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That is still no reason for them to demand a phone # to get their internet signal on a computer.
I smell a future intrusion.
It ties the acct to a real-World identity.
 

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It ties the acct to a real-World identity.
And they can shove that up their collective asses !!!
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That is still no reason for them to demand a phone # to get their internet signal on a computer.
I smell a future intrusion.
Living in an RV park, we have poor service on all fronts. Verizon sucks !!!! The internet service is spotty at best.
We have another year of this before our home is ready. I'll just watch & wait.
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Listen right now! They are talking about pharmacists not filling ivermectin prescriptions ON THH RADIO!
 

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Listen right now! They are talking about pharmacists not filling ivermectin prescriptions ON THH RADIO!

There are a lot of family pharmacies (not woke chains)

Frontline doctors uses most of them. I’ve received shipment from several. The link below has 65 choices to pick from

 

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Listen right now! They are talking about pharmacists not filling ivermectin prescriptions ON THH RADIO!

There are pharmacy employees who see themselves as gatekeepers of health. Nothing wrong with double checking dosages and drug interactions but some of these folks are caught up in the COVID propaganda and are.......well, just have a look:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/pt0uf4
https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/psag1w
https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/pkcyqy
 

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Guy at work is on HQC long before covid. For a while he was having a hard time getting it and the questions changed. Only thing that saved him was go back and look at my past use as they were trying to cut him off.
 

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There are pharmacy employees who see themselves as gatekeepers of health. Nothing wrong with double checking dosages and drug interactions but some of these folks are caught up in the COVID propaganda and are.......well, just have a look:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/pt0uf4
https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/psag1w
https://www.reddit.com/r/TalesFromThePharmacy/comments/pkcyqy
Another member & I have both each received our orders from emedsmart.com - India - no prescriptions - 2 weeks... (I have another order "being tracked India Post, and one "being processed".)
- So far, reliable.
 

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Listen to these criminal American Medical Society LIE to the profession, demanding that the profession LIE to the american public...

Story at-a-glance:

  • The Winter 2021 “AMA COVID-19 Guide: Background/Messaging on Vaccines, Vaccine Clinical Trials & Combatting Vaccine Misinformation,” issued by the American Medical Association (AMA) raises serious questions about the AMA’s adherence to transparency, honesty, ethics and the moral standards to which it will hold its members.
  • The guide lists nine “key messages” the AMA wants doctors to focus on when communicating about COVID-19. This includes stressing the importance of eliminating nonmedical vaccine exemptions, the importance of flu vaccinesand COVID shots and expressing confidence in vaccine development.
  • In the guide, the AMA instructs doctors on how to disinform the public using psychological and linguistic tools. This includes explicit instructions on which words to swap for other more narrative-affirming choices.
  • Word swaps include changing “hospitalization rates” to “deaths,” two terms that are not even remotely interchangeable.
  • Swapping the term “Operation Warp Speed” for “standard process” is another rather egregious misdirection. The two are not interchangeable. In fact, they’re diametrically opposed to one another.
 

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30 facts you NEED to know:

Your Covid Cribsheet


Dr. Robert Malone is the inventor of the mRNA technology that is the basis for the Covid Vaccine. This is the letter he sent to physicians and scientists urging them to stand together in defense of free scientific discourse and the doctor’s right and responsibility to treat patients without interference and threats from authoritarian and coercive restraint.

Friends, I write to you as a physician and scientist. We are all in this together and we need to protect physicians, medical scientists and other health care providers working on the front lines. We are utilizing knowledge of medicine, science, epidemiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology to treat our patients. Each patient is unique, with a unique set of conditions that requires a unique treatment plan. Physicians are often first to identify new, potentially life saving treatments.

Physicians and others in related professions are increasingly being discouraged from engaging in open professional discourse and the exchange of ideas about new and emerging diseases, not only endangering the essence of the medical profession, but more importantly, more tragically, the lives of patients.

Physicians and people of conscience all over the world must act with a single voice to stop the authoritarian behavior directed at the medical profession.

Please go to the link below and read the Physicians Declaration to the Hippocratic Oath. Consider signing the document. If you would pass this message on to others, so that they can also can support the physician’s right to treat patients, it would mean a great deal to the cause.

Dr. Robert Malone

International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists

September, 2021

[UPDATE: as of noon ET on 9/22 over 1,800 doctors & scientists have signed the Declaration. Please join us by reading and signing below.]

We the physicians of the world, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the profession of medicine as we know it is at a crossroad, are compelled to declare the following;


WHEREAS, it is our utmost responsibility and duty to uphold and restore the dignity, integrity, art and science of medicine;

WHEREAS, there is an unprecedented assault on our ability to care for our patients;

WHEREAS, public policy makers have chosen to force a “one size fits all” treatment strategy, resulting in needless illness and death, rather than upholding fundamental concepts of the individualized, personalized approach to patient care which is proven to be safe and more effective;

WHEREAS, physicians and other health care providers working on the front lines, utilizing their knowledge of epidemiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology, are often first to identify new, potentially life saving treatments;

WHEREAS, physicians are increasingly being discouraged from engaging in open professional discourse and the exchange of ideas about new and emerging diseases, not only endangering the essence of the medical profession, but more importantly, more tragically, the lives of our patients;

WHEREAS, thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease. Physicians are now advising their patients to simply go home (allowing the virus to replicate) and return when their disease worsens, resulting in hundreds of thousands of unnecessary patient deaths, due to failure-to-treat;


WHEREAS, this is not medicine. This is not care. These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS:

RESOLVED, that the physician-patient relationship must be restored. The very heart of medicine is this relationship, which allows physicians to best understand their patients and their illnesses, to formulate treatments that give the best chance for success, while the patient is an active participant in their care.

