Christine Massey is, in her own words, an ordinary person.

Which isn’t true.

She is an extraordinary person and, more specifically, a former Canadian biostatistician who has been collecting freedom of information requests from around the world, showing that nobody, anywhere, has isolated SARS-CoV-2.

Which means that, if SARS-CoV-2 hasn’t been isolated, then:

  • it can’t be claimed that COVID-19 is a disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, and therefore,
  • it can’t be claimed that COVID-19 is real (or anything other than a rebranding of typical flu systems).

What is virus isolation?

Virus isolation is the process of separating a virus from other components and growing it in a controlled environment, such as a laboratory.

Portion of a paper cited by the Australian Department Of Health.

This technique allows scientists to study the virus, understand its characteristics, and develop diagnostic tests, treatments, and vaccines™.

If they can’t isolate SARS-CoV-2, then they can’t make claims about human-to-human transmission.

This is standard empiricism.

It’s like saying there are goblins that are destroying the plants in my garden but I refuse to show evidence of their existence; instead, I show the damaged plants and claim it’s because of goblins.

SARS has not been isolated

According to Christine, every institution (that she has approached) has come up short in producing or citing even one record that describes the isolation (also known as purification) of the alleged SARS-CoV-2 virus taken directly from a patient sample that hasn’t been mixed with other genetic material. (These other materials usually include monkey kidney cells, commonly referred to as ‘Vero’ cells, and fetal bovine serum.)

Once the expected Cytopathogenic effect (cell death) is seen in the Petri dish, virologists claim a ‘virus’ been ‘isolated’.

Microbes are nothing, the terrain is everything.

Antoine Béchamp

They refer to it as ‘subtraction through addition’.

And then give you computer-rendered images.

Since they can’t isolate viruses, they draw them with CGI

As of 1 March 2023, 213 institutions and offices across 40 countries have responded.

In addition, authors of studies claiming SARS-CoV-2 isolation have also weighed in.

None has provided or pointed to any records confirming actual SARS-CoV-2 isolation or purification.




To be clear, the process of virus isolation involves several steps.

  • A sample is collected from an infected individual, such as a blood sample, respiratory secretions, or tissue biopsy.
  • The sample is treated to remove any unwanted substances, like cells and debris, leaving behind the virus particles.
  • The isolated virus is then introduced to a suitable host cell, where it can multiply, replicate and cause illness.

However, these steps have never happened in reality and no randomised controlled trial (RCT) exists.

More specifically, SARS-CoV-2 has never been isolated and, as a result, shown to exist.


The primary cause of disease is in us, always in us.

Antoine Béchamp

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