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jon357 67 | 16,848
4 Mar 2021 #4,921
withholding information

What 'withholding information'? The information that's 'withheld' on 209,000 news articles?

Funny how you had to scour

Even funnier that it came up on the first page of google together with several similar articles.

So that's two words, "withhold" and "scour" that you evidently have trouble with. That and actually reading articles that you post as links.
amiga500 3 | 490
4 Mar 2021 #4,922
You are such a drip that you are confusing total news articles on ivermectin which is used for scabies and tropical river blindess. (which the inventor won a nobel prize) and news articles on invermectin and covid-19. You have no knowledge just a blind adherence to the status quo. well that is leftists these days. How many of those articles re ivermectin-coronavirus are trying to debunk ivermectin? You just want people to stay dumb, only the enlightened few like yourself deserve the info. the rest should just wait for a vaccine or die. pathetic.
amiga500 3 | 490
4 Mar 2021 #4,923
You don't seem to have a brain. Having coronavirus deaths and vaccine rollouts is on the nightly news everyday. But countries rolling out ivermectin and having amazing results re fatalities does not rate a mention. And you think this is normal because.. trump.. and people are stupid.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,840
4 Mar 2021 #4,924
Ivermectin is a broad spectrum anthelmintic....

Lol I didn't even need to Google that.

Does it cure corona virus now as well as worm and mite infestations?
amiga500 3 | 490
4 Mar 2021 #4,925
at least vastly decreases viral load, time to recovery and deaths
Joker 2 | 1,671
4 Mar 2021 #4,926
You don't seem to have a brain. Having coronavirus deaths and vaccine rollouts is on the nightly news

He make up his own news, you should know that by now. You'll never see him debate any facts or post any links to his propaganda.

the rest should just wait for a vaccine or die. pathetic.

Ill probably be one of the last to take the vaccine. I already had the KungFlu last year and always eat healthy and get plenty of exercise. Ill wait until later and see how many side effects the vaccine has and if ppl start growing into mutants:)
Spike31 2 | 2,194
4 Mar 2021 #4,927
"China makes anal swab Covid tests compulsory for foreign arrivals"

thetimes.co.uk/article/china-makes-anal-swab-covid-tests-compulsory-for-foreign-arrivals-mvthjq8c7

Haha, they will cure them from corona sooner than expected.
Spike31 2 | 2,194
4 Mar 2021 #4,928
Only 46% of Polish doctors decided to get vaccinated so far. So, most of the medical experts don't want to test those life potions early on themselves despite the fact that they are entitled to be the first on the list.

Some conspiracy theorists could suspect that those vaccines are either not as effective as advertized or may even come up with a worse heresy: that they may produce some side effects, and the experts wants the citizens to test it first.

politykazdrowotna.com/71011,ilu-lekarzy-juz-zaszczepionych?s=09#.YEDXnWdpGd0.twitter
OP Braveheart16 18 | 276
4 Mar 2021 #4,929
Didn't know this was happening but it seems that three lung transplants have taken place on patients who were suffering from Long Covid....good to see that action is being taken for people suffering from Long Covid....lets hope this solution goes from strength to strength.....

politykazdrowotna.com/67709,gdansk-przeszczepiono-pluca-w-miejsce-zniszczonych-przez-covid-19
Novichok 1 | 2,260
4 Mar 2021 #4,930
I tried to correlate deaths per million with population density and obesity rates. Nothing correlates other than culture and locations.
Europe is the worst with 12 in the top 15 and an average of 1800 deaths per 1 million as of today. Asia - 32, 64, and 0.4 for S. Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. It's like a different planet or they just missed that memo from WHO and Fauci about the "pandemic".

El Salvador, a sh*thole even by the South American standards, with abysmal everything, clocks in at 290 per million, or one-sixth of the "most advanced" place in the universe, Europe, and the highest genius density per square kilometer. Wierd.
mafketis 24 | 9,187
4 Mar 2021 #4,931
. Nothing correlates other than culture and locations.

and age.... Older countries are much worse hit than young countries.... the average age in Europe is pretty high and the average age in Africa, Latin America and much of Asia is very young...
Novichok 1 | 2,260
4 Mar 2021 #4,932
and age...

Actually, Japan is the oldest with a median age of 45. South Korea and Belgium are less than one year apart at 40 while their covid mortalities are not even close with a 1 to 6 ratio.

The mystery continues...
jon357 67 | 16,848
4 Mar 2021 #4,933
Ivermectin is a broad spectrum anthelmintic....

It's basically cats' worming tablets. Used on humans (less often) in Africa if they fall in a river or elsewhere if they for some reason get worms.

Does it cure corona virus now as well as worm and mite infestations?

No, however some people are suggesting online that untrialled treatment with massive doses can reduce symptoms for people in low-risk groups. They pretend there's some information being mysteriously 'withheld' (despite the internet being smeared with alternative theories).

The same sort of people who get in trouble for advocating bleach enemas for autistic kids or turning yourself blue by drinking (the pointless) colloidal silver are pushing it. Probably to make mischief as much as anything else.

