False positives, real fear? False statistics, real measures? Result = Panicdemic?


“It is easier to fool people than it is to convince them that they have been fooled” Mark Twain

In the British Medical Journal (BMJ) we can read this important article, in their own words, on the “falsification of the PCR test, which has been the main driver of government policy measures since the beginning of this health emergency. The falsification of the test, starting with a protocol originally designed in Germany and then exported to everyone is considered by the investigation as a criminal case that has resulted in damage to people and companies around the world. “

As we know, the PCR is a diagnostic instrument for the Coronavirus, which gives many false positives, which can give a false number of infected, and if they are also “terrified”, we can already have a good picture of social stress and development of all kinds symptoms.
In addition to the obligation of doctors to declare as a cause of death the Coronavirus patients who were already dying from another cause but when entering a hospital they were infected and died, which gives rise to a false statistic or at least not accurate. We can already imagine that if these patients who were dying from another cause have a false positive PCR, the statistics or number of deaths from Coronavirus will undoubtedly increase.

Then, we have a Panicdemia.

You can read the article and watch the video on this issue in the links below.

The two UK scientists Dr. Mike Yeadon (a former CSO at Pfizer company) and Dr. Clare Craig (an NHS pathologist) gave their evidence concerning the UK’s Testing programme to the Corona Committee. 

Here is the link to the article in English:

“Covid-19: politicization, “corruption” and suppression of science”

Video: Livestream Sitzung 27 – Ein Rundumschlag. 13 November 2020. OVALmedia in English. Questions and evidence are in English. (At start it is in German, but after in English):

Click here to see the video

Website of the video in German:

Click here to watch it

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