Two years ago in March I was on a bird walk with a group of people, and was just coming to grasp the intensity of the propaganda storm that was coming our way. I still believed in “viruses” per se, but not in Sars-Cov-2 and said as much as I walked along with the group leader.
He said “Are you a scientist then?” He was implying that mere mortals were not qualified to express any doubt about “scientists.” I was not prepared for that question, and my “No” response cost me the argument. I was flummoxed.
I haven’t watched news for decades, but I do know that news readers emphasize that certain people they interview are “experts.” What does the word even mean?
One with the special skill or knowledge representing mastery of a particular subject.
That’s the official definition. But I don ‘t think that is how the word is used in practice. In real life, I think the definition of “expert” is as follows:
A person whose opinion relieves all others of the need to think.
That is how experts are used in the news media. They don’t bring in experts to clarify, as in any matter of complexity, there are going to be differing views. Then, as with Dilbert above, it is up to us to decide which expert to trust.
But that is a problem as well, in that we are really just deciding which expert to use to relieve us of the need to think. The real problem is that we are trained to rely on experts, and not to trust our own intellectual resources.
I was astonished to read the scientific paper done by John Franklin Enders that in 1953 led to his being awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1954. I’ve read other papers since who claim to have isolated viruses. They do no such thing. It’s a con game. (Part of the point here is that even lay persons should read scientific papers.)
Virologists are paid to find viruses. None of them seem able to wrestle their way into real science and the scientific method, which would lead to the finding that viruses do not exist.
There is sloppiness in their methodology: A Petri dish of monkey kidney, bovine fetal material, calf serum, antibiotics, and God knows what else, waiting to see if there is tissue death and then claiming (without a control experiment run alongside) that said tissue death was caused by a virus. They cannot prove that, but none dispute their findings.
It is all a game that is so big and so out of hand that thousands of virologists are merely groupthink participants.
The real purpose of viruses, as I see it, is to protect industry from lawsuits for damages. As can be seen with HIV and Sars-Cov-2, viruses are also used to achieve mass political control objectives. However, primarily, viruses protect corporations from litigation that could lead to bankruptcy.
Polio, still with us (name changed to AFP, or acute flaccid paralysis) was caused initially by lead arsenate, a pesticide. Later DDT would play a significant role. It was used in summer and early fall to kill gypsy moths, which were destroying crops. Importantly, it was used while kids were out of school.
The lead arsenate was ingested by anyone who came close to a crop or an orchard being sprayed. It would then settle in the lower intestine, eventually ending up as part of human waste. In children, however, the lower intestine was right next to the base of the spine, and in thousands the pesticide gravitated there. It caused paralysis.
In adults, even as they too ingested the pesticide, there was enough distance between the lower intestine and the spine to prevent polio.
I just Googled “real cause of polio” and at no point, pages in, was lead arsenate mentioned. So I Googled “lead arsenate” and found a paper put out by the Wisconsin State Health Department called Lead Arsenate Pesticides in Soil. I’ll reprint the opening paragraphs:
A wide variety of pesticides were used in Wisconsin over the past 100 years. One, a lead arsenate based pesticide, was used extensively to control agricultural pests in fruit orchards until the late 1950s.
Direct pesticide exposure occurred with workers who mixed or applied the chemicals in the orchards. Indirect exposure can occur with the pesticide residues found in the soil today.
The pesticide residues bind tightly to the surface soil layer, where they have remained for decades. As a result, the residues may pose a human health risk when the land changes from agriculture to other uses. For example, lead arsenate contaminated soil can be hazardous if children continually play in it.
Oddly, the word “polio” is never mentioned. But I gather from that text that they know it is dangerous. They go on to talk about the dangers of arsenic and lead, but not polio.
Other viruses achieve similar purposes, Zika, for instance protecting a Japanese subsidiary of Monsanto that sprayed pesticides on crops in Brazil and Argentina that resulted, according to Argentine doctors, in microcephaly in infants. That’s babies born with shrunken heads.
It is also said to cause Guillain-Barré Syndrome in pregnant women, or, again, paralysis.
That, to me, sounds like damage a pesticide would achieve as well.
Experts either do not understand any of the above, or are paid to lie about it. In fact, the whole field of virology, tens of thousands of experts, are lying to us whether they know it or not.
The answer: Think for ourselves. It is difficult, it is work, and most of us lack the confidence to do so. But it must be done if we are to protect ourselves from corrupt news, medicine, and science.
Everything I have written above is a result of my own research. I am no expert, but I do know how to think.