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Bangladesh: Third world country with a population of 165 million, a 20% jab rate had one COVID death yesterday – How?

Bangladesh is a Third World country on the Indian subcontinent. It has a population of 167 million people, crammed into a nation smaller in size than the South Island.

With just a 20% mRNA jab rate, Bangladesh recorded not a single case of a COVID death on 20 November 2021, and just one yesterday. How did they do it, when ‘rich’ countries like the UK and USA sometimes suffer ‘thousands’ of deaths a day? (Or so we’ve been led to believe).

Bangladesh has a population density of over 3000 people per square mile, and in the capital Dhaka, it’s 36,000 people per square mile. In New Zealand there’s just 46 people per square mile. Social distancing isn’t possible in the slums, and with a GDP per capita of US$6 per day, no one’s buying face masks.

If there was ever a country on earth that COVID should ravage, according to the daily fear porn of our government, legacy mainstream media and pharma-captured medical experts, it would be Bangladesh. The majority of its population are crammed into vast slums (pictured), with no sanitation or medical facilities, with rampant malnutrition and a whole host of real deadly tropical diseases.

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According to the Dhaka Tribune, there were ZERO Covid deaths on 20 November. Yesterday, 30 November, there was just one.

How did Bangladesh achieve this?

The answer is Ivermectin. Currently, Ivermectin has already been adopted by 25 percent of the world’s countries to prevent and treat COVID-19. These countries tend to be the poorer nations who can’t afford, or don’t want mRNA experimental jabs from corrupt US big pharma.

Bangladesh, where Ivermectin is broadly used in almost every home, enjoys a 99% lower per capita death rate from COVID-19 than the US.

Last year a Bangladeshi study found that COVID-19 patients who voluntarily took part in the clinical trial and took only Ivermectin for five days were 77% more likely to have early viral clearance after 14 days compared to those who received a combination of Ivermectin and doxycycline (61%) and those who took a placebo (39%).

Ivermectin has been around for decades and has been prescribed billions of times. It is a highly safe and effective medicine for many tropical diseases and is listed by the WHO as one of humanity’s 25 most essesntial medicines. By a stroke of luck (for humanity, but bad luck for big pharma) the medicine was also found to be effective in treating COVID, but for some inexplicable reason, the government and medical authorities have banned it in New Zealand.

Why isn’t Ivermectin being used in New Zealand to treat COVID-19?

The answer to this is simple. Corruption.

The New Zealand government has prohibited doctors from prescribing Ivermectin to treat COVID-19 because there’s no money in it for big pharma. This is because Ivermectin is ‘off-patent’, meaning its patent has expired, and can therefore be legally mass produced by any company for about 5 cents per tablet.

Why has the government done this? The answer to this is not certain, but it does not take a giant leap of imagination to conclude that Pfizer probably told the government not to, as a condition of supplying us with the death clot mRNA jabs.

How many ‘COVID’ deaths in New Zealand could have been prevented with the right medication? Ivermectin is so safe, that there’s no real side effects in its usage, so there’s literally nothing to lose when dispensing it for people suffering from acute COVID symptoms. It’s better than hooking them up to a ventilator and waiting for them to die or hoping they will recover, which is the current practise in New Zealand hospitals.

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    • The country, like India, started off with a big number of deaths, but when Ivermectin was started to be used the daily count went to single figures, and on some days zero. So a lot of the 28,000 deaths you speak of happened earlier in the year prior to ivermectin. I just checked and the last 2 days for example 2 and 3 Dec they only had 3 deaths on each day. Same situation with India, they started off with huge death tally but reduced it 90% and in some states 100% by using ivermectin to treat covid symptoms

  1. Bangladesh is also a major user of Hydroxychloroquine against malaria, practically everyone in the country takes it. There was an article of breathtaking stupidity in the Herald the other day which claimed “scientists were mystified” and one particularly dense bint actually said the “maybe malaria was giving some protection against covid.” The failure to draw the obvious inference was absolutely mind boggling.

  2. According to the OIA responses I have received, the government has not formally evaluated Ivermectin at all. They refuse to. It’s intentional.


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