Questioning the Mainstream Narrative

I’m not here to challenge your view of what is happening in the world right now. But if you are already questioning whether this is all quite right, read on. Personally, I have some doubts about the truth of the widely accepted narrative.

Before we go on, here’s a lighthearted look at the virus jumping a 2m gap

There seem to be a few different alternative viewpoints.

We’re overreacting

The first is that yes, CoVid19 is a new virus, but it’s nowhere near as bad as people think. The current level of panic is totally unnecessary and almost definitely counter productive. The NZ Government has gone too hard, too fast.

As of 12 April, over 400 of the 1300+ confirmed and suspected cases in NZ have recovered. On the other hand, only 4 people have died in NZ, all people already at risk, who could easily have died this winter from old age, their current conditions or a seasonal flu or pneumonia. Simon Wallace, chief executive of the Aged Care Association, said the death of two rest home residents was a “tragedy waiting to happen”. “The real tragedy in these two people who have died at Burwood … is the families couldn’t be there in their last days of life. And that’s a great shame.”

I would probably go a bit stronger, and say that it’s a great cruelty that was absolutely unnecessary.

There are hoards of articles about this, here’s just one which makes a lot of sense to me.

This open letter to NZ MPs, by Barbara McKenzie says that lock down will prove to be a disastrous error. Among the points she covers:

  • The vast majority of people testing positive for COVID-19 show few or no symptoms.
  • Oxford University researchers assessed of the fatality rate for the virus in the UK as around 0.002 percent, far lower than the seasonal flu. Those who die from COVID-19 are already vulnerable.
  • So protect the vulnerable but allow healthy people to develop herd immunity.
  • Closing the schools prevents the children from quickly becoming immune. This doesn’t flatten the curve, it elongates it.
  • On March 23, the World Health Organization reported that COVID-19 was in fact spreading slower, not faster, than influenza by a factor of about 50%. Moreover, pre-symptomatic transmission appeared to be much lower with COVID-19 than with influenza.

It’s an evil plan

The next viewpoint is that CoVid19 is a new virus, and it’s nowhere near as bad as people think. But the overreaction to it is deliberate, not accidental. It’s getting us used to martial law, and being told what to do. This may be a load of old nonsense. But the fact remains that in NZ we are under a state of emergency and our civil liberties are strictly limited.  I wouldn’t object to that for a disease that really is killing large numbers of the general population. But we’ve already established that is not the case, here in NZ anyway. So where is the emergency we are in a state of?

I will remain open minded (but neither fearful nor militant!) on this one.

Viruses are not what we think they are

The last theory is this one that I’m having some trouble getting my mind around. It’s quite a change to my belief system. But a number of people I respect seem to have some good supporting information, so I want to start to understand it. This theory is that viruses are not actually contagious. What they are really is our body’s attempt to detox from some other assault. I’ll let Sally Fallon explain it to you – Is CoVid actually contagious?

And, going back in time to the 19th century, let’s remember the debate between Louis Pasteur and Antoine Bechamp. Pasteur proposed the germ theory which persists to this day. Bechamp (whose early work Pasteur borrowed from) maintained that the health of the patient was much more important. They had a bitter rivalry, but on his deathbed Pasteur is reputed to have said “The microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything.”

I’m not a biochemist, so can’t tell you if the below graphic is true, but what if it was? Wouldn’t that turn our understanding on it’s head?


Whichever theory is right, the actions we can take are basically the same

I don’t know who Katie LaMonte is, but I like what she wrote:

“If you believe this virus is spread human to human, the antidote is building the immune system with eating plants & natural medicines and sitting in nature alone or with your immediate family, soaking up vitamin d & sunshine

If you believe that this virus is symptoms of 5G exposure, then the antidote is sitting in nature, connecting to Mother Earth, building your immunity with eating plants and natural medicines – submerge yourself in water & dirt

If you believe that this is all a hoax and you just need to sit back while Q saves us all, then the answer is sitting in nature, build a garden for the new earth, commune with God, eat plants & natural medicines that strengthen your connection and open your channel to the new earth frequency ~ ascend with her

If you believe the economy is collapsing, and authoritarian dictatorship is imminent, the most radical thing you can do in protest is build a garden, releasing dependency on the system

If you believe that Mother Earth is mad at us and purging the human race, the answer is go outside and listen, build a garden, align with her

The answer is always nature. Always.

We do not have to argue about the why. The antidote is obvious. Alignment with the mother, with our source of nurturance. Remembering everything we use and need comes from her. Give thanks. Humble. Slow down. Observe. Listen.”

Other lockdown resources: Lockdown 2020 overviewBuilding good immunity ~ Resources for kids & familiesExercise routinesKeep your mind activeKeeping our spirits up and finding joy ~ Finding Purpose ~ Questioning the Mainstream Narrative ~ Sessions with Deb ~ Nature Foods