E, my position at this moment is that I’m a lay person, simply not knowledgeable enough about current virology doctrine, and especially about current allegedly-experimental practices, to be able to judge where things stand.
Clearly, though, there are serious challenges to current orthodoxy by people whose knowledge and credibility seem persuasive. Cogent questions are being asked, to which the gocos (guardians of current orthodoxy) are not providing adequate answers.
The whole field seems also to be heavily contaminated with ‘scientific’ careersworths and money-grubbing shysters, the latter of whom I think - frankly - should be viewed as criminal gangsters; the people whom I characterise as the Big Pharma bourloids - after Bourla, the gic currently heading Pfizer. There are also avowed ‘scientists’ - people like Fauci, Daszak, etc. - who seem to me to belong also in the frankly-criminal category.
Thus, I have to take the stance for now of - as usual - open-minded scepticism: I’m not convinced that virus dogma holds up against serious, thoroughgoing scrutiny.
I suppose I should add too that, both temperamentally, and from past experience and study, I’m definitely inclined towards Zach Bush’s alternative description of what we’re taught to think of as dangerous-enemy micro-organisms, as in fact being benign and essential messenger-exosomes, inherent and necessary parts of the whole ecology of the evolutionary process.
These messengers don’t need to be treated with fear and avoidance, I suspect, by those who have taken care to maintain their full bodymindspirit health.
Instead, welcome the exosomes as carriers of useful information-with-samples which they bring to our personal immune systems, for their further refinement on how to deal with new evolutionary developments. It’s well observed that when ‘new pathogens’ are supposedly about, some get ill, but plenty don’t. I suspect this is all to do with the health of the individual’s terrain, rather than the supposed pathogenicity of the exosomes; the so-called ‘deadly germs’. If you’re robustly well, you can receive their messages and process them with no more than scarcely-noticed rufflings of your normal state of well-feeling.
This has certainly been my personal experience with alleged pathogenic microbes, over many years: I just don’t get ill; not with flus/colds, nor in previous more robust years with the supposed dangers - for example - of travelling in India, completely unvaxed against the supposed killer endemics there. Never caused me any bother, I believe because of the heterodox health regimen that I follow.
It’s important to note too, following my contention that health-maintenance pervades all aspects of our being, body, mind and immortal soul, that one should repudiate the constant urging to be afraid of ‘killer bugs’. My response to the deluge of fear-porn poured over us during the pseudopandemic has been one of scornful rejection. I just don’t buy it. I never felt any of the panic which so many around me were exhibiting during the first lie-tsunami in 2020. I occupy a subtly-different universe. I am indeed pretty convinced, from long experience, both my own and that of similarly like-minded friends, that fear and panics are deleterious to health. Mind-state, particularly belief-systems, affects health substantially.
All this said, I still reckon that such things as basic hygiene and cleanliness are essential parts of prudent lifestyles, along with good food, good housing, good environments, decent, spirit-expanding life-prospects, and so on: the essential components of lives well lived.
These are the true sources of lifelong good health, I think - well indicated I suggest by the way that scourge illnesses of previous times were retreating substantively under their effects before the advent of the vaccines which were and still are alleged to have banished the scourges. Polio is a key indicator here: in fact already dying back becaused of improve public health provisions, and especially under the influence of the mega-dose vitC treatment that pioneer maverick doctors were demonstrating, before the Salk vaccines were available. (Andrew Saul’s ‘Doctoryourself.com’ website has the lowdown on all that.)
Thanks to such disciplines - and also in no small part to my genetic inheritance from my sturdy-peasant ancestors - I’ve enjoyed unfailingly good health all my long life.
These are the reasons why I’m inclined to doubt current virology theory.