I call your attention to this article from Global Research of Canada by F. William Engdahl called Coronavirus Scandal Breaking in Merkel’s Germany. False Positives and the Drosten PCR Test. Engdahl highlights three scandals that are, in an honest world, hoaxbusters.
- On November 27, a group of 23 virologists, microbiologists and other scientists called for the journal Eurosurveillance to retract a January 23 article submitted by “Dr.” Christian Drosten (the reason for the “Dr.” will be made clear hereafter) that claimed to have developed a test for detection of Coronavirus, the 2019 version, Sars-CoV-2 using real time PCR. The test, adopted world-wide in the wake of Tedros Adhanom’s, head of WHO (who at least does not claim the title “Dr.”) recommendation. The group of 23 claims the paper contains ten fatal errors, and should not have been used as justification for the Stalinist-type lock downs, attacks on civil liberties, and quarantines.
- In his paper, Drosten gave a variety of primers for the RT-PCR test to use, There was no scientific rigor behind them. Others have pointed out that WHO primers are found in the human genome, and in various microbes we carry with us. The PCR test is routinely generating false positives to the degree that it is not highly unreliable, but completely so. Thus did a Portuguese court rule that quarantines based on positive PCR tests cannot be enforced. Engdahl also writes about the matter of cycles – the Portuguese court cited a study that concluded that beyond 25 amplification cycles the PCR test (when used as intended, for comparison of DNA strands) loses accuracy, so that at 30 amps it is only 70% reliable, and at 35, only 3% reliable. Remarkably, the Drosten paper recommends 45 cycles! At the level, the test is, according to Engdahl, “not worth a hill of beans.”
- “Dr.” Drosten may find himself in court defending his PhD thesis, which was never properly submitted to Goethe University, leaving that institution with pants down. By law, three copies are to be on file, but two of Drosten’s are missing, the third is water soaked.
That last part is not hard to figure out. Drosten was a plant, and much like Barack Obama, has been given false credentials used to advance his career. In Drosten’s case, it appears he was dropped into Goethe, and that his paper, approved for publication in Eurosurveillance within a couple of days and without peer review, was just another a hockey stick.
Some time ago I offered the following comment at the end of a long comment string:
A word about Gates – I operate on the assumption, as originally put forth by MM, that Microsoft, Apple, Google, Tesla, Facebook are Intelligence fronts and are backed by DARPA technology, and that the head of each, Gates, Jobs, Pichai, Musk and Zuckerberg are fronts. So I don’t imagine any of them are as rich as they are made out to be. Gates, in my view, has never written a line of code. All of the money he is supposedly doling out is coming from a source behind him, but not from him.
Chomsky used to write about this, but I think he got it wrong too. He was right that new technologies are crazy expensive, and so have to be done by government. Private investors want no part of it. Payback could be decades. But at that point Chomsky says that the new technology is simply given over to the private sector. It appears that way, but I imagine it more likely that the technology changes hands but not ownership.
[PS – this reminds me of something Chomsky repeated many times over the years, that in the early 90s when the Internet was taking form, Gates refused to attend meetings, as he did not see any future in it.]
I finally found the Chomsky reference from 1998 at this site. It is as follows:
As late as about 1994, people like say, Bill Gates, had no interest in the Internet. He wouldn’t even go to conferences about it, because he didn’t see a way to make a profit from it. Now it’s being handed over to private corporations, and they tell you pretty much what they want to do. They want to take large parts of the Internet and cut it out of the public domain altogether, turn it into intranets, which are fenced off with firewalls, and used simply for internal corporate operations.
I have long maintained that Bill Gates has never written a line of software code. Further, I refuse to believe he is as wealthy as he is made out to be, given that he’s never invented anything and has merely been a conduit for DARPA technology. The eerily timed Netflix show about him, Inside Bill’s Brain, if honest, would have inserted a probe in his ear finding fruit flies and contempt for humanity, but no genius. The man is a fraud and a fake, in my view.