California dreaming …Covid-19 cases that have no origin

AB (Fakeologist) has been doing an outstanding job, offering a treasure trove of resources. Among his many links supplied is one called 35 Sources showing the COVID19 / corona virus is over hyped, and likely fraud. Within that paper are a host of not only useful, but interesting, even gripping links. From that source I am reprinting below a portion from #5 of the 35 (actually 37) taken from TheDoctorWithin newsletter.

Reporting on how Santa Clara County had 4 new coronavirus cases reported, which then became 20 and then 60, the writer got curious and decided to run down all of these cases. Pick up there in the narrative from that newsletter, which I hope I have permission to quote:


Hold on here. What if there is no epidemic, no new COVID disease at all, and no legitimate testing procedure for counting the “infected“? Let’s just make that hypothesis for a moment, and then try to disprove it.

I started out with a little experiment. First I called Santa Clara County health department, (408) 992-4900 and after 30 minutes finally got through to someone. I asked if Santa Clara County had any facility where I could refer my patients who had the flu, where they could be tested to rule out coronavirus.

The answer was unequivocal – No – Santa Clara County has no testing facility for coronavirus.

My next question was, well all these numbers of coronavirus cases on your website – where are they coming from if you have no testing facility?

The representative told me that people had to go to their individual practitioners, at pulmonary clinics, etc. in order to be tested. And then these doctors would voluntarily inform the county so they could add the numbers to the scoreboard.

OK, there’s Brush-off #1.


My next question to the County was: what kind of testing are the doctors using at these clinics? Answer: we don’t know.

See where this is going, as we start down the bureaucratic rabbit hole?

So my next step was to call local MDs, especially pulmonary specialists in the Bay Area. After calling more than 50 of these offices, the answer was a resounding No100% of the time. No, we do not have any test that we can use to rule out coronavirus infection.

Try it!

Pretty safe to assume that 50 is a sufficient number of clinics in the Bay Area to determine whether there’s any clinic who offers PCR or any other test for coronavirus. My contention is that there are no practitioners who have such a test and therefore coronavirus screening tests are simply not available in Santa Clara County.

And therefore we have no idea how many cases there are. Or if there are any at all.

If you then ask the clinic – Do you know anyone who does have the test – guess what they say. Take a guess.

They’ll tell you to call the Santa Clara County Dept. of Health – which is who told you to go to the individual clinics in the first place.

There’s Brushoff #2. See the game here?

Now why would all the pulmonary specialists in one of the most densely populated sections of the country have no interest whatsoever in screening people for a respiratory disease being hawked by all media as the most dangerous epidemic threat we’ve ever seen…?

Obviously the respiratory MDs are not taking the outbreak very seriously – not much faith in its virulence. Think about it – if this epidemic were real, would all these doctors ignore an entire market, this huge?


So a perfectly valid hypothesis might be this: the County’s online scoreboard is fraudulent. There are no proven cases at all. These reported cases of so-called COVID are nothing more than the flu, because there is no available testing procedure in all of the Bay Area that can diagnose the disease – in an area with 5 million people.

And even if there were, the standard test cited in any medical reference for COVID is the RT-PCR test, for which we have seen above the evidence of its inherent inaccuracy and lack of reliability.

By extrapolation then, it is fairly reasonable to say that the random reporting we see at work in one of the richest, most populous communities in the US is no different from what is going on everywhere else across the nation. Looks like it’s all being orchestrated via the same corporate narrative.

What we’ve seen in the past few months may be nothing more than the standard re-categorization technique, traditionally used to conjure up new Boutique Epidemics, in the absence of any truly novel disease. [8] We have to look at last year’s figures. In every community, in every state, let’s take a look at the annual numbers of people who got the flu, for the past 3 years. Guess what you’ll find. No difference at all this year.

So what was this all about – what was the objective from the outset? Was it merely the $8.3 billion pork barrel for local, state and federal employees to squabble over?

With media’s increasing stranglehold and censorship of oppo information now in place, this particular Boutique Epidemic got a little carried away and had an excessive effect on the stock market, travel, and international trade. Which has not yet corrected.

But all that will eventually normalize, as soon as the politics resolves itself.

So stop worrying about it, exercise, build up your immune system. Keep watching for the bottom of the market, and then go about your business. Stop listening to science fiction stories about how bad it could get, etc. written by those who lack opposable thumbs.. Or about how it’s the President’s fault for not doing this or that, etc.

This Boutique Epidemic is now in uncharted territory. Certainly not as easily predictable as all the others have been. But it’s getting increasingly difficult now to perpetuate the whole road show in the hands of a hysterical bureaucracy alone, and in the absence of any transparent, verifiable science.

[Extensive footnotes are included with original article.]

20 thoughts on “California dreaming …Covid-19 cases that have no origin

  1. You were right all this time. All this lockdowns for nothing. LA County confirms median age among all patients is…(drum-roll please): 47!! (per LA Times). I guess they may well be even hiding the pangolins along Laurel Canyon Drive.

