267. Virus conspiracy theory
267. Virus conspiracy theory

267. Virus conspiracy theory

Vienna 8/03/2022

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Former Pfizer Vice President Mike Yeadon questions the existence of viruses. Read about it in an article on the Swiss internet platform Transition News.

Mike Yeadon, pharmacologist and critic of gene injections against “Covid”, has signed an appeal aimed at finally clarifying the existence of pathogenic viruses. Scientists have accepted their existence as fact, Yeadon said.

A call from various scientists – including Dr. Samantha Bailey, Dr. Andrew Kaufman and Dr. Thomas Cowan – to established virologists with the aim of using a very specific experimental setup to finally clarify whether pathogenic viruses actually exist. It says:

“We want virology to show us, with its own methods, that it can actually independently reproduce and repeat exactly the same results without knowledge of the different samples it’s working with.”

Mike Yeadon justifies his doubts like this: After much deliberation, I have come to the conclusion that we have been taken in by another lie here. Even commercial drug research scientists have accepted the existence of viruses as fact without ever reading the original papers.

What some virologists believe to be an isolated virus may be a waste product of cell metabolism. As long as it is not scientifically proven – not on the basis of mental speculation – but concrete, correctly conducted studies that this material originates from outside the organism of what has been called a virus, the theory of viruses remains a theory. And given the horrendous profits made by drug companies in this area, there is reason to suspect that the drug lobby’s insistence on promoting viruses as a scientific concept is the result of a conspiracy.

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Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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