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Imagine a hypothetical society where various institutions such as mainstream media, social media platforms, hospital administrators, universities, and healthcare providers are influenced by unelected government bureaucrats.

These bureaucrats disregard established scientific knowledge and the ethical principles of their respective professions. Instead, they enforce irrational orders and protocols driven by fear-based propaganda in the name of a lab-created, gain-of-function virus.

This scenario took place in the year 2020, which was officially declared by the World Health Organization as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

Paradoxically, in this society, those who refused to partake in an experimental medical procedure were unjustly terminated from their positions. The World Health Organization, recognizing the global shortage of nurses and midwives, emphasized the need for an additional 9 million professionals to achieve universal health coverage by 2030.

It is indeed disheartening to contemplate the possibility of such a distressing real-life scenario.

For individuals who closely followed the events, it became apparent that the underlying objective was to exclude critical thinkers and dissenting voices from various professions systematically. Those who chose not to comply with the experimental “vaccine” were subjected to various forms of harassment, vilification, and media attacks. However, amidst these challenging circumstances, a collaboration emerged among some of the most courageous individuals in this battle.

Their collective efforts deserve recognition and appreciation.

I followed Dr. Pierre Kory, a highly respected figure in the medical community specializing in pulmonary and critical care medicine, early on in 2020.

He had an impressive background as an associate professor and former chief of the Critical Care Service at the University of Wisconsin, who dedicated his career to advancing the field of critical care. However, it was his work during the COVID-19 pandemic that brought him to the forefront of international attention.

Before the outbreak, Dr. Kory had already established himself as an internationally renowned pioneer in critical care. His expertise and contributions were highly regarded by his peers. However, when the world was hit with the unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus, Dr. Kory’s knowledge and experience became even more invaluable.

Dr. Kory’s unwavering commitment to patient well-being and his tireless efforts to discover effective treatments for COVID-19 have driven him to collaborate with highly accomplished experts in private practice seeing patients. Together, they established the Front Line Critical Care Alliance, which developed protocols designed to strengthen the immune system, provide early treatment for individuals experiencing initial symptoms, and explore the use of specific medications that demonstrated promising outcomes for severely ill patients. Driven by extensive clinical experience and supported by research, Dr. Kory’s work has played a pivotal role in enhancing our comprehension of COVID-19 and improving treatment strategies.

His invaluable contributions have not only saved lives but have also significantly advanced the ongoing battle against this global health crisis.

One of the medications used in the protocol was Ivermectin.

Many countries have reported positive outcomes in their battle against the virus by incorporating Ivermectin into their treatment protocols. While this does not necessarily mean that Ivermectin is a miracle cure or solution, it did highlight the need for further research and investigation into its potential benefits and risks. Medical professionals and policymakers need to have open and informed discussions about potential treatment options to provide the best care possible for patients. But the mass government censorship campaign against Ivermectin, which is on the Worlds List of Essential medications and the Nobel Peace Prize that was awarded to the scientists who created the drug for human use, started a campaign that the FDA tweeted out “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.created fear and doubt and vilified the physicians who were repurposing it to treat COVID as a means to keep people out of the hospital.

THE WAR ON IVERMECTIN: The Medicine That Saved Millions and Could Have Ended the Pandemic,” written by Dr. Pierre Kory with Jenna McCarthy story chronicles the personal attacks, professional setbacks, and nefarious efforts of the world’s major health agencies and medical journals to dismiss and deny Ivermectin’s efficacy. Part personal narrative, part scathing expose will certainly go down in history.

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