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  2. I’d like to give a shout out and big thanks to all that post here and to Mark and POM for staying on top of this hoax. I know we may not agree all the time and some of us make late night commentish talky, but from my view everyone has brought something substantial to the overall viewpoints discussed on this blog. There’s still much to reveal, but take a moment and pat yourselves on the back!

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    Great work Mark and AB. If we can trust the CDC flu reports, and we should probably not get too carried away there either, there’s a seasonal spike that seems to be on its way back down. Actual flu testing seems sketchy too. So who knows what that word “flu” means, anymore than anyone knows what “Covid-19” may, or may not, actually be? We are surrounded by word magic. With a little luck, the politicians and bureaucrats and their word-magicians will declare victory soon after the seasonal flu plays out.


    1. I especially enjoyed their attempt at splitting hairs in the last sentence:

      “In October 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted a pandemic tabletop exercise called Event 201 with partners, the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Recently, the Center for Health Security has received questions about whether that pandemic exercise predicted the current novel coronavirus outbreak in China. To be clear, the Center for Health Security and partners did not make a prediction during our tabletop exercise. For the scenario, we modeled a fictional coronavirus pandemic, but we explicitly stated that it was not a prediction. Instead, the exercise served to highlight preparedness and response challenges that would likely arise in a very severe pandemic. We are not now predicting that the nCoV-2019 outbreak will kill 65 million people. Although our tabletop exercise included a mock novel coronavirus, the inputs we used for modeling the potential impact of that fictional virus are not similar to nCoV-2019.“


  4. EVERY dang celebrity tests positive, “but shows no symptoms”. These numbers are fake. I really want to know more about these hundreds daily in Italy. This world is completely upside down. The fatality rate figures are less than garbage. They are lying to us.

    This PCR test is not specifically finding COVID-19. It is finding a certain concentration of RNA sequences. Most of the people who test positive have NO SYMPTOMS and no connection to Wuhan. This test could have been done on people 20 years ago and would have found the same proportion of people positive. I am just so sickened and angered by this.

    The lies and the absurdity are out of control. The more the media and government doubles down, the more people will buy into this…even among skeptics like us. It used to be that those like us (with eyes to see through things like this) were a minority, but now we’re practically extinct. We are a critically endangered species.



      I like this essay by Pepe Escobar.

      “The Stoics taught that wealth, status and power are ultimately irrelevant. Once again, Lao Tzu would approve. The only thing that can raise one man above others is superior virtue – of which everyone is capable, at least in principle. So, yes, the Stoics believed we are all brothers and sisters. Seneca: “Nature made us relatives by creating us from the same materials and for the same destiny.”

      Imagine a system built on a selfless devotion to the welfare of others, and against all vanity. It’s certainly not what inequality-provoking, financial turbo-capitalism is all about.”

      Thought you might like it too.


    2. They chose Corona because there are so many of them, hundreds maybe, some a little more virulent than others, most harmless,and easily confused among each other … add one more that doesn’t even exist, and it will still turn up now and then.

      Our news reported (uncritically) that our local high school had a positive. Not one reporter will question that, look into the PCR or its uses and weaknesses. The most important weakness is that it tells us nothing about viral load. This nonsense started with AIDS, where presence of one HIV made a person “HIV -positive even as all of us have HIV in us, if it even exists. Our bodies are loaded with germs of all kinds. Our immune systems keeps them in check. But when we have a cold we are going to have millions of them present. That is “viral load.”

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  5. Seems the game is simply fear, compliance, injection if not now then at some point. The overblown fear bred into the indoctrinated masses is enough to denigrate and ostracize anyone who opposes being injected by the sorcerers. Not totally unlike how they weaponized the term conspiracy theorist and got the masses to shun and alienate those who don’t comply to the narrative. What we consider government is a killing machine. Later on when they’ve inserted their film, chip, etc. I suspect whenever they feel like it they will be able to shut off, turn off, eliminate anyone they please for whatever reason eliminating any and all resistance before it could ever get off the ground very cowardly these “people” are.


  6. US is currently on the same trajectory as Italy, so you’ll see 2,000 deaths by the end of March. Unlike the free health care in Italy, few in the US can afford it. Potentially this could see hundreds of thousands, if not millions by the end of the year. I wonder what conspiracy theory your credulous minds will use to explain the national shortage of coffins?


    1. OK, Dave, you’re on. You call us “credulous” but you are the one bought in based on zero evidence. “If not millions by the end of the year” has a climate change alarmism about it. Since there is no evidence in the present to support the hoax, they place it all in in the scary future.

      I’m not scared. There is no virus, naif.


    1. Jim, apparently you’ve really pissed them off at Facebook. Congrats! Can’t post your link there due to:
      “We don’t allow people to post certain URLs on Facebook.
      This includes things like:
      • Websites with spammy pop-ups
      • Websites that pretend to be well-known brands
      • Misleading websites
      • URLs previously posted by suspicious accounts”

      “Community Standards(?),” don’t you know.


        1. My blog is owned by Google, and they allow me. YouTube, however, also run by Google, does not allow virus critiques, probably because they would be higher profile.


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