Masking the truth

Can this really be true? From No Governments Have Isolated COVID-19 Virus–What Does That Mean?:

Is Dr. Anthony Fauci Guilty of Negligent Homicide?, Oct. 27, 2020: “In 2009, Dr. Anthony Fauci co-authored a paper about the Spanish Flu Epidemic that rated it as the most devastating modern pandemic. It swept the entire planet in the wake of the First World War and caused millions of deaths.

“In studying this major and actual pandemic, what did Dr. Fauci and his colleagues find? They discovered that most of the victims of the Spanish Flu didn’t die from the Spanish Flu. They died from bacterial pneumonia. And the bacterial pneumonia was caused by…. wait for it, wait for it…. wearing masks.

“The intention then, as now, was to halt the spread of the disease by wearing masks, but what actually happened was that an “unobserved” pandemic of bacterial pneumonia was unwittingly created instead.”

October 6, 2020: Medical Doctor Warns that “Bacterial Pneumonias Are on the Rise” from Mask Wearing. Americans have believed for 110 years it was the Spanish flu that allegedly killed 20 million Americans when in fact, the majority died from wearing face masks all day long, as well as deplorable hygiene.

Might also add this for interest. From Good News! Flu Cases Disappear in US – Number of Positive Flu Tests at All-Time Low for Some Reason?

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Compare last year:

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There is some agenda afoot. If only we knew what is was.

UPDATED LINK: I hope this works better: No Governments Have Isolated COVID-19 Virus–What Does That Mean?. If true, incredible.

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33 Responses to Masking the truth

  1. Lee

    But masks do a very effective job.
    I know, because Dictator “Dr.” Dan (stuff him!) told me so!

  2. duncanm

    Steve,

    lots o flink fails – and I think you’d better check your sources on the 1918 Influenza mask theory.

  3. Steve Kates

    I ask if it can actually be true, not that it is true. If you know something, please add that in. The link on the flu in 2019 and 2020 does seem to be a valid stat and is incredible on its own since it implies that there is a classification issue that needs to be discussed.

  4. Figures

    Spanish flu was absolutely caused by doctors. But whilst masks are a terrible idea it was more things like massive use of aspirin and mass experimental vaccines.

    The vaccines (for a range of diseases) were given initially to soldiers but after the war governments told people returning soldiers would bring home diseases. So the main contacts of soldiers (mostly other young adults) got vaccines to “protect” themselves.

    And that is why Spanish Flu killed young adults (especially soldiers) the most and left the elderly and infants relatively unaffected.

  5. Figures

    And yes, nobody has ever actually proven the virus is pathogenic.

    There is no double slit experiment in virology.

  6. Fat Tony

    stackja
    #3704536, posted on December 31, 2020 at 2:41 pm
    Agenda? Socialism!

    stackja – socialism is just the fig leaf for totalitarianism

  7. publius

    on page 39, in a section titled, “Performance Characteristics,” we have this: “Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently available, assays [diagnostic tests] designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”

    https://www.fda.gov/media/134922/download

  8. John Bayley

    We have known since the mid-seventies that face masks do not prevent infection even when provably sterile and worn by surgeons in a proper fashion:

    PDF link to relevant study

    We have since had literally dozens of peer reviewed studies showing the same result. Here are a few:

    – Ritter at al (1975): “
    …the wearing of a surgical face mask had no effect upon the overall operating room environmental contamination.”

    – Tuneval (1991):
    “It has never been shown that wearing surgical face masks decreases postoperative wound infections. On the contrary, a 50% decrease has been reported after omitting face masks.” (3,088 patients over 115 weeks.)

    Webster 2010 – an Australian study:
    “Methods: Eight hundred twenty‐seven participants undergoing elective or emergency obstetric, gynecological, general, orthopaedic, breast or urological surgery in an Australian tertiary hospital were enrolled. Complete follow‐up data were available for 811 patients (98.1%). Operating room lists were randomly allocated to a ‘Mask group’ (all non‐scrubbed staff wore a mask) or ‘No Mask group’ (none of the non‐scrubbed staff wore masks). The primary end point, SSI was identified using in‐patient surveillance; post discharge follow‐up and chart reviews. The patient was followed for up to six weeks.
    Results: Overall, 83 (10.2%) surgical site infections were recorded; 46/401 (11.5%) in the Masked group and 37/410 (9.0%) in the No Mask group; odds ratio (OR) 0.77 (95% confidence interval (CI) 0.49 to 1.21), p = 0.151. Independent risk factors for surgical site infection included: any pre‐operative stay (adjusted odds ratio [aOR], 0.43 (95% CI, 0.20; 0.95), high BMI aOR, 0.38 (95% CI, 0.17; 0.87), and any previous surgical site infection aOR, 0.40 (95% CI, 0.17; 0.89).
    Conclusion: Surgical site infection rates did not increase when non‐scrubbed operating room personnel did not wear a face mask.”

