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Greenmeadow

Interview tomorrow. Tue Jun 1, 9am PST  

Dr Kory with Bret Weinstien.

It should be good. Bret is a serious scientist. He is starting to see how science is being manipulated at the cost of our health.

It's a live broadcast - probably to try to get around censorship.

 

It was posted June 1 and removed Jun 12 by Youtube

Here it is on Bitchute

https://www.bitchute.com/video/qHjNQIynVb5O/

COVID, Ivermectin, and the Crime of the Century: DarkHorse Podcast with Pierre Kory & Bret Weinstein

 

 

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Ivermectin and the odds of hospitalization due to COVID-19: evidence from a quasi-experimental analysis based on a public intervention in Mexico City

 

 

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turiya
50 minutes ago, Greenmeadow said:

Covid is a disease of stages.

 

A parasitic worm also has stages.

Parasitic worms can be microscopic in size.

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1 hour ago, exocet5 said:

South African MD's & S.A veternarian on using veternary ivermectin on humans:

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aLWOUC7Z1VD60Fbm0rxvkOYl92LAEP0G6BSaNiDRD24/mobilebasic

 

Thank you for this, exo. I have sent it to all family and friends.

 

What evil scum are they that are trying to suppress it !

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9 hours ago, Greenmeadow said:

Notes:

This is a very long interview 2.5 hrs, in part, because they are being so careful to be clear and make well supported arguments.

Notes are not all in the order discussed. I left out pieces that were more about politics

See Dr Kory's site FLCC.net for treatment protocols, iveremctin plus other drugs

 

Iveremectin was discovered By Japanese scientist , Satoshi Moro, in the 70s

He was looking for substances that microbes in the soil make.

He found one on a Japanese golf course that made ivermectin.

He was then testing the substances against different pathogens and parasites in petrie dishes.

Iveremectin excelled against a parasites

 

There is a parasite in Africa that causes half the villagers to go blind by the time they are in their 40s

Ivermectin stopped it completely

A doctor won the Noble Peace prize for using ivermectin to treat and prevent parasites In Africa in 2012.

 

Iveremectin has been used for decades around the world

When its safety profile was tested it was listed as "extremely safe."

Iveremctin is known not to be harmful but is being forbidden or suppressed supposedly because of "ineffectiveness and risk."

Meanwhile newer drugs and vaccines without a long history of safety are being used instead because of "emergency"

 

One study compared African countries that use anti parasite treatments to those that did not.

Even if the anti parasite treatment was only 2x a year (in higher doses) those countries had almost zero Covid cases and deaths

The people that did the study saw a very strong signal early on but continued longer to get more data.

They found a near zero percent chance that the effect was coincidence.

 

Other countries like Peru and India have had different states take very different polices on iveremctin.

The same pattern continues.

States using ivermectin had low case rates and much lower hospitalization ( like 70% lower)

India has one state where the leader banned iveremctin and the protocol uses remdesivere.

They have out of control Covid.

Remdesivere is an anti viral. They are best used early before a lot of viral replication has happened. Used late they have very little effect.

Another Indian state, GOA, gave very resident over the age of 18, 5 doses of iveremectin. Covid has halted there.

 

Mexico used a test and treat method. Go in and get tested.

If you tested positive, with or without symptoms, you got 2 days of iveremectin, 4 pills

It dropped their hospital occupancy rate to 30%

 

The treatment for scabies is iveremctin.

If a nursing home has a scabies outbreak they treat everyone in the nursing home.

French nursing homes that had scabies outbreaks had almost zero Covid.

Enough that they were an extreme outlier compared to other French nursing homes.

 

A study done with high risk health care workers who were working with Coivid patients.

The 700 hundred workers who took Ivermectin 1 x wk had zero Covid infections

The 800 workers who did not take ivermectin had a 58% infection rate.

 

What iveremectin can do

Covid is a disease of stages.

Early it is aviral infection

Later it turns into severe inflammation.

Iveremctin works as a preventative

It works as an anti viral

It works as treatment and an anti inflammatory.

