28 thoughts on “Monday’s Papers

    1. ian-oG

      But what will he do in the private sector? Seems that no matter what he does, he gets bored with it eventually?

  1. f_lawless

    One fot SOQ. Rolling Stone disinfo story on Ivermectin spreads like wildfire, amplified by various media outlets and twitter blue ticks. It’ll all just be memory-holed, of course.

    ‘We’ve got to talk about the Rolling Stone ivermectin article. Turns out the story about rural hospitals so flooded with ODs that they couldn’t treat other patients was made up, entirely invented.

    A lot of people took the bait, and I’ve got the screenshots.’


    1. E'Matty

      Reminiscent of the Lancet attack on Hydroxychloroquine which was widely publicised by the msm until it was discovered to be completely fraudulent. The msm and the rest of the cabal have sought to undermine all alternatives to mass vaccination.

    2. SOQ

      Yes it will be interesting to see who’s payroll this cowboy McElyea is on. That the main media ran with the original story with such gusto is very telling- where was the ‘fact checkers’ there eh?

      Oh and btw- from what I can see, the only difference between ivermectin packaged as an animal product is the dosage apparently.

      1. Cian

        the only difference between ivermectin packaged as an animal product is the dosage apparently.

        Please don’t take animal medication. They are NOT necessarily the same. The active ingredients may be identical but the other ingredients may be different. They may not be manufactured to the same standards as for humans.

        Have some common sense.

        Please don’t take medical advice from random people on the internet (except me, telling you not to take animal medicines).

        example: this is Ivermectin paste. You have no idea what is in this.
        Interesting is says PRECAUTIONS: IVERMECTIN (ivermectin paste) has been formulated specifically for use in horses only. This product should not be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result.

        1. SOQ

          I have no intention of taking it and wasn’t advising anyone else to either. Personally I don’t see the need as you can buy the human variety of the internet very easily.

          Meanwhile in India- Ivermectin tablets to be distributed among Uttarakhand residents

          The Uttarakhand government will be distributing Ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug, among the residents of the state as a preventive medicine against the spread of COVID-19, a senior official said. The Uttarakhand government’s announcement comes after Goa and Karnataka issued similar directions.

          Read more at: https://www.oneindia.com/india/covid-19-ivermectin-tablets-to-be-distributed-among-uttarakhand-residents-3258254.html

      2. Daisy Chainsaw

        Aspirin and paracetamol are also available for animals. Would you advise your fellow antivaxxers to take them instead?

      3. f_lawless


        ‘One might be tempted to blame McElyea for embellishing his story—for attributing hospital overcrowding to COVID-19 in one story and then blaming ivermectin overdoses in another. But a closer look at the KFOR story reveals something quite startling: At no point did McElyea actually come out and say that ivermectin overdoses were straining hospitals…. It was the journalist, KFOR’s Katelyn Ogle, who added that framing. She did not respond to a request for comment.’

    1. Harry

      Delighted for them.

      It has been a really tough year for Dublin and Dublin supporters and your heart would really go out to them.

    1. Chris

      What on earth do medical journals have to do with corporate captured climate scientism? Has the plumbing federation had it’s say? What about the white witch council?

      1. Nigel

        You really don’t get how climate change effects potentially everything, including plumbing and witchery.

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