    Does anyone need more evidence than that?

    Remember that unlike the general public, surgeons and operating theatre nurses know how to wear these things, they do not fiddle with them during the operation and they only use them once.

    Compare to the snot-soaked, multiple times worn rags that are being mandated in large parts of the world by the f*ckwits in charge, and keenly donned by the face nappy brigade of local Karens.

    And all that to stop a run-of-the-mill flu virus that may rob an overweight 85-year old with heart trouble, diabetes and alzheimers with the many decades of active life s/he would still have to look forward to otherwise. /s

    Where is the giant meteor to put the West out of its misery?

  9. MACK

    Using a mask properly is quite difficult – that’s why so many smart doctors even caught the virus. It must fit properly, it must be put on and off carefully and it must be disposed of or washed in a hot washing machine after each use. That’s why the official commonwealth advice says there are pros and cons with masks. The reality is that they are vitally important in hospitals and aged care, and pretty much useless everywhere else.
    “Where there is low community transmission of COVID-19, wearing a mask in the community when you are well is not generally recommended.”
    “wash or sanitise your hands before putting it on or taking it off”
    https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/how-to-protect-yourself-and-others-from-coronavirus-covid-19/masks

    Masks almost certainly made the Spanish flu worse.

  10. Vicki

    Like most aspects of the debate re this virus, the use of masks seems to cause extreme and untenable positions.

    Properly worn and of the proper material, masks are effective for obvious reasons. Why, do people think, technicians from all manner of industries wear them for protection?

    I suspect that if the information relating to masks wearing during the Spanish Flu has any efficacy, it probably relates to instances where masks were worn repeatedly without washing or replacing. Further, they almost certainly did not have the reliability of modern day surgical masks.

  11. Mark M

    This is my surprised face after a recent quick wash with my trendy aboriginal art re-wahashable face mask which is now covering my surprised face.

  12. Fred Furkenburger

    publius
    #3704558

    In typical fashion ofleftists with an agenda they have “updated” that document to make sure it conforms with their agenda. Sad that. Yes I read the original so I know you are correct but they who control the documentation can control the agenda.

  13. Diogenes

    Then there is this from Tenesee

    Since COVID appears to be seasonal and often hits different parts of the nation at different times and Tennessee is a WIDE state, I stuck with only the east Tennessee area for this particular analysis. For simplicity, I also left out counties that chickened out and issued mask mandates in the middle of the time period. Then I ran the numbers for 17 contiguous counties for the period from October 1 to December 22. Nine did not have a mask-mandate in place, while eight did.

    Over the allotted period, counties with mask mandates saw 4.7% of their population infected while those without them saw a 4.6% infection rate. Interestingly, Hawkins County, which let its mandate expire at the end of September, had 4.3% of its population infected, while Carter County had 5.1% infected with a mandate in place. Both have nearly identical populations.

    https://townhall.com/columnists/scottmorefield/2020/12/28/this-data-for-masked-vs-unmasked-counties-would-be-on-every-front-page-if-it-sho-n2582176

    or Florida

    If masks did even close to as advertised, one would expect to see the counties that went maskless to be absolute dumpster fires next to the counties that implemented mandates, right? At the very least, the numbers should favor the masked areas by more than a percentage point or two. So, how did it go? Yep, it was the Mask Cult’s worse nightmare:

    “When counties DID have a mandate in effect, there were 667,239 cases over 3,137 days with an average of 23 cases per 100,000 per day. When counties DID NOT have a countywide order, there were 438,687 cases over 12,139 days with an average of 22 cases per 100,000 per day.”

    https://townhall.com/columnists/scottmorefield/2020/12/21/new-study-shows-mask-mandates-had-zero-effect-in-florida-or-nationwide-but-the-l-n2581879

  14. thefrollickingmole

    But whilst masks are a terrible idea it was more things like massive use of aspirin and mass experimental vaccines.