RESOLVED, that the political intrusion into the practice of medicine and the physician/patient relationship must end. Physicians, and all health care providers, must be free to practice the art and science of medicine without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action, including possible loss of licensure and hospital privileges, loss of insurance contracts and interference from government entities and organizations – which further prevent us from caring for patients in need. More than ever, the right and ability to exchange objective scientific findings, which further our understanding of disease, must be protected.

RESOLVED, that physicians must defend their right to prescribe treatment, observing the tenet FIRST, DO NO HARM. Physicians shall not be restricted from prescribing safe and effective treatments. These restrictions continue to cause unnecessary sickness and death. The rights of patients, after being fully informed about the risks and benefits of each option, must be restored to receive those treatments.

RESOLVED, that we invite physicians of the world and all health care providers to join us in this noble cause as we endeavor to restore trust, integrity and professionalism to the practice of medicine.

RESOLVED, that we invite the scientists of the world, who are skilled in biomedical research and uphold the highest ethical and moral standards, to insist on their ability to conduct and publish objective, empirical research without fear of reprisal upon their careers, reputations and livelihoods.

RESOLVED, that we invite patients, who believe in the importance of the physician-patient relationship and the ability to be active participants in their care, to demand access to science-based medical care.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has signed this Declaration as of the date first written.

Sign declaration here
 

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More on the AMA traitors:

AMA Teaches Doctors How to Deceive

“It is critical that physicians and patients have confidence in the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines as they become available for public use,” the “AMA COVID-19 Guide” states, adding:2

“To overcome vaccine hesitancy and ensure widespread vaccine acceptance among all demographic groups, physicians and the broader public health community must continue working to build trust in vaccine safety and efficacy, especially in marginalized and minoritized communities with historically well-founded mistrust in medical institutions.”
Indeed, the entire guide is aimed at teaching doctors how to foster confidence in the medical profession in general, as it pertains to treatment of COVID-19, but in particular as it pertains to the experimental COVID shots.
 

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If we want to glimpse Freedom again ALLLLL Licensing has to freaking be thrown in an incinerator. No Driving, Hunting, Medical, Hair Cutting, Real Estate, NO LISCENSES.
 

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More on the AMA traitors:

AMA Teaches Doctors How to Deceive

“It is critical that physicians and patients have confidence in the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines as they become available for public use,” the “AMA COVID-19 Guide” states, adding:2


Indeed, the entire guide is aimed at teaching doctors how to foster confidence in the medical profession in general, as it pertains to treatment of COVID-19, but in particular as it pertains to the experimental COVID shots.
I worked in an ER for 2yrs. The major thing I noticed was NOT ALL DOCTORS ARE SMART.
One E.R. Doc. told me an inside joke, "What do they call the medical intern with the lowest scores of his class ? "DOCTOR".
When WuFlu first began to be the hot topic and PLANNED-DEMIC I had a DR. Appoint. to go to. All medical buildings required "Masks to Be Worn in this Facility".
I walked in with my "FAUCI 4 PRISON" mask on. (The medical assistant loved it. I could see her eyes smiling)
When doc walked in for my examine. He looked at the mask and said "I guess I don't have to ask you if you are interested in the vaccine" ?
 

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If we want to glimpse Freedom again ALLLLL Licensing has to freaking be thrown in an incinerator. No Driving, Hunting, Medical, Hair Cutting, Real Estate, NO LISCENSES.

I’ve got my eye on Biden ignoring the SCOTUS remain in Mexico ruling,

If he openly flouts a clear ruling that’s when I feel I don’t need to follow federal law anymore. I’m being patient waiting ken Paxton to finish reviewing it but seems clear to me

What court do you appeal to, to compel the executive?

Seems a bit of an undiscussed constitutional crisis
 

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----> https://irp.nih.gov/pi/christine-grady

"Dr. Christine Grady is chief of the Clinical Center's Department of Bioethics. Her research contributions are both conceptual and empirical and are primarily in the ethics of clinical research, including informed consent, vulnerability, study design, recruitment, and international research ethics, as well as ethical issues faced by nurses and other health care providers. Dr. Grady has written widely in books and scholarly journals on topics in bioethics, HIV disease, and nursing."
You know they are Baphomet royal pharaohs and they are reversed? If is dressed like a male it is bitch dressed like female it is sissy male.
 

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Why Do Doctors Go Along with COVID Panic Porn and CDC Prescriptions?

 

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I found the NSW "roadmap" surprising, they're going back to "normal" on December 1:

 

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"Damn You To Hell, You Will Not Destroy America" - Here Is The 'Spartacus COVID Letter' That's Gone Viral​


BY TYLER DURDEN
MONDAY, SEP 27, 2021 - 12:00 AM
Via The Automatic Earth blog,
This is an anonymously posted document by someone who calls themselves Spartacus. Because it’s anonymous, I can’t contact them to ask for permission to publish. So I hesitated for a while, but it’s simply the best document I’ve seen on Covid, vaccines, etc. Whoever Spartacus is, they have a very elaborate knowledge in “the field”. If you want to know a lot more about the no. 1 issue in the world today, read it. And don’t worry if you don’t understand every single word, neither do I. But I learned a lot.

The original PDF doc is here: Covid19 – The Spartacus Letter
 

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The original letter is being wiped as I write (and have my coffee), but I grabbed it before the goons did the nasty on it.
 