And it blocks spike proteins from binding to the cells

And it seems to work equally well on all the strains/variants of Covid.

It is "immensely helpful" with long haul Covid.

The FLCC has a long haul iveremcetin protocol. It will be up on the site in a week. FLCC.net

They are also having success using iveremectin for post vaccine problems. It binds to and neutralizes the spike proteins.

The patient serves as their own control mechanism.

It someone is sick for 8 months and were better after a week of iveremectin treatment= efficacy.

( It is a fucking miracle!)

 

Dr Kory uses aggressive corticosteroids to treat extremely inflamed lungs as well.

The NIH has finally added corticosteroids to the treatment protocol but in such low doses it will fail most patients.

The studies done to say steroid are minimally effective  used low doses.

Because the trial only tested low dose, that is why there is only one recommenced dose. They did not test higher doses.

There is an over reliance on evidence, studies, rather than expertise.

Front line experts do not have a voice at the table

Covid is acts more like an organizing pneumonia than a viral pneumonia.

Dr Kory is one of the top chest radiologist.

This is a non infectious organizing pneumonia - meaning the fluid on the lungs is caused by inflammation not the virus

The treatment for organism pneumonia has always been high dose steroids.

All the protocols are to have the patient fail so the push toward vaccination is successful.

They also have a string of new vaccinations using this new tech in the pipelines

 

Bret Weinstein : If the aim is herd immunity, we can use a three pronged approach

We do not need to just use vaccinations with an unknown risk profile

1) People who have gotten Covid and have antibodies are immune

2) People who have gotten the vaccine are supposed to be immune

3) People on iveremctin are immune

All could be used to stop Covid and the development of variants.

The people that argue the only way to get herd immunity  is with vaccines are incorrect

The WHO refusing to suggest iveremctin for the vaccine hesitant are contributing to not forming global herd immunity

 

They did talk a lot about censorship.

Also about centralizing standards of care rather than allowing front line doctors to use their clinical experience.

They carefully get into some speculation about why.

Iveremectin is off patent. Anyone can make it. No one will make huge amounts of money off it.

Remdesivere and the vaccines are big money makers - and the have proponents

Iveremctin has opponents and no big proponents.

 

Bret has an idea that if money is the issue that we should buy out the vaccine and drug companies that are profiting off the suppression of Ivermectin

Just like in a war effort you spend money to bomb a munitions factory

Dr Kory says it does feel like a war.

He says the military and WHO should have been doing all the research that his team of 5 doctors did. FLCC.net

They have all the studies . They have all the evidence.

 

They are very frustrated about the deaths that are occurring through the suppression of iveremectin.

Also Covid could be stopped in its tracks if iveremectin was prescribed globally.

By not stopping it, variants can develop and Covid will become a disease we live with forever.

 

The authoritarian control of thought in the US is out of control.

The issue of ivermectin is a sign of other problems

The US is lagging behind the rest of the world with ivermectin

Dr Kory gets torn to pieces when he speaks up. He is portrayed as a rabid doctor.

While everyone who trusts the Gods of Science assume that if iveremctin was valuable they would be told.

Dr Kory says when he talks to average people most have never heard of ivermectin

If a doctor wants to try it for their patients many hospitals will not allow its use or the pharmacy will not allow the prescription.

The papers that Dr Kory's group (FLCC) are writing are being used in other countries to create treatment protocols but not tin the US

Dr Kory did testify about iveremection and steroids before Congress - youtube took it down, as against community guidelines

 

They say that the vaccine efficacy in trials was comparing the unvaccinated to vaccinated.

Dr Kory says if you compared someone on iveremectin 1 x wk to vaccinated people that the iveremectin group would have higher efficacy.

Vaccine effectiveness craters in comparison to iveremctin

Vaccine long term risk is unknown

Iveremctin risk is known to be low.

 

The Emergency Use Authorization EUA for the vaccines is under the conditions of an emergency and there not being an effective alternative treatment

For the EUA to stand it is critical that iveremectin not be in the picture.

