When coincidences outnumber differences, it’s either a method or a conspiracy. In the AIDS – Covid comparison, it’s both.

Our effort has already earned the YouTube Badge of Honor and Credibility, so you know this is hard-hitting

Let’s play a new game: Identify all the ‘coincidences’ between AIDS and Covid.
Here’s my incomplete list for starters:

  • No gold standard virus isolation from patients
  • Virus – illness causation not fully evidenced
  • Fauci runs the show
  • Poison sold for therapy results in genocide
  • Cases explode after therapy approval
  • Fauci promotes Gilead drugs and suppresses all other alternatives
  • Deliberate misuse of PCRs
  • Fake test and cases
  • Fauci brutally suppresses dissent
  • Fake stats and other mish-mashes in third world
  • They couldn’t do it without their friends in media and Pentagon
  • Strong political and economical incentives for Government participation
  • Genetic sequence changing all the time
  • No cure found, normalized, need permanent medication

I will probably add more with time, feel free to send me suggestions on my socials

Mengele was a baby compared to what Fauci achieved in any of these crises alone

I only mirror AIDS and COVID / AZT and Covid injections here, but rest assured they’ve made many more trials and versions, these are just the most documented and obvious. So much documented I might follow up with one or two more episodes.
However, these first 40+ minutes suffice to support the claim in my headline and the case that trialing Fauci’s genocide has to start with AIDS, if not earlier.
But this video presentation is not all I have, I’ll keep adding below more of the bombshells I’ve dug out during my investigations.

SOME MUST SEE RESOURCES

READ THE WHOLE FEATURE ON SPIN

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You thought Magnetogenetics are scary? Optogenetics are a similar thing, but using light instead of electromagnetism, non-invasive and non-detectable. Both stem from DARPA’s BRAIN Initiative.
And you may be able to avoid EMF radiation, but you can’t avoid light.

(BIOHACKING P.6)

This actually touches on a wide array of concerns, from LEDs to vaccines, The Great Reset and the smart grid.
I am very confident that if you pay attention to this video presentation from start to end, you will spend one hour, but you will save incommensurably more hours of guessing, wondering and researching. Not just the many hours I spent doing this, but the many more hours I learned where to look for and how to connect things.
You’re still supposed to not take my word and do your own research, but this will give you some of the best tips on the topic.

Oh, so much wow! just hours after putting this out I find out they will be spraying us with viruses. Shocker!

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

OBAMA, DARPA, GSK AND ROCKEFELLER’S $4.5B B.R.A.I.N. INITIATIVE – BETTER SIT WHEN YOU READ

THE INTERNET OF BODIES AKA THE BORG IS HERE, KLAUS SCHWAB SAYS (BIOHACKING P.5)

FOIA RELEASE: REMOTE MIND CONTROL LINKED TO DARPA’S BRAIN MAPPING. IN 2018

MAGNETOGENETICS, CO-FINANCED BY DARPA, GATES, ROCKEFELLERS, ZUCKERBERG! ISN’T THIS WHY VAXXERS TURN INTO FRIDGE DOORS AND MAGNETS STICK ON THEM?!

HOW CAN PATTERNED ILLUMINATION BE USED IN OPTOGENETICS EXPERIMENTS?

Brain Control With Light: It’s Possible With Optogenetics

Lighting the Brain

Karl Deisseroth and the optogenetics breakthrough.

By John Colapinto, The New Yorker, May 11, 2015

By rendering individual neurons photosensitive Deisseroths technique brings a once unthinkable level of precision and...
By rendering individual neurons photosensitive, Deisseroth’s technique brings a once unthinkable level of precision and control to experiments designed to determine how the brain processes information and drives behavior.

DARPA Awards $21.6M to Develop Optogenetic ‘Read-Write’ Neural Interface

July 24, 2017, Biosciences

Ehud Isacoff of the Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging (MBIB) Division is the project lead on a $21.6 million grant awarded to UC Berkeley as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA’s) Neural Engineering System Design program. The team led by Isacoff, director of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley, aims to develop a novel brain-machine interface that uses light to monitor and modulate the activity of thousands to millions of individual neurons in the cerebral cortex.

To communicate with the brain, the team will first introduce a gene encoding a fluorescent protein into neurons, making the cells flash when they fire an action potential. This will be accompanied by a second gene encoding a light-activated protein that stimulates neurons in response to pulses of light. The reading device Isacoff’s group is developing is a miniaturized light field microscope, which captures light through an array of lenses and reconstructs images computationally in any depth of focus. For the writing component, they are developing a means to stimulate groups of neurons by projecting three-dimensional light patterns onto them.

