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Dying COVID-19 patient recovers after court orders hospital to administer ivermectin

Mr. Sun Ng, fully recovered after receiving ivermectin, just before being discharged from Edward Hospital to head to his daughter’s home, on Nov. 27, 2021. (Tom Ciesielka) Mr. Sun Ng, fully recovered after receiving ivermectin
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Mr. Sun Ng, fully recovered after receiving ivermectin, just before being discharged from Edward Hospital to head to his daughter’s home, on Nov. 27, 2021.
An elderly COVID-19 patient has recovered after a court order allowed him to be treated with ivermectin, despite objections from the hospital in which he was staying, according to the family's attorney.

After an Illinois hospital insisted on administering expensive remdesivir to the patient and the treatment failed, his life was saved after a court ordered that an outside medical doctor be allowed to use the inexpensive ivermectin to treat him, over the hospital's strenuous objections.

Ivermectin tablets have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat humans with intestinal strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis, two conditions caused by parasitic worms. Some topical forms of ivermectin have been approved to treat external parasites such as head lice and for skin conditions such as rosacea. The drug is also approved for use on animals.

Remdesivir has been given emergency use authorization by the FDA for treating certain categories of human patients that have been hospitalized with COVID-19. But the use of ivermectin to treat humans suffering from COVID-19 has become controversial because the FDA hasn't approved its so-called off-label use to treat the disease, which is caused by the CCP virus also known as SARS-CoV-2.

Comment: After much tragedy, the word is slowly getting out. Thoughtful family members who see their bretheren sufferring from needn't succomb to the criminally malfeasent and malevolent diktates of hospitals.

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Key Democrat to exit Congress

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House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon)
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chair Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon) will not seek re-election in 2022. The founder of the Congressional Progressive Caucus is the 19th House Democrat to bow out before the midterms.

DeFazio, 74, in a statement on Wednesday, said:
"It's time for me to pass the baton to the next generation so I can focus on my health and well-being. This was a tough decision at a challenging time for our republic with the very pillars of our democracy under threat, but I am bolstered by the passion and principles of my colleagues in Congress and the ingenuity and determination of young Americans who are civically engaged and working for change."
The longest-serving member from Oregon, DeFazio has been in the House of Representatives for 36 years. He was among the original founders of the Progressive Caucus, now considered a major influence in internal Democrat politics.


Merry Christmas to All Our Readers! Donate Here to Receive Your 2022 SOTT Desktop Calendar

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As we approach the end of 2021, the Sott.net team would like to wish all our readers a merry Christmas and a happy new year. Truly, a happy new year! As depressing and foreboding as the general climate is right now, we remember that there is much to be thankful for, not least the friendships and fellowship we discovered and made along the way to building this global network of courageous truth-seekers!

It seems like an age ago now, but the year actually began with hope that the 2020 US presidential election could be 'un-rigged', until a bunch of naive 'revolutionaries' were led up the garden path and straight into the heart of Congress, a trap laid for them by Federal agents who used it to cement the regime's re-taking of the presidency, finally silence Donald Trump, and replace majority with 'minority rule'.

The US presidency has been restored to its purely ceremonial role (and the incumbent can't even carry that out half-decently), and since then everything has just gone downhill real fast. It's a veritable 'sign of our time' that the 'will of the people' has been so thoroughly side-lined - and not just in the US, but right across the world. We all live under the planetary regime of 'Pandemia' now. And it feels like we're in the 'end game'.


Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Pilot says he flew the rich and famous on 'Lolita express', sez underage girl looked mature & reports he didn't see any sexual activity

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‘Lolita Express’ pilot says Jeffrey Epstein introduced him to victim ‘Jane’ in the cockpit.
The pilot of the so-called "Lolita Express" testified during the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell that he flew presidents, princes and Hollywood stars on Jeffrey Epstein's private jets for 30 years.

Larry Visoski told the court on Tuesday that he remembered Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and Kevin Spacey being among the passengers.

Mr Visoski name-dropped the high-profile passengers, along with actor Chris Tucker and violinist Itzhak Perlman, when asked during cross-examination if he remembered them specifically.

Comment: Another Independent article states:
Mr Visoski's decades of service were rewarded generously, the court heard. Epstein reportedly gave his pilot 40 acres of land in New Mexico on which to build a house. He also paid for his two daughters to go to college.

In almost 30 years, Mr Visoski said he never once saw Epstein or Ms Maxwell behave inappropriately. He even let his own two daughters ride with Ms Maxwell, who he said seemed like a nice person.
So the pilot could walk to the back of the plane where the bathroom was whenever he wanted to and in 30 years he never saw ANYTHING? Are we really supposed to believe that?


Will smallpox be the next 'lab leak'?

