Paper: Dismantling the virus theory

Click to access Dismantling-the-Virus-Theory.pdf

Scientists must question everything and especially
what they love the most, i.e. their own discoveries
and ideas. This basic rule of scientific research helps
avoid erroneous developments and reveals the ones
that already exist. Also, we must all be allowed to
question the status quo, otherwise we would live in a

but muh muh scientism! – redditfags

Moreover, science cannot be limited to a
selected number of institutions and experts. Science
can and must be conducted by anyone who has the
necessary knowledge and the appropriate methods.

Science can be considered science only if its claims are verifiable, reproducible and if they allow predictions. Science also needs external control, because, as we will see, a part of the medical sciences has lost touch with reality for quite some time.

They believe in invisible leprechaun atoms floating in nothing, popping out of existence. Also tiny strings. They can’t tell you what a field is. They’re mad, mad as hatters. But they make up equation models that can’t be verified and their real world studies make no sense. The world does make sense, they’re just wrong. It’s human error.

Square peg, they are wrong.

Anyone who has knowledge of biology and the genesis of life, of the development and functions of the tissue, of the body and of the brain, will automatically question the assumptions about viruses.

In the reality of the body and of its mechanisms, there is no place for hypothetical malignant processes.

You must be possessed. Tiny demons have besieged your body.

All biological processes, including those that can end in suffering, pain and death, are originally meant to be useful. A different approach to the virus phenomenon is possible and necessary: any layman with some background knowledge reading scientific papers about pathogenic viruses can realize that such viruses do not exist and what is being described are only typical components and characteristics of cells. This background knowledge will be provided in this article.

Remember, ebola is a virus. And they happened to have a vaccine, ready to go!

What ARE the odds?

It’s incredible, if not impossible.

Forget the delay of at least two years before you’re set for human trials, why can’t they do that process with every damn thing?

Biotech should be criminally accountable for with-holding cures, that’s all I’ll say. Currently, they are not.

They can also use corporate espionage and political contacts to with-hold funding from small competition who want a cure.

Inc. gems like:

The search for these pathogenic poisons remains to date fruitless, however, when bacteria were discovered, it was assumed that they were producing the pathogenic poisons. This supposition, called
“the germ theory”, was immediately accepted and remains very successful up to the present time.
This theory is so successful that the majority of the people are still not aware of the fact that the
so-called bacterial toxins are actually normal enzymes, which either cannot appear in a human
being, or, if they do, they never appear in such an amount as to make them dangerous.


Before it could be established that the “bacterial viruses” cannot kill natural bacteria, but they
are instead helping them to live and that bacteria themselves emerge from such structures, these
“phages” were already used as models for the alleged human and animal viruses. It was assumed
that the human and animal viruses looked like the “phages”, were allegedly killing cells and thereby
causing diseases, while at the same time producing new disease poisons and in this way transmitting
the diseases. To date, many new or apparently new diseases have been attributed to viruses if their origin is unknown or not acknowledged.

cough military cough

This reflex found an apparent confirmation in the discovery of the “bacterial viruses.

Don’t take the vaccine, unless you voted Hillary in which case go ahead sweetie. Take two.

The next pandemic

All the recent MSM articles and hints in the Guardian about a virus.

This is the plan.

Plain sight. Outbreak of NWO.

…Don’t drink the fucking water.

  1. Why tax cars into oblivion, forcing everyone on the Tube?
  2. Why build houses so close together they catch fire? How far can a virus travel? Some buildings in London you cannot develop until they are destroyed, they are worth more burnt to a crisp. That was the rationale for WW2 too. You buy it cheap with no planning permission and then it skyrockets in value once the insurance must be unfortunately claimed.
  3. GMO labelling. Viruses affect livestock, a fine excuse to ban meat and get us all on slave diets, eh, Soros?

Viruses can even be dropped into very white houses. They run tours.

Anonymous was an …interesting inversion.

A mirror held up to a mirror. Shows how hollow and empty the evil is, philosophically.

Satan creates nothing, he imitates, copies and inverts. Ape of Thoth. The best thing is use their tactics against them, as their own books advise. [Rules for Radicals] Because the only people trying to control human agency, are the Satanists gaslighting you it’s somebody else. Never them.

A digital rebellion long before Gamergate or Brexit…. People over self-styled “Elite” PC NWO.

Back when I was in school, actually. Computers were rarer, good ones.

For inciting rebellions, Satan sure doesn’t like it up ‘im.

The web of control (spider) becomes free information and cooperation from people who reject these would-be rulers and associated despots.

