The Case for Ivermectin

in Informationwarlast year (edited)

For my own reasons I wanted to collect source material favourable for the case for Ivermectin. There currently seems to be a wave of anti-Ivermectin stories and I believe in a need to present the alternative account.


From before the WHO called this a pandemic I have been following the work of Dr Chris Martenson and Peak Prosperity. Due to his background in toxicology (he has a PhD in neurotoxicology from Duke University) the channel swiftly focused on the Covid-19 story.

Through following his work I have learnt about how we need to read scientific papers using critical analysis. So many of the mainstream studies that are being reported in the newspapers just did not stand up to any scrutiny. Indeed many proved to be outright lies.

For the time being Dr Chris Martenson’s videos are still available on YouTube – but due to encroaching censorship this may not be the case much longer.

  • My first source then is from Peak Prosperity back in July 2020 when he looked at the already growing body of evidence in favour of Ivermectin's use against Covid-19.
  • My next source is a documentary that gives you more of an historical background to Ivermectin, hence it's called The Ivermectin Story. I hope the link works.

I came across this documentary on The Solari Report’s telegram page. Headed up by Catherine Austin Fitts (former Treasury official under Bush), she is at the forefront of solutions based research. A look in her library, is to take a first class ticket on the red pill.

  • My third source comes from the Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC). They are what it says on the tin – doctors on the frontline. They include notably Dr Pierre Kory and Professor Paul Marick. Their website contains a wealth of information.

Dr Pierre Kory testifying before US Senate - WSJ
Despite having busy practices these Drs have tirelessly spread the word in regards to how effective they have seen Ivermectin work with their own eyes. Dr Pierre Kory testifies in front of the Senate only for YouTube to remove it, as reported in the Wall Street Journal (link as above).

Surely anecdotal evidence must be considered to be useful during a pandemic when it is coming from the doctors on the frontline?

  • This is the FLCCC very useful summary of the evidence so far for Ivermectin and it's use within a treatment protocol currently known as I-MASK-+

  • Source number 4 is a recent article on that has exposed a fake news story run by Rolling Stone magazine surrounding Ivermectin.

Many similar stories are being propagated by media outlets involving supposed dangers to people eating horse worming medication.

  • Source 5 is an article which makes the point (with plenty of sources) that there is currently a mass propaganda campaign against Ivermectin and challenges the official story which is claiming hospitals are being filled up by people overdosing on Ivermectin.

Despite living in a globalised world many people have little knowledge of what is going on in other countries. Over twenty countries around the world are currently using Ivermectin to treat Covid-19. Including Mexico, Portugal, Czech Republic and Egypt among others.

  • So my sixth source is a short video of the Japanese medical profession advocating Ivermectin’s immediate use in Japan.

I have attempted to draw a range of sources together that I hope show that there is an untold story going on. I will leave you to draw your own conclusions as to why that may be.

And naturally just to be sure I am not an MD I am only advocating for an open discussion which we are not getting at present. You should always consult with your Dr before taking Ivermectin.

However, blindly following scientists can be dangerous to ones health.



We should be following science. It's humans doing naughty things that are the problem. Without science we are lost at sea with no way to determine anything. It is the best way of understanding our world that we've got. Discarding it because people are corrupt is suicidal.

A good source of Ivermectin research I don't see listed here:

Thank you for your addition to the conversation.

I was talking to a friend who lives in Mexico and yes, it is used as treatment there and the people can get it if they want it without a prescription (not that prescriptions really matter in Mexico anyway) and the price for a 4 pack is 68 pesos. I don't know if that is how many you need for a full treatment but i do know that this is about $3.50 which is convenient because I've been waiting to use this meme for quite some time now


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