Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

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  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 11:17am

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    wotthecurtains

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

https://nationalpost.com/news/americans-poisoning-themselves-with-horse-de-worming-drug-to-treat-covid-19

 

…Turns out we are nutjobs for taking it.

 

I was rather hoping for some “diversity” in the comments section, but if they represent a random sample of the population, then Ivermectin continues to have essentially no visibility in the public at this point.

 

On a related subject I noticed the media in cases like this has a tendency to cite an example of someone doing something extreme that no sane person would do as a means to dismiss an entire approach to a problem.   In this case they casually mention people taking the entire syringe and how that could be dangerous.

In my home city a group of anti-lockdown protesters got joined by two guys holding anti-immigration signs and so guess what the coverage was?

 

  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 11:37am

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    guessing those were undercover

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In my home city a group of anti-lockdown protesters got joined by two guys holding anti-immigration signs and so guess what the coverage was?

I’m guessing it was not an accident that two guys showed up with signs.  Read about the FBI COINTELPRO operations during the 60s.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO

If they want your protesters to look bad, this is what they do.

  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 12:15pm

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

@davefairtex

The headline in my city’s paper was “Anti-racism protestors confront anti-lockdown protestors”.   So as you can see, the two causes are as clearly linked as algebra and white-supremacy.

I broke my rule about not commenting on major media sites for this one.  Chris has taught me too much not to give a little something back to the community.  Just marched straight out there and proudly announced that I take horse paste and why.

I’m only gonna engage in ways that would make Dr Kory smile

 

  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 01:35pm

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

I was rather hoping for some “diversity” in the comments section, but if they represent a random sample of the population, then Ivermectin continues to have essentially no visibility in the public at this point.

 

I don’t agree. I’m finding a lot of support in the comment section.

  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 02:19pm

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

“I don’t agree. I’m finding a lot of support in the comment section.”

 

Well, some of that is me (I think Im showing as Default User).   But yeah, there are a few people chiming in now in supportive and semi-sympathetic ways.

 

The rest are typical Canadians (I can say that cuz I am one) laughing at morons who dont understand that the media just gives us the truth because we are good people.

  • Tue, Mar 02, 2021 - 02:55pm

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

Do a bit of digging around – especially death rate per thousands in say India vs United States.  What is “standard treatment” in both countries.  Repeat for numerous additional cases – such as Chiapas in Mexico, Costa Rica, etc.  Draw your own conclusions…  Generally do your own research and act accordingly.

  • Sat, May 08, 2021 - 10:07am

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

As a Canadian this does not surprise me. My friends, family, and co‐workers are oblivious to basic things like taking Vitamin‐D, and they see anyone talking outside the supported mainstream narrative as complete loonies.

I mostly keep what I do personally to combat COVID-19 to myself. I mainly discuss COVID-19 on anonymous forums where I don’t need to deal with personal attacks. If people don’t like what I’m saying they have nothing but a random username to attack.

What I worry about is the point where I can no longer mind my own business and let other people mind theirs. The big one is the vaccines. Will I be forced to take one to travel? Will me not taking a vaccine cause some problem with my friends?

I’m hoping that a year from from now we will either have good evidence that they are safe in the long term, or good evidence that they are not. If they are safe, I will gladly take one. If the public finds out they are clearly not safe, hopefully no one will require me to take one.

  • Tue, May 11, 2021 - 07:22am

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    Update – Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

BC doctors being threatened, along with all the usual talking points… They are trying to keep a lid on this but I see more holes emerging in the leaky dam that is this plandemic. I hope these articles serve to make more people question the narrative, although it may serve to foment the us and them meme.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-doctors-misinformation-covid-19-1.6021489?cmp=rss

 

  • Tue, May 11, 2021 - 07:38am

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    And more… Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

https://thetyee.ca/News/2021/05/11/Reporting-Adverse-Vaccine-Effects-Too-Hard-Says-Doctor/

Bell said B.C. is not alone in taking a poor approach to collecting information on adverse vaccine effects. It appears “hardly any government wants to get information because they’ve designed the information-gathering process to be completely inscrutable and unusable,” Bell said after reviewing the forms used in each Canadian province.

While Ontario’s form is relatively good at a page-and-a-half of concrete, straightforward questions, the one for B.C. is by far the worst, he said.

“It’s absolutely atrocious,” he said. “It’s six pages, most of it is little tick boxes… It’s a useless process and they made it impossible to work and the implicit message is we don’t want you to tell us anything.”

Gee, I wonder why…

 

  • Tue, May 11, 2021 - 07:58am

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    Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…

I read the comments and the overwhelming majority were incredibly intelligent and supportive of IVM. I think that article is interesting because it may actually have been done by someone with the opposite intent — to make a ridiculous red herring argument comparing it to drinking bleach, but at the same time include a link to FLCCC (awesome that they did that), and then allow for the best rebuttals to be displayed right at the top of the comments section. No better way to discredit the official narrative.

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