Sam Bailey is a New Zealand medical doctor who has been the subject of “controversy” due to her (absolutely correct) views on COVID-19 and vaccines.

In 2021, the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) received complaints about her (YouTube) videos and launched an investigation. In November 2021, the MCNZ found that Sam had “breached the Code of Conduct for Registered Medical Practitioners” and suspended her licence for six months.

A screenshot from ‘2020: The Year Medicine Lost Contact

Don’t you dare speak out!

Bailey became a vocal critic of the mass censorship of dissenting views (like mine and many of my guests).

Paradoxically, her voice became a target of suppression.

PCR tests are rubbish

To be clear, she was right about COVID-19 tests being unreliable.

A PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test is a commonly used molecular diagnostic tool in medicine and research. It is primarily designed to detect and amplify specific DNA or RNA sequences present in a sample.

It does not identify a virus and it does not provide information about the infectivity or the clinical condition of the individual being tested.

Which is precisely what PCR inventor, Kary Mullis, said and verified by over 20 scientists in the Corman-Drosten Review.

Virus Mania

Virus Mania – by Torsten Engelbrecht, Claus Köhnlein, Samantha Bailey, and Stefano Scoglio – challenges the mainstream narrative on infections like COVID-19, AIDS, and more.

Virus Mania, the book

The book argues that the fear spread by reports of these diseases is baseless, questioning the existence and lethal nature of the so-called viruses.

It criticises the use of antibody tests and PCR in virus detection, and delves into alternative causes for diseases such as pharmaceuticals, pollution, and stress.

The book has over 1,400 scientific references.

They highlight the financial interests of drug companies and the media’s role in sensationalising disease coverage.

It’s a fantastic book and was pivotal in shifting my views into a new paradigm.

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