Sudden Death, Cancer, and Suicide Plague Kerala –the Cost of Refusing Ivermectin and Embracing the Vaccine – More Lessons from Kerala
Nearly two years ago, I reported on two Indian States, Uttar Pradesh which embraced Ivermectin and shunned the Vaccine, and the other Kerala, a state that did the opposite, restricting Ivermectin and jabbing as many as possible.
"Kerala has been reporting over 22,000 new COVID infections in the last three days. No other state in India is even close to the 10,000 mark. The COVID conundrum in the southern state has led to several questions, with no certain answers."
The Times of India published this statement on July 29, 2021.
“Kerala has continued to have the majority of new daily cases and almost 25% of India's daily deaths despite a population of 34 million, less than 3% of India's total population.”
On August 15, 2021, Kerala accounted for 18,582 of India's 32,937 new cases and 102 of India's 417 new deaths. By contrast, the Ivermectin-using state of Delhi, with nearly the same population size, recorded only 53 new cases and ZERO deaths. In comparison, Uttar Pradesh, with almost eight times as many inhabitants, had only 30 new cases and ONE death.
Kerala had 619 times as many new cases as Uttar Pradesh and over 100 times as many deaths.
In 2021 I wrote this: “So what could Kerala be doing wrong?” And what could Uttar Pradesh be doing right? With the benefit of hindsight, we know today that early treatment with Ivermectin saved Uttar Pradesh, and they had one of the lowest COVID-19 death rates of any nation worldwide.
By stark contrast, the cases in Kerala were off the charts.
However, the most problematic feature was Kerala's high vaccination rate compared to the other Indian States. While vaccination should be a good thing, it can have severe negative consequences when it leads to rampant viral transmission.
Uttar Pradesh beat all other states (except Bihar) with the lowest COVID deaths and infections because of early and preventative Ivermectin use IN ALL FAMILY CONTACTS. This is despite Uttar Pradesh having only a 4.9% vaccination rate, one of the five lowest of all states in India. On the other hand, Kerala ranked in the top five most vaccinated states. Kerala had vaccinated 70% of citizens 45 years and older, and almost 56% of its population has had at least one shot.
And fast forward to today in 2023. Guess what Kerala is seeing now?
Indian news media report massive increases in cancer, sudden deaths, and suicides. These are written in the headlines of the Indian Newspapers – apparently beyond the long arm of Western Censorship.
Kerala is now witnessing the late effects – some two years later – of their decision to decline Ivermectin and embrace the Vaccine in Western fashion. Is it a coincidence they are now witnessing the same consequences now seen in the United States with the sudden unexplained deaths of celebrities like our Ray Liotta?
Look at India’s sunil Babu who worked in the film Varisu. His sudden death shocked the film crew.
Here is another sunil headline.
Sunil was one of many. KK was another Bollywood star who died suddenly.
Krishnakumar Kunnath, the Indian singer popularly known as KK, died with sudden cardiac arrest while performing a concert in Kolkata in May of 2022.
But the sudden cardiac deaths in children and teenagers are even more alarming. They are not unique to the United States. Look at the sudden death of a ten-year-old polo player.
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