Since March of last year, the Trends Journal has published numerous articles revealing the flawed nature of the PCR test, what the CDC has been calling the “gold standard” test for identifying those infected with COVID.
Highlights include: 

  • According to The New York Times article of 29 August, “In three sets of testing data that include cycle thresholds, compiled by officials in Massachusetts, New York and Nevada, up to 90 percent of people testing positive carried barely any virus,” a review by the Times found.
  • Last September, a Portuguese appeals court used the evidence of the flawed PCR Test to order the release of four German tourists who were forcibly quarantined after one of them tested positive. 
  • The Center for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) published on 17 September the following critique of the PCA test for identifying those with infectious rates of the coronavirus: ‘A PCR test might find the virus it was looking for. This results in a PCR positive, but a crucial question remains: is this virus active, i.e. infectious or virulent? The PCR alone cannot answer this question… if the PCR detects the virus in the human sample, this detection might correspond to a virus that is now incapable of infecting cells and reproducing.’”

Here are links to several of our articles:
Adding to the concerns about the flawed “gold standard” test, a Belgian physician specializing in critical care, Dr. Pascal Sacre, wrote an article published on several websites titled, “The COVID-19 RT-PCR Test: How to Mislead All Humanity. Using a Test to Lock Down Society.”
Dr. Sacre begins with the statement, “It is time for everyone to come out of this negative trance, this collective hysteria, because famine, poverty, massive unemployment will kill, mow down many more people than SARS-CoV-2!”
Like a number of the other medical professionals cited in previous Trends Journal articles, Dr. Sacre points out that political leaders and their health “experts” have been extensively using the flawed, hyper-inflated rates of infection based on the PCR test to justify the unprecedented global lockdowns.
The basic premise for the lockdowns is that a “positive PCR test proves a person can spread COVID-19.” But, as the ample evidence highlighted above using sources ranging from The New York Times to the Portuguese Appeals Court shows, this equation is false, as a large number of those said to test “positive” showed virus amplifications so small they were not infectious.
Dr. Sacre refers to one of the most damning critiques of the PCR test in a medical study published on 13 August in Eurosurveillance, Europe’s journal on infectious disease, epidemiology, prevention, and control. The study states:
Understanding the duration of infectiousness in persons who test positive for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is critical to developing evidence-based public health policies on isolation, contact tracing, and return to work. Virus detection by reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR) from respiratory samples is widely used to diagnose and monitor SARS-CoV-2 infection and, increasingly, to infer infectivity of an individual. However, RT-PCR does not distinguish between infectious and non-infectious virus.”
As Dr. Sacre writes, the significant misuse of this test,justifies all restrictive government measures: isolation, confinement, quarantine, mandatory masks, color codes by country and travel bans, tracking, social distances in companies, stores and even, even more importantly, in schools.”
TRENDPOST: Despite the proof of failing government dictates to win the COVID War, politicians continue to impose lockdowns, business closures, travel restrictions, social distancing, mask-wearing mandates, etc., that have destroyed millions of businesses and hundreds of millions of lives and livelihoods across the globe. 
Completely ignored in the media and banned by politicians are the facts of who is dying from the virus and why, as well as natural healing health recommendations to build up immune systems by eating healthy, vitamin therapy, etc. Indeed, such recommendations would be censored or debased by a media that makes billions running Big Pharma’s “get drug-addicted” drug ads. 

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