Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC

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  • Tue, Feb 23, 2021 - 03:33am



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    Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC

I put this in my daily report, but am also cross-posting this to its own thread.  The review is sensational – especially the bit at 29:50 where Dr Kory talks about the meta analysis for Ivermectin & Scabies, which the WHO found as sufficient evidence to recommend ivermectin as a treatment for scabies.

Not to spoil the surprise, but the evidence for Ivermectin &  Scabies was much thinner than the evidence provided for Ivermectin & COVID19.  You just have to see it.  And the presentation is fantastic too.  Dr. Kory is just so utterly authentic.  How about we replace the entire $47 billion NIH with just him?  We could save money, AND hundreds of thousands of lives, all at the same time.

Chris is even mentioned in there as well.  Yay Chris!

Chris and his tireless work on COVID and his daily review of the science saved my sister, her boyfriend (both early outpatient treatment), and my 87-year-old stepfather (close contact prophylaxis – prevention success!) a whole lot of COVID grief.   How many “ounces of silver” is that worth?  It isn’t countable.  All my little goldbug/financial system noodlings can’t possibly measure up.  While all the “financial” stuff at PP was useful and had its place, his COVID work was far more meaningful to me and my family.  His efforts helped to keep the people I care about most from dying.

So I owe Chris.  Wherever he is, and whatever he is doing, for whatever reason, I wish him the best.

This update is for him.  I’m just sorry I didn’t see it earlier.

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    It was a gift to us–Ivermectin Effective for COVID

A brief article on Healio on ivermectin and the FLCCC gang.  Sent to me by a neighbor that I gave horse paste too just after his exposure to COVID (didn’t get sick).

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‘This was a gift to us’: Ivermectin effective for COVID-19 prophylaxis, treatment

Numerous studies have provided evidence supporting the use of ivermectin to prevent and treat COVID-19, according to the Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance.

Paul Marik, MD, FCCM, FCCP, founder of the alliance and a professor and chief of the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School, said that ivermectin “is a safe drug that is exceedingly cheap.

He added that “what is truly remarkable — this was a gift to us — ivermectin has high activity against COVID-19.

In a press conference, researchers said that ivermectin is an FDA-approved anti-parasitic drug that has been available for approximately 40 years and previously earned researchers a Nobel Prize.

Ivermectin is a key factor in the alliance’s I-MASK+ protocol for prophylaxis and early treatment of outpatients with COVID-19. In the protocol, [EditSee updated IVM dosing schedule below–Thanks Brad]  and both groups receive daily doses of vitamin D3, vitamin C, quercetin, zinc and melatonin. For early outpatients with COVID-19, the protocol calls for a dose of ivermectin at 0.2 mg/kg at DAILY for up to 5 days, along with the same daily vitamins and 325 mg per day of aspirin.

During the press conference, Marik said that much of the data available on ivermectin in the treatment and prevention of COVID-19 has been published since August, which was the last time the NIH updated its recommendations for the novel coronavirus.

—— Edit: Up dated Ivermectin dose in the I-MASK+ protocol ——-

Prophylaxis for high risk individuals (but not clinically sick right now)

0.2 mg/kg* per dose — one dose today, 2nd dose in
48 hours, then one dose every 2 weeks

Post COVID-19 exposure prophylaxis (but not clinically sick right now)
0.2 mg/kg* per dose — one dose today, 2nd dose in
48 hours

Early outpatient protocol (actually sick right now):

0.2 mg/kg* per dose — one dose daily, minimum of
2 days, continue daily until recovered (max 5 days)


*This dose is the same dose horses are given making the paste and plunger a handy way to measure it out.

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    Absence of Communication to Site Subcribers

The recent absence from the site by Chris is as understandable as it is justified and my  hope is that it continues for as long as necessary.

The absence of any notifications (discreet when appropriate) from the site admin about material changes in the operation of the site I find rather less understandable.

There seems to be a transparency deficit in communication with site subscribers. Last year there was the issue of phantom videos by Chris which would appear on You Tube but not on PP (or only at a later date) that was questioned by a number of members but never explained as far as I know.

Now we have the matter of the site being overrun with spam.  It is not something recent and only seems to be getting worse.  How long will it be left undressed?

Site admins? Adam?

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    Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC

BTW- just an aside, I have had success with the paste surrounded with a home made caramel, kind of like a ravioli. goes down easy…

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    Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC

Wait, does the horse paste work as well as the pill kind? Because the pill kind is really expensive relative to the horse paste, and harder to get a hold of to boot. Dave, did your family use the paste or prescription pills?

  • Tue, Feb 23, 2021 - 09:58am

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    Reply To: Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC

Love the idea of replacing the NIH (or at least Fauci) with Dr Kory.

I’ve been wondering if the world would eventually turn on Fauci, like they have Cuomo.   Many of us know the NIH was financing coronavirus research at the Wunan lab, but how many remember the good Dr Fauci also suppressed treatment of AIDS patients with a cheap generic drug back in the 80s when he was the AIDS Czar?

Whitewashing AIDS History

Dr. Anthony Fauci is rewriting history. He is doing so to disguise his shameful role in delaying promotion of an AIDS treatment that would have prevented tens of thousands of deaths in the first years of the epidemic.

In my book, Body Counts, A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS, and Survival, I recount how slow the federal government was in publicizing the use of Bactrim and other sulfa drugs to prevent PCP (the pneumonia that was then the leading killer of people with AIDS) in addition to its long-time and well-known use to treat PCP.

