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New study American Journal of Therapeutics: May/June 2021


Meta-analyses based on 18 randomized controlled treatment trials of ivermectin in COVID-19 have found large, statistically significant reductions in mortality, time to clinical recovery, and time to viral clearance.

Furthermore, results from numerous controlled prophylaxis trials report significantly reduced risks of contracting COVID-19 with the regular use of ivermectin.

Finally, the many examples of ivermectin distribution campaigns leading to rapid population-wide decreases in morbidity and mortality indicate that an oral agent effective in all phases of COVID-19 has been identified.

Review of the Emerging Evidence Demonstrating the Efficacy o... : American Journal of Therapeutics (lww.com)


BTW still not licenced for the treatment of covid in the UK I believe. Gotta give those expensive new vaccines a chance.

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YES, it was only ever govt, govt scientists and msm that were claiming otherwise.

Justin Hart @justin_hart

Latest CDC data on vaccinations and cases by age. Almost every single age group sees cases drop by 75% BEFORE they even get to 10% vaccinations. Something else is going on. Vaccinations are NOT the primary driver pushing cases down. (I suspect seasonality + natural immunity).







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In the UK roughly on average 30,000 die every year of acute respiratory disease (near all elderly with comorbidities), this winter they will again all be labelled covid and lockdowns and jabs will again be the 'solution' (and again it won't be).


Ben Kaufman @_benkaufman

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Continuing on the numbers theme. 120,000 UK covid deaths over 2 winter seasons so roughly 60,000 per season (19/20 and 20/21) is exceptionally high but not unheard of, similar numbers of acute respiratory deaths (mostly flu and pneumonia) occurred in 98/99, 99/00, 14/15, 16/17.

Then there is the problem of counting, average covid deaths age was 82, most 80 year olds have comorbidities, average of 3 by US studies, all of which cause physical impairments that contribute to death.

Very few covid deaths were covid alone and had only covid on the death cert. Many covid deaths were listed by positive test but many did not have symptoms, it is symptoms that contribute to physical impairment and death not a positive test.

2 counties in California audited their covid deaths, one reduced the total by 25% the other by 22%.

In a recent paper by Stanford professor John Ioannidis found over-counting covid deaths currently exists in several countries with intensive testing and/or incentives for C19 diagnoses (incentives included financial such as in the UK).

Western countries with intensive testing over-counted while counties with low test rates such as in Africa tended to under-count. 

Over- and under-estimation of COVID-19 deaths (springer.com)


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JCVI change their minds and say oh to hell with it, lets just vax all the kids as well, what could possibly go wrong?

😡😡everybody must get jabbed (current going rate is 3 jabs a year)

but I had covid - don't care.

but 90% of adults now have covid antibodies - don't care. 

but the young are at almost zero risk of covid - don't care.




Meanwhile, more slight of hand over the numbers from the Govt.

MHRA have decided to remove the elderly from the 'vaccine yellow card' register if they died after the vaccine but had comorbidities.

- Died from covid with comorbidities ✔️ counted.

- Died from vaccine with comorbidities  not counted.






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SAGE modellers predicted 100,000 cases a day if restrictions were lifted. Wrong again.

''over 1,200 so-called experts signed ‘the Declaration’ – cooked up by the same people behind the John Snow Memorandum – warning of the terrible effect easing coronavirus restrictions on July 19th would have. The Declaration originally took the form of a letter in the Lancet, published on July 7th, in which 120 self-described ‘scientists’, many of them members of Independent SAGE, described ‘Freedom Day’ as “dangerous and premature”. 

Have 1,200 Experts Ever Been Proved Wrong So Quickly? – The Daily Sceptic

The reality is that a lot of modern science has been corrupted and no longer works for enquiry but now works for pay masters with an agenda, entire scientific fields have become completely politicised and scientists themselves acting to shut down and deplatform differing opinion. The exact opposite as to what science is supposed to be about.

The start of the next flu season begins in a few months so all the BS will start all over again.





THIS is what living with the virus looks like. Sweden still has positive cases - 463/day - but its people are trusted & respected by the Government.
41% of the population is fully vaxxed with no lockdowns, divisive coercion, unvaxxed segregation or relentless campaign of fear.



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Not with-Covid excess deaths are now up to at least 56.6k as of 23 July. Still accumulating at around 3k per month.

''Dr Levinson is concerned that the damage done by the public policy response to Covid will be worse than that done by the virus itself''

"The public policy response to this illness has caused more harm than the illness itself" (telegraph.co.uk)


Meanwhile here's an interesting article from 2015 on what they called 'Leaky' vaccinations, explains the difference between 'safe' vaccines (mumps, measles, smallpox etc) where there is no risk of 'onward enhancement' and vaccines for other illnesses which can cause onward enhancement within the vaccinated leading to super mutants. Sounds familiar 🤔

Leaky Vaccines Enhance Spread of Deadlier Chicken Viruses (nationalgeographic.com)

(and why they should never come near humans until properly tested I would say)



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also in this story is the leaked Pfizer trail data story'

Twitter meanwhile suspended the account of former New York Times science correspondent Alex Berenson for sharing details of a Pfizer clinical trial with similar findings which completely obliterates the narrative of the political establishment.

