomit. He experienced generalised
seizures while being rushed to hospital. An MRI scan of his brain revealed acute
signs of viral meningitis (inflammation of the brain), and a lumbar puncture
detected Sars-CoV-2 in his cerebrospinal fluid.
           (not true : the paper states “the POSSIBILITY of Sars-Cov-2” and repeats
           this a few lines further with “we ASSUMED that Sars-Cov-2 was involved”)

Chinese researchers also found
traces of the virus in the cerebrospinal fluid of a 56-year-old male patient  
suffering from severe encephalitis.
           (this paper is 3 paragraphs long (=short) : seems like a paid stooge)
And in a post-mortem examination of a
Covid-19 patient in Italy, researchers detected viral particles in the endothelial
cells lining the blood vessels of the brain itself.
            (this paper is also vague – and quotes both papers above !)
In some countries such as France,
autopsies of Covid-19 patients are highly restricted (or outright banned),
making the Italian finding all the more important – and concerning.
In fact, some scientists now suspect that the virus causes respiratory failure
and death not through damage to the lungs but through damage to the
brainstem, the command centre that ensures we continue to breathe even
when unconscious.
(now he gets to the core theme…)
The brain is normally shielded from infectious diseases (indeed !) by what is
known as the “blood-brain barrier” – a lining of specialised cells inside the
capillaries running through the brain and spinal cord. These block microbes
and other toxic agents ( the vaccine ?..) from infecting the brain.
If Sars-CoV-2 can cross this barrier, it suggests that not only can the virus get
into the core of the central nervous system, but also that it may remain there,
with the potential to return years down the line.
(…which is the goal…)
Though rare, this Lazarus-like behaviour is not unknown among viruses:
the chickenpox virus Herpes zoster, for example, commonly infects the nerve
cells in the spine, later reappearing in adulthood as shingles – roughly 30% of
people who experienced chickenpox in childhood will develop shingles at some
point in their lives.
Other viruses have caused far more devastating long term impacts. One of the
most notorious was the influenza virus responsible for the 1918 pandemic,
which caused permanent and profound damage to the dopamine neurons of
the brain and central nervous system.
(that is a Lie : not the flu caused ‘dopamine problems’ (see how we got to the
dopamine theme ? see thesis page) but ‘vaccinations’ did – see below)

(While it’s long been assumed that
influenza cannot cross the blood-brain barrier , some scientists think it can).
      (link shows a paper about the bird flu)
An estimated five million people worldwide were hobbled by a form of extreme
exhaustion known as “sleepy sickness” or “encephalitis lethargica”.
(that is a diffusion : the proper ‘sleeping sickness’ is “narcolepsy” :
but the ‘encaphilitis lethargica’ which appeared during the Spanish Flu ,
was as “people being in a state of inward death” ! – see below ;
and note how the article builds up to this theme !)

Among those who survived, many remained in a state of suspended animation.
“They neither conveyed nor felt the feeling of life; they were as insubstantial
as ghosts, and as passive as zombies,” wrote Oliver Sacks in his 1973 memoir
Awakenings. He described patients remaining in this stupor for decades until
being revived by the drug L-DOPA, replenishing levels of the neurotransmitter
dopamine (sic !) (Read more about why the 1918 flu was so deadly).   
(the ‘why it was so deadly’ article tells “that physians didn’t understand a virus”,
but you can search how Pfeiffer in 1892 already tried to produce a vaccine  —
while the US started inoculations in 1918 and ’19 –
see Journal of the American Medical Association – so also that article is a Lie)

David Nutt, professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London,
says he himself treated many patients in the 1970s and 1980s who had suffered
from severe clinical depression ever since the 1957 influenza pandemic in the UK.
(now follows an illegal connection,)
“Their depression was enduring and it was solid – it was if their emotional circuits
had all been switched off,” he says, warning that we could see the very same thing
happen again, but on a much larger scale.                                                         (oh …?)
“People who are discharged from the ICU with Covid-19 need to be monitored
systematically long-term for any evidence of neurological damage –
and then given interventionist treatments if necessary.”
(‘monitored long term’ … monitored for the NEUROLOGICAL effects ! ,
which will be caused bý the ‘interventionist treatment’ : the vaccine !)