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"Damn You To Hell, You Will Not Destroy America" - Here Is The 'Spartacus COVID Letter' That's Gone Viral​


BY TYLER DURDEN
MONDAY, SEP 27, 2021 - 12:00 AM
Via The Automatic Earth blog,
This is an anonymously posted document by someone who calls themselves Spartacus. Because it’s anonymous, I can’t contact them to ask for permission to publish. So I hesitated for a while, but it’s simply the best document I’ve seen on Covid, vaccines, etc. Whoever Spartacus is, they have a very elaborate knowledge in “the field”. If you want to know a lot more about the no. 1 issue in the world today, read it. And don’t worry if you don’t understand every single word, neither do I. But I learned a lot.

The original PDF doc is here: Covid19 – The Spartacus Letter
 

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Another member & I have both each received our orders from emedsmart.com - India - no prescriptions - 2 weeks... (I have another order "being tracked India Post, and one "being processed".)
- So far, reliable.
Any question as to the safety of the product? Quality?
 

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3,000 Physicians, Scientists Sign Declaration Accusing Governments of “Crimes Against Humanity” Through Covid Regime

More than 3,000 physicians and scientists have signed onto a ‘Physician’s Declaration’ fiercely criticizing governments and societal institutions for restricting genuine debate and discussion on mitigating and treating the coronavirus as of Friday evening.



The declaration was pioneered by Dr. Robert W. Malone, a scientist credited with inventing the mRNA vaccine technology utilized in the developing coronavirus vaccines. Dr. Malone had hosted a three-day Global Covid Summit in Rome, Italy, comparing experiences with other medical and scientific professionals in the coronavirus pandemic and criticizing authoritarian responses to the disease on the part of world governments.

bigleaguepolitics.com/3000-physicians-scientists-sign-declaration-accusing-governments-of-crimes-against-humanity-through-covid-regime/
 

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She is crazy.

 

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^ Don't think I've ever seen such a deluded and warped unit as that woman.
 

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Where is the msm? Must be cuz he's black.


How Ivermectin Saved Louis Gossett Jr. from Dying of COVID-19​

When Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. walked out of an Atlanta hospital sick with COVID, he reached out to Florida Keys Dr. Bruce Boros, who would save his life.​


Dr. Bruce Boros with Louis Gossett Jr. in Atlanta at Gossett’s 85th birthday party on May 27. “Any particular reason you want me to come up?” Boros asked when he got the invitation. “I wouldn’t be having a birthday party if you hadn’t saved my life,” Gossett replied.
Academy Award-winner Louis Gossett Jr. is best remembered as the tall and straight-as-a-sword, old-school Marine Corps drill instructor in An Officer and a Gentleman, barking commands at fresh-faced Naval Officer aviation wannabee Zack Mayo (Richard Gere). Late last December, Gossett created national news for walking out of a suburban Atlanta hospital. Sick with COVID-19 for about a week, he’d spent two fearful days deteriorating on the COVID-19 ward. He didn’t want the ward’s walls to be the last thing he saw before dying.
“I watched the best doctors and nurses in the world doing all they could to help people sick with COVID,” he says in a telephone interview. “Doctors and nurses were stressed out from the strain of taking care of COVID patients and working long hours. I saw desperation in their eyes. My sense of security just left me.”
“The pandemic hit our country like a big bomb went off,” he adds. “I saw people dying in hospital beds. I thought I’m going to die with them. I could do better outside. I got out of bed and walked out of the hospital.”
His grown son, Satie Gossett, lived outside Atlanta and took him home on December 29, 2020—a day coinciding with a nationwide spike in the coronavirus, totaling 19.9 million people, and a reported 633,000 confirmed cases in Georgia, which topped 10,000 deaths. Gossett was home with no medical care. He was eighty-four years old with significant co-morbidities and getting sicker by the hour. The deadly inflammatory phase of COVID was blooming in his lungs.
Word of the aging actor’s dire health flashed around the entertainment industry, where he has been a leading player for decades and a mentor to young actors. His Facebook page received some 10,000 responses. Fans around the world prayed for the beloved figure, the first black actor in history to win an Academy Award as best supporting actor.
A native of the Brooklyn neighborhood home to actor Harvey Keitel and playwright Arthur Miller, Gossett grew to an imperial six-feet-four and was fast on his feet playing basketball. He earned a scholarship to play for New York University but subsequently left sports for theater. His credits include an Emmy Award for his 1977 role in Alex Haley’s miniseries Roots and, most recently, another Emmy in HBO’s nine-episode series Watchmen. He also founded the not-for-profit Eracism Foundation, dedicated to racial equality by fighting ignorance and apathy.
Now, with Gossett’s life at stake, his friends went into action. One of his protégés, Michele Shay, a Tony Award-nominated actress and a professor at the University of Southern California School of the Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, learned that Gossett had walked out of the hospital because COVID-19 patients around him were dying. “I freaked out,” she says.
She called Jeremy Boros, a former student of hers at New York University’s Atlantic Theater Company who was now an aspiring actor and producer living in West Hollywood. Boros had been posting on Facebook, before vaccines were available, that his father, a prominent physician in the Florida Keys, was using an effective alternative medial therapy for treating patients with COVID-19: ivermectin. “I mentioned that my dad had been doing a lot of research about another drug that helped to treat COVID,” he says.
Shay asked Jeremy if his father could phone her friend, a famous actor who was in desperate need of help, and give him urgent medical care.

Louis Gossett Jr., starring in An Officer and a Gentleman, was the first black actor in history to win a supporting actor Academy Award, in 1983, for his portrayal of tough-as-nails Gunnery Sergeant Emil Foley, here giving life lessons to officer candidate Zack Mayo (Richard Gere).

