A typical ICU unit


–There was an overwhelming response to the July 20th article on Ivermectin, a safe, inexpensive medicine which has proven extremely effective in treating Covid-19. It can only be given by prescription. In response to numerous requests for information on how to obtain Ivermectin, we are providing the website which gives a nationwide list of physicians who will prescribe it. Go to: covid19criticalcare.com

 “As I live, my desire is to destroy the so-called medical profession, because it is not a profession of healing, it is a profession of drugs.”  –The Honorable Elijah Muhammad

The West seems quite upset that many African countries are soundly rejecting their deadly COVID-19 “vaccines”. It is now widely-known that the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan warned African countries not to take these so-called vaccines (The Criterion). The author of a December 1, 2021 article in the New York Times,“The Next Challenge to Vaccinating Africa: Overcoming Skepticism”, complained that,“Just days before the Omicron variant was first detected, health officials in South Africa turned away shipments of doses from Pfizer-BioNTech and Johnson & Johnson, worried that their stockpile of 16 million shots might spoil amid insufficient demand.”


However, the data explains why African nations don’t want or need western so-called vaccines. They have been successful combating the virus while countries with the highest rates of inoculations, such as the United States, have the highest number of cases and outbreaks. Madagascar, with a per capita income of only $450 per year, uses a tonic developed by the Madagascar Institute of Applied Research (IMRA).

It is made from artemisia—a local plant with proven efficacy in treating malaria. To date, Madagascar, with only a 0.72% vaccination rate has experienced 3.6 COVID-19 related deaths per 100,000. Meanwhile, the U.S. has a 62.7% vaccination rate, but has suffered 242.74 COVID-19 related deaths per 100,000. But America persists in hiding knowledge and access to treatments such as the artemisia tonic.

Instead of accolades, there was an assassination attempt on President Andry Rajoelina of Madagascar. Not only was he attacked, but earlier President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi died at age 55 “of a heart attack” in June of 2020. President John Magufuli of Tanzania died at age 61 of “an unknown illness” in April of 2021. Similar to Madagascar, Burundi had a 0.00% vaccination rate with only 0.3 COVID deaths per 100,000. Tanzania had a 0.4% vaccination rate with only 1.27 COVID deaths per 100,000. Effects of the coronavirus are virtually non-existent.

Dr. Shankara Chetty in front of his clinic made of tents. Photo: NOI Research Group

A closer look at what has transpired in South Africa from the beginning of this so-called pandemic will shed light on why the West is so “hell bent” on pushing its “vaccines” and its medical drug culture on Africa. We must look at the historical development of the White man’s medicine in America as opposed to more natural health practices in Africa, like what was also practiced by Black people in America immediately after slavery.

When chattel slavery ended, Black people continued to resort to what they found in nature to produce their own remedies for their ailments. By 1910 the Black population had grown to 9.8 million. In fact, by 1910 we had established 7 medical schools and by 1923 had 200 hospitals—we now have one hospital. Those Black doctors used herbal medicines which were extracted from plants to treat disease. These practices went back to Black people’s ancient healing roots in Africa. In fact, the Ebers Papyrus (2900 B.C.) is an Egyptian pharmaceutical record, which documents over 700 plant-based drugs.

The ability of their former slaves to heal themselves was seen as a threat by the White elite, such as the Rockefellers and Carnegies. They funded a 1910 study called “The Flexner Report”, which recommended to the American Medical Association (AMA) a set of practices defined as “good medicine”, meaning synthetic drugs made from petroleum and surgery performed in hospitals.

Most synthetic drugs are organic molecules made using petrochemicals. Petrochemicals are made from oil, petroleum. Once scientists discover a particular set of hydrocarbons that produce the healing qualities of a particular plant, they can then mimic nature and patent their synthetic drugs made from petroleum and sell them to make exorbitant profits. The most well-known examples of the transformation of natural products into synthetic drugs include: 1. Aspirin from willow tree bark, 2. Morphine from opium poppy and 3. Penicillium from a type of fungus.

Of course, they need to keep the people away from the drugs found in nature so they can sell imitations. We can see this played out today in the vilification of Ivermectin by Merck who had patented it in 1987. However, when the patent ran out, they said that Ivermectin was not safe and effective, while they were making a synthetic product similar to Ivermectin that they could get newly patented, FDA approved and sell it for billions of dollars. The pharmaceutical companies enlisted hospitals to prohibit Ivermectin’s use in treating COVID-19; on the other hand they were mandated to give their patients the very dangerous and expensive drug, Remdesivir. The final nail in the coffin is putting them on ventilators.

Fortunately, a doctor in rural South Africa lived 22 miles from the nearest hospital with no access in his community to Remdesivir, oxygen, IV’s or ventilators. All he had was his medical training, love for his patients and a high level of observation and recordkeeping on his patients. To date, this doctor, Dr. Shankara Chetty, has successfully treated 5,000+ Covid-19 patients without a single hospitalization or death. His experience is similar to a host of independent-minded clinical practitioners who treated their patients based on “best practices” from training and experience, rather than government agencies and global medical dictators like the WHO.

Dr. Chetty made a clinic in his driveway using tents. He divided his patients up according to symptoms, not laboratory tests, and treated their symptoms the way he would treat any respiratory illness. However, he noticed that some of his patients developed more serious symptoms that were not flu-like on the 8th day from them first feeling sick. Through this methodology he was able to discover that the greatest danger to his patients was not the pathogen that caused the flu-like symptoms, but the part of that pathogen that kicked in 8 days after initial exposure.

He discovered that the spike protein caused a hypersensitive allergic reaction to it as though it was a poison, like a bee sting. He discovered that the patients that were dying in the hospitals were dying because they were misdiagnosed with pneumonia, when in reality it was an acute allergic reaction to a poison, spike protein. The treatment was more dangerous than the misdiagnosed illness, which could have been handled with readily available and inexpensive drugs that would have stopped the patients’ own immune system from overreacting and damaging multiple organs in the body.

He also discovered that the worst thing the medical system did was to recommend that when patients first showed up in the emergency rooms with flu-like symptoms, they were not to be treated, but sent home to get sicker, only to come back in a worsened condition and then mistreated with remdesivir, oxygen and ventilation, which in many cases killed them.

Dr. Chetty said that he had a colleague who was experiencing 2 deaths for every 10 of his COVID-19 patients. He asked Dr. Chetty to teach him his 8th day protocol. According to Dr. Chetty, this doctor went from seeing 2 patients die out of every 10, to having zero deaths after using Dr. Chetty’s protocol on 1,000 COVID-19 patients.

So, it seems that African countries were somehow blessed not to have all the modern testing equipment, expensive synthetic drugs and high-powered mechanical devices. Instead, they had local doctors familiar with more traditional healing practices. Which should tell us that a good doctor in a tent is better than a doctor in a $200 million hospital following dictates from hospital administrators, pharmaceutical and insurance companies and corrupt government agencies.

Let us follow The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and discard the White man’s drugs and fake food. Let us build a healthcare system based on Divine Guidance given to us in “How to Eat to Live”. Obedience to Allah (God) will prevent sickness and provide natural remedies to put our bodies back in balance so that we can heal ourselves.