    Hailed as a new wonder drug, they probably killed a lot of people with it.
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/10/091002132346.htm

    High aspirin dosing levels used to treat patients during the 1918-1919 pandemic are now known to cause, in some cases, toxicity and a dangerous build up of fluid in the lungs, which may have contributed to the incidence and severity of symptoms, bacterial infections, and mortality. Additionally, autopsy reports from 1918 are consistent with what we know today about the dangers of aspirin toxicity, as well as the expected viral causes of death.

    The motivation behind the improper use of aspirin is a cautionary tale, said author Karen Starko, MD. In 1918, physicians did not fully understand either the dosing or pharmacology of aspirin, yet they were willing to recommend it. Its use was promoted by the drug industry, endorsed by doctors wanting to “do something,” and accepted by families and institutions desperate for hope.

    “Understanding these natural forces is important when considering choices in the future,” Dr. Starko said. “Interventions cut both ways. Medicines can save and improve our lives. Yet we must be ever mindful of the importance of dose, of balancing benefits and risks, and of the limitations of our studies.”

  15. Tony Taylor

    Why have Americans believed “for 110 years it was the Spanish flu that allegedly killed 20 million Americans”?

  16. covid ate my homework

    The number one cause of death in 1918 was medical malpractice and political malfeasance, the number one cause of death in 2020 is exactly the same.

    Population reduction is a dirty business.

  17. Penny

    COVID ate my homework
    You are absolutely correct
    To the politicians and your “health advisers your day of reckoning can’t come soon enough !!!

  18. rickw

    How often in history has the medical profession:

    1). Completely fucked up in their use of medicines and medical recommendations.
    2). Used their “Doctor” status to support anti-human agendas.

    Time to stop putting these pillocks on pillars and subject them to the scrutiny everyone else gets.

  19. Steve, it is true. There are many sites around the world that refer to the fact that this alleged virus has never passed Koch’s postulates and that DNA sequences ‘proving’ the virus exist are not complete. There were some early claims that it had been done but when other scientists reviewed the relevant papers and questioned the authors the answer was it had not passed. Now it can be argued that a virus, unlike a bacteria, will never pass the Koch gold standard because a virus cannot exist alone, it needs a ‘carrier’ thus the reason to look at DNA.

    The so-called genetic sequencing of the virus was actually a concoction, a cobbling together of pieces of data referencing segments of RNA. These segments were PRESUMED to be parts of the new virus—but researchers didn’t have the virus!

    So with no isolation via Koch and an incomplete RNA sequence how can a valid test and vaccine be created for a virus that can’t be found?

    A quote from the AIER: It is well known that panic and anxiety changes the chemistry in the brain. In fact, rational thought diminishes rapidly in a panic state. Governments know this and use it to coerce populations to follow what they might normally consider to be questionable or bad policy.

    Thank your own God there are some of us who still retain the ability to think critically, just a shame they are not in government and health bureaucracies. I now liken our states’ CMO’s to Macbeth’s sisterhood of witches led on by their Queen Hecate (Fauci in drag).

    One of the best sites to review CV19 is Swiss Propaganda at swprs [dot] org

  20. DD

    Steve,
    The Spanish Flu was real but we are looking at the largest ever international fraud – COVID-19.

    COVID-19 hangs on the hook of testing, this is used to justify all the government actions around the world.

    The testing, based on the PCR test, is no more than a conjuring trick. This test can not identify the SARS-COV-2 virus and can not distinguish between a dead or alive virus. It can only recognize a particle of a Corona virus of any type. As you said above – no government has ever isolated the virus. Isolating it would lead to objective science and that would never do. One interesting question from this is: How do you design and test a vaccine for a virus that has never been identified?

    This test is useless for any purpose other than what it is being used for. To terrorize the population of the world.

    Further, by varying the number of amplification cycles used in the lab the percentage of positive results, real or false, can be moved up or down to achieve the desired propaganda result. Lock-downs for Christmas and in preparation for the expected end of the Trump presidency was easily predictable. Were the pathology labs instructed to increase the cycles?

    Everything is just lies but the source of the lie is hidden within the obscurity of the PCR test. Note that the test will produce a “case”. Case is never defined, try to find any objective data about the testing process and the parameters used.

    To successfully attack and destroy the COVID phantom requires a single point of impact and I believe that this test is the weakest point and it should be attacked mercilessly. This is not to say that other forms of attack should not be followed but I see them as secondary.