In 1987, pioneering AIDS activist Michael Callen begged Fauci for help in promoting the use of Bactrim as PCP prophylaxis and issuing interim guidelines urging physicians to prophylax those patients deemed at high risk for PCP.

Fauci: “So what actually happened is that Michael came to me and said you know there is this preliminary activity and some small trials that Bactrim works,” Fauci said. “Would you come out and make a guideline to say it should be used by everybody. And I said ‘Michael I can’t do that but what I can do is help design and make sure that the grantees that we fund do a clinical trial in Bactrim to prove or not that it was safe and effective,’” he said. “But I didn’t blow him off and say I don’t want to issue guidelines. The fact is that’s neither within my purview nor within the responsibility or authority I have to issue guidelines.”

He could easily have advocated awareness of the preventive treatment, as the de facto federal AIDS Czar, his influence was and is enormous.

Had Fauci listened to people with AIDS and the clinicians treating them, and responded accordingly, he would have saved thousands of lives. In the two years between 1987, when Callen met with Fauci and 1989, when the guidelines were ultimately issued, nearly 17,000 people with AIDS suffocated from PCP. Most of these people might have lived had Fauci responded appropriately.

Fauci refused to acknowledge the evidence and, according to one account, even encouraged people with AIDS to stop taking treatments, like Bactrim, that weren’t specifically approved for use in people with AIDS. Longtime treatment activist Richard Jefferys wrote in 2001 that Fauci “went as far as telling activists attending a 1987 meeting that there was no data to suggest PCP prophylaxis was beneficial and that it may, in fact be dangerous.”  Fauci’s close colleague, Dr. Samuel Broder, who was head of the National Cancer Institute, even suggested — in the absence of any evidence at all — that the newly introduced antiretroviral, AZT, would make prophylaxis against PCP redundant!


Sound familiar?   Our COVID Emperor has no clothes!  Should be nick-named Dr NO!   No outpatient therapeutics for you!

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Well it wasn’t just horse paste.  It was horse paste on a *cracker*.  Which, no doubt, made all the difference.

From what I understand, some vets “routinely” use vet medicines in their personal lives.  That’s kind of how this whole thread got started, many moons ago.


Yes, Two-Mask Fauci has been working this particular vein for decades.  I had no idea until COVID.  I too wonder if someday he will be revealed.  He seems to be covered in teflon.  He can get away with literally anything, and he won’t be challenged – except by those disinformation specialists at Fox, who at least for the moment operate outside the mainstream narrative.

This suggests to me he’s protected by some powerful forces.  One wonders what he has had to do for them over the course of his 40 years of “government service.”


There seems to be a transparency deficit in communication with site subscribers.

I too am struck by the sudden lack of FLCCC content reporting starting – when was it – earlier this month?  I really wanted to see that video where he flew to Texas to interview the FLCCC doctors.

Speaking of Fauci and powerful forces – “something” or “someone” sure seems to be working overtime to stop those doctors from getting their message of hope out to the world.

We all hope that good wins over evil in the end.  But the path from here to there is always fraught with difficulty.

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    Fauci, what a piece of work

…and why are we being vaccinated?


Don’t dine indoors.

Don’t go to theaters.

Don’t travel.

Don’t congregate.

Continue wearing masks.

Stand on one foot and bark like dog.

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    This is what I would tell Fauci

You can go fuck yourself asshole.  Why is it again that we are supposed to get vaccinated?  And tell me again why these mRNA products are called a vaccine?!

When are we, as a society, going to stand up and push back at the obvious ongoing medical tyranny?

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    Same Ole Game Plan

Thanks for posting that link, Dave. Looks like FLCCC is chinking away the armor.

There were only 6 comments under the video, so I read them. I’ll copy the last comment and reply. Bolding is mine.

Trevor Gilmore wrote:

Do you guys have any updates on if or when Monash researchers will publish their Calu3 data. People keep dismissing ivermectin based on their initial publications but their later research is crucial and remains unpublished as far as I know.

Anthony Mumford replied:

Is it possible that the initial Monash in vitro trial was intentionally designed to sink ivermectin for good? That trial is generally used as an excuse not to consider ivermectin. Because of the absurd concentrations. Universities and research centres are continuously funded by big pharma. Not just for trials but also for research papers. We need to find researchers who are not affiliated with the pharmaceutical gravy train. It is too easy for big pharma to pull levers and call in favours. In the future we will look back on this pandemic in shame.Hydroxychloroquine was sunk by badly designed trials. It’s truly amazing that remdesivir got approved when it is useless. And dexamethosone got approved when it is inferior. Big pharma deserves 500,000 gold stars for its efforts. One for each covid death in the usa.

Another thought about Fauci. I’ve read that his organization received significant funding from the gates foundation. I’m sure that funding was offered without any overt strings attached; however, it’s understood that future funding is totally dependent on past performance. That funding doesn’t just go to Fauci. It supports the whole organization – along with the staff and their families. Doing the right thing for the general public could harm people he’s worked with for decades.

I don’t know if this is actually happening in his decision-tree. I know I would certainly weight impacts to valued-coworkers much higher than impacts to the general public. At his level, decisions are rarely purely black/white. The nuances become significant. If he were sociopathic, he wouldn’t have to belabor the consequences to others. He may be trapped in a cage of his own design. I’m not excusing his actions – just trying to ascertain his motivations.

He’s the highest paid US public employee and has a responsibility to the public that pays his salary. He’s shirking that responsibility! As a result, 10s to 100s of thousands of people have needlessly died. Would prohibiting private donations to any governmental agency keep this from happening? I doubt it. The big boyz will use whatever tool they have available to get bigger. That’s how they “win” the game.


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