Vaccination? The virus does not exist! (II)


Doctors administer drugs they know little about to patients they know less to cure illnesses they know nothing about.

Voltaire *


Through the purchased mainstream media, the masses have been led to believe that they are constantly under siege by an invisible enemy; hostile viruses or bacteria that want to enter the body from outside and make us sick, often until death. This threat from external germs is an almost unshakable belief in mainstream medical science.
This false belief in fear has its origins in one of the greatest fraudsters, liars and plagiarists in history. For personal prestige and wealth, he sold his soul to the devil with numerous victims in his wake.
With the help of the money from the elite world top he obtained the status he aspired to. In return, humanity was at the mercy of a Frankenstein monster; a monster so evil that, in 2021, it threatens all of humanity with the loss of its personal health, freedom and self-determination.
In the previous part it has been shown that the existence of the coronavirus has never been proven and cannot be proven. This section is about the underlying false virus or microbet theory based on large-scale fraud and deceit by persons disturbed.


The golden calf of the pill turners
The French microbiologist Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) is the father of microbe theory and the resulting practice of vaccination. This theory states that we are constantly attacked by all kinds of pathogenic external enemies such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. There is little we could do about this. An 'expert', a doctor can. He alone can kill these little terrorists with proprietary antibiotics, antiseptics, and most importantly, vaccines.

Behold: a billion dollar industry was born and Pasteur himself became rich, very rich: “The work helped him and his Pasteur Institute to become immensely rich” (The Independent, “Pasteur Told Lies about Vaccines", 14/02/93). The pharmaceutical industry followed closely.

The man behind 'the scientist' mask
This wealth, along with his political friends, gave Pasteur power and influence. In his ruthless ambition, he used people as pawns, but his own legacy turned out to be the ultimate masterstroke in the game of chess of the owners of this world. "Ambition was his motivation, and even before he had any triumph, his mind was firmly set on honor and glory." In doing so, he used people instrumentally with his “skill in making others praise him, while at the same time practicing 'self-criticism' in order to be able to apparently wrap himself in humility”, writes Ethel Douglas Hume as early as 1923 (p. 347, “).Béchamp or Pasteur, A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology”, Reissue in 2006, ISBN-10 0-9802976-0-5).

Pasteur was a popular public figure but not with everyone. The highly conscious looked right through his'Mask of Sanity'(PDF): “During his lifetime [he was] maligned and exposed by a few keen observers who saw through his pretensions” (p. 349, “Béchamp or Pasteur”). "He is also arrogant, ambitious, manipulative, opportunistic and downright dishonest when it serves his interests and his science," concludes Professor Gerald Geison, who researched his diaries (p. 884. Elisabeth Fee, New England Journal of Medicine, September 1995; "Book Review The Private Science of Louis Pasteur By Gerald L. Geison").

People were purely instrumental, his intentions not out of friendship or love. He dropped loyal people he could no longer use, while using others as a stepping stone: “In pursuit of success, he left behind an old friend who was not politically convenient for him, cultivated influential and powerful new supporters and married for social reasons. gain. ” (p. 885. Elisabeth Fee, New England Journal of Medicine).

The becoming of a Golden Child
Louis Pasteur came from a humble background. His father was a tanner. However, he would become the flag bearer of the family: the 'Golden Child'. Father Pasteur forced him to register for the Lyceum in Besançon, where he was a mediocre student. Pasteur's son-in-law writes: “When he attended the daily classes at Arbois College, he belonged only to the category of good average students” (p. 7 “The Life of Pasteur”, René Vallery-Radot, re-edition 1900).

As a student, Louis was also not a star. He was "mediocre and not specifically academic". Instead, he spent his time fishing and sketching (James J. Walsh (1913). “Louis Pasteur”. In Herbermann, Charles (ed.). Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company).

