Dr. Michael Ryan, director of WHO’s emergencies program.
They don’t plan to end the “pandemic.” For them, coronavirus is the goose that lays the golden eggs. They won’t ever kill it on purpose.
A senior World Health Organization official said Monday it was “premature” and “unrealistic” to think the pandemic might be stopped by the end of the year, but that the recent arrival of effective vaccines could at least help dramatically reduce hospitalizations and death.
The world’s singular focus right now should be to keep transmission of COVID-19 as low as possible, said Dr. Michael Ryan, director of WHO’s emergencies program.
“If we’re smart, we can finish with the hospitalizations and the deaths and the tragedy associated with this pandemic” by the end of the year, he said at media briefing.
Ryan said WHO was reassured by emerging data that many of the licensed vaccines appear to be helping curb the virus’ explosive spread.
“If the vaccines begin to impact not only on death and not only on hospitalization, but have a significant impact on transmission dynamics and transmission risk, then I believe we will accelerate toward controlling this pandemic.”
But Ryan warned against complacency, saying that nothing was guaranteed in an evolving epidemic.
“Right now the virus is very much in control,” he said.
In reality, their own research claims that it is very hard for people to get the virus from other people. So the virus isn’t in control of anything.
So is there even a virus at all? If the virus does exist, it’s a strain of the flu.
But are these tests even real? “Asymptomatic carriers”? Is that real?
Also: what is going on with these tests?
The conspiracy community – which sure has been right about a lot, let me tell you that – has been pointing out the fact that a nasal swab is used to give a vaccine to cattle, and suggesting that there is something nefarious going on here.
It’s an interesting question: why do they need to shove this thing all the way in your face, if the virus is in your spittle?
The midwits will say “IT’S SCIENCE AND I FUCKING LOVE IT,” and tell you that it can be a “deep infection” that doesn’t come up in the spittle but is in the back of your nasal cavity. There are spit tests for viruses, but not for the coronavirus.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the PCR test analyzes DNA, but extracts RNA from the DNA. You can read the description of the process, and pretend you understand it. But you probably don’t, actually.
DNA is in your spit and does not need to be acquired from the back of your head.
There has been a lot of fake news about the inventor of the PCR test, Nobel Laureate Kary Mullis, including Facebook posts saying he wanted to debate Anthony Fauci. This is untrue. He died in 2019. However, you have to wonder where these fake news posts come from, as they always seem to have the goal of covering something else up.
This is from Mullis’ Wikipedia:
A New York Times article listed Mullis as one of several scientists who, after success in their area of research, go on to make unfounded, sometimes bizarre statements in other areas. In his 1998 humorous autobiography proclaiming his maverick viewpoint, Mullis expressed disagreement with the scientific evidence supporting climate change and ozone depletion, the evidence that HIV causes AIDS, and asserted his belief in astrology. Mullis claimed climate change and HIV/AIDS theories were promulgated as a form of racketeering by environmentalists, government agencies, and scientists attempting to preserve their careers and earn money, rather than scientific evidence. The medical and scientific consensus considers these hypotheses as pseudoscience, HIV having been conclusively proven to be the cause of AIDS and global warming strongly shown to be caused by human activities.
I think it’s fair to say that if he hadn’t died in 2019, he would be asking to debate Anthony Fauci on the use of a DNA test to test for a supposed RNA virus.
Do you think it’s crazy to suppose this is all fake? That maybe there isn’t even any virus? That they are doing something bizarre with these swabs?
Consider that we’re living in a world where kids are put into tents during band practice.
This is a high school band practice in Wenatchee,WA pic.twitter.com/q2prCJemX0
— Ari Hoffman (@thehoffather) February 24, 2021
If the data gathered by researchers show that people have a 1 in 10 chance of catching the virus from an infected family member, the logical conclusion is that either the virus doesn’t exist and the testing is rigged, or someone is doing something we’re not aware of in order to spread it.