A Letter to Andrew Hill

One year on and there’s still something in the way of ivermectin.

Despite plenty of evidence it reduces hospitalisations and deaths – especially when combined in ‘protocols’ with other medications and/or supplements, Ivermectin is still not officially approved.

One of the main contributors to this situation is Dr. Andrew Hill’s paper of January 2021.

Dr. Tess Lawrie, Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Pierre Kory are still calling out that paper…

… and offering forgiveness.

Will he retract it?

Unlikely.

Because he knows he’ll be out of a job. After all we live in a world where going against public health diktats gets you branded a terrorist threat and truth telling gets you fired.

But if he did he’d save lives by enabling cheap, safe and effective treatment of Covid. He’d also spare more adults and children from the dangerous1Just how dangerous is becoming clear from insurance company data (see here, here and here), analyses of trial data (see here) and anecdotally (see here, here and here). Covid injections.

He’d also likely save us from totalitarianism.

How so?

The main reason the injections are being pushed on, and accepted and adopted by the public is that an emergency was declared – and that emergency could not have been declared if an effective intervention was known to exist and had been deployed.

Lockdowns and other (medically useless) measures like masks, distancing, testing and isolating healthy people couldn’t have been justified either.

Nor the passing of emergency laws that increase government and police infringement on our human rights, create two-tier societies and are help usher in a bio-security totalitarian way of life.2Here’s yet another example confirming this is not about health.

I wouldn’t like to be Andrew Hill.

But if I was, and I’d been offered forgiveness, I’d gladly accept it.

The day before the Letter To Andrew Hill was published Dr. Lawrie shared the background to it with Del Bigtree of The Highwire. You can watch that interview here.

  • 1
    Just how dangerous is becoming clear from insurance company data (see here, here and here), analyses of trial data (see here) and anecdotally (see here, here and here).
  • 2
    Here’s yet another example confirming this is not about health.