Pasteur's son-in-law René Vallery-Radot, also cleverly appointed by him as his biographer, writes in 1885 about his father on page 1 in “Louis Pasteur: his life and labor”:“ If one day you were just a teacher ['professor'] at the high school in Arbois I would be the happiest man on earth ”(p. 1. Original edition. London, Longmans, Green, & co. 1885).

While Louis was barely out of diapers, father already had grand visions: “… when his son was less than two years old [!!], his father already allowed himself to dream about the future like that”, continues Vallery-Radot (page 1). It wasn't about his father who. he was only over what he was. In short: it ideal environment to grow into a full-blooded narcissist.

Pasteur and the standard features of psychopathy
Pasteur reached his position with pathological lying, theft (plagiarism), falsifying experiments and manipulation. In order not to get caught up in his own lies, he cunningly kept a kind of 'shadow accounting'. In his legacy Pasteur ordered that the explosive content should never be made public. Pasteur's grandchild only donated in 1964 Louis Pasteur Vallery-Radot Pasteur's diaries and notes at the National Library in Paris, with the restriction that they could not be consulted until after the death in 1970 of this last male descendant. It was not until 1985 that the documents were cataloged (p. 3. Gerald L. Geison, (2014). The Private Science of Louis Pasteur. Princeton University Press. ISBN 978-1-4008-6408-9).

Professor Gerard L. Geison of Princeton University examined Pasteur's notes in more than one hundred laboratory notebooks at the National Library of Paris and found “striking and sometimes astonishing discrepancies” between these notes and Pasteur's publications. He wrote about this in 1995 “The Private Science of Louis Pasteur”. For example, it turned out that Pasteur lied about experiments and tests that were never carried out, that he secretly added substances to make an experiment work, and stole the discoveries of other scientists that he then presented as his. Pasteur was found to keep track of how much poison he administered to his control group that had not been vaccinated in order to 'prove' that his 'curative' vaccine worked. He also acted unethically by, for example, exposing a child to a rabies vaccine that he would have tried on hundreds of dogs, while the notebooks show that only a few animal experiments had been done (The Independent, 'Pasteur Told Lies about Vaccines', 14/02/93).

In addition, in experiments Pasteur was “Unimaginably insensitive to the suffering he caused,” says Ethel Douglas Hume (p. 348, “Béchamp or Pasteur).

Geison “discovers that Pasteur's success depended not only on his scientific talents, but also on his rhetorical skills and his willingness to hide every uncomfortable detail of his investigations. In some cases Pasteur's behavior can be labeled as self-paying, but in others it simply amounted to fraud. ” (p. 885, Elisabeth Fee, New England Journal of Medicine).

As is obvious with people like Ab Osterhaus, Marion Koopmans, Jaap van Dissel, Neil Fergusson, Anthony Fauci, Christian Drosten, a white coat and a university title in no way equate to integrity. Also not with Pasteur:

The combination of the above listed personal characteristics such as a lack of self-reflection, superficial charm and charisma, pathological lying, eloquence, wearing a 'mask' to conceal real intentions, cunning calculation, manipulation, haughty or grandiose, ambition, opportunism , a focus on power, prestige and personal gain at the expense of others, stealing or appropriating someone else's work and doing it as it is yours, misusing people as 'tools' for self-interest, defrauding, forging, mistreating animals and many more traits mentioned above and below, indicates a lack of conscience function and lack of empathy.

Conscience is the core of consciousness (soul), in English even contained in one word: 'conscience'. It is the compass for healthy people.

Listed characteristics are Piece by piece classic for persons with a psychopathic personality, as described in Professor Robert Hare and Paul Babiak's standard work on psychopathy “Snakes in Suits”. A phenomenon that, according to the boom in (internet) care providers and (-) self-help groups for victims of psychopathy, much and much more then the official channels would have us believe! Also among women and in equal proportion to men.

