Doctors Raise Awareness on Ivermectin Treatment for COVID-19

By MEILING LEE July 24, 2021 

In an effort to help end the pandemic, an international coalition of medical experts is holding worldwide events Saturday to raise awareness about the effectiveness of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19.

Organizers of the World Ivermectin Day say doctors and supporters of the inexpensive FDA-approved drug will host free online and public events in over a dozen countries.

Two nonprofits—Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance and the British Ivermectin Recommendation Development (BIRD) group—who have been campaigning for the off-label use of ivermectin to prevent and treat COVID-19 say the event’s focus is to let more people know that the antiparasitic drug can treat COVID-19, possibly end the pandemic, and help eliminate fear of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.

“We have an incredibly positive and uplifting message to share: ivermectin treats and prevents COVID and it is the key to unlocking the never-ending cycle of pandemic peaks and personal restrictions and will help restart economies,” Dr. Tess Lawrie, cofounder of the BIRD group said in a press release.

Lawrie is also a co-author of a peer-reviewed meta-analysis study published in the American Journal of Therapeutics that found ivermectin to be effective against COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP virus. Lawrie and her team concluded with a moderate level of confidence that ivermectin reduced the risk of death by an average of 62 percent, at a 95 percent confidence interval of 0.19-0.73, especially when prescribed early.

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FLCCC Alliance also conducted their own review of 18 randomized controlled trials on COVID-19 treatment with ivermectin. They found “large, statistically significant reductions in mortality, time to clinical recovery, and time to viral clearance.” The authors also said that studies on the prevention of COVID-19 reported significantly reduced risks of the disease with regular use of the drug…

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Israel just banned unvaccinated citizens from going to any public place with more than 100 people… so like, everywhere.

Listen to the Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett explain the new rules and tell me it it not supremely ironic that this is happening in Israel:

“The unvaxxed will also be required to quarantine for a week after traveling and everyone, regardless of vaccination, will be required to mask up once again.

“Note that he is primarily addressing young people between 12 and 30 who are statistically not at risk from the Rona and who may rightly believe the effective-yet-still-experimental vaccines isn’t in their best long-term interest.”

“Not a simple war between two rites: it is indeed a war between two different and opposing conceptions of the Catholic Church”

Letter from the Superior General of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X, in light of the publication of the motu proprio “Traditionis custodes


Dear members and friends of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X,

The motu proprio Traditionis custodes and the letter that accompanied it have caused a profound upheaval in the so-called traditionalist movement. We can point out, quite logically, that the era of the hermeneutics of continuity, with its equivocations, illusions and impossible efforts, is radically over – swept aside with a wave of a sleeve. These clear-cut measures do not directly affect the Society of Saint Pius X. However, they must be an occasion for us to reflect deeply on the situation. To do so, it is necessary to step back and ask ourselves a question that is both old and new: Why is the Tridentine Mass still the apple of discord after fifty years?

First of all, we must remember that the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the continuation in time of the most bitter struggle that has ever existed: the battle between the Kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan. This combat culminated at Calvary in the triumph of Our Blessed Lord. It was for this struggle and it was for this victory that he became incarnate. Since Our Lord’s victory was through the Cross and through His Precious Blood, it is understandable that its perpetuation will also be marked by conflicts and contradictions. Every Catholic is called to this combat. Our Lord reminded us of this when He said that He came “to bring the sword upon the earth” (Matt. 10:34). It is not surprising that the Mass, which perfectly expresses Our Lord’s definitive victory over sin through His atoning Sacrifice, is itself a sign of contradiction.

But why has the Mass become a sign of contradiction within the Church itself? The answer is simple and increasingly clear. After fifty years, the various elements that confirm the answer have become obvious to all well informed Catholics: the Tridentine Mass expresses and conveys a conception of Christian life – and consequently, a conception of the Catholic Church – that is absolutely incompatible with the ecclesiology that emerged from the Second Vatican Council. The problem is not simply liturgical, aesthetic or purely technical. The problem is simultaneously doctrinal, moral, spiritual, ecclesiological and liturgical. In a nutshell, it is a problem that affects all aspects of the Church’s life, without exception. It is a question of faith.