Shay, an acclaimed actress in more than twenty productions, says she owed everything to Gossett. “Lou is responsible for my being an actress,” she says in a phone interview. “He literally coached me for my auditions for school at Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama and literally walked me to the audition. I had never been in a play before. He was the first person to tell me I had talent and he brought it out of me. I was terrified for Lou. He is a mentor and a beloved friend. So I put Lou in contact with Jeremy’s dad as quickly as I could.”
Jeremy’s father, board-certified cardiologist Dr. Bruce L. Boros, had been successfully treating COVID-19 patients with an ivermectin protocol that he had created in July 2020, one of the first doctors in the United States to aggressively use ivermectin for COVID.
Ivermectin is an FDA-approved anti-parasitic drug, often used to treat scabies and lice, with a forty-year history as one of the safest drugs in the world. The World Health Organization includes it on its list of a hundred “essential medicines.” In 2015 the Nobel Prize for Medicine went jointly to the drug’s discovers William Campbell, at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey; Satoshi Ōmura, at Kitasato University in Tokyo; and Tu Youyou of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing.
Ivermectin is the generic name for Stromectol, developed in 1981 by pharmaceutical giant Merck. Its patent expired in 1996, and when Boros started his treatments the cost was about five dollars a pill in the U.S. and less than a dollar in the rest of the world. Ivermectin is also used to treat heartworm in dogs and worms and other parasites in horses, cattle, and livestock. But that is far overshadowed by its use in many evolving human illnesses that created its reputation among scientists as a wonder drug for humans, and led to the Nobel Prize for its wide benefit to humanity. In treating COVID-19, prescription ivermectin is administered along with vitamins, antibiotics, and steroids as needed.
Dr. Boros, seventy-one, stands an inch under six feet with a burly build. Miami-born and a second-generation medical doctor, he owns three urgent care centers ranging over 110 miles in the Florida Keys—in Key West, Marathon, and Key Largo—employing seventy medical staff. His care centers were taking a priority over his forty-year cardiology practice when the COVID-19 pandemic swept Florida. Waves of patients complained of fever, severe muscle and joint pain, and extreme difficulty breathing. As the main doctor on the island, he was asked to talk about COVID to the Key West city commission meeting on March 3, 2020, eight days before the WHO declared an official pandemic.
It was two months later, May 2020, when the federal government launched Operation Warp Speed to pursue public-private partnerships with pharmaceutical companies and accelerate the development, manufacture, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
Boros felt the wait for the vaccines would be dangerous and lead to many deaths: “Doing nothing to help patients would be doing harm.”

Christina Boros, here with husband Dr. Bruce Boros and one of their grandchildren, spotted the Monash University study in Melbourne, Australia, demonstrating ivermectin’s role in killing the coronavirus in vitro.

In April 2020, as COVID-19 dominated the daily news, Boros’s wife, Christina Boros, who had been doing ongoing research to help him, directed his attention to an article about a study from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, that demonstrated ivermectin effectively killed the coronavirus in vitro.
In May 2020 Dr. Boros found a large observational study of 1,300 COVID-19 patients in the Dominican Republic published by the renowned cardiologist and internist Dr. José Natalio Redondo, involving clinical observations in three medical centers. The study reported that 99.3 percent of patients presenting COVID-19 symptoms recovered in the first five days with care that included ivermectin. Redondo also noted a marked reduction in the length of hospital stays and a profound reduction in deaths of patients on ventilators.
Dr. Boros called Dr. Redondo and had a lengthy conversation with the Dominican physician, who also has a home in Miami, because “I needed more information from the horse’s mouth.” Boros relates that Redondo told him, “They were having incredible success and tremendous results, with minimal side effects. Ivermectin has occasional uses in the United States, but it was a medication they had been using their entire lives in the Caribbean to treat parasitic diseases and knew how safe it was.”
Boros kept researching. “I felt compelled that if I’m going to run three urgent care centers, then I had to know a lot about COVID,” Dr. Boros says. “I had to become expert from prophylaxis to outpatient treatment.” He was reading everything he could find in medical literature and on the Web about ivermectin as a possible off-label drug with anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties available now that could be used to treat COVID-19 patients.


“And I looked around the (hospital) room and I said this might be the last room I’ll be on Earth, let me get out of here. So I fought it day and night (at home) and I got this avalanche of well wishers. I was blown away; I was touched. People around the world. I call them angels. And one of those angels called and said, “I have something for you.”
~ Lou Gossett Jr., from his FLCCC interview: click here.