The researchers’ goal during the initial four-year funding period is to create a prototype device using model organisms—such as zebrafish larvae and mice—in which neural activity and behavior can be simultaneously detected and controlled. But DARPA’s ultimate goal is to accelerate the development of biocompatible neural implants for use in humans to compensate for sensory deficits or to control prosthetic devices. Read more from the UC Berkeley News Center.

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If you’re the kind of people who read this kind of websites, you should be aware of the fact that the US government has branded both of us as ‘terror threats’.
They have also branded skepticism and dissidence as ‘mental illnesses’ or ‘psychological disorders’ before.
Complying with their standards and wanting to show a collaborative side I’ve just discovered in myself, I’d like to rat on some organization that has caused tremendous damage and setbacks to ‘covid measures’.

Now, if anyone knows where I should file my report officially, please fax me the contacts!

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Ok, everything they’ve done so far was plain retarded but this is some smart evil scheming. Not really original, they steal merits even from plumbing, but there’s finally some intellectual merits to this plan. Or former plan, because it’s not gonna work that well once everybody finds out.

When I said “real cure”, I have not abandoned the truth that Moronavirus exists only on computers, so it can’t have real cures other than ctrl+del.
But SARS-COV-2 manufacturers stole some real symptoms from real viruses and diseases.
Most of these are sensitive to a set of chemicals like the ones described below.
The fake virus would be much harder to prop without some of these real cases of other diseases. And successes against flu, let’s say, are sold as victories against the monstrous Covidzilla.

Also facts:

Most drugs are just botched lab copies of natural compounds.
Pfizer’s “twice-a-day Covid pill” is pretty much the same thing to Ivermectin.

Pfizer ad

Pfizer’s press-release on the pill.

SOURCE

“An In-silico data analysis conducted by Choudhury et al. demonstrated that Ivermectin efficiently utilizes viral spike protein, main protease, replicase, and human TMPRSS2 receptors as the most possible targets for executing its “antiviral efficiency” by disrupting binding. Since Ivermectin exploits protein targets from both, the virus and human, this could be the behind its excellent in vitro efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 “

The Journal of Antibiotics, June 15, 2021
they used the protease description instead of the name, I wonder if intentionally…
SOURCE

We identify hydroxychloroquine, a drug that already has approved uses in pregnancy, as a possible inhibitor of NS2B-NS3 protease by using a Food and Drug Administration-approved drug library, molecular docking, and molecular dynamics simulations. Further, to gain insight into its inhibitory potential toward NS2B-NS3 protease, we performed enzyme kinetic studies, which revealed that hydroxychloroquine inhibits protease activity with an inhibition constant (K i) of 92.34 ± 11.91 µM. Additionally, hydroxychloroquine significantly decreases Zika virus infection in placental cells.

Future Virology, March 25, 2021

The hypothesized scope for all these drugs and others is protease inhibition.

Our results indicate that boceprevir, ombitasvir, paritaprevir, tipranavir, ivermectin, and micafungin exhibited inhibitory effect towards 3CLpro enzymatic activity. The 100 ns molecular dynamics simulation studies showed that ivermectin may require homodimeric form of 3CLpro enzyme for its inhibitory activity. In summary, these molecules could be useful to develop highly specific therapeutically viable drugs to inhibit the SARS-CoV-2 replication either alone or in combination with drugs specific for other SARS-CoV-2 viral targets.

Communications Biology, January 2021

Pfizer found a slightly different strategy to chemically sabotage the protease, there had to be something different to be able to patent it, but that’s like different knives to cut the same sushi, and the science is in where to cut and how deep. This is the actual breakthrough that Ivermectin inventors got a Nobel for, and Pfizer is just ripping it ready-made and tweaking it.
Take this to your fav fucked-checker!

SOURCE
SOURCE

It’s harder to steal an icecream cone from a toddler than to sell poison to grown-ups.

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Sometimes my memes are 3D. And you can own them. Or send them to someone.
You can even eat some of them.
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So, is this the world you guys plan to live in?
Nazis are babies next to covidiots and you might be next in line. Not to have my fate, but to have this poor man’s fate…


Poor people get ‘terminated’ by medical assassins, then their partners in crime terminate any witnesses and whistleblowers. This seems to be the new business and social model.
Our site is crippled again because YouTube terminated our second channel, without any possibility of appeal or anything. Ten minutes after the upload it was down.
Just please watch the 100 seconds that triggered the Googlag mass-murderers so much and think for yourself!

Sorry for the site being incomplete again, we’re too poor to afford enough server space and our host, WordPress, only embeds censored platforms, but most articles should hold even without the video support. Most videos are already backed up on Odysee, Brighteon and Bitchute, I just can’t embed them here.
We’re not done, just a bit hurt, but we’re exhausted of energy and resources, a lot is going out, very little coming in.
Most exhausting is, though, watching people still feeding and collaborating with their Nemesis.

