Could it be that ivermectin drug that doctors and pharmacists in the US will be punished for prescribing?
Need recommendation for a Ca doc to prescribe FLCCC protocol (ivermectin plus) and join Lorigo and Tyson in court . Urgent, my friend Bob is in hospital day 17
What dosage was used? At what frequency? Was it used prophylactically or post infection? How many people took it? What ages? Where is the date showing a causal link between IVM use and a reduction in cases? You have none. If you were responsible for gathering the data and could show the link between IVM use and case reduction, you’d be publishing it and basking in the accolade of having squashed the pandemic. That no one is doing this speaks volumes as to the claims being made here. It’s not true.
@SteveKirsch I really am disappointed in your source article for the Japan info. I found that link to be superficial.
I respect you and want to share that I found this info, which helps your case:
The govt of Japan might have the novel idea of caring for the well beings of it's citizen's. Sadly a very different agenda from us
This is not about curing anything and we know it. It is about getting rich, big pharma and control... keeping political and manipulative control. It is about depopulation. It is about one class of people who think their $hit don't stink like the rest of the masses.
Happy New Year!! The fights not over until it is...pleding to not be silent! Thanks for continuing this quest, Steve!
Thank God that Japan, parts of India, and Africa have woken up. Let us pray that the rest of the world will snap out of this evil hypnotic spell we are under before it is too late.
Looking at published medical literature, it was easy to find at least 4 major hospitals in Japan routinely using ivermectin to treat COVID-19 (not in a clinical trial).
Fukushima Medical University, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Yokohama Municipal Citizen's Hospital and Osaka Habikino Medical Center all use ivermectin. This makes it clear that ivermectin is commonly used in Japanese hospitals to treat COVID-19.
Unlike Japan, most people in the US have to go to court to get ivermectin.
From 20,000 coronavirus cases a day to under 500: How did Japan do it?
The LA times is "puzzled" by how Japan did it. The answer is clear as day. They did it the same way as Uttar Pradesh and numerous other Indian states - by using ivermectin.
Is there a stat as to how many in Japan were infected by sar-cov1? If a high percentage, could this lead to immune response for those individuals?
Don't forget Uttar Pradesh, as they've beaten the Wuflu as well.
Although back in the U.S., I have lived in Japan a total of 15+ years and speak Japanese. I watch Japanese TV news regularly. Although I know from friends, etc. that Japan is using Ivermectin, very little about Ivermectin is reported on major network news shows there. Seems like the government is a bit schizophrenic about Ivermectin. Even so, it has saved a lot of people even if the Japanese government is a bit embarrassed about it.
Regarding Steven Martin's comment on the nearing global panopticon, I am currently more interested in focusing on how to avert the continued roll-out of this Agenda. Are there any discussions going on about how to thwart this sinister plan that anyone knows of, or cares to share? Not that we'd want to give good ideas to the Global Crime Center, but I was wondering what the mindset is about the steady push of this Agenda. I am afraid we are getting bogged down in the quagmire of covid and it's sordid solution of poisonous vaccinations, ivermectin, en MSM propaganda, while the crime machinery thunders forward to implement its foul and devastating financial system. Follow the money trail. Any one cares to respond?
Crock of shit, there is no testing in Japan, source? Live here 20+ years. No one is using Ivermectin.
Agree with Jason. I have lived in Japan for 39 years now, and few of my Japanese friends have been tested. That being said, that could be just as much for ineptitude as for insight among leaders ... Hanlon's Razor.
Just a guess, but there is probably a high correlation between economic conditions of a country, other techniques used by power mongers to lead to an authoritarian corporate-state as is modeled by China, and a 'dangerous virus suddenly popping up and sweeping the country'. Even more than the U.S., Australia is the test case for how well accountants will determine the necessity for lockdowns and hollowing out of the middle class.
Was just listening to NHK 'news' today ... and I use that word loosely because Japan's Freedom of Press ranking is ranked even lower than the propaganda model of Anglo Corporate 'journalism' ... but the country is reporting an uptick in the questionably dangerous omicron variant, resulting in hospitalization for even asymptomatic carriers.
Now let's get this straight. People who may have remnants of a virus that produces symptoms similar to the common cold, even if they have NO symptoms, are now slowly being hospitalized, with 'experts' hinting that NPIs (non pharmaceutical interventions such as lockdowns, travel restrictions, etc.) may have to be reconsidered to prevent the overcrowding of hospitals — a hint that a 'dark winter' might be approaching Japan.
Just my cynical guess, but the managers of the corporate nation-state of Japan, are using the plandemic as one of several financial strategies and breaks leading to the same authoritarian model as China's social credit system.
Some of those strategies include:
1 — printing of emergency fiat currency which will first go to the big players who buy up real, natural assets before the total money supply is deflated. There is an 'unexpectedly' big market now for luxury goods such as boats, land, and bug-out cottages outside the major metropolitan areas ... among the increasingly wealthy stock holders, while the working class is finding basic food items, utilities, and rent pushing the limits of their monthly take home.
2 — discount incentives to go to digital cash ... paying for everything from commuter tickets to convenience store goods
3 — discount incentives and 'bureaucratic streamlining' incentives to consolidate personal information into a single number ... now termed 'My Number'. The trend is to consolidate everything from bank accounts to health insurance numbers to pension numbers to drivers' licenses into one centralized number surveilled by the corporate nature state, but opaque to the citizens.
4 — the continued push for biometric data as a personal I.D. ... from fingerprints to facial recognition and the A.I. and hardware to handle it. Slow, but 5G is coming.
5 — the strategic use of an already builit-in neo-Confucian mind-set that is not a meritocracy, but credentialism at best, and more likely to be the same cronyism and nepotism you will see in the West. Though not as famous as Chomsky and Herman's 'Manufacturing Consent', a good Japanese bookend is a collection of academic essays edited by Stephen Vlastos ... 'Invented Traditions of Modern Japan' ... alas only available as a paperback. And yes, a lot of 'traditions' that served the system in general and ruling elite in particular, were bluntly and easily manufactured. Traditions are easier to manufacture than consent in Japan because Japan has never had a bottom up revolution resulting in the same ideals of freedom and individualism similar to the French or American revolution, or the earlier British Magna Carta.
All of this is leading to the same panopticon being pushed by Western 'democracies', but with a more compliant society. Nearly everyone wears masks so as to not upset others, stand out from the crowd, or as virtue signaling to avoid losing face ... that all important social currency in the work place. Street demonstrations are arranged ahead of time with an agreement between organizers and city managers so as to not create a nuisance for the smooth flow of business as usual ... thus turning demonstrations into Kabuki show costume parades as a parody of European demonstrations.
Still, if you look through the Japanese versions of Twitter, Yahoo, and other social media ... you will see that a large number of Japanese trust their national government about as much as European and American counterparts. The language barrier and tight control of the media only make Japan appear to be 'a miracle'.
JMHO opinion, from one Steve to another.
Japan doesn't do an awful lot of useless PCR testing. That's how they "crushed covid". Somewhere between a fifth and a tenth of what the States does.
The CRIMINAL part of all this is the American medical authorities denying early treatment. By the time you are admitted to a hospital much of the damage is done.