With globalists, led by the European-based World Economic Forum in what it calls is “The Great Reset,” scheming to contrive infectious disease pandemics, food, water and electricity shortages, and weather crises to coerce a one-world no-border government living under one digital currency upon humanity, with the hidden objective to reduce population size, they are so busy ushering in their tyranny they have missed a developing ecological catastrophe that could potentially eradicate most forms of life from the planet.
Something invisible is striking life forms dead all around the planet. This other pandemic, which has been ongoing, is a product of modern civilization.
- Inexplicably, thousands of fish began dying at the Coleman National fish Hatchery in Red Bluff, California, in early January 2020. The prospect of losing millions of fish became real. Other fish hatcheries began reporting a similar die off.
- Moose in Sweden also were found roaming aimlessly on railroad tracks, their nervous system having gone awry, and eventually dying, for no apparent reason.
- In August of 2020 4 million honey bees died off in Italy in just 48 hours in a “baffling phenomenon.” The bee die off may have something to do with sulfur-based fungicides used on crops. This unknown factor was forgotten in the archives of bee keeping.
- Just three years ago a stunned biologist in Sweden found a species of birds unable to fly, suffering paralysis, listless, uninterested in eating or mating. Investigators believe the die off of these birds is due to a missing micronutrient produced in phytoplankton, as part of their food chain.
How far back does this other pandemic go?
Over five decades ago pet dogs began to display mysterious symptoms. The dogs were well fed with a commercial dog chow. Then came unexplained muscle twitching and head movements with no response to light or sound. Blindness and hearing loss were observed. Soon the dogs were champing their jaws. They had a vacant appearance. At that time, veterinarians could only guess what struck these dogs. Eventually these dogs either succumbed naturally or were put down.
These canine deaths had something to do with their commercially made chow. Fifty years later veterinarians identified what the unconfirmed toxin was. Raw fish meal had been added to the dog chow and it contained thiaminase, a vitamin B1/thiamine-depleting enzyme.
This plague has also been observed in cats that lose their appetite, are lethargic, lose their sight and experience seizures. Again, the mysterious malady was traced back to commercially prepared cat food.
COVID coronavirus pandemic not as advertised
When I began to realize this COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic was not as advertised, and there had to be a reason why the first symptoms of COVID, unlike any other viral infection, involved the nervous system — loss of sense of smell and taste and abnormal heart rate and breathing issues, I suspected something other than a virus. This was something different.
COVID-19 produced all the same symptoms as beriberi, a vitamin B1/thiamine deficiency. But this wasn’t beriberi, which is a frank dietary deficiency. Modern populations have enough B1 in their diets and multivitamins. B1 just wasn’t getting absorbed, transported or utilized in the body.
When I read the consumption of alcohol at home had increased by 500% in the US, and that anxiety and fear was resulting in sleeplessness and people were drinking more coffee and tea as stimulants to stay awake, and people were also eating more sugary foods as lab rats do when they are experimentally stressed, I was able to put two-and-two together and realize these dietary changes all blocked an essential nutrient, thiamine/vitamin B1.
B1 is the nutrient that is essential for the autonomic nervous system that controls breathing, digestion, heart rate, and the immune system!
An alarming fact is that a frank vitamin B1 deficiency, called beriberi, may be misdiagnosed as a viral infection, pneumonia, sepsis or meningitis, and the patient may die before the correct diagnosis is made.
Many excess deaths were not COVID
In the period February 2020- February 2021 there have been 162,400 excess deaths not attributed to COVID-19. Suicide and drug overdose amounted to only a few excess deaths. What caused the other deaths? Said to be deaths of despair from alcohol abuse, in the end these deaths can be attributed to alcohol’s ability to deplete vitamin B1. Many of the 383,200-497,800 excess deaths attributed to COVID were actually caused by vitamin B1 shortages.
How prevalent was this B1 blockage disease prior to the March 2020 pandemic announcement?
Vulnerable asthmatic children fall victim to mysterious disease
In August of 2020, the same year in which the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic was announced, the Centers for Disease Control issued a warning over an outbreak of life-threatening acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), mostly occurring in children, most who had a history of asthma or wheezing. AFM produces symptoms of weakness in arms and legs, poor or absent reflexes, mental confusion, severe enough to result in hospitalization.
The first outbreak occurred in 2014 and was believed to be related to Enterovirus-68 infection.
Were the cases of Acute Flaccid Myelitis in these vulnerable children triggered by eating foods preserved with sulfites? Sulphur dioxide is known to cause vitamin B1 shortage in animals and humans.
Of interest, enteroviruses were implicated in Type I diabetes in 1979. Diabetes is controlled by B1. Modern medicine ignores this fact.
In veterinary medicine, a similar syndrome called polioencephalomalacia has been on the rise and is associated with high sulfur intake and altered thiamine B1 nutriture.
In these cases, it is not the lack of thiamine in the diet but blockage of its absorption or degradation of the vitamin in the gut.
