Chemistry COVID pandemic Science vaccines

The Deception of Virology & Vaccines – Why Coronavirus Is Not Contagious

by Jeff G.

This post intends to go to the heart of virology and vaccination itself, and what vaccination is propped up by—the entirety of virology and vaccine science is predicated on one thing—that viruses are infectious agents that cause disease. Without this theory, vaccines would not be ‘effective’ or ‘work’ in the minds of the people. Without the virus theory, vaccines would crumble like a house of cards. I will show the pseudoscience behind the theories that prop up virology, and the vast problems with it.

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Firstly, viruses are not living organisms or living microbes. They do not have a respiratory system, nor do they have a nucleus or digestive system. Viruses are not alive and viruses are not contagious. The fear behind Coronavirus, for instance, is wholly unwarranted. Forget everything you think you know about viruses and bacteria. You have been lied to.

Chemistry COVID pandemic Science vaccines

Understanding the Terrain Theory of Disease

by Matthew  March 30, 2020 

The following is an extract from my book ‘Free Range Humans‘. I have made this extract public because it is so relevant to everything regarding the current coronavirus mania.

Big Pharma and Western medicine

Estimated to be worth over a trillion dollars, Big Pharma, which is a name for the giant corporate multinational pharmaceutical industry, has infiltrated and corrupted western medicine. It has converted what we call medicine into a practice of poisoning with pharmaceutical drugs, and it has converted what we call doctors into glorified pharmaceutical drug pushers. The influence of Big Pharma is why, for example, medical degrees focus very little on preventive medicine—as this would limit the need for pharmaceutical drugs—and have been found in the past to only provide no more the 19.6 hours of nutritional training within their entire medical degree. Big Pharma has achieved this corruption by using its immense wealth and power to influence everything from government medical policies and laws to the way universities and colleges train their doctors to the way doctors treat patients. It also spends up to $30 billion dollars on public marketing alone per year, promoting its products to potential consumers.