No PCR. No Pandemic.

It’s essential to recognise a pandemic, otherwise you won’t know we have one! Prof. Drosten said so. The mind boggles that these creatures make a living doing this, but they do.

If Bill Gates, Imperial College London, the WHO et al want a pandemic, cue the PCR test.

Yesterday on BBC R4 Today, the BBC’s morning flagship news programme, they were bemoaning the lack of children currently having the measles jab. The Sunday Times had the same concern. Those irresponsible under-16s are risking themselves, their grannies, their pets and all of us. Naughty, naughty, very naughty. Even though I had measles as a child and somehow survived, we must vax, jab and inject everyone in case someone isn’t.

Polio is a regular one they revisit to warn us about. Disease X is a current flavour of the month. Isn’t that a great name, X? It’s almost as if they have invented a disease before it’s invented itself. That’s marketing Edward Bernays, that’s the way to do it. Indeed, there is apparently an endless list of possible deadly viruses for Sir Tony Bliar to concern himself about and worry us into multiple annual jabs which ideally Sir Tony can monitor with digital ID. Sir Tony does have your best interests at heart; you do know that, don’t you? After all, he is Order of the Garter, the oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry. Trust Sir Tony; he’s so chivalrous.

The images of swab sticks going up people’s noses was a visual confirmation that clown world continuum had set in and a terrible, deadly, awful, wide spread pandemic was among us. Without testing, we would have been left blissfully ignorant. Imagine how many would have been at risk had we not known. Of course, alongside the PCR testing, we can also be grateful to The Behavioural Insights Team, SAGE SPI-B, Mindspace and the 77th Brigade for marketed the pandemic with their £multi-million fear campaign, otherwise the public might have been none the wiser.

I believe this is Prof. Dr. Stefan Homburg:

He mentions…
‘Mr. Drosten also emphasised these points in interviews at the federal press conference. The same Mr. Drosten told our current Federal Chancellor Olaf Schulz in a talk show that the pandemic would not even be noticed without PCR tests!’

Let’s read that again: the pandemic would not even be noticed without PCR tests.
Got it? Good.

I’ve copied the following text from here:
Corona: Five Official Facts
December 2023
Dr. Stefan Homburg.
This document uses short links. If you click on one of the blue links or type it in manually, the official URL will appear in your browser window.

1. All-time low clinic occupancy in 2020
In 2020, clinic occupancy fell to an all-time low, in some cases 30% below the previous year’s figure. Link Bundesgesundheitsministerium (p. 4):
2. Few severe respiratory diseases
Respiratory diseases were inconspicuous in 2020 and 2021. Peaks occurred in 2018 and at the end of 2022. Link Robert Koch-Institut (p. 5):
3. Deaths increased noticeably in 2021 not 2020
In 2020, the age-adjusted mortality rate was between the values of 2018 and 2019. It only increased noticeably with the start of vaccination in 2021. Link Gesundheitsberichterstattung des Bundes:
4. Corona deaths were older than other deaths
On average, the PCR deaths were 83 years old, the other deaths were 82 years old. Links Robert Koch-Institut (p. 19): und Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung:
5. Sweden performed better than Germany
The overall mortality rate per capita was lower in lockdown- and mask-free Sweden than in Germany. Link: World Health Organization:

Yep, no PCR, no pandemic. Scary isn’t it? Incredibly, I understand people are still engaging the covid1984 test, so any new pandemic will not go under the radar; we will know. Phew!

This is the clip of Kary Mullis explaining his PCR test was never a diagnostic. Aren’t we all relieved we ignored the inventor of the PCR, otherwise we would never have noticed the covid1984 pandemic.

As an added bonus, below is an interview with Mike Stone, the creator of, which scrutinizes the world of virology and germ theory and exposes their gaping scientific and logical flaws. Mike is completely self-taught and woke up to the problems of virology after a particularly saddening personal experience.

The Post Office scandal has been big news in the UK. The photos below are from the same Sunday Times front page as the measles story and depict people who ‘didn’t live to see justice’; died before the scandal was acknowledged and addressed.

I wonder what further scandals we might see acknowledged and addressed in the future. Also from the same front page, make sure you have solar panels in UK del Sol to soak up all that English sunshine! Save lives. Save the planet. Do as you’re told you muppets!

Yurtta Barış Dünyada Barış : Peace At Home, Peace İn The World… if only.

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15 Responses to “No PCR. No Pandemic.”

  1. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    The WHO changed the meaning of the word “pandemic” itself well before coronabaloney kicked off. From deaths to “cases”….

    Which made the PCR test pivotal for the whole false pandemic, as you say. Also the PCR was used at a ridiculous 40+ cycles to guarantee lots of “cases” too

    Cases not deaths and, bingo, they made a pandemic. How easy was that?

    Then they made all the scared fools wear masks. Even though masks are useless at preventing infections. But they were important for the pandemic creators because they were the ONLY way that most could see that there was a pandemic in progress. No dead bodies, so no other every day way of knowing

    [There was never any obligation to wear one either. All you had to do was say “I am exempt” and, under their own “guidelines” then, you were. I never wore a mask once. Partly because I suspected that they were contaminated with something, but also on general principle]

    The gullibility of the majority of British public was a pitiful sight to be honest. All the above info was available at the time if you cared to do your own research. But the brainwashing by media was so powerful that most folk didn’t bother, they naively believed 100% certified proven liars. And then did as they were told and prioritised others over their own well being. How stupid was that?

