Magical Mystery Tour: CNN Scientists Announce Strange New Adventures in Doom

There are a lot of things in life that we just don’t know.

There are a lot of uncertainties.

However, if there’s one thing in life that is certain, it is this simple fact: the magical mystery tour is coming to take you away.

There’s really only one thing you can do: roll up, roll up for the mystery tour.


The highly contagious B.1.1.7 variant has fueled an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations in parts of Europe. And experts worry the US could be next if Americans don’t double down on safety measures until more people are vaccinated.

What’s worse, experts say, is that the variant is changing the pandemic’s playbook and could spell trouble for younger groups that haven’t yet been vaccinated.

“We have to think about the B.1.1.7 variant as almost a brand new virus,” said Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. “It’s acting differently from anything we’ve seen before, in terms of transmissibility, in terms of affecting young people, so we have to take this very seriously.”

Despite alarming warning signs, the US is not powerless, experts have stressed.

Doubling down on safety measures — masking up, social distancing, avoiding crowds — coupled with quick and efficient vaccinations, can help curb another Covid-19 surge, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Saturday.

“We say it over and over again and we need the local people, we need the governors and the mayors and others to be able to say, we’re not out of it yet,” Fauci said.

“People say, ‘Well you just want to confine us forever.’ No, this is not going to last forever because every day that you get four million, three million people vaccinated, you get closer and closer to control.”

Hotez estimated Sunday that Americans need to hold on for “another four to six weeks, and then we’ll be on the other side of it.”

“All the vaccines seem to work just as well against this UK, B.1.1.7 variant … so that is really good news,” he said. “I have a lot of confidence that we’re going to be in a really good place by the summer.”

“But if you’re not vaccinated, you have to behave as though you’re highly vulnerable to this virus, this is not a time to get sick,” Hotez added.

The thing about all of that is that it’s a bunch of bullshit.

I went to the CDC website to find information on B.1.1.7, and they refer you to a paper released by Britain’s SAGE group, which has been at the core of this coronavirus madness from the beginning (they endorsed the findings of disgraced liar and hoaxster Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London, who put out lunatic apocalypse graphs that led to the initial lockdowns).

This is the summary and conclusion in the SAGE paper cited by the CDC:

What they do not spend much time on in the paper is how they identified this “new variant,” and decided it was new enough to give it a new name and tell the whole world to fear it.

But it’s all PCR cycles. They say that they were comfortable using more than 30 cycles on the PCR. You can read a layman’s guide to PCR cycles in a New York Times article on the topic from last year.

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Anyway, back to the thing – that article goes through and explains that if you do enough cycles on the PCR, it will give you a positive for anything.

That topic disappeared from the news, of course, but the information reported in that article still hangs in the air.

I know this is all bullshit. But I have to have some level of understanding of it in order to tell you with authority that it is all bullshit.

What they are doing with these “new variants” is just maxing out the PCR test, and seeing what they can find.

In this case, they’ve identified something called “S-Gene Target Failure” (SGTF). The s-gene is a protein that is supposed to spike when you are infected with the coronavirus, and if they don’t detect it, then they’ve failed to target it. Therefore, it is a new variant that must be doing something different. They are claiming to be doing entire gene sequences, when in fact they are very partial gene sequences, amplified by PCR.

If you start actually reading these medical papers, you will lose your mind, because it is just all a bunch of gibberish.

This is from the above CNN article:

This is all based on the idea that “experts” are a priest class capable of communicating with otherworldly knowledge.

Doing these lockdown rituals is literally exactly the same as Aztecs following the orders of the priests to do human sacrifice and cannibalism rituals.

Except it is worse, because an Aztec peasant didn’t have the internet to sniff around and see what evidence existed for the claim that Huītzilōpōchtli would refuse to give the sun if he didn’t receive sacrifices.

People who believe this coronavirus hoax are stupider and more basely pathetic than the Aztecs who went along with the terror death cannibal rituals.

Here’s the bottom line: you are not walking around seeing people collapsing in the streets. In fact, everything is fine. You don’t know anyone who has died of the virus. If you do know someone who was said to have died of the virus, they were old or had serious health problems, and died of a respiratory infection of some kind, which was called “the coronavirus,” probably absent testing (or even with negative testing).

Coronavirus symptoms are indistinguishable from the flu. They are telling you now that the flu has been eradicated, and everyone who dies from any respiratory illness is dying from coronavirus.

They have not really explained where the flu went.

Look around you and believe your eyes – there is no pandemic.

There never was a pandemic.

They pointed at the flu, then added heart attacks, cancer and car crashes, and called it a pandemic.

This is literally the magical mystery tour.