The following video provides information that leads Indian Bar Association with no other conclusion or choice but to sue lead scientist Soumya Swaminathan over misleading doctors and/or public on the effectiveness of a repurposed drug called ivermectin, which seems to be very effective.
I’m not sure if I’ve posted this in the right section but I’d like to add this to the discussion.
Worth following the dark horse podcast on either YouTube or Odyssey. Aldo FLCCC website which can be googled.
Could you please make the title of this topic more specific? This is a click bait title Also please add an introduction that summarizes this video and please link it to TZM. Videos like these seem to be mostly false and spread fear about science, because people don’t understand it. But I could be wrong. In any case is TZM and the train of thought about applying science and technology to improve society. Not about conspiracy gossip. In fact, one of the reasons TZM is often is not taken seriously is due to many people within the movement focussing on seeing a conspiracy everywhere. While TZM is about recognizing fundamental problems and finding and promoting core solutions. That people come together to increase their wealth and power is simply something that’s motivated in our global economy, no matter which flavor. That has been proven already many times over. Time to focus on solutions. So in summary, please don’t post conspiracy stuff, it damages the movement.
But I could be wrong and judged too quickly, therefore I give you the opportunity to improve the quality of this post. Please do that by changing the title of the topic and edit the top post. That’s where people start to read. So please don’t add a comment with the improvement, edit the top post.
Hello @Kees , apologies for the way I did it first. I was quite excited to find that it is very likely an inexpensive drug that can save the day instead of the vaccine, with no real downside from what I’ve been hearing from Brett Weinstein, Pierre Kory and many others.
People should know there is a choice here. That was my only intention.
A quick glance to what this drug is comes basically down to this:
- It’s a highly concentrated drug for large animals and is unsafe for humans due to that, it’s also not a drug typically administered to humans.
- It’s not an antiviral drug, it’s a drug to treat or prevent parasites in animals.
- Ivermectin tablets are approved for humans at very specific doses for some parasitic worms.
- There are side effects: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension (low blood pressure), allergic reactions (itching and hives), dizziness, ataxia (problems with balance), seizures, coma and even death.
So it seems like people are so distrustful of science nowadays, that they rather take an unapproved, untested and unproven medication for animals rather than a fully tested set of vaccines that have minor side effects and in extreme rare occurrences more serious side effects. But those are extremely rare.
That sounds like an episode of culture_in_decline to me It’s good to criticize science, that’s what’s it all about. A struggle to arrive at the best estimation of truth, which could change every day. So scientific debates are part of that. But there is a huge difference between promoting fear about tested vaccines and providing a true dangerous and untested medication for animals as an alternative. That’s not how we will solve this pandemic
Some more information: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19 | FDA
It’s of course interesting how this will be handled by the court. But suing is a basic right. If every sue case is proof that something is true, then very bizarre things can be taken as facts.
For now I’ll close this topic.