Popular Post Onca Posted May 20, 2021 Popular Post Share Posted May 20, 2021 I'm in the control group not taking the "vaccine." Instead, I've chosen to take vitamin supplements and ivermectin. I tell my circle of people about this, and they fact check ivermectin, which has been blackballed by the powers that be. There is a lot of data showing the efficacy of ivermectin, particularly as a prophylactic, but even for long-haulers and ill patients. Pierre Kory, part of the FLCCC, is one of the people at the forefront working to get the word out. FLCCC's site: https://covid19criticalcare.com/ . Pierre Kory testified before the Senate. That video kept getting taken down from youtube, but now it's on vimeo: I just couldn't understand why this was happening, until I ran across this article: http://www.biznews.com/thought-leaders/2021/05/12/mailbox-ivermectin The article states: The international vaccine rollout under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) would legally have to be halted. For an EUA to be legal, “there must be no adequate, approved and available alternative to the candidate product for diagnosing, preventing or treating the disease or condition.” The vaccines would only become legal once they passed level 4 trials and that certainly won’t happen in 2021. After all, why introduce a drug that is cheap, so old its patent had expired, so safe that it’s on the WHO’s lists of Essential and Children’s Medicines, so extraordinary its developers won the Nobel Prize and so effective. In a study in Argentina, 58% of 407 healthcare workers who were not given ivermectin developed covid. None - 0% - of the 788 who took the ivermectin got covid. When I told a good friend of mine, who is fully vaccinated, she asked, "Do you think the people at the WHO, CDC, and so on are mass murders?" The question stopped me in my tracks. I have to wrap my head around that - which is hard to accept - but, it's percolating down. Christine, isis, painter and 8 others 7 1 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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