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So You Think There's a Virus?

So You Think There's a Virus?

Part II

If you haven't read and watched Part I yet, view that first before viewing this as Part I provides the background and context for this installment. If you've followed my blog and gone through the last few posts, you might be wondering how all of this makes any sense at all.

How can the world be deceived by a Covid-19 test that cannot measure a virus that doesn't exist, for the purpose of taking a shot that is riskier and far deadlier than the disease itself?

If you have an open mind and are willing to critically consider explanations that contradict what you have been told all of your life than this five-episode, seven-hour film documentary will begin to fit the pieces of the puzzle together for you. In Episode One , the doctors, scientists and journalists featured in THE VIRAL DELUSION by filmmaker Mike Wallach, examine in detail the scientific papers that were used to justify the pandemic, and what they find is quite shocking. They shatter every single major claim regarding Covid-19, from the "isolation" of the virus to its so-called genetic sequencing; from the discovery of how to "test" for SARS-CoV2 to the emergence of "variants" that in reality, they explain, exist only on a computer. Their conclusion: the so-called SARS-CoV-2 virus exists only as a mental construct whose existence in the real world has been disproven by the science itself.

They then go back through history to reveal how the birth and growth of virology have led to massive misunderstanding and misdiagnosis of diseases: from Smallpox to the Spanish Flu, Polio to AIDS, to COVID itself. This knowledge puts the pandemic in a whole new context better understood not as settled science, but as the tragic culmination of misunderstood biology advanced by the growing cult of virology. Virology is built on pseudoscience, to which much of the rest of the medical profession defers without understanding or examination, accompanied by the tragic consequences that have been wrought in its name.

Episode One is free to view but an account must first be created. If you wish to view the rest of Episodes Two through Five, the cost is $11.99. Otherwise, just click on Episode One to watch it for free.