I know that for the vast majority of people, the “science” being presented by policymakers about C-19 seems to make sense.
The information is coming through sources we’ve come to trust...perhaps until now.
We think our favourite media outlet has at least some understanding of the information they’re relaying.
But as I’ve shared HERE, that’s not necessarily the case.
Because, and I mean no disrespect, the vast majority of people are scientifically…challenged.
Including those in the media and politics.
And I include myself here.
I am comfortable in my right brain, able to grasp philosophical, ontological, and spiritual concepts with a certain level of ease.
But science? Math?
My left brain was asleep for most of my adult life.
If I didn’t have a self-interest (and even sometimes when I did), my eyes would glaze over.
Because of my own health issues these past several years, I begrudgingly began following health and energy experts on the leading edge of science.
I didn’t understand a lot of what they said, but I could, at least, take actionable steps out of the information.
The more I listened, the more I started to understand.
But in the past year, I’ve learned more about science than I did in all my years of formal education.
Because there's never been more at stake.
Among other things, I’ve learned that the vaccines created for C-19 are not FDA approved.
They have emergency use authorization (EUA).
This means that they had to demonstrate, among other criteria, that, “…there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives.”
They were allowed EUA based on faulty studies showing no effective alternatives.
There are mixed reviews on where vaccines land in a cost/benefit analysis.
If you’re in a vulnerable group, i.e. over 70, or have immune or other underlying health issues, the cost may be worth it.
But since those getting the vaccine are part of the clinical trial, the side effects and overall effectiveness is still largely unknown.
The main point here is that there are effective alternatives.
And you owe it to yourself and those you care about to read and listen to the information I’m about to share…
Depending on where you live in the world, Ivermectin is either a household name or cause for suspension of your social media account.
Despite massive effectiveness in a variety of countries around the world, Ivermectin is not only not being used in Canada, it isn't even being studied.
I would like to believe that the politicians pushing a costly and experimental vaccine and the pharmaceutical companies making them aren’t intentionally withholding an inexpensive, proven, life-saving treatment that is readily available in order to make money at the expense of millions of lives.
I would really like to believe that plain old fear and momentum have caused what Dr. Bret Weinstein calls “the crime of the century.”
In his podcast, DarkHorse, he interviews one of the most credible experts we have on this subject.
Dr. Pierre Kroy is not only a lung specialist, an ICU specialist, President of the FLCCC (Front Line Covid19 Critical Care Alliance), he is actually a pioneer in C-19 treatments.
And, he has testified before the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs urging the medical authorities to review the overwhelming data and issue guidelines for the use of Ivermectin as a “miracle drug” against C-19.
The video of his testimonial had 5 million views in 10 days - before YouTube deleted it.
Whatever is going on in the back rooms of government, the pharmaceutical industry, and big tech, you need to investigate for yourself.
Whatever you’ve heard about Ivermectin, you haven’t heard enough.
And if you haven’t heard Dr. Kroy speak about his research, his frontline experience, and his knowledge about Ivermectin usage around the world, you haven’t heard the whole story.
If you have any interest in protecting the vulnerable people in your life, you will want to hear at least part of this in-depth interview.
In this conversation you will learn…
How people who aren’t on the frontlines, who don’t see the disease day to day, are dictating treatment.
Why those on the ground should be flowing information to the NIH and other governing bodies, and not the other way around.
How Mexico “decimated covid” by deploying Ivermectin using a test and treat strategy.
About a South American study of healthcare workers who took Ivermectin prophylactically and how, “Nobody got covid in the 788 who took it weekly.” In the other (control) group 58% got sick.
How Ivermectin is doing “incredibly well” against all the variants.
The effective use of Ivermectin in areas around the world.
Here are just a few excerpts…
“It’s incorrect to say that [people] were dying of the virus. We knew relatively early on, by the time they get to the ICU and they’re that sick, there’s not a lot of viral replication going on. In fact, you can’t culture a virus after about day 7 or 8. And so it’s actually a disease of inflammation, not viral invasion.”
“Ivermectin…is one of the most common medicines in the world. ….It also won the Nobel prize because it essentially transformed the health status of huge portions of the globe….It’s been used now for 40 years, 40 billion doses. The WHO has administered mass distribution programs….it’s one of the greatest feats of a medicine in history.”
“I literally thought the pandemic was over. [In our paper on Ivermectin] we showed the basic science level, we showed multiple clinical trials, we showed the epidemiological effects. Everything was there to show that this is an intervention on the par with vaccines, that could literally extinguish the pandemic. And what happened? Crickets.”
“The claim that this is not good enough to act on, when people are dying? That is preposterous.”
“The fact that our public health agencies are basically limiting the choices and the treatments that they champion, and they’re literally excluding this one, they have failed in their goal of protecting global health of citizens…and I think will be a historic injustice to the world. I cannot believe that this is occurring.”
“I’ve never studied a medicine which has more evidence.”
“If you treat covid19 patients on first symptoms with Ivermectin, almost everybody gets better quickly.”
“You can’t find a doctor who has incorporated Ivermectin into their treatments, who will come back and say my patients didn’t get better. You can’t find that doctor.”
Q: “You believe in your heart of hearts that Ivermectin alone - and it is not the only tool at our disposal here - but Ivermectin alone is sufficient to end the pandemic if we deployed it widely enough and well enough?”
A: “There’s not even a question.”
[Note: the original posting of this blog had this link to the video on YouTube. It has now been censored and created a "2nd strike" against Bret Weinstein and his Dark Horse podcast.
I have downloaded it here for permanent access.]
Once again, these men of science disclose their liberal political leanings - because these days, science isn’t enough to prove you’re not a far right-wing conspiracy theorist.
I can't give you the answers, dear reader.
I’m encouraging you, imploring you, to please educate yourself before forming a closed opinion.
I'll end with a breath of encouraging, good news.
The India Bar Association has just recently served notice to the WHO Chief Scientist for “spreading disinformation and misguiding the people of India…” by ignoring the massive research showing the effectiveness of Ivermectin.
Read the article HERE.
You can read the press release directly from their website HERE.
You can also find out more about the FLCCC and download their C-19 prevention guidelines HERE.
Perhaps we are cursed to “live in interesting times.”
But what we do with these times could be anything.
Including the downfall of democracy or the birth of scientific literacy and uncensored health information.
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