COVID 19 still isn’t adding up
Last Update: May 20, 2020 at 10:51 am
Source: News for the Soul Radio
Date: May 20, 2020
COVID 19 still isn’t adding up
by Dr Holly
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Wednesdays at NOON PST / 3PM EST – The Whole Health Initiative with Dr Holly – An NFTS Global Luminary broadcasting from Canada since March 2014 – Dr Holly is a Doctor of Natural Medicine, a scientist, a professional speaker, an author of Cancer: Why what you don’t know about your treatment could harm you and 12 other books and a practitioner. As a Doctor of Natural Medicine with 7 degrees & 3 designations in a wide range of healing modalities and 20 years experience, she can assist you in identifying and understanding your path to health. She can identify your underlying life themes, coping mechanisms, value systems and defense mechanisms to understanding the physiology and biochemistry and energy patterns of your body. She has a mobile health clinic that comes to your door and can assess 1000s of variables in front of you AND create a protocol unique to you. In addition, she provides consultation for physicians and clients around the world.
COVID 19 still isn’t adding up
So, let’s look some of the issues still surrounding covid 19
Coronavirus is an RNA virus consisting of positive-sense single-stranded RNA of approximately 27–32 kb. Coronavirus belong to the family Coronaviridae, which comprises of alpha, beta, delta, and gamma coronaviruses [1,2]. As the name indicates, the spherical external spike protein displays a characteristic crown shape when observed under an electron microscope [3,4]. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7045880/
- What is important here, is that the genetic code is made of RNA NOT DNA!!!
The testing, PCR aka polymerase chain reaction, is used to test covid. But…PCR testing only works on DNA not RNA. So they use RT-PCR (RT stands for reverse transcription) which recognizes the enzymes use to convert RNA to DNA. Then the process requires chemical building blocks of DNA that are added and joined together to make a copy of the viral DNA – copied, synthesized, then heated, cooled – very complicated process .
Apart from the reliability and validity aspects of this process, comes the issue – this was acclaimed to have been identified on March 12, 2020. What about all the diagnoses that were made prior to this date? https://discoverysedge.mayo.edu/2020/03/27/the-science-behind-the-test-for-the-covid-19-virus/
- Second issue revolves around identifying the genome of the covid 19.
According to CTVnews.ca
“Rob Kozak, a clinical microbiologist at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto who helped isolate the SARS-CoV-2 virus in March, said it’s important to remember that people really only became aware of the virus five months ago.”
A team of researchers from Sunnybrook, McMaster University and the University of Toronto has isolated severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the agent responsible for the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19.
Yet we also have…
On Friday, Paul Hodgson, associate director of business development at the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization-International Vaccine Centre in Saskatoon, confirmed to The Globe and Mail that the joint federal-provincial facility had quietly reached the same milestone a few weeks earlier and is now using its version of the virus for a vaccine development effort. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-two-canadian-teams-of-scientists-isolate-coronavirus-to-speed-research/
But then we have that the Canadian identification of the viral genome is different from the American one?
However, the Toronto and Saskatoon isolates are from different patients and so may vary in ways that will be important for scientists looking to detect or target the virus.
They are also different from a version of the virus isolated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and documented in a paper posted online last week. That version is intended to be the reference strain for scientists working in the United States.
But previously we have identification from Korea
Identification of Coronavirus Isolated from a Patient in Korea with COVID-19 Conclusion
SARS-CoV-2 was isolated from putative patients with unexplained pneumonia and intermittent coughing and fever. The isolated virus was named BetaCoV/Korea/KCDC03/2020.
This was published Feb 2020 in Osong Public Health Research : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7045880/
But on Feb 29 2020, CIDRAP (Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy) the following was reported:
The results of the study are the first to show COVID-19 could be transmitted via respiratory, fecal-oral, or body fluid routes, the authors say. They also warn that a patient with negative oral swabs after several days of illness may still be capable of transmitting the virus. https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/02/studies-show-covid-19-virus-likely-has-multiple-infection-routes
And let’s not forget that we also have from Nepal (published in American Society for Microbiology) an article which claimed genome identification and was received Feb 19, 2020:
Complete Genome Sequence of a 2019 Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Strain Isolated in Nepal
A complete genome sequence was obtained for a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) strain isolated from an oropharyngeal swab specimen of a Nepalese patient with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), who had returned to Nepal after traveling to Wuhan, China. https://mra.asm.org/content/9/11/e00169-20
Or how about how on Jan 22, the patient was placed on a ventilator after his conditioned worsened. Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) detected SARS-CoV-2 RNA in four feces specimens collected from Jan 27 to Feb 7. Antigens to the virus were also found on gastrointestinal surface cells collected from a biopsy sample. The patient died on Feb 20. https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/05/scientists-isolate-live-covid-19-virus-feces-detect-rna-surfaces
So my question is:
How come we have a variety of groups claiming to be the first to identify the genome of the virus at different times AND there are different genome patterns? Could it be that like any flu season, there are a variety of pathogens, bacterial and viral, that go around?
