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85.7% of Covid Deaths in Canada Were Among the Multi-Vaxed from Aug to Sept of 2022. Jabbing 85% of the Population Didn't Reduce Deaths


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On 4/21/2024 at 4:15 AM, Venandi said:

...what if this gets exponentially worse over time? What if it just continues in a linear manner?

That's the million dollar question.

We don't know.  And the scientists and researchers who are trying to find out how bad it is, so that we can work on finding help for people, are continually being shot down and silenced by media, gov't, Big Pharma and their useful idjits like the ones here, who are against finding out.

What we do know - excess deaths in highly vaxxed countries are far more than covid deaths ever were and this is being ignored.  The #1 reason for death in Alberta is "unknown cause".

We do know the spike and the LNPs are settling primarily in the ovaries and testes.  What that means for future generation's fertility, time will tell.  But it's likely not good.

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1 minute ago, Goddess said:

That's the million dollar question.

We don't know. 

  What that means for future generation's fertility, time will tell.  But it's likely not good.

Hey - maybe it'll turn out to be one of those really positive and wonderful hidden medical side effects, because that happens!  Like maybe the next generation of babies will be born with super powers.

- how the left hopes this works.

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1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

And? Do you think any of those dead people got better since then?  :) 

No, but that doesn't make this chart you buffoonishly posted any more relevant.  

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You're posting figures from the first two months of the pandemic, from the ground-zero states.  Using updated numbers, this chart loses all validity.  The Red States (even the sparsely populated ones) did a great job catching up to NY, NJ and CT, and in many cases surpassed them!  Shout out to the Bubbas!

1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

It very clearly shows the impact of population density.  And it mentions what experts thought about that and why it was a factor.

Yes, it was a factor.  It was one factor, among many.  It does not explain why US COVID outcomes were so poor compared to the rest of the world, as you attempted.  US COVID outcomes were terrible across the board, adjusted for population density, and there's an exhaustive list of the most densely populated countries in the world doing much better.  

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ExFlyer, I'm sure you think by putting the HAHAHA emoji on everything I post, that you are somehow "getting to me".

You're not.

I kind of think of you as the mental patient sitting in the corner, rocking and giggling, too unintelligent to understand what's going on around him.

I know you do it for attention and acknowledgment.

Consider yourself "acknowledged."

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On 4/20/2024 at 3:42 PM, CdnFox said:

ROFLMAO!!!! The only one ranting here kiddo is  you :)  Everyone can practically hear you drooling and foaming from here :) 

ExF and Moonie always remind me of those annoying kids who run around screaming and yelling and knocking shit over: "Everyone pay attention to Meeeeeeee!"  while adults are trying to have a conversation.

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unlike most.. the louder someone is.. the less I trust them or take them seriously. The pandemic taught me just how desperately seek affirmation. I got vaxxed but unless you live with me, you would never have known. LIkewise.. i could not care less if you got the jab or not. Folks posting their views on Facebook repeatedly I found to be immature. They are free to say it but I can and did unfriend or unfollow those who harped on it. 

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45 minutes ago, Goddess said:

ExF and Moonie always remind me of those annoying kids who run around screaming and yelling and knocking shit over: "Everyone pay attention to Meeeeeeee!"  while adults are trying to have a conversation.

Do you need to speak to the manager, Karen?  

It's always a good laugh to see you pretending you're the adult here.  😆

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47 minutes ago, Goddess said:

Consider yourself "acknowledged."

You, too, Moonie.

When studies are posted that show the spike/LNPs in the ovaries and testes and adults discuss the possible implications of toxins navigating their way to human reproductive organs, you two HAHAHA'ing about it, makes me pity you.

It must be hard going through life without the intelligence to comprehend the implications of things like that.

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2 minutes ago, Goddess said:

It must be hard going through life without the intelligence to comprehend the implications of things like that.

It must be hard to have spent the last several years angrily shouting at people, whilst getting laughed at.  

I have the intelligence to understand that the scientific and medical consensus is worth more than the bitter ranting of buffoons doing their own research on Facebook etc.  

You're a real Karen's Karen.  