Sulfur vitamin depletion
A North Carolina farmer tracked deaths in his herd of cattle to sulfur that was added to the grain that he fed his cattle. Bacteria in the first stomach (rumen) of these animals produces thiaminase, an enzyme that degrades vitamin B1/thiamine.
Then again, the same problem was observed in cattle and sheep in Australia. The animals had difficulty eating, drinking or moving. Seizures occurred. The animals held their head in an unusual position. The outbreak of what was called POLIOENCEPHALOMALACIA occurred among herds given high carbohydrate diets that produced the deadly thiaminase enzyme.
Polioencephalomalacia has no relationship with the poliomyelitis virus that strikes humans. It has to do with the sulfur-rich turnips, mustard and cruciferous vegetables animals forage after, plants that are high in sulfur. Diets that are low in fiber are of concern. These animals are totally dependent upon thiamine (vitamin B1) being produced internally, within their rumen, the first stomach of these animals.
Farm animals that are given a drug (amprolium) to prevent coccidiosis (a protozoan infection) that competes with thiamine for uptake into the brain, show signs of neurological impairment.
Do viruses increase the need for vitamin B1/thiamine?
It is possible that many viruses interfere with thiamine nutriture. The feline leukemia virus inhibits thiamine utilization, possibly via the alteration of two vitamin B1 transporters (THTR1 and THTR2), a problem that could be remedied by the addition of vitamin B1 to cat food.
Does coronavirus increase the need for thiamine/B1?
Just maybe, COVID-19 coronavirus increases the need for thiamine/B1. Thiamine is now part of the protocol to treat COViD-19 in intensive care units. In one study thiamine, not known as an antiviral or antibacterial, reduced in-hospital mortality by 63% and were far less likely to have life-threatening blood clots. B1 is now considered a
super-antibiotic when given intravenously.
But maybe patients who don’t respond to treatment have a different form of B1-related disease.
B1 made internally
It was once thought that B vitamins were obtained only from the diet and supplements. It is now known that this is not the case and intestinal bacteria also are an important source of B vitamins.
Two dominant families of bacteria are the Bacteroidetes and the firmicutes. Bacteroidetes family of bacteria are associated with lower viral count in feces samples. It may not be a coincidence that Bacteroidetes family of gut bacteria internally produce vitamin B1.
- Bacteroides fragilis
- Prevotella copri
- Lactobacillus casei, plantarum, curvatus
- Ruminococcus lactaris
- Bifidobacter infantis, bifidum
While most of these bacteria above are not commercially available, NATREN does offer Bifidobacter infantis.
Just maybe, the hospitalized patients who don’t respond to vitamin B1/thiamine treatment have the wrong bacteria in their digestive tract. The composition of gut bacteria reflects the severity of COVID-19 disease. Maybe probiotics are in order in the ICU and for home care.
Vitamin D too
Vitamin D is another nutrient that physicians utilize in their COVID-19 treatment protocol. It is not surprising to learn that vitamin D deficiency has been linked with gut dysbiosis and inflammation – unhealthy bacteria in the digestive tract. Vitamin D supplementation increases gut bacteria diversity (strains of bacteria), elevating the ratio of Bacteroidetes over Firmicutes family. This may be meaningful clinically. For example, autistic children exhibit lower vitamin B1-producing Prevotella counts.
The sulfur problem
Yet another hindrance to vitamin B1 nutriture is sulfur, or more specifically sulfite preservatives.
Many drugs used in the hospital ICU contain sulfites and may interfere with vitamin B1. The list is long and includes insulin, heparin (a blood thinner), gentamycin (antibiotic), epinephrine (allergy), amiodarone (heart rhythm), dexamethasone (pain).
The accepted daily safe intake of sulfites for adults is 0.70 milligrams of sulfur dioxide per kilogram of body weight or about 50 milligrams of sulfur dioxide for a 155-lb (70 kilogram) adult. It is reported that the US population consumes no more than 10-15 milligrams of sulfur dioxide per day per capita.
Sulfites in foods
Some asthmatics have severe asthma symptoms when exposed to sulfites in foods and beverages.
Sulfites are very high in dried fruits (prunes, raisins), bottled lemon, lime, grape juice, wine, molasses, sauerkraut, Maraschino cherries, frozen potatoes, fresh mushrooms, imported sausage, dehydrated vegetables.
When thiamine/B1 supplements are not enough
Supplementing the diet with thiamine is not enough to overcome the adverse effects of sulfite preservatives in animals. This is probably true for humans too. Preservatives in food suppress T-helper cells in the immune system.
Sulfite is also made internally and some converts to sulfate, which is beneficial.
The trace mineral molybdenum converts sulfite to sulfate. Red cabbage and buckwheat are known for their molybdenum content.
Bacterial overgrowth activates hydrogen sulfide gas
People with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth experience constant production of hydrogen sulfide gas. Hydrogen sulfide is a gas with a sulfur-like odor. People passing gas that smells like rotten eggs are very familiar with this.
Sulfate-producing bacteria combined with dietary sulfur sources (sulfite, sulfate) can convert to hydrogen sulfide gas. Sulfide reduces thiamine in white blood cells. Thiamine supplementation has been shown to protect animals against sulfide toxicity.