Pasteur's confrontation with the truth and truth seekers
Pasteur's greatest rival was the genius scientist Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908) for whom he harbored great jealousy. In various experiments, Béchamp had shown that diseases do not arise from external enemies such as microbes but from environmental factors. Humans themselves have a great influence on this. The cure does not depend on drugs produced by the pharmaceutical industry and is therefore not lucrative.

Béchamp saw life as a symbiotic whole in which microorganisms play a natural and crucial supporting role. A healthy and harmonious lifestyle allows the body to function without problems along with the trillions of microorganisms that surround and inhabit it. This is called the terrain theory or 'environmental theory'.

Van Béchamp's statement is: “Nothing is lost, nothing is created… everything is transformed. Nothing is the prey of death. Everything is the prey of life ” (quote after title page, “Béchamp or Pasteur”).

Pasteur, on the other hand, saw life, including his personal social life, as a 'survival of the fittest', an ongoing struggle for survival in which we are incessantly threatened by external enemies such as microbes that must therefore be disabled at any cost. This is called the germ theory or 'microbe theory'.

Contemporary and physician Dr. ML Leverson found in New York some of Béchamp's scientific treatises that preceded Pasteur's supposed "discoveries" but had been displayed by the latter as his. Leverson visited Béchamp in Paris, translated his neglected work into English and then rang the bell. After Béchamp's death, Leverson gave a lecture at the Claridges Hotel in London on May 25, 1911, in which he stated: "Pasteur's plagiarism of the discoveries of Béchamp - one of Béchamp's collaborators - runs through Pasteur's life and work" (p. 37, “Béchamp or Pasteur”).

Antoine Béchamp put no effort into rehabilitation or litigation. In retrospect, a correct attitude given Pasteur's conscience-less and empathy personality: a “racing car without brakes”, because without conscience nothing prevents you from deceit and manipulation. Of such persons you can't win.

"Truth, not self, was Béchamp's guide," concludes Ethel Douglas Hume in her extensively documented and detailed analysis of the scientific work of Pasteur and Béchamp (p. 349, "Béchamp or Pasteur"). He was a 'truthseeker', modest and not out for his own gain. The contrast between Pasteur and Béchamp could not be formulated more clearly by Hume in 1923 in this sense:

Pasteur's 'cult of the microbe' is a popular theory that the least scientific among us can easily understand: wealth and prosperity contribute to it, just as glory and fame became its part. Why should ambitious people imitate the self-sacrifice of truth seeker Béchamp, who died in his lonely apartment almost without any acknowledgment? ” (page 349).

Dr. Marie Nonclercq, is damning in her final judgment of Pasteur in relation to Béchamp. In the preface to her biography on Béchamp, she writes:

“He was a forger of experiments and their results, wanting the results to be favorable to his original ideas. The forgeries committed by Pasteur now seem unbelievable to us. However, upon closer examination, the facts turned out to be contrary to the ideas that Pasteur had developed in the field of bacteriology. Pasteur willfully ignored the work of Béchamp, one of the greatest 19de century French scientists whose considerable work in chemical synthesis, biochemistry, and infectious pathology today receives almost no recognition at all, because it was systematically faked and put down for the personal benefit of an illustrious person [Pasteur] who, in contrast, to Béchamp, had a special talent for publicity and for what we today call 'public relations' ”(page 3, Marie Nonclercq;“ Antoine Béchamp, 1816-1908: l'homme et le savant originalité et fécondité de son oeuvre. ”Paris : Maloine, 1982. ISBN 2224008546).

The Creation of Frankenstein's Monster
It did not take long for Pasteur's unbridled self-esteem, hunger for power and status to bear fruit. Rockefeller's investment adviser, Frederick T. Gates (1853-1923), saw opportunities to expand the oil magnate's influence and wealth by investing heavily in public health, thanks to Pasteur's microbet theory. Gates used Pasteur's 'scientific revolution' as arguing that reform of medical education would be 'urgent':

After joining Rockefeller's staff, Gates met others who believed that a scientific revolution was underway, led by Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch, who showed that microorganisms were often responsible for disease. These new scientific insights suggested the need to transform medical education. Coupled with the work of John Snow in Paris and London, showing the link between poor sanitation, water supply and cholera outbreaks, the new science also provided an opportunity to shape the domain of public health ”(p. 10, Angela Matysiak; “Health & Well-Being ”, The Rockefeller Foundation, 2014).