According to Pfizer: “During the blinded, controlled period, 15 BNT162b2 and 14 placebo recipients died; during the open-label period, 3 BNT162b2 and 2 original placebo recipients who received BNT162b2 after unblinding died. None of these deaths were considered related to BNT162b2 by investigators.” It stated that the causes of death were balanced between BNT162b2 and placebo groups: 15 people who took the vaccine died and 14 people who took the placebo died.

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Public Health England estimate that a single dose of vaccine reduces symptomatic disease by only 35% against Delta.



SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and variants under investigation (publishing.service.gov.uk)


So you're probably looking at 3 vaccine shots a year for the rest of your life and oh, the Lambda variant is here.




Meanwhile DeSantis (Florida governor) tells Biden where to go.


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Just in case you missed it on the BBC haha.

The Massachusetts breakout of 'breakthrough' (vaccinated) cases (posted above from early last week

74% of 884 new cases vaxed, most were symptomatic and 7 hospitalised).


Latest from NBC Boston 7,737 fully vaxed cases, 400 hospitalised and 100 deaths.

Breakthrough COVID Cases Massachusetts: Delta Variant Symptoms – NBC Boston

(Antibody-Dependant Enhancement (ADE) - vax causing increased susceptibility to infection while also encouraging more harmful mutations.)




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datatosee.com @dontbetyet


PHE COVID deaths within 28 days of a positive test per 100k. I have added on the 15-19 age group, can you see it? Well no, it is very difficult to see the 0-59 age group let alone the 15-19 age group. The older ages are clearly visible.



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While many won't have much of a problem with digital IDs as such many are disturbed by the keenness to use covid as an opportunity to rush them in and a worry that the real driver is China's success at subduing the population with the bolt on 'social credit score system'. No more protests, no more 'conspiracies', no more spread of 'misinformation'. 


Richard Wellings @RichardWellings

The vaccine passports and digital IDs agenda is being coordinated "outside democracy" at the level of unaccountable transnational elites. This explains why different countries are imposing exactly the same policies, despite local resistance.

G20 countries to discuss digital identity and digital government | Biometric Update

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Developments coming thick and fast the last couple of weeks.

So the UK follows the US in releasing data showing the the viral load in new cases is the same for vaxed and unvaxed alike. This is to say the vaccine is offering no protection at all. It is not lowering risk of infection nor is it decreasing severity of symptoms. Viral load directly equates to symptom severity.

Even worse is that the vaxed are now at greater risk of infection (Massachusetts CDC study 74% of new cases were fully vaxed, US population 50% vaxed/unvaxed).

Though no one is reporting it yet these are signs of vaccine antibody dependant enhancement (ADE) which suppresses the natural immune system while encouraging super variants. Would have caught that in the animal studies but of course there weren't any.


The UK govt 'follows the science' by sacking scientists from their advisory panels who object to govt plans. ''SHOCKING: JCVI appear to have fired Robert Dingwall as didn’t do as ministers wanted…. perhaps why JCVI changed mind so fast, opposing voices silenced?'' Richard Tice.  ''Looks like the JCVI have removed 4 advisors who raised concerns about childhood vaccinations.'' Dan Astin-Gregory


The UK govt are telling people that the experimental vaccines are safe for pregnant women and children despite neither cohort being in the makers initial trials that gave them emergency use permission before long term trial are completed (2023). You see the problem there is that the word 'experimental' means that risk has not yet been fully assessed. So they can't be considered 'safe' and to say they are is govt misinformation. Procedures for testing vaccines were worked out in detail years ago after the horrific thalidomide vaccine disaster in the 1960s, there is no way to short cut them without increasing risk.


A few days ago Fauci was again squirming under senator questioning in the US when asked 'wasn't the spike protein on the Sars-CoV2 virus the same as the one engineered in the Wuhan lab a few years earlier by Dr She'. He couldn't answer saying he didn't understand the question, he's learnt not to deliberately straight out lie but knows he still enjoys the protection of Obama and Gates so he's safe enough just playing dumb. Notice too that no one is bothering to look for the supposed animal reservoir anymore.



Michael Levitt @MLevitt_NP2013


Do any of my favorite experts know why Sweden seems to have better immunity against COVID-19 than almost any other country, including Sweden’s Scandinavian neighbors? Is there a remote possibility that letting the virus spread naturally led to lasting natural herd immunity?



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This is the sort of stuff that should make everyone very angry. It's bad enough when they and the govt do it to adults but to children ffs. They should all be in jail, they are causing nothing but harm.

