Covid Cases; False Positives

So, there are 14,714 Covid cases in hospital right now. This sounds scary, right?

The reality is… almost every person admitted to hospital are being tested for Covid. The inventor of the PCR test, Kary B. Mullis, stated: “The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves”[1] – this is due to the qualitative nature of the tests. In practice, this means that if the material isn’t amplified enough, no one will test positive, whereas if it is amplified more than enough, everyone will test positive.

The Government’s own website admit that they can’t differentiate between infectious and non infectious viruses with the test stating; “RT-PCR detects presence of viral genetic material in a sample but is not able to distinguish whether infectious virus is present”[2].

The PCR test has been found to be hugely inaccurate[3]; Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab admitted that test accuracy is as little as 7%[4]; it’s been shown to give false positives for people that placed the swab in puddles or just simply took it out and put it back in [5]; and it was responsible for inaccurately diagnosing a paw paw fruit, an oil sample, and a goat with the virus in Tanzania [6].

Sound reliable? No. The 14,714 cases mentioned above meaning absolutely nothing. They could be there for any number of reasons. I’ve just submitted a FOI to find out what these patients are in hospital for, because context is clearly needed.

I understand that many want to justify this craziness… and so many in hospital with this ‘deadly’ disease may do that for them. The reality is if we combine Covid, pneumonia, and influenza deaths, we are well within normal remits for this time of year. There is no pandemic; the Government are just corrupt to the core, like all Governments. A global scale of corruption if you will… please stop buying into the fear, it will save lives.

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