Before I tell you about the planned second large demonstration in Berlin, I would like to mention a document from the Swiss Confederation Swissmedic on the PCR test on which all this viral hysteria is based.
This document is in German.
On the second page of this document there is a paragraph titled PCR / NAT:
The PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is a NAT (Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology) method, modern molecular biology, to convert nucleic acid (RNA or DNA) present in a sample to be reproduced in vitro and then to be detected with suitable detection systems.
However, the detection of the nucleic acid does not allow any conclusions to be drawn about the presence of an infectious pathogen.
This can only be done by means of a virus detection and an increase in the cell culture.
It was clearly written that the detection of a fragment of the pathogen gives no reason to draw a conclusion about its presence in the body of the tested person!
This is how tests are carried out all over the world. In Germany, around 60,000 such tests are done every day on working days. Much more in the US.
Every positive result is reported in the media as a new case of illness or, at best, as a newly infected person.
Neither one nor the other is true. Not just because it says so in the document described above. You can read details about this here.
Apparently the test package insert also states that it is not suitable for diagnostic use.
I did not find such a document. I haven’t been tested and I don’t want it at all. Everyone who is tested has the right to request this information.
Let us now come back to the demonstration in Berlin.
As you know, the media reported over 17,000 participants, and the organizers, 1,3 million. As always, the truth lies in the middle. The calculations of Internet users, the analysis of the average density of people per square meter and the available space, are between 300,000 and 700,000, depending on the method used.
The documented fact, the sale of bus tickets to Berlin for only two companies, involved more than 50,000 people.
Participants from other countries were present.
The media also reported that right-wing extremist groups, esotericists and, these must not be missing in the press, conspiracy theorists were present at the demonstration.
On August 8, a high-ranking police officer who was serving in Berlin on August 1 appeared in Augsburg for a local demonstration with several thousand participants.
His words: “As a police officer I have seen many demonstrations, but never so peaceful!”.
The decision to end the demonstration on August 1st has been challenged in court.
An interesting detail: During the demonstrations, the German police banned the sale of water to the demonstrators in the middle of summer.
The demonstration was well organized. Those who have been there will never forget this wonderful atmosphere full of friendliness and without artificial political, religious or racial divisions.
On Saturday, August 29th, a new, perhaps even larger, peaceful demonstration in defense of the basic rights of citizens will be registered in Berlin. Demonstration not just for Germany, for the whole world.
Groups from France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, the USA and many other countries declare their participation.
Author: Marek Wojcik