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Why the Germ Theory of Disease is Wrong

Why the Germ Theory of Disease is Wrong

James McCumiskey — May 27, 2020

We have all been taught and have accepted as a scientific fact that germs cause disease. For example, tubercular bacilli cause tuberculosis, the measles virus causes measles and more recently that COVID-19 is causing a worldwide pandemic, which has necessitated the Lockdown to contain it.

Robert Koch (1843-1910) came up with four postulates, which would determine if a pathogen caused a disease.

1) One can observe the pathogen in a person who has the disease;

2) One can isolate or purify the pathogen by taking sputum or blood sample from the host;

3) One can cause the same disease by injecting the pathogen into another host;

4) One can also re-isolate or purify the pathogen from that experimentally infected host.

The theory behind these postulates is that you can observe these microbes in a sample of blood from an infected host; you can isolate them and grow them in the laboratory; you can inject them into another host and cause the same disease; and you can then isolate the same microbe from the newly infected host. These postulates would all make perfectly good common sense if pathogenic microbes existed.

In relation to bacteria, you can observe and purify them, the first two of Koch’s postulates. However, you cannot inject tubercular bacilli or cholera bacilli into somebody and cause tuberculosis or cholera. On the 7th October 1892, Max von Pettenkofer drank a millilitre of cholera bacilli. He did not get sick, nor did he get cholera. His assistant repeated the same experiment on the 17th October 1892. He got slightly sick but recovered rapidly. He did not get cholera. The cholera bacilli did not cause cholera; they are present when the host is suffering from cholera after drinking bad water over a period of time.

Tubercular bacilli do not cause tuberculosis. Just as the presence of firemen at a fire does not mean that they caused the fire. Just as flies on a dung-heap does not mean that they caused the dung-heap. Microbes are present during these diseases but are not the cause.

Believe it or not, you cannot even purify viruses because they do not exist! There is no scientific paper available where any scientist has purified any virus. For example, I wrote an FOI Request to the NVRL (National Virus Reference Laboratory) at University College Dublin in Ireland and asked them the following two questions. The NVRL by its very name is the reference laboratory in Ireland for identifying all alleged pathogenic viruses

My FOI Request on 19 February 2020 was:

1) I am looking for a scientific paper, which demonstrates how the Novel Coronavirus was purified? Surely, if the NVRL is able to detect the Novel Coronavirus, it should also be able to demonstrate how it is purified?

2) I am also requesting how the NVRL would currently detect the Novel Coronavirus? Do you detect RNA (RiboNucleic Acid) in patients with pneumonia and then assume that the presence of RNA is equivalent to the presence of the Novel Coronavirus? Or, do you use other indirect means for detecting the Novel Coronavirus?

The NVRL eventually wrote back on 22 May 2020

Having considered the provisions of the FOI Act, I have decided to grant partial access to the requested information, as follows

1. I must advise you that the University do not hold records to answer your request. As such, section 15 (1) (a) of the FOI Act applies, that states:

15. (1) A head to whom an FOI request is made may refuse to grant the request where—

(a) the record concerned does not exist or cannot be found after all reasonable steps to ascertain its whereabouts have been taken

2. The UCD National Virus Reference Laboratory (NVRL) have confirmed that the current assay being used to detect corona virus is the one recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), as published in the attached article.

I appealed the FOI response on 25 May 2020:

I was already aware that the attached paper “Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR” was used by authorities across Europe to detect the alleged novel coronavirus. The RT-PCR technique is an indirect method of detection, which in this case of this paper assumes that the novel coronavirus shares some RNA sequences with the SARS coronavirus. The fundamental problem though is that neither the SARS coronavirus nor the 2019-nCoV was ever isolated. The Background to this paper clearly implies that the 2019-nCoV was never purified or isolated: “We aimed to develop and deploy robust diagnostic methodology for use in public health laboratory settings without having virus material available”.

My position is very clear: Pathogenic viruses such as the measles virus for example and the novel coronavirus do not exist. They do not exist because it is impossible to purify them. It is possible to purify phages using the density gradient centrifugation technique. Phages have a diameter of approximately 100nm. If pathogenic viruses such as the measles virus or the novel corona virus did exist, it would be possible to purify them. Their alleged diameter is equivalent to that of phages.

It is not good enough to shut the country down simply on the basis of a collective and erroneous belief in the existence of pathogenic viruses. Any scientific opinion can only be as good as the evidence on which it is based. Scientific opinion can only be substantiated by examining the evidence, which supports it. The only acceptable evidence which would support the evidence for the existence of the novel coronavirus would be a paper demonstrating how it was purified, photographed, its diameter measured and biochemically characterised.

The NVRL are correct in saying that “No Record Exists”, in relation to the purification of any so-called pathogenic virus. The reason why no record exists is because pathogenic viruses such as the measles and novel coronavirus do not exist.

I am appealing this inadequate and recklessly negligent response to my FOI request. The economy is in Lockdown and the lives of millions of Irish people are recklessly endangered because of a belief in the existence of pathogenic viruses — a belief, which has no supporting scientific evidence.

The Germ Theory of Disease is the central dogma of Modern Medicine. The Germ Theory of Disease is wrong and pathogenic viruses do not exist.

James McCumiskey

Author

The Ultimate Conspiracy – The Biomedical Paradigm

Source: Why the Germ Theory of Disease is Wrong

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