again. the virus does not exist.
The virus that doesn’t exist: lies and consequences by Jon Rappoport
the only virus that exists is/are the one/ones in the vaccines.
and now I’m beginning to question the existence of all viruses. some scientists believe that ‘viruses’ are simply remnants of dead cells. makes a lot of sense, much more sense than live viruses (they’re not alive) that cause havoc in the body (they do but only passively).
still making sense of it all. need to reconsider everything we’ve been told about viruses.
Then what the hell was I sick with for an entire year? Why are my lungs still messed up 19 months later?
This type of miss-information is spread to distract. Focus on the prep and the resistance…
No one denies there is a terrible flu that can easily become organizing pneumonia around. Lots of people I know personally have caught it, some hospitalized. The inadequate and harmful protocols being used that block HCQ/IVM while promoting the failed cancer drug Remdesivir are both deliberate and genocidal.
Here’s the issue:
CDC admits the virus comparison for standards in testing with PCR is computer generated. In normal lab testing you always have the thing to compare test results to so that you can declare positive/ negative. If this is true about the computer generated genome (proven numerous times) so who was really ever positive?
….Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCov were available for CDC to use when this test (PCR) was developed….
You can download the 10page document by clicking the link in the article.
I have the feeling that TPTB are actually quite happy about extreme misinformation campaigns and fake news, because it does exactly what Chris points out: sowing confusion and numbing down of critical thinking.
This piece seems to be another example of that. Full of technical mumbo-jumbo.
OK. You are free to believe that no virus exists or viruses in general don’t exist but I think that’s a colossal mistake.
In order for that to be correct, thousands of other things we currently think are true would have to be wrong. Electron microscopy images obtained decades ago would have to be forged or showing something else. Genetic modification of food that has taken place could not have happened without using plant viruses to deliver the new DNA. Smallpox would have been something different than we thought it was, and its virtual eradication would have just been good luck. Even the people currently taking flak from TPTB for the lab leak theory of COVID’s origins would be wrong. There’s so many more lines of evidence than this too. Viruses are about as uncontroversial as gravity. Honestly, the chances that you are just a brain in a jar are higher than the chance of thousands of previously uncontroversial scientific claims being wrong at the same time.
Keep your eye on the ball. I could spend all day listing reasons to not trust Brandon, his cronies in the bureaucracy and corporate press, and any of their recommendations. But opening up a new front on the germ theory of disease or scientific truth is not a winning strategy.
“The Confusion Game” is an old intelligence technique, and is always played upon any targeted population.
Just as various “socially engineered phrases and word triggers” are used to push people off their intellectual feet, cause doubt, or to cripple the mind.
If you are not aware of these emotionally programed phrases and terms, they are usually effective to their purpose…which is causing you to retreat into silence.
Should these techniques fail to intimidate you, usually violence then ensues…meant to shut you up. Such violence starts with screaming various lies..while they advance on you and try to bring you to the attention of others in the immediate area…and, if there are enough, you will be attacked.
Your choices, in response, are to remove yourself, or to fight. If you are not there to play, one does not defend with anything less than 100%, and your target is the mouth. Drop the mouth quickly and hard, don’t talk, and do not dance. Then, proceed.
I dont want to contribute to the disinformation here. I would like to point out one thing that I don’t understand.
Buried deep in the document, in a section titled, “Performance Characteristics,” we have this: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV [SARS-CoV-2] are currently available, assays [diagnostic tests] designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”
Why is it that the virus hasn’t been isolated? Is this true, because I’ve heard it multiple times. If someone can explain this I think it might help clear up a piece of confusion.
The man made virus has been sequenced by dozens of labs. In fact the have sequenced dozens of variants of it over the last year or so.
Sequencing full viruses is how they are able to modify them in gain of function.
A virus is a strand of mRNA or other RNA encapsulated in a “package” and we are receiving and sending viruses by the millions all the time. Our bodies do a miraculous job of “sorting the mail” as it were. Deciding what is important, where it needs to go, or if it needs to be labeled as junk mail and destroyed.
Viruses are not alive. Bacteria are alive. Because viruses are only a small snippet of rna science has in the past labeled them as just trash or waste but geneticists now understand the importance of the virome. Almost half our DNA came to us in viral packages. As someone posted a while back we would still be laying eggs if it were not for some viruses that gave us the instructions we needed to have live birth.
There is so much information that has been documented over just the last 10 to 20 years helping us to understand our direct relationship to the planet through the virome and now we have declared war on it.
You are certainly free to believe anything you wish. But I know people who have had the disease. It is a nasty disease. One was hospitalized and nearly died. One was a relative who had a very bad bout with it.
I assume it is virus borne and, to that extent I believe the MSM, which (in this case) agrees with top people in the field such as Robert Malone and Peter McCullough. It seems hard to make a case that it does not exist.