In LewRockwell.com, Bill Sardi contemplates the effects of a world of people deficient in vitamin B1. He suggests that they would have symptoms very similar to COVID-19. He writes (abridged):
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.