Ivermectin story submission: Mrs Thesna Aston

To make everyone aware of the tireless work that SahariTHJ and the Ivy Leaguers do on a daily basis. Here is an article I have written about them.

The Ivy League:

League as a noun is a collection of people, countries, or groups that combine for mutual protection or cooperation.

Most people who are interested in sports have heard about the Ivy League irrespective of the type of sports. To qualify to be a part of a league reflects your ability to be among the best in that particular sports. The sportspeople guaranteed to gain a victory over their opponents.

There is another Ivy League that exists that has nothing to do with sports but instead consists of ordinary people who aren’t interested in winning but assisting.

South Africa has 9 provinces and the people belonging to this Ivy League live in most of them. You don’t need to be famous to join nor wealthy. The only requirements that are important are the willingness to care about humanity and to love your neighbour as you love yourself. No, it’s not some “60’s hippy compound,” but a league so strong that not even a powerful Government can topple it. It’s the league of the Ivermectin angels. Ivy League is the term I am using to avoid censorship and being shut down on social media.

These Ivy Leaguers work day and night under tremendous pressure and stress to get the medication out to those in desperate need of it. From big cities to small towns, the Ivy Leaguers come together when someone needs help, and at great cost to themselves, both financially and personally, they plot and plan to save lives.

Quietly and efficiently working “behind the scenes,” like a Hollywood blockbuster, they jump on what needs to be done and this continues 24/7. While some of us are quietly sleeping, the Ivy League is busy planning on how to get assistance to those in need. Courier companies are used to deliver goods, vasts amounts of petrol, energy and time are needed to assist one person, and most of the time they succeed.

I’ve often thought about how wonderful life would be if we could use the same efficiency and energy to rid the world of greed, racism and poverty.

The Ivy Leaguers seem to have put aside their ego’s and their needs, to focus on the people of this country. They seemed to have gotten the formula of Ramaphosa’s Thuma Mina (send me) campaign of 2019 right; the campaign which aims to improve service delivery with the help of South Africans. The call is about patriotism and a call for South Africans to work together to build a new and improved South Africa.

There is no wealthy benefactor behind them! They are ordinary people utilizing their own money and the bits received from donations to help people in need.

The Ivy League members are always on standby, ready to dispatch the help when a call for help is received. Often, because of the “third wave,” we are currently in, there are several calls for assistance, yet their feathers are never ruffled instead they summon even more energy, understanding that time is of the essence and every moment counts. The flurry of activity behind the scenes has dizzying effects and it is the same each day, every day.

Sadly, the only time there is a moment of silence is when they hear of a death. For just a moment, they down tools and honour the passing of a soul. Then it’s back to the business of educating, informing, assisting! They are like ants, always on the go, always working, taking turns to sleep and quietly acknowledging their fellow Ivy League members.

The Ivy League using Ivermectin helped so many people that they have lost count of the numbers, but I am part of those numbers, alive today because the above is exactly what they did when I reached out for help.

Mrs Thesna Aston
Mrs Thesna Aston
Writer
Cape Town , Western Cape, ZA

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