Bob F

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My tale has an interesting back-story as I actually believe that I experienced COVID prior to it officially hitting Australian shores.

In January 2020, I travelled back to the mainland from Tasmania on the ferry. I was extremely healthy and fit when I boarded and did not have a worry in the world about my health. Whilst on the ferry, I casually noticed that there was a large number of Chinese people on board. I was not bothered in any way by that, and I interacted with many of them during the trip in a friendly and very relaxed way. They seemed like delightful people.

Two days after getting back to the Victorian mainland I developed what I thought was a flu. I was not concerned and simply took some Panadol, some cough lollies and used some Vicks inhalers. These remedies had worked well for me in the past. After a week however, my symptoms continued to get worse, with a fever like I have never had before in my life. I was waking up in the middle of the night with such acute sweating that my bed was saturated. I was forced to get up and change the bedding. The body aches were also debilitating. This continued for about five nights and during the day I was constantly coughing and vomiting. I felt terribly tired and had trouble breathing.

I went to my local GP who said that I simply had the flu. She prescribed antibiotics which I queried because I was having difficulty breathing and my body felt very weak. I was still coughing and having trouble concentrating, especially when driving. After three weeks, the GP put me on a ventilation machine for a half hour. This did seem to help but I was still very ill. I was feeling so poorly that I began to worry that I may die from it due to my age. I was 71 at that time. I also worried that my wife, who has a heart condition, would get it.

By late February I was feeling a lot better, but my doctor remained confused about the nature of the ailment and why it had been so severe.
It disappeared suddenly, yet I still felt very weak for some time afterwards. I tried to return to my usual exercise program, but it took me some time to get back into it fully.

My typical workout prior to this flu usually included a 90-minute boxing type session starting with a few jumps and aerobic exercises, speed ball punching for eight two-minute bursts, then heavy bag punching for three two-minute bursts. I would follow this with an 8km walk or a run, which incorporated a few very steep hills. This would take about an hour.
Despite my age, I was a very fit person. After recovering from that unusually severe flu, it took a long while to get back to that routine, but I eventually got there.

As for my overall health, I do suffer from high blood pressure, although I have been told that it is probably hereditary from my mother. I suffered a minor angina attack in 2019 due to an artery being clogged and I had a stent inserted to rectify that. A mere week after that procedure, I was back in my gym working out as usual. I have never smoked a cigarette in my life, and hardly ever drank a beer more than once a week.

In March 2020 the COVID virus hit Australia and I suddenly had a ‘lightbulb’ moment.
What if the highly unusual ‘flu’ I had experienced, was actually an early case of COVID?
Perhaps that is a stretch, but it would explain the unusual and very extreme, unexplained flu that I experienced.

In late 2021 I wanted to travel to the UK to visit an extremely sick aunt. I was told that I could not travel unless I had two COVID vaccinations.
I was strongly against the vaccines due to the short period in which they had been developed. But I really needed to visit my aunt, so on 5 November 2021, I reluctantly had my first Moderna vaccination. I felt no ill effects from that, so I had the second on 3 December 2021. That would be sufficient to allow me to fly to the UK.

After the second vaccination my life turned completely upside down. I was so badly affected by the vaccines, that I lost all get up and go. I couldn’t be bothered exercising at all. I became lethargic, vomited frequently and could not keep food down. My ankles and legs swelled alarmingly and then the heart palpitations started.
I thought I was going to die.
I had pins and needles, and I became dizzy when I stood up. I had pains all through my body and couldn’t even put my socks on.

I had planned my UK trip to visit my aunt for February 2022. That is when her birthday was. But I was just in such terrible condition at that time, that there was no way I could travel. I was therefore forced to postpone the planned trip.

In June 2022, my family decided to spend some time together, so we all travelled to the Gold Coast and hooked up with additional family from Queensland to spend a week together.
At that time my entire body suddenly became inflamed and my legs were covered in large round unsightly blotches. I was forced to make excuses as to why I could not go swimming with the family, or even wear shorts. I saw my doctor about the blotches and inflammation, but he was confused by them and could not work out the cause. He prescribed topical creams but none of them helped at all. The heat on the Gold Coast, even in June, made my legs extremely uncomfortable. I was happy to get back to the coolness of Victoria.