Gates strongly advised Rockefeller to leverage his near-inexhaustible financial resources to transform medical education and research in America and Europe: “In 1897, Gates began to urge Rockefeller to focus his philanthropic efforts on the fundamental reform of the medical world. education and the development of a medical research infrastructure ”(p. 109, Angela Matysiak;“ Health & Well-Being ”, The Rockefeller Foundation, 2014).

Who pays decides; Rockefeller & Rothschild as Pasteur's welcome sugar daddies
Money went to new medical schools to be established, but especially also to the Pasteur institute itself, which, in addition to the French state and private financiers such as the Rothschilds, had the Rockefellers as the largest lender: for the scientific study of medicine. He wrote repeatedly to Rockefeller and others in positions of power, urging them to support this new direction. Some of his letters provided a large sum of money for the institution concerned, such as the Pasteur Institute in Paris ”(p. 110,“ Health & Well-Being ”).

The financial and policy relationship has always remained. It was the Judeo-French scientist Louis Rapkine who used Rockefeller and Rothschild money to 'save' French, especially medical science, during and after World War II: “Thanks to his contacts with funds in the United States, notably the Rockefeller Foundation, Louis Rapkine has in the aftermath of the war did much to ensure that French laboratories, including those of the Pasteur Institute, received American funds to assist them in the reconstruction ”(p. 93, Marie-Hélène Marchand;“The Story of the Pasteur Institute and Its Contributions to Global HealthCSP, 2018).

For Jewish scientists, Rapine founded the Comité d'Accueil et d'Organisation du Travail des Savants Étrangers with the Rothschild family as one of the main funders. (Origins and a historical precedent. Program PAUSE, Paris: Collège de France).

In 1951 the Rapkine French Scientist Fund was established in his name to support (medical) science. This was supervised by Bethsabee de Rothschild. Later this institute was reorganized under the name Pasteur Foundation as part of the international Pasteur Institute network in New York (Repères chronologiques, Louis Rapkine (1904–1948). Institut Pasteur. Archived from the original on May 25, 2011).

The creation of a false legend
It did not stop with the investments in the Pasteur Institute. The New York Times of February 15, 1912, writes under the headline “Rockefeller Made the Pasteur Offer“How the family makes an unsolicited offer for the birthplace of Louis Pasteur. This parental home in Dôle in the Jura of the unscrupulous forger, fraudster and plagiarist would henceforth keep alive the propaganda around this 'scientific legend' in the form of a kind of pilgrimage site.

The Jewish director of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, dr. Simon Flexner, brother of Abraham mentioned below and of the well-known Zionist and co-founder of the Council on Foreign Relations, Bernard Flexner, approached the French ambassador on the pretext that he wanted to donate the house as a “gift to the French people”.

The Rockefeller & Gates families and the new 'medicine' based on poison
America's first institution for biomedical research and education was modeled entirely on Pasteur's example: “At the behest of Frederick T. Gates, perhaps the philanthropic adviser he trusted most, Rockefeller became increasingly devoted to medical research. In 1901 he funded the Rockefeller Medical Research Institute in New York City. It was modeled after the Pasteur Institute in France and the Robert Koch Institute in Germany and was the country's first biomedical institute, soon comparable to its European models. ” (John Steele Gordon; “John Rockefeller Sr",

The old medical practices based on nature were a thing of the past. Pasteur's microbet theory became the norm. The toxic chemicals from the petrochemical industry now became the basis for the pharmaceutical industry. It gave oil magnate Rockefeller an unprecedented new market:

