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ewloe
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In Japan, they allowed ivermectin and cases slumped right away.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1GF0H9V_1g

Perhaps it is a wonder drug?

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Cheers Ewloe, John's a decent old boy.

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ewloe
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Dr Peter Mcculough is a notorious vaccine alarmist, who has his own specific section in wikipedia on his cOVID-19_misinformation

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_A._McCullough#COVID-19_misinformation

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Laughable, don't you think?  Do you never question all this culture of censorship and disinformation.  When someone like McCullough is attacked you really begin to realise the institutional forces being used to create this toxic reality.  Disordered people often project their own disposition onto their targets.  Attacking McCullough as a source of misinformation is an instance of the kettle calling the pot black.  At what point do you not begin to question this culture that is being produced?  If McCullough is not a trustworthy source of information then I would like to know who wikipedia would deem as one.

  But you do little other than diminish.  Problem with that interpersonal strategy is you end up discrediting yourself.

  I am not sure there are many with the authority and integrity to offer a way out of this atrocious political mess, people like McCullough are the few sources of hope for the restoration of rational institutions that offer the hope of treatments informed by science and moral principle.  This pandemic has been a calamity from the perspective of social justice and without people like McCullough there may be no way back to mundane sources of human civility that ensure safety and a modicum of decency in public institutions.

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  But you do little other than diminish.  Problem with that interpersonal strategy is you end up discrediting yourself.

 

You missed something important. You failed to mention to whom your toxic remarks are directed. That's because you are so dim.

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@nobody Susan Oliver , demolishing ivermectin myths, better than I can. I dare you to educate yourself

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zWK_-4mfXs

and there are plenty more parts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjIsvafVQzs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4sqEX_29Fc

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