    75% of the fools even accepted the “warp speed vaccination” when it was blatantly obvious that it was a false hope and had a nefarious purpose. I will never forget B. Johnson and his “Get yourself boosted!” refrain. What an evil so and so, he knew what he was doing

    • NPP says:

      The PCR was, is bollox.

      I was amazed Drosten basically said as much, yet people still engage the silly test.

      I live in a country of stupid people. What can I do? Scribble out artworks!

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        Indeed, keep scribbling Ned…..

        • NPP says:

          I intend to.
          I know people still taking this test. It boggles my mind.

          • ian says:

            I “educated”, my daughter in law, as the plandemic gathered speed, about all the balony and nonsense. I didn’t want my grandkids dosed up, but she still used the test kits and even took over as lead authority on what was real etc, but that’s what she’s like, Full of it. At least none of them were jabbed.

            • pete fairhurst 2 says:

              “At least none of them were jabbed” That’s the important thing Ian, so you got a result there. I hope that they are grateful that you helped them dodge a bullet. My crew certainly are

  2. NPP says:

    Generally I went on gut feeling; experience of Tony Bliar’s WoMD lies etc.
    I was also influenced by the likes of David Icke who long ago ‘predicted’ such nonsense would be rolled out.
    I was among the few within in my life long peers who did not comply. So many ‘highly educated’, professionally successful friends accepted the policy.
    Also, I’d long given up on dentists and doctors.
    Covid1984 has been a game changer for me and our generation.

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      “I was among the few within in my life long peers who did not comply. So many ‘highly educated’, professionally successful friends accepted the policy”

      Me too Ned, the loss of a lot of my mates was depressing…

      I used to do an annual walking trip in the British Isles with my long term pals. Bit Of National Trail, BONT, we called it. 4 or 5 days every Spring, every year for a decade or so

      So I wrote a long detailed pdf with links to try and convince them all. I felt like they didn’t even read the pdf but, if they did then, it made no difference

      I also showed them lots of the suspect stuff about the proposed vaxx. Including the declared ingredients with genetically modified human DNA and also Chimpanzee DNA, and known neurotoxins too. They said that “humans are close relatives of chimps”!!!

      After Ulie kicked in and covid was virtually memory holed in 2022 then, I assumed that we would resume in 2023, bygones etc. There were 6 of us in the group, but I was told “none of the lads want to walk with you now because of your attitude to covid and the fact that you didn’t get the vaxx”!!!! Give me strength oh Lord!!

      So I told them that I hoped that they were not injured by the poison that they all took and I wished them all well for the future. And added that, given that they had STILL not woken up then, I had no desire to resume walking with them myself anymore, so goodbye and good luck

      Every one of them a well educated, intelligent, pensioner who had had good and successful careers in their chosen field

      Hey ho, all part of life’s rich tapestry. Onwards and upwards

  3. Belyi says:

    I took myself to hospital last week because I was having a breathing problem. They ran all sorts of tests before admitting me and suggested a PCR test as well. This met a firm NO, but try explaining to these people that it is not a diagnostic test. Try to tell them what Dr Mullis said about his test and the answer comes back: ‘times change as we get more up to date’. I saved my breath for more important matters.

    • NPP says:

      I’ve just been driving with BBC R5 Live on. They were pushing the measles jab for kids on the Nicky Campbell show, demonising anyone promoting ‘fear’ stories about vaccinations. It is relentless. Just image a national broadcaster with fair and proper analysis whereby e.g. Dr. Mike Yeadon were invited to comment.
      I had measles as a kid. It was just one of those things that came and went.

      • Belyi says:

        The great thing about having measles is that it immunizes you for life. Before the vax, people were constantly in touch with it and that boosted their immunity.

        When an unvaxed child died here a few years ago, there was much criticism as she attended the Steiner school and people drew their own conclusions. It transpired that her elder brother had had such a bad reaction to jabs that their doctor recommended that she stay unjabbed.

  4. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    “I had measles as a kid. It was just one of those things that came and went.”

    Me too, I was ill for a few days and then all good, and with lifelong immunity too. Nature is wonderful, no need for pharma poison for minor stuff like mumps, measels, rubella etc etc

    I suppose that none of the current parent generation know that of course. It was eradicated for their childhoods and they never experienced it. So they are very susceptible to such insidious propaganda. The beeb webshite has been running with this BS for a few days now

  5. ian says:

    I was really lucky as a kid, and got measles and mumps at the same time, Had the chicken pox, a touch of swamp fever, and rabies too. Oh and German measles, they told me it was Rubella, but it was deffo German measles. There were little Swastikas when you picked the spots off.
    The kids today are soft. Picked up and dropped off at school? we had to walk 25 miles each way. If it was raining we used to float straws in the puddles, and if it dried up, we went outside.

    Ok, Sorry, you guys started me off.

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      There were little Swastikas when you picked the spots off 😂

  6. NPP says:

    You can but speak openly and honestly. Persuading or convincing seems pointless.

    At least covid1984 opened many doors and minds to wider possibilities.