No, it isn't a psyop!
It seems that the virus/no virus debate has been re-ignited recently. Or I should say rather, that the flames have been fanned to an even higher level of heat, largely due to posts by Chris Sky, the latest person to insist that the ‘no virus’ position is a ‘psyop’!
This is a ridiculous claim, which is putting it mildly, but it seems that many people nevertheless consider it to be valid. It therefore needs to be addressed - yet again.
The fundamental point for everyone to acknowledge is that the burden of proof lies with those who propose a theory, not with those who point out that the proposed theory lacks proof.
As Dr Tom Cowan has said in his recent article, Unlocking the power of wonder
"We do not have to understand what is true to know something isn't true.”
We know, or at least many of us know, that there is no evidence, and there never has been any, to support the idea that the particles referred to as ‘viruses’ cause disease. The ‘germ theory’, which in truth should be referred to as the ‘germ hypothesis’, was never based on experiments that conform to the Scientific Method.
I explain this, and more, in my recent presentation for the Crazz Files podcast that Adam has kindly produced as a video that is available to watch on Bitchute from the link below.
In this podcast episode, I cite a number of sections from chapters 2 and 3 of What Really Makes You Ill and particularly the sections that cover the history of the ‘germ theory’ and that of vaccinations. I also refer to some of the eminent physicians and scientists who were critical of these ideas at the time and came to the conclusion from their own research that these theories were unproven!
For those people who say that this was a long time ago and no longer relevant to the 21st century, I would refer to the fact that the theories these people are criticising are still held by the medical establishment to be valid. They are the very theories on which most of ‘modern medicine’ is based, so it is entirely valid to cite 19th and early 20th century critics of 19th century theories!
The reason this debate is important and cannot be allowed to be dismissed as a ‘psyop’, is because it is the basis for most of the tyranny that we currently face! If people do not recognise that the ‘germ theory’ is an unproven idea, they will not be able to resist any new stories about so-called ‘deadly infectious diseases’!
Problems can only be solved by understanding and addressing their root causes.
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