35 reasons this is fraud

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Test kits don’t work. So they can’t know how many have it. How can we trust the media to truthfully report cases, when the test kits can’t identify cases, and suffer both from false positives and false negatives? The FDA page, and the CDC page, both list problems of false positives and false negatives for the test kits in use.

Source: 35 Sources showing the COVID19 / corona virus is over hyped, and likely fraud. – RevealingFraud.com (by Jason Hommel)

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15 thoughts on “35 reasons this is fraud

  1. xileffilex

    Standard hoax give-away – the temporary mortuary
    As used following :the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire hoax, 7/7 ** , the 1994 Mull of Kintyre military/MI5 helihoax… and more
    www.theguardian.com/world/2020…
    Temporary morgues being set up across UK amid rising Covid-19 deaths
    Structures going up in worst-hit areas as part of contingency planning

    [Don’t] be very scared….

    Simon points out the Italian sub-routine psy-op, the military movement of “bodies”, reminiscent of those fake military convoys of “UNCLEAR WEAPONS”

    ** a commenter from the pathology ‘industry’ calls out the bullshitter who claims to have worked in the 7/7 temporary mortuary. Perhaps she did – but it was one big DRILL, just like the Coronavirus event.

  2. UnrealUnreal

    Interesting article – but misleading.

    There is clearly a wish to make long bullet list here as many arguments appear twice, are irrelevant or merely consist of unsupported opinion.

    On the positive side, there are many important arguments, with links and studies to support it.

    The negative side (imo) is the US bias on (fake) politics and the emphasis on “curing” viral diseases with an alleopathic angle (vitamin C). The theory of onfection is in itself hard to sustain, and as we have no proof of any virus being able to isolated, talking of any cure to virus is negative publicity to a non existing phenomena.

    Of the valid points in the article, there are only x as far as i can tell*:

    Test kits don’t work* (reference)
    Statistically perfect result curves in China defying logic (99% mathemacical)
    Silvio Brusaferro of Higher Institute of Health (Italy) admit only 2 out of 100 people died from the Coronavirus (translated article)
    The Corona pandemic was premedtated and scheduled in advance (event 201 disclaimer)
    Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security forced to publish denial of planned coercion in a statement (here)
    Johns Hopkins Center pandemic mock video (here) as part of the Clade X pandemic exercise in May 2018
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was hiring quarantine supervisors in advance (here)
    Corona virus is less deadly than the flu* (article)
    Online media giants are incited (Boris Johnson, UK) to fight against “fake news” for the Covid-19 pandemic (article)
    The media has hyped a flu pandemic nearly every 2 years for the last 20 years, and none of them materialized (no good references in the article)
    People are in panic over the draconian, tyrannical government shut downs of the economy. That is a real threat, not a fake virus.
    The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a vaccine front, and totally discredited (no good references in the article)

    Celebrity is acting the Covid-19 positive test results – it is statistically improbable that out of 1600 cases in the USA (330 million people) that Tom Hanks tests positive.


    All in all, that would boil down the 35 (now 37) “sources” or arguments for the Corona virus fraud down to around 13, out which some arguments are poorly argued, weak or anecdotal. Unfortunately, 13 out of 37 is a poor score overall, especially when in search of exacting information.

    My major grief with the overall gist left once the article perused is the focus on curing viral diseases and promoting some type of trust to particular medical procedures working against a false paradigm such as viruses/vira.

    * bullet point #2 about the false positives rate expands on #1 about the non-working Corona virus test-kits (reference false positives)

    * bullet point #26 further elaborates on #14 with US flu deaths yearly range from 12-62K (2018/2019)

      1. barbm124

        yet still ab, they provided very useful links there. If your read between the lines of the official CDC and gov documents you will find that they offer an exact protocol for people involved in the health care systems how to deal with this fake pandemic to make it look real. This people then do exactly as it says and are convinced they did their job good. It says “a negative result does not rule out COVID-19”, which means everyone can be found guilty if necessary. It says “in the event of a false positive result, risks to patients could include the following: a recommendation for isolation of the patient”, which means, even if you can prove, your positive test was wrong, you can be treated as sick anyway.
        They even openly admit the tests does not really work:”the positive predictive value of the active screening was only 19.67%, in contrast, the false-positive rate of positive results was 80.33%”. All that actually demonstrates what it is: an exercise for the health care systems and a test for obedience for the masses.

        1. UnrealUnreal

          Much appreciate your detailed explanations (barbm124) – the breakdown of the electron microscope only depicting waterless, dead cells is an important fact to keep in mind* as we look at the “images” of virus.

          As pointed out above, there are valid references and links in the article from Jason Hommel, but also much repetition and focus on alternative virus treatments – and also some rather mute arguments of mere personal opinion (politics, press, money).

          The main issue that really stands out is the disparity of the minute analysis of the control mechanism and healing of a virus and the complete lack of investigation to verify if the Corona pathogen actually exists.

          However good and in -depth the analysis of the corona virus test may be – this still is arguing the futile. The real issue will always remain that proof of the Corona virus is impossible to find, and less it is factually possible to isolate a virus – every test will be 100% false no matter how it is made.

          The fact Jason L’Homme (Hommel) manages to make 37 arguments against the Corona virus yet missing the fact the virus itself can not be proven to exist seems ackward, and thus poorly researched contrary to the impression the article lintends to make*.