After a few months, the rashes on my legs started to heal and I started to feel a little more energised. So  I decided to book my trip to the UK, as my aunt’s health was deteriorating rapidly and I needed to see her before she became worse. I re-booked for February 2023 and was all set to go.

In October 2022 I developed more rashes, this time on the right side of my face. I had blood tests and was diagnosed with shingles at the time. My GP prescribed antibiotics and creams to help, but nothing changed, so I begged him to give me a referral to a dermatologist. It took many weeks before I got to see the dermatologist, and in the meantime I decided to hide the rash by growing a beard.

The dermatologist prescribed some drugs but told me that it would not clear up until I had taken those pills for up to six months.
So, I was off to see my aunt with this terrible rash. It was somewhat hidden by the beard which looked awful, but it was still better than the rash. I spent three weeks in the UK and it was not ’til I returned to Australia in March 2023 that the rash finally cleared.

During this time I kept getting text messages from the local chemist encouraging me to get a further vaccine followed by a booster. However, there was no way that was going to happen!
Once I was back in Australia, I got back into exercise again. I was not the same however and I feel that I will never get back to what I had been only a year or two earlier.

I had a hiccup a couple of weeks ago, when I decided to get a flu vaccine. That one shot made me ill for three full days.
That is it for me now as far as vaccines go. Never again!!

My wife’s cardiologist told her not to ever take any vaccines. He became an activist against the handling of the virus by the government, and sadly lost his practice due to that stance.
When I told him I thought I had had the virus in 2020, he thought it was quite plausible. So, in 2022 he sent me to get a blood test to see if I had the COVID antibodies. He warned me however, to expect a negative result because the government did not want people avoiding the vaccines. He was spot on.

My view of all this is that the virus was released from China because the elites have decided the world is overcrowded.
I have been called a conspiracy theorist, mostly by people who just go with the flow and have not yet been affected by the vaccines.
But I say to them that ‘the clock is still ticking’ and that many people with that attitude who got vaccinated, are now dropping dead.
I believe that this virus will not be the last. There are more coming, but I hope that the governments will not be able to con the people again……….. or could they ?

Bob-F-Image.jpg

My tale has an interesting back-story as I actually believe that I experienced COVID prior to it officially hitting Australian shores.

In January 2020, I travelled back to the mainland from Tasmania on the ferry. I was extremely healthy and fit when I boarded and did not have a worry in the world about my health. Whilst on the ferry, I casually noticed that there was a large number of Chinese people on board. I was not bothered in any way by that, and I interacted with many of them during the trip in a friendly and very relaxed way. They seemed like delightful people.

Two days after getting back to the Victorian mainland I developed what I thought was a flu. I was not concerned and simply took some Panadol, some cough lollies and used some Vicks inhalers. These remedies had worked well for me in the past. After a week however, my symptoms continued to get worse, with a fever like I have never had before in my life. I was waking up in the middle of the night with such acute sweating that my bed was saturated. I was forced to get up and change the bedding. The body aches were also debilitating. This continued for about five nights and during the day I was constantly coughing and vomiting. I felt terribly tired and had trouble breathing.

I went to my local GP who said that I simply had the flu. She prescribed antibiotics which I queried because I was having difficulty breathing and my body felt very weak. I was still coughing and having trouble concentrating, especially when driving. After three weeks, the GP put me on a ventilation machine for a half hour. This did seem to help but I was still very ill. I was feeling so poorly that I began to worry that I may die from it due to my age. I was 71 at that time. I also worried that my wife, who has a heart condition, would get it.

By late February I was feeling a lot better, but my doctor remained confused about the nature of the ailment and why it had been so severe.
It disappeared suddenly, yet I still felt very weak for some time afterwards. I tried to return to my usual exercise program, but it took me some time to get back into it fully.

My typical workout prior to this flu usually included a 90-minute boxing type session starting with a few jumps and aerobic exercises, speed ball punching for eight two-minute bursts, then heavy bag punching for three two-minute bursts. I would follow this with an 8km walk or a run, which incorporated a few very steep hills. This would take about an hour.
Despite my age, I was a very fit person. After recovering from that unusually severe flu, it took a long while to get back to that routine, but I eventually got there.