BTW, if you’re new here, you’ll be amazed what you find if you input “youtube” in our ‘search’ box!

I still have some scattered back-ups and I’m going to make more and keep red-pilling YouTubers. Help, if you will, preaching only to the choir is not that efficient.

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Top Institutional Holders According to Yahoo Finance

SOURCE

HolderSharesDate Reported% OutValue
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The)456,203,630Jun 29, 20218.14%17,864,934,150
Blackrock Inc.407,048,272Jun 29, 20217.26%15,940,010,331
State Street Corporation278,568,311Jun 29, 20214.97%10,908,735,058
Wellington Management Group, LLP241,721,238Jun 29, 20214.31%9,465,803,680
Capital World Investors240,189,415Jun 29, 20214.28%9,405,817,491
Geode Capital Management, LLC96,381,189Jun 29, 20211.72%3,774,287,361
Northern Trust Corporation64,250,392Jun 29, 20211.15%2,516,045,350
Bank of America Corporation63,917,990Jun 29, 20211.14%2,503,028,488
Norges Bank Investment Management60,296,992Dec 30, 20201.08%2,219,532,275
Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation58,847,891Jun 29, 20211.05%2,304,483,411

Top Mutual Fund Holders

HolderSharesDate Reported% OutValue
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund156,687,039Mar 30, 20212.79%5,676,771,422
Vanguard 500 Index Fund116,255,579Jun 29, 20212.07%4,552,568,473
Vanguard Specialized-Health Care Fund74,535,759Apr 29, 20211.33%2,880,807,085
Washington Mutual Investors Fund63,020,361Jun 29, 20211.12%2,467,877,336
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust57,633,355Jun 29, 20211.03%2,256,922,181
Income Fund of America Inc56,670,900Jun 29, 20211.01%2,219,232,444
Fidelity 500 Index Fund52,775,120Jun 29, 20210.94%2,066,673,699
American Balanced Fund48,400,681Jun 29, 20210.86%1,895,370,667
Vanguard Institutional Index Fund-Institutional Index Fund44,244,926Jun 29, 20210.79%1,732,631,302
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF44,120,111Jun 29, 20210.79%1,727,743,546

Top investors of Pfizer stock – Who bought or sold Pfizer STOCK this quarter?

