Summary by JW Williams
We published a video last month featuring Dr. Andrew Kaufman who explained that no one has isolated the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and authorities have never proven that it exists. It could be anything, including a variant of the common flu. He said that none of the virus experiments can be reproduced, so the unidentified specimens simply are labeled as variants and mutations of Covid. Sequencing of the virus genome is merely a guess created by computer models. We also published a number of articles explaining that PCR tests are flawed and should not be used for diagnosis.
A recent report by the UK governmental agency Public Health England (PHE) said there were 71,311 cases of COVID-19 with the theoretical Delta variant in people under 50 years old, and 52,846 of those were unvaccinated. In the age group of people 50 and over, there were 9,571theoretical Delta variant cases, with only 10% of those occurring in unvaccinated individuals. We repeat: the theoretical Delta variant has not been proven to exist. Nevertheless, these numbers show there is a high percentage of people who have been vaccinated, especially over 50, who tested positive for the theoretical variant. There is no reliable evidence that the variant, whatever it may be, is any more of a threat to life than the common flu.
Of the 117 alleged Delta-variant COVID deaths to have occurred since February 1st, 44 were unvaccinated (37%), while 69 (59%) received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines. The data has highlighted the possibility that these deaths were caused by vaccines and are being covered up by attributing them to COVID-19.
Recently, The Wall Street Journal reported that about half of adults infected in an outbreak of the theoretical Delta variant in Israel were fully vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, prompting the government there to reimpose an indoor mask requirement and other measures.
The World Health Organization is urging people, even those who have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccines, to wear masks, essentially admitting that the vaccines do not protect people from transmitting COVID-19 – which has never been proven to exist. Obviously, there is something very fishy with the entire pandemic scenario.