    I am sure that many Cats have considered this and that many have strong thoughts on the subject. Please expand on these thoughts or trash them as you may see fit.

  21. covid ate my homework

    Why have Americans believed “for 110 years it was the Spanish flu that allegedly killed 20 million Americans”?

    The same reason most black American’s still vote Demonrat, despite Tuskegee, Jim Crow, KKK etc.

  22. egg_

    Scummo & Friedeggburger just tanked the Economy and p1ssed a Trillion dollars up the wall based on bogus modelling by an Oxford scholar?
    Colour me surprised!

  23. John snowy Bowyer

    Figures – the Spanish Flu killed mostly young adults because it was so immediately virulent that young adults heightened immune system attacked it so ferociously in their lungs that they drowned in their own fluids. Older people could not mount such a huge attack so survived. I am sure that Doctors then were actually worse than now but saying they killed more patients than disease is drawing a pretty long bow.

  24. John snowy Bowyer

    Mole at the height of the Great Flu pandemic in 1919 the top doctors tried various preparations from the plasma of people who survived the flu. It was only available in the top hospitals and was ineffective. The actual flu virus attacked young people’s lungs and because of their superior immune systems they flooded their own lungs and drowned in their own bodily fluids. The book The Great Flu explains a lot of this and as lot more things beside.
    The current virus is being used by politicians and medico’s to get themselves power over us and money for themselves. It is a disgusting example of the scum we have allowed to be elected to represent us. I do not excuse one politician they should all be removed!

  25. Chris M

    masks are effective for obvious reasons

    Indeed, but effective at what? Try breathing in a dusty environment and you will quickly see how useless these cloth masks are.

    A face mask effectively stops airborne virus in the same way as underpants stop the smell of farts.

  26. Lee

    Properly worn and of the proper material, masks are effective for obvious reasons.

    That is what they call proof by assertion.

  27. Figures

    because it was so immediately virulent that young adults heightened immune system attacked it so ferociously in their lungs that they drowned in their own fluids.

    You just gave another reason to believe it was caused by vaccines.

    People died from a “massive immune response”. Now tell me, what do we often inject people with for the sole purpose of creating a “massive immune response”?

  28. Andre Lewis

    This story does not add up. The Spanish Flu was causing horrendous death tolls across Europe long before mask wearing was regularly used by the public. A London hospital senior medical officer noticed that many nurses were coming down with, and dying or the flu after close contact with infected patients – nurses and doctors wearing masks of any type was not in place in the medical profession at the time – he studied the data and noticed nurses wearing glasses were affected but less so than those that did not wear them. He concluded, correctly, that the flu virus (virus was not a known carrier at the time as all contagions were thought to be bacterial) was airborne through droplets and so entered the body through the eyes, nose and mouth. He mandated that cotton strips be issued to nurses and doctors and used as a crude mask to stop droplet infection. It was not perfect but worked far better than doing nothing.
    This is not an excuse to use or not use masks now but casts doubt on the Spanish Flu being largely due to bacterial ling infections caused by mask wearing.

  29. Piffany

    Dr Malcolm Kendrick has a good summary of a year of COVID-19 on his blog: https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2020/12/30/what-is-left-to-say/

    This story is also worth keeping an eye on: https://journal-neo.org/2020/12/10/coronavirus-scandal-breaking-in-merkel-s-germany-2/

    The Lockdown Sceptics website (run by Toby Young of the Free Speech Union) has daily updates and many links to useful articles.

    (Sorry, don’t know how to link.)

  30. Kneel

    “The top six sites for tests between December 18 and 21 were: Northern Beaches (48,006), Central Coast (6250), Ku-ring-gai (5826), Sydney City (5661), Sutherland Shire (4563), and the Inner West (3766).

    The huge reported spike in testing comes as the city’s northern beaches cluster on Wednesday grew to 97 cases. ”

    97 of 48,006.

    https://www.icd10monitor.com/false-positives-in-pcr-tests-for-covid-19

    says actual test results are false +ve 0.2% – 0.9%, which is the lowest number they list – it goes up to 4% or more, so let’s use 0.2%.

    0.2% of 48,006 is 96

    Hmmm…

    So best case of actual data says we are “in the noise”. Unless those 97 are symptomatic, they are likely false positives IMHO.

  31. Julian

    If I comment on this matter in The Australian, they simply don’t publish the comment.

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