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1 hour ago, Moonbox said:

You're posting figures from the first two months of the pandemic, from the ground-zero states.  Using updated numbers, this chart loses all validity. 

Sigh. No it doesn't. you're just not very bright.  The charts show clearly the difference between a very densely populated area and less densely populated.  It explains why the states had a higher death rate.  AND - in case you weren't paying attention - those numbers didn't go away later, the us started off much higher than us so of course it remained much higher even if it got closer over time.   Do i need to explain math to you again?

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The Red States (even the sparsely populated ones) did a great job catching up to NY, NJ and CT, and in many cases surpassed them!  Shout out to the Bubbas!

Cite.   Once again you provide no data.  You never do.  And when you do it usually proves ME right so i guess i understand why you're reluctant :)

1 hour ago, Moonbox said:

Yes, it was a factor.  It was one factor, among many.

ROFLMAO - once again you flip flop mid post :)

It was a major factor.  I already said it wasn't the only one.  But it was a very major factor. They got off to a bad start in major metros and due to their high population density they racked up an impressive kill ratio.

When there was no 'wave' then the us was about the same as everyone else. When they had a 'wave' their high population density areas tended to do VERY badly and they spiked much higher in deaths than other places.

You and eyeball were wrong - you lied - you still havent' posted any numbers or hard data and you're still a complete loser :) 

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1 hour ago, Goddess said:

ExF and Moonie always remind me of those annoying kids who run around screaming and yelling and knocking shit over: "Everyone pay attention to Meeeeeeee!"  while adults are trying to have a conversation.

LOL yeah :)

 Well, exflyer just gets mad when you point out he's wrong and flails around but the problem with Moonie is that he prides himself on being (what he believes is) smart, and he always comes up looking a little stupid when we 'fight'. 

That leads  him to try to pick fights all the time and because he's more focused on 'the fight' rather than good arguments he tends ot paint himself into a corer pretty fast.

 

47 minutes ago, Moonbox said:

Do you need to speak to the manager, Karen?  

It's always a good laugh to see you pretending you're the adult here.  😆

Uh oh - Hissy fit time :)

 

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33 minutes ago, Moonbox said:

It must be hard to have spent the last several years angrily shouting at people, whilst getting laughed at.  

 

Gets easier when the research proves you were right all along i would imagine :)

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I have the intelligence to understand that the scientific and medical consensus is worth more than the bitter ranting of buffoons doing their own research on Facebook etc. 

BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAAAHA!!!!!  Dude you don't have the intelligence to keep your opinion straight for a whole post without flip flopping :)

As has been well demonstrated over a few threads now, most of what the 'anti vaxxers' said was correct.  There are serious dangers with the vaccines which for a pretty wide range of people grossly outweighs the risk of covid.  Lockdowns DID tend to do more harm than good. The virus WAS most likely developed in a lab.  Masks did very little to help.

All the stuff the 'crazy people' were saying turned out to be accurate

So.  How's it feel having people laugh at you? LOL!!

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Stop me if any of this starts to sound familiar. 😄

It's 1918, and the Spanish Flu seems to be killing otherwise young and healthy people (especially soldiers) in a matter of days. They would be a bit sick, then suddenly die of massive organ failure and “wet hemorrhagic lungs.” The progression was incredibly fast, seemingly irreversible, and was stacking people who really ought to have been low risk in mortuaries like cordwood.  If it could do this to a soldier in his prime in a matter of days, every last one of us should be terrified.

But did you know......?  There is actually quite a lot of convincing evidence that many of the “young, healthy deaths” of Spanish Flu were iatrogenic?

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Iatrogenic death is when the doctor kills you. And there is a long and unpleasant history on that one - from Benjamin Rush bleeding George Washington to death, to killing “witchy” cats to stop a plague carried by the fleas of the very rats they were eating, to (and especially) new “wonder drugs” that are poorly understood but that rapidly go into widespread use.

And one of those drugs - during the time of the Spanish Flu - was aspirin.

Aspirin had just come into widespread availability in 1918.  And Bayer was rushing it to market for the pandemic. It was the new wowie-zowie drug and doctors (and especially militaries) all over the world fell in love with it. They prescribed it widely to those with Spanish Flu. In doses ranging from 8 to 31 grams per day. Oopsie doodle.