SOURCE

Fund or Company NameShares HeldValued AtChange in SharesAs Of
Royal Bank of Canada26M$997M-3%Jun 2021
Nuveen Asset Management25M$961M-1%Jun 2021
T. Rowe Price Associates24M$951M4%Jun 2021
Ubs Global Asset Management Americas23M$911M7%Jun 2021
Swiss National Bank23M$891M-1%Jun 2021
LSV Asset Management22M$855M-3%Jun 2021
UBS Group21M$838M-7%Jun 2021
Invesco21M$822M17%Jun 2021
Amundi20M$788M100%Jun 2021
CalPERS19M$737M-1%Jun 2021
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings18M$708M-6%Jun 2021
Goldman Sachs Group19M$700M14%Mar 2021
Ameriprise Financial18M$686M-2%Jun 2021
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board17M$672M25%Jun 2021
Citadel Advisors16M$625M-36%Jun 2021
Credit Suisse15M$577M-16%Jun 2021
Robeco Investment Management13M$524M0%Jun 2021
Pnc Financial Services13M$522M-3%Jun 2021
Pioneer Investment Management14M$509M41%Mar 2021
Federated Investors13M$498M7%Jun 2021
Bank Of Montreal12M$483M15%Jun 2021
New York State Common Retirement Fund12M$482M-1%Jun 2021
Alliancebernstein12M$480M2%Jun 2021
ClearBridge Advisors12M$474M-3%Jun 2021
Principal Financial Group12M$461M4%Jun 2021
Barclays12M$460M21%Jun 2021
Diamond Hill Capital Management12M$457M4%Jun 2021
Prudential Financial12M$450M3%Jun 2021
Jensen Investment Management11M$446M-1%Jun 2021
Nordea Investment Management Ab11M$445M-1%Jun 2021
Stifel Financial11M$442M4%Jun 2021
Two Sigma Advisers11M$422M1%Jun 2021
Robeco Institutional Asset Management B V10M$405M16%Jun 2021
Hsbc Holdings10M$399M-9%Jun 2021
California State Teachers Retirement System10M$398M-5%Jun 2021
Goodman & Company, Investment Counsel10M$394M0%Jun 2021
D. E. Shaw & Co9.9M$389M65%Jun 2021
Citigroup9.8M$354M-31%Mar 2021
Raymond James & Associates8.9M$347M7%Jun 2021
Neuberger Berman Group8.6M$334M63%Jun 2021
Rhumbline Advisers8.4M$328M-7%Jun 2021
Us Bancorp8.0M$313M0%Jun 2021
Manufacturers Life Insurance Company7.8M$307M42%Jun 2021
Millennium Management7.8M$307M684%Jun 2021
Schroder Investment Management Group9.2M$301M1%Jun 2021
London Company7.3M$284M1%Jun 2021
National Pension Service7.2M$281M2%Jun 2021
Florida State Board of Administration7.0M$272M-4%Jun 2021
Baird Financial6.9M$269M1%Jun 2021
New York State Teachers Retirement System6.9M$269M-5%Jun 2021
Jane Street6.5M$256M21%Jun 2021
Great-West Life Assurance Company6.5M$252M5%Jun 2021
Two Sigma Investments6.3M$247M-33%Jun 2021
DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale6.2M$241M-7%Jun 2021
Natixis5.8M$227M319%Jun 2021
Acadian Asset Management5.7M$223M107%Jun 2021
Russell Investments5.6M$219M-6%Jun 2021
Capstone Investment Advisors5.6M$219M26%Jun 2021
Bank of Nova Scotia5.6M$218M-29%Jun 2021
First Republic Investment Management5.5M$214M12%Jun 2021
Branch Banking & Trust Company5.4M$213M3%Jun 2021
B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. Holding5.7M$211M29%Mar 2021
AQR Capital Management5.4M$210M1%Jun 2021
Envestnet Asset Management5.3M$208M9%Jun 2021
Cullen Capital Management5.0M$194M8%Jun 2021
First Trust Advisors4.9M$191M-17%Jun 2021
Bnp Paribas Arbitrage, Snc4.8M$190M29%Jun 2021
Van Eck Associates Corp.4.8M$190M4%Jun 2021
Allianz Asset Management4.8M$188M6%Jun 2021
Macquarie Group4.8M$186M-3%Jun 2021
Twin Tree Management4.6M$179M2%Jun 2021
Toronto-Dominion Bank4.5M$177M-5%Jun 2021
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust & Banking Corp4.5M$176M-16%Jun 2021
Fil4.3M$170M-7%Jun 2021
LPL Financial4.3M$168M8%Jun 2021
Putnam Investments4.3M$168M-1%Jun 2021
Eaton Vance Management4.3M$168M0%Jun 2021
FMR4.3M$167M-40%Jun 2021
American Century Companies4.2M$166M-13%Jun 2021
Ensign Peak Advisors4.2M$163M-1%Jun 2021
Victory Capital Management4.2M$163M-7%Jun 2021
Commonwealth Equity Services4.1M$161M4%Jun 2021
Retirement Systems of Alabama3.9M$154M-1%Jun 2021
State of Wisconsin Investment Board3.8M$149M-19%Jun 2021
Epoch Investment Partners3.7M$146M-13%Jun 2021
Thornburg Investment Management3.7M$145M0%Jun 2021
Shapiro Capital Management3.7M$144M3%Jun 2021
TD Asset Management3.4M$144M6%Jun 2021
Chevy Chase Trust Holdings3.7M$143M-5%Jun 2021
Ohio Pers3.6M$141M0%Jun 2021
Cincinnati Insurance Company3.5M$136M0%Jun 2021
APG All Pensions Group NV4.0M$131M-4%Jun 2021
HighTower Advisors3.3M$131M6%Jun 2021
State of New Jersey Common Pension Fund D3.3M$129M0%Jun 2021
Assenagon Asset Management3.3M$129M100%Jun 2021
Pictet Asset Management3.2M$127M1%Jun 2021
Pzena Investment Management3.0M$118M4%Jun 2021
Korea Investment Corporation2.9M$114M-2%Jun 2021
Diam2.9M$114M0%Jun 2021
Standard Life Aberdeen2.9M$114M-7%Jun 2021
Keybank National Association2.9M$113M-3%Jun 2021
Raymond James Financial Services Advisors2.9M$112M0%Jun 2021
M^T Bank Corporation2.9M$112M-5%Jun 2021
Ing Investment Management2.8M$110M-1%Jun 2021
PanAgora Asset Management2.8M$109M334%Jun 2021
Fifth Third Bancorp2.7M$105M-1%Jun 2021
Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International2.6M$103M-4%Jun 2021
Sound Shore Management2.6M$102M19%Jun 2021
Scotia Capital2.5M$98M10%Jun 2021
Assetmark2.5M$98M1%Jun 2021
Fisher Investments2.4M$96M-2%Jun 2021
Man Group2.4M$96M123%Jun 2021
Treasurer of the State of North Carolina2.4M$95M0%Jun 2021
Glenmede Trust Company2.4M$95M-10%Jun 2021
Commerce Bank N A2.4M$94M-2%Jun 2021
Luther King Capital Management Corporation2.4M$94M-2%Jun 2021
Renaissance Technologies2.4M$93M100%Jun 2021
Janney Montgomery Scott2.4M$92M-3%Jun 2021
Brandes Investment Partners2.3M$92M26%Jun 2021
DnB NOR Asset Management AS2.3M$89M5%Jun 2021
Bnp Paribas Investment Partners2.3M$89M29%Jun 2021
Letko, Brosseau & Associates2.3M$89M54%Jun 2021
Teacher Retirement System Of Texas2.2M$87M35%Jun 2021
Confluence Investment Management2.2M$86M1%Jun 2021
Re Advisers2.2M$86M-1%Jun 2021
Wolverine Trading2.2M$84M48%Jun 2021
DZ BANK AG Deutsche Zentral Genossenschafts Bank, Frankfurt am Main2.2M$84M91%Jun 2021
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec1.8M$69M-30%Jun 2021
Lazard Asset Management1.5M$60M-47%Jun 2021
Henderson Group958k$38M-77%Jun 2021
Vanguard Group456M$18B1%Jun 2021
BlackRock407M$16B0%Jun 2021
State Street Corporation279M$11B1%Jun 2021
Schafer Cullen Capital Management265k$9.6M-92%Mar 2021
Wellington Management Company242M$9.5B-3%Jun 2021
Capital World Investors240M$9.4B4%Jun 2021
Geode Capital Management96M$3.8B2%Jun 2021
Bank of America Corporation66M$2.6B-6%Jun 2021
Northern Trust64M$2.5B-1%Jun 2021
Bank of New York Mellon59M$2.3B-5%Jun 2021
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company57M$2.2B0%Jun 2021
Charles Schwab Investment Management55M$2.1B8%Jun 2021
Morgan Stanley48M$1.9B100%Jun 2021
Dimensional Fund Advisors40M$1.6B0%Jun 2021
Susquehanna International40M$1.6B-12%Jun 2021
Legal & General Group37M$1.5B4%Jun 2021
Sanders Capital34M$1.5B4%Jun 2021
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft36M$1.4B9%Jun 2021
Franklin Resources36M$1.4B34%Jun 2021
Jpmorgan Chase & Co35M$1.3B1%Mar 2021
Massachusetts Financial Services34M$1.3B-3%Jun 2021
Wells Fargo & Company30M$1.2B2%Jun 2021
Parametric Portfolio Associates27M$1.1B2%Jun 2021
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB2.7M$0-1%Jun 2021