On one side is the Mass of All Times. It is the standard of a Church that defies the world and is certain of victory, for its battle is nothing less that the continuation of the battle that Our Blessed Lord waged to destroy sin and to destroy the kingdom of Satan. It is by the Mass and through the Mass that Our Lord enlists Catholic souls into His ranks, by sharing with them both His Cross and His victory. From all this follows a fundamentally militant conception of Christian life that is characterised by two elements: a spirit of sacrifice and an unwavering supernatural hope.

On the other side stands the Mass of Paul VI. It is an authentic expression of a Church that wants to live in harmony with the world and that lends an ear to the world’s demands. It represents a Church that, in the final analysis, no longer needs to fight against the world because it no longer has anything to reproach the world. Here is a Church that no longer has anything to teach the world because it listens to the powers of the world. It is a Church that no longer needs the Sacrifice of Our Blessed Lord because, having lost the notion of sin, it no longer has anything for which to atone. Here is a Church that no longer has the mission of restoring the universal kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ, because it wants to make its contribution to the creation on this earth of a better world that is freer, more egalitarian and more eco-responsible – and all this with purely human means. This humanist mission that the men of the Church have given themselves must necessarily be matched by a liturgy that is equally humanist and emptied of any notion of sacredness.

This battle that has been waged for the past fifty years, which has just seen a highly significant event on July 16th, is not a simple war between two rites: it is indeed a war between two different and opposing conceptions of the Catholic Church and of Christian life – conceptions that are absolutely irreducible and incompatible with each other. In paraphrasing Saint Augustin, one could say that the two Masses have built two cities: the Mass of All Times has built a Christian city; the New Mass seeks to build a humanist and secular city.

Since Almighty God has allowed all this, it is certainly for a greater good. Firstly for ourselves, who have the undeserved good fortune of knowing the Tridentine Mass and who can benefit from it! We possess a treasure with a value we do not always appreciate, and which we perhaps preserve too much out of simple habit. When something precious is attacked or scorned, we begin to appreciate better its true value. May this “shock”, provoked by the harshness of the official texts of July 16th, serve to renew, deepen and rediscover our attachment to the Tridentine Mass! This Mass – our Mass – must really be for us like the pearl of great price in the Gospel, for which we are ready to renounce everything, for which we are ready to sell everything. He who is not prepared to shed his blood for this Mass is not worthy to celebrate it! He who is not prepared to give up everything to protect it is not worthy to attend it!

This should be our first reaction to these events that have just shaken the Catholic Church. Our reaction, as Catholic priests and as Catholic laity, must be profound and more far-reaching than all those feeble and sometimes hopeless commentaries.

Our Blessed Lord certainly has another objective in mind in allowing this new attack on the Tridentine Mass. No one can doubt that in recent years many priests and faithful have discovered this Mass, and that through it they have encountered a new spiritual and moral horizon, which has opened the door to the sanctification of their souls. The latest measures taken against the Mass will force these souls to draw all the consequences of what they have discovered: they must now choose – with all the elements of discernment that are at their disposal – what is necessary for every well-informed Catholic conscience. Many souls will find themselves faced with an important choice that will affect their faith, because – and let us say it once more – the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the supreme expression of a doctrinal and moral universe. It is therefore a question of choosing the Catholic faith in its entirety and through it, choosing Our Lord Jesus Christ, with His Cross, His Sacrifice and His universal kingship. It is a matter of choosing His Precious Blood, of imitating the Crucified One and of following Him to the end, by a complete, rigorous and coherent fidelity.

The Society of Saint Pius X has the duty to assist all those souls who are currently in dismay and are confused. Firstly, we have the duty to offer them the certitude that the Tridentine Mass can never disappear from the face of the earth. This is an absolutely necessary sign of hope. Moreover, each of us, whether priest or faithful, must extend a warm helping hand to them, for he who has no desire to share the riches he enjoys is, in all truth, unworthy of possessing them. Only in this way will we truly love souls and show our love for the Church. For every soul that we win to Our Blessed Lord’s Cross, and to the immense love that He manifested through His Sacrifice, will be a soul truly won to His Church and to the charity that animates His Church, which must be ours, especially at this present time.

