COVID (“C”) Situation: My Thoughts and Personal Comments

COVID (“C”) Situation: My Thoughts and Personal Comments

 from the desk of  Bill_of_Rights

July 1, 2020  — There is currently a global push to identify everyone with C, via a worldwide testing program. Here’s the problem:

Quotes from the website:

A positive test result shows you might have antibodies from an infection with the virus that causes COVID-19. However, there is a chance a positive result means that you have antibodies from an infection with a virus from the same family of viruses (called coronaviruses), such as the one that causes the common cold. … You might test positive for antibodies even if you have never had symptoms of COVID-19. This can happen if you had an infection without symptoms, which is called an asymptomatic infection. Regardless of whether you test positive or negative, the results do not confirm whether or not you are able to spread the virus that causes COVID-19. … COVID-19 should be reported on the death certificate for all decedents where the disease caused or is assumed to have caused or contributed to death.

If you search medical websites and ask about the accuracy of C tests, in so many words, they all indicate that “… All tests can potentially result in false positives and false negatives …” for a variety of reasons.

So, we have been informed, by the CDC itself – that testing can be inaccurate and unreliable, because neither a positive nor a negative result is confirmatory for the presence or absence of C. Moreover, when certifying cause-of-death, lab tests are NOT required.

In cases where comorbidity is involved in the death, COVID is often assumed to have caused or contributed to death. Thus, the deaths are being labeled as COVID deaths on death certificates, even if another condition or conditions were the more dominant cause.

Here’s my problem as it affects me: let’s say I have no symptoms – that I’m asymptomatic.  Maybe I’m asymptomatic today, because I don’t have C; but how about tomorrow? Maybe tomorrow, I contract C, but I remain asymptomatic. Be this the case, then maybe I’m a “carrier” of C. Let’s say, I never EVER become symptomatic. In that case, I would be a source of infection to everyone, without knowing it.

Now here’s my dilemma: if I NEVER develop symptoms, do I get tested every day for the rest of my life to ascertain whether I really don’t have it, or whether the day has finally arrived when I did contract it? How would I know, unless I get tested every day? But what if the testing gives me a false-positive or a false-negative? If I never develop symptoms, do I have it or not? If I never develop symptoms, how do I confirm that I have it? If I never have symptoms, I have to keep getting tested, but I can never prove that I don’t have it. Do you see how circular and unresolvable this problem is?

In actuality, I’m never sick. I’m 72-years-old and I’ve never had symptoms of flu or pneumonia, or any type of major contagious disease. I can’t even remember the last time I had a cold. I take no medications and no vaccines.

How can I resolve my dilemma: What if I’ve been walking around my entire life with all kinds of infectious diseases for which I’m asymptomatic? What if I’m a carrier of HIV, SARS, EBOLA, INFLUENZA, MERS, or COVID? What if I’ve been unknowingly infecting people? Now what?

Should I get tested for every infectious virus known to man (there are thousands of them)? If I do, should I trust the test results when they’re admittedly unreliable? Should I stay in my house for the rest of my life? I certainly don’t want to unknowingly be infecting all of humanity.

Oh, what a curse! I was always so proud of being healthy. I thought I was doing well to exercise regularly and to not use alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or medications of any type. I thought it was good that I had a strong immune system. But, that’s actually bad for the rest of humanity. I’m the dreaded asymptomatic person.

Now, should I be selfish and go outside? What should I do about breathing in public? Should I be unselfish and wear a mask for the rest of my life? Or, heaven help me – should I be selfish, go outside, and breathe without a mask, or even inadvertently get closer than 6 feet to someone, while breathing?

If only I weren’t so damned healthy! Then I wouldn’t be burdened with being an unknowing potential CARRIER of diseases – a source of infection to my fellow humans. Just as bad, my wife and my brother (age 73) also carry this same burden. They are extremely healthy and take no medications. They might also be the dreaded carriers. Should they be unselfish and stay home, too. Maybe, we should all get tested, daily; or just stop breathing. I’m sure that’s what the mask-wearers would like for us to do. Oh, my! Whatever should we do?

By the way, I’ve never even had a headache! But I am a carrier! Just ask my wife!

Here is the greater problem for humanity:

(1) People who test positive for C are a threat.

(2) People who test negative for C are a threat, because (a) their test might have given a false-negative result, or (b) they could potentially contract C at any moment after the test.

(3) People who are asymptomatic or don’t get tested are a threat.

FOLKS, that’s everyone on the planet!

Everyone in the world is a potential threat! What a bonanza for tyrants, oppressors, and other control-freak politicians. All 8 billion people are a threat and need to be controlled. Presto! Government has a plan. It’s called “contact tracing” – a way to surveil and monitor anyone and everyone. No warrant needed, no right to privacy allowed. Creator-given rights be damned. We are in a state of disaster or emergency and this is for public safety. Constitution be damned. You have no rights!

This is the greatest plan, EVER, for the sociopathic tyrants, whose reason-to-be in life is to dominate and control humans. They are intra-species predators! They are EVIL!

If we allow this worldwide power-takeover to occur, then we deserve everything we will get – pandemic human suffering, slavery, and death. That will be the real global pandemic!

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1 year ago

I love this one! Very practical for even the imbecile, lol. I will share this with f & f. thank you!