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It’s not a recession, it’s a “crack up boom”.

This is a video presentation. You should know to look for it on Odysee, Brighteon or Bitchute if YouTube takes it down. Links in the upper menu

There are several storylines that are likely to reach a peak or a turning point around December 2021:

  • The Covid narrative hardly holds. And by December the body count will be so high many vaccinated people will find it hard to ignore. When vaccine survivors realize what’s up, it’s going to be extremely hard to contain social unrest without mass violence.
  • The Petrodollar hardly holds. Especially after the Afghanistan crisis.
  • The US hardly holds. The situation is very similar to USSR’s after the Afghanistan pull out, having the same money, schemes and actors attacking US, just this time they are much more experienced, equipped and infiltrated in a more feeble enemy camp. It took Soros and the Funky Bunch about two more years after Afghanistan to see USSR off the maps, he might need only about three months now. The only plus on the US side is much more awareness and preparedness among the general population, and that needs to increase rapidly. The fall of USSR and the Berlin Wall caught people there very unaware, unprepared and psychologically vulnerable and that felt. I know because I was a teenager in communist Romania at the time.
  • Free Internet hardly holds. Klaus Schwab is desperate to take out the last bastions of free speech left on Internet before they take him out, and his Cyberpolygon threats disguised as warnings will materialize any soon in some digital false flag.
  • The supply chains hardly hold. The attack is from inside this time, but nutters don’t seem to understand people react much more violently when you threaten their food than when you attack their freedom. For obvious reasons. Or maybe they do get it and already have a defense in place, more likely. Either way, if they keep at it much longer, this will blow with a big Bang.
  • The Epstein story has very explosive potential too, and there are many more landmines waiting to blow up that I didn’t mention here.

This analyst guesting Stu Peters Show calls it a “rug pull’.


The psychos running the show are, of course, readying their own preparedness for this, what they do in Australia or Canada is just exercises for containing civil disobedience, health is a pathetic attempt at excusing that totalitarianism.
Of course there are much more variables and some of them have the power to turn things around to a certain degree, but the chances to avoid something really drastic this winter are nearing zero when they tell you about it since summer.