It is to Our Lady of Sorrows that we entrust these intentions. It is to her that we address our prayers, since no one has penetrated deeper than Our Blessed Lady, the mystery of the Sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ and of His victory on the Cross. There is no one greater than Mary who has been so intimately associated with His sufferings and His triumph. It is in her hands that Our Blessed Lord has placed the whole Catholic Church. It is therefore to her that the most precious thing in the Catholic Church has been entrusted: the Testament of Our Lord Jesus Christ – the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Menzingen, July 22nd, 2021.
Feast of Saint Mary Magdalen.
Don Davide Pagliarani, Superior General

Shocking graph: “Spike” in hospitalizations drives Philly to reinstate masks

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Health officials in Philadelphia said Thursday they are now strongly recommending everyone to wear masks in indoor public spaces, regardless of vaccination status.

“As of this week, over one million people have been vaccinated in Philadelphia,” said Mayor Jim Kenney. “The numbers make it clear: vaccinations are the best way to combat COVID-19 by protecting ourselves and the people around us.”

Despite those numbers, Liar in Chief Acting Health Commissioner Dr. Cheryl Bettigole said the city is also seeing “a small but disturbing increase in hospitalizations due to COVID-19 among children.”

“It’s time for all of us to do what we need to do to protect our city’s kids. That means getting fully vaccinated if you haven’t yet, and it means all of us going back to wearing masks in public. Kids under 12 cannot yet be vaccinated. They need you to step up,” she said.

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“The FakeNews on the “Vaccines” of Vaccinists. Beware of the garbage.”

22 July 2021 Posted by Marco Tosatti

Dear friends and enemies of Stilum Curiae, a couple of days ago, sitting drinking a coffee in an outdoor bar, I heard this sentence: “It is the unvaccinated who create the variants”. I turned to see which scientist had said it, and it was a boy between twenty and thirty, beard, shorts, pigtail… in short, a type of person to whom you would have given credit with a greater critical sense. But evidently the manure spread by television and mass media such as Corriere, Stampa, Repubblica and so on has really entered circulation. Yesterday I happened upon this article by Silvana De Mari , which I gladly relaunch, advising you to do the same, with copy and paste, and on social media. Enjoy the reading.


This pile of garbage is running on social media:

“So perhaps it is clearer explained in an elementary way.”

I am vaccinated

I come into contact with the Delta variant

I catch a cold

But I don’t reply to the virus

The virus dies after a few days

On the days when the virus is not yet dead, I get in touch with you and pass the virus on to you

If you are vaccinated

You don’t replicate the virus

The virus, which has a life of a few days, dies definitively

If you are not vaccinated

The virus multiplies

By replicating it can change

The mutation is random

One of these mutations can produce a variant resistant to the antibodies produced with the vaccine


If we are all vaccinated, we do not replicate the virus, the virus cannot mutate, and after a while it disappears.

If many are not vaccinated, the virus replicates, then mutates, hence the risk of a “bad” variant

If you understand the concept, copy and paste on your home page

# stop the virus # “

This is the answer

“I SHARE !!!

“So perhaps it is clearer explained in an elementary way.”

Let’s imagine a vaccinated person telling us

I am vaccinated

I come into contact with the Delta variant,

which is basically a cold,

I catch a cold just as you do when you are not vaccinated

since the vaccine and the so-called vaccines in the face of deadly side effects

even fatal ones give temporary and partial immunity,

very temporary and very partial and only decrease the symptoms by a maximum of 25%

as demonstrated by an article by Peter Doshi published on 4 January in the British Medical Journal

in which the author explains the very poor efficacy of vaccines

Comirnaty of BioNTech / Pfizer and mRNA-1273 of Moderna.

Here is the link, so that anyone will talk to you without putting the links of what he claims

he’s not making it easy for you, he’s making fun of you.

Just like you I reply the virus, indeed the viruses, billions,

Because if I have a cold that is a disease,

it means that the virus, indeed the viruses, plural, billions, are duplicating themselves

If it were not so I would not have the disease,

thinking you can have a state of disease without viral replication is idiotic,

Having a disease without replication is a contradiction in terms.

To say it is not to make it simple, it is to violently tease you.

If I had contracted the disease and were cured of it, I would have the necessary antibodies not to take the virus, not to duplicate it, therefore not to get sick and not to transmit it.

The key to the system, those who allow herd immunity as has always happened in the history of epidemics, are not the vaccinated but the cured, so it is necessary to immediately remove the restrictions, treat those who get sick with vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, zithromycin, aspirin, hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin, cortisone and heparin and the disease disappears.

