by Brian A. Wilkins
The WHO changed its
policy for utilizing the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique
for COVID-19 testing. Make certain to read the foregoing article in
its entirety for more context.
PCR testing in 2020
The New York Times reported in August that most PCR tests in the United States used a 40 cycle threshold (Ct) standard.
Dr. Juliet Morrison told the Times that,
Harvard epidemiologist, Dr. Michael Mina, was even more candid in the article.
A study published in the British Medical Journal this past December found that 58% of positive tests at the University of Birmingham were false positives.
The United States was averaging over 200,000 new daily COVID-19 cases from mid-November to January 20.
The latter date was Inauguration Day and the day the WHO changed its PCR guidance.
COVID-19 cases since January 20, 2021
The United States had its highest single day COVID-19 positive total on January 8:
That number somehow dropped to 185,963 on January 20.
COVID-19 positive cases have dramatically declined since the new WHO guidelines were published.
The CDC reported 69,876 COVID-19 cases on February 27, a 62% decline since January 20.
Cases are down because mRNA shots are being deployed in the USA (sic), according to mainstream media. That position, however, is prima facie disinformation....
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, Moderna Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks and Dr. Fauci are all on record saying mRNA shots do not stop the spread of COVID-19.
Further, an October 2020 peer-reviewed manuscript found that the CDC's statistical calculation methods vastly inflated COVID-19 positive numbers.
Positive COVID-19 cases will continue dropping because testing methods changed on January 20.
Intellectual vigilance is vital
The only benefit to getting mRNA injections is 15 minutes of social media clout.
Instead both are dismissed as "conspiracy theory" despite hundreds of peer-reviewed studies concluding both drugs kills and prevent COVID-19.
Everyone reading this blog has a social responsibility to educate their peers and loved one in this age of censorship, subterfuge and global psychological conditioning.
World Health Organization's Updated...
- Testing will
likely Lower Positive Cases -
Dr. Kary Mullis won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for inventing the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique.
Dr. Mullis made clear that,
He said PCR,
Fauci is also a media darling who is considered omniscient and omnipotent in virology and epidemiology. Dr. Mullis butted heads with Fauci throughout their careers, particularly surrounded the HIV/AIDs epidemic.
The Nobel Prize winner once challenged Fauci to a debate on virology and epidemiology.
His PCR invention has
since become the gold standard "test" for diagnosing COVID,
despite the technique not being a test at all.
Kim Schive, editor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, provides the most comprehensive, yet simple explanation as to how PCR is applied to COVID-19 testing.
Because you received a positive result, we know that the test detected the virus in your sample by the time it reached its 40-cycle limit.
But as we learn more, this binary way of viewing test results - positive/negative, infected/not infected - may change.
After all, the amount of virus in a sample is directly correlated with the number of amplification cycles needed to detect it, a number known as its cycle threshold (Ct).
As Dr. Mullis explained in the video above, his invention can find anything if you do it well enough. Or in the case of COVID-19 "testing," if you keep doing it until you find what you're looking for.
The New York Times published an article in August reporting that 90% of positive tests in three states were from asymptomatic people who were unlikely to get sick.
Global PCR cycle standards
Most COVID PCRs use 40 cycles of amplification, with each cycle doubling the DNA target, according to Yale Medical School.
But even Dr. Fauci admitted back on an August 2020 podcast that,
Despite his own mea culpa, the United States continued testing at 40+ Ct's.
A landmark ruling by the Lisbon (Portugal) Appeals Court related to PCR testing was largely ignored by mainstream media.
The November 11 decision found that the Azores Regional Health Authority violated Portuguese and international law. The agency forced four German tourists to quarantine in a hotel all summer due to a "positive" PCR from one of them.
The judges noted,
The ruling relied on a meta-analysis by the University of Oxford's Centre for Evidence-based Medicine (CEBM) and the University of the West of England.
The Court essentially found that,
World Health Organization (WHO) about-face
The World Health Organization recently updated its guidance for utilizing PCR for COVID-19 testing. Some are calling it a politically-motivated move.
The update came just hours after President Biden was inaugurated.
In other words the WHO said that,
The CDC was still recommending 40 cycles as recently as December 1, 2020.
President Biden signed an executive order reversing the United States' withdrawal from the WHO under the Trump Administration. The EO also made Anthony Fauci head of the U.S. delegation to the WHO.
The new guidance will unquestionably lower positive COVID cases, just as President Biden is taking office.
The United States, in accordance with the 40 Ct PCR threshold, has recorded over 25 million COVID-19 cases since the 'pandemic' began.