He researched ivermectin with the same eagerness he had devoted to his undergraduate years at the University of South Florida followed by the University of Miami Medical School, a medical internship, two years of a medical residency program, and two more years in a cardiovascular fellowship—thirteen years of medical study.
“Ivermectin has been working for decades in other countries on deadly viruses like dengue fever, Zika, Ebola, eastern equine encephalitis, and others,” he says. “These were success stories. And this led me to believe it could be extremely helpful with coronaviruses.”
By July 2020, “I was ready to use it, I was ready to prescribe. And based upon the Helsinki Accord of 1964 [which recommends guiding medical doctors in clinical research based on the doctor’s mission to safeguard the health of the people], since there was no other medication available to treat COVID, and given its incredible safety profile, I was prepared to start treating patients even if it meant I might lose my medical license. I’m not going to let people I know die when I know there is something we can do and the rest of the world is doing it.”
While doctors and government health ministries around the world are using ivermectin to treat Covid with great clinical success and support from many observational studies and randomized controlled trials, critics including the FDA, NIH, and WHO say there’s not enough evidence from large, European or American randomized controlled trials for use to treat the disease. Critics of the critics, like Boros, answer that it’s unethical in a pandemic not to use a safe drug that’s working. Yet on September 2, the American Medical Association called for the “immediate end” to using the drug to treat COVID-19.
“Ivermectin has many big, powerful enemies, and getting the issue of administering ivermectin to patients suffering from COVID-19 seems like the epic battle of David versus Goliath,” Dr. Boros says on a phone call. “I was terribly frustrated that I couldn’t get the word out because it was working.” In an email, he adds: “I need a more aggressive and open-mic forum to get all the truth out! We don’t have a big enough hammer to beat this nail of disinformation in the ground! I’m very sad and frustrated and so limited in expressing my front line experiences.”
In October, Boros discovered the non-profit Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance (www.flccc.net), a worldwide organization led by five renowned U.S. academic critical care doctors who offer leading treatment and prevention protocols that include ivermectin for all stages of COVID.
He found support for his beliefs in ivermectin’s anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties in the FLCCC Alliance’s president, Dr. Pierre Kory, a former University of Wisconsin-Madison medical school professor, and Kory’s mentor, Dr. Paul Marik, a professor at the Eastern Virginia Medical School with an international reputation for clinical research garnered from published books and hundreds of peer-reviewed papers.
“I got in touch with Dr. Kory and we hit it off,” Boros says. It was Dr. Marik who first discovered the “data signal” that ivermectin was being successfully studied and used around the world to battle COVID, and Dr. Kory started the global clamor for ivermectin with his U.S. Senate testimony on December 8, when he strongly urged the drug’s global use based on dramatic benefits in preventing COVID and stopping viral load, hospitalization, and mortality.
While Drs. Kory and Marik were intensivists concentrating on “the sickest of the sick” in the ICU, Boros was providing innovative outpatient care, successfully keeping people out of the hospital and out of intensive care.
By July, Dr. Boros and the staff of his three urgent care centers up the length of the Florida Keys were prescribing ivermectin with protocols that had many similarities to the FLCCC protocols. For every hundred patients tested for COVID-19 at his urgent care centers, thirty-five tested positive. In September he created a test-and-treat protocol to get people started on ivermectin immediately and not wait for results that might take up to eight days, by which time many patients could be critically ill. “Early treatment saves lives,” he says.
“My clinics first checked to see if patients didn’t have a cold or something else before we treated them for COVID,” he says. “If anybody came in with any viral symptoms, we tested them with a nasal swab and sent the tests via FedEx for analysis. We gave them a prescription the same day. Some people were indigent. For them, I bought $7,000 of ivermectin and gave it to those patients.”
On December 29, Dr. Boros was at home and ready to board a boat with his wife, along with his sister and brother-in-law visiting from their home in Virginia, for a 5 p.m. sundown cruise and dinner in the Straits of Florida off the island of Key West when son Jeremy phoned.
“He said he knew of a famous actor who needed medical help,” says Dr. Boros. “I asked him who it was and he said he’s Lou Gossett, Jr. I made it clear to Jeremy that I would help anybody who has COVID. I said, ‘We need to do it now, I’ve got about twenty minutes before the boat leaves, let’s get started.’”
Gossett called Dr. Boros. The actor said he had just walked out of a hospital and asked for help. “We’re talking on cell phones,” Dr. Boros says. “I told him I need for you now to go look at the FLCCC Alliance website (flccc.net) and become briefly familiar with ivermectin. I texted him the website and he went over it. By then I had treated 300 people successfully with ivermectin.”
The actor promptly called back, asking a few questions. “He was very sick, on day eight of COVID, when the lungs start blowing up,” Dr. Boros says. “He had difficulty breathing, couldn’t speak a sentence without stopping to cough. He had pain in his muscles and joints. He was tired. He said he felt like he was going to die. I said give me the telephone number of the pharmacy that’s closest to where you live.”
Dr. Boros asked how much Gossett weighed and took a medical history to clear the pathway to prescribe ivermectin, inquiring about any underlying conditions. It’s public record that in 2010 Gossett had recovered from prostate cancer after early detection. At the time of their phone conversation, vaccinations weren’t available to the public, and Gossett had not had a shot.
In an interview, Gossett recounted their first conversation: “He asked: ‘how was I doing?’ I said I was desperate.”
Dr. Boros phoned Gossett’s pharmacy with the ivermectin prescription for small three-milligram tablets along with an antibiotic that had two properties—one as an anti-viral, and the other to help absorb zinc, a major component of killing viruses. Gossett’s son Satie drove to the pharmacy and picked up the prescriptions while the doctor joined his wife and their guests for the planned sunset dinner cruise.
“I called him at eleven o’clock that night to see how he was doing,” Dr. Boros says. “He said pretty good.” Gossett said in another interview that he was amazed that the brain fog COVID often causes had already dissipated. “I told him to take the pills again tomorrow. I called him two or three times a day like I do with all very sick patients. I called him in the middle of the next day and asked how he was doing. He said he was doing good. His voice sounded stronger. He was substantially improved.”
Gossett took six ivermectin pills one day and eight pills the next day. “I felt much better,” he says. “After four days, I went to a clinic that people recommended. I was told that I didn’t have COVID anymore.”
When the vaccine became available, Gossett said he and his son got their shots.
Gossett said he walked out of that hospital “because there was death in the air.” The doctor and the actor celebrated warmly at the actor’s eighty-fifth birthday party, and have remained close friends.
Gossett calls Dr. Boros “the angel that saved my life.”

The Angel That Saved My Life​

You can see the actor’s heartfelt testimony here on Dr. Boros’s Facebook page.