The restrictions make it endemic. Vaccination does not give herd immunity, makes the disease endemic and selects variants in the face of deaths and invalids.

In the days when viruses duplicate themselves inside me, I can transmit the disease exactly like an unvaccinated person, Professor Lopalco also serenely explained it on television, vaccinated doctors have infected entire wards.

These days are necessary because my immune system takes time to manufacture the necessary antibodies since those provided by the vaccine are insufficient and, in the face of deadly side effects, even deadly, and with long-term effects still unknown, they give temporary and partial immunity. , very temporary and very partial.

If I contract the virus immediately after vaccination I actually get sick more, as it goes without saying, because vaccination and the so-called RNA vaccination cause a state of disease (this is the meaning of vaccination, an antigenic stimulation to cause an antibody response , that is a state of disease that impoverishes the organism of its normal defenses) and in this disease the organism is more susceptible to infections, more capable of contracting and transmitting them.

This is why he never gets vaccinated during an outbreak.

Added to this is the phenomenon of viral interference.

This is the reason for the Bergamo massacre and this is why today in Great Britain 60% of the dead are vaccinated with two doses.

Greg G. Wolff, epidemiologist who deals with the health surveillance sector of the armed forces, in a study published in the journal “Vaccine” Influenza vaccination and interference with respiratory viruses among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017-2018 flu season indicates that getting the flu shot may increase the risk of contracting other respiratory viruses due to a phenomenon known as ‘viral interference’.

The data reported in the article show that those who are vaccinated against the flu have an increased risk of contracting the Coronavirus by 36%.

The link is here .

I have already mentioned that it is true that those who do not link you are not making it easy by treating you like a stupid child, but they are making fun of you.

I, a vaccinated person, come into contact with you, I transmit the virus to you like everyone else,

If you are vaccinated you will contract it as peacefully as I have

You replicate the virus exactly like an unvaccinated and as I did, vaccinated by contracting a cold, which is a disease

If you are vaccinated

The virus multiplies inside you, but since you are vaccinated some antibodies against the standard virus you have it, so the standard virus duplicates less and you select the variants.

The vaccine produces few antibodies for the standard virus and none for the variants so it selects them.

Only those who have passed the virus truly have the antibodies, a stream of antibodies as beautiful and strong as the winged hussars at the Battle of Vienna, and exterminate everyone before variants can form.


If we are all vaccinated, we will multiply the viruses in circulation

the virus will tend to mutate, and sooner or later we will have a really dangerous virus, while the standard SRAS 2 covid 19 has a mortality of 0.3% which drops below 70 years to 0.05%

If many are not vaccinated the virus attacks them,

98% will heal on their own without symptoms, in other cases, if taken immediately with the necessary care, it is treated very well

Only widespread vaccination increases the risk of generating a “bad” variant

If you understand the concept, copy and paste on your home page

#stop the virus #no the vaccine

Doctor Silvana De Mari, surgeon who takes responsibility for every syllable of the above, who is, together with countless colleagues, treating and healing the covid.

Ps: everything that circulates on the Internet without a signature is garbage


“When the insane daring of the innovators rose up, and morals were in steep decline, He raised up Lawrence to defend what was under attack, to avenge what had been destroyed, and to promote that which was conducive to the salvation of all.”

July 21 is the Feast of Saint Laurence of Brindisi. He famously once led an army of 18,000 men to total victory over a hoard of 80,000 muslims invading Hungary. He is also know for his preaching, for conversions, and for his tireless defense of orthodoxy. St. Laurence, pray for us.

Saint Lorenzo da Brindisi was declared a Doctor of the Church by Saint John XXIII in 1959. Let us appreciate more who this great saint and Doctor of the Church really was through the words of Pope St John XXIII’s apostolic letter Celsitudo ex humilitate, which highlights some of reasons why Saint Lorenzo is suited to be a Doctor of the Church:

Oh, the inestimable affection of the love of Christ, Who never has never allowed Himself to be lacking to the Church, His Bride, and finds present remedies for the evils that are hurled against her. When the insane daring of the innovators rose up, and the Catholic name was attacked by hostile assaults, when the Faith was languishing in many places among the Christian people, and morals were in steep decline, He raised up Lawrence to defend what was under attack, to avenge what had been destroyed, and to promote that which was conducive to the salvation of all. And since wicked plagues are again being introduced, and men are being ensnared by the inventions of false beliefs and other corruptions, it is useful that this many be placed in a brighter light, so that the Christian faithful may be confirmed towards what is right by the glory of his virtues, and nourished by the precepts of his salutary teaching. Therefore, just as Rome boasts of Lawrence, Christ’s unconquered champion, who by the most dire torments which he suffered, increased the strength of the Church as She was rent by persecution, so Brindisi is held in honor for begetting another Lawrence, who strengthened Her by his zeal for religion and the abundance of his talents as she was afflicted by evil from within and from without.

