There’s no virus island

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The germ theory is exploded before your eyes.

David discusses the possibility with James McCumiskey of Ireland, the possibility that there are no viruses, and that this is a decades or centuries old fraud or error. James has endeavored to get proof of the existence of viruses from the virus experts in Ireland, including the NVRL (National Virus Reference Laboratory), so far to no avail. Begorra!

Source: The Infectious Myth – There are no Viruses, with James McCumiskey – 06.05.18

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7 thoughts on “There’s no virus island

  1. xileffilex

    Viruses in food? I’d love to hear Kaufman Cowan and Co discuss this area of “virology”.
    Here is a meta review from 2018……
    Selected Viruses Detected on and in our Food
    Claudia Bachofen
    Current Clinical Microbiology Reports volume 5, pages143–153 (2018)

    Warning bells straight away

    Foodborne viruses are highly diverse but the clinical signs they cause are usually not specific for the single virus and often rather general such as diarrhoea and malaise making diagnosis challenging and tedious…the most important foodborne viruses regarding case numbers and economic impact are not really borne from within sources of food but are contaminating the surface of foodstuffs. Examples are large outbreaks of Hepatitis A from frozen berries or norovirus present on salad and vegetables….. The role of these viruses on our health is less studied and many viruses have only recently been detected by next generation sequencing….
    Propagation of NoV [Norovirus] in cell culture is notoriously difficult. Successful cultivation requires for example the addition of enteric bacteria expressing strain-suitable histo-blood group antigen (HBGA) or stem cell-derived, nontransformed human intestinal enteroid monolayer cultures with addition of bile . Due to these difficulties, the recently published ISO standard method for NoV in food is based on quantitative RT-PCR… the most important mode of transmission is directly from human-to-human or indirectly via the contaminated environment. Particularly vulnerable are people on cruise ships, schools and other situations of dense clustering, even if hygiene standards are high.

    Other alleged food borne viruses are Hepatitus A and E , Rotavirus , Sapovirus and Human Adenovirus.

    Contaminated recreational and irrigation water seems to be a frequent source of infection… Since viruses are heat sensitive, raw or undercooked foodstuffs such as meat, milk and dairy products are the most likely sources for uptake of infectious animal viruses….These viruses are adapted to humans and are efficiently transmitted between humans, making it often difficult to untangle foodborne and direct human-to-human transmission.

    Is this another big scientific scam- the food-borne virus? No mention , naturally, of any separation or purificiation of these “food viruses”.

    1. Fakeologist Post author

      Virus are covers for organic chemicals, usually glyphosate in good. It’s the antibiotics in animal products and organo phosphates that are killing us. Maybe they’ll now have money to measure those levels.

      1. marin2

        The so-called non existant viruses, bacteria and fungi’ s( they do exist) are used as a coverup. That’s why they promoted degenerate L. Pasteur and R. Koch (Koch’ s postulates) Those 3 are used as a coverup for almost every disease.

  2. xileffilex

    An excellent three-way chat between Derickk Brose, Tom Cowan and Andy Kaufman – going into the dodgy science of “viruses”, touching on exosomes, contagion and much more:…
    Jan 14 2021
    [Spoiler, Ans = no]
    [via Stephers at PoM, one of the very few oases of sanity along with fakeologist in these crazy times]

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