Thought Big Pharma Couldn’t Sink Any Lower?

Thought Big Pharma Couldn’t Sink Any Lower? THINK AGAIN!!!

18 Comments on Thought Big Pharma Couldn’t Sink Any Lower?

  1. 5 bucks a pill for ivermectin. 60 pills. $300 bucks. i shoulda bought the horse paste, but nooOOoo.

    Just wanted it in the house. just. in. case.

  2. We are being ruled by an oligarchy, but the majority of Americans have no fucking clue – in fact, they have no clue what an oligarchy even is,

  3. I’m thinking that whatever it takes to treat yourself and/or loved ones is money well spent. Even if you never use it. I read Ivermectin, properly stored, cool, dark area, has a 5 year shelf life. If I get sick you will not see me in the hospital! I’ve lost a lot of my faith in the medical community.

  4. Twit or no twit, creep or no creep, is what he says factual or is it not?
    Don’t let the messenger get in the way of the message.
    I know what Marshall McLuhan said (wrote) but sometimes that needs to be put aside.

    izlamo delenda est …

  5. Girl friend pays over $1100 a month for two pills a day for glaucoma and blood thinner. Who’s being compassionate?????NO ONE!!

  6. I enjoy watching Russell Brand’s awakening. This particular installment is the best yet. I can’t tell if he’s just dancing around the word, or if it hasn’t completely dawned on him that it’s fascism, plain and simple. Has he seen the “inside jab” meme yet? He should…

  7. First, he’s a useful idiot for the LEFT. Don’t ever forget that! Second he missed the HUGE point. This new drug is just re-configured ivermectin. I read or heard about this online somewhere and it makes a whole hell of a lot of sense why they were so anti-ivermectin and pushed us to stop seeking it out. Merck does own the patent on ivermectin so it makes a lot of sense that they’d do something like this and change it up somehow and make it…’Legally distinct’. <– where have we read THAT before? It's all about the money. Best option is GET COVID and get immune.

  8. “Best option is GET COVID and get immune.”

    That’s my family’s plan. The way I see it, every drug is a product of big pharma, even the “good” ones. Best to avoid them all if you can. I know there are some good, effective drugs with low side effects, but my wife beat leukemia with ARSENIC, forcryinoutloud. Big Pharma is a shell game, and you’ll never pick the shell with the pill under it unless they want you to. Pick your poison.

  9. Don’t hesitate to use the animal version.
    If you can still find it.
    The FDA says it is bad for you.
    That’s a good enough reason to use it.

  10. Sort of puts “you get what you pay for” in a new perspective. If given a choice between two unknown drugs, many would choose the more expensive of the two, believing it more effective than the “cheap” variety. Psychology is a terrible thing to apply.

  11. Some liberal and middle-of-the-road mouthpieces/influencers are currently being red-pilled (Bill Maher, Russell Brand, Joe Rogan). Let’s not get in the way of their conversion and treat them like the prodigal sons when they arrive.

  12. @ Billy Fuster
    I’m suspicious.
    Suddenly, this past summer, Brand and Mauer and others began hinting at things that conservatives have been SCREAMING for years.
    Are these “mouthpieces” just the left’s new strategy to capture the attention of those who are slowly getting red pilled and then suddenly they will spin their spiels back to leftist talking points just before the 2022 campaign season?

  13. ecp, you’re going through 100 12 mg tabs/month???

    You’re taking way too much.

    The dose is 1 milliliter/cubic centimeter per 110 pounds (50 kg) of body weight. As a prophylactic, the convention is now pretty much to take it monthly. If a person is already feeling sick, the treatment dose is THREE doses as above, but spaced 48 hours apart. So one dose on Monday, the next on Wednesday, the next on Friday, for example. The 48 hour spacing has to do with the liver’s speed at metabolizing Ivermectin. The 48 hour spacing MAXIMIZES the efficacy of the drug in the body.

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