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I still think the ivermectin disinformation campaign is the absolute heart of COVID pogrom.

As I wrote in my “Letter to Alex Berenson on World Ivermectin Day”:

“The failure to recommend ivermectin is not a side story, as you suggested in your debate with Dr. Kory.

“It is THE story, Alex. Because with ivermectin, every injection, every death, every injury, every infringement on our rights in the name of ‘saving’ us from COVID wouldn’t have happened. Indeed, it would have made for a very boring story.

“The 500,000 lives Dr. Andrew Hill admitted to Dr. Tess Lawrie that his recommendation against ivermectin might cost would have been saved—plus every life lost to lethal interventions since then.” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-alex-berenson-on-world)

Alex is the very definition of someone living by half-lies, and deadly ones at that:

• “Letter to a Mainstream Straddler: Live Not by Half-Lies” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/letter-to-a-mainstream-straddler)

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MAA, Berenson's (amazingly ignorant) take on IVM is the main reason I not only stopped following him, but in fact, began to ignore him. (This is a practice I still maintain.) In full disclosure, even today when I hear otherwise ostensibly intelligent people decry IVM, I can only shake my head, in sadness. For an absolute fact, the inverse marketing of IVM, it's relegation to "horse paste" with no proven clinical effectiveness, STILL amazes me. Among many victories for Team Evil, successfully trashing IVM might be one of the biggest.

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So absolutely true, The Wiltster, and I've all but forgotten about Alex except when this topic comes up 😆

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I totally agree and also stopped following Alex because of his stance on ivermectin, and also his rudeness to Dr. Malone, who is a hero to me! Who needs it? Not me! 🙄

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Maybe do some homework on Dr. Malone!!

He is NOT who you think he is.

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Feb 24·edited Feb 24

Excuse me, but I know exactly who Dr. Malone is and he is a hero!

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That debate on Rumble missed Dr Kory, odd.

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For trillion dollar .Orgs/.Govs there simply is "NO PROFIT" in remedy nor cure. Simply none.

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Feb 23, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Ivermectin torpedoes their corrupt controlling dystopian false narrative. The more "they" have tried to suppress the truth about it, the more the ugly Orwellian globalist regime has revealed itself.

I want no part in the toxic totalitarian 'medicine' of a One World Government. EVER.

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Mar 1, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Thank you so much for all you are doing Tess, the day I knew there was something wrong in this narrative was the day they BANNED ivermectin in Australia.

Exactly everything you've already said in this article...

The 96% industry funded TGA in Australia virtually banned ivermectin for the fear that people may try to "treat themselves" with ivermectin following "internet directions", even though it was available via doctor prescription only....

A nobel prize winning medicine, that you can only get via Dr prescription? That has a good safety profile? That would have Dr directions on the bottle about how much to take?? The arguments were very flimsy, yet they did it... Why not ban paracetemol? Easier to get, and if you don't follow the official directions you could be in trouble?? Exactly as you mentioned... Seems unlikely doesn't it??

Yet a never before used genetic technology was no problem to get lightning fast approval from the TGA??

Unfortunately much like USA the TGA restriction, was backed up by media reports calling it horse dewormer, and not even acknowledging it is also used for humans... Unbalanced reporting = pure propaganda... Lies by omission...

Of course with such heavy private funding (96%) how can the TGA be considered a government entity in the first place?? The conflict of interest is huge...

Source: British Medical Journal (BMJ 2022; 377)

https://www.bmj.com/content/377 /bmj.01538

New restrictions on prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19

https://www.tga.gov.au/news/media- releases/new-restrictions -prescribing-ivermectin-covid-19

Great breakdown of Australia's ban on ivermectin (except for scabies treatment) by Dr John Campbell

https://youtube.com/watch?v= gndsUjgPYo&feature=shares

God bless you Tess, and thank you a million times over for putting yourself out there on behalf of us all.

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Well said! I'm on Ivermectin for stage 4 cancer. I don't know, however, what dose is best, and my oncologist apparently does not know either. Advice? In the meantime, side effects are zero.

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The dose depends on various factors including medical history, age, weight, medications taken and when taken, Covid vaccination history, etc.. and needs to be discussed with a trusted health professional. We hope to be in a position soon to facilitate access to alternative approaches to cancer treatment.

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OXYGEN - ¨Dr. Otto Warburg received the Nobel prize in 1931 for the discovery that unlike all other cells in the human body, cancer cells do not breathe oxygen. Cancer cells are anaerobic, which means that they derive their energy without needing oxygen. It turns out that cancer cells cannot survive in the presence of high levels of oxygen.¨

https://altered-states.net/barry/newsletter927/index.htm

https://altered-states.net/barry/newsletter395/

https://altered-states.net/barry/update227/widespectrum.htm

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Two sub stacks have protocols on this topic. One is Dr. William Makis and the other is 2nd smartest guy in the world. They are a bit different and also can include menbendazole or fenbendazole (the animal version) and nuticeuticals. The treatment includes intermittent fasting. It is best if you can find a practitioner that is knowledgeable about this and is willing to write the prescription. This does not exist in Canada for cancer treatment, so these protocols are all we have. Wishing you health and healing.

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Dr. Marik has a free book on FLCCC.NET about cancer and treatment. Lots of ways to help the immune system. The Flccc webinars have had episodes about cancer you can rewatch on their website.

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Yes. I am also curious about it, what dose is recommended for cancer.

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You might find some useful information on 2nd Smartest Guy in the World Substack.

