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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

I read that it's on permanent backorder here in Canada. Doctors are banned from prescribing it, as well.

You can buy the horse paste on Amazon.ca. I bought a few tubes in December for $11 each. I'm not sure what you'll pay now. You can also look for farm stores in your area.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's why I put free in quotation marks. My biggest pet peeve is people saying we have free medical care here in Canada.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, I don't bother with it either. It's another scam. It's completely ineffective. So, I see what you're saying about it being a possible placebo. My mother got the elderly flu "super vaccine" that they were giving out in Canada last fall, and even the doctor said it was, at best, 46% effective. I don't think it even covered the strains going around. But it's "free" so hey, get in line everyone.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

I do think there are a lot of medical errors and that includes medication errors. But, this saline thing is weird for sure. I've never seen that with the flu vaccine, for instance, which is also given in great quantities and by pharmacists in addition to doctors.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

I thought that was a federal mandate. Wow, good for Kenney, I had no hope for him over the past year.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you, I think it could be really powerful if done correctly.

I'm happy for you to approach the mods, it sounds like you have a good idea on how it should work.

It's time to go on the offensive, I agree - we need to track them.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

I know, he looks like an old lesbian.

Too bad, I really liked him in Beautiful Girls. Luckily I haven't followed his career since then.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think we should set up a forum with permanent threads for all of our politicians and top-level policy people. Then people can add research as they come across it, and everything is in one place.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can get them both from America's frontline doctors if you're in the US. You can just fill out their online form and either request a video/phone consult, or just ask them to mail the meds to you. Then a pharmacist calls you and asks if you want HCQ or IVM and you let her know and about 2 days later it's in your mailbox.

FYI, HCQ is way cheaper than IVM. IVM cost me about $200 but HCQ cost my husband $60.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's a man in his 40s in Canada who died of the AZ shot. He worked with my Sister-in-law:

https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ontario-confirms-first-blood-clot-death-in-man-who-received-astrazeneca-covid-19-vaccine-1.5442160

54-year-old Quebec woman dies of AZ vax:

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/womans-astrazeneca-related-death-in-quebec-is-first-in-canada/ar-BB1g79Rw

How old are they? Canada has banned it for under-55s, and Italy and a bunch of other European countries for under-60s, haven't they?

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paperairplanes 5 points ago +5 / -0

Is that why McDonald's in Taiwan don't sell McNuggets? They know!

Seriously, though, I agree that we need a kind of black swan event, something no one would see coming so they wouldn't be able to stop it. The good news is things can change on a dime - just like the Berlin wall collapsed because of a series of screw ups by officials and then border guards.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the government sent Ivermectin to each citizen as a prophylaxis the pandemic would be over pretty quick. I think it would probably help mitigate this kind of Marek's outcome for covid, as well.

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paperairplanes 2 points ago +2 / -0

If there were actually excessive heatwave deaths it would be because we were on lockdown. During heat waves a lot of people go to malls, movies, etc. to be in the air conditioning. This year that was all banned.

Funny because now it's absolutely freezing in my part of Ontario. Such a miserable July.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for clarifying

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, its the lipid nanoparticles that stray from the site, he mistook the spike protein for the lipids.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's the lipid nanoparticles that stray from the deltoid muscle that is collecting in tissues in the body, not the spike protein. This is what was shown in the Japanese Pfizer data that Dr. Bridle talks about.

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for this. I'm amazed at your memory.

Edited to add: I just looked at the post. Was the only comment that the user imdonaldjtrump made "cofveve"?

How did you get all of your information from that post? It seems like a nonsensical post.

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paperairplanes 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's absolutely global - my son was thrilled to find out a bunch of his classmates are Trump supporters. There's even a guy from Mongolia who loves Trump!

I've never read Macris' work, I look forward to diving into it shortly.

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paperairplanes 10 points ago +10 / -0

Thank you for posting this again. I read it all the last time you posted it, then shared it with my son (he's in university) and he's been sharing it with his friends. He's at an international school so now his friends in Taiwan, China, Japan, the UK, etc. have all been reading it. Gotta spread the word internationally!

Here is Alexander Macris' work that you mentioned: https://archive.is/MEgHH

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paperairplanes 1 point ago +1 / -0

Same with me. I went on a sailboat in the Caribbean for a week with my parents and siblings. Definitely very wholesome, no shadiness whatsoever.

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