Will Draconian Made-in-the-USA Flu/Covid Policies Exceed Star Trek in 2022?
by Stephen Lendman
Will hegemon USA and its subservient vassal states go beyond the worst of where they went before in the new year?
Worse than any previous imperial regimes with delusions of grandeur?
Will they push things for confrontation with Russia, China, Iran and/or other nations free from their control?
Will they stage another 9/11 false flag to unjustifiably justify aggression on multiple fronts — including at home against ordinary Americans more ruthlessly than already?
Will flu/covid related policies reach new heights of draconian extremism?
Will kill shot refuseniks be ferreted out, rounded up, and involuntarily interned under Guantanamo-type conditions — indefinitely?
Will due process and judicial fairness no longer protect them or anyone else?
Self-administered at-home tests for flu/covid are unacceptably hazardous.
Replacing invalid PCR (polymerase chain reaction) ones in the new year, will they deliver false positive results in a new way?
New procedure, same or similar results with a warning?
Microbiologist/immunologist Sucharit Bhakdi MD explained that their toxicity aside, flu/covid jabs are incorrectly administered.
Injections into the muscle of an arm cannot effectively protect mucous membranes from infection, he explained.
Yet nurses and others jab this way.
Given the above reality, how can ordinary Americans — with no medical knowhow — be expected to perform a diagnostic test on themselves correctly for an accurate result?
How can they do it safely without self-inflicting harm?
With attribution to John Rappoport, self-administered, at-home tests pose potentially serious unexplained dangers.
Make no mistake.
What can go wrong, surely will.
The Abbott Binax test kit "contains a harmful chemical," according to an FDA document, adding:
"If the solution contacts the skin or eye, flush with copious amounts of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice…"
The harmful chemical is sodium azide.
According to CDC Facts About Sodium Azide:
It's "a rapidly acting, potentially deadly chemical that exists as an odorless white solid."
It "prevents the cells of the body from using oxygen."
"When this happens, the cells die."
It's "more harmful to the heart and the brain than to other organs, because the heart and the brain use a lot of oxygen."
Eager to self-test at home with a kit containing a hazardous to health chemical if gets on skin or in one or both eyes?
Eager to do it despite a potential or likely false result?
Eager to play Russian roulette with a dangerous chemical, especially with no training on how to perform the at-home test safely and accurately?
How's this FDA explanation that's guaranteed to make most users' eyes glaze over if read through it, saying the following:
"To perform the test, an anterior nasal swab specimen is collected by the patient, then 6 drops of extraction reagent from a dropper bottle are added to the top hole of the swab well."
"The patient sample is inserted into the test card through the bottom hole of the swab well, and firmly pushed upwards until the swab tip is visible through the top hole."
"The swab is rotated 3 times clockwise and the card is closed, bringing the extracted sample into contact with the test strip."
"Test results are interpreted visually at 15 minutes based on the presence or absence of visually detectable pink/purple colored lines."
Medically trained individuals would reflect on the above carefully before beginning to administer the test — to be sure it's done correctly and safely.
Chances of something going wrong when administered by someone with no medical training are too great to risk.
Even if performed accurately, results are likely to be misleading or inaccuate.
According to the FDA, the test "does not differentiate between SARS-CoV and SARS…CoV-2."
The alleged SARS-CoV-2 virus claimed responsible for causing flu/covid doesn't exist. It was never found despite years of laboratory analysis.
A positive at-home test result, if accurate, could be for something unrelated to flu/covid.
What's going on?
For the past two years, PCR tests were performed by others on individuals getting them.
Results when positive were nearly always false because of administering them at cycles of 30 or higher.
PCR inventor Kary Mullis explained that "(q)uantitative PCR is an oxymoron," adding:
"Anyone can test positive for practically anything with a PCR test, if you run it long enough."
At cycle thresholds above 30, they falsely diagnose healthy individuals as ill with flu/covid.
"PCR is a process," Mullis explained. "It does not tell you that you are sick."
The new made-in-the-USA scheme in the new year appears to be for the unwary to self-administer "fakery on themselves."
At the same time, they'll risk serious harm if the kit's hazardous chemical spills onto their skin or gets in an eye.
False positive PCR results are bad enough.
Self-administering a hazardous to health at-home test with no firsthand instruction on doing it it safely and accurately is playing fast and lose with what's too precious to lose.
And make no mistake.
When hazardous to health incidents occur, especially if widespread — including deadly ones — they'll go largely or entirely unreported by MSM.
Along with hazardous to health jabs, at-home tests are another way of getting maximum numbers of people to self-inflict harm.
Shun them to stay safe.