Unfortunately, the bigger the dose, the bigger the side effects. Even a small dose for worms has side-effects, never mind the massive doses that some people are trying to push for covid. Apparently clinical trials were considered, however Ivermectin didn't meet the standards.

Meanwhile, I've got a date for the vaccination, which is good news.
Tacitus 2 | 1,189
4 Mar 2021 #4,934
The mystery continues...

What is so mysterious about this? Japan and South Korea are both (semi-)islands with previous pandemic experience and who found naturally easier to isolate than European countries with many direct neighbours.

clocks in at 290 per million

And who knows how many deaths and infections are not detected because of the lack of testing equipment. Wealthy countries can test more and will discover more cases, not to mention how knows how autopsies are performed in poorer countries.

The true picture will only emerge later when surplus deaths are taken into account anyway. Russia seems to be doing especially poorly, despite the regime's attempt to hide the true scale of the pandemic.

themoscowtimes.com/2021/02/18/russia-has-one-of-the-worlds-highest-excess-death-rates-why-arent-russians-angrier-a72981
Crow 146 | 9,173
5 Mar 2021 #4,935
Poland is very much lucky. Would be much stronger in a post-Covid world.
Novichok 1 | 2,260
5 Mar 2021 #4,936
who knows how autopsies are performed in poorer countries.

Like Japan? I know. Autopsies in Japan are performed not any less well than in Europe - the epicenter of covid deaths.
"Cases" are bulls**t and a covid terror tool the ruling mobs found handy.
Tacitus 2 | 1,189
5 Mar 2021 #4,937
Like Japan?

I clearly refered to poorer states with this remark. The reason why Japan did well during this crisis was stated above.
Novichok 1 | 2,260
5 Mar 2021 #4,938
Japan and South Korea are both (semi-)islands

And so is the UK.
1800 deaths per million vs 64 in Japan.
Every country is an island if the ruling class has the brains and the balls to close the borders. Winds don't count.
Western "democracies" are deficient on both counts.
jon357 67 | 16,848
5 Mar 2021 #4,940
in UK

It seems strict there with the "bubbles". Not surprising that there's a reaction to it, however at least it's only stickers.
Lenka 3 | 2,503
5 Mar 2021 #4,941
It's not. Like everywhere some people follow the rules, some don't
jon357 67 | 16,848
5 Mar 2021 #4,942
A friend said something similar. He suggested the bubble system isn't that effective because of overlapping bubbles. The infection rate seems to be decreasing there which is good and they're doing well on vaccinations which is excellent.

I'll be there very soon and am not looking forward to quarantine at all.
Novichok 1 | 2,260
5 Mar 2021 #4,943
Like everywhere some people follow the rules, some don't

Then, I am one of the somes. I no longer mask up in stores until I am reminded. Then I put it on for ten seconds, walk away, and off it goes.
jon357 67 | 16,848
5 Mar 2021 #4,944
follow the rules

I heard that a lot of people are "accidentally" meeting in parks etc. At least it's outdoors. That's happening in Warsaw too, however it doesn't have to appear accidental.
Lenka 3 | 2,503
5 Mar 2021 #4,945
Last week when I visited forest there were plenty of people, clearly different households not even pretending. People are fed up.
Novichok 1 | 2,260
5 Mar 2021 #4,946
That's happening in Warsaw too, however it doesn't have to appear accidental.

My dear God! You are describing a gulag where the inmates are trying to outsmart the guards.
So, how is that "democracy" working for you?
jon357 67 | 16,848
5 Mar 2021 #4,947
People are fed up.

It's gone on for so long now; I agree that people have had enough.

The Reading and Leeds Festivals are apparently scheduled for the summer. When the lockdown eases and some normality starts to return, hopefully people will feel better.
Miloslaw 8 | 2,905
5 Mar 2021 #4,948
My dear God! You are describing a gulag

Don't be a twat......
Do not compare gulags with modern day restrictions.
It just makes you look like an idiot.
Novichok 1 | 2,260
5 Mar 2021 #4,949
Do not compare gulags with modern day restrictions.

Those are not modern-day restrictions. Those terroristic rules are imposed in the ways Stalin would be proud of - by one person, with no legal recourse. At least in the US. That person is, for example, our governor. The governor of NY forced covid carrying patients into nursing homes where thousands died. Not exactly Katyn but the result is similar.

Here is a simple test: if every single citizen in the UK had a chance to vote and said, hell no, no lockdowns, would the rules be lifted or stay because your PM said so?

Please, don't insult me with that it's hypothetical. Laws are tested by hypotheticals and on the edges, so don't go there. We call it "what if" simulations. If it's over your head, don't comment.
Miloslaw 8 | 2,905
5 Mar 2021 #4,950
Those terroristic rules are imposed in the ways Stalin would be proud of

What a pathetic comment!

Here is a simple test: if every single citizen in the UK had a chance to vote and said, hell no, no lockdowns,

If that happened in the UK the people would win.
That may not be true in your glorious America.
But, believe it or not, we are more free than you are....


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