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Ivermectin[IVM]... the drug that literally terrifies Big-pharma

(Updated 7 March 2022)

The discovery of IVM


As I write, the virus is working its way through the New Zealand population. The most unwell person on my books is triple-jabbed. Other than that, I see no apparent difference between jabbed and not, although I'd say the jabbed are not doing quite so well. A handful of infected people have taken Ivermectin upon getting infected, and the results are more than convincing. Within hours of taking the first dose, their symptoms improved dramatically. Yet, despite the wealth of evidence, experts and authorities continue to bag this safe and effective medicine and deny access. I think this is criminal harm when the evidence is clear: Ivermectin reduces deaths by about 80%!

Before reading Colin's article below, please watch this shocking short film that outlines what I think is criminal behaviour.

Dear Andy (Short Film)

"Watch the new short film by Oracle Films, Dr. Tess Lawrie recites a letter to Dr. Andrew Hill and asks him what made him turn his back on a potential cure for Covid-19.

In October 2020 Dr. Andrew Hill was tasked to report to the World Health Organisation on the dozens of new studies from around the world suggesting that Ivermectin could be a remarkably safe and effective treatment for COVID-19.

But on January 18th 2021, Dr. Hill published his findings on a pre-print server. His methods lacked rigor, the review was low quality and the extremely positive findings on ivermectin were contradicted by the conclusion. In the end, Dr. Hill advised that “Ivermectin should be validated in larger appropriately controlled randomized trials before the results are sufficient for review by regulatory authorities.”

The researcher seeking a global recommendation on Ivermectin had instead recommended against it. What were his reasons for doing so? Were his conclusions justified? Or were external forces influencing his about-face?

One year on, this film recalls exactly what happened from the perspective of somebody that experienced it first hand; Dr. Tess Lawrie; also featuring contributions from Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Paul Marik who worked closely with Dr. Hill during the same time frame."


A guest article by Colin the Farmer.

Important disclaimer directed at the Thought Police and various other snoops during these times when those who hold unacceptable ideas get punished:

The following article is not medical advice, I'm merely sharing what I know with subscribers to my blog. They are sensible people who are able to think for themselves.

Also, note: Since Colin's original article was written the local vets no longer stock the oral Boehringer product because their suppliers have made it unavailable to them... just another shocking illustration of the power of the global big-pharma cartel.

"Strictly regular use of ivermectin as prophylaxis for COVID-19 leads to a 90% reduction in COVID-19 mortality rate, in a dose-response manner."


How on earth could an innocuous micro-organism discovered under a tree on a Japanese golf course possibly morph into a modern-day miracle drug that is so unbelievably multi-faceted in its applications that it almost defies our imaginations.

It is mindboggling even to begin to get our heads around the fact that this one very mildly synthesised product could well be headed toward becoming the most incredible lifesaver in the history of humanity. Fortunately, "if it seems too good to be true, then it usually is", thankfully, doesn't seem to apply with this particular drug.

Of course, the fact that its single dose cost of manufacture is down to single-digit US cent levels due to it being off-patent is an enormous threat to the Big-pharma collectives balance sheets. Indeed when push came to shove, this product had the potential to wreak havoc on the entire industry.

Until the Covid war came along, there was no great panic and IVM's multi-talents sat there in the shadows. There was no monetary incentive for any of its newfound purposes to be promoted when it was so cheaply produced anyway, let alone the fact that it could be manufactured reliably in ridiculously low-cost input countries like India.

That was until Mr Global foisted Covid, AKA WW3, on humanity, and the cat jumped clean out of the bag. It turned out that IVM was used in about 31 African countries on millions of people to treat onchocerciasis. This use of IVM became a monumental accidental field trial that threw up a massive control group of some 22 countries. No fancy arsed costly industry-funded trials were required. [1] quote:

"In conclusion, in the countries where Ivermectin is distributed to and used by the entire areas, it suggests to lead a reduction in mortality, to accelerate patient recovery and, to avoid death. And this analytical study will suggest that early treatment with Ivermectin may accelerate recovery and prevent worsening of symptoms in patients with mild disease. These findings can be efficiently translated into therapies for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)."

