Ivermectin: Whole of Country Trials in Real Time

Ivermectin: Whole of Country Trials in Real Time

by David Archibald

31 May 2021


The Chicoms have a better understanding of the Wuhan virus than most. Recently they increased the quarantine period for those going into China from 14 days to 21 days. Internal travel in China requires permits now.

How is the rest of the world coping?



The Czechs were having a hard time from the virus, with deaths averaging 180 per day and overcrowded intensive care units for months on end. That is until 8th March, when ivermectin was approved for use in the country. Two months later deaths are down 93%.



Slovakia was also hard-hit. On 26th January ivermectin was approved for use in the country, and deaths have subsequently fell by 92%.



Sweden didn’t have mandatory lockdowns for the virus. Their second wave was only slightly larger than the first. It is a country of 10.2 million that seems to have settled down to 12 deaths per day. That is three times the Swedish suicide rate, for perspective.



Germany’s virus death rate peaked in late 2020 at near 800 per day and has since fallen away. How much of the fall is due to vaccinations is a good question.



The chart above is for excess deaths in Germany relative to the 2017 – 2020 period shaded in blue. At its height in late 2020, viral deaths increased the total death rate by 25%. Deaths then fell below average in March and April during the normal, late-winter peak in the death rate.



Vietnam is a country of 96 million that has had only 47 deaths due to the virus. They realised straight away what the nasty Chicoms were up to and closed their borders hard. On the viral mutation front, Vietnamese health authorities recently detected a new coronavirus variant that is a combination of the Indian and UK COVID-19 variants and spreads quickly by air.



Poland missed out on the first wave but is having a prolonged second wave.



Italy was ground zero in the first wave, because there were direct flights from Wuhan into Milan to infect the Italians even after Chinese domestic flights from Wuhan were banned. The Chicoms wanted to get their disease into the rest of the world and Italy obliged due to their lefty-scum government. The death rate is dropping probably because they are running out of old people.



More than any other country, even the United States, Japan is run for the benefit of the medical-pharmaceutical complex. For example, birth control pills were banned in Japan up to 1999 because they would reduce the profitability of the abortion industry. So Japan can be expected to be a late adopter of ivermectin even though the drug was discovered in the soil of a golf course there. In the meantime the deaths from the virus continue rising.



Russia looks bad, but relative to the Czech Republic which has one thirteenth the population, Russian deaths at about 400 per day are only twice what the peak Czech death rate was.



Strict lockdowns and vaccination have reduced the UK death rate considerably, but the Sword of Damocles hangs over the UK if the country becomes exhausted before it adopts a good antiviral drug regime.



The United States had 2,977 dead from the one day event of the Islamic attacks on 9th September, 2011. The daily death toll from the Chicom virus exceeded that for an extended period in late 2020 with the total death toll now close to 600,000.

On the other side of the ledger, the United States funded the gain of function research at Wuhan because it was forbidden to do such a thing in the United States. The man responsible, Fauci, was motivated to do this because he is an ecoloon who believes in global warming and that a pandemic would be Gaia’s revenge on an inherently evil humanity. So it can be said, at an abstract level, that belief in global warming killed 600,000 of Fauci’s fellow Americans. If you think that is a bit far-fetched, consider that Voltaire predicted just such an eventuality when he said ‘Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.’



The biggest antiviral experiment on the planet is now underway in India. New cases had recently run up to near 400,000 per day but are now falling slightly faster. India has 29 states and health is run at the state level. The states of Goa and Uttarakhand were the first to approve the use of ivermectin, on 11th May. The state of Tamil Nadu went the other way and removed ivermectin from its treatment protocol and replaced it with the expensive injectable remdesivir. Let’s see how that worked out.



In Goa, daily deaths are at two thirds their peak after a couple of weeks.



In Uttarakhand, daily deaths are at half their peak after a couple of weeks.

Meanwhile in Tamil Nadu:



The daily death rate in Tamil Nadu doubled over May. The people of Tamil Nadu voted in a communist leader of the state and he immediately started killing them with a bad decision, at the same time enriching Gilead Life Sciences (market cap of US$82.9 billion) which owns the remdesivir patent. On the other hand, we are fortunate that the people of Tamil Nadu volunteered to be the control group in India’s big ivermectin trial.

Whole of country trials on ivermectin are good and necessary. What is also necessary is a trial of ivermectin on Covid long-haulers. Long-haulers are those that have been debilitated by the disease, seemingly with no prospect of getting back to a normal life, living as the shells and husks of men with only death as their release. If it works, this means that ivermectin can get into the nerve cells where the virus is hiding out.


David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia