Word is out on Ivermectin in Canada but…
BC doctors being threatened, along with all the usual talking points…
What I found interesting was the indigenous peoples angle. Tying a suggestion that people take some vitamin D to racism is classic.
The Federal NDP leader is starting to talk about the mask and lockdown protestors having “ties to the far right”.
Disabled comments as usual on these Fact Checking Liar articles…
I wonder what percentage of Indigenous got vaccinated. The media paints the picture that they all get it but I saw a poll where only 1/3 of Indigenous trust Bonnie Henry, lowest of any group, so the vaccine rate must be pretty low.
My consuming the entire dose of Ivermectin that I give to my 1400 pound horse would neither be logical nor smart. I don’t think most people would do that, but most people wouldn’t take an entire bottle of aspirin at once either.
No doubts there Mark, given the history of colonial genocide with their smallpox infected blankets, forced residential schools etc etc.
Seriously, how many Indigenous people will trust any of this, especially the coercion aspect? Why would anyone trust any of this?!?
“but I saw a poll where only 1/3 of Indigenous trust Bonnie Henry, lowest of any group, so the vaccine rate must be pretty low.”
My introduction to the concept of “conspiracy theory” was a 60 minutes piece in the 90s about “Crazy Stuff That Inner City American Blacks Believe In” (not actual title).
Among the conspiracies was that Church’s Chicken (A KFC like place) puts hormones in the chicken to make black men sterile. The president of the company was black but the people they interviewed thought that was just a decoy.
Another story was about crack being put into America to kill off blacks. But I’d heard that one before.
The tone of the piece was of feeling sorry for people who were so beaten down by the system that they had resorted to some rather strange explanatory narratives.
But yeah, I could see the Natives in Canada not being very impressed with the White Man coming onto the reserve to help… again…
I live in Canada, can you recommend an online supplier to get ivermectin? It seems the liquid horse medication is available, would that be the best? Thanks.
I ordered from them back when they were listed on amazon.ca the package came marked “horse supplies”.
You may be able to get pills from Sunil from S. A. ENTERPRISES who is a vendor on IndiaMart.
But I tried to order HCQ into Canada from him and while he shipped it, Canadian Border Services grabbed it up and sent me a letter saying we arent allowed to import prescription drugs. I may try to order more ivermectin pills from him because supposedly a high percentage of packages do make it over the border.
Be sure to read up on how to dose that horse paste. Most of us here are not doctors or veterinarians. I will say that I have taken it and lived to tell the tale but you are own your on here cowboy.
*edit* And furthermore, you better read up on Ivermectin or any other drug you want to take for yourself. This drug has what real doctors call contraindications.
I bought a few tubes of Panomec Ivermectin horse paste from Brubacher’s Harness Supplies in Ontario.
Now I get regular emails about harness supplies. They’re launching a new website soon. I’m so exited for them. 😀
They were not the only online store I found selling it. If you search for that brand name I’m sure you’ll find more. amazon.ca may have it too, but I like ordering from smaller businesses when I can.
As wotthecurtains said, if you are going to take Ivermectin paste on your own make sure you follow a recommended dosing regimen is and carefully read the instructions on how to portion a single dose for someone of your body weight. You can find some information here, but in the end it’s entirely up to you to know exactly what you are doing. For better or for worse you will be taking your health into your own hands.
Does anyone have a way to get ivermectin in Canada? I ordered from India through Fedex but it was stopped by health Canada. It said Ivermectin on the package.
I think I recall a few PP’ers successfully getting drugs in from India but it came down to the luck of the draw.
Sunil is claiming 80% get through to Canada and he seems honest, yet I cant help but think he has good business reasons to be optimistic.
Another PP’er ordered from Sunil but apparently Canada isn’t accepting anything from India at the moment so its unclear when the package will even get presented to customs.
I’ve been fooling with the idea of finding a freight forwarding company in India or the US which would re-box the package and allow you to fill out your own customs form. But so far, the businesses Ive found seem to be making a point of respecting import controls of the destination country. And Canada is hard to import vitamins into let along prescription meds
So throwing in 3 orders from India at $100 a pop and hoping one gets through may be the best use of time if you can spare the $$$.