Lanka: The Virus Misconception Part 1 and Part 2

Dr. Stefan Lanka | wissenschafftplus.de

Contrary to what most people believe, pathogenic viruses do not exist. The claims about the existence of viruses and viral diseases are based on historic misinterpretations and not, as I thought in the past – on fraud or deliberate deception. We now have new, better, and in the positive meaning of the word “scientific” discoveries and explanations for the origin, therapy and prevention of many diseases, some of which are still called “viral” today.

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According to the definition of SARS and of Corona or Covid-19, atypical pneumonia is considered to be the characteristic clinical picture of the illness. If pathogens commonly associated with the disease are proved to be present, the pneumonia is classified as typical, if not, pneumonia is classified as atypical. A decisive fact in the SARS and Corona-crisis is that at least 20-30% of all diagnosed pneumonias are classified as atypical. The causes of atypical pneumonia are clearly known and therefore they should NOT be ascribed to an unknown virus.

This knowledge is suppressed or disregarded by infectiologists and virologists and it is the basis of the current state of fear and panic, as the impression spreads among the affected people, the public opinion and among politicians that atypical pneumonia is especially dangerous and deadly due to the lack of drugs or vaccines for the supposedly new illness.

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