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Source: Verlag Thomas Kubo

It all started in the last century, with an ingenious idea and a record sum for a patent. In order for this investment to pay off many times over, the problem to solve was sought and found, among other things, in clinical virology.

This book traces the origins of the PCR test, which is now used worldwide, a test that also decides on fundamental rights restrictions worldwide. The author Illa uncovers the origins of the PCR test, names actors and profiteers and, with the help of original sources, proves that the establishment of the PCR test as the “gold standard” for identifying corona infections was anything but accidental.

The suitability of the PCR test is more than questionable. However, the fact that PCR cannot distinguish between a complete genome and fragments, between the ability and inability to replicate and therefore inevitably produces false-positive results in the context of an infectious disease is of no interest to a pharmaceutical giant when billions upon billions are at stake.

As long as PCR is used as senselessly as it is now, there will be no end to this situation, be it with this or any other virus. The well-established team is making an excellent living out of it and will continue to do so as long as they are allowed to. It also has an immense amount to lose if it becomes apparent what is being done to the PCR and to us.

With a contribution by Prof Ulrike Kämmerer

100 pp, 140 × 210 mm
ISBN: 978-3-96230-017-3 (PDF)
ISBN: 978-3-96230-018-0 (Softcover)

Appeared in April 2021 (PDF). Information on the softcover edition will be given shortly.

The PDF of the booklet can be downloaded for free.

Corona documents, edited by Artur Aschmoneit – Volume I

In cooperation with www.corodok.de

Publisher’s Note as PDF