A great way to beat “cancel culture”… I am Spartacus.

If only Anonymous had gone quiet to hack various celebrity’s twitter feeds.

Actually, how many of them DON’T have it at this point?

Among other inversions, tarnishing a Christian’s name to harm (sorry, “heal”) the world.

The red is a nice touch. Top line is obviously horns, hence the curvature.

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Ownership. If you want ear cancer:

“God’s” creation, so misunderstood.

Which “god” do you think is “misunderstood”?

“Keeper of the Key… one day everyone will believe”.


“People like to say that we’re insane” [scream].


He designed jewelry before.


As I’ve told you before, it’s the links and the metal choices there that are genuinely occult, it’s an amulet. I wonder if it’s filled with anything.

And the one-eye pose, she knows what it is, the whore.

“wards off the evil eye or evil… as a kind of mascot, often worn around the neck, especially in the form of jewelry”

A logo may provide the same function.

“made from found natural objects….. bones…. religious symbols are also popular amulets”

There are infinity charms on that chain…

“iron is universally believed to guard against demons and witches” they never use it

Why did the world switch from iron bullets to lead?

If we flip the horns….

A tad TOO obvious, even for them.

“long to never die…. upload your mind

come on you’re not even alive

These people are sick but not in a sad way.

Ebola workers need respiratory protection, but it can’t be airborne, right?


We believe there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles both near and at a distance from infected patients, which means that healthcare workers should be wearing respirators, not facemasks.1

There has been a lot of on-line and published controversy about whether Ebola virus can be transmitted via aerosols. Most scientific and medical personnel, along with public health organizations, have been unequivocal in their statements that Ebola can be transmitted only by direct contact with virus-laden fluids2,3 and that the only modes of transmission we should be concerned with are those termed “droplet” and “contact.”

These statements are based on two lines of reasoning. The first is that no one located at a distance from an infected individual has contracted the disease, or the converse, every person infected has had (or must have had) “direct” contact with the body fluids of an infected person. [DS: “must have”, comforting]

This reflects an incorrect and outmoded understanding of infectious aerosols, which has been institutionalized in policies, language, culture, and approaches to infection control. We will address this below. Briefly, however, the important points are that virus-laden bodily fluids may be aerosolized and inhaled while a person is in proximity [CDC paper] to an infectious person and that a wide range of particle sizes can be inhaled and deposited throughout the respiratory tract.

The second line of reasoning is that respirators or other control measures for infectious aerosols cannot be recommended in developing countries because the resources, time, and/or understanding for such measures are lacking.4

…Medical and infection control professionals have relied for years on a paradigm for aerosol transmission of infectious diseases based on very outmoded research and an overly simplistic interpretation of the data….

Early aerobiologists were not able to measure small particles near an infectious person and thus assumed such particles existed only far from the source. They concluded that organisms capable of aerosol transmission (termed “airborne”) can only do so at around 3 feet or more from the source. [DS: touchable surfaces do not exist, apparently] Because they thought that only larger particles would be present near the source, they believed people would be exposed only via large “droplets” on their face, eyes, or nose.

Modern research, using more sensitive instruments and analytic methods, has shown that aerosols emitted from the respiratory tract contain a wide distribution of particle sizes—including many that are small enough to be inhaled.5,6 Thus, both small and large particles will be present near an infectious person.

As noted by early aerobiologists, liquid in a spray aerosol, such as that generated during coughing or sneezing, will quickly evaporate,7 which increases the concentration of small particles in the aerosol. Because evaporation occurs in milliseconds, many of these particles are likely to be found near the infectious person.

The current paradigm also assumes that only “small” particles (less than 5 micrometers [mcm]) can be inhaled and deposited in the respiratory tract. This is not true. Particles as large as 100 mcm (and perhaps even larger) can be inhaled into the mouth and nose. Larger particles are deposited in the nasal passages, pharynx, and upper regions of the lungs, while smaller particles are more likely to deposit in the lower, alveolar regions. And for many pathogens, infection is possible regardless of the particle size or deposition site.

It’s time to abandon the old paradigm of three mutually exclusive transmission routes for a new one that considers the full range of particle sizes both near and far from a source. In addition, we need to factor in other important features of infectivity, such as the ability of a pathogen to remain viable in air at room temperature and humidity and the likelihood that systemic disease can result from deposition of infectious particles in the respiratory system or their transfer to the gastrointestinal tract.

We recommend using “aerosol transmissible” rather than the outmoded terms “droplet” or “airborne” to describe pathogens that can transmit disease via infectious particles suspended in air.

