Missing and Unproven Viruses: This Is Nothing New
As I keep making the case that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has not been proven to exist, I’m also making this point:
There is no honest and prolonged mainstream debate on this issue, and there has to be. Reputable journals should be opening up their pages to such a debate from all comers, and they aren’t. They’re ignoring, side-stepping, and suppressing a debate. This is not science. It’s not even a shadow of science.
And the COVID virus is not the first time the issue of existence has arisen. If more people understood that, they wouldn’t be so shocked.
Here are several cases from recent history:
In the early part of the 20th century, a very nasty skin disease called pellagra took hold in the American South, affecting several million people.
The elite medical view, of course: a germ was the cause. But no one could find it in the ensuing decades. Finally, a small group of independent researchers, relentlessly pursuing a different course, convinced the establishment that the true cause was a niacin deficiency.
In the 1960s and 70s, Japan experienced a strange nervous-system affliction labeled SMON. Again the clarion call was: find the virus, it must be a virus. But no, in a landmark court case, the cause was shown to be a gastrointestinal drug, clioquinol, manufactured by Ciba-Geigy. The company apologized and paid out damages. Since then, some research has suggested that clioquinol fails to explain all the SMON cases.
SARS, 2003. During the height of hysteria in Canada about this flu-like illness, famous WHO researcher, Frank Plummer, wandered off the reservation and told the press that fewer and fewer SARS patients showed any sign of having the virus—in fact, the percentage was shrinking to zero. Therefore: what virus?
Swine Flu, 2009. As I detailed in a recent article, CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson uncovered the fact that the CDC had secretly stopped counting cases, because the overwhelming percentage of patients’ samples coming back from testing labs showed no sign of the Swine Flu virus or any other flu virus.
HIV, first announced as the cause of AIDS in 1984, has been challenged by a number of independent researchers. I have published Christine Johnson’s explosive and detailed interview with Eleni Papadopulos, “a biophysicist and leader of a group of HIV/AIDS scientists from Perth in Western Australia.” The subject? Does HIV exist? I’m reprinting my article and the Papadopulos interview below.
There are other illnesses in which the existence of the virus has been challenged: for example, polio and the Swine Flu of the 1970s.
Mainstream and independent investigators should also be aware there are analogous “missing causes” within the medical framework. The most egregious example is certainly psychiatry.
Following the breakthrough work of psychiatrist Peter Breggin, I’ve written extensively on this subject. In a nutshell, there are NO defining lab tests for ANY of the 300 so-called mental disorders. Every one of these disorders is arbitrarily assembled by committees of psychiatrists, from menus of behaviors. This is about as far from science as you can get.
Is there an open and honest prolonged debate about this stunning situation in the psychiatric literature? Absolutely not.
Here is my article, Does HIV Exist? Buckle up:
Before we get to Christine Johnson’s interview, a bit of background.
My first book, AIDS INC., was published in 1988. The research I engaged in then formed a foundation for my recent work in exposing the vast fraud called COVID-19.
In 1987-88, my main question eventually became: does HIV cause AIDS? For months, I had blithely assumed th
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