A sociological look at COVID-19
The Thomas Theorem – If a situation is perceived as real it is real in its consequences (conversely if a situation is framed by monopoly media as having real consequences, it is individually and socially perceived as a real situation) – Sociologist W.I. Thomas
“There was only one catch and that was Catch 22, which specified that a concern for one’s safety in the face of dangers that were real and immediate was the process of a rational mind. ‘Orr’ was (psychiatrically declared) crazy and could be grounded (from flying bombing missions). All he had to do was ask (to be declared crazy); and as soon as he did, he would no longer be crazy and would have to fly more bombing missions. ‘”That’s some catch, that Catch-22,” he observed.
“It’s the best there is,” ‘Doc Daneeka’ agreed”.
There has been a controversy lately about court case ruling that physicians can still prescribe Ivermectin but the FDA ban on its use to treat the bugaboo COVID-19 remains. But is this a good thing or a bad thing? Those at one end of the social class continuum who are religious and of the Business Class tend to believe Ivermectin cures COVID-19 and those at the other end in the Knowledge Class and irreligious that it does not cure COVID and should be banned. An unasked question is does Ivermectin address the root cause of COVID-19 or is it merely a symptom-reducing palliative that accumulates more toxics and sets up patients for a fall? Moreover, if both Ivermectin and synthetic inoculations do not target the root cause, then shouldn’t this be disclosed?But by using reverse psychology and banning Ivermectin, did the FDA trick sick people into doing precisely what they wanted them to do: taking Ivermectin which is not a folk or homeopathic medicine but a pharmaceutical drug which is effective only against symptoms of so-called viruses but not the cause.
The bugaboo COVID-19 is a self-limiting or self-recovering disease with the same symptoms as seasonal influenza that is almost always resolved naturally without treatment or drugs by sleep, water, and fasting (99% recovery rate Claus Kohnlein, Virus Mania). Eleanor McBean, PhD, in her book The Poison Needle, also mentions calcium deficiency to neutralize acidity as a contributor to collapse or paralysis among patients during the 1918 Spanish Flu.
Those taking Ivermectin may think they have beat the FDA at its mandate game only to find out Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine are highly prone to deadly overdosage by nefarious practitioners and greedy hospitals (Steve Falconer, “Ivermectin”, video documentary, Bitchutecom and Jennifer Daniels, MD, The Lethal Dose: Why Your Doctor is Prescribing It). Moreover, because the toxins and rotting proteins causing the bugaboo COVID-19 or flu have not been removed as the body would naturally do without Ivermectin or inoculations, these body wastes are then impounded deeper in the body making it more prone to eventually causing cancers or heart disease (Tom Cowan, Breaking the Spell: The Scientific Evidence for Ending the COVID Delusion). The anti-parasite drug Ivermectin works for COVID-19, but only by paralyzing parasites, but does nothing to cleanse the body (colonics, enemas, saunas, magnesium baths, detoxes, etc. which drug companies cannot make money on).
Seasonal influenza and the bugaboo COVID-19 are one and the same and often overlap and becomes confused with parasite epidemics (see Stanley Weinberger, Parasites: An Epidemic in Disguise). Such parasite epidemics can occur when there is an in-migration of persons from traditional cultures where they eat with their hands (Pakistanis, Indians, or even Mexican Americans who eat tacos or burritos, instead of using utensils) or those who eat fast foods without forks. Such outbreaks need a fecal-oral route. It is estimated that sixty per cent of Americans have a parasite problem. But no such parasites as Amoebiasis (amoeba), Giardiasis (poop in food, water or surfaces) or Dientamoebiasis (protozoa) are airborne viruses. Parasites can be more easily acquired from a hot tub, elderly diapers in convalescent centers, pooper-scoopers, cat litter boxes or backyard chicken coops than from unlikely airborne exposure. Masks do nothing against parasites as people must eat.
Both the propaganda on the Right and Left, although both correct, are irrelevant. On the Left it is irrelevant that Ivermectin does not cure COVID-19 because neither does inoculation. On the Right it is irrelevant that Ivermectin can halt the symptoms of COVID-19 but does nothing to address the underlying cause and long-term susceptibility to serious disease.
COVID-19 Multiple Catch 22 Paradoxes – Concern for one’s safety in the face of perceived dangers of COVID-19, that were nonetheless magnified by media as real in their consequences, was socially framed as the process of a rational, non-crazy mind. Conversely, if one advocated Ivermectin to treat COVID-19 one was considered crazy. But if one took Ivermectin it is crazy because it suppresses real symptoms and does not address the causal buildup of toxins and dead proteins, until it manifests during the next flu season as a compounded “killer flu”: a self-fulfilling prophecy. Additionally, once sick, if one eats food instead of solely hydrating and fasting, one would be prone to self-triggering their own pneumonia. One could then be more easily convinced this never-experienced-before COVID-19 “virus” was a one-off bioweapon.
Thus, sociologically speaking, one still has partial freedom to pick their own poisons and one’s cooperation continues to be needed to bring about social contagion, sickness and hospitalized captivity. Adults usually associate illness recovery to medication. “The patient cannot see that he likely brought about his own recovery because he cannot admit that his (delusion) is responsible for his own illness”, as an actor in a bigger sociodrama of a mass pandemic that gives his life meaning and pushes out of consciousness the evil of the contrived COVID-19 crisis (Jane Roberts, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, 1981). The human body is a self-elimination and cleansing system and will often heal itself if not interfered with by medicine, foolishness or getting caught up in social drama.
As sociologist Peter Berger in his book The Social Construction of Reality, once wrote: “Society determines how long and in what manner the individual organism shall live” (Peter Berger the Social Construction of Reality). What Catch 22 portrays is how institutional imperatives, not disease per se, determines our life. To realize freedom one must first see the puppet strings of rules (Catch 22) that control us and how taking the sick or crazy role to avoid reality is not the only option to realizing disease is mostly under our own control.