UPDATE September 3, 2021:

In the past three days I’ve hear of attacks on Covid establishments in Australia and Spain, very sketchy stuff like the reports of burning 5G towers that disappeared immediately, in sync, when the agenda shifted.

And then this:

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Did you even know that PCRs are used under the EUA too?
I called this a ‘PCRdemic’ in a meme last year and I’ve been proven right countless times.

A blast from a past pandemic

Let’s play dumb for a moment and pretend we believe SARS-COV-2 exists outside computers and human minds.

All Covid vaccine trials have shown is infinitesimally tiny decreases in symptoms for injected fools. To detect these tiny differences, they used the largely erroneous and unreliable non-tests known as PCR.
(They also ‘morphed’ some symptoms into adverse effects to get the needed numbers, but that’s another story).
If you can’t defend PCR tests, you can’t defend Covid injections.
And anyone with at least half a functional brain knows there’s nothing to defend, because there’s no such this as PCR Covid tests, there may be PCRs and SARS-COV-2 tests, as separate items only.
So these Covid injections trials and studies are worth precisely and exactly:
NOTHING.
They are as null as all Covid stats, the whole Covid sham and anything based on PCRs as a diagnose tool or as a quantitative detector.
All approvals based on these trials and studies are null.
Up until today, officials have maintained that PCRs are “the gold-standard of Covid testing”, so it’s not wrong to extrapolate their accuracy to the whole Covidiocracy.

“According to a Johns Hopkins study, this so-called gold standard RT-PCR test can have a false negative up to 20 to 66 percent of the time in even symptomatic patients depending upon the test’s timing. False negatives can be up to 100 percent on day one of exposure (asymptomatic) and down to 20 percent on day 8 of exposure (day 3 of symptoms) and then starts going up again. Statistics tell us that the false-negative rate goes up even higher as the prevalence of disease goes up, as is the case with COVID right now. A meta-analysis from Europe actually found an average false negative of 54 percent. These numbers are actually from monitored and regulated studies where things are done more meticulously than real-world scenarios. Performing many of these tests quickly in the clinical setting because of soaring demand, with each test resulting in sampling error, pressure on labs to provide quick turnaround, and rationing of scarce reagents in labs increase this percentage even higher. Some mutations could be potentially affecting the accuracy as well.” – KevinMD
Founded in 2004 by Kevin Pho, MDKevinMD.com is the web’s leading platform where physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, medical students, and patients share their insight and tell their stories.

I say flipping the coin would achieve similar results as PCRs, I dare everyone to test this.
But even if its error margin was only about 8%, as Mayo Clinic claims, that’s still eight times bigger than the variations detected in Pfizer’s or Moderna’s lab humans.
Fact-check this! Plenty more resources on this very website and its extensions.
If self-evidence and logic are not your thing, I have two guys here who seem to agree, they’re kinda advised in this field:

Now, just to flex a bit, allow me to fact-check the fact-checker that made even NYT to retract one of their best and most honest articles since Covid, claiming as much as 90% of PCR positives may be false.


Healthfeedback.org claims ultrasensitivity in tests doesn’t matter because PCRs are not used quantitatively, just to detect presence, as they should. They admit that people who are not sick or not even infectious, people who were sick in the past (but not anymore) and people who might be sick in the future (but not yet), are considered cases, just because the tiniest viral load is detected:

Some outlets have even called these high Ct positive results “false positives”, which is inaccurate. The term “false positive” indicates that a person tested positive but does not have the disease[1]. However, the New York Times report makes it clear that a person is or has been infected if they test positive, regardless of whether the test had a high or low Ct value. This also means that it is appropriate to consider a person with a positive result and high Ct value as a COVID-19 case.
Therefore, the sensitivity of the PCR test is not responsible for the high number of cases in the U.S. Simply put, case numbers are high because there are many infected people. This indicates a high level of virus transmission in the community and public health measures, such as physical distancing and lockdowns, are effective and important for reducing the number of infections and protecting the community[2,3].
Apoorva Mandavilli, the journalist who wrote the New York Times article, also stressed this point in a Twitter thread, clarifying that “people who test positive but with high CTs *were* contagious, just at an earlier time point. They are not contagious *anymore*. Doesn’t mean they were never infected, so doesn’t affect the case count.”

As they accuse NYT of using straw man arguments, fact-checkers do precisely that, as per usual. We, the independent scholars and media, were the first to cry out PCRs are not a quantitative tool, the establishment never bothered to educate, we dug out PCR inventor Kari Mullis’ teachings, as early as last summer. So we are more aware even than NYT presstitutes, vocational press-release copy-pasters, and when we accuse hypersensitivity in tests, it’s mainly about QUALITATIVE sensitivity. What happens if a tiny viral fragment detected is MISIDENTIFIED, not just misquantized, because hypersensitivity or overcycling?