          * just as a reminder blood consist of 83% water, the body overall around 70%

          * even the article layout is unclear and uneasy to read, Jason Hommel’s plead for money (the “about” page) on the contrary to the Corona article stand out as very clear, timely spaced layout that gets the message across,,,

    1. UnrealUnreal

      Something went astray with the formating of my take on the 37 bullet points list from i-need-money Jason Hommel.

      Herunder the list of 13 points i tried post properly above before my editing capacity went dead:

      ===
      #1
      Test kits don’t work (reference)
      #3 Statistically perfect result curves in China defying logic (99% mathemacical)
      #4 Silvio Brusaferro of Higher Institute of Health (Italy) admit only 2 out of 100 people died from the Corona virus (translated article)
      #9 The Corona pandemic was premedtated and scheduled in advance (event 201 disclaimer)
      #10 Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security forced to publish denial of planned coercion (statement here)
      #11 Johns Hopkins Center pandemic mock video (here) as part of the Clade X pandemic exercise in May 2018
      #12 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was hiring quarantine supervisors in advance (here)
      #14 Corona virus is less deadly than the flu* (article)
      #15 Online media giants are incited (Boris Johnson, UK) to fight against “fake news” for the Covid-19 pandemic (article)
      #25 The media has hyped a flu pandemic nearly every 2 years for the last 20 years, and none of them materialized (no good references in the article)
      #29 People are in panic over the draconian, tyrannical government shut downs of the economy. That is a real threat, not a fake virus.
      #34 The World Health Organisation (WHO) is a vaccine front, and totally discredited (no good references in the article)
      #37 Celebrity is acting the Covid-19 positive test results – it is statistically improbable that out of 1600 cases in the USA (330 million people) that Tom Hanks tests positive
      ===

  3. xileffilex

    I did read the whole article [thanks again] but I found point #3 the most significant – the Chinese infection curve was so perfect as to resemble a simulation.

    1. xileffilex

      update….
      At a Whitehall briefing, [UK Prime Minister] Mr Johnson’s official spokesman said: ‘Technology companies have been invited to Downing Street for a meeting this evening on ensuring the public has access to reliable information on coronavirus.

      ‘They will talk about thinks like how to help inform the public around coronavirus and talk about things like modelling the spread of the disease, tracking its spread, those sorts of things.’

      Source, Mail online

      Simpandemic – a simulated pandemic.

  4. barbm124

    thx ab for the link. Somebody out there did all the work and collected lots of stuff for anybody who still believes in the reality of all this. Of course test kits don’t work, or they always produce the result somebody wishes. They look for antibodies, which are proteins we all have or can have any time without any sickness. Also some people always test positive and some never also without any sickness. All DNA tests or sequencing methods always use some form of gelelectrophoresis at the end of the process. In this part, they put some colored or radioactive marked parts of parts of parts of DNA which they call microsatellites on jelly and try to sort them somehow using strong electromagnetic field. What they get then is this famous strip pattern, which they use to compare two probes. They also claim to have microchips (very small devices similar to computer chips) where also electricity is used to sort parts of DNA. All this methods use this gelelectrophoresis. And in all this methods they admit, they cannot reproduce the same results twice. If they DNA-analyze the same probe twice they won’t get the same strip pattern. Never. Yet still they claim to be able to find criminals that way. And they claim, they can read the order of the nucleobases the DNA is supposedly made off via comparing such strip patterns. They even claim to have machines doing all this automatically. It may be hard to understand what this all is about, but think of a book, where you rip off all pages, put them through a shredder, than sort the shredded parts by number of letters or anything else and then try to reconstruct the previous content of this book from the sorted strips. Or even claim to find a similar book that way. That’s what DNA analysis does.

    1. smj

      Apparently, eu’kary’otic mullis was written out of the script last year. He liked to run his mouth and he thought he was funny; so I reckon somebody didn’t want him around when his nucleic chain reaction test would be under far more scrutiny. I do think the microsatellites are a nice touch though. I’m reminded of the nuclear chain reaction powered satellites of my youth…

      www.businessinsider.com/nuclea…

      Mullis
      Name used to describe someone who often does very normal things in crazy, insane, or unpredictable ways. Sometimes these people may confuse you by doing something normal one second and then doing the very same thing in some wacked out way the next second. An easy way to spot a Mullis is thier unique way of playing poker which causes them to either loose horribly in the first few hands OR confuse the other players so as to cause them to fold everytime the Mullis bets due to the unpredictability of the hand being bet on.
      While playing poker, Matt went all in as he has done many times before. The other players all fold their hands. Matt reveals that he had absolutely nothing of any value in his hand. One player yells “I should have known he didn’t have anything because he’s a fucking Mullis!”

      1. smj

        “PCR was born in the mind of Kary Mullis on a moonlit night in northern California in 1983. As he drove through the hills, Mullis was thinking about the precision of DNA replication, and a way to tap into it popped into his mind. He excitedly explained his idea to his girlfriend and then went home to think it through. “It was difficult for me to sleep with deoxyribonuclear bombs exploding in my brain,” he wrote much later. (A quote so common that I can’t find the original source, which I think was Scientific American.)”

        blogs.plos.org/dnascience/2019…

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