The first assumption of all these modelers who sold “flatten the curve” to all the politicians… they all believed that the virus was new. Of course it’s kind of a new virus, but many parts of the virus are not new, it’s a relative, it has other coronaviruses that are relatives.
I had a problem with the flatten the curve, but I went along with it, I must say, to my own shame, because they said “or else the collateral damage that arises is too big, because oh the hospitals will be overrun…” everybody knows this story. And I went along with this. But then, all over Europe, the curve came down, and independent of whether there was a harsh lockdown or not. Whatever a country did, didn’t matter—the curves were coming down. So that means that all the model calculators, the epidemiologists with their self-made computer programs—that was basically bullshit because there was a basic immunity there. The virus had not a chance to infect everybody. The virus very often stumbled over people who were immune.
That is until today the most panic-inducing principle, namely that most media still speak about “today we had so and so many new infections”. Which is totally not true. A virus is a particle, it goes to everybody. So if somebody is immune, the virus also goes into this body, and it will multiply—even a little bit. But if you’re immune, you attack the virus first with antibodies and you make immediately debris, the virus is destroyed, you have only parts of the virus around in your tissue, or in your blood… you will find this debris, and part of this debris will be RNA. And if you make a PCR, all these people will be positive, because the PCR picks up sometimes only one tiny little piece of RNA that is then amplified. And this assay cannot tell you whether you have the virus, or if you just have some dead chunk of the virus which still gives you a positive result. So corona positive with a PCR—everybody should realize this is not a quantitative assay, it is a qualitative assay. It tells you only if a tiny little bit of nucleic acid was there, but it doesn’t tell you whether it was the complete virus, or even a virulent virus… this test only tells you that a little piece was there.
No other virus, ever, on this planet has been accompanied by so much testing, and so much testing that has created so much nonsense and panic.
Professor Stadler goes on to say that the de facto immunity before Sars-CoV-2’s arrival, based on T-cell response to other coronaviruses, is probably around 80%. Listen to the full interview on the Fat Emperor podcast here: https://thefatemperor.com/ep91-emeritus-professor-of-immunology-reveals-crucial-viral-immunity-reality/