WHO already admitted it, the numbers of amplification cycles influence the qualitative sensitivity, that’s why they lowered the threshold on Biden’s inauguration day: this trash was detecting anything and everything the way it was used.

What happens if the test reacts to something we all normally live with, since our virome is comprised of countless millions of varieties and we’re also full of viral debris? Don’t you get the perfect pandemic? Besides toasting bread and burping, is there anything simpler to achieve?
How else would you get dozens of labs sending 100% positives like they did last year?!
IMPOSSIBLE, YET OFFICIAL: 100% POSITIVE CORONAVIRUS TESTS RESULTS FROM OVER 30 LABS IN FLORIDA, ON JULY 11TH 2020

Prof. David Rasnick PhD is a reputed researcher, a friend of Kari Mullis’ and one of the first to whistleblow on the AIDS hoax. A bit of a hero to me

Now back to vaccine trials:
They can’t afford lumping together past, present and potential future sick people, as PCRs do, the trials are supposed to measure present symptoms in currently ill people, past and future are beyond the scope.
To these trials, the quantitative aspect is crucially relevant, because it’s different in each category.
I hope it goes without saying that the correct identification of the virus is paramount, and, as the PCR inventor put it: “These things can find anything if you keep cycling”.
So, top authoritative sources, logic and life experience confirm:

PCRs need to be backed by proper lab analysis, they mean nothing by themselves.

Why do you think they burn bodies without autopsy? At the coroner is where the real testing happens, so they illegally destroy murder evidence.

LATER UPDATE: TOP SHELF AUTHORITATIVE SOURCE ENDS THE DEBATE

I know, we need to enlarge our horizons, and by a lot, just to encompass how big the scam is… almost as large as the mass-mental-retardation pandemic sweeping the species with infinitely more casualties than any natural virus.
I know, it may be hard to flex that much, makes anyone dizzy, but if we’re not capable of doing it quickly and at mass-level, we are going to have a mass-level extinction instead.
But I also know I’d rather live to see a crowd-sourced investigation into Kari Mullis’ suspicious death just months ahead of the pandemic. It’s doable if we flex our horizon and brain more and more often.

It’s gonna be a Very Dark Winter and we need ‘flexi-brains’ to come out of it, among other skills.

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Right off the bat:

SOURCE: FDA
  1. You can’t have a single product with two commercial names in the same place, at the same time. BionTech hasn’t been erased. So there are two Pfizer products: Comirnaty and Pfizer-BionTech.
  2. Until the vial content is independently audited, we can’t know the difference between the two, because this info has been redacted from the publicly available letters.
    But we know for sure there is one and it’s significant enough to earn a new commercial name.
  3. (After four updates that I had to erase to clarify and make this more readable)

    “BioNTech said it was developing four vaccine candidates under a programme named BNT162 with its partner, pharma giant Pfizer… BioNTech, which awarded the rights in China to BNT162 to Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical under a March collaboration deal…” – Reuters

    In its press release, Pfizer maintains:
    “The FDA-approved COMIRNATY® (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) and the EUA-authorized Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine have the same formulation and can be used interchangeably to provide the COVID-19 vaccination series. An individual may be offered either COMIRNATY® (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) or the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by SARS-CoV-2.”

    In the same press release, we find out the Comirnaty concoct is scientifically identified as BNT162b2. Like the afore-mentioned program BNT162, version ‘b2’.
    It’s the same one as in the US EUA, so, officially, the EUA and the full approval (BLA) are awarded to the same formulation indeed, we can get that out of the way.

    However, the European EUA doesn’t mention any of the formulation, so we cannot know what they used there. A German government website does mention b2, EMA (the European FDA) doesn’t anywhere, or I haven’t found it yet.

    Let’s have a look at ‘b1’:
    COVID-19 vaccine BNT162b1 elicits human antibody and T H 1 T cell responses
    And here we find out that serial number corresponds to the lipid naono-particles formulations. So e found at least two different formulations:
    Phase I/II study of COVID-19 RNA vaccine BNT162b1 in adults
    The full approval is for BNT162b2.
    Well, CDC is the one to bring clarity this time:
    https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/meetings/downloads/slides-2020-08/Pfizer-COVID-19-vaccine-ACIP-presentation-508.pdf
    Confirmed: they had four formulations, they picked b2 version but they interchanged and cherry-picked the trial data as needed: they licensed b2 in US based on German trials made with b1 and so forth.

    And when you think “this is it”, it’s never it:
    Looks like FDA itself picked b2 and knew the trial data is mixed up between formulations, had no problem with it, more so, I discovered there were even more versions used in trials, such as b3c and so forth. Don’t believe me, check page 15 in this FDA document (PDF), as pictured at the top of the article!

