It is understandable that many people cannot withstand the pressure of this time and develop various mental problems. Lack of oxygen due to the permanent obligation to wear masks, fear of mandatory vaccinations, economic problems, an impending war: many collapse. This is used by fraudulent sects that demand money and submission for a promise of salvation. One of them is now attacking world-famous virologists and other parts of the resistance.
A comment by Willi Huber
Report24 also had to experience that some fellow human beings are not open to rational arguments. It is specifically about those who deny the existence of any form of viruses – and this in a militant way. They do not accept the argument that this is irrelevant to the real problems. At first it doesn’t matter whether there are viruses or not, if you are injected with the so-called vaccines, which in some cases cripple or lead to death, by state coercion. In the course of dealing with this group of people, it became clear why the argument was not allowed. The “guru” makes a living from books and lectures on virus denial. Therefore, the topic simply must not become a sideshow – that would reduce his financial gains.
We will not mention the name of this guru for legal reasons. The fact is that he often has previous convictions for defamation because he has always had a problem with other opinions. After a period of unemployment, he discovered the principle of denying scientific knowledge as a source of income. Although he himself worked in this field of research and did his doctorate, the doctor decided to make his money from now on by claiming that viruses did not exist. As an aid to argumentation, he uses the so-called “Eristic dialectic” – a malicious form of combative rhetoric, with which one can use tricks to convince uneducated people in particular of something.
Viruses are part of evolution
In fact, science knows of millions of different viruses that evolved over the course of evolution. They are not capable of reproduction themselves, but always need the cells of other living beings in order to reproduce. Some of them cause diseases, rare viruses cause death. This also aroused the interest of the inhuman military, who want to use viruses as a weapon for mass destruction. “Gain-of-function” research is therefore taking place in hundreds of laboratories around the world, where attempts are being made to make viruses even more deadly. After this research has been banned in many western democracies, it is outsourced to submissive vassal nations, such as the USA did to Ukraine.
Even if there are more questions than answers about the alleged corona pandemic, the claim that a virus “escaped” from such gain-of-function research in Wuhan is part of the story. It has been fully proven that there are appropriate laboratories, research efforts and funding from abroad. Countless evidence shows that this cannot be the whole truth – even if it is the alleged disappearance of the flu virus since the beginning of the pandemic. This led to the theory that this pandemic is just a marketing term for the annual flu outbreak.
Vaccination is not possible against strongly mutating viruses
There are different types of viruses. For the analysis within the corona pandemic, it is necessary to differentiate between viruses with stable RNA and heavily mutating viruses. Influenza viruses and also the alleged SARS-CoV-2 virus are highly unstable and mutate. Therefore, until the end of 2019, the credo of virology, which can be read in any textbook, was: Firstly, never vaccinate in a pandemic, this increases the number of mutations and leads to even greater problems. Second: Viruses become milder and milder over time, but more contagious. This is also logical, because a virus cannot continue to multiply in a killed host, it would extinguish itself evolutionarily. Third: Vaccination against strongly mutating viruses is generally not possible.
Scientists like Prof. Bhakdi have devoted their lives to researching and teaching these viruses, their harmful effects – and the possibility of defending themselves against them. From the start, they conveyed hope that the truth about the pandemic, the uselessness of the measures, but also the “vaccines” used against it would prevail. Now they are out of their own camp abused and labeled as a scammer.
The largely semi- or illiterate virus deniers who follow their guru’s confused teachings are now attacking these scientists – and anything and anyone who doesn’t bow to their opinions. That alone shows they are up to no good. Those who are unable to accept other opinions or listen to the arguments of others without judgment are part of the problem, not the solution. Splits in the resistance benefit the system. Advocates of compulsory vaccination and other measures are now laughing up their sleeves, because a divided resistance is playing into their hands. Unfortunately, it is a general problem of the zeitgeist not to simply let other opinions stand – you always have to be right and everyone has to compulsively agree with you.
How to recognize the misinformation of the virus denier cult?
Virus deniers’ arguments are flimsy. They repeat the same standing sentences and linguistic tricks over and over again. As a rule, those who think differently are asked to provide evidence to refute their theses. If two people face each other who have no training in the field of biology or related topics, such a conversation is of course completely pointless. The gentlemen we had to deal with only had a basic education of sorts and generally rejected academic knowledge as meaningless. A court case about the measles virus, for example, served as the basis for their fundamentally false claims.
It is claimed that in this trial the cult guru proved that there was no measles virus. In fact, however, he has offered prize money of 100,000 euros if the exact size of a measles virus is proven to him in a single specialist work, which must also come from the RKI and contain further conditions. However, he was presented with six such works that did not come from the RKI – so the courts decided in the last instance that he did not have to pay the prize money for formal reasons. The statement stated that the award was intentionally formulated as unattainable right from the start and the writer was never concerned with finding the truth.
One of the fuzzy theories of the cult guru, who in his book titles and content probably just barely misses the Holocaust belittling, is the central claim that nature would only do good. Any child who has ever observed nature will scratch their heads. Nature is a constant struggle for survival and the fittest win and prevail. EIt is a completely naïve, unworldly wishful thinking that guides the theses of this gentleman and his religious community. Another theory where the fun stops is the claim that the HI virus doesn’t exist. This thesis can certainly be pursued and scientifically proven or disproved. But the justification is hair-raising: the invention of an HI virus was supposedly intended to cover up a mass murder of homosexuals who were being subjected to medical experiments that ultimately led to their death.
Inadmissible simplifications and derivations
Just because there are countless inconsistencies surrounding the alleged SARS-CoV-2 virus does not mean that there are no viruses at all. An example:
If you see a light blinking in the sky and someone proves to you that it’s an airplane, it doesn’t mean that all the other lights in the sky are airplanes too. This is exactly how the psychosect of virus deniers argues. And she gets away with it partly because no normal person has the equipment at home to look up what’s happening on the microscopic scale. Just as you don’t usually carry a telescope with you on an evening walk to determine whether a light in the sky is an airplane or a star.
We don’t have time for division
We can only give you one piece of advice: Don’t be misled by splitters and dabblers who act solely out of their own financial interests. The real problems we all face every day are far more important and urgently need to be solved. Don’t get bogged down in lunatics that will bring you only mild smiles from all those to be won over to the Resistance. We have no time for such crazy things. I absolutely believe that there are also virus deniers and that they are allowed to express their opinion in the course of freedom of expression. What doesn’t work is militancy and the sole claim to (divine) truth. Once these people start attacking, swearing, and oppressing others, the fun stops. And at that point you have to leave them all alone until they fight each other.