The mainstream media and Government Covid-19 reporting has recently shifted from deaths and hospitalisations and moved on to “cases” – but what determines a case and how accurate are the PCR test kits determining those “cases” – time to delve a bit deeper.
What we have come to find out is that scientists who have been looking at Covid-19 the entire time are now stating, through their research, that many of the Covid-19 cases might not be infectious at all they are talking about elevated cycle thresholds and the PCR Tests.
A growing body of research suggests that a significant number of confirmed Covid-19 infections, possibly as many as 9 out of every 10, may not be infectious at all with much of the testing equipment picking up mere fragments of the disease rather than full blown infections.
For many tests the cycle threshold is set very high – the cycle threshold is the number of amplification cycles a PCR test goes through before a target pathogen is detected. A lower cycle threshold means that a higher amount of the virus was present in the sample, a higher threshold means the machine had to work harder to detect the virus in the sample indicating a lower viral load and more likely a non-infectious patient.
According to a run down of PCR tests compiled by the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics many manufacturers of PCR test set the cycle threshold cut off for a positive sample at up to 40 cycles, a level numerous public health officials believe is guaranteed to return what are effectively false positives results detecting fragments of the virus which means that you will not give this infection to someone else.
Cycle Threshold (Column Headed – Supplier Recommended Ct cut-off)
Mass population testing is a flawed idea in search of science to back it up.
Kary Mullis the award winning Inventor of the PCR Test stated this test should never be used as a tool in “the diagnosis of infectious diseases.”
The BBC have reported that the PCR test used to diagnose coronavirus is so sensitive it could be picking up fragments of dead virus from old infections. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-54000629
Tests authorized by the F.D.A. provide only a yes-no answer to infection, and will identify as positive patients with low amounts of virus in their bodies….Johnny Milano for The New York Times
Professor Carl Heneghan of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, said instead of giving a “yes/no” result based on whether any virus is detected, tests should have a cut-off point so that very small amounts of virus do not trigger a positive result.
Tests are diagnosing huge numbers of people who may be carrying relatively insignificant amounts of the virus, yet this has profound effects upon their lives (and the lives of many others) when they enter the Government’s track and trace system.
When drastic (costly) draconian measures are introduced they should always be based upon clear evidence and in the case of Covid-19 “testing” it quite clearly is not.
It is imperative that state broadcasters and media commentators ask the crucial questions of policy makers right now – but I will not be holding my breath!
I fell into politics quite by accident in 2014 and all because my local County Council brought in a policy switching off street lighting overnight my elderly neighbours felt vulnerable – this spurred me into action and the Right to Light Campaign was born.
I started the Right to Light Petition which garnered over 11,000 signatures enough to trigger a debate at Kent County Council. I delivered a speech in front of 88 Councillors and journalists but they refused to listen to the people and kept the lights off.
I worked closely with a local journalist who followed the campaign from start to finish, publishing articles on an almost weekly basis.
Word spread about the campaign and the Council’s refusal to listen – my phone became a hotline, I was invited onto BBC Breakfast and live radio something I would never have contemplated happening in a million years. Following a fierce 2 year battle and against all the odds streetlighting was restored throughout Kent.
Spurred on by success and having witnessed how badly represented people were at local level I joined UKIP standing as a candidate in Borough and County elections narrowly missing out on a seat by 22 votes on one occasion.
The run-up to the EU Referendum was an exciting time I joined the Grassroots Out Campaign and ran weekly street stalls delivering thousands of leaflets and meeting hundreds of people including Nigel Farage and Gerard Batten. I loved the buzz and the fun was infectious. I have been hooked ever since.
I became a prolific poster on Facebook building up relationships in many groups, I was approached by the owner of a Website/FB page called Fortis est Veritas asking if I would like to write articles to post on his platform. I have to date written 22 articles and really enjoy documenting the twists and turns of Brexit a very exciting time – we are writing history and it is essential that is fully documented.
I am very excited to now be given the opportunity to join the UNN family as a Political Analyst – the next chapter in a very exciting 5 years of my life.