30 facts you NEED to know: Your Covid Cribsheet by Kit Knightly
The “gold standard” PCR tests for Covid are known to produce a lot of false-positive results, by reacting to DNA material that is not specific to Sars-Cov-2.
A Chinese study found the same patient could get two different results from the same test on the same day. In Germany, tests are known to have reacted to common cold viruses. A 2006 study found PCR tests for one virus responded to other viruses too. In 2007, a reliance on PCR tests resulted in an “outbreak” of Whooping Cough that never actually existed. Some tests in the US even reacted to the negative control sample.
As early as February of 2020 experts were admitting the test was unreliable. Dr Wang Cheng, president of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences told Chinese state television “The accuracy of the tests is only 30-50%”. The Australian government’s own website claimed “There is limited evidence available to assess the accuracy and clinical utility of available COVID-19 tests.” And a Portuguese court ruled that PCR tests were “unreliable” and should not be used for diagnosis.You can read detailed breakdowns of the failings of PCR tests here, here and here.
Source: No Jab For Me by Paul Adams
Even Fauci admits PCR tests don’t work. The WHO backs him up. In this CDC document, testing guidelines state that false negatives and positives are possible – page 39. The PCR test cannot rule out diseases caused by other bacterial or viral pathogens – page 40.
Sweden Stops using PCR Tests – RNA from Viruses can be Detected for Months After Infection.
Furthermore, the RT-PCR Test for some people across the world has shown positive at one time and negative after a few hours and that is simply impossible! So this RT-PCR test proves time and again that it is a completely false testing system and should be banned from use.
This is precisely the reason why many people have found that their samples have tested positive in one lab & negative in another. For example, the Honorable Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court, Indrajeet Mahanty, tested positive on Aug 15, 2020 & then tested negative twice later on Aug 16, 2020.
This has been the experience of thousands of people all across our country. The above has been seen in the scientific literature as well. A paper from China by Li Y et al. Titled “Stability issues of RT-PCR testing of SARS-CoV-2 for hospitalized patients clinically diagnosed with COVID-19” published in the Journal of Medical Virology on Mar 26 2020, reported on consecutive testing results, defined as either Negative (N), Positive (P) or Dubious (D, presumably intermediate).
Results for 29 people, out of about 600 patients, had contradictory results when tested multiple times in short period:
1 DDPDD 2 NNPN 3 NNNPN 4 DNPN 5 NNDP 6 NDP 7 DNP 8 NDDPN 9 NNNDPN 10 NNPD 11 DNP 12 NNNP 13 PPNDPN 14 PNPPP 15 DPNPNN 16 PNNP 17 NPNPN 18 PNP 19 NPNP 20 PNPN 21 PNP 22 PNP 23 PNP 24 PNDDP 25 PNPNN 26 PNPP 27 PNP 28 PNPN 29 PNP.
The RT-PCR is so sensitive that it can pick up non-infectious viral fragments in those who have already dealt with the virus and are not contagious anymore. We have seen the same phenomena in the past, where the measles virus cannot be grown in cell culture but is detected as “RT-PCR positive”, 3 months after infection. The same thing is taking place with Sars-Cov-2 as well, where people are testing positive weeks & months after the infection. But instead of questioning the validity & interpretation of the test, most people think that they have a re-infection.
The Tanzanian President questioned the validity of the RT-PCR test after a goat & papaya tested positive!
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