Die plötzliche Stille der schwedischen Gesundheitsbehörde

Folkhälsomyndigheten (kurz „FHM“) ist das schwedische Gesundheitsamt. In seinen E-Mails zwischen dem 21. Mai und dem 23. Juni 2021 hat mir FHM einige Fragen beantwortet. Wie Sie sehen, wurden die Fragen Nr. 7 bis 17 nicht mehr beantwortet. Stattdessen wurde ich nur noch an die Regierung und die Medical Products Agency verwiesen, als ob FHM nicht für die Beantwortung zuständig wäre, sobald Fragen zu weitgehend sind. Dabei habe ich nicht einmal nach Spike-Proteinen gefragt.

Alle Antworten der FHM habe ich nur kopiert und eingefügt, daher erkläre ich mich verantwortlich, dass ich nichts geändert habe, weder meine Fragen noch deren Antworten.

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1. Why do you use PCR tests when they are useless as stated here by yourself? [Link]

PCR is a reliable method for detecting genome from SARS-CoV-2 virus, but it will not be able to tell if you are contagious or not. We therefore recommend that you take the sample when you have symptoms compatible with covid-19, as a positive test result in combination with symptoms indicates active infection. When sampled during the course of the disease, sensitivity to the display of SARS-CoV-2 in the upper respiratory tract is crucial. Our recommendation is that it is day 1-5. The sensitivity generally decreases for samples taken later than one week after the onset of symptoms. It is the laboratories‘ responsibility to ensure the reliability of the analyzes. It is important to distinguish between the measures of the reliability of the PCR method (analytical sensitivity / specificity) and the measures of the reliability of the entire diagnostic chain (clinical sensitivity / specificity). When PCR results are interpreted by experts, the analytical specific and sensitive are closer to 100%. The PCR method that the Public Health Agency can use detection down to about 5 RNA copies per reaction and has not reacted non-specifically in any of the tests performed within was implemented. High quality primer and probe design, targeting a specific target sequence in the virus, increases the analytical specificity of the method.

Comment: No standardized number of Ct cycles, no word about the inventor of the PCR itself.

2. If the “PCR is not able to tell if one is contagious or not”, then why does everybody entering Sweden at the border need to prove a negative test result?

PCR-tests are used to diagnose when you are ill and not to see if you have recovered or to assess whether you are infectious. Therefore, do not take a new test to see if you have recovered.
https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/the-public-health-agency-of-sweden/communicable-disease-control/covid-19/covid-19-testing/
Read more about assessment of freedom from infection.
https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/publicerat-material/publikationsarkiv/v/vagledning-om-kriterier-for-bedomning-av-smittfrihet-vid-covid-19/
We also refer to the reply we previously sent to you.

Comment: No answer to my question.

3. A positive PCR test result is no proof that someone is contagious. But is it proof that someone has the virus at all? Yes or no?

Comment: No response here.

4. If a positive PCR is proof or an indicator that someone has the virus, then my question is: Was the virus itself isolated under the Koch‘ postulates? Yes or no? And if yes, when was it and where was it published? Was a double blind study made and were control experiments made?

The Swedish Public Health Agency and a large number of other organizations and research groups have grown and isolated SARS-CoV-2 virus from patients and then find the virus in the people who show disease compatible with covid-19. Even after culture, we have morphologically identified the virus using electron microscopy. Isolation / culture of SARS-CoV-2 is now a routine method in most reference laboratories and only isolation is usually no longer published unless the isolation has been done within the framework of a study or other research context. We also see a correlation between the development of a specific immune system and recovery. These antibodies are formed after a period of infection and are specifically targeted to SARS-CoV-2. In addition to our results, there are a number of scientific articles, including a good compilation of existing research models, which together support that SARS-CoV-2 causes covid-19.

https://www.cell.com/trends/pharmacological-sciences/fulltext/S0165-6147(20)30129-2

There are many references in Pubmed and below are some examples.