    One question remains: Comirnaty as commercial name has long been used in EU, maybe not much in ads or mainstream media for decerebrated plebs, but in anything more technical than that. Why not in US, if they used the same formulation?
    Symmetrically, EU used the name, but no so sure about the b2 formulation.

    And after all this, no one can be certain what formulation they actually put in the vials.
  4. Cominarty has been approved based on only two trial studies that end 2023. It has about a dozen more to complete, as stated in the letter. I don’t see how that can be legal, but if it is, the data can change by the end of the studies, at least theoretically, which means the legal basis for the approval may very well evaporate.

    In a sane world, the Pfizer approval blunder would be the medical equivalent of the Afghanistan ‘blunder’.
    Forget about informed consent, safety, data… all they have is more guns. Which brings me to…
  5. The US Government, like most others, has left legality in March 2020 and not governing. There are dozens of known old meds that can treat these respiratory problems labeled as Covid, more are screened and discovered, there was no evidence of a new virus, at least at the time when they introduced the Emergency state. So the Emergency, the government instating it and everything that started with it is illegal and an act of terrorism. So US doesn’t have a government, but a terrorist organization holding it hostage. Nothing they did after March 2020 is remotely legal, both Trump and Biden should stand in the accused box at Nuremberg 2 now. But sleepy ghosts are changing bed sides dreaming they wake up as people who still hold a little control over their lives.
    In fact, all this is held together solely by the gun, military superiority, and psychological abuse, legal talk is 200% off and it’s just deepening the mass-hypnosis.
    There is no law but the gun, if the government didn’t have a laser point on each forehead, it wouldn’t even exist at this point.
    It’s bare war.
    If you’re not ready to internalize reality, you are not ready to change it.
  6. What the cover pic says. Then check this out!
SOURCE
SOURCE

Marion. F. Gruber, PhD
Director, Office of Vaccines Research & Review
FDA/CBER
10903 New Hampshire Ave, Building 71, Rm. 3230
Silver Spring, Maryland 20993, USA
Tel: + 1 301 796 1856
e-mail: marion.gruber@fda.hhs.gov

SOURCE

UPDATE SEPT 2, 2021:

THE FDA GRUBER RESIGNS LEAVING THE PFIZER GRUBER ORPHANED
I BET MY ASS SHE’S AVOIDING RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WAY SHE HAS OVERSEEN THE PFIZER APPROVALS

CHD reports:

<<Two of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) top vaccine regulators will leave the agency this fall, raising questions about the Biden administration and the way it sidelined the agency.

According to an email sent by Dr. Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER), to staff members Tuesday, Dr. Marion Gruber, director of the FDA’s vaccines office, will quit at the end of October, and her deputy, Dr. Philip Krause, will leave in November.

Gruber and Krause were upset about the Biden administration’s recent announcement that adults should get a COVID booster eight months after they received a second shot, people familiar with the decision told The New York Times.

Neither believed there was enough data to justify offering booster shots yet, the sources said, and both viewed the announcement, amplified by President Biden, as pressure on the FDA to quickly authorize them.

Officials within the FDA were stunned by the news, CNN reported. One source described it as a “big loss” for the FDA and noted it caught leadership off guard.ORDER TODAY: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s New Book — ‘The Real Anthony Fauci’

Marks said he would serve as the acting director of the vaccines office while the agency searched for its next leader.

FDA Spokeswoman Stephanie Caccomo said the agency was “confident in the expertise and ability of our staff to continue our critical public health work.”

However, a former senior FDA leader told Endpoints News, Gruber and Krause are departing because they’re frustrated the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and its advisory panel — the Advisory Committee on Immunizations and Practices (ACIP) — are involved in decisions they think should be up to the FDA.

The source said he heard Gruber and Krause were upset with Marks for not insisting those decisions be kept inside the FDA, and with the White House for getting ahead of FDA on booster shots.

“These two are the leaders for biologic [vaccine] review in the U.S.,” wrote Rick Bright, former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, weighing in on the news. “They have a great team, but these two are the true leaders of CBER. A huge global loss if they both leave,” Bright said.

“Dr. Gruber is much more than the director,” Bright added. “She is a global leader. Visionary mastermind behind global clinical regulatory science for flu, Ebola, Mers, Zika, Sars-CoV-2, many others.”>>

Anyone who thinks she sweated harder than Trump for Pfizer’s approval, but all of a sudden had a change of mind and decided to sabotage the boosters is a baby. She’s hiding from justice.

I made this in June 2020. The Grubers are many.

I hope this helped, if anything, I’ll add it here.

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