Consider that in the UK after WW2, rationing continued until 1954 — nine years after the war ended and much longer than the war itself. The state governments would be happy for another nine years of lockdown pantomime, no matter what the science. That is why Australia’s vaccination rollout is so slow — it would end the party.
The article notes Australian state health authorities quoting ten papers that show that Ivermectin is effective in reducing deaths and reducing the extent of sickness, including:
There [were] no adverse events or complications reported from patients using ivermectin.
But the health authorities nonetheless went in favor of a Bulgarian paper financed by that country’s veterinarians, who felt that a veterinary drug shouldn’t be used in humans.
So should we go with vaccines or ivermectin?
Drugs have been approved on far less evidence of efficacy than what you have just read in the above paragraphs. The reduction in death rate [from ivermectin] looks like about 85%, which is the same as the best of the vaccines. And ivermectin doesn’t kill anybody, whereas vaccines do kill a proportion of those vaccinated, some straight away and then some later.
A Czech gentleman by the name of Lubos Motl has been able to predict that Australia will have a lot of vaccination deaths. He has written, and so it shall be:
It may happen that once the mass vaccination starts, it will become very obvious that the vaccine will kill vastly more Australian people than Covid has so far.
Mr Motl made this prediction based on what happened in Norway where 23 people died from 33,000 vaccinated. These are the people who die straight away as a reaction to the vaccination. Vaccination can also cause death through antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) in which binding of a virus to suboptimal antibodies enhances its entry into host cells, followed by its replication. This makes a vaccinated person experience a worse reaction to the virus than if he had remained unvaccinated. ADE has been seen from vaccination for a number of viral diseases including flu, dengue fever and HIV. …
Vaccination for the Wuhan virus is problematic, in that the virus has a very low death rate for people under 60. But for these same under 60 year olds, vaccination itself will have a death rate. If the vaccination wears off with time and the spike protein on the virus mutates so that people have to be revaccinated over their life, the cumulative incidence of vaccination deaths may exceed the death rate of the unvaccinated.
Food for thought, read it all.
Bear in mind that there is no big money or lobby fighting for cheap drugs like ivermectin.