  • SARS-CoV-2 isolation from the first reported patients in Brazil and establishment of a coordinated task network. Araujo DB, et al. 2020 Oct 23;115:e200342. doi: 10.1590/0074-02760200342. eCollection 2020.PMID: 33111751
  • Isolation and characterization of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 in Turkey. Pavel STI, et al .PLoS One. 2020 Sep 16;15(9):e0238614. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0238614. eCollection 2020.PMID: 32936826
  • Isolation and characterization of SARS-CoV-2 from the first US COVID-19 patient. Harcourt J, et. Al .bioRxiv. 2020 Mar 7:2020.03.02.972935. doi: 10.1101/2020.03.02.972935. Preprint.
  • Isolation and Full-Length Genome Characterization of SARS-CoV-2 from COVID-19 Cases in Northern Italy Danilo Licastro, et al DOI: 10.1128/JVI.00543-20
  • https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/lab/grows-virus-cell-culture.html
  • https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/utokad-testning-for-covid-19/fragor–svar/

Comment: None of these sources tell that they have isolated the virus under the Koch’ postulates. I did not read all those sources, but the given websites not even have the word “Koch” in them.

5. If “PCR is a reliable method for detecting genome from SARS-CoV-2 virus”, how can the words of Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR, be interpreted? He stated, that you can find anything in any-body and PCR should not be misinterpreted. A PCR result would not tell you that you’re sick, not that you would get hurt etc. [Video]

Comment: No response here.

6. How many Ct cycles do the laboratories in Sweden do when PCR’ing? Is the number of cycles standardized and if not, why not?

How many PCR cycles depends on the method used by the clinical laboratories. It is also necessary to distinguish between the number of PCR cycles and the cycle threshold (Ct) value. Number of PCR cycles refers to the number of PCR cycles recommended to run the method to increase the probability of amplifying the target fragments on the virus. The Ct value describes when the amplification curve intersects the set threshold value, after which the Ct value on the x-axis can be read. That is, the fact that the number of PCR cycles amounts to 45 does not mean that a Ct value of 45 would be assessed positively. A Ct value is affected by when the sample was taken during the course of the infection, how it was sampled, type of storage, etc., so this value may vary. It is important to have established routines for how any so-called weak positives are to be assessed. Samples that fall in the range Ct 35-45 can not generally be interpreted negatively from the point of view of infection. It is important that experts interpret the results. We refer to

Comment: So the number of cycles is not standardized? True or false?

7. How did the PCR test for SARS-Cov-2 get developed on 01/01/2020 and from what samples and data was it developed? If from reports on social media, how scientific can this be?

Comment: No response here.

8. The fact that you outlined before, that “the PCR technology used in tests to detect viruses cannot distinguish between viruses capable of infecting cells and viruses that have been neutralized by the immune system and therefore these tests cannot be used to determine whether someone is contagious or not.”, how come that no other country found this? I haven’t heared similar statements from Germany, Austria, France etc. In fact they use PCR tests exactly like they would proof a virus.
But what I do know about is Madrid, where PCR tests were changed to Antigen quick tests and suddenly the reproduction rate was drastically lower. This was in November 2020 in Madrid. [Source]
What I also know about is that a Portuguese court ruled that a PCR test can not replace a doctor’s diagnose and that the PCR itself is unreliable. [Source]

Comment: No response here.

9. Do viruses exist in nature? Yes or no and if yes, what kind of proof does science have for that claim? Or do they only exist as a model?

Comment: No response here.

10. Please send a complete list of all ingredients of all available Covid-19 vaccinations in Sweden.

Comment: No response here.

11. How many human and viral proteins do the vaccines contain and which ones? How much HSP-90-ß and HSP-90-a do they contain and what is their purpose?

Comment: No response here.

12. How likely is it for the average person to get ill from the Sars-Cov-2 virus and how likely is it to get severe side effects and illness from the vaccination? (Severe side effects here includes infertility.)

Comment: No response here.

13. Who takes responsibility for the case of severe side effects from the “vaccinations” in Sweden? Politicians personally, the FHM, the pharmaceutical companies, doctors, the patient, or just nobody? (The word vaccinations is being used also for genetical therapy, in case the so-called vaccines are not vaccines but later being recognized as gene therapies.)

Comment: No response here.

14. Mr. Tegnell several times repeated, that the approach of Sweden was not to get herd immunity. What strategy can a country have if not to get herd immunity in the end? What is the alternative?

Comment: No response here.

15. Does Sweden in the meantime have herd immunity or immunity only by T-cells?

Comment: No response here.

16. Did Sweden in 2020 or since March 2020 have excess mortality compared to the previous years, and if so, is the excess mortality higher than the lower mortality of the previous few years? If yes, how much higher? If no, how can you then call this a pandemic?

Comment: No response here.

17. Why did the WHO change the definition of ‚pandemic‘ during the swine flu? Would Covid-19 also be a ‚pandemic‘ under the previous WHO’s definition?

Comment: No response here.