No double-blinded placebo-controlled 'peer reviewed' blah, blah, blah, trials needed either...often, of course, these had a predestined bullshite result anyway. So instead, humanity was provided with a monumental field trial on a plate

Look no further than some of the crap and pseudoscience the vax companies claim as proof of a product for evidence of how completely unreliable these industry underwritten 'trials' can be. Then add in a big dollop of criminal global regulatory capture by the Big-pharma cabal. So too the fact that what were once world-renowned medical journals such as The Lancet that is now embarrassingly exposed [2] as being blatant Big-pharma shills. Add up all these factors, and all we are left with is a lethal hybrid cross between a gambling casino, a wild west show, and a Frankenstein monster that is running amuck globally.

The ever-growing list of IVM applications and [some] approximate timelines

#1 Internal and external parasite control in mammals discovered 1973 sent to Merck laboratories 1974. Avermectins were found and named in 1975. A safer derivative, Ivermectin, was commercialised and released into agricultural markets in 1981.

#2 Registered in 1987 for use in human health and soon gained recognition for its huge future role as a wonder drug for the world's poor. A drug donation program soon after, and since then, billions of doses have been administered. Many of the programs were so successful that the goalposts were changed from controlling some diseases to complete global elimination. Just in 2016 alone, around 325 million doses were used. [3]...quote: "During 1995–2010, it was estimated that the disability-adjusted life years averted via the impact on these non-target diseases added a further 500,000 disability-adjusted life years to the African Programme for Onchocerciasis Control's 19.1 million saved due to Onchocerciasis interventions.

#3 Subsequent discovery that IVM kills the most dangerous malaria-causing parasites.

#4 Controls Myasis/Trichinosis/Leishmaniasis/sleeping Sickness/Schistosomiasis/Bedbugs/Rosacea/

#5 Asthma: quote [3] "A 2011 study investigated the impact of Ivermectin on allergic asthma symptoms in mice and found that Ivermectin (at 2 mg kg−1) significantly curtailed recruitment of immune cells, production of cytokines in the bronchoalveolar lavage fluids and secretion of ovalbumin-specific IgE and IgG1 in the serum. Ivermectin also suppressed mucus hypersecretion by goblet cells, establishing that Ivermectin can effectively curb inflammation, such that it may be useful in treating allergic asthma and other inflammatory airway diseases.'

#6 Nodding Syndrome [NS] a form of epilepsy found in Africa

#7 Many neurological diseases, including

  • Alcohol use disorders

  • Motor neurone disease

  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

#8 Discovery of IVM being a potent anti-inflammatory

#9 2012 they found that IVM had antibacterial activity, including...

  • Preventing infection by Chlamydia

  • Mycobacterial Tuberculosis

#10 Discovery that it is a prophylactic antiviral agent for acute patients

  • Covid-19

  • HIV

  • Dengue

  • Encephalitis

#11 Continuously accumulating evidence that IVM has a significant role to play in prevention and treatment in a variety of cancers... [5a,b,d,e,f,g]

  • Ehrlich carcinoma

  • Melanoma

  • Lymphoid Leukemia

  • Glioblastoma

  • Breast / Prostate/ Pancreatic/ Colon/ Gastric/ Lung/ Cervical /Thyroid/ Hepatoma/ Glioma/Melanoma/ Multiple Myeloma/ Neurofibromatosis tumours

#12 Helping cancer patients with advanced acute cases and who have developed resistance to chemotherapy drugs: quote [3] "Cancer stem cells are a key factor in cancer cells developing resistance to chemotherapies and these results indicate that a combination of chemotherapy agents plus ivermectin could potentially target and kill cancer stem cells, a paramount goal in overcoming cancer." [4c]

#13 Anecdotally so far but consistent reports from people suffering from major depression that they enjoy a significant lift in positivity within 12 hours of their first dose [same dose rate as for viral prophylactic] only personal anecdotes at this stage with no links to help either...

#14 What on earth next?

NB with points #4-#13, any research is likely to be minimal since the Big-pharma collective works research funds will not be forthcoming without revamping the entire industry. In fact, given its current almost complete obsession with profit and shareholder return, there will be far more funds available for dodgy entities to nobble and discredit IVM using designed to discredit 'trials' than there ever would be to reassure humanity as to the breathtaking scope of this drug.

