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2021-09-15 20:28 by Karl Denninger
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Ivermectin .vs. Covid In A Poor, High-Density State
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Uttar Pradesh, India -- 33 districts in that state have been declared "Covid-free."

Well, ok, not that entirely the entire state is Covid free, but close enough.

241 million people, 199 active cases.  The positive test rate is currently 0.01%.  In other words, statistically zero.


It's not vaccination; statistically-speaking none of their people have been vaccinated while, according to JAMA's study approximately 62% of the population of the US showed vaccine-generated antibodies as of May.

I bet you can figure out how they did it and it will only require one word too.

If you're having trouble, well, read here because it's fully explained and that one word is not vaccines.

Tell me again why hospitals, doctors and so-called "public health experts" still have a microphone to use; as I advocated many, many months ago and, based on the evidence, expected would work Utter Pradesh has cut off forward transmission of the virus with a cheap and safe drug.

No transmission, no epidemic.  Period.  It's that simple.

This is a state that has a per-capita GDP of about $1,000, a total GDP of $240 billion, 40% of the citizens are below the poverty line, well above average for the nation as a whole.

It is a poor state and worse, the most-populous in the nation and has extremely high-density cities -- the most-fertile environment imaginable for a pandemic virus -- yet they slayed Covid with a cheap, wildly-available drug.

Time to hold people accountable -- personally.

Hospital administrators, doctors, politicians, Fauci, both past and present Directors of the CDC, the FDA, school administrators, college provosts, CEOs who have been jab-happying their employees and every single screaming Karen on social media.

PERSONAL accountability NOW.

I told you how to do this right here, in the US -- on December 7th, 2020 for a literal $2 per person infected and in the same household with someone who is.  That was more than nine months and several hundred thousand lives ago.  There was no reason for the United States to take any further "spike" in cases, hospitalizations and death beyond that date.  I laid it out on the evidence and in fact that's exactly what this state in India did.  I was right -- all the rest of these jackasses were wrong, they're still wrong and they must PAY for what they've done and the people who were slaughtered by their hand.

Which would you rather do and which is the correct path for us to take?

Something that once injected you cannot change your mind on, which has people all over social media posting their stories of heart attacks, strokes, odd clotting problems, heart inflammation in healthy teens and more and then get the Covid-19 anyway and end up in the hospital as did Oscar de la Hoya and Jesse Jackson?  And, I remind you, that the manufacturer (Pfizer) now admits loses potency over time which I bet they knew or at least suspected last fall and did not disclose -- and thus, in case you haven't figured it out yet, means it does not stimulate long-term immune system recognition and thus is more-akin to a drug than a vaccine.   In the alternative should you choose to use a drug at first sign of trouble yourself or if anyone in your household gets Covid-19 that costs $2 and has a forty year safety record, is, on that record 100x safer than Tylenol, has all but eliminated River Blindness in multiple nations and has had nearly 4 billion doses dispensed for human consumption over that forty years?  Oh by the way if we follow the protocol I set forth in December and which India used we will largely cut off transmission in households which the CDC admits is the primary means by which people get infected -- and as a result epidemic propagation is cut off and far fewer people get seriously sick or die.

One path has led one of the wealthiest nations in the world with an alleged "excellent" health care system taking a huge spike in infections in the middle of the summer when, according to JAMA, we should have enough immunity among the population (83% as of May) that said spike was impossible.  But it happened and that it did is extremely strong evidence that the jabs are at best worthless and might, in some cases, be making the infection worse.

The other path led a state (of a larger nation) with a per-capita GDP one-sixtieth of the United States, a nation where the median annual per-capita income is approximately $1,000 US, where more than forty percent of all city dwellers live in poverty -- a state of 241 million people all packed together with no money,  and no resources -- Satan's Kitchen for a pandemic virus where in May the media was lamenting that they literally had nothing available in the way of hospital resources -- today sitting with fewer than 200 active cases of Covid-19.

No more bullshit folks -- unless you or someone you love would like to die this fall and winter.

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