Here is another video from a group of people who didn’t get the memo that we are not supposed to question the sacred narrative. They have been spending a lot of time listening to others who also did not get the memo, like Dr. Tom Cowan, Dr. Stefan Lanka and company. They also read that subversive book titled The Contagion Myth. If you are familiar with those sources, you see where this is going.
The key question, of course, is: do viruses exist? The video takes a careful look at a study that claims to isolate SARS-CoV-2. It even says that in the title of the study, so it must be isolated, right? After a careful look at the methodology, it becomes clear to anyone who can think past a sixth-grade level that nothing has been isolated.
Virology in general suffers from a fundamental problem. The teaching of the scientific method is apparently missing from the education of virologists. Step one of the scientific method is to form a hypothesis: “I think X causes Y.” If you can’t prove “X” exists, then you’re done right there. Anything beyond that is nonsense. If you are a virologist, then you just keep going building castles in the air that are loaded with more of the same.
These shenanigans lead to all kinds of chaos, as we’ve seen over the last few years. If you presume to question this pseudoscience, one of the popular responses is, in a nutshell, “You’re not a virologist, so shut up.” This is a favorite of the guys in this video. It’s the old ad hominem attack—when you don’t have a good answer to give a critic, change the subject and attack their character or intellect instead, or make unflattering speculations about their mothers. Here, we have left the field of science and entered the realm of an intolerant cult.
The makers of this video go on to present pictures from studies that claim to show what the virus looks like. Then, they present pictures from other studies—some from well before Covid was said to exist—showing identical particles. It seems the virologists have tried to slip one past us and redefine old, known particles as a new virus. The video also recounts Stefan Lanka’s experiments, which disprove the whole approach to identifying viruses.
Then we come to the Rosenau experiment, where researchers tried to prove that the so-called Spanish flu was contagious. Not only did the experiment fail; it proved the opposite. The flu was not contagious. The video goes on to cover other attempts made mainly in the first half of the twentieth century to show contagion for the flu and chicken pox—attempts that failed as well. Disturbingly sadistic animal studies were equally unsuccessful.
The point is made that virologists are just doing what they are taught. I agree up to a point. Programming or brainwashing is very effective when started at a young, impressionable age. It can be hard to unprogram yourself. I’m still working on it. Some people just can’t do it at all.
Anyway, why is all this important? If we don’t get to the root of the fraud and find a way to reprogram those who are reprogrammable, we will get to play this game over and over until they run out of Greek letters, muppet names and whatever else they come up with for names of “variants.” If you like face diapers, stifling economy-killing lockdowns, sluggish supply lines, social isolation, sickening shots, skyrocketing suicide and widespread severe cerebral dysfunction, then this is a splendid scam. (Say that sentence out loud with a lisp.) My singularly subversive thumb is UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Winter 2022🖨️ Print post