…Being at first skeptical that Ebola virus could be an aerosol-transmissible disease, we are now persuaded by a review of experimental and epidemiologic data that this might be an important feature of disease transmission, particularly in healthcare settings.

Some pathogens are limited in the cell type and location they infect. …

HIV infects T-helper cells in the lymphoid tissues and is primarily a bloodborne pathogen with low probability for transmission via aerosols. [Throwaway Q: What’s to stop it hooking up with HIV or some other virus?]

Ebola virus, on the other hand, is a broader-acting and more non-specific pathogen that can impede the proper functioning of macrophages and dendritic cells—immune response cells located throughout the epithelium.15,16Epithelial tissues are found throughout the body, including in the respiratory tract.

…Many body fluids, such as vomit, diarrhea, blood, and saliva, are capable of creating inhalable aerosol particles in the immediate vicinity of an infected person. (e.g.)…The act of vomiting produces an aerosol and has been implicated in airborne transmission of gastrointestinal viruses. Regarding diarrhea, even when contained by toilets, toilet flushing emits a pathogen-laden aerosol that disperses in the air.

…..These rates indicate that 99% loss in aerosol infectivity would occur in 93, 104, and 162 minutes, respectively. [DS: I feel comforted, do you feel comforted?]

…In still air, 3-mcm particles can take up to an hour to settle. With air currents, these and smaller particles can be transported considerable distances before they are deposited on a surface…. There is also some experimental evidence that Ebola and other filoviruses can be transmitted by the aerosol route.

Zaire Ebola viruses have also been transmitted in the absence of direct contact among pigs25 and from pigs to non-human primates,26 which experienced lung involvement [sweet term] in infection. Persons with no known direct contact with Ebola virus disease patients or their bodily fluids have become infected.12

[sum: Direct transmission is direct]…However, the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems are not complete barriers to Ebola virus. Experimental studies have demonstrated that it is possible to infect non-human primates and other mammals with filovirus aerosols. …Altogether, these epidemiologic and experimental data offer enough evidence to suggest that Ebola and other filoviruses may be opportunistic with respect to aerosol transmission.28 That is, other routes of entry may be more important and probable, but, given the right conditions, it is possible that transmission could also occur via aerosols.

As for public protection:

Facemasks, however, do not offer protection against inhalation of small infectious aerosols, because they lack adequate filters and do not fit tightly against the face.1 Therefore, a higher level of protection is necessary.

Why not disinfect, you ask?

For a risk group 4 organism, any activity that has the potential for aerosolizing liquid body fluids, such as medical or disinfection procedures, should be avoided, if possible. Our risk assessment indicates that a PAPR with a full facepiece (APF = 50) or a hood or helmet (APF = 25) would be a better choice for patient care during epidemic conditions.

They’re beginning to treat it like a risk group 4 (the highest).

Wearing this type of respirator minimizes the need for other types of PPE, such as head coverings and goggles.

But hey, The Guardian said not to worry about it.

CDC: Ebola transmission now “within 3 feet” and “same room”

Because it’s a fucking virus. Those are airborne.

And that definitely counts public transport, as if I didn’t have enough reasons to avoid The Tube of Doom.

Prevent Ebola;

We’ve been telling you for awhile now that the government and healthcare providers were not being honest about how Ebola can spread.  Over and over again, government officials and healthcare experts have insisted Ebola “can only be spread through direct contact.”  Those same people have also insisted that infected people “are not contagious until they show symptoms.  CDC now admits those claims were FALSE!

Why is it always from Africa?

All the deadliest diseases in the entire world, always them.

CDC footnote;

Casual contact is defined as a) being within approximately 3 feet (1 meter) or within the room or care area for a prolonged period of time (e.g., healthcare personnel, household members) while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment (i.e., droplet and contact precautions–see Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations); or b) having direct brief contact (e.g., shaking hands) with an EVD case while not wearing recommended personal protective equipment (i.e., droplet and contact precautions–see Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations). At this time, brief interactions, such as walking by a person or moving through a hospital, do not constitute casual contact.

In my academic experience, when it comes to liars, the good stuff is always in the footnotes.
In fact, if I sense someone is lying to me, it’s the first place I go. Man, do they sweat when they see me flip those pages.



Ebola crisis: why is there bushmeat in the UK?

full article

We don’t know why West Africa is currently suffering from the largest outbreak of Ebola, but humans were almost certainly first infected through contact with “bush meat”.

In short:

Food critic Charles Campion, who has investigated the sale of bush meat in London markets, says that African immigrants buy the black-market meats for a taste of home.