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Contact Dr Kathleen Ruddy through the FLCCC. She is an oncologist using Ivermectin.

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You might find some useful information on 2nd Smartest Guy in the World Substack. There is a lot there regarding Ivermectin.

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You may want to look into Ozone therapy (IV & insufflation)) and fenbendazole as well.

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I've lost people to cancer because of their misplaced trust in their oncologists, who are either ignorant of life-saving re-purposed drugs or have refused to prescribe them, maybe because they fear for their licenses under this medical cartel. And what some of them recommend is downright malpractice. A neighbor of mine who is a recent cancer survivor went to see her oncologist just four months ago, and he pushed a covid booster on her. When she told me this, you could have heard my jaw hit the floor, but she trusted him and took this known oncogenic, immune damaging substance into her body without question. People need to wake up, become informed, ask questions, and force the white coats to EARN our trust, because all that degree means is that they memorized the protocols they were taught by Big Pharma-run courses. A GOOD doctor will do more investigation on his own, take a more multifaceted approach and think outside the box, with his individual patient's needs in mind.

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It’s just too much evil to bear. There must be Justice in the end.

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In Japan, Dr. Satoshi Omura, the discoverer and developer of Ivermectin, published a book on the mechanism in November 2021 in Japanese, which is a language at the edge of the world. I will summarize and introduce it.

① Enters the space of the RBD region of the trimer and connects proteins and prevents cleavage → Inhibition of connection of the RBD region to ACE2

The chemical simulation results for various drugs show that the binding strength is the strongest.

(I, M.F. (=poster), think that quantum chemistry simulators are currently more reliable than poor RCTs.)

(A) → Prevention of infection via ACE2 connection of Sarscov2

(B)→Inhibition of ACE2 connection of Spike created by pseudo-mRNA Shot

② Inhibit TMPRSS2 enzyme to inhibit SBD-RBD cleavage and prevent RNA injection into cells due to SarsCov2 membrane fusion

(I, M.F., think it is also effective against Spike caused by vaccination)

③ Even if ① and ② fail to prevent the infection and Sarscov2 begins to produce RNA in human cells, it inhibits the 3CLPro enzyme.

This prevents the Sarscov2 RNA gene from being cut to the required length.

SarsCov2 cannot multiply

④ Binds to α of Importin α/β and prevents SarsCov2 from importing nuclear function inhibitors into human cell nuclei.

Prevents inhibition of human cell nuclear function by SarsCov2 and maintains innate anti-virus function of cells

⑤ Has anti-inflammatory effects unique to macrolides

Inhibits the NF-κB transcription factor and suppresses the production of inflammatory cytokines.

⑥The spectrum of this drug broadly inhibits anywhere from ① to ④, making it difficult for mutant strains to form.

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Feb 23, 2023Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Thanks so much Tess for everything you are doing xx a true leader empowers others to lead themselves. Through their own leadership of self, they ignite and light the path which shows others " The Way" from my heart to yours, thank you for sharing your leadership

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Thank you, Dr. Lawrie! Glad that you're not spending time on this ridiculous "study", aside from sharing it with us. Thank you for providing the link to the stupid thing, though -- interesting to search for "fund." That's one ballsy bunch, listing all those big-pharma and rotten government funders. The damning information is there for all to see, if only more people would just look.

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Yes, it's quite a list, isn't it.

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Dr Kathleen Ruddy, an oncologist, is one of the doctors using Ivermectin to treat cancer patients. One of them, Paul Mann, came back from stage 4 prostate cancer after commencing Ivermectin. https://covid19criticalcare.com/ivermectin-vs-stage-4-cancer/. But I guess it can’t be true because Alex Berenson says it’s not true.

Berenson is just a self-serving grifter,

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Thank you, excellent update. I was very glad to find out recently that I can get Ivermectin quickly and inexpensively online from The Wellness Company (TWC.Health - Dr. McCullough is the chief medical advisor). They sent me 5 capsules to be taken when needed, one a day for five days, for $50. I also had a 15-minute online consultation with a TWC medical doctor for $60. I greatly appreciate the information that you and the rest of the team at World Council for Health are providing to the world.

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I'm currently using an Organic Black Cumin Seed Oil. Nigella Sativa. I'm hoping this can help in a similar way to Ivermectin. I'd prefer Ivermectin but as I'm in the UK I am nervous about ordering from overseas as I don't know how i can guarantee it will be the 'real' thing! All help appreciated.

Perhaps worth mentioning Dr John Campbell discussing Ivermectin in the UK!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RW40-pS_R-I&t=56s

Namaste

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Organic Black Cumin seed oil, also, helps with thyroid issues. Anyone with autoimmune thyroid disease should research the data.

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Pfizer used Ivermectin to save lives of subjects hospitalized during their Covid19 Jab Trials.

Thanks very much for reposting your article.

I have added it as a reference here:

https://geoffpain.substack.com/p/pfizer-knew-ivermectin-protects-against

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I was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer this month COME ON IVERMECTIN!!!

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YES, it’s impossible to buy ivm from india, and it’s due to lack of supply. when i exchanged emails w/my pharmacy on this topic they indicated that 1) they were aggravated about it, and 2) it’s simply not available. this leaves pts paying inflated prices at compounding pharmacies and who knows how long they’ll be able to procure it.

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You can get it from a pet store pharmacy company.

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I have always ordered it from AllDayPharmacy from India. What company did you use?

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During the pandemic getting hold of Ivermectin was virtually impossible. Can we access it in the UK now?

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Only via farmers supplies AFAIK.

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