By Lou Bozada on Jan 18, 2023.
Every day we are inundated with stories about how our government has failed us in one way or the other. Not to mention the numerous alphabet agencies as well.
I must confess the one profession that truly caught me off guard though was the medical profession.
It all began in the spring of 2020, March to be exact. My family and I were heading back home from our vacation in South Carolina. When we received a call from a family member explaining we should stock up on essential supplies, especially since the store shelves were bare back home.
When we inquired about why this was happening, we were told about COVID-19. My instinct was to read as much as I could on the virus. Not to mention researching the known data at the time and best precautionary measures to follow.
Through my research I found the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance, (FLCCC). For my family and I this was the only viable option that made sense to me. And I thank God for them every day.
The FLCCC was founded by a group of leading critical care specialist in March of 2020. This group is dedicated to helping prevent and treat COVID. Each of the founding physicians are all highly published and world-renowned leaders in their fields. For instance, Paul E. Marik MD, FCCM, FCCP, Pierre Kory MD, MPA, and Mobeen Syed MD, MSc, BSc to name just a few.
This is how I discovered ivermectin, you know the “Horse Paste” as they so eloquently call it. Keep in mind ivermectin, like aspirin and penicillin come from nature. It was approved for use in humans in 1987 for underdeveloped countries to fight tropical diseases, like Onchocerciasis, Elephantiasis, strongyloidiasis and scabies. And yes, it is also used to fight parasitic infestations in animals.
Ivermectin has also been used for decades by many healthcare professionals to treat many other diseases. Let us not forget that it has been given over 4 billion times worldwide. It has even been said, “Few, if any, other drugs can rival ivermectin for its beneficial impact on human health and welfare,” wrote Andy Crump in The Journal of Antibiotics in 2017. Crump worked with Satoshi Omura, the Japanese microbiologist responsible for discovering ivermectin, for decades.
The World Health Organization even list ivermectin as an essential medicine. So why all the endless negative reporting on ivermectin? Why was it heavily censored? Why were these heroic doctors penalized and shunned? Especially when they and their many colleagues were the only ones truly following the science.
Why did Fauci, big pharma, CDC, and WHO push this disaster? Is it because ivermectin was so cheap and there was no money to be made? Especially since the patent ran out on it. Think about it, there were billions to be made off of a new drug, right?
Back to the medical profession, since when do we shun other thoughts and ideas about alternative drugs? Science is ever evolving, (systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation, experimentation, and the testing of theories against evidence obtained).
Let us take Dr. Pierre Kory for example, he treated actual patients at their bedside, in the hospital and literally observed their recovery after administering ivermectin and other drugs depending on the stage of the disease. He was not the only one to observe the positive results either. Yet he and most of his colleagues were scrutinized at every turn. Some lost their positions at major hospitals. At times they were even called quacks and killers all because they spoke the truth, from proven results.
Why didn’t more doctors and nurses speak out? Did they believe there were no other options? Were they threatened? I do not have all the answer but I can only assume that at least half must have known, if not more. This is my humble opinion and I have no way to prove or disprove it. Just my gut instinct, the same instinct that told me to avoid the jab.
The shear fact that so many people were sent home with COVID and denied early treatment, who had comorbidities is astonishing to me. Many died at home, where they were sent by their doctors, after being told to come back, only if they had trouble breathing and or their oxygen levels dropped. Hundreds of thousands probably more followed this advice. Only to end up weeks later being admitted to the hospital, severely sick and put on a ventilator then given remdesivir. Some had their lungs explode from the ventilator, others had their organs shut down from remdesivir.
My point? The medical profession failed us and ignored the warnings from the FLCCC as well as THE GREAT BARRINGTON DOCUMENT among others. The fact that they would not even consider the medical advice being shared speaks volumes.
One of the most devastating results that could have happened to us was the complete and utter loss in confidence of the medical field. The distrust the majority of people have about hospitals and doctors now. How do we recover from this?
For the record not all doctors nor hospitals participated in this negligence. But for those who did, where are the apologies to all the families who were affected? Where is the accountability? Is it as easy as saying that you were just following protocol? Did you speak up and question superiors at all? You are in the medical field where things evolve constantly and so should you as medical professionals.
“Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought”
My personal experience with ivermectin is that I know it works. It kicked the snot out of the virus the one time the whole family caught it. Quickly I might add. To this day we take prescribed amounts of ivermectin per our weight as a prophylactic. We never got the jab and we’re all amazingly still alive. Even though we were assured imminent death for our stubbornness.
In closing I would like to say ivermectin is truly a wonder drug. We are finally seeing the tide turn as the facts reveal themselves. To those who defiantly continue to deny ivermectin’s efficacy I respect your right to do so. And I wish you no harm, I only pray that you open your mind to the possibilities it offers, each one of you.
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