If big pharma invested millions in drugs and vaccines without knowing about iveremectin - it is a nasty surprise

Can big pharma acknowledge a bad bet and take the loss?

Can we buy them out to reduce risk to people?

 

Covid is unusual in ICU. Usually people develop a trajectory up or down

Covid patients seem to stabilize in very bad condition and not improve or die. They would be on ventilators for weeks.

 

Most diseases evolutionarily want to spread.

Malaria makes people lethargic so mosquitoes can bite them.

Disease usually effects one organ or has one set of symptoms

Covid seems all over the place in terms of organs effected and symptoms

Was this because of lab creation, passing through multiple organisms?

 

COVID, Ivermectin, and the Crime of the Century: DarkHorse Podcast with Pierre Kory & Bret Weinstein

 

Corrected link for FLCC.net appears to be https://covid19criticalcare.com/

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18 minutes ago, bbbshbuild said:

Hey@exocet5 and @Pneumo

 

Might one of ya briefly summarize, nothing fancy....for the google.doc challenged few. 

 

Here you go, @bbbshbuild. I made a pdf for everyone to share.

 

 

@exocet5

 

Hmmm...something not right. Let me work on it.

 

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11 minutes ago, Pneumo said:

 

Here you go, @bbbshbuild. I made a pdf for everyone to share.

 

 

@exocet5

 

Hmmm...something not right. Let me work on it.

 

 

Could somebody please try opening that pdf. It's doing weird shit on my laptop. Thanks.

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2 minutes ago, Pneumo said:

 

Could somebody please try opening that pdf. It's doing weird shit on my laptop. Thanks.

Opened fine here. 

 

Thanks 

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1 minute ago, bbbshbuild said:

Opened fine here. 

 

Thanks 

 

Good stuff. And you didn't end up in my laptop, I presume ?  :chuckle:

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Former CEO of Pfizer says there is no need for the vaccines because ivermectin treat any stage of Covid and reduce symptoms by 90%

 

 

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I was mentioning Ivermectin to Nadia so she sent this over the counter listing.

 

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Ivermectin for injection, 1%.

20ml bottle

150 rubles (about $2)

syringe and needle extra but those are over the counter too. 

 

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13 minutes ago, jdurand said:

I was mentioning Ivermectin to Nadia so she sent this over the counter listing.

 

e25d0117-4ca0-4ee0-8a66-a0f3a1a986e1.jpeg.fdaab1a56197c2f418b4ca02ac0373f9.jpeg  

 

Ivermectin for injection, 1%.

20ml bottle

150 rubles (about $2)

syringe and needle extra but those are over the counter too. 

 

Love the price!! I wonder why you can't ingest it orally vs injecting it. Of course the latter goes directly into the bloodstream, but I wouldn't have thought that was necessary for Ivermectin...

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1 hour ago, Marti said:

Love the price!! I wonder why you can't ingest it orally vs injecting it. Of course the latter goes directly into the bloodstream, but I wouldn't have thought that was necessary for Ivermectin...

Pneumo South African Instructions posted above mention taking injectionable Ivermectin orally. 

 

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5 hours ago, DDMc said:

Pneumo South African Instructions posted above mention taking injectionable Ivermectin orally. 

 

 

Correct, DD.

 

You are not injecting this subcutaneously, like you do on an animal. You are taking it orally.

 

The needle and syringe is just to get it out of the rubber capped vial, into a spoon or small bowl.

 

Full disclosure: I play the part of a brain surgeon in a TV series and as such, am not qualified to provide medical advice. :)

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On 6/3/2021 at 7:16 AM, Pneumo said:

 

Could somebody please try opening that pdf. It's doing weird shit on my laptop. Thanks.

Worked fine for me also

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simple simon

A trial with ivermectin that did not support the use of ivermectin for treatment of mild COVID-19

 

 

 

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#ivermectin is the new lab leak. Except this time, there is a straight line between social media shutting down that discussion, and the number of coffins ordered.

 

 

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