 

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How Ivermectin Saved Louis Gossett Jr. from Dying of COVID-19​

When Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. walked out of an Atlanta hospital sick with COVID, he reached out to Florida Keys Dr. Bruce Boros, who would save his life.​


Dr. Bruce Boros with Louis Gossett Jr. in Atlanta at Gossett’s 85th birthday party on May 27. “Any particular reason you want me to come up?” Boros asked when he got the invitation. “I wouldn’t be having a birthday party if you hadn’t saved my life,” Gossett replied.
Academy Award-winner Louis Gossett Jr. is best remembered as the tall and straight-as-a-sword, old-school Marine Corps drill instructor in An Officer and a Gentleman, barking commands at fresh-faced Naval Officer aviation wannabee Zack Mayo (Richard Gere). Late last December, Gossett created national news for walking out of a suburban Atlanta hospital. Sick with COVID-19 for about a week, he’d spent two fearful days deteriorating on the COVID-19 ward. He didn’t want the ward’s walls to be the last thing he saw before dying.
“I watched the best doctors and nurses in the world doing all they could to help people sick with COVID,” he says in a telephone interview. “Doctors and nurses were stressed out from the strain of taking care of COVID patients and working long hours. I saw desperation in their eyes. My sense of security just left me.”
“The pandemic hit our country like a big bomb went off,” he adds. “I saw people dying in hospital beds. I thought I’m going to die with them. I could do better outside. I got out of bed and walked out of the hospital.”
His grown son, Satie Gossett, lived outside Atlanta and took him home on December 29, 2020—a day coinciding with a nationwide spike in the coronavirus, totaling 19.9 million people, and a reported 633,000 confirmed cases in Georgia, which topped 10,000 deaths. Gossett was home with no medical care. He was eighty-four years old with significant co-morbidities and getting sicker by the hour. The deadly inflammatory phase of COVID was blooming in his lungs.
Word of the aging actor’s dire health flashed around the entertainment industry, where he has been a leading player for decades and a mentor to young actors. His Facebook page received some 10,000 responses. Fans around the world prayed for the beloved figure, the first black actor in history to win an Academy Award as best supporting actor.
A native of the Brooklyn neighborhood home to actor Harvey Keitel and playwright Arthur Miller, Gossett grew to an imperial six-feet-four and was fast on his feet playing basketball. He earned a scholarship to play for New York University but subsequently left sports for theater. His credits include an Emmy Award for his 1977 role in Alex Haley’s miniseries Roots and, most recently, another Emmy in HBO’s nine-episode series Watchmen. He also founded the not-for-profit Eracism Foundation, dedicated to racial equality by fighting ignorance and apathy.
Now, with Gossett’s life at stake, his friends went into action. One of his protégés, Michele Shay, a Tony Award-nominated actress and a professor at the University of Southern California School of the Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, learned that Gossett had walked out of the hospital because COVID-19 patients around him were dying. “I freaked out,” she says.
She called Jeremy Boros, a former student of hers at New York University’s Atlantic Theater Company who was now an aspiring actor and producer living in West Hollywood. Boros had been posting on Facebook, before vaccines were available, that his father, a prominent physician in the Florida Keys, was using an effective alternative medial therapy for treating patients with COVID-19: ivermectin. “I mentioned that my dad had been doing a lot of research about another drug that helped to treat COVID,” he says.
Shay asked Jeremy if his father could phone her friend, a famous actor who was in desperate need of help, and give him urgent medical care.

Louis Gossett Jr., starring in An Officer and a Gentleman, was the first black actor in history to win a supporting actor Academy Award, in 1983, for his portrayal of tough-as-nails Gunnery Sergeant Emil Foley, here giving life lessons to officer candidate Zack Mayo (Richard Gere).

Shay, an acclaimed actress in more than twenty productions, says she owed everything to Gossett. “Lou is responsible for my being an actress,” she says in a phone interview. “He literally coached me for my auditions for school at Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama and literally walked me to the audition. I had never been in a play before. He was the first person to tell me I had talent and he brought it out of me. I was terrified for Lou. He is a mentor and a beloved friend. So I put Lou in contact with Jeremy’s dad as quickly as I could.”
Jeremy’s father, board-certified cardiologist Dr. Bruce L. Boros, had been successfully treating COVID-19 patients with an ivermectin protocol that he had created in July 2020, one of the first doctors in the United States to aggressively use ivermectin for COVID.
Ivermectin is an FDA-approved anti-parasitic drug, often used to treat scabies and lice, with a forty-year history as one of the safest drugs in the world. The World Health Organization includes it on its list of a hundred “essential medicines.” In 2015 the Nobel Prize for Medicine went jointly to the drug’s discovers William Campbell, at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey; Satoshi Ōmura, at Kitasato University in Tokyo; and Tu Youyou of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing.
Ivermectin is the generic name for Stromectol, developed in 1981 by pharmaceutical giant Merck. Its patent expired in 1996, and when Boros started his treatments the cost was about five dollars a pill in the U.S. and less than a dollar in the rest of the world. Ivermectin is also used to treat heartworm in dogs and worms and other parasites in horses, cattle, and livestock. But that is far overshadowed by its use in many evolving human illnesses that created its reputation among scientists as a wonder drug for humans, and led to the Nobel Prize for its wide benefit to humanity. In treating COVID-19, prescription ivermectin is administered along with vitamins, antibiotics, and steroids as needed.
Dr. Boros, seventy-one, stands an inch under six feet with a burly build. Miami-born and a second-generation medical doctor, he owns three urgent care centers ranging over 110 miles in the Florida Keys—in Key West, Marathon, and Key Largo—employing seventy medical staff. His care centers were taking a priority over his forty-year cardiology practice when the COVID-19 pandemic swept Florida. Waves of patients complained of fever, severe muscle and joint pain, and extreme difficulty breathing. As the main doctor on the island, he was asked to talk about COVID to the Key West city commission meeting on March 3, 2020, eight days before the WHO declared an official pandemic.
It was two months later, May 2020, when the federal government launched Operation Warp Speed to pursue public-private partnerships with pharmaceutical companies and accelerate the development, manufacture, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
Boros felt the wait for the vaccines would be dangerous and lead to many deaths: “Doing nothing to help patients would be doing harm.”

