India sees drop in infections, of wuhan Fru, Where are the May 2021 left wing fear merchants? Ivermectin

Authentic Nouveau

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Only pain I see is about when another drug besides ivermectin is being repurposed to treat covid, that shows real promise--suddenly it is "Let's smear the doctor doing the research on probenecid!...and don't forget to mock the Veterinarian school of medicine at the university, where the research is being done!"

Horrors! Can't have any drug showing up ivermectin! 😯 No, sirree, boba-roonee!
You have no medical credentials and are stuck with Fake News.

Your people knock horse pills but when a left winger story comes from an Ag school and even a non veterinarian, we are supposed to be impressed?
 

Bonnie

Super Member
You have no medical credentials and are stuck with Fake News.
Neither do you and prove it is fake news.
Your people knock horse pills but when a left winger story comes from an Ag school and even a non veterinarian, we are supposed to be impressed?
I did not knock ivermectin at all, but have stated I hope the Oxford study shows once a and for all that it is generally effective in treating covid.

Here is a page about Dr. Tripp:


DO notice what his areas of expertise are. He is eminently qualified to study probenecin and test it in the lab and on animals, to see if it really can help prevent and cure covid-19 and other respiratory viruses--wouldn't you say?

UGA is not just an "AG" school but has a wide range of studies and departments. Dr. Tripp has a Ph.D and is a virologist and immunologist. Ph.D's can study diseases and meds to treat and prevent those disease. They don't need to be DVMs. People with true medical and scientific credentials would know that. Even non-academic people like myself know that. :) But apparently, others do NOT...
 
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Authentic Nouveau

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I have no idea what you are talking about.
You usually don't know. Your incident in reacting to the tree ring circus underlines a lack of idea of conversation.
People who are outsiders and use ultra left gossip tabloid blogs are hindered. Knocking Conservatives again.
 

Bonnie

Super Member
You usually don't know. Your incident in reacting to the tree ring circus underlines a lack of idea of conversation.
My question to you had nothing to do with "tree ring circus" and I suspect is just a diversionary tactic to keep from answering my question about your embarrassing post.
But--au contraire, I usually DO know. But I had never before. heard of a "tree ring circus" applied to the global warming debate. So, not having heard that term before doesn't mean I don't know what the "idea of conversation" is. That is a ridiculous thing to write!
People who are outsiders and use ultra left gossip tabloid blogs are hindered. Knocking Conservatives again.
You must be talking about yourself, since I don't use any "gossip tabloid blogs", ultra left or ultra right--Though I do use the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which is a good, factual newspaper, not a "gossip tabloid blog." But then you are a journalism outsider and wouldn't know that--would you?

As for "gossip tabloid blogs" Gateway Pundit fits THAT bill!

But you didn't answer my question about your post here: "Do racist left wingers believe brown Indian doctors can't do research?"

You did not hit "reply" to anyone's post when you posted that, in post no. 23, so I don't know to whom you are writing. Though I can hazard an educated guess. So, let me set you straight about any supposed racism on my part about people from India...

My husband and I adopted a 9 year old girl from Bangalore, India, back in 1988. Read that veeeerrrry carefully.....got that? She married a man whose parents were both from Puerto Rico, though he was born at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, when his dad was in the Army. Get that? Not from India, but some folks are prejudiced against Hispanics....

My husband has a form of chronic blood cancer called Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. But guess what--! HIS oncologist at the VA hospital in Atlanta is from India and is one of the best oncologists specializing in blood cancers, in the Atlanta area. My husband's regular doctor at the VA clinic nearer to where we live is also from India.

I have had several Indian doctors over that past 14 years--all were very nice and kind.

Soooo....what was that about "racist left wingers" not believing "brown Indian doctors can't do research"? I am NOT a left-winger, but I said not one word about Indian researchers OR their skin color.

So, once again--care to tell us to whom your post was directed, about racism and brown Indian doctors? :)
 
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Authentic Nouveau

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My question to you had nothing to do with "tree ring circus" and I suspect is just a diversionary tactic to keep from answering my question about your embarrassing post.
But--au contraire, I usually DO know. But I had never before. heard of a "tree ring circus" applied to the global warming debate. So, not having heard that term before doesn't mean I don't know what the "idea of conversation". That is a ridiculous thing to write!

You must be talking about yourself, since I don't use any "gossip tabloid blogs", ultra left or ultra right--Though I do use the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which is a good, factual newspaper, not a "gossip tabloid blog." But then you are a journalism outsider and wouldn't know that--would you?

As for "gossip tabloid blogs" Gateway Pundit fits THAT bill!