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"You should be afraid of the next 'lab leak.'" So, declares a New York Times headline, November 23, 2021.1 And they may well be correct. In recent weeks, insinuations hinting at a potential smallpox outbreak have circulated in the news, while additional evidence of COVID-19 being the result of a lab leak have emerged.2 As reported by The New York Times:3
"The National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories ... in Boston's South End ... has one of the larger collections of Biosafety Level 4 and Biosafety Level 3 labs in the world. These kinds of facilities are where research on the planet's most threatening pathogens takes place.
Ebola, Lassa, Marburg viruses: All are designated for Level 4 work by the National Institutes of Health, meaning they are both transmissible and highly pathogenic, with few (or no) treatments for those who become infected with them ...
In 2015, the NIH commissioned a consulting firm called Gryphon Scientific to do a risk assessment4 of certain types of research at U.S. labs. The result, released in April 2016, was a thousand-page report that concluded, among other things, that experiments to improve the transmissibility of coronaviruses in a lab could 'significantly' increase the chance of a pandemic 'due to a laboratory accident."

Comment: Who knows what the future will bring, it could be a lab leak- intentional/ accidental, microbes and viral particles attached to cometary debris, or a recombining of a virus that is far more deadly thanks to the mass vaccine experiment. Whatever happens, now is the time to ensure we are healthy in body and mind. See also:


Black Lives Matter launches Christmas campaign against 'white-supremacist capitalism'

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Twitter tirade follows attack on Thanksgiving as a holiday celebrated on "stolen lands" with "dry turkey."

Black Lives Matter (BLM) is attacking two of America's most revered holidays, accusing Americans of "eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land" on Thanksgiving and promoting "white-supremacist capitalism" with Christmas.

The official Twitter account of the self-described "collective of liberators" posted, "YOU ARE ON STOLEN LAND" (original emphasis), with the subheading "Colonization never ended, it just became normalized."

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CCTV shows Brooklyn apartment building explode after neighbor reported smelling gas leak, fire engulfs building injuring 6

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The explosion occurred in the basement and caused the first floor to collapse
Shocking moment Brooklyn apartment building explodes in gas leak that engulfed three-story building in flames leaving six injured and 54 injured as neighbors warn: 'they ignored it and this was the result'

An explosion at a Brooklyn basement left six injured and dozens displaced on Wednesday morning as firefighters fought back the flames that engulfed the three-story building and nearby homes.

Shocking video from the New York Fire Department shows the residence at 58 Vermont St., in Cypress Hills, suddenly explode just after midnight, flinging the front door and debris and across the street.

Comment: Another explosion that's possibly gas related to add to the list: See also: SOTT Exclusive: The growing threat of underground fires and explosions

Mr. Potato

Jussie Smollett's defense: Osundario brothers 'sophisticated' criminals who set him up

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Jussie Smollett says two Nigerian-born brothers - one of whom was his personal trainer, lover, and alleged drug dealer - are "sophisticated" criminals who set him up. The 39-year-old actor is accused of lying to police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic assault. The class-4 felony carries a sentence of up to three years in prison, however experts cited by Fox News think he would most likely face probation and perhaps community service.

Comment: How can you be "set up" to lie about a hate crime perpetrated on yourself?

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'Just turned into this orgy': First accuser testifies at Ghislaine Maxwell trial

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Ghislaine Maxwell listens to testimony during her trial on Nov. 30, 2021.
A woman who says she was sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein testified on Tuesday that Ghislaine Maxwell helped lure her into his orbit when she was just 14 and described how the depraved duo were "giggling" when they first molested her together.

The alleged victim, an actress identified by the pseudonym "Jane" in court, said she was at Epstein's Palm Beach, Florida, mansion in 1994 when the pedophile and his accused madam led her upstairs to his bedroom, moved her over to the bed and "took their clothes off."

"They started to sort of like fondle each other," she said, adding that they were "casually giggling" as she stood there.

Comment: More from RT:
Jane testified that the pair's mention of "scholarships" was appealing, and she ultimately gave them her mother's phone number, which led to invites for the teen to "tea" at Epstein's home. There, Jane said she spent time "every week or two" - starting with "casual stuff" like shopping sprees and mall dates.

Jane says she was first abused by Epstein at his Palm Beach home as he promised to help with her artistic career. He "knew all the agents ... all the photographers ... and could 'make things happen,'" he allegedly told her.

Epstein "took me in the pool house and on the right-hand side was this couch, futon-looking thing, and he just proceeded to pull me over. He sat in the corner and didn't say a word," she testified. Jane said Epstein then pulled his pants down, "pulled me on top of himself, and proceeded to masturbate on me."

"I was frozen in fear. I'd never seen a penis before... There were hands everywhere."

Jane, who was 14 when she first met Epstein and Maxwell, claimed such sexual encounters would occur "about every two weeks," with Maxwell allegedly touching her breasts during group sex.
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Dem Senator warns Supreme Court of 'revolution' if Roe v. Wade overturned

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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said there would be a “revolution” if the Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) predicted Monday that there would be a "revolution" if the Supreme Court overturned its landmark Roe v. Wade decision as the justices prepare to hear arguments in a highly anticipated case on the issue.

During a virtual event featuring the Granite State's House and Senate delegation, Shaheen was asked if she believed the abortion debate had become "muted" since so many Americans do not remember life before Roe was decided in 1973.

"I hope the Supreme Court is listening to the people of the United States because ... I think if you want to see a revolution go ahead, outlaw Roe v. Wade and see what the response is of the public, particularly young people," she said. "Because I think that will not be acceptable to young women or young men."

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