Christina Boros, here with husband Dr. Bruce Boros and one of their grandchildren, spotted the Monash University study in Melbourne, Australia, demonstrating ivermectin’s role in killing the coronavirus in vitro.

In April 2020, as COVID-19 dominated the daily news, Boros’s wife, Christina Boros, who had been doing ongoing research to help him, directed his attention to an article about a study from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, that demonstrated ivermectin effectively killed the coronavirus in vitro.
In May 2020 Dr. Boros found a large observational study of 1,300 COVID-19 patients in the Dominican Republic published by the renowned cardiologist and internist Dr. José Natalio Redondo, involving clinical observations in three medical centers. The study reported that 99.3 percent of patients presenting COVID-19 symptoms recovered in the first five days with care that included ivermectin. Redondo also noted a marked reduction in the length of hospital stays and a profound reduction in deaths of patients on ventilators.
Dr. Boros called Dr. Redondo and had a lengthy conversation with the Dominican physician, who also has a home in Miami, because “I needed more information from the horse’s mouth.” Boros relates that Redondo told him, “They were having incredible success and tremendous results, with minimal side effects. Ivermectin has occasional uses in the United States, but it was a medication they had been using their entire lives in the Caribbean to treat parasitic diseases and knew how safe it was.”
Boros kept researching. “I felt compelled that if I’m going to run three urgent care centers, then I had to know a lot about COVID,” Dr. Boros says. “I had to become expert from prophylaxis to outpatient treatment.” He was reading everything he could find in medical literature and on the Web about ivermectin as a possible off-label drug with anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties available now that could be used to treat COVID-19 patients.