A typical aspirin today is 325mg and max dosing per day is ~4 grams.

A toxic dose is about 20g for a 180 pound person.

31g is “you’re going to die really, really fast and there is not a damn thing anyone can do to stop it once you take that dose.”

This is why incredible caution should be exercised around large departures from tested and true medical practice and new pharma modalities and products.

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This case fatality rate has never looked even remotely plausible for flu. You simply do not get a respiratory disease like that in a modern (or possibly any) society, especially not in young, healthy people. It’s just not a thing.

But widespread poisoning by well meaning medical professionals who have no idea how dangerous the products and procedures they are playing with - is.

"Official recommendations for aspirin were issued on 13 September 1918 by the US Surgeon General [64], who stated aspirin had been used in foreign countries “apparently with much success in the relief of symptoms” (p 13), on 26 September 1918 by the US Navy [29], and on 5 October 1918 by The Journal of the American Medical Association [31]. Recommendations often suggested dose regimens that predispose to toxicity as noted above. At the US Army camp with the highest mortality rate, doctors followed Osler’s treatment recommendations, which included aspirin [48], ordering 100,000 tablets [65]. Aspirin sales more than doubled between 1918 and 1920 [66]."

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Consider the below quote from HHS (1918).

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And this is not some “quaint delusion of doctors that wise men of modern medicine have exceeded and no longer fall prey to.”

This EXACT mindset was a massive killer in covid: VENTILATORS.

“Vent early, vent hard” - It ran riot in New York and many other parts of the world. It was used not just to treat patients but to “protect doctors” under the misbegotten theory that an intubated patient would not spread covid and that “doctors needed to be protected.”

There was a whole national campaign to build more ventilators. Patients were intubated when they should not have been. When this failed to work, they kept turning up the pressure on the vents.

And this killed people wholesale.  Ask the frontline nurses and doctors who quit or were fired because their consciences would not allow them to continue killing people and no one would to listen to them.

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That’s not covid death.

That’s iatrogenic death.

Once NYC figured out that vents were killing people in droves and switched to proning as others had done, this death rate dropped. But an awful lot of people had lost their lives by then. And, as in Spanish Flu, this high death rate was used as a pretext for more aggressive and ill considered actions that drove more iatrogenic death. It’s a vicious cycle and once it gets going, it’s self-feeding. Every time you inadvertently kill people out of ignorance or fear, it makes the purported pathogen look more deadly and drives you to new “reactions” and mis-calibrations where you once more kill people. 

It’s not like this was unknown or unknowable. But most countries just plain forgot and did the wrong thing, despite what they knew. Sometimes failing the Asch Conformity test is fatal to those around you.

But once you lose your mind, start over-reacting, and act from fear or twisted interest, it takes on a life of its own.

We really need to stop presuming that high excess death = proof of bad virus and start asking the serious questions:

  • how much of it was iatrogenic?
  • how much came from the insane policies of scaring people away from doctors and medical treatment?
  • how much from barring access to longstanding effective drugs and treatment in favor of new ones that mostly failed spectacularly and killed people?
  • how many deaths of despair were caused among the alone and isolated in care homes?
  • how many deaths in hospitals because patients were denied the ability to see family and perhaps more importantly because friends and family were denied the ability to be there for their loved ones to serve as advocates and organizers? (if you have ever been in hospital or been there to protect those close to you from one and make sure sound and sufficient care is supplied and applied you know what i mean on this. a hospital is no place to be alone and helpless.)
  • how many killed by vents, by bad nursing home policy, by putting “saving hospitals” above “saving people” and by “wonder drugs” that failed to live up to billing and whose side effects were not taken into account?
  • to what extent was the “covid pandemic” just a replay of spanish flu where much, probably most of the fatality rate was from bad response rather than truly bad virus?

Please don’t misunderstand: I am NOT arguing that covid did not kill anyone or at least pull forward some deaths that likely would have occurred soon afterwards, shortening lives by weeks and months (but not years) and thus causing spikes in deaths.

Many other flus had far higher CFR than covid did. The Asian flu in 57-8, the Hong Kong flu of 68, the flu of 76 (whose vaccine was such an infamous problem), H1N1 in 2009 - none of these were more than a tiny ripple.

