The panic surrounding Covid-19 is based on a test pandemic: Critical experts have been warning of this for more than two years. Authorities around the world turned a deaf ear and ennobled the PCR test as “gold standard“ of infection detection – although that is grossly wrong. Now, in response to a query, an Australian authority has finally admitted that the validity of the PCR test is actually close to zero.
Based on the assertion that every person with a positive corona test automatically represents a “danger” and must be isolated accordingly, the tests became the pacemaker of everyday life worldwide. A positive PCR test means quarantine regardless of the state of health – in the case of unvaccinated people in Germany even loss of wages. Numbers of allegedly “infected” also serve to justify massive restrictions and measures that not only damage mental and physical health, but also destroy professional livelihoods.
In fact, PCR tests are a standard procedure in the diagnosis of viruses. However, the claim that this is the “most reliable method” to clarify an acute infection with SARS-CoV-2 is simply wrong: A PCR test checks for the presence of genetic material from a virus in a sample – and not for whether an infection is actually present. The test does not distinguish between living or active and dead and therefore inactive virus material. The risk of false positive results is high. Scientists have been complaining about this since more than two years.
Australian authority admits lack of meaningfulness – more than two years too late
Well, much too late, the Australian Medicines Agency has deigned to respond to a critical question from Queensland Liberal National Party Senator Gerard Rennick, finally confirming this fact. The Senator writes on Facebook:
It took a long time to get this answer, but the TGA [Anmk: Therapeutic Goods Administration] has finally admitted that the PCR test does not distinguish between a live and a dead virus. Which raises the question of why a positive result is not verified by a blood test. Federal and state bureaucrats need to start taking quality assurance more seriously. Especially when inaccurate results cost people their lives and existence.
This is the relevant document:
Question: Does the PCR test tell the difference between live and dead virus?
Answer: PCR remains the benchmark test for diagnosing COVID-19 infection. While PCR tests are highly sensitive and detect the genetic material of the SARs-CoV-2 virus, they cannot distinguish between live and dead virus. The amount of virus in the upper respiratory tract of a patient infected with SARS-CoV-2 increases over several days before the onset of symptoms to peak around the time of the onset of COVID-19 illness and then decreases in the first week of illness away. People with the virus often become PCR negative towards the end of the first week of COVID-19 illness, but some remain PCR positive for several weeks. Sometimes, when the virus is dead and no longer replicating, viral genetic fragments can be detected by PCR and give weakly positive results. Even dead viruses are quickly eliminated from the body and excreted in the stool.
The attempts to excuse themselves with phrases like “sometimes” and “weakly positive results” are obvious – obviously one cannot claim at this point to have tried to prevent false positive results by using the lowest possible CT values. Commentators on social networks are still surprised by so much truth. As one user writes:
So the TGA is starting to tell some of the truth? I wonder why? Can we get the ABC or other MSM to report this so that the general public will be aware of the lies that have been told?
Critical experts and (opposition) politicians worldwide are now calling for the establishment of committees of inquiry to investigate the crimes committed by the authorities during the “pandemic years” and to hold those responsible accountable. Meanwhile, however, significant parts of the population are still fear-driven as a result of the propaganda and regard masks, tests and constant vaccinations as necessary to survive everyday life…