Repurposing drugs, to be used as treatments of conditions that the developer never had the foggiest notion would ever happen, is not in the least unusual and in some Western countries [e.g. Australia] comprise ~ 40% of prescriptions. Of course, a classic example of repurposing is the aspirin product: The original developers probably never guessed that this drug would eventually become a routine go to medication that could massively reduce damage from coronary heart attacks and strokes, primarily when used as early as possible after the event.

Then there is the story of another fascinating repurposed product developed in the Sandwich laboratories of Pfizer Ltd, the UK, in 1989. This one was trialled extensively around the world, including in NZ, to treat several cardiovascular diseases but was subsequently unsuccessful.

The puzzling thing was, though, that when many of the people that were involved in the field trial heard that Pfizer was ending their work, they were clearly peeved enough that many of them contacted the company to try to find out if it was in any way possible to continue to source the drug. Some of those people were right here in Northland, NZ. The word is that the phones were ringing so much that Pfizer decided to dig. Never before had a trial product that had failed been so universally popular with both male [and female] participants, albeit for a completely unexpected reason.

It turns out this was yet another spectacular example of a repurposed product cropping up that became hugely clinically and commercially successful for treating a seemingly unrelated ailment. That product was subsequently marketed as Viagra and, by all accounts, became a widely used drug for treating erectile dysfunction.


So why am I illustrating the animal form of the IVM product when Stromectol, the Medsafe human approved tablet form of the drug, is readily available? Well, for starters, mainly because it is NOT available for many conditions... indeed, the MO'H' has made it almost impossible to obtain it as a Covid prophylactic/acute treatment. As a result, many of us, including multiple members of my own family, have resorted to taking the animal form of the drug in desperation.

For a while, we could buy the illustrated mildly synthesised Boehringer product. But unfortunately, IVM's exclusive patent held by Merck ran out some time ago. So then Big-pharma's shills arranged for the door to be slammed on this option too. Although this product is only listed as an injection, many people had already begun using it as an oral treatment, taken in a large glass of water to help mask the bitter taste.

Meanwhile, farmers had used this method for their working dogs for forty-odd years. NB, we never used this on Border Collie type heading dogs as they can lack the gene that allows their blood-brain barrier to stop the drug from concentrating in the brain and sometimes killing the animal. The other species I know of where this danger applies is with tortoises.

The Human form of IVM... approved in NZ in 2005.


How utterly absurd too that Kiwis are reduced to telling bare-faced lies to obtain Stromectal/IVM on prescription. I know, as I tried with a local GP to get it to protect myself from the earlier Covid variants on a proposed trip to Australia for myself and my partner.

Take one of my attempts to get a prescription for IVM

The local GP, who will remain nameless, had always appeared to be very open to alternative treatment protocols and, as such, looked a pretty safe bet to me. Far be it, though, when it came down to the truly dreadful bogey drug IVM... I naively mentioned the word 'Covid' in my email request, and it immediately became evident that there was not so much as a snowball's chance in hell that she was ever going to consider prescribing it for me. The excuse was that it was off-label for Covid, and as such, she would be placing her career at huge risk prescribing it to me. Her reply:

"Dear Colin,

I had a good read through independent literature about Ivermetacin in use in Covid 19 infections and treatment of severe infections of Covid.

I came to the conclusion that I can't prescribe it.

The initial euphoria of its use (in India and Latin America) subsided completely (in December 20) even more, it was withdrawn early this year.

The idea to use it for prevention is not supported by any evidence nor the treatment in Covid infections. We have no experience whatsoever in bigger groups of patients.

It is a drug used in veterinary medicine, except for some special parasite infections. The dosage isn't clear in human use.

I take a big responsibility if I prescribe medication, especially in OFF Label Use.

I can't do it in this case for Ivermetacin.

I'm sure you will understand my position.

Kind Regards..."

I then sent her emails illustrating the meta-analysis of results from all over the world, proving how safe and effective IVM was. I received no reply. Using a truly hopelessly infiltrated Google' search,' no doubt she had found an article inspired by a WHO Big-pharma shill who had completely trashed IVM's track record in India using bare-faced lies to completely nobble IVM's use in that country and also was fraudulently promoting the vaccines. That same person and the CEO of an Indian vaccine company now face murder charges instigated by the Indian Bar Association. [4 ]