Not zika, not dengue, ebola, or bird flu. None of it.

Every couple years, a new one is trotted out in search of a crisis. It’s a gold mine for Pharma.

And it will be trotted out again.

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These were all spectacular nothing-burgers. Sure, sometimes we get one that’s a bit worse, but even a “bad pandemic” really does not move the needle much in the antibiotics era.

Never has.

The only 2 really nasty ones in Amercian history were Spanish Flu and SARScov-2 and both appear to have had an awful lot of their excess death toll driven by bad response rather than bad virus.

We know covid was circulating in late 2019. It was a nasty bug. getting it was unpleasant. but it wasn’t killing people in unusual numbers until the panic started.

Then, suddenly, it was.

Again, I'm not saying it would not have led to any excess deaths had we not panicked and done all manner of poorly conceived things that led to iatrogenic deaths. The question is “how much?” And the answer might well be “quite a lot less than people commonly suppose.” The answer might well be “so little that had we not named and obsessed over it, few would have really noticed.”

It's the desire to “do something” and “appear active and on top of it” that crashes into a horrifying tendency to crisis profiteer, where we suddenly lose our collective minds and run off in wild directions embracing terrible ideas and eschewing those long shown effective that does this.

And that’s how people die. Needlessly.

If we would not re-live this in the future, it is in the resistance to fear that our resiliency lies.

This is why the exploration of just what was done, by whom, why and to what effect is vital.

But historically, pandemics in the modern age simply are not dangerous.

Unless you panic.

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2 hours ago, Goddess said:

ExF and Moonie always remind me of those annoying kids who run around screaming and yelling and knocking shit over: "Everyone pay attention to Meeeeeeee!"  while adults are trying to have a conversation.

Godless, westconman, confux, and a few others are so obsessed with themselves and still cannot get out of the loser column.

They have to stroke each other by writhing in old covid news and useless studies and stats.

They get in the jello wresting pool and jerk each other off and around. 1.3K posts to admire each others 1diocy.

Some of us really truly don't give a shit about you obsession and it just pisses them off more and more every time we post. We post only to wind them up and...it works so good and is so easy and so much fun. LOL

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1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

The charts show clearly the difference between a very densely populated area and less densely populated. 

That's not what's being debated, donkey.  Nobody, anywhere, ever argued that population density doesn't help spread viruses, which in turns leads to more deaths.  Once again, you're just debating yourself.  

The point of contention is that the USA's horrendously bad COVID performance wasn't because of population density.  There are 185 countries in the world with higher population densities than the US, but only 13 that did worse with COVID.  🙃

Obviously, other factors were at play...

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3 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Godless, westconman, confux, and a few others are so obsessed with themselves and still cannot get out of the loser column.

They have to stroke each other by writhing in old covid news and useless studies and stats.

They get in the jello wresting pool and jerk each other off and around. 1.3K posts to admire each others 1diocy.

Some of us really truly don't give a shit about you obsession and it just pisses them off more and more every time we post. We post only to wind them up and...it works so good and is so easy and so much fun. LOL

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Oh look - ass porn guy is having sexual fanatsies again :)

Does your wife not put out or something? OR are you seriously repressing homosexual curiosity?  It's like every second post here is a weird homosexual fantasy that you think is insulting but is just kind of creepy

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12 hours ago, CdnFox said:

Oh look - ass porn guy is having sexual fanatsies again :)

Does your wife not put out or something? OR are you seriously repressing homosexual curiosity?  It's like every second post here is a weird homosexual fantasy that you think is insulting but is just kind of creepy

Man, talk about having fantasies LOL

The photo calling you all losers is your idea of sexual fantasies???

Wow, are you ever a single minded self absorbed and fantasy deprived off track fool  LOL

 

Oh and, here is AI take on your self centred post:

"It seems that the individual expressing these opinions is engaging in personal attacks and speculations. Such comments not only lack common sense but also contribute to an unhealthy environment. It's essential to focus on constructive discussions and respect the privacy of others rather than immature tirades"

Geez, that AI guy sure knows you....as a loser LOL

 

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17 hours ago, Moonbox said:

That's not what's being debated, donkey.  Nobody, anywhere, ever argued that population density doesn't help spread viruses, which in turns leads to more deaths.  Once again, you're just debating yourself.  

