This is part 2 of a five part article series.
From Europe By Karma Singh
Last week, large portions of the press reported on the WHO revelation of Monday 8th June in Geneva which, by using scientific data, proof of many things was delivered:
1) The very basis of the theory which demanded the lockdown, masking etc. does not exist and these measures are useless, unnecessary and damaging to health.
2) There is no causational relationship between the putative Sars-Cov-2 “virus” and any illness.
3) Covid-19 is definitely NOT caused by a “virus”.
4) The entire “disease caused by viruses” hypothesis is extremely unlikely to have any point of contact with reality.
“Just because the scientific data shows that infection doesn’t happen, does not mean that it can’t.”
“We’ve not checked up on all of the asymptomatic “infected” so we don’t actually know that they don’t infect others.”
Very little intelligence is needed to comprehend that, if all of the “infected” who never get ill and have been checked up on never infect anyone else then it is extremely unlikely that any other asymptomatic could do so.
(For readers in GB, IN, AU and parts of Africa, this means: Steps up to the crease and hits it for six.)
Dr. Atlas is the David and Joan Traitel Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and the former chief of neuroradiology at Stanford University Medical Center, i.e. Stanford USA, not the original Stanford.
“The tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be entering the containment phase. Tens of thousands of Americans have died, and Americans are now desperate for sensible policymakers who have the courage to ignore the panic and rely on facts. Leaders must examine accumulated data to see what has actually happened, rather than keep emphasizing hypothetical projections; combine that empirical evidence with fundamental principles of biology established for decades; and then thoughtfully restore the country to function.”
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