Independent SAGE deliberately stoking extreme and completely unwarranted fear and then exploiting that fear to promote the vax for kids.



Francis Hoar @Francis_Hoar


The only reason for a child to fear a disease milder (for children) than flu, that poses a risk for healthy children (1 in 2 million) less than lightning & for all children (1 in 0.5 m) less than drowning is fear-mongers like Ind. SAGE.

What a disgracefully exploitative video.

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'MASS PSYCHOSIS - How an Entire Population Becomes MENTALLY ILL'.

20 min vid, follow up to 'The Manufacturing of a Mass Psychosis - Can Sanity Return to an Insane World?'

How to achieve a totalitarian world (and how to prevent it).

Over half a million views in just a few days.


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A country finally wakes up - proposes to do what virologists said back in early 2020.

Protect the vulnerable and let those not at risk (most of the population) gain herd immunity.

Iceland, where 93% of the population 16 years of age or older are vaccinated, is experiencing its largest wave of Covid-19 yet.

But they already done the lockdowns, and the masks, and the vaccinations and were expected to go back to lockdowns.

BUT ...

''Stunning news from Iceland - among the world’s most vaccinated countries - today. Facing a huge new Covid outbreak that translates into ~100,000 new US cases a day, the country’s chief epidemiologist now says natural infection is the only way to reach herd immunity.''  Alex Berenson  @AlexBerenson







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'Sweden drops to 39th in world in Covid deaths per capita, as 99.86% of Swedes miraculously survive Covid19. "I don't even know anyone who got Covid," say some Swedes as 24/7 fear porn deluge enters 17th month abroad.'  Adam Creighton  @Adam_Creighton


Jonathan Engler  @jengleruk


Meanwhile, is NOBODY joining the dots? Stupid hysterical rules preventing a properly functioning health service - as exemplified by the below - is leading to this..... "NHS waiting lists could soar beyond 15 million in wake of pandemic, study warns."


Enough is enough @juniordoctorldn

There are 5 patients on my ward with a positive PCR test. Not a single one has symptoms (aka all admitted for other problems). The huge impact of this on room allocations/staffing/cleaning schedules/mealtimes/fear amongst staff is completely nonsensical and interruptive to care.



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A real scientist explains in court the reality of respiratory viruses, vaccines and ADE (antibody dependant enhancement, also known as antibody mediated viral enhancement) and the likely reason we're seeing a mid summer breakout amongst the vaccinated.

''More COVID facts the CDC & Biden Administration doesn't want you to hear.''

Must watch 7 min.


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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

A real scientist explains in court the reality of respiratory viruses, vaccines and ADE (antibody dependant enhancement, also known as antibody mediated viral enhancement) and the likely reason we're seeing a mid summer breakout amongst the vaccinated.

''More COVID facts the CDC & Biden Administration doesn't want you to hear.''

Must watch 7 min.


Who keeps **** coughing in this vid? lol

It's greatto see you're still going on this Casey, thogh it may be falling on deaf ears.

All evidence i have been privvy too over the years has disappeared from youtube etc.  The Globalist plan to unleash either a Virus, Terrorism, Food shortage, War, Migration or the Economy, or All of the Above, to create Global Change.

France seems to be under the spotlight as to what may come to be.

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All evidence i have been privvy too over the years has disappeared from youtube etc.

yes, if you look back through the 'covid and the economy' thread a lot of material made by professors and doctors has been removed from twitter and youtube because it was not the govt line (a movable feast anyway), censored just like 50s USSR and very few seemed to be aware or even care.

Anyway, these experimental vaccines are so safe the Australian Dept of Health has issued new guidelines to GPs on how to recognise and deal with vaccine blood clots.

Very useful information for everyone. What to look out for!

Vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia [VITT]

RACGP - DoH releases primary care guidelines for vaccine blood clots 

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5 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

yes, if you look back through the 'covid and the economy' thread a lot of material made by professors and doctors has been removed from twitter and youtube because it was not the govt line (a movable feast anyway), censored just like 50s USSR and very few seemed to be aware or even care.

Anyway, these experimental vaccines are so safe the Australian Dept of Health has issued new guidelines to GPs on how to recognise and deal with vaccine blood clots.

Very useful information for everyone. What to look out for!

Vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia [VITT]

RACGP - DoH releases primary care guidelines for vaccine blood clots 

Sorry, you've missed my point Casey.  I/we talked about this coming for years.

the evidence I'm talking about is about the happening of it, not the course since it emerged.  What I mean is, we knew it was coming.  It is Agenda Driven and Polital in nature.  It's not a mistake.

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''Preliminary data from EU statistics agency Eurostat compiled by Reuters showed Sweden had 7.7% more deaths in 2020 than its average for the preceding four years. Countries that opted for several periods of strict lockdowns, such as Spain and Belgium, had so-called excess mortality of 18.1% and 16.2% respectively.''


Sweden saw lower 2020 death spike than much of Europe - data | Reuters

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