But you didn't answer my question about your post here: "Do racist left wingers believe brown Indian doctors can't do research?"

You did not hit "reply" to anyone's post when you posted that, in post no. 23, so I don't know to whom you are writing. Though I can hazard an educated guess. So, let me set you straight about any supposed racism on my part about people from India...

My husband and I adopted a 9 year old girl from Bangalore, India, back in 1988. Read that veeeerrrry carefully.....got that? She married a man whose parents were both from Puerto Rico, though he was born at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, when his dad was in the Army. Get that? Not from India, but some folks are prejudiced against Hispanics....

My husband has a form of chronic blood cancer called Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. But guess what--! HIS oncologist at the VA hospital in Atlanta is from India and is one of the best oncologists specializing in blood cancers, in the Atlanta area. My husband's regular doctor at the VA clinic nearer to where we live is also from India.

I have had several Indian doctors over that past 14 years--all were very nice and kind.

Soooo....what was that about "racist left wingers" not believing "brown Indian doctors can't do research"? I am NOT a left-winger, but I said not one word about Indian researchers OR their skin color.

So, once again--care to tell us to whom your post was directed, about racism and brown Indian doctors? :)
More long winded left wing deflections. Medical outsider can't comment on Ivermectin
 

Bonnie

Super Member
More long winded left wing deflections. Medical outsider can't comment on Ivermectin
I DID comment on ivermectin here, in post no. 22: "I did not knock ivermectin at all, but have stated I hope the Oxford study shows once a and for all that it is generally effective in treating covid."

Either you are not reading my posts, or a trip to the optometrist IS in order!

What does telling you about my experiences with Asian Indians have to do with being a left-or right winger??? You are REALLY desperate here, AN, trying to dig yourself out of the hole you dug yourself into, with your racist, Brown Indian doctor comment--aren't you?

Now it has NOT escaped my notice that you did not answer my question as to whom you addressed post no. 23....I suspect you would rather have your tongue ripped out by hot pincers than answer that question...
 
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Bonnie

Super Member
Thank you, whateverman, for noticing that I HAVE talked about ivermectin many times on here, and have said I hope the Oxford study pans out.
 

Bonnie

Super Member
So India doesn't have enough ICU beds for 1,380,000,000 people. So they decided to tackle Chiner fru before all went with blue lips to ER.
But...to whom were you writing that "racist brown Indian" comment? Hmmmmm? Because I have no prejudice against that Dr. Shiva at all--in fact, he strikes me as fairly brilliant--but even brilliant people can be wrong, sometimes.
 

Authentic Nouveau

Well-known member
But...to whom were you writing that "racist brown Indian" comment? Hmmmmm? Because I have no prejudice against that Dr. Shiva at all--in fact, he strikes me as fairly brilliant--but even brilliant people can be wrong, sometimes.
Then we have ultra left wingers who are neither brilliant nor unbiased. That are so wrong. The left winger badge is reference to conspiracy theory.
Your prejudice is against Conservatives. People who even get news from GatewayPundit.
 

Authentic Nouveau

Well-known member
Notice the pattern. Ultra left wingers are required to downplay Ivermectin which did very well in India, the broadest drug trial ever.

But the same will praise any other notion or potion as "promising' seeing "potential" Political competition by and unsound medical practices by the medical groupies.
 

HouOz

Active member

HUGE: Uttar Pradesh, India Announces State Is COVID-19 Free Proving the Effectiveness of “Deworming Drug” IVERMECTIN​



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India is very modern. IBM announced adding 100,000 jobs there when Obama was coronated.

Social distancing drills doesn't fit their picture very well. Marxist lockdowns also as reported in some other 3rd world countries would be hard to manage.
Why are you so quick to promote an unproven, unvetted drug, yet condemn one that has been? Your priorities are bass ackward.
"Ivermectin is approved at very specific doses for treating some parasitic worms but is not an anti-viral. Peer-reviewed studies have shown mixed results with respect to Ivermectin and Covid-19 with some showing slight improvements while others suggesting that it has no effect. A report published in the journal Antiviral Research last year mentioned that Ivermectin “warrants further investigation for possible benefits in humans.” However further examination showed that the dosage required to achieve an antiviral effect is significantly higher than what has been approved for human use and it could possibly prove to be toxic. Since then, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned against using the anti-parasitic drug in treating Covid-19 as the evidence is not solid enough to come to a conclusion based on multiple small-scale studies. In March this year, the European Medicines Agency said that the available data does not support the use of Ivermectin for COVID-19 outside well-designed clinical trials. The EU body noted that results from clinical studies are varied and most of the studies reviewed by the EMA were small and had additional limitations."
 
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