So lets do some further research.
According to the Lancet, published Feb 22, 2020:
An interesting component is that we are regularly told, as with any other flu season, that the most at risk are those who are seniors and have other pre-existing issues, ie., cardiovascular, respiratory and diabetes. But this study adds another important variable.
An article published on Mar 26 2020 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7117596/ – in Immunotherapy – says the most vulnerable are those with cancer, especially if they had recently undergone chemotherapy – well that makes sense. We keep saying, you need to strengthen your immune system. The interesting component here, is that those who have had chemo are even more at risk. Why? Chemo destroys your immune system – which you need to fight cancer…hmmmm.
- Another issue that is scary is the article
Some hospitals have reported unusually high death rates for coronavirus patients on ventilators, and some doctors worry that the machines could be harming certain patients.
Generally speaking, 40% to 50% of patients with severe respiratory distress die while on ventilators, experts say. But 80% or more of coronavirus patients placed on the machines in New York City have died, state and city officials say.
One U.K. report put the figure at 66%. A very small study in Wuhan, the Chinese city where the disease first emerged, said 86% died.
Okay – now this provokes an analogy with Cancer – where the common saying is “you don’t die from cancer, you die from chemotherapy”.
Here the saying might be “you don’t die from Covid 19 – you die because of the ventilator”
Hmmm. Just a thought.
So, let’s go back to our number game
- Normally 1 billion get diagnosed with cancer a year – we have just reached 4 million – not billion, million
- Remember these are the people that actually go to the physician and get tested – it doesn’t include the 20-40% who don’t have symptoms; it doesn’t include those who feel a little off but don’t do anything; or those who might actually stay home or those who need a physician but can’t afford one – so even the number 1 billion is considered to be really low
- ANOTHER BIG BUT – normally we don’t have a worldwide push on diagnosing everybody
- Normally, there are between 290,000 – 650, 000 who die from the flu each year – we have reached 326,000 – so with no extra information this might seem like a high ratio of death unless we start looking at other variables….
- BUT – and this is a BIG BUT – physicians are telling us in the US, that they are being pushed to diagnose with covid – because the hospital gets $13,000 and if they use a ventilator, $39,000 AND identify death as covid – as the one physician said – they come in because they were hit by a bus, but the chart says they died from covid???
- ANOTHER BIG BUT – anywhere between 40-80% – depending on the country and how they report – who were put on the ventilators – died. Not from covid but from the treatment
- AND ANOTER BIG BUT – people who are already on pharmaceutical treatment, like chemotherapy, have a higher risk of dying; never mind those who are taking meds for cardiovascular disease, diabetes or other respiratory issues
- We also have seen reported that many of the agents sent out for the PCR testing was wrong!
- We also have seen reported that many places, like Italy (versus Germany), people who came in with any kind of flu symptom were automatically diagnosed with covid 19, without the RT-PCR testing
So all in all, the numbers reported are incredibly misleading and tell a very convoluted story about what is really going on. AND is there one virus or are there several, like any flu season?
It also does not address the other kind of conflicting messages. Wear a face mask. Don’t wear a face mask – they are ineffective. Wear face masks outside. This reflects the fact that they still don’t know how the virus or viruses are transmitted.
I like the work of Dr Judy Miovits, PhD, cellular and molecular biologist – who research showed that
…whose research showed that many vaccines are contaminated with gammaretroviruses, thanks to the fact that they use viruses grown in contaminated animal cell lines…. gammaretroviruses that in turn can trigger diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome,4 certain kinds of autism, cancers, leukemias and lymphomas.
The rise of public awareness is also evidenced by the fact that Mikovits’ latest book, “Plague of Corruption,”3 released April 14, 2020, rose to become a No. 1 best-seller within the first week. In it, she names, and one of them is Dr. Anthony Fauci, the much-beloved leader of the White House’s pandemic response team. It’s not surprising then that the discrediting campaign against her and Willis is equally robust.
I still hold onto – herd immunity. A little of anything pathogenic allows the body to develop the antigens it needs to fight the germ. If your immune system is strong – this is a positive. If, on the other hand, you have a weak immune system – this could be detrimental.
And of course, this does not include any of the issues we still have with EMFs and the problems that 5G causes to the whole body.
And why is it that YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and who knows who else, keeps taking this kind of important research down?
If you didn’t catch it – you might be interested in an article I wrote a few weeks ago on why whistleblowers or conspiracy theorists are important to our own evolution of science and awareness.