Mark Anderson 0 Comments Dr, Dr. Judy Mikovits, Dr. Rashid Buttar, Gary Franchi, Kary Mullis, National Vital Statistics System, Next News Network, PCR test, Robyn Openshaw
Procedures allow for unreliable testing
and death data, even as mask-wearing persists
By Mark Anderson
Director, STOP THE PRESSES News Association (this is a link to background info.)
An especially interesting item was recently and quietly issued by the National Vital Statistics System, or NVSS (a division of the CDC which is a federally supported local, state and national system of sharing data). Back on March 24, 2020, the NVSS announced a new ICD Code for COVID-19 deaths.
Starting with a question and then answering it, the NVSS, word for word, issued the following statement (click this link to see the original document) and go to the last item in the one-page document to where it says the following:
“Should COVID-19 be reported on the death certificate only with a confirmed test? COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.”
The italicized words in that statement were emphasized by the NVSS, not by STOP THE PRESSES (which issued this report in collaboration with associate World Impact News). That means COVID-19 (CV-19) confirmations are not required for listing a death as being caused by CV-19.
So, clearly, whatever the government, the TV news and the newspapers report at any given time as the “official” coronavirus death count may be exaggerated to a significant degree. Modern reporters within the orthodox media simply relay government data claims about Covid-19 without asking questions on methodology.
In Italy, the Health Ministry’s scientific advisor stated: “The way that we code deaths in our country is very generous . . . all the people who die in hospitals WITH the coronavirus are deemed to be dying OF the coronavirus.”
Furthermore, Bernhard Benka, a member of Austria’s Corona Task Force, confirmed that patients dying there both WITH and FROM the coronavirus were counted as CV-19 deaths. And in Spain, a 21-year-old male’s death was marked as CV-19 despite suffering from Leukemia.
If a patient is suffering from the complications of a serious long-term illness and would probably pass away anyway, does the mere presence of the coronavirus somewhere in that person’s system (perhaps in their nasal cavity) mean that he or she died as a direct result of CV-19? And what if the testing is inaccurate in the first place?
Well, the main test being used for CV-19, which was selected by the WHO. is the PCR (Polymerise Chain Reaction). It detects RNA—the genetic information of the virus. It was invented by Dr. Kary Mullis to detect HIV (AIDS). While he won a Nobel Prize for it, he says the PCR has serious limitations.
Read carefully about what he said about the PCR, which also applies to CV-19. Dr. Mullis stated:
Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron. PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral-load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.”
In other words, the PCR can only detect proteins that are assumed to be unique to CV-19.
Furthermore, the PCR test cannot isolate a specific coronavirus strain, nor can it determine the viral load. And it returns many false positives.
And as for the widespread public obsession with wearing masks, Dr. Judy Mikovits, a noted U.S. virologist, gave a May 10 interview posted on You Tube (talking with health and nutrition advocate Robyn Openshaw; the video is only 4 and ½ minutes long):
“We’re humans. We have to breathe oxygen. We can’t breathe back in, our own toxic air,” she said, referring to how masks tend to interfere with the process of exhaling carbon dioxide (which is a waste gas; that’s why we exhale it). “You cough into your own mask and you suppress your immune system . . . . It’s horribly immune-suppressant.”
Dr. Rashid Buttar, who, like Mikovits, has appeared on several alternative news outlets, added: “When you wear a mask, you’re reducing the flow of oxygen. By reducing the flow of oxygen, you’re taxing your system. You’re going to cause the release of steroids—of cortisol—the stress hormone. When the stress hormone goes off, then you have a suppression of the immune system.”
In addition, the Illinois-based Next News Network’s Gary Franchi did a very revealing video interview of Dr. Buttar and his CV-19 insights. Please click on this link to see it. It includes Buttar’s credentials.