A South African and fellow trooper recently took the initiative to prank-call contact the country’s three major medical laboratories:

  • Lancet,
  • PathCare, and
  • Ampath.

The prank call

It was straightforward:

  • could he get a PCR test for the alleged Delta variant due to work-related travel obligations?

(Un)surprisingly, all three laboratories conceded that they were unable to test for this particular variant.

Virus isolation

The reason, in my view, is that variants don’t exist outside of a computer model, just like the supposed SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t exist outside of a computer model. In other words, as Christine Massey showed, SARS-CoV-2 has never been isolated and shown to cause any disease.

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

If SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t exist in the real world, then neither do its variants.

Back to the phone call

One lady, hilariously, even seemed perplexed by the question.

This raises questions about the claims made by the government and media regarding the prevalence of the Delta variant. How can anybody believe that they have contracted this apparent variant when the labs themselves are not equipped to identify it?

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests are used to detect and identify the presence of genetic material from specific organisms within a human body. The test amplifies a tiny segment of genetic material.

They tell us absolutely nothing about viruses or infection, as clarified by PCR inventor, Kary Mullis.

A study authored by over twenty scientists, titled Corman-Drosten et al., Eurosurveillance 2020 elucidates why PCR tests are ineffective for diagnosing COVID-19.

Which means that:

  • The major medical labs in South Africa cannot test for the apparent Delta variant.
  • PCR tests are ineffective for diagnosing COVID-19.
  • The government and media’s claims about the Delta variant are nonsense.
  • The use of PCR tests for COVID-19 is inconsistent with their non-use for influenza.
  • The disappearance of influenza raises questions about current testing methods.

Put another way, variants – like Delta – can’t be tested for because they are not real. And if they can’t be tested for, then how can anybody claim that they ‘have Delta’?

It’s all fear porn and ignorance. Too many people blindly believe what they are told.

Take a listen to the phone calls.

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