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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.

Why?

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 bull**** folks -- unless you or someone you love would like to die this fall and winter.

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On Ireland, Why Oct 22 and NOT today??

Think about that for a minute.

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"If DeSantis were the "real deal", he'd mandate the universal use of IVM and other compounds after any positive test." @Kokobeware If I'm reading this correctly, then No mandate, that's the exact same thing they're pulling in reverse. He should absolutely make it legal for use and adopt the other measures you mention, i.e., promoting its use, or promoting information of its usefulness while freeing doctors to prescribe it. He (WE) should be promoting medical freedom, freedom of information dissemination to freedom for doctors to prescribe what they believe is best to freedom of choice with the patient.
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I cant believe i am typing this, but honestly this thread makes me want to move to India.

A ****hole of a country, but **** me, at least you have the choice to decide about your body.

I wonder if there is a place like Alaska in India, and if you can get beef. Seriously, can you get beef?
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@Clay3482

Having lived in India, I can assure that yes, you can get beef. It's rudely expensive (by local standards; but keep in mind that a meal at a restaurant is the equivalent of a few dollars), but if you live in a decent sized city it's relatively easy to find someone who sells beef.

And I've found myself thinking of moving back there a fair amount lately myself...
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@Clay3482 Or maybe Russia? Why do so many Americans not see the irony of of calling the USA "free" and painting Russia as a repressive dictatorship?
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It's great that you no longer have a fever.

Actually, I only had one degree of temperature, on the very first day. That's what's so weird about this thing. Any other time in my life that I had such debilitating fatigue, it was accompanied by fever. I feel like I've been flattened by a steamroller and can barely move, but there's no fever.
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Heartlander, sorry to see you got the commie coof. I wondered where you went. I guess we'll all get it sooner or later. Hang in there, I'm sure you'll beat it just fine since you've got the ammunition you need and then you'll be in the best position you can be in with natural immunity.
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@Heartlander

Hang in there! It's a doozy. Wait until/if you lose your send of smell and food just tastes weird. Luckily that only lasts for a few days before it starts coming back.
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@Heartlander, I never had fever either. Loss of taste/smell, body aches, cough, etc but no fever.
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@Ceiii2000
My daughter got jabs in January.
Got pregnant in February, baby due Nov 4th.
Ultrasounds look good. Will be her 3rd boy.
So far so good.


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COVID has means to suppress your immune system.
Probably why some don't get fever.
Studies show a 102 body temp activates your immune system response.
Might be wise to jump in a hot bath and get your temp to 102 for 20 minutes or so.
Watch your temp though, don't go 103 or above.
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No fever here either, of the 20 or so people that had it at the same time I did, none of them ran fevers and were all being checked 2x's a day.

A few showed a degree or two of temp one time. That was it.

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you've got the ammunition you need and then you'll be in the best position you can be in with natural immunity.

As awful as I feel right now, I am THANKFUL that I got hit now and not later. Suffering this EXTREME debilitation (I can barely walk) in the middle of the **** hitting the fan later this season would be a nightmare.

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I guess we'll all get it sooner or later.
Yes, that constant reminder from Karl has made this easier to bear. And knowing that Karl, as healthy as he is, and Dr. Kory, as IVM-stocked as he is, managed to catch it. Just helps keep me from freaking out.

@Shadowmask
Thank you for the timetable on taste and smell. I did lose those yesterday (day 4 of my illness). Glad to hear it won't last long! (Especially since I am taking IVM. Kory et al. found that long-haulers -- the people who still can't taste or smell for months afterward --were more likely to have NOT had any IVM.)

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Thank you for assuring me that I'm not the only one to not get fever with this thing. This virus is So. ****ing. Weird!!!
As we'd expect, of course, from an engineered virus that doesn't correspond to anything in the natural world.
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I have been rooting for India for many, many months now. I love it that they're prosecuting that WHO bitch who denied people life-saving ivermectin and are seeking the death penalty for her for having committed mass murder.

I remember way back in 2020, Mumbai gave their whole entire police force prophylactic HCQ, and nobody on the force got Covid. And there was this one slum that had like 750,000 people crammed into one square mile, and Covid broke out... so the government subsidized prophylactic HCQ, azithromycin (or doxycycline) and zinc for every man, woman and child in that slum, and... voila. No more Covid. I said at the time, How about that -- your odds of surviving Covid are better if you're a dirt-poor Indian slum dweller than if you're a citizen of the "advanced, sophisticated" USA.
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Thank you for the suggestion. I will try that.
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@Heartlander

I was taking 1500mg of vitamin C PER HOUR I was awake. Never reached bowel saturation. The FLCCC recommendations were too low on Vitamin C IMO.

I still can't smell tomato sauce or skunk, but food tastes normal again.
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2-3kmg/hr for me during the worst of it. Never hit bowel tolerance.

Try that when not sick and I'm on the ****ter within a couple hours ejecting liquid fire.

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Or maybe Russia? Why do so many Americans not see the irony of of calling the USA "free" and painting Russia as a repressive dictatorship?

I am EXTREMELY disappointed in Putin with his Sputnik vaccine, but at least he is NOT mandating it on citizens (at least the last time I checked). He knows good and well that his post-Soviet Russians are allergic to totalitarian mandates.

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Mjc1960 wrote..
COVID has means to suppress your immune system.
Probably why some don't get fever.
Studies show a 102 body temp activates your immune system response.
Might be wise to jump in a hot bath and get your temp to 102 for 20 minutes or so.
Watch your temp though, don't go 103 or above.

Drink plenty of fluids to not become dehydrated too, and maybe a sports drink, sugar free, to make sure you replace your electrolytes.

I mentioned what MJC1960 is suggesting a few weeks back in TheBar when this topic of how the body uses temperature to kill an infection was discusssed. I mentioned at the time I believe the FLCCC should add this to their treatment protocol for three times a day:Morning, afternoon, evening.

We've all heard the stories of people feeling they are coming down with something, and they go workout or perform heavy physical work to "sweat out" whatever they feel is coming on. Others mentioned relatives wrapping themselves up in blankets, like in a cacoon for 24 hrs. and sweating the bug out.

There is no reason this will not work for a Covid-19 infection too. An infection is an infection, and heat will cook it, just like you cook a meal, and kill any germs in the process.

Whether it's a hot bathtub you submerge yourself in, or a jacuzzi spa, the results will be the same. Just make sure you don't fall asleep and slide under water being you are already sick and weak.

I won't put a statement this is not medical advice, because the government authorities can kiss my azz, and go straight to hell, for their traitorous participation in this GENOCIDE.

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So evidently my memory is flawed about what I read since sulfa drugs came well after the 1918 flu.

My great grandma Perry would always wrap us up to raise our body temperature. I use an electric blanket now and never take anything to lower my fever.

Reason: I'm dumb.
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Most death from the 1918 pandemic wasn't from the flu.

It was from secondary bacterial pneumonia. There were no antibiotics at the time so..... Yeah.

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Godspeed Heartlander. Hope you get well soon.

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Don't know if you saw this:

https://mobile.twitter.com/PierreKory/st....

Pretty cool when Dr. Pierre Kory is linking to you.

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I should do a better job archiving links to papers.
I like to see the papers people making claims are referring to.
Sometimes the claims are misinterpreted.
Or maybe there's more information to be had.
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