A Contrarian View of the Virus Hoax

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Guest Post by Hardscrabble Farmer

I am neither a doctor nor a scientist and nothing I write should be taken as medical advice.

Good, now that we’ve dispensed with the obvious, let me share my perspective on the collective insanity I have witnessed over the course of the last two years.

I do not know what a virus is, although I have my own thoughts on it, but I reject completely the explanations that have been offered by the scientific establishment. The only facts I have to rely on are those of personal experiences over the course of my lifetime, so these too are merely anecdotal, but still they fit nicely in the scientific model which begins with observation.

A virus is- if nothing else- a variable and imprecise form of pathogen. Its effects are notorious for being wildly erratic. If you were to shoot a hundred people with a small caliber weapon, there would be a hundred different wounds, but every single victim would suffer the effects of the projectile. It has- in short- an efficacy rate of 100%. Viruses on the other hand do not seem to affect people in a uniform fashion. We are told that viruses are airborne bits of pathogen- not unlike a lead projectile- yet when they make contact with the victim, some are affected while others are not.

This should call into question the premise of what a virus is- a physical body that makes contact from the outside, for example, or a byproduct of a naturally occurring process within our body, like pus. Throughout history, at least the last several hundred years, it has been known that these viruses affect the sick, elderly and the very young at a far larger proportion than the healthy and the fit in the peak years of life. There have been exceptions, of course, but that is assuming that every effort was made to determine the actual vigor and internal health of those people who appeared to be fit.

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