The point of contention is that the USA's horrendously bad COVID performance wasn't because of population density.  There are 185 countries in the world with higher population densities than the US, but only 13 that did worse with COVID.  🙃

Obviously, other factors were at play...

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Oh look -  moonbox is back to lying about what he's been arguing and posting memes. LOL 

You said it wasn't relevant - i showed that it was relevant.  Now you come up with  yet another fake argument.

I've proven density is a major factor.  I've proven that the us has vastly more high density cities than we do.  And i've proven those cities racked up huge death tolls early on which permanently affect the numbers. 

And you've proven....  nothing.  Not a thing. No data, no research, nothing.  For all you whine about how i don't provide evidence. i've provided a tonne and you've given zero.

Sorry kiddo. :)   When all you have is memes and shaking your fists at clouds you've pretty much admitted you're wrong.

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4 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Man, talk about having fantasies LOL

The photo calling you all losers is your idea of sexual fantasies???

 

No,  you're oddly specific description of men jerking each other off in a hot tub is :)

Your stories pretending your ass porn is me and drooling over it also is :)

You're so sexually repressed that you don't even realize it.  Normal people don't talk that way. And they don't post ass porn. Like - that's VERY unusual.

SO i take it the wife doesn't put out AND you've got repressed homosexual urges. That DOES explain why you're always so angry and confused.

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59 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

No,  you're oddly specific description of men jerking each other off in a hot tub is :)

Your stories pretending your ass porn is me and drooling over it also is :)

You're so sexually repressed that you don't even realize it.  Normal people don't talk that way. And they don't post ass porn. Like - that's VERY unusual.

SO i take it the wife doesn't put out AND you've got repressed homosexual urges. That DOES explain why you're always so angry and confused.

Awww....sniff sniff

Comprehension problems showing again.

Resorting to insulting my Wife.....sad sad and low level person you are LOL

Even you compatriots must be embarrassed by your feeble, insults and sad retorts

Mr AI has this to say about you..

"Your assumptions about the individual you mentioned are based on speculation and lack any substantial evidence. It is essential to respect people's privacy and not make unwarranted judgments about their personal lives or sexual preferences. It is not your place to criticize or label them based on your own beliefs or preconceived notions. Instead, you should focus on your own lack of civility."

 

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10 minutes ago, ExFlyer said:

Awww....sniff sniff

 

So what you're imagining sniffing people's butts now?

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Resorting to insulting my Wife..

Wow.  So... she really isn't putting out.  Sorry to hear that dude, must be tough.

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10 minutes ago, CdnFox said:

With no data, no information, no effort. Hatred for the sake of hatred. That's the left these days.

Before my recent hiatus from here, he did confess that he is only here on this forum to troll, that he gets a huge kick out of it.

Sad and empty person, best ignored.  He adds nothing to any discussion.

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  1. Faksova, K.; Walsh, D.; Jiang, Y.; Griffin, J.; Phillips, A.; Gentile, A.; Kwong, J.C.; Macartney, K.; Naus, M.; Grange, Z.; et al. COVID-19 vaccines and adverse events of special interest: A multinational Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN) cohort study of 99 million vaccinated individuals. Vaccine 2024, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2024.01.100.
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  3. Krumholz, H.M.; Wu, Y.; Sawano, M.; Shah, R.; Zhou, T.; Arun, A., S; Khosla, P.; Kaleem, S.; Anushree, V.; Bornali, B.; et al. Post-Vaccination Syndrome: A Descriptive Analysis of Reported Symptoms and Patient Experiences After Covid-19 Immunization. medRxiv 2023, 10.1101/2023.11.09.23298266, 2023.2011.2009.23298266.

