What is the likelihood of the SARS corona virus becoming a pandemic?

Mudassir Ali
Mar 04, 2020 11:30 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Mar 04, 2020 11:30 AM

None only in the minds of the gullible. No virus has ever been isolated. Viral disease is usually poisoning or toxaemia but fear of such feeds vaccination. Proof is the fact all so called viral disease was curable 90 years ago with vitamin c. They changed the meaning of virus from poison to germ and vanished toxicology

See Jim west on WHALE

“Orthodox virology omits toxicology, and is thus void. Toxicological causation is obvious and toxicology is avoided by the media like the plague. Forget the intellectual, scientific intrigue of virology. Without toxicology, virology is a mind-trap. Virology is the deadly virus. Orthodoxy could claim that a “virus” has any number of fearful characteristics, but those characteristics are meaningless if the victims are poisoned. Without poisoning, perhaps the virus is a nutrient. Perhaps there is no virus. Most likely, the “virus” is harmless human nucleic acid, rearranged as a response to poisoning, and thus always a test for said “virus” would be positive during periods of poisoning.”

“The vaccination programs are irrelevant to the decline of polio, while pesticides correlate perfectly with polio. The unfunded, ostracized theory of poison causality far exceeds all other theories in simplicity, exactitude, and directness regarding correlations within all data areas: dosage, physiology, etiology, epidemiology, economics, and politics.”–Jim West

“The official West Nile virus paradigm actually does make political sense. After all, you can’t expect Mayor Giuliani to say, “Thousands of birds are falling from the sky because of petrochemical emissions in Jersey, illegal emissions, major airport take-off lanes over residential zones, congested automobile traffic, and gasoline with 15% MTBE, which is a poison and neurotoxic precursor. Air pollution has triggered the deaths of birds already burdened with pesticides, mercury, and lead residues. If you’re a visiting tourist, chances are you’ll be OK, and NYC loves your money. So, let’s all pretend it’s a deadly virus and endure a ritual of mind-numbing fear, dramatized by occasional unscheduled pesticide sprayings by helicopters over crowded streets and parks

Mudassir Ali
- Mar 04, 2020 11:30 AM

Since yesterday the cases and deaths have risen over night.

I don’t think it is as bad as the SARS, going by reports I receive, but if people are not going to stop going in and out of Huwan, who knows what it will be like, in another week or even less?

The Chinese New Year is making it spread, for some who might carry this disease travel, feel Okay, then get sick when they arrive wherever they go.

The Authorities are trying their best to stop people entering and leaving the city, but without bringing in the armed forces I don’t think it will stop some from wanting to escape.

As long as all flights from the areas that are infected are treated with strict screening, I am sure it will be contained and not spread world wide.

We will just have to wait and see what WHO and the Chinese authorities are doing about controlling it.

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