We must remember. We are here to remember. Not just the people who died from medical experimentation. We are here to remember the people today. ~ Dr. Daniel Nagase
To read my essay on Substack, please follow this link: https://khmezek.substack.com/p/mercks-molnupiravir-vs-the-peoples
Here is an excerpt:
In Bangladesh, they call it “the People’s Medicine.”
In the United States, they call it horse paste.
In Lucknow, the largest city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, they set up Kiosks to distribute it free to treat COVID-19.
In the United States, it’s been maligned as a dangerous drug that will more likely kill you than help you.
In May, 2021, at the height of India’s Delta surge…
Wait. Let’s pause for one moment. I need to clarify a few things about buzz words/phrases that have become indispensable additions of our everyday vocabulary.
In the COVID propaganda campaign these words/phrases have been weaponized to push fear and hysteria.
“Delta variant” and “surge” and “super spreaders” are three examples. When the Delta variant burst upon the scene, first identified in India in April 2021, we heard worrying reports about how easily it spread.
The next big wave, bigger than the first, is coming to your neighborhood!
Articles such as one in February 2020 in Nature magazine assuring us that “We shouldn’t worry when a virus mutates during disease outbreaks,” or that “Ill-informed discussions of mutations thrive during virus outbreaks, including the ongoing spread of SARS-CoV-2. In reality, mutations are a natural part of the virus life cycle and rarely impact outbreaks dramatically” were not encouraged.
Calming the public down would not stoke fear and hysteria. It would not induce people to comply with government orders to roll up their sleeves and take an experimental drug, violating their rights over their own bodies and those of their children.
The rise of the Delta variant was blamed on a series of pilgrimages in India in April of 2021. These pilgrimages were described as “super-spreaders,” a phrase we had already been familiarized with. Churches were super-spreaders, the Sturgis motorcycle rally was a super-spreader, Donald Trump rallies were super-spreaders. But BLM protests and riots were not. Nor are the hundreds of thousands of migrants pouring across our southern borders.
As for “surge,” I recall Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez going ballistic over the word when used to describe the border crisis. Apparently, in that context, “Anyone who’s using the term ‘surge’ around you consciously is trying to invoke a militaristic frame.” Furthermore, “And that’s a problem because this is not a surge, these are children and they are not insurgents and we are not being invaded, which by the way is a White supremacist idea-philosophy, the idea that if another is coming in the population that this is an invasion of who we are.” Doing our best to follow AOC’s irrational train of thought, we can only assume she’s thinking that the word “surge” means the same as “insurgent,” only shorter, perhaps?? Those who religiously follow her every tweet, will gladly make that leap of faith.
Accusations like “He’s a White supremacist” or “She’s an anti-vaxxer” are magical in their effect, like some sort of incantation. Millions of citizens who hear such accusations are sure to respond with hatred, just as they have been programmed to do.
So now, back to this Delta surge—which is not White supremacist, militaristic, or insurgent—however, the people who question anything about the government’s response to it are.
In May, 2021, at the height of India’s Delta surge, government teams went house-to-house in Uttar Pradesh, reaching 97,941 villages in 75 districts in roughly five days. Those who displayed symptoms were tested and given medicines. But what were those medicines? A media blackout made it impossible to find out. By July 2, 2021, cases were down a full 99%.
On August 6, 2021, the blackout ended with MSM reporting what was contained in those Uttar Pradesh medicine kits. Among the medicines were Ivermectin.
This is why India calls ivermectin the People’s Medicine. It is cheap and it is easily accessible.
The differences between the United States and India are astounding. Bangladesh has a 99% lower per capita death rate from COVID-19 than the US. With 160 million inhabitants, it has half the US population. To date, it has experienced only 27,614 COVID-19 deaths. Contrast that to the 722,470 deaths in the United States and the comparison is staggering.
But wait, doesn’t the United States have superior health care? Don’t we have superior hygiene? Education? Aren’t we the ones who rely on the “science” and the “experts?”
What we do rely on is a corrupt government making back door deals so they can get richer while ordinary people die.
On October 6, 2021 it was confirmed that Jessica Berg Wilson, 37, died of thrombotic thrombocytopenia, a rare form of vaccine-induced blood clot.
Her obituary said Jessica had been “vehemently opposed to taking the [mRNA] vaccine, knowing she was in good health and of a young age and thus not at risk for serious illness. In her mind, the known and unknown risks of the unproven vaccine were more of a threat.”
Yet, she felt she had no choice but to comply if she wanted to continue being a room-mom at her community school.
Here we have a good woman. A good mom. A good wife. Yet, if she had not taken this experimental treatment, she would have no longer been considered any of those things. She would have joined the ranks of the unclean, ignorant, selfish anti-vaxxers. She would have been ostracized from the classrooms of her own children.
And so, she submitted to this invasion that she believed was wrong. As a result, she died. But God forbid the truth should be told. Twitter flagged her obituary as “misinformation.” I cannot even image the outrage her husband must have felt.
Despite the experts insisting everyone must submit to this Russian roulette and despite Twitter trying to debunk the truth, we know how Jessica died.
And it is our government leaders like Biden, Walensky, Fauci and Collins (conveniently set to retire) who are responsible for killing her.
If ivermectin had been readily available, it would have destroyed the lie that Jessica needed to take this vaccine. How many lives besides hers could have been saved? How many more will still die?
There was a time when doctors used everything in their arsenal to fight disease and were encouraged to do so. Doctors in the trenches, treating their patients, were respected and listened to. Now they are afraid to speak.
Even if there was only a slight possibility of success, surely it would make sense to prescribe ivermectin to ill patients. Surely, this would be better than forcing a vaccine on healthy young people who could potentially die from the jab?
Even if Jessica was the only person the vaccine ever killed, surely that would be good enough cause to introduce ivermectin as a treatment for others. And surely her death and others like hers deserves attention. An honest investigation needs to be done into how and why the reputation of ivermectin (and hydroxychloroquine, although I don’t go into it here) was purposely suppressed.
In a study conducted by Satoshi Ōmura, Ph.D, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, which he won jointly with William C. Campbell for their role in the discovery of avermectins and ivermectin, it was concluded that since ivermectin has been used so extensively, pharmaceutical companies cannot expect to earn enough money to recover invested funds, even if further development is conducted to obtain an indication for COVID-19.
And herein lies the horror of it all. Merck is the manufacturer of ivermectin, a safe, effective and cheapdrug. You can buy it for around $29.72. In fact, the drug is so cheap that in 1987, Merck donated it free of charge to combat river blindness in Africa.
Because Merck cannot make enough money off of ivermectin, it waged war on its own drug to destroy its credibility.
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