Wading Into the Is There a Covid Virus Debate
My Views As an Agnostic
A long time ago I took a sales job for company called Great Lakes Windows. They always had a script to follow, with ready answers for commonly asked questions or debates. Consistency of messaging was the number one concern there.
If somebody objected that buying new windows or insulation for their homes was too expensive, we’d follow the script and explain how the energy savings from the upgrade would practically pay for itself. If somebody complained that a shoddy contractor had done a poor job on their kitchen renovation in the past, we had canned responses about how many years of solid reputation we had built in the industry and our money back guarantees. Basically we had consistent messaging we all followed. Does that sound familiar regarding Covid “vaccines?” What are the media messages on this script?
They are safe and effective, as they are vaccines, which carry an air of legitimacy with the general population. Adverse events are very rare and most are mild like a sore arm and headache. These have been the most intensely monitored jabs in history. Many of the reports on VAERS could be written by anyone with an Internet connection, so don’t listen to those anecdotes. The vaccines continue to lead us out of this pandemic and boosters restore immunity. Getting Covid is much much worse. On and on it goes.
I was pretty terrible at my sales job. Most people hung up on me quickly, and I was sensitive to rejection. The few that did talk to me were often lonely older people who would start telling me about their health issues or fights with their grown children. The very few sales I had seemed to be to those types who made an emotional connection with me. But my sales lead was constantly on my case to “stay on script!” Wasting three hours to make a sale while I sympathized with granny’s struggles with rheumatoid arthritis was just not going to keep my numbers up, especially since granny usually said she had to consult with her husband first at the end of it (we had canned rebuttals for that too, but I was the worst closer in the joint). I was let go after two months. I’m surprised they kept me as long as they did.
One thing that had been noted by Mattias Desmet in his Mass Formation hypothesis is that the 30% who are all in are very on script with their messaging, while the 30% opposed tend to be very unorganized. Perhaps the greatest single issue of division in the entire opposed to the conventional Covid narrative crowd is the issue of whether the virus Sars Cov 2 exists or not.
Steve Kirsch recently weighed in on this.
The Midwestern Doctor Followed up with a thought provoking article of his own.
I loved the article but disagree that it is necessarily a minority who in some way question the isolation and purification of the Covid virus. I am an agnostic on this issue. I’ve been “anti-vaxxer” for so long that I read the debate about Koch’s Postulates being fulfilled over measles and AIDS before Covid was ever even heard of. I have read quite a bit about the issue. Jon Rappaport, for instance, has premised the exosome theory for viruses. Basically he says that under stressful conditions (i.e. wearing full biohazard suits in hot Africa, being stuck in heavily air polluted Wuhan during cold winter months) people become sick with a set of symptoms, which are then labelled a virus, Ebola or Covid, say. They have some marker in their body, which is labelled the virus and the cause of their illness, but is it really? Might it not be genetic debris from some bodily process, which perhaps emerged as a response to these stressors? Could it have emerged spontaneously in the body? They cite examples like research stations in Antarctica where everybody tested negative but then many got sick with Covid later as proof of this.
The there is no virus types like to cite holes in germ theory in general, and there are some. For example me and my daughter recently became sick with what I think was Covid (we never got any sort of test done). My husband, however, despite sleeping in the same bed with me and being very close, did not show signs of illness. This is true with about 35% of close household contacts never testing positive for Covid. If germ theory involves the spread of some contagious pathogen from one person to another, then why do some people who are absolutely exposed to it never develop symptoms or test positive?
I don’t consider this as bulletproof evidence that viruses don’t exist. In my husband’s case he might have been exposed to a version of Covid in the summer of 2020 while I was in America and he was in Thailand that gave him more resilient immunity to whatever we came across. He also did not have any direct contact with the girl who me and my daughter were playing tag with on the beach, which also could be a case of jab shedding. Terrain theory, the idea that illness manifests as a result of poor outside conditions and general bad health, certainly has some merit. I don’t claim to have all of the answers on this. Curiously, when I went to purchase a Covid home test kit at 7 Eleven just to calm my curiosity, there were none available. It was like a bunch of people had gotten sick in our area around that time frame.
I do know that the people in virology who are looking at electron microscope images are certainly looking at something and I think it denigrates the entire field to assume that what they are seeing is no more solid than Neil Ferguson’s computer generated models of viral spread. Covid does move in baffling ways but there’s clear signs that it mutates and spreads. To me there is room for the terrain theory, psychological theories that posit say that people who believe that they had long Covid are more likely report it, and germ theory. Detailed breakdowns of differences between one Covid variant versus another are based on some pretty heavy science. It’s hard to see people on the same side on so many things dismiss someone’s extremely severe Covid case as just the flu.
Being a virus agnostic I go back to what the pro Covid mainstream media narrative team has had going for it this whole time: a script with consistent messaging and canned rebuttals. We all know what their script is. What is ours? It should be something like:
The government Covid mitigation measures led to unprecedented loss of civil liberties and did nothing to stop the spread of a respiratory virus
The Covid “vaccines” are not demonstrably safe OR effective in the long term. They should be halted but at a bare minimum cannot be mandated. Mandates should also be expanded to include broader social pressures such as travel restrictions, extra testing requirements, or any type of discriminatory treatment of the unjabbed or underjabbed.
There should be rigorous and open debate about hospital treatment protocols and alternative treatments for Covid.
This can never be allowed to happen again and cannot be allowed to continue
That fourth point is where I want to leave a related message regarding the virus/ there is no virus debate as it were. As I said I am an agnostic on this but let’s go with a broad advertising strategy. Part of point 4, This can never be allowed to happen again involves proving fraud, getting a broad segment of the population to accept that they have been lied to and removing those in power who facilitated this lying. That would include people like Fauci, Collins, Bourla et cetera.
Let’s say that I have a horse race that is labelled Get the bad guys and hold them accountable. I have two horses in this race. The first One is called “There is No Virus.” The Second Horse is named “The Virus Was facilitated by Illegal Bioweapons Research and Sequences of it Were Patented Years in Advance.” Which of these horses do I think will be more broadly accepted, allow scientists and doctors on board and be able to show pre-planned crimes against humanity? I’m betting on horse number two.
What do you all think?