Produced by Marcelina Cravat and Dr. Andrew Kaufman
Directed by Marcelina Cravat
The producers of this two-part movie have assembled an exceptional collection of out-of-the-box thinkers who make a wide range of fascinating observations. Ringleaders Tom Cowan and Andrew Kaufman have stirred up a storm of controversy by asking for some actual proof of the sacred assumptions underpinning all of Western medicine. They are joined by Dr. Stefan Lanka, who is famous for offering one hundred thousand euros to anyone proving the existence of the measles virus.
If you type “Stefan Lanka” into the world’s mostly widely used search engine, the first page of results is almost exclusively about how a lower German court ordered him to pay up when someone supposedly offered proof. These stories may be more or less correct as far as they go, but it is interesting that nothing comes up, at least not near the top, about how a higher court then reversed that ruling. This tells you how big tech and big media play their dishonest little games. Even when they are not lying outright, they are withholding key parts of the truth—the worst kind of lie.
I know a number of people who have been seriously sick in the last couple of years, and some of them felt like they barely survived. They report that it was not like any illness they had had before. I do not question their experience. The question is: What is the real cause?
Kaufman methodically goes through the studies that claim to have isolated this coronavirus. The key point that emerges from his review is that study titles and introductions routinely make claims that are not backed up when you read the entire study. This has led to widespread confusion among sloppy researchers who think their job is done once they’ve read a study’s title and abstract. I personally have read through several such studies, and many of them include photos from electron microscopes. They look like the photo shown on this page from a 2020 preprint by Harcourt and others titled “Isolation and characterization of SARS-CoV-2 from the first US COVID-19 patient,” available on the NIH website (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/ articles/PMC7239045/).
When I look at that picture, I see a bunch of random shmoo. They need an arrow pointing to a single dot to show you what they have “isolated,” but if you need a box or an arrow, it’s not isolated. This brings up another point made in the film—the definition of “isolation” has been turned on its head.
In fact, scientists never see these virus dots unless they are cultured with other tissue. Why not? When you understand how extensively processed these samples are before they go under the electron microscope, you know that there are certain to be artifacts generated by the process that were not there in the original sample.
When they extract gene sequences from this mess, how do they know whether they are getting gene sequences from those little dots or from human cells or bacteria in that mess? How do they know they’re not getting gene sequences from the Vero (African green monkey) cells that all this is cultured in? The answer is simple. They don’t. They collect gene fragments from the shmoo and feed them into a computer that generates literally millions of sequences. Then, they pick the one they like best and call it an “isolated” gene sequence for a new virus.
Christine Massey has sent freedom of information requests all over the world asking for information showing that the coronavirus has been isolated. She has received nothing but breeze. The American CDC response was particularly interesting. They told her they have no record of isolation of the 2003 SARS virus or the common cold, HIV, human papilloma, influenza or West Nile viruses.
That’s what they are calling “science” these days.
Another familiar face in Terrain’s collection of experts is Dr. Kelly Brogan. The way she sees it, the human race is reaching a point where it is time to grow up. We have been outsourcing our health care to big pharma and almost all of our other responsibilities to big government. I would add that we outsource our thinking to those who presume to be experts. We naively trust that nanny government and daddy pharma would never try to hurt us and will take care of us. Now, seeing that the parental authority figures they trusted so completely are not trustworthy, the population is reacting much like children react when let down by their parents. Some are in angry denial. Some get it and are still angry. Others, like Tom Cowan, have sensed there was something wrong for most of their lives and are trying to wake up the rest of us. Terrain’s experts believe we are experiencing a great awakening.
Cooties. Remember cooties? Way way back in the first grade, a little boy accidentally comes in direct physical contact with a little girl. A look of horror comes over his face as he realizes what just happened. He starts to feel faint; his vital signs weaken. He has the dreaded “cooties.” Just before he hits the floor, his good friend reaches over and goes through the motions of giving him a pretend cootie shot. His vital signs return to normal, and he quickly recovers. We look back at that and laugh. Of course, we have all outgrown that childish silliness, right? Right? Did we?
Kaufman, Cowan, Brogan, Lanka, and others see that we have not. Unfortunately, the adult version of cooties is not the harmless child’s play that we remember. Harvard did a study that concluded that no more than 1 percent of all adverse events are reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. So, when VAERS reports over twenty thousand deaths associated with Covid injections, the math is pretty simple—two million. Since the last half of 2021, death rates are up 40 percent in the age group from eighteen to sixty-four years, according to the OneAmerica insurance company. These numbers are totally acceptable to our parental authority figures, but the rest of us can see that the adult cootie shots are anything but harmless childish silliness.
One of the common criticisms leveled at Cowan and Kaufman is that they have not proven that viruses don’t exist. That’s true. They have not. A basic principle of logic is that you cannot prove a negative. You cannot prove that something does not exist. You can’t prove that cooties don’t exist either. Cowan and Kaufman are not making claims to wreck the world as we know it. The debate over the existence of viruses is not some inconsequential academic quibble. Millions of lives have already been severely affected by this. If you are going to impose inhuman mandates that cost lives and quality of life, you owe us proof that this killer cootie really exists. You owe us that at an absolute minimum. Where is that proof? It should be easy to find. It should be front and center on the CDC homepage.
Tom Cowan has dug into many other fundamental beliefs of Western medicine and found nothing but thin air. How is it that so many other doctors have not looked at the studies and seen this? The fact is, the average doctor is too busy treating patients—as dictated by big pharma and medical boards—to read studies. Doctors are not rewarded in medical school for freethinking. You cough up the correct answer according to orthodoxy, or you will not be a doctor. The non-conformist Cowan, however, has found Western medicine is a huge pile of poppycock. Western medicine is based on materialism—the belief that only the physical exists. The whole house of cards is built on this fundamentally flawed belief. If you really want to blow your mind, watch near the end of the second part of Terrain where Veda Austin talks about her experiments with water.
We stand at a moment of great opportunity. If enough people wake up, stand up, speak up and grow up, the benefits could be enormous. That is the mission of the people involved with Terrain. Just imagine: We could leave behind the superstitions that have done so much damage and held back good research. Health care could actually be about health. Then, it would no longer be possible to stampede the herd with the fear of cooties. Young adults would have hope and would stop committing suicide in record numbers. Small children would not be scarred for life because they have never seen an unmasked human face.
Tony Roman owns a restaurant in California that banned masks from the beginning. There have been no “superspreader” outbreaks, and his customers love it. He has a heart of gold, but he also looks like he would be good in a fight, and he welcomes the fight. How do you fight? Sound engineer and songwriter Alphonse Faggiolo has some good insights on how that works, at least in the United States. The key is to know your basic rights.
Most cases of government overreach are so clear that they are settled out of court or the verdict is sealed. This means that when you go looking for precedents, you won’t find them; in reality, though, they are happening on a large scale. Those doing the mandating don’t want you to know just how legally flimsy and invalid these mandates are.
There is hope. Resistance is not futile. Despite the grim subject matter, this film contains a lot of optimism. The careful reader is probably not surprised to read that my 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, Summer 2022🖨️ Print post