Dr Peter McCullough – 5 things to understand about Covid

The ghouls of the propaganda machine of the Black Hats have now got it in for this distinguished American, Dr Peter McCullough, editor-in-chief of two medical journals and author of over 600 peer-reviewed publications in the US National Library of Medicine, more than 45 of them dedicated to Covid-19. Despite their shrill persecution he has a clear view to transmit.

He has five messages for us. These, given in this short interview, are:

1. The virus is not spread asymptomatically.  That is, only sick people give it to other people.  

2. We should stop testing symptomless people.  That just generates false positives – creating extra ‘cases’ and extra concerns.  ‘There shouldn’t be a single person on Earth that should undergo an asymptomatic test or a test done on a routine basis.  For any reason.  People ought to just walk past these testing stations.  They have absolutely no standing whatsoever.’ 

3. Natural immunity is robust, complete, and durable.  It cannot be improved by vaccination, or any other method.   A person who has developed immunity after exposure to the virus is at minimal risk of becoming seriously ill again from Covid.  Where apparent cases of that kind have been reported, a misinterpretation in the test procedure has been responsible.   

Even with loosely defined cases, 11 studies involving 650,000 individuals showed a long-term recurrence rate of only 0.2 per cent.  ‘Someone who is naturally immune can walk up to someone who has Covid-19, get a big cough in the face, and they are not going to get the illness.’ 

4. Covid-19, no matter what the variant, is easily treatable at home with simple, available drugs.  About 88 per cent of hospitalisation and death is avoidable with early treatment.  ‘The only way people end up in hospital and have a miserable time is when they receive no treatment.’ 

It’s easy to treat the illness early on, when the symptoms are mild.  It has three major components: Viral replication, inflammation, and thrombosis – blood clots.  Once these develop, they lower oxygen levels in the lungs and are hard to reverse. 

5. The current Covid vaccines – AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, and Moderna – are obsolete.  ‘They do not cover the new variants.  Patients are being hospitalised and getting sick, despite having the vaccines.’  And because of the record levels of deaths and injuries reported after the jabs, they should be considered ‘unsafe and unfit for human use.’ 

McCullough delivered this message originally posted on LifeSite News.  

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