When you are up against a psychological operation at the scale of the current coronavirus hoax, you end up finding friends in strange places. Case in point, the video below. This is a breathtaking speech from Tanzania President John Magufuli where he explains that he put the coronavirus narrative to the test by sending in samples of fruits, animals, car oil, and other random objects under assumed names to test the test itself. The result? “Elizabeth Ane” the Pawpaw fruit was positive for coronavirus, as were goats and other fruits.
Bravo, John Magufuli. Take a bow. You tested the test, and exposed it for the joke that it is.
Make no mistake, Magufuli details how the samples were not simply taken from the surface of the fruit. He knew that if the sample tested positive, it would be claimed that someone who was positive for coronavirus touched and contaminated the fruit. To be certain, they took precaution to sample the fruits, animals, and car oil in the correct way so that no claim of contamination could hold any weight. He also makes clear that the laboratory in question is their best and its results are widely accepted for other diseases. They are trained professionals.
It is also worth noting that John Magufuli was an industrial chemist prior to becoming President of Tanzania. His high position, background in chemistry, and distrust of (and geographical distance from) western medicine left him in a unique position to test whether the coronavirus test results could be trusted. In the end, his gambit provided some of the best and only evidence to prove what has been long suspected by coronavirus dissenters: the coronavirus test is worthless.
Magufuli’s idea was a brilliant one…submit samples to your national lab under assumed names to find out whether the test is actually worthwhile or not. The fact that so many positive results were received is hugely telling. It would be one thing if he got a single positive result. Instead, he got many. Recent reports that I have seen show that 7-8% of coronavirus tests have come back positive. It may very well be that we are looking at a test that has a 7-8% false positive rate, and nothing more. This would match what we have witnessed in the public.
In fact, nobody has shown that there is any association between a specific sickness and a positive test result. Quite to the contrary, the results seem to be coming back with confusing and contradictory results. Nearly 3,300 inmates in one prison system came back positive with 96% asymptomatic. These are figures that we could only see if the vast majority of positives are false positives. There has not been any serious study into the rate of false positives for this coronavirus test (assumed to be the PCR test) and how this should be factored into the reported case total.
The rate of false positives can dramatically exaggerate the prevalence of an illness. If the test has an 8% false positive rate, and the public results for coronavirus tests show 8% as positive, then there is no evidence that anyone is legitimately positive. Even if there were 8.1% testing positive and an 8.0% false positive rate, this would mean an 80-fold exaggeration of the prevalence of the illness. The coronavirus numbers are garbage, and this is not just conjecture.
This theory fits with the fact that the vast majority of people who test positive for coronavirus are baffled that they tested positive, and the astounding number of supposedly asymptomatic people. The best explanation for this by far is that we are seeing false positives and only false positives.
I encourage all readers to resist getting tested for coronavirus at all costs. There is no benefit to this, and a huge list of potential future drawbacks to you if you are documented as testing positive. Do not get tested unless you are absolutely forced to get tested.