Phil Harper ~> You aren’t allowed to know who advised UK government against Ivermectin.

Phil Harper9 hr ago152

In the UK, the ‘COVID Therapeutics Advisory Panel’ played a critical role in deciding which drugs would be rolled out in the fight against COVID. The panel, we were told, was tasked to “accelerate delivery of large scale trials for COVID-19 treatments”. CTAP were to ‘ensure research continues at pace’. As chance would have it, the FDA had a nearly identical panel also called CTAP… the similarities between the two panels I’ll return to in another article.

The drugs recommended by CTAP would be funnelled into a network of ‘ready to go’ trials. The money was there, the infrastructure was there, and the aim was there to repurpose drugs ‘as soon as possible.’

As I previously reported, CTAP never recommended further investigation of Ivermectin, despite rock-solid research that quite literally demanded further investigation. Of all the therapeutics candidates, Ivermectin was way out in front, so why wasn’t it funnelled into a ‘proper’ trial? At least one CTAP advisor was not only aware of that research, he may have played a role in altering the conclusions of a critical paper on its efficacy.

So far, so shady.


About michael burgwin

A child of the peace and antiWar movements, a Truther with self-diagnosed Opposition Defiance Disorder, formerly politically liberal tho now politically marooned, and Post-Doomer, on any issue, I trend to the conspiracy side, sort through the absurd, fantastical and insane, until I find firm ground usually located just the other side of the censorship firewall of propaganda and orthodoxy, dogma, and other either / or thinking.
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