|CDC announces test kits for coronavirus don’t work|
|NY Times, Miami Herald, NBC, and other outlets are reporting the story. |
The Herald: “The CDC sent novel coronavirus testing kits to Florida. They might not work.” (Feb 12., 2020)
“The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday morning said issues [problems] with the tests the agency has developed for the respiratory illness spreading rapidly through China surfaced after they were sent out to state labs…Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said federal officials believe the issue [problem] stems from one substance used in the test that ‘wasn’t performing consistently.’ She said the federal agency was remanufacturing that agent to try to correct the problem.”
I have news. Correcting those flaws in the test won’t make any difference. The test, as I reported days ago, CAN’T WORK.
Why? Because, as the CDC mentions on its website, the test is a version of the PCR. Technicians take a small specimen from a patient that might contain a virus. If it does, the virus particle(s) would be much too small to observe or analyze. The test then amplifies the specimen many times—as you would blow up a photograph—until a virus, if present, can be observed and—supposedly—identified.
There is just one flaw, and it’s fatal. The test says nothing reliable about HOW MUCH virus is in the patient’s body. Why is this important? Because millions and millions of virus, actively replicating in the body, are necessary to even begin talking about the virus causing disease. A few vague viral particles floating around in the body are irrelevant.
BUT the test takers and the doctors and the researchers and the companies that sell the test avoid an open frank debate with highly qualified INDEPENDENT researchers. It’s much easier to say, “The amount of virus in the body isn’t a problem, we can measure that, case closed.”
Patients who only have a non-important tiny amount of what might be a coronavirus are going to be labeled with the “epidemic illness.” They’re going to be quarantined and hospitalized and scared and treated with toxic anti-viral medicines.
Most people wouldn’t care about “those misdiagnosed patients.” They would only care about robotically believing the CDC, who tells them the present manufacturing flaws in the test kits will be fixed, and then everything will be all right.
The doctor says, “Take two ‘I MUST BELIEVE THE AUTHORITIES’ with a glass of water before bedtime, and don’t call me in the morning.”
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Add this from Jim Stone –
Jim Stone has an interesting theory
My comment: WHAT IF the Chinese government is insisting on body bags and cremations to hide gunshot wounds to the head or proof of death not by virus? The best way they could possibly handle this is to simply throw everyone in a deep deep trench and bury, but they’re not doing that. Why? Destruction of evidence? Evidence hidden inside a “do not open” body bag that goes straight into the fire?
WHY are they insisting on incineration? Once buried, the virus will be gone especially after the rot sets in. Bacteria will simply eat the virus. ….
Seven figure deaths in China and the rest of the world combined is single digit? …
What Stone is suggesting may have legs. Apparently that happened after Hurricane Katrina in the USA.
Here’s 2 anecdotes:
My sister is a nurse and back then when she renewed her nursing license she
She said that when she got there the first couple of days it was pretty
She was in the Super Dome and every day they gave her a small tin of Vicks
She went on to say that there were THOUSANDS of bodies and most all of them
I always thought that Katrina was some kind of social experiment but I was
The official death toll is greatly under stated and the real count is
I just want to say, Beware the next disaster.
In July, the local television station WDSU released a home video, taken shortly after the storm hit, of a local man, Paul Gleason, who bragged to two police officers about shooting looters in the Algiers section of New Orleans.
“Did you have any problems with looters,” [sic] asked an officer.
“Not anymore,” said Gleason.
“They’re all dead,” said Gleason.
The officer asked, “What happened?”
“We shot them,” said Gleason.
“How many did you shoot?
“Thirty-eight people? What did you do with the bodies?”
“We gave them to the Coast Guard,” said Gleason.