FSSP finally issues statement: “We wish to reaffirm our unwavering fidelity to the successor of Peter on the one hand, and on the other, our desire to remain faithful to our Constitutions and charism…”

In which case, knowing and ACKNOWLEDGING the identity of the true Successor of Peter becomes… a pretty big deal.

Fribourg, July 20, 2021

The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, whose goal is the sanctification of priests through the faithful observance of the liturgical traditions prior to the reform implemented after the Second Vatican Council (cf. Constitutions n. 8), has received Pope Francis’ Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes with surprise.

Founded and canonically approved according to the Motu Proprio Ecclesia Dei Adflicta of Pope St. John Paul II of July 2, 1988, the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter has always professed its adherence to the entire Magisterium of the Church and its fidelity to the Roman Pontiff and the successors of the Apostles, exercising its ministry under the responsibility of the diocesan bishops. Referring in its Constitutions to the teachings of the Second Vatican Council, the Fraternity has always sought to be in accord with what Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI called in 2005: “the hermeneutic of reform in the continuity of the Church” (Address to the Roman Curia, December 22, 2005).

Today, therefore, the Fraternity of St. Peter is deeply saddened by the reasons given for limiting the use of the Missal of Pope St. John XXIII, which is at the center of its charism. The Fraternity in no way recognizes itself in the criticisms made. It is surprising that no mention is made of the many fruits visible in the apostolates attached to the missal of St. John XXIII and the joy of the faithful in being able to benefit from this liturgical form. Many people have discovered or returned to the Faith thanks to this liturgy. How can we fail to notice, moreover, that the communities of the faithful attached to it are often young and flourishing, and that many Christian households, priests or religious vocations have come from it?

In the current context, we wish to reaffirm our unwavering fidelity to the successor of Peter on the one hand, and on the other, our desire to remain faithful to our Constitutions and charism, continuing to serve the faithful as we have done since our foundation. We hope to be able to count on the understanding of the bishops, whose authority we have always respected, and with whom we have always collaborated loyally.

Confident in the intercession of Our Lady and our Patron, Saint Peter, we hope to live this trial in faith and fidelity.

How you can be right about almost everything, and still be totally, tragically, wrong

Don’t do it. I was tempted by this back in 2002 when the sex scandal was raging. I had only discovered Tradition a few years earlier, and was still angry about what they had stolen from us. I confessed to a good priest, who explained why clinging to the Barque was essential. If Christ promised to never abandon His Church, who do you think you are? Pray, do penance, and trust in the Divine Providence. On the day of your Particular Judgment, you’ll be glad you did. Help others understand this.

Barnhardt Podcast #151: Weapon of Mass Destruction

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Barnhardt Podcast #151: Weapon of Mass Destruction

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In this episode Ann, Dr. Mazza, Mark Docherty, and Supernerd discuss the disastrous document vomited out of Rome this past Friday, the effects we expect to see in the short term, and quote from Church History and a few Church Doctors on the licitness and necessity for the laity to speak up and question things when the rightful defenders of the Faith fall silent. Remember that PRIESTS are going to catch the brunt of the fallout from this new document so it’s paramount we pray for priests and let them know we support them: we need them far more than they need us!

Council of Trent Session 22 says Our Lord’s words are in the Mass:

“On the Canon of the Mass. And whereas it beseemeth, that holy things be administered in a holy manner, and of all holy things this sacrifice is the most holy; to the end that it might be worthily and reverently offered and received, the Catholic Church instituted, many years ago, the sacred Canon, so pure from every error, that nothing is contained therein which does not in the highest degree savour of a certain holiness and piety, and raise up unto God the minds of those that offer. For it is composed, out of the very words of the Lord, the traditions of the apostles, and the pious institutions also of holy pontiffs.”

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