He researched ivermectin with the same eagerness he had devoted to his undergraduate years at the University of South Florida followed by the University of Miami Medical School, a medical internship, two years of a medical residency program, and two more years in a cardiovascular fellowship—thirteen years of medical study.
“Ivermectin has been working for decades in other countries on deadly viruses like dengue fever, Zika, Ebola, eastern equine encephalitis, and others,” he says. “These were success stories. And this led me to believe it could be extremely helpful with coronaviruses.”
By July 2020, “I was ready to use it, I was ready to prescribe. And based upon the Helsinki Accord of 1964 [which recommends guiding medical doctors in clinical research based on the doctor’s mission to safeguard the health of the people], since there was no other medication available to treat COVID, and given its incredible safety profile, I was prepared to start treating patients even if it meant I might lose my medical license. I’m not going to let people I know die when I know there is something we can do and the rest of the world is doing it.”
While doctors and government health ministries around the world are using ivermectin to treat Covid with great clinical success and support from many observational studies and randomized controlled trials, critics including the FDA, NIH, and WHO say there’s not enough evidence from large, European or American randomized controlled trials for use to treat the disease. Critics of the critics, like Boros, answer that it’s unethical in a pandemic not to use a safe drug that’s working. Yet on September 2, the American Medical Association called for the “immediate end” to using the drug to treat COVID-19.
“Ivermectin has many big, powerful enemies, and getting the issue of administering ivermectin to patients suffering from COVID-19 seems like the epic battle of David versus Goliath,” Dr. Boros says on a phone call. “I was terribly frustrated that I couldn’t get the word out because it was working.” In an email, he adds: “I need a more aggressive and open-mic forum to get all the truth out! We don’t have a big enough hammer to beat this nail of disinformation in the ground! I’m very sad and frustrated and so limited in expressing my front line experiences.”
In October, Boros discovered the non-profit Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance (www.flccc.net), a worldwide organization led by five renowned U.S. academic critical care doctors who offer leading treatment and prevention protocols that include ivermectin for all stages of COVID.
He found support for his beliefs in ivermectin’s anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties in the FLCCC Alliance’s president, Dr. Pierre Kory, a former University of Wisconsin-Madison medical school professor, and Kory’s mentor, Dr. Paul Marik, a professor at the Eastern Virginia Medical School with an international reputation for clinical research garnered from published books and hundreds of peer-reviewed papers.
“I got in touch with Dr. Kory and we hit it off,” Boros says. It was Dr. Marik who first discovered the “data signal” that ivermectin was being successfully studied and used around the world to battle COVID, and Dr. Kory started the global clamor for ivermectin with his U.S. Senate testimony on December 8, when he strongly urged the drug’s global use based on dramatic benefits in preventing COVID and stopping viral load, hospitalization, and mortality.
While Drs. Kory and Marik were intensivists concentrating on “the sickest of the sick” in the ICU, Boros was providing innovative outpatient care, successfully keeping people out of the hospital and out of intensive care.
By July, Dr. Boros and the staff of his three urgent care centers up the length of the Florida Keys were prescribing ivermectin with protocols that had many similarities to the FLCCC protocols. For every hundred patients tested for COVID-19 at his urgent care centers, thirty-five tested positive. In September he created a test-and-treat protocol to get people started on ivermectin immediately and not wait for results that might take up to eight days, by which time many patients could be critically ill. “Early treatment saves lives,” he says.
“My clinics first checked to see if patients didn’t have a cold or something else before we treated them for COVID,” he says. “If anybody came in with any viral symptoms, we tested them with a nasal swab and sent the tests via FedEx for analysis. We gave them a prescription the same day. Some people were indigent. For them, I bought $7,000 of ivermectin and gave it to those patients.”
On December 29, Dr. Boros was at home and ready to board a boat with his wife, along with his sister and brother-in-law visiting from their home in Virginia, for a 5 p.m. sundown cruise and dinner in the Straits of Florida off the island of Key West when son Jeremy phoned.
“He said he knew of a famous actor who needed medical help,” says Dr. Boros. “I asked him who it was and he said he’s Lou Gossett, Jr. I made it clear to Jeremy that I would help anybody who has COVID. I said, ‘We need to do it now, I’ve got about twenty minutes before the boat leaves, let’s get started.’”
Gossett called Dr. Boros. The actor said he had just walked out of a hospital and asked for help. “We’re talking on cell phones,” Dr. Boros says. “I told him I need for you now to go look at the FLCCC Alliance website (flccc.net) and become briefly familiar with ivermectin. I texted him the website and he went over it. By then I had treated 300 people successfully with ivermectin.”
The actor promptly called back, asking a few questions. “He was very sick, on day eight of COVID, when the lungs start blowing up,” Dr. Boros says. “He had difficulty breathing, couldn’t speak a sentence without stopping to cough. He had pain in his muscles and joints. He was tired. He said he felt like he was going to die. I said give me the telephone number of the pharmacy that’s closest to where you live.”
Dr. Boros asked how much Gossett weighed and took a medical history to clear the pathway to prescribe ivermectin, inquiring about any underlying conditions. It’s public record that in 2010 Gossett had recovered from prostate cancer after early detection. At the time of their phone conversation, vaccinations weren’t available to the public, and Gossett had not had a shot.
In an interview, Gossett recounted their first conversation: “He asked: ‘how was I doing?’ I said I was desperate.”
Dr. Boros phoned Gossett’s pharmacy with the ivermectin prescription for small three-milligram tablets along with an antibiotic that had two properties—one as an anti-viral, and the other to help absorb zinc, a major component of killing viruses. Gossett’s son Satie drove to the pharmacy and picked up the prescriptions while the doctor joined his wife and their guests for the planned sunset dinner cruise.
“I called him at eleven o’clock that night to see how he was doing,” Dr. Boros says. “He said pretty good.” Gossett said in another interview that he was amazed that the brain fog COVID often causes had already dissipated. “I told him to take the pills again tomorrow. I called him two or three times a day like I do with all very sick patients. I called him in the middle of the next day and asked how he was doing. He said he was doing good. His voice sounded stronger. He was substantially improved.”
Gossett took six ivermectin pills one day and eight pills the next day. “I felt much better,” he says. “After four days, I went to a clinic that people recommended. I was told that I didn’t have COVID anymore.”
When the vaccine became available, Gossett said he and his son got their shots.
Gossett said he walked out of that hospital “because there was death in the air.” The doctor and the actor celebrated warmly at the actor’s eighty-fifth birthday party, and have remained close friends.
Gossett calls Dr. Boros “the angel that saved my life.”

The Angel That Saved My Life​

You can see the actor’s heartfelt testimony here on Dr. Boros’s Facebook page.


Thanks for posting this one UT. I’m going to download and read offline.

I did want to be the first to say Mayo-Naise though ;)
 

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(9) Teach people that the law is the final word so that they believe that anything legal is moral and anything illegal is immoral. The bankers have flipped the paradigm of morality on its head by convincing people that anything legal is moral and anything illegal is immoral when in fact, many things they have legislated as illegal is still moral and many things they have legislated as legal is highly immoral.

If truly moral people ran the world, probably 50% of the things legislated as legal would become illegal and 50% of the things legislated as illegal would become legal overnight. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime 2012 World Drug Report, heroin, cocaine, and all other “illegal” drugs killed about 200,000 people last year. On the contrary, an estimated 100,000 to 450,000 deaths occur from “legal” prescription drugs every year in the United States alone, and in 2009, “legal” prescription drugs were responsible for 4.5 million hospital visits. However, due to a lack of focus by law enforcement agencies on “legal” drugs, accurate statistics of deaths from legal pills varies widely, and if I had to guess, I would say that the Big Pharma lobbyists do everything in their power to suppress the true number of deaths every year that occur globally due to their “legal” drugs. Thus, the War on Drugs is more about the parties that profit from it than about a desire to abolish the murder and crime associated with it. There really should be a War on All Wars instead. Because of the creation of unthinking sheep that our education system produces, far too many people today react instinctively by thinking that anything illegal is wrong and that anything legal is right, thus diminishing their ability to recognize that our modern banking system amounts to a legalized institution of financial slavery.

From The 9 Step Process Bankers Use to Force Global Slavery Upon Humanity.

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BREAKING NEWS: CHAIRMAN OF TOKYO MEDICAL ASSOCIATION TELLS DOCTORS TO PRESCRIBE IVERMECTIN FOR COVID TREATMENT!!!!​

WORLD NEWSDESK 26 AUGUST 2021

The Chairman of the Tokyo Medical Association held a Press Conference today to announce the anti-parasite medicine Ivermectin seems to be amazingly effective at stopping COVID-19. He publicly recommended to ALL Doctors in Japan to immediately begin using Ivermectin to treat COVID.
 

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