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Depopulation drug makers awarded 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine

Thursday, January 7, 2016 7:29
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The Nobel committee reaches new low by awarding this year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine to the researchers who developed Ivermectin (William C. Campbell of the United States and Satoshi Ōmura of Japan) and Artemisinin (Tu Youyou of China), two depopulation drugs. Ivermectin is used to treat diseases caused by parasitic worms (river blindness, filariasis, scabies, impetigo, etc) and it covertly doubles as a sterilizer of men, which is why entire populations in the developing world are subjected to mass drug administrations of Ivermectin. Unknown to the patients it also causes “significant reduction in sperm counts and sperm motility” as well as “significant increase in the number of abnormal sperm cells” To date, 1.3 billion doses of Ivermectin have been given as mass drug administrations for onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis to unsuspecting people in the developing world thus sterilizing hundreds of millions of otherwise healthy adults. Artemisinin is made from the sweet wormwood plant (Artemisia annua), or its semi-synthetic derivatives, known for its sterilizing properties since antiquity, but it is used by the depopulation lobby to purportedly reduce the number of Plasmodium parasites in malaria-infected patients. Numerous studies show that Artemisinin causes male infertility and androgenic deficiency. Artemisinin has been administered so heavily to sterilize the population of the developing world that resistance to it has been confirmed in 5 countries of the Greater Mekong subregion: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. In 2013 alone nearly 400 million artemisinin-based combination therapies have been administered in malaria endemic countries. In my estimate, at least one billion males have been sterilized since the introduction of artemisinin in the early 1980s. Its use continues unabated however because it is crucial to the depopulation effort. To sterilize the entire population of the developing world the depopulation lobby has recently engaged the combined power of Ivermectin and Artemisinin under the pretext of killing malaria mosquitoes. As a result, Ivermectin is now used as an adjunct therapy in patients with uncomplicated falciparum malaria who receive a 2-dose Ivermectin regimen during a standard 3-day Artemisinin combination therapy. The genocide is in full swing and medicine serves as its handmaiden. The depopulationists have become so brazen and shameless as to award each other prizes and accolades for committing genocide.

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