Covid Cure: Ivermectin upheld in court

The statement

“Ralph Lorigo is the lawyer who now has won three court orders forcing New York hospitals to administer Ivermectin to dying patients. Incredibly, these three hospitals and their lawyers fought against the patients, arguing they did not have the right to receive the drug despite a valid prescription written by their doctors. In essence, the argument was that they did not have the right to try a potentially life-saving medication.

In each of the three cases, the New York State Supreme Court Justices sided with the patient, and in each of the three cases, the patients made near-miraculous recoveries after the Ivermectin was given. In each case, these patients were in the Intensive Care Unit on ventilators, unable to breathe on their own, and universally, after the drug was given, they rapidly improved and were able to breathe on their own.”

The source

Justus R Hope, MD, writing in The Desert Review, 19 April 2021

My take on it

If you had never heard of Ivermectin before you read this article, it alone should suffice to alert you that the official narrative is suspect, and that powerful forces are behind that narrative.

Dr Hope mentions that some commentators have chosen to ridicule Ivermection by categorising it purely as a treatment for animals. Sadly some panelists on the ABC’s Insiders program have done exactly that, speaking of it as ‘discredited’. Truth is the first casualty of war. But at what cost is such a lie perpetuated?

Mandatory masks: “a depraved act of violence”

The Statement

“Being forced to rebreathe your own exhaled air is no different in principle to being made to consume your own pee, scat, or puke. It’s one thing to do it as a voluntary act in a private fetish context (each to their own, live and let live); but is a depraved act of violence when enforced by the state and corporations under duress.”

The Source

Martin Geddes, Martin Geddes Channel on Telegram, 7 May 2021

My take on it

Not everyone is so gifted at both thinking and writing.

For more, may I recommend Open Your Mind to Change, by the same author?

Lockdown: Ineffectual, says the evidence

The statement

“Here are the 25 most stringent lockdown states graphed against the 25 least stringent; there must be a radical different between the two groups, right?
Shouldn’t those hospitalization numbers be wildly different? And yet you can’t even tell them apart.”

The source

Eric @IAmTheActualET on Twitter, cited by Dr Tom Woods

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My take on it

As a measure, ‘Hospitalisations’ has much to commend it, although the evidence suggests that it has been compromised by mis-attribution.   We can only hope that the mis-attribution was balanced between the two quotients.

As for the implication, I am already persuaded.

How about you?  What would it take?

Was it Benjamin Franklin who said, “A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still.”

So I’ll sign off with that ad line from Hyundai:  “Please consider.”

Is Covid the cure for the flu ?

The statement

“Flu has disappeared worldwide during the COVID pandemic.

Since the novel coronavirus began its global spread, influenza cases reported to the World Health Organization have dropped to minuscule levels. The reason, epidemiologists think, is that the public health measures taken to keep the coronavirus from spreading also stop the flu. Influenza viruses are transmitted in much the same way as SARS-CoV-2, but they are less effective at jumping from host to host.

As Scientific American reported last fall, the drop-off in flu numbers was both swift and universal. Since then, cases have stayed remarkably low. “There’s just no flu circulating,” says Greg Poland, who has studied the disease at the Mayo Clinic for decades. The U.S. saw about 600 deaths from influenza during the 2020-2021 flu season. In comparison, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated there were roughly 22,000 deaths in the prior season and 34,000 two seasons ago.

The author goes on to explain (probably laughing all the time) that the treatments for Covid are working remarkably well against flu and influenza. Of course, the main treatment is the quarantine, masks, and “social distancing.” The jab has only come recently and is only serving to spread disease, as they discovered in India.

The article goes on to say,

Public health experts are grateful for the reprieve. Some are also worried about a lost immune response, however. If influenza subsides for several years, today’s toddlers could miss a chance to have an early-age response imprinted on their immune system. That could be good or bad, depending on what strains circulate during the rest of their life. 

More laughs! They are more worried that Pfizer might not sell as many vax’s. Their profits might drop by billions of dollars. It used to be that children got immunity by exposing themselves to certain diseases, such as chicken pox. But that was too cheap.

According to Dr. Jim Willie, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently published a chart showing how flu cases have dropped dramatically in the 2020-2021 flu season (winter).

Was this due to the masks and social distancing? Hardly. If that had worked, then it would have worked equally well on Covid-19 cases. More likely, it worked because flu and influenza were being labelled as Covid-19, along with a multitude of other conditions such as heart attacks, car accidents, shark attacks, and old age.”

The Source

Scientific American, 29 April 2021


as discussed by Dr Stephen Jones

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My take on it

Here’s a complementary picture, from the same (WHO) source:

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The official explanations as given in Scientific American strike me as ludicrous.

One could theorise that the people who would otherwise have succumbed to the flu, during that period, succumbed instead to the Covid virus, simply because it got there first.   That theory doesn’t appeal to me either.

The most logical explanation, as Dr Jones says, is mis-attribution.  And what I have read supports that thesis, precisely because the WHO and other actors evidently encouraged it.