The garlic contradiction
A seeming contradiction is that garlic transiently raises hydrogen sulfide gas levels which in turn activates dilation (widening) of blood vessels and thus improves blood circulation. As a semi-toxic gas, its transience limits any potential damage while activating the body’s internal enzymatic antioxidant defenses (glutathione, catalase, superoxide dismutase).
Distribution of B1
Thiamine/vitamin B1 circulates in the blood, primarily (80%) in red blood cells, and is delivered to cells that have high energy demands in the brain, liver, pancreas, heart and muscles.
Thiamine is required to produce cell energy in the form of adeno triphosphate.
Doomed to be deficient
Look at all the anti-vitamin B1/thiamine factors:
When one considers all of the factors that can deplete thiamine…
-Thiamine-degrading gut bacteria,
-Low-stomach acid that impairs absorption of thiamine
-Medicines that interfere with thiamine,
-Diuretics that wash out thiamine,
-Antacids that reduce acidity and therefore absorption of thiamine
-Exposure to sulfite preservatives in foods,
-Raw uncooked fish or shellfish that contain thiamine-depleting thiaminase,
-Sulfur-based animal feed
-Highly refined carbohydrate/sugar diets,
-Molecules in coffee, tea and wine and beer that reduce vitamin B1 blood levels,
…. it is a wonder why the Food & Nutrition Board only recommends adults consume 1.1-1.2 milligrams of this essential vitamin for females and males respectively, and just 200 micrograms for infants and 1.5 milligrams during pregnancy. This dooms a large percentage of the population into mistakenly thinking their multivitamin that provides 100% of the Daily Value for thiamine is adequate to maintain health.
Living on the edge of a worldwide man-made disaster
The World Health Organization (WHO) has written a bulletin concerning “major emergencies” emanating from thiamine deficiency. WHO knows a shortage of thiamine can kill. But WHO presumes thiamine deficiency is a disease of malnutrition in third-world countries. In modern society beriberi is high-calorie malnutrition, a term coined by Dr. Derrick Lonsdale.
Modern society has been flirting with disaster with its overly processed foods, high calorie carbohydrate-rich diets, its sulfite food preservatives and drugs, its thiamine-depleting prescription antibiotics, its removal of B1-rich bran from grains, its thiamine-depleting diuretic and antacid drugs, combined with overconsumption of polyphenols in stimulants like coffee and tea and alcohol that interfere with thiamine absorption, transport and utilization.
Global warning, not global warming
Now the global warming crowd has another seemingly altruistic idea how to keep the planet from over-heating that will, if implemented, surely backfire into the greatest man-made catastrophe ever.
The idea is to take a fleet of 100 planes and fly 4,000 worldwide missions per year to spread tiny sulfate particles into the lower stratosphere and help shield the earth from just enough sunlight to keep temperatures low.
When Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted in 1991 it spewed 20,000 tons of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere and the earth’s temperature dropped by approximately 1-degree Fahrenheit, an effect that lasted a couple of years.
In an attempt to head off an imagined climate disaster via solar geoengineering, the addition of 5 million tons of sulfur dioxide to the stratosphere annually for 50 years might threaten virtually every life form on the planet.
Sulfur-based aerosols have a short life of about 1-2 years in the atmosphere so it is not like it couldn’t be halted and reversed rapidly, but how much life would remain on this planet?
Bombard the stratosphere
Interfering with life-giving vitamin B1/thiamine via global bombardment of sulfur into the atmosphere is a misdirection beyond comprehension. The authors of a Wired.com news report entitled How Engineering Earth’s Climate Could Seriously Imperil Life don’t even realize their misdirection. Humans already burn sulfur-rich fossil fuels into the air to generate electricity, making the world an environmental powder keg for reasons green/climate change organizations are oblivious to.
Is carbon dioxide the enemy?
By the way, the climate change crowd dreads carbon dioxide (CO2) which represents just 0.0407% of the atmosphere, while nitrogen 78.084% and oxygen 20.946%, represent the greatest percentage of the air we breathe, according to NASA.
The Vitamin B1 endemic
Inasmuch as alcohol, coffee, tea and sulfites are pervasive and gut bacteria is overrun by Candida yeast from refined sugar consumption, this modern-day plague is endemic. It has already spread to the far reaches of the planet. Lockdowns and social distancing are exercises are futile.
A modern-day survival kit had better include vitamin B1 pills. The modern world is a dangerous place to navigate without vitamin B1. B1 works better when accompanied by magnesium.
The globalist agenda
Ironically, while the world hunts down a man-made virus that serves their globalist agenda to control the world via vaccine mandates, a shortage of the very first vitamin that was discovered in 1910 and synthesized and commercialized in 1936, has yet to be overcome.
The world is intentionally distracted by contrived globalist crises. A real crisis of far greater magnitude grows outside of the cognizance of world leaders and the so-called environmentally protectionist climate-change/global- warming crowd.