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A Virus the CDC cannot isolate

You may find this mind-boggling but, according to the CDC, it appears that the Coronavirus is a theoretical concept.  This is straight from their own document “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available, assays designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”

In other words, they are testing for something this is kind of like what they think the famous Covid-19 would look like but have not yet managed to isolate. You can dive into their document where this is buried, about the PCR test for Covid-19 (aka 2019-nCoV).

Continue the story with this excellent blog from Jon Rappaport.

The Smoking Gun: Where is the coronavirus? The CDC says it isn’t available

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This may warrant another blog from me but in case I don’t get around to it – – – According to the “Operation Moonshot” document recently leaked to the British Medical Journal, 10 million of these PCR day are to be administered PER DAY by Spring 2021.  Weekly or monthly testing will be ‘needed’ to gain a pass allowing entry to ‘dangerous’ places/events such as concerts, football matches, parties, and probably, clubs, shops and restaurants. This, in my humble opinion, is intended to make the population give a sigh of relief when they can replace frequent testing with an annual vaccine instead.




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2 thoughts on “A Virus the CDC cannot isolate”

  1. Hey Gregory! Dr. Andrew Kaufman and Sally Fallon recently published finding on exosomes and their relationship to the evasive COVID-19 virus. Electron microscope pictures show them to be identical. (As youi may know exosomes remove intra-cellular debris. Hence their nickname–“the garbageman of the cell”). Dr. Tom Cowan also spoke loudly about this and terrain theory versus germ theory. His videos were banned on FB.

    Hope you are well! I’m currently in Vancouver, B.C. running the Vancouver Waldorf School.

    1. Hi Gideon, That looks like a wonderful new job, good man. Rudolf would be happy. That video – I had seen it before and not agreed. Radio was not introduced on a global scale until the 1920’s. Yes, it had existed in the trenches of WW1, which did not extend far outside of Europe & Turkey. And if the soldiers got it from the radio exposure, they would not thereby have spread it to others when returning home to other continents after the war.

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