More Sweet News About Hydroxycholorquine

From the Journal of Diabetes Research, this systematic review study was submitted in August 2019 and recently published this February.

It shows a positive effect from the use of hydroxychloroquine on insulin and thereby, the reduction of hyperglycemia in diabetics, which has now been linked (at least preliminarily) to Covid19 severity of symptoms.

“Among the included clinical studies (six randomized control trials, five observational studies, and four cohort studies), about 55,776 study participants were involved. Most of these studies showed significant improvement of lipid profile and insulin levels and substantial diminution of hemoglobin A1c, fasting plasma glucose, and postprandial blood glucose levels. “

This paper describes the possible mechanism of HCQ.

This is likely the mechanism which is why HCQ is now being touted as the drug of choice in the treatment of Covid19.


Is Sweet 5G a Deadly Connection?


There is a lot of speculation out there right now about 5G and Covid19.

When I asked myself what could the connection be between the two I was stumped…why would only certain people get sick with Covid19, while others with the virus be symptom free within a 5G range?

A few days ago I watched an interview with Dr. Stephen Smith who has shown a rather disturbing connection between those who are either pre-diabetic, diabetic or obese, and the severity of Covid19.

This morning, over coffee with friends (at a safe distance), the question arose – could there be a connection between 5G and diabetes?

So, I went down that rabbit hole, and found there is hard, scientific evidence that wireless radiation elevates blood glucose in rats and humans.

The following 6 studies are by no means a comprehensive list of studies linking blood sugar increases to EMF.


Is this a possible connection to 5G rollout?

I don’t know…but, there is an apparent cause and effect here between EMF and elevated blood sugar, and also blood sugar and Covid19.

From – April 2, 2020 –

Diabetes is a chronic metabolic condition that causes high blood sugar levels. In general, infectious diseases such as COVID-19 are more serious in people with diabetes.

One reason for this is that the immune system does not work as well in people with diabetes, which makes it harder for their body to fight the virus. Also, the novel coronavirus “may thrive in an environment of elevated blood glucose.”

Diabetes also keeps the body in a low-level state of inflammation, which makes its healing response to any infection slower.

High blood sugar levels combined with a persistent state of inflammation makes it much more difficult for people with diabetes to recover from illnesses such as COVID-19.

Anyone with diabetes who notices symptoms of COVID-19 should speak to their doctor as soon as possible.”

Out of the Trenches…Hopefully Soon…

Canada out of trenches

April 9th, 2017 the Canadian Corps was ordered to seize Vimy Ridge.

“To capture this difficult position, the Canadians would carefully plan and rehearse their attack. To provide greater flexibility and firepower in battle, the infantry were given specialist roles as machine-gunners, rifle-men and grenade-throwers. These same soldiers underwent weeks of training behind the lines using models to represent the battlefield, and new maps crafted from aerial photographs to guide their way. To bring men forward safely for the assault, engineers dug deep tunnels from the rear to the front. Despite this training and preparation, the key to victory would be a devastating artillery barrage that would not only isolate enemy trenches, but provide a moving wall of high explosives and shrapnel to force the Germans to stay in their deep dugouts and away from their machine-guns. 

The Canadian operation was an important success, but it was victory at a heavy cost: 3,598 Canadians were killed and another 7,000 wounded.

In recently musing over the latest information available worldwide regarding the fight against Covid19, the Battle of Vimy Ridge came to mind, as it is perhaps a fitting analogy to how I believe the fight against the virus must be conducted.

It is becoming clearer, day by day, that treatments for the virus are now coming online and undergoing clinical trials with great preliminary results – Hydroxychlororquine, Zypak, zinc,    Avigan, etc.

In addition, it is also appearing that pre-existing conditions of obesity, pre-diabetes, diabetes are distant early warning signs of risk. Viruses love sugar, and high blood sugar.

So, here is what I would do if I was Trudeau.

Once I was given adequate proof that anti-viral treatments are in hand, I would put it to the populace that it is time to get out of the trenches and begin establishing herd immunity – the best defense and offense against the virus.

Those “wounded” in the assault would be treated with the anti-virals. Those who are “unfit for service” (e.g. diabetic, lung cancer, etc.) would be isolated until the battle is won. People would be given preventative advice on how to reduce their chances of being wounded.

To the date of this writing, 291 Canadians have died in this battle, 13,901 have been wounded, and 2,595 have recovered.

If we had stayed in the trenches in 1917, we would have eventually been overrun, not only by the enemy’s guns, but, ironically, one year later with influenza. We may have ended up in a substantially different world.

We should keep in mind that every year somewhere between 1500 and 3500 Canadians die of seasonal flu. Life can be cruel, and eventual death is certain.

An informed political decision to send people into the fray will need to be made, and, the sooner the better.

