Monday, April 13, 2020

Covid-19 - Not a Super Virus under Koch's Postulates

7th Guest Video Game: Microscope -
Ironically, one of the puzzles
I haven't been able to solve in life.
Under Koch's postulates, Covid-19 is not the lethal super virus that the media and governments are telling us it is. At the turn of the 20th century, Robert Koch formulated a four part test to determine whether a disease was pathogenically driven. It's now known as the famous Koch's postulates. The third element of the test states that the virus, when isolated and introduced into a healthy organism must cause the same infection as the host that had it. But here, three population studies in United Kingdom, Iceland, and Germany prove that Covid-19 is not the sole cause of this alleged pandemic. Hence, it is not a super virus; hence, a virus is not the cause of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 Let's start with the facts. In Gangelt, Germany, scientists conducted a randomized antibody test and found that 14% tested positive for the Covid-19 antibody, but only 2% actually manifested symptoms. In fact, according to the report, "Data from coronavirus deaths in Gangelt suggests an infection mortality rate of 0.37 percent, significantly below the 0.9 percent which Imperial College has estimated, or the 0.66 percent found in a revised study last week." (By the way, 0.37% of a mortality rate is within the range of a common flu.)

An Oxford study says that over 50% of those in the UK have already had the disease.

Iceland has the best data so far on Covid-19. It has tested 10% of its population. And this is what it found: "Iceland finds that half its citizens with coronavirus have shown no symptoms."

Makia Freeman, at Global Research, has come to the same conclusion that Covid-19 fails Koch's postulates. In fact, she found that even an article in the New England Journal of Medicine states, "[O]ur study [of Covid-19] does not fulfill Koch’s postulates".

How would it lookn then, if this new Coronavirus fulfilled Koch's postulates? Everybody who was infected with it would exhibit similar symptoms and not just be passive carriers. So 50% in the United Kingdom and Iceland would be wheezing their lungs out. But in these populations, it appears that only 2% manifest symptoms.

If you take a virus like smallpox, everybody who had it would have a fever, vomit, and break out with sores on their skin. Once again, nobody is just a carrier for a smallpox infection. Everybody who is infected exhibits symptoms, not like Covid-19.

The significance of Koch's postulates is that it's a causation test. It tells you whether the disease is caused by a germ, in this case a virus. Antoine Bechamp promoted another theory, which stated that disease is caused by the condition of the terrain. In other words, infection is dependent on the health of the individual. Had he been alive today, he would be arguing that disease is caused by a weakened immune system and not a pathogen. Something to think about.

Take Away Thoughts

In the industrialized world, except for places like Sweden, South Korea, and Taiwan, we've all in lockdown, which is in violation of our individual liberties - especially the right to assemble. Here, in the United States, 17 million have filed for unemployment. Researchers are concerned that suicide rates, mental health issues, and domestic violence rates may be rising. As I predicted formally on March 18, 2020 (though I've been suspecting it for some time), we are in a Depression.

People all around the world have suffered because politicians are telling us an an alleged new virus is killing people, but this alleged new virus fails Koch's postulates and hasn't been proven to be more deadly than the regular flu. And I always thought that quarantine is meant for the sick, not the healthy, right?

Why can't healthy individuals go out? Doesn't make sense.

We all have to start asking ourselves what is really going on here.

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