The International Criminal Court – Fighting For the People (Part 2)


Armstrong Economics Blog/Corruption Re-Posted Dec 22, 2021 by Martin Armstrong

Looking further into the complaint filed with the International Criminal Court, we find additional examples of human rights abuses.

PCR Tests

Oxford University has discovered that PCR tests are so sensitive that they can detect old infections by tracking fragments of dead viral cells. “Originally developed to detect the presence of DNA and RNA in biological samples, even its Nobel Prize-winning inventor Kary Mullis declared that PCR was never intended to diagnose a disease,” the complaint states. Dr. Kary Mullis said that the PCR test can find “almost anything in anybody.” The PCR tests repeatedly cycle to find traces of viral RNA and are chemically amplified with each attempt. Public Health England stated that the PCR test threshold should be set around 25.6, and anything above means there is not enough evidence of the virus to deem a person ill.

Conclusion: PCR tests are often run 40-45 times to artificially increase the chance of a positive result.

Masks

The World Health Organization (WHO) previously admitted that there is no evidence available to indicate masks as an effective method of protecting healthy individuals. “In addition to hypoxia and hypercapnia, breathing through facemask residues bacterial and germ components on the inner and outside layer of the facemask. These toxic components are repeatedly breathed back into the body, causing self-contamination.” Furthermore, there is actually evidence that face masks can cause toxic particles to build within the mask. “Rebreathing contaminated air with high bacterial and toxic particle concentrations along with low O2 and high CO2 levels continuously challenge the body homeostasis, causing self-toxicity and immunosuppression.”

Conclusion: There is no evidence that masks are effective against the transmission of COVID-19; however, there is evidence that wearing masks can be toxic.

Alternative Treatments

There are numerous treatments for the coronavirus that are not offered to the population at large.

  • Hydroxychloroquine – 50% reduction in hospitalizations and death
  • Ivermectin – 70% reduction in deaths
  • Favipiravir – Approved only in Japan
  • Corticosteroids – 87% reduction in hospitalizations; 30% reduction in deaths
  • Colchicine – 25% reduction in hospitalization and deaths

Conclusion: Safe and effective treatments for the coronavirus exist but are not readily available.

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