As for my overall health, I do suffer from high blood pressure, although I have been told that it is probably hereditary from my mother. I suffered a minor angina attack in 2019 due to an artery being clogged and I had a stent inserted to rectify that. A mere week after that procedure, I was back in my gym working out as usual. I have never smoked a cigarette in my life, and hardly ever drank a beer more than once a week.

In March 2020 the COVID virus hit Australia and I suddenly had a ‘lightbulb’ moment.
What if the highly unusual ‘flu’ I had experienced, was actually an early case of COVID?
Perhaps that is a stretch, but it would explain the unusual and very extreme, unexplained flu that I experienced.

In late 2021 I wanted to travel to the UK to visit an extremely sick aunt. I was told that I could not travel unless I had two COVID vaccinations.
I was strongly against the vaccines due to the short period in which they had been developed. But I really needed to visit my aunt, so on 5 November 2021, I reluctantly had my first Moderna vaccination. I felt no ill effects from that, so I had the second on 3 December 2021. That would be sufficient to allow me to fly to the UK.

After the second vaccination my life turned completely upside down. I was so badly affected by the vaccines, that I lost all get up and go. I couldn’t be bothered exercising at all. I became lethargic, vomited frequently and could not keep food down. My ankles and legs swelled alarmingly and then the heart palpitations started.
I thought I was going to die.
I had pins and needles, and I became dizzy when I stood up. I had pains all through my body and couldn’t even put my socks on.

I had planned my UK trip to visit my aunt for February 2022. That is when her birthday was. But I was just in such terrible condition at that time, that there was no way I could travel. I was therefore forced to postpone the planned trip.

In June 2022, my family decided to spend some time together, so we all travelled to the Gold Coast and hooked up with additional family from Queensland to spend a week together.
At that time my entire body suddenly became inflamed and my legs were covered in large round unsightly blotches. I was forced to make excuses as to why I could not go swimming with the family, or even wear shorts. I saw my doctor about the blotches and inflammation, but he was confused by them and could not work out the cause. He prescribed topical creams but none of them helped at all. The heat on the Gold Coast, even in June, made my legs extremely uncomfortable. I was happy to get back to the coolness of Victoria.

After a few months, the rashes on my legs started to heal and I started to feel a little more energised. So  I decided to book my trip to the UK, as my aunt’s health was deteriorating rapidly and I needed to see her before she became worse. I re-booked for February 2023 and was all set to go.

In October 2022 I developed more rashes, this time on the right side of my face. I had blood tests and was diagnosed with shingles at the time. My GP prescribed antibiotics and creams to help, but nothing changed, so I begged him to give me a referral to a dermatologist. It took many weeks before I got to see the dermatologist, and in the meantime I decided to hide the rash by growing a beard.

The dermatologist prescribed some drugs but told me that it would not clear up until I had taken those pills for up to six months.
So, I was off to see my aunt with this terrible rash. It was somewhat hidden by the beard which looked awful, but it was still better than the rash. I spent three weeks in the UK and it was not ’til I returned to Australia in March 2023 that the rash finally cleared.

During this time I kept getting text messages from the local chemist encouraging me to get a further vaccine followed by a booster. However, there was no way that was going to happen!
Once I was back in Australia, I got back into exercise again. I was not the same however and I feel that I will never get back to what I had been only a year or two earlier.

I had a hiccup a couple of weeks ago, when I decided to get a flu vaccine. That one shot made me ill for three full days.
That is it for me now as far as vaccines go. Never again!!

My wife’s cardiologist told her not to ever take any vaccines. He became an activist against the handling of the virus by the government, and sadly lost his practice due to that stance.
When I told him I thought I had had the virus in 2020, he thought it was quite plausible. So, in 2022 he sent me to get a blood test to see if I had the COVID antibodies. He warned me however, to expect a negative result because the government did not want people avoiding the vaccines. He was spot on.

My view of all this is that the virus was released from China because the elites have decided the world is overcrowded.
I have been called a conspiracy theorist, mostly by people who just go with the flow and have not yet been affected by the vaccines.
But I say to them that ‘the clock is still ticking’ and that many people with that attitude who got vaccinated, are now dropping dead.
I believe that this virus will not be the last. There are more coming, but I hope that the governments will not be able to con the people again……….. or could they ?

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