People are being told to take a PCR test if they feel unwell and even if they don’t feel unwell. A positive result and you are in quarantine for ten days anyway, even if you didn’t have a sniffle. And it is the number of positive tests that the media endlessly report… and are used to fearmonger mask mandates and lockdowns nationwide.
So like all clinical tests let’s explore if they are fit for purpose.
1. What are we looking for?
And here we hit upon the first major problem, all-cause mortality data shows no viral outbreak in 2020.
Ok, maybe all-cause mortality shows “Covid19” wasn’t the killer we were told it was in 2020. What therefore is “Covid-19”?
2. Disease-specific features
For any disease to be identifiable it needs to have a unique combination of features, that make it distinguishable from other diseases.
However, there are no specific symptoms for Covid-19 “for most respiratory diseases there are no unmistakable specific symptoms. Therefore, a differentiation of the different pathogens is purely clinically impossible” Thomas Loscher, infectious disease physician. Even the loss of smell and taste can not be called a new symptom.
With the absence of disease-specific features, what is actually being tested for?
3. The Virus
And here we hit upon our next problem, we are told the “SARS-CoV-2” virus is the cause of “Covid-19” however:
- The virus has not been purified and isolated. There is no real-world evidence of SARS-CoV-2 using the Scientific Method (which is completely ignored in pharmaceutical science) rather than computer models.
- Even if it had been it still wouldn’t determine disease causality. If the claim is that SARS-CoV-2 causes COVID-19, then tests must be conducted to show causality and must be reproducible.
- Reproducibility is critical, it being part of the Scientific Method. If the same results can’t be repeated, then the hypothesis is false.
- Finally, an examination of the scientific literature has found no evidence of any deadly viruses, let alone SARS-CoV-2.
Ok, so what is the PCR test testing for?
4. The PCR Test
PCR tests for a specific RNA pattern found on a nasal swab. PCR does not test for disease or illness, it doesn’t tell you if you are sick. The Nobel Prize-winning inventor of the process never intended it to be used as a diagnostic tool, and said so publicly:
“PCR is just a process that allows you to make a whole lot of something out of something. It doesn’t tell you that you are sick, or that the thing that you ended up with was going to hurt you or anything like that.”
PCR tests are known to produce a lot of false-positive results, by reacting to genetic material that is not specific:
- A Chinese study found the same patient’s could get two different results from the same test on the same day.
- In Germany, tests are known to have reacted to common cold viruses.
- A 2006 study found PCR tests for one virus responded to other viruses too.
- In 2007, reliance on PCR tests resulted in an “outbreak” of Whooping Cough that never actually existed.
- Some tests in the US even reacted to the negative control sample.
- The late President of Tanzania, John Magufuli, submitted samples goat, pawpaw and motor oil for PCR testing, all came back positive for the virus.
- In February of 2020 experts were admitting the test was unreliable. Dr Wang Cheng, president of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences told Chinese state television “The accuracy of the tests is only 30-50%”.
- The Australian government’s own website claimed “There is limited evidence available to assess the accuracy and clinical utility of available COVID-19 tests.”
- A Portuguese court ruled that PCR tests were “unreliable” test for Sars-Cov-2 and should not be used for diagnosis and therefore any enforced quarantine based on those test results is unlawful.
- The World Health Organization (Twice) Admitted PCR tests produced false positives. In December 2020 WHO put out a briefing memo on the PCR process instructing labs to be wary of high CT values causing false-positive results: when specimens return a high CT value, it means that many cycles were required to detect virus. In some circumstances, the distinction between background noise and actual presence of the target virus is difficult to ascertain.
- Then, in January 2021, the WHO released another memo, this time warning that “asymptomatic” positive PCR tests should be re-tested because they might be false positives: when specimens return a high CT value, it means that many cycles were required to detect virus. In some circumstances, the distinction between background noise and actual presence of the target virus is difficult to ascertain.
How did the PCR test become a diagnostic tool?
- The genome of the Sars-Cov-2 virus was supposedly sequenced by Chinese scientists in December 2019, then published on January 10th 2020.
- Less than two weeks later, German virologists (Christian Drosten et al.) had allegedly used the genome to create assays for PCR tests.
- They wrote a paper, Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR, which was submitted for publication on January 21st 2020, and then accepted on January 22nd. Meaning the paper was allegedly “peer-reviewed” in less than 24 hours. A process that typically takes weeks.
- Since then, a consortium of over forty life scientists has petitioned for the withdrawal of the paper, writing a lengthy report detailing 10 major errors in the paper’s methodology.
- They have also requested the release of the journal’s peer-review report, to prove the paper really did pass through the peer-review process. The journal has yet to comply.
- The Corman-Drosten assays are the root of every Covid PCR test in the world.
- If the paper is questionable, every PCR test is also questionable. Because like all medical tests, there need’s to be a comparison to a “gold standard” to determine their “sensitivity” and “specificity”..
So we now have
- No identifiable pandemic
- No distinguishable disease
- No identifiable cause of illness
- No valid diagnostic test
Yet the propaganda machine is perpetuating fear that perfectly healthy humans are bioweapons, based on a test that is not fit for purpose, for a disease that hasn’t been shown to exist, for which we must stick rods up ours and our children’s noses, isolate from loved ones, wear masks and now take an experimental jab in order to get our freedoms back?
The Sars-Cov-2 virus has never been purified and isolated.
The PCR test is unspecific yet it has been promoted as “gold standard by the media and huge numbers of tests have been performed results in draconian measures for anyone who tests positive whether they have symptoms or not.
The PCR test is only designed to detect fragments of genetic information that is not exclusive to any one virus. It does not detect a “disease” called COVID-19. Antibody tests cannot be valid for the same reason.
We have a pandemic of PCR testing. If there were no PCR test there would be no “pandemic”
If there is no Covid pandemic was the whole thing nothing more than a propaganda campaign?