It seems that ex Pfizer Vice President does not believe that the Pfizer vaccine is effective, necessary, or safe.

I shared the above post on 3 Facebook groups late last night, Dunedin News, Otago News, and Dunedin News Uncut, and this morning they had all been cut right out, not just the mandatory automatically added ‘f COVID-19 vaccines box’ you see immediately above on my FB page.
Somebody has been busy censoring late last night.
Makes me wonder who? and why? and who is paying them?

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4 Responses to It seems that ex Pfizer Vice President does not believe that the Pfizer vaccine is effective, necessary, or safe.

  1. Pb says:

    The drug companies have been making obscene amounts of money pushing their squirt needles. Enough to mobilise their willing army of covid tyranists.

    So if the vaccine does harm, do we get to hold the politicians pushing it to jail terms?

  2. Joe Spingoli says:

    Hi Leigh – do you think we should all be taking ivermectin instead?

    • I think long-proven alternatives should at least be considered. There seems to be a problem obtaining Ivermectin in NZ currently, and I am waiting for this vital component of the Borody Treatment Protocol to be available from our chemist. My prescription application letter to my Doctor follows:

      G’day Don,
      I have been doing a lot of looking into alternatives to the jab which I am uncomfortable about, having had my deep cynicism confirmed by political experience and by studying history.
      A good varsity friend of 45 years ago has been a doctor in Australia [Dr. David Nixon] and has helped me look for alternatives which I would like you to prescribe for me in case I am stricken with Covid suddenly.

      He writes:
      Professor Borody says his research has led him to a triple therapy of Ivermectin, zinc and an antibiotic – which are all TGA and FDA approved. The therapy comprises:

      Ivermectin – TGA and FDA approved as an anti-parasitic therapy with an established safety profile since the 1970s. Known as the “Wonder Drug” from Japan.
      Doxycycline – TGA and FDA approved tetracycline antibiotic that fights bacterial infections, eg. acne or urinary tract infections, viral and malarial infections.
      Professor Borody is involved in a Phase 2 study in the US to potentially develop the triple therapy as a single “blister pack” compliance product. He says, “Our study in the US is looking at developing the triple therapy as a single product which requires FDA approval, even though all 3 medications separately are already approved.” US clinical trial

      Professor Thomas Borody MB, BS, BSc(Med), MD, PhD, DSc, FRACP, FACP, FACG, AGAF, FRS(N) said: “The three medications are on chemist shelves right now. GPs can email to obtain the dosing protocol and COVID-19 treatment information for their patients. “GPs can legally prescribe the therapy today as an “off label” treatment according to Australian Guidelines – a standard practice in medicine. In fact more than 60% of prescriptions in Australia are “off-label”. It’s not a new concept. It’s happening every day to manage diseases and save lives.”

      So Don, what I would like to buy are the following, which I would keep in reserve just in case I do come down with some strain of Covid.

      Summary of the Borody Treatment Protocol for COVID-19
      Ivermectin 12mg – once a day – Day 1, Day 4 and Day 8 (only)
      Doxycycline 100mg – twice a day – Day 1 until Day 10
      Zinc supplement – once a day – Day 1 until Day 10

      Check the complete protocols in the downloadable PDFs below.
      If you are not a doctor, consult your doctor before taking any of these medications!
      Most doctors recommend a dosage of Ivermectin of 0.2 mg per kg of body weight, which means that 60 kg body weight leads to a 12 mg dose. The Borody protocol does not mention children. The dosages are apparently calculated for adults of average weight.
      The Borody protocol does not mention the exact dosage of zinc in the attached documents, but most other doctors have recommended 50 mg of zinc per day as zinc picolinate or another easily absorbed chelated zinc supplement.

  3. Marianne Deans says:

    Thank you for your openness

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