Ebola is a Class A bioterror weapon.
These people are so stupid they know this and keeping eating it.

But carrying bush meat into Britain is illegal for health and safety reasons and to protect animal welfare. There’s no oversight into cleanliness of the meat, and the methods of transportation are often unsafe.

Well, at least they’re not keeping it around other people…

A 2010 investigation into bush meat in Europe found 270 tonnes coming through Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport alone. Researchers discovered 11 different types of bush meat from African forests, including whole sheep and calves that were wrapped in plastic and kept in holdalls during flights.

Once the bush meat arrives in Britain, street markets and Africa restaurants are thought to stock the black market goods, keeping them hidden under the counter for familiar customers. Six butchers and food stores in Ridley Road Market, Dalston, were discovered selling illicit rat meat by a BBC investigation in 2010, and Campion says he knows of Hendon restaurants that sell bush meat.

I think I may need to move.

How clean is your pap smear? That metal speculum?

I was tipped off about this and I’m mortified as a woman.

“SMTL carried out a survey of mainly GP practices with regard to their use of disposable and reusable vaginal specula. Disturbing reprocessing practices were revealed in some surgeries, including some practices completely ignoring MDA advice. Most users performing in-house reprocessing were not complying with best practice as recommended by the Department of Health through their various device bulletins and HTM documents.

Many GP practices could reduce the level of risk by investing in better reprocessing systems, contracting out their reprocessing completely, or through the use of disposable specula. Practices may also be able to reduce their costs by using disposable specula or by contracting out their reprocessing.”

Imagine the lawsuits. The NHS has been pushing ALL women above a fixed age to have this exam.

“There is little in the literature relating to the issues surrounding reusable vaginal specula.”

Perhaps this is partially behind the soaring HPV rates?

“They concluded that HPV infected cells can be found on instruments inserted into the vagina of women with HPV infection, and that if these instruments are not cleaned and sterilized properly, they will be a potential source of infection for subsequent patients.”

HPV can cause cancer, btw.

“correct pasteurisation (immersion in water at 80 C for 5 minutes) would inactivate papillomaviruses, herpes viruses, and HIV.

That isn’t the same as clean. Are women told this? I’ve never heard of it. Uninformed consent. Bleeding is a “common” side effect of these exams, hence the HIV bolded.

“Although there is little in the literature regarding cross-infection from inadequately sterilized specula, we live in an increasingly litigious society. One strand in the defence against patient claims of cross infection from poorly decontaminated and sterilized instruments would be complete documentation of the process, including logbooks, written operating procedures, training records, test results and maintenance data. The other possibility is to use pre-sterilized disposable CE marked equipment from a reputable manufacturer. Either would make it more difficult for a patient to mount a successful legal claim.”

Oh, they don’t really care about patients at all, they want the NHS to avoid the mass of lawsuits.

Here’s Feminist Midwife explaining the infectious problems with these supposedly ‘safe’ exams, I wish feminism would complain about important problems like this (guys, you’re sticking your dick in this too, it matters, and you might think a woman’s cheating when she isn’t).

Apparently, even the disposable ones can be contaminated by the awkward, common habit of touching lots of things with gloved hands and then the speculum, when it’s clean out of the container. (We must assume it’s clean out of the container or I’m out. Yet checking manufacturing/personnel would be vital).

Can someone look into probes for me? I can only find information like this: “High-Level Disinfection destroys all microorganisms except some endospores” ~ forum source

And forceps are a problem too. Contamination news story in Canada Don’t these devices have hinges? Springs? Things that gather dirt and grime and cannot, in most cases, be taken apart for cleaning?

IV fluid too?? FFS!

Study on HPV infection from non-sexual means at the clinic e.g. gloved hands!
And HPV is in semen.
“The incidence of anal cancer among homosexual men exceeds that of cervical cancer in unscreened women.”
I’m going to stop looking now, it’s too disgusting.


Further information “The data suggest that further study of nonsexual spread of high-risk genital HPV via fomites is warranted.” “A woman with multiple sexual partners should use condoms to lower her risk of sexually transmitted infections no matter what other form of contraception she uses.” Rather defeats the purpose of the Pill, doesn’t it? “Certain types of sexual behavior increase a woman’s risk of getting HPV infection, such as having sex at an early age and having many sex partners.” Why don’t men get the vaccine when they’re passing it on?

Update: it gets worse, the lubes used by doctors are probably bad for us too.

Should you be worried about your vagina absorbing the ingredients in your lube?