“Once the substantial resources of the Rockefeller charities were invested in science medical education based on microbe theory - with the full approval of the AMA [American Medical Association] - American medicine became synonymous with microbe theory. This, the Flexner Report (1910), and medical research devoted to finding drugs to beat germs to `` cure '' disease, were all funded by the Rockefeller charities and led to what is considered the dominant paradigm in the American Medicine ”(George W. Cody, JD, MA;“The Origins of Integrative Medicine—The First True Integrators: The Roots, ”US National Library of Medicine, 17/02/18).

The dismantling and demonization of regular naturopathy
The above mentioned Flexner Report from 1910, written by the Jewish education specialist Abraham Flexner, is a book-format report that had a fundamental impact on the reform of Western medical education. In it, the current medical practices aimed at natural herbs, homeopathy, osteopathy, etc. were mocked.

As a result, doctors who practiced them were fired and mainstream medical schools closed. With financial backing from the Rockefellers, Flexner had an enormous influence on Europe.  

Us knows us
Gates remained the driving force behind Rockefeller's transformation of public health and the emerging multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry. However, all the mainstream media down to the New York Times denies any relationship between Rockefeller's investment adviser, Frederick Taylor Gates (1853-1929) of Maine, and Microsoft founder William Henry Gates III of Seattle, better known as "Bill." From the family tree of the Gates family (PDF) they appear to have the same ancestor: Peter Gates from Dunmow, England (1555-1605).

The family tree also shows the many relationships with Jewish families, including the Maxwell banking family. Banker's daughter Mary Ann Maxwell was Bill Gates' mother (Gates Family, 1555-2008, Outline Descent Trees, The Gates family is Jewish, according to genealogy research author, scientist and researcher Miles Mathis, whose character, like many influential truth seekers, was murdered with the appropriate tool: Rationalwiki / Wikipedia (Miles Mathis; "Bill Gates Jewish Aristocrat”, November 19, 2017).

The Rockefellers are also a Jewish family as evidenced by Stephen Birmingham's 1967 bestseller “Our Crowd: The Great Jewish Families of New York”, In which the family is mentioned no less than twelve times as part of 'Ons Volk' (pp. 28, 250, 272, 275, 324 2x, 325, 341, 379, 380, 392, 482).

Bill Gates is related to the family through his great-nephew; Nelson RockefellerOf 41st Vice President of the United States. (Source:, April 6, 2021).

Gates' first large-scale vaccination experiment with surprising result!
Two of Rockefellers' sons said investment adviser, Franklin Herbert (1888-1914) and Frederick Lamont Gates (1886-1933) became vice president at Chase National Bank and vaccination physician & researcher at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, respectively.

The Rockefeller-sponsored pharmaceutical industry gained through World War I with the call-up of six million soldiers in the end, something they could never have had before, namely a unprecedented 'test pool'.

Frederick Lamont Gates gave in January and February 1918, on the basis of Pasteur's fraudulent microbial theory, as the first experiment, a barely tested meningitis vaccine to XNUMX soldiers at Fort Riley, Kansas. This experiment was conducted under the auspices of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.

A main cause of severe meningitis is the pneumococcus bacteria, which causes symptoms known as the Spanish flu. (Today, however, we distinguish between pneumococcal meningitis and meningococcal meningitis).

Gates' report from July of that year states, "In some regiments, vaccinations were completed before February 5." The soldiers were given three vaccinations one week apart, so we can reasonably assume that the vaccinations were given by the end of February.

Immediately after these initial inoculations by Gates, however, broke here in March 1918 out of the 'Spanish' flu for the first time in the world which, along with the rollout of global vaccinations, would soon spread around the world. The fact that the flu was called the 'Spanish Flu' had to do with the fact that Spain was neutral in World War I and therefore did not censure its press, as the warring countries did. As a result, Spain was the first country to report and the country was subsequently made a 'scapegoat' as the source.