(again the serotonin theme appears :
read careful because the ‘antidepressant story’ will have a goal
(see this antidepressant-theme also on the GAVI site , distributor of the vaccine ,
where we expect those will need to MASK the result of the vaccine – see below)

Patients who exhibit symptoms should be moved into interventional trials,
such as of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) anti-depressants or
beta interferons (naturally-occurring proteins often administered as drugs for
conditions such as multiple sclerosis) to mitigate the damage and prevent further
long-term effects. But this simply isn’t being done, he says: “What really bugs me
is that every health trust in the UK is looking at the symptoms of Covid –
but nobody is looking at the neurological mechanisms, such as the amount of
serotonin in the brain.”
(the last line is a MASSIVE taunt !! , a massive one – because Esau KNOWS !)
Nutt plans to enroll 20 Covid-19 patients who developed depression or another
neuro-psychiatric condition into a study that will use Imperial’s state-of-the-art
PET scanners to look for signs of brain inflammation or abnormalities
in neurotransmitter levels.
(these are the computerprograms which the UK purchased , see log)
In Baltimore, Stevens is also planning a long-term study on Covid-19
patients discharged from the ICU, which will also conduct brain scans
as well as detailed cognitive tests on functions such as memory capacity.
And in Pittsburgh, through the Global Consortium Study of Neurological
Dysfunction in Covid-19, Sherry Chou, a neurologist at the University of
Pittsburgh, has coordinated scientists from 17 countries to collectively 
monitor the neurological symptoms of the pandemic , including through
brain scans.
(the brain scans may relate to the enzyme ‘Luciferase’, added to the vaccine ;
we saw in papers they use that to make brain scans
(who knows – to ‘see how much a person’s brain has been degenerated’,
read : is harmless…? , as some – real – vaccine passport ..?)
(above : the paper of the 17 countries we linked as [2] , below ;
quotes inthere : ‘to capture real-time neurological data’ ;
and [to study] ’30 and 90 day morality’                                                      – sic ! ;
… this is the paper mentioning how “neuro-Covid data have been sparse” ;
then making a link to a paper about the Spanish flu :
“in chronic EL (=the mentioned lethargy) was degeneration in the midbrain ,
especially of the oculomotor nuclei and the substantia nigra” ;
… see what we supposed 11 december !) ;
reading “investigators [….] have concluded that influenza was not associated
with the emergence of EL , [….] (et) it remains the case that roughly coincident
cases of influenza and EL were common” ;
why that is important – see below)

Although the virus’s impact on the lungs is the most immediate and terrifying
threat, the lasting impact on the nervous system be far larger and far more
devastating, says Chou.

“Even though neurological symptoms are less common in Covid-19 than lung
problems, recovery from neurological injuries is often incomplete and can take
much longer compared to other organ systems (for example, lung), and therefore
result in much greater overall disability, and possibly more death,” she says.
In France, Helms knows better than almost anyone how intense the neurological
impacts can be. We needed to delay her interview with the BBC after one of her
Covid-19 patients – who was discharged from the hospital two months ago,
but is still suffering from viral fatigue and severe depression – required urgent
consultation for suicidal risk. And that patient is not unique – she has seen many
people in similar states of distress.
(now comes the KICKER and the prophetic GOAL of the entire article ! ,)
“She is confused, she cannot walk, and she just wants to die, it’s really awful,”
says Helms. “She’s only 60, but she has said to me ‘Covid has killed me’ –
meaning it has killed her brain. She just doesn’t want anything more in life.
“This has been especially difficult because we don’t know how to prevent this
damage in the first place. We just don’t have any treatments that will prevent
any damage to the brain.”                                                           (after the jab – no.)
Patients experiencing lung failure can be put on a respirator, and kidneys
can be rescued with a dialysis machine – and, with some luck, both organs
will bounce back. But there is no dialysis machine for the brain.
[end of BBC article]
(closing comments :
did ANYONE in the olden times say ‘my life is empty’ after an epidemic ?
– ofcourse not : they manned up and continued ;
therefore Esau’s suggestioning refers to a theme HE introduces ;

we do NOT say that the spanish Flu was ‘caused by vaccinations’
– since 50 years previous to 1918 another major flu outbreak occurred ;
but we DO argue that the – minimum 65,000 counted cases – of people
suffering from EL are related to the simultaneous practice of inoculation :
and that the same concept is being re-used TODAY    —
mixing cause and consequence , to try conceal the overall goal)