THE SCAMDEMIC: COVID 19 – SARS COV2 THE VIRUS THAT NEVER EXISTED
Dr. Poornima Wagh, with doctorates in virology and immunology, and a 20-year career as a laboratory researcher and scientist, describes how her lab tried to properly isolate Sars-Cov-2 but wasn’t able to.
In the interview, she describes the methods used by virologists and their futile efforts to isolate viruses using scientific methods.
The whole experiment was repeated several times…
“…They found the same things we did. They didn’t find SARS Cov 2, they didn’t find the genome, they didn’t find anything. Nothing was found.
We called Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, to show him the findings. He said ‘I don’t care what you find, just call it SARS-Cov-2’
We asked the CDC to send us a sample of the isolated virus. They said they didn’t have them, stopped responding to our calls, but then the FBI raided our lab…”
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We have now determined that there is no virus. It is important to understand where the name Virus originates.
The term virus is an example. It derives from the Latin word virus meaning toxin or poison. It was in 1892, almost 128 years ago, when the biologist, Dimitri Ivanokvski in St. Petersburg, Russia, demonstrated that infectious extracts of tobacco plants with tobacco mosaic disease remained infectious following filtration, suggesting that tobacco mosaic disease might be caused by a toxin produced by bacteria. Six years later, in 1898, the Dutch scientist, Martinus Beijerinck, reported similar experiments with bacteria-free filtered extracts and introduced the term virus for the filterable and submicroscopic sized causative agent of the tobacco mosaic disease . Although he described this agent as a contagium vivum fluidum, his term was based on the hypothesis by Ivanovski that this agent was not a microorganism itself, but a toxin. The Greek term for virus, ios, derives from the ancient Greek verb iimi, meaning ‘to move, to cause movement, to put something into something else, to throw the arrow, the poison, the toxin’. Although the choice of this term was based on the poison’s translation into ancient Greek, some of the actions of this ancient Greek verb describe, in a unique manner, some of the characteristics of viruses. In the Greek term Iology, ios has been connected with logos, coming from the Greek verb lego, meaning ‘to talk about’. Both terms, Virology and Iology, describe the study of viruses.
During my search, found some more information, and you will soon find out about it. Here we go …
The letter ‘V’ didn’t exist until the 17th century
The alphabet originated around the 7th century CE to write Old English from Latin script. Since then, letters have been added or removed to give the current letters.
In 1898, the Dutch scientist, Martinus Beijerinck, reported similar experiments with bacteria-free filtered extracts and introduced the term Virus
Link : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7668151/#b5-etm-0-0-09430
Now just connect the dots.