While it has arguably made sense to “stay in the trenches” while treatments were being found, it is getting close to the time where we must muster the courage to go over the hill and get back to the life, which our fellow Canadians died for 103 years ago, and, which we knew and enjoyed just a short month ago.





Sweet Deaths?

virus sweet

Obesity…Body Mass Index…Diabetes…Coronavirus…Flu Vaccination.

Dots to connect…

It now appears there are connections between Covid19, diabetes, obesity/BMI and flu shots.

DOT 1 – A report, by Doctor Stephen Smith indicates a connection between pre-diabetes, diabetes and obesity (BMI >30) and Covid19 outcomes. 

DOT 2 – Fatter = Longer. A 2018 study indicates that obese people shed viruses 1.5 times longer than non-obese people, thus increasing by 50% the time of transmission of a virus.

DOT 3 – “People with diabetes are considered to be at high risk for morbidity and mortality from influenza and pneumococcal disease, and are recommended to get a flu shot.

DOT 4 – Scientists have come to realize that flu vaccines are less effective for people who are overweight or obese. Considering that excess weight affects more than two-thirds of the U.S. adult population, that’s a significant shortcoming.

DOT 5 – A recent study has shown flu vaccine INCREASES risk of Covid19 by 36% in healthy people between the ages of 18 and 62. It is likely that number would be higher in unhealthy individuals.

DOT 6 – Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) reduces immune system response to viruses.

DOT 7 – Bacteria and viruses have a sweet tooth! … The great majority, around 80%, of these bacteria and viruses seek out the sugars on the surface of our cells. They then settle and start to attack the cell.


  1. Those who are pre-diabetic, diabetic or obese have a huge risk from Covid19, and, may make up the vast majority of severe cases.
  2. Those who are obese and contract Covid19 may be infectious for 1.5 times longer.
  3.  Diabetics or obese people who had a flu vaccine this year may have a 150% or greater chance of getting a serious case of Covid19.
  4. 2/3’s of the US population may prolong Covid19 due to their excess weight.
  5.  Those with high sugar consumption appear to be more susceptible to viruses.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is contained in Dr. Smith’s interview.

Crystal Balling CV

Crystal 2

I heard a saying once – “If you’re going to predict, predict often.”

Truer words were never spoken as evidenced over this past week with epidemiologist Neil Ferguson going from projecting 500,000 deaths in the UK, to 20,000, to something around 5,000.

I love math, so, I’m doing a little predicting myself, and will see if I have a better track record.

I approached my projections by subtracting 88% of Italy and Spain’s death rates (due to their admitted over-reporting) and 1/3 of the UK’s rates for similar reasons, from the total world death rates as reported on March 18th.

I then took the average increase of deaths worldwide over the following 10 days = 1.109397 increase daily.

Starting on March 28th, I have done the projections below (Note – I will be updating from time to time…it appears the numbers fluctuate somewhat, going up or down during a particular day. I am using the “Yesterday” figures from as final):

Date Projected Deaths Actual Deaths Multiplier
28 30,861 Increase Rate
29 34,237 34,065 1.1093
30 37,983 37,774 1.1093
31 42,138 42,309 1.1093
1 46,747 47,198 1.1093
2 51,861 53,167 1.1093
3 57,535 58,809 1.1093
4 63,829 64,688 1.1093
5 70,812 69,425 1.1093
6 78,558 74,654 1.1093
7 87,153 82,034 1.1093
8 96,687 88,460 1.1093
9 107,264 95,692 1.1093
10 118,998 102,687 1.1093
11 132,016 108,780 1.1093
12 146,459 114,197 1.1093
13 162,481 119,618 1.1093
14 180,256 126,601 1.1093
15 199,975 134,560 1.1093
16 221,852 1.1093
17 246,122 1.1093
18 273,047 1.1093
19 302,917 1.1093
20 336,055 1.1093
21 372,819 1.1093
22 413,604 1.1093
23 458,851 1.1093
24 509,048 1.1093
25 564,736 1.1093
26 626,517 1.1093
27 695,056 1.1093
28 771,093 1.1093
29 855,448 1.1093
30 949,031 1.1093
1 1,052,853 1.1093
2 1,168,031 1.1093
3 1,295,811 1.1093
4 1,437,568 1.1093
5 1,594,834 1.1093
6 1,769,304 1.1093
7 1,962,861 1.1093
8 2,177,592 1.1093
9 2,415,814 1.1093
10 2,680,097 1.1093


I have absolutely no idea how this prediction will stand up, but, I’ll update it as we go along.

There will be a turning point and it will be interesting to see how it will turn out.

Data from:

Post Script – April 2nd….had a thought…if the 1.1093 is at all accurate, and numbers don’t move up dramatically, are we just witnessing the natural course of end of life being played out and reported?

Take a look at this from April 1st….only 14 did not have underlying conditions.

NY April 1

April 2nd Report  18 – 1397