Clearly attributing death to COVID-19 is far from straightforward. Many of the claimed symptoms of COVID-19, such as loss of taste and smell are also attributable to other diseases.
As a result, the COVID-19 narrative is largely based upon statistical analysis, rather than medical science. However, the systems created to gather that data are questionable. The reliability of data, the validity of tests and, in particular, the manner of the reporting of the statistics, often misleads the public.
Such as it is, the data indicates an Infection Mortality Rate (IFR) somewhere between 0.1 – 0.5%. This is comparable to a relatively severe, but not population threatening, influenza outbreak.
Death rates seem to be in the range of a bad influenza season and there is little to no evidence that ‘lockdown’ measures have any impact on COVID-19 mortality. If anything, it appears lockdown increased the mortality risk for the wider population.
COVID-19 is consistently reported to the public as if it presents a significant threat to the population, yet right from the beginning of the ‘pandemic’, it was determined not to be a High Impact Infectious Disease (HCID), as overall mortality is low.
Claimed disease prevalence is being used by governments to continue the process of social, economic, political and cultural transformation. The objective seems to be to create a global surveillance, biosecurity State; a new global society where every aspect of our lives will be controlled by our biosecurity or immunity status. In order to deal with this allegedly severe threat, the governments are forcing our behaviour change.
The inventor of PCR Karry Mullis, speaking about the use of qPCR to detect HIV, another retrovirus, stated:
Quantitative PCR [qPCR)] is an oxymoron.’ PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers (viral load) … These tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all … The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.
Writing for the Infectious Diseases Society of America, researchers considered the minimum cycle threshold (Ct or Cq) for effectively identifying the presence of SARS-CoV-2. They found that anything above 34 cycles would indicate that the test subject did not have any “meaningful or transmissible disease.” The WHO’s standard for RT-PCR to identify alleged COVID-19 “cases” recommends 50 cycles of amplification.
When German investigative journalists Torsten Engelbrecht and Konstantin Demeter asked a number of scientists, who had published images of alleged virions, to confirm that these showed the isolated, purified, SARS-CoV-2 virus, none of them could. RT-qPCR (and RT-PCR) allows only for the sequencing of RNA. This alone does not prove causation of any claimed, subsequent disease.
Numerous claims by scientists, that they have isolated the virus, are not what they seem. Like the word “case,” bandied about the MSM, the word “isolated,” in the mouths of some scientists, is not being used as most of us would understand it.
The CDC diagnostic panel last updated their guidance on 13th July 2020. Therefore, as of that date, there were no SARS-CoV-2 isolates. There has been no subsequent update. This indicates that, as yet, no pure viral sample has ever been obtained from any patient said to have the disease of COVID-19.
Scientists and governments acknowledge that the virus has neither been isolated nor purified. It cannot be shown that SARS-CoV-2 commonly causes the disease labeled as COVID-19. The list of symptoms attributed to it is so extensive that numerous other illnesses, and viral respiratory diseases, could easily be misdiagnosed as COVID-19.
We have a poor clinical diagnostic tests, incapable of determining the viral load (quantity of RNA) or its origins, and a meaningless set of symptoms which cannot clearly distinguish COVID-19. Genuine COVID-19 can cause mortality but we simply have no idea to what extent.
Any hospital admission or reported mortality from COVID-19 should be viewed in this context. If a patient presents to hospital with any respiratory symptoms, or even a range of non respiratory symptoms, a system exists which virtually guarantees they will be diagnosed with COVID-19.
Similarly, a positive RT-PCR or serological test, of someone who dies, will be sufficient categorise their passing as a COVID-19 death. We should treat all such claims with considerable scepticism.
All that we have to substantiate the claim that COVID-19 is widespread are numerous MSM reports, anecdotes from patients, and accounts from a small number of doctors using a diagnostic process designed to identify practically everything as COVID-19.
Accurate diagnosis using the plethora of symptoms attributed to COVID 19 is impossible. Yet a system has been created to do precisely that. The commonly used RT-PCR test, used to identify so called COVID-19 confirmed cases, is not fit for purpose.
It is difficult to see how COVID-19 can legitimately be deemed a significant threat to public health. Its widespread prevalence has not been demonstrated and current evidence tends towards an assessment of relatively low risk. There is no evidence that it causes unprecedented illness or mortality. What we have instead is an apparent disconnect between the testing program, the diagnostic process and the genuine prevalence of a disease.
None of this appears to matter to the UK government as they, among many others, propose that our future freedoms will be restricted based upon extremely dubious claims and little else. Government lockdowns and other response measures are in no way “led by the science”.
The objective appears to be to change our behaviour and our society, in preparation for a Great Reset and to “protect” us all with a vaccine for a disease which does not seem to present a significant risk at all.COVID-19 — Everything And Nothing