Time to just get on with our lives, don’t you think?

Meanwhile, let me draw your attention to this: A Modest Proposal Re Covid by David Archibald. Amongst other things, he writes this:

The problem with covid vaccines is that even if you vaccinate 100%, you will still have an epidemic because they are not efficient enough to prevent it. And we are just a few mutations away from an ‘escape mutant’ for which vaccines will not have any efficacy.

The major pharma companies don’t believe in their vaccines either. Pfizer and Merck are getting ready to launch expensive new anti-viral pills that can provide early outpatient treatment for covid and might perhaps even be used for prevention. At the same time, the medical establishment and Google are running a big smear campaign against ivermectin. Which is a clue.

The pharma companies and their tech company investors are this century’s “great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.” Ivermectin is the main molecule that would thwart that blood funnel.

It has long been theorised in the pharma industry that eradicating a disease is antithetical to maximising profitability.

Eradication of covid is not as difficult or expensive as you may have been led to believe. What happened in India is instructive.

Might be instructive but not as profitable for the major pharmaceutical companies nor as enjoyable for political leaders who like to tell everyone else what to do (and for people who like to be told what to do).

NOW LET ME ADD THIS: COVID Protests Are Sweeping the World. Where’s the Media? There’s a round-the-world round-up. This is from Australia.

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