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COVID-19: The Chickens are Now Coming Home to Roost
The chickens are now coming home to roost. Big pharma, as well as the politicians, the doctors, and the regulators who supported the vax campaign, have lost a lot of credibility, even before facing probably two decades of lawsuits and potentially criminal prosecutions (Bill Gates is already up on charges for murder by the vaccine in India).
You said you could not see the elephant in the room? Neither could I! It’s supposed to be a virus, too small to see, but I am also getting a lot of static. Growing dissent among the Covid dissenters is not helping, but it is a fact of life and to be expected. One of the bright lights has been the US/German Corona Investigative Committee, started by Reiner Fuellmich and Viviane Fischer. They have produced hundreds of hours of expert testimony relative to the Corona crisis.
They now seem to be having a falling out, resulting in the ouster of Fuellmich. It is questionable how long the committee can remain viable after this, but its work will stand. Meanwhile, it does not sound like Fuellmich will sit still, either. It’ll take some time for the dust to settle, but Fuellmich is now organizing a new entity, ICIC (International Crimes Investigative Committee). Also, Fuellmich is getting some criticism from other areas as well, with Eric Coppolino questioning why he has avoided the question of the existence of the virus, which seems critical. I previously wrote about the controversy between Breggin and Desmet, with Robert Malone caught in the crossfire. Last but not least, there is the question of lab origins or otherwise, which merely reaffirms the reality of the virus.
Unfortunately, these types of developments always get the headlines, but we are well advised to dig deeper and look into what may be really happening. The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie. “One word of truth outweighs the world.” – Aleksander Solzhenitsyn.
We have arrived at the point where statistics from around the world (see a.o. the recent work of Denis Rancourt) show that all of the Corona measures have been grossly counter-productive, from the lockdowns to social distancing and masks to the vaccines. Also, the suppression of viable, cheap, and effective early treatments in favor of expensive, and far riskier drugs, such as Remdesvir, is now beginning to be understood, and the idea of putting all our eggs in one basket with the “warp speed” vaccine seems more deranged by the day. Very few things could be more dramatic than the recent testimony of Army Lt. Col. Theresa Long, MD. She was one such individual who stood up among the consensus culture of the army.
However, all this is much ado about nothing once you realize what is going on, which is our medical model is simply falling apart. One of the more insightful things to surface recently is the work of Denis Rancourt, who analyzed the whole process across all fifty states from the beginning until mid-2022. To put it bluntly, the data (excess mortality) suggests that the virus observed stop signs and political boundaries, given the differences in state-to-state outcomes. Since that was a bit unlikely, Rancourt concludes that the model of how a respiratory virus might spread does not line up with the actual facts on the ground, leading to the conclusion that human interventions are more to blame for the problem than any virus, if ever there was one.
Jonathan Engler over at Panda came to the same conclusions about the initial “spread” in Northern Italy. I.e., careful statistical analysis revealed that the spread was more about differential policies in different communities than a normal viral spread model, which would not make observer political differences, bringing us to the final point, the virus itself. The statistical analysis by Rancourt is based on the data after it was all (mostly) over.
Had the world been more educated about vitamin D (sunshine!), as well as nasal flushes and gargling, there would never have been a pandemic. For high-risk patients, there were early treatment protocols that could have saved millions around the world. The universal fear campaign and the house arrest of the population (lockdowns) did more damage than any virus. Curiously, in the 1918 Spanish flu, NYC developed the infamous steam radiator, which produced enough heat so you could have fresh air and be comfortable at the same time. But we forgot all the lessons of history.
Germ Theory versus Terrain Theory
Before Anthony Fauci, Louis Pasteur had held the world title for scientific fraud, always brown-nosing at the French court and failing upward based on bamboozling his political patrons with false claims that were never fully understood, until the publication of his diaries, long after his death. Still, towards the end of his life, he is reported to have endorsed the ideas of his rival Antoine Béchamp: “The microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything.” Without even getting into the matter of the physical proof of the existence of a virus, the issue was if diseased tissue attracted viruses or viruses caused healthy tissue to be diseased. Or, to put it more crudely: will killing the flies solve your garbage problem? Clearly not. Which is not to say you might not have to kill some flies even if you solve your garbage problem. During this particular go-around, there were perhaps two major issues that entered the discussion, one being vitamin D, and the other some research that was reported in the British Medical Journal into the reduction of the risk of “moderate to severe” Covid outcomes based on diets.
Unsurprisingly, anti-inflammatory diets were the winners, as was explained in a lovely video by Dr. Brooke Goldner: a 73% risk reduction for plant-based diets; a 59% reduction for pescetarian (plants + fish), to a 20% increased risk for the ever popular low carb, high-fat diets (Atkins, Paleo, Keto). The upshot is that if nutrition plays such a huge role, the signs now point to terrain theory, not germ theory. We know that from the mortality from the virus also: the preponderance of deaths in 2020 were older, sicker people, above average life expectancy, and comorbidities (95% with 4+ comorbidities, 67% with 6+ comorbidities). This was evident from the outset, even from the earliest analyses, like the Diamond Princess.
As to the elephant itself, or rather, the virus – you can’t see it, because it is imaginary, that is the message of the growing cadre of doctors and scientists who are favoring terrain theory and the legacy of Béchamp over Pasteur’s brainchild of germ theory, which he ended up doubting himself. This growing groundswell is quickly becoming unstoppable; perhaps this particular round gained strength with Dr. Samantha Bailey from New Zealand joining the German authors for a third edition of the book Virus Mania. Eventually, a formal scientific challenge was developed by a group of doctors who shared these views, such as The Virus Challenge, which is accessible to anybody on the website of Dr. Tom Cowan. More popular material exists in the form of the documentary by Steve Falconer/Spacebusters: The End of Germ Theory, and a longer (7.5 hours) documentary, The Viral Delusion, eminently worth watching.
Lastly, there is Christine Massey, who has obtained records from over 200 institutions in 40+ countries, and nobody, but nobody, has ever isolated the SARS-CoV-2 virus anywhere; it is only theoretical in a computer model. Sol Luckman is launching an initiative to Join the terrain train for all of us who would question the germ theory of disease. The longer you think about it, the more ridiculous it gets, there was an absolutely dogmatic determination to see something, and when they did not, they simply decided it must be too small to see. Still, that argument became untenable with electron microscopes. No problem, now we resort to computer simulations to sustain the belief in a singular cause.
The punch line: Pharmageddon
If these things are so obvious, how come most people still don’t know? Changing the paradigm takes time and effort, and there are psychological and economic reasons why the germ theory paradigm is attractive and has a lot of stickiness. Psychologically, it is easier to accept the idea of a single cause, preferably one external to me. Diet and lifestyle mean I am responsible for my health. A virus means I get off scot-free; I get to have my cake and eat it too: live on Coke and potato chips and aim my anti-aircraft fire at the virus.
It gets worse: with the Rockefeller medicine reforms about one hundred years ago, germ theory was raised to the official dogma, and allopathic medicine was the new catechism, with the AMA as the co-conspirator who served their own interest of keeping women, children, and the poor out of medicine while raising doctor’s incomes (see the book Rockefeller’s Medicine Men). More importantly, it would sell more oil, as petrochemical feedstock was the major input to the pharmaceutical industry. Reason enough to like it, at least for Rockefeller, although he preferred to see a homeopathic physician.
The time for a drastic overhaul of healthcare is here, and numerous developments around the country and the world are underway. It is no longer about “drug prices” or “access” but about the fact that the healthcare system post-Covid is itself the first or second leading cause of premature death.
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