This is an excellent and brief presentation by Rachel Elnaugh, given to us via the Andrew Kaufman YouTube channel. If by chance it disappears from view, let me know, as I have downloaded it. It takes a long time to upload so I decided just to go with the link while it is available.
There is talk everywhere now of a “second wave” and a “spike” in positive tests for SARS-Cov-2, the name given the supposed virus that supposedly causes “Covid-19,” the disease that doctors were instructed to blame for flu, influenza and pneumonia deaths on during this year’s cold and flu season.
I cannot imagine a second wave, as I don’t think there was a first wave. I do, however, think that the polymerase chain reaction machine (PCR) is behind the spike. As I have said from the beginning, that machine IS the virus. More tests equate to more (bogus) test results, and those results are being used by the usual suspects to clamp down further on our liberties.
Nobel Laureate Dr. Kary Mullis, who invented the PCR machine, said it was not designed for diagnosis of disease. It is “qualitative,” and not “quantitative.” That means it will amplify a single strand of DNA and see if that strand is found in humans. That it occasionally rings up a “positive” test means absolutely nothing. If found something in us, but we cannot be sure what, as the virus, SARS-Cov-2, has never been isolated.
I have an inguinal hernia, verified by a visit with a surgeon last week. When the clinic called to set up an appointment for surgery, I was told that one of the pre-operative requirements was that I would get a “Covid-19” test. I told the gal that might be a deal breaker. In fact, it was. I cancelled the appointment.
I can manage a hernia. I got it a month or more back when we were dragging trees down the hillside outside our house – rather than drag them, finally, I decided to pick them up and throw them down, repeatedly, until I got them all the way down. Later I discovered a bulge, and having had a hernia previously when in my forties, knew what it was.
My current strategy: Stop throwing trees.