The toxic character of SARS-CoV-2 SP, despite its inability to replicate, is of more than theoretical concern. The newly published biochemistry paper reviews clinical studies that tracked markers of microvascular occlusion, including retinal vascular density and myocardial FDG uptake, with significant abnormalities persisting months after COVID-19 vaccinations. It also references a study of the health records of 99 million COVID-vaccinated individuals conducted by an international collaboration of 24 institutions, which found significantly increased incidences of myocarditis, pericarditis and other serious conditions [5]. Serious adverse effects were observed as well in a Yale study of 241 post-COVID vaccine syndrome patients [6].

On the other hand, the three generic drugs that gleaned the most attention as therapeutics for COVID-19 had a sound biochemical basis for efficacy, each significantly reducing RBC aggregation. The most distinct clinical benefits were observed for ivermectin, which neutralizes the virulence of SARS-CoV-2 SP by strongly binding to several sites on its N-terminal domain, competitively inhibiting its attachments to host cell glycans. In vitro, ivermectin not only blocked the SP-induced formation of RBC clumps, but it disaggregated such SP-induced RBC clumps within 30 minutes [2].

Three clinical studies demonstrated this rapid normalization of peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2) in severe COVID-19 patients within 1-2 days after treatment with ivermectin, as reviewed in the newly published COVID-19 biochemistry paper and shown in the figure below, from that paper.

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Compounding the confusion about the biochemical mechanism of ivermectin, as the paper also notes, was the vulnerability of medical science to commodification, a subject that has engaged the contributions of some of science’s most distinguished scholars. Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet, for example, wrote in 2015 that plagued by “flagrant conflicts of interest,” “much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue” [8].

The rapidly expanding use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 worldwide faced two streams of pushback by early 2021. One was a flurry of fabricated reports of ivermectin poisonings in the US reported in the major media worldwide, debunked and retracted, as exposed by the Washington Post [9] and other sources [10,11]. In one of the more imaginative of these fabrications, “gunshot victims” who were “left waiting as horse dewormer overdoses overwhelm[ed] Oklahoma hospitals” were shown waiting in line wearing winter coats, when temperatures that summer day ranged between 80° and 95° F.

The set of charts and graphs below, based on data from the COVID-19 biochemistry paper and other sources [13,17-20], provides a reality check on COVID-19-related deaths before and after the nationwide deployment of COVID-19 vaccines in the US, and for those trends in Peru and Uttar Pradesh following the widespread distribution of ivermectin for COVID-19 prevention and treatment.

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A month before the US nationwide release of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines on December 14, 2020 [19], the efficacy of both was touted to be 95% [21]. Yet COVID-19 deaths in 2021 actually increased by 18% from their 2020 total [17,18]. Excess deaths in the US were an identical 16% over projections from pre-pandemic levels for both the years 2020 and 2021 [13]. These data align with a conclusion expressed in a 2023 paper by Anothy Fauci and two other NIH scientists, that “none of the predominantly mucosal respiratory viruses,” including coronaviruses, “have ever been effectively controlled by vaccines” [22].

In Peru, excess deaths decreased 14-fold between August 1 and December 1, 2020, concurrent with a massive, nationwide distribution of ivermectin that began in August 2020. Then, after a new president was elected on November 17 who restricted the use of ivermectin, excess deaths increased 13-fold from December 1, 2020, to February 1, 2021. Although correlation does not necessarily imply causation, a rigorous state-by-state analysis of ivermectin use in Peru’s 25 states using national health data that aligned with WHO summary data (the same data source as for the chart above) showed that in this case, ivermectin clearly caused the reductions in deaths observed. The analysis found a correlation between the extent of ivermectin use and reductions in excess deaths, by state, with p < 0.002, and no indication of any significant effect by several potential confounding factors considered  [20].

In Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India, having a population of 229 million, COVID-19 deaths fell by 97%, between May 7 and July 7, 2021, after a mass distribution of ivermectin, doxycycline, zinc with vitamins and acetaminophen tablets that began on May 5, 2021. The cumulative total of COVID-19 deaths per million population in Uttar Pradesh from July 7, 2021, to April 1, 2023, was 0.27% of that figure in the US for the same period [20].

In conclusion, when claims that ignore fundamentals of biochemistry but remove barriers for profitable new therapeutics are advanced in the name of science, not only public health but the fabric of civilization is undermined. It is hoped that the lapses illuminated here can be rectified and associated opportunities embraced.

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