This flu was very exceptional because he was correct this time massively young, healthy men fatally - only after vaccination, though - instead of the usual weakened elderly or very young children. This had never happened before.

Lying by ommission
Gates began writing his report on the meningitis vaccination experiment just as the Spanish flu epidemic started here. This report entitled “A Report on Antimeningitis Vaccination and Observations on Agglutinins in the Blood of Chronic Meningococcus CarriersRemarkably, however, states completely nowhere that there was simultaneously the outbreak of a deadly 'epidemic'. Gates must have thought a lot about the content of this relatively concise report, especially how he could explain the contamination without linking it to the vaccination, as it was not published until July 20, 2018.

Doctor and eyewitness, the maligned and concealed African-American heroine Dr. Eleonor McBean, meticulously reported how in 1918, among other things, repatriating soldiers were forced to vaccinate 'because of possible illnesses from abroad' and exclusively shortly afterwards, vaccinated people died en masse from the 'Spanish' flu. More about that in the next section.

The obscure Gates family
Obviously, vaccine farmer Bill Gates does not want to be related to Frederick Lamont Gates as the true origin of the Spanish flu that, according to official estimates, would have ultimately claimed 100 million lives. His current corona vaccination campaign could only fail because of this explosive information.

It is also striking that the suffix of this William Henry Gates III, or 'Bill', does not match the number of William Henrys that preceded him. The family tree shows that for three persons, namely his father, grandfather and his great-grandfather 'William Henry' were used as first names. Then why did Bill use the suffix "III" instead of "IV"?

In addition, his biography shows that Frederick Taylor Gates from distant Maine, right at the time of Bill's grandfather's birth in 1891, in the Seattle area (Puget Sound) in connection with the purchase and subsequent sale of several Rockefeller shares in mining that same year. This fact, and the missing 'William Henry' from the series of four, would indicate, according to some, that Frederick Taylor in reality Bill's great-grandfather would be (pp. 537-561, James E. Fell, “Rockefeller's Right-Hand Man: Frederick T. Gates and the Northwestern Mining Investments”, The Business History Review, Full. 52, no. 4 (Winter, 1978)published by The President and Fellows of Harvard College).

She up and shut up!
The above history shows once again that the coronavirus does not exist: The basis of the coronavirus, the virus theory, appears to be based on lies and deceit by people who are disturbed and thus shows that the virus as a 'life-threatening external threat' is a fabrication, exploited for monetary gain and power. If the base is fraudulent, it follows that the coronavirus cannot be proven and indeed it is, as shown by part I..

"Doctors administer drugs they know little about to patients they know less to cure diseases they know nothing about," writes Voltaire. With the staged corona pandemic, this fact is more topical than ever: The basis of medical science is rotten, their practitioners brainwashed. Healthcare has become a Frankenstein monster that wants to take away our freedom and self-determination. The government's puppets are abusing its false assumptions to traumatize the people with propaganda of fear so that they surrender their last fundamental rights "in exchange for security."

Behind the mask of the coronavirus goes a completely different world hide.

The result will be slavery, so fundamental that the core of what makes people people, be consciousness or soul, will be trapped in a transhumanist corset. It is the realization of one long cherished dream, machine man to which the dehumanization of society has already been initiated. Man as he still is will cease to exist. Unless we wake up en masse and see the world in its true form, stripped of masks.

Because it is still not too late!


*Les médecins administrent des medicaments dont ils savent très peu, à des malades dont ils savent moins, pour guérir des maladies dont ils ne savent rien. (François-Marie Arouet 'Voltaire', 1694-1778).


For part 1, click HERE. For part 2, click HERE. You can download a PDF of the article HERE to download. This article may be freely published and shared, but with reference to the source. Investigative journalism takes a lot of time: PLAGIAT = THEFT!



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