Back in the Trenches With Jerm Warfare

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure once again of speaking with Jerm Warfare, this time on his new radio show on TNT (it’s dynamite 😉). We covered many aspects of the “virus” lie in our alotted hour. I hope you enjoy this latest chat!

You can find more of Jerm’s excellent radio interviews as well as listen to his show live here:

Jerm Warfare with Jeremy Nell

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  1. Mike I’m really confused about the whole virus issue from childhood we were taught about gems and viruses, now some are now saying they don’t exist please clarify these to me
    HIV does it exist if yes is it transmittable in what mode?
    Contact with the infected blood and sexually (mainstream says that) the follow up question would be how many times can one be exposed alet say sexually and not be infected

    Why we have mixed status partner for years and no infection happens?

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      1. OK let’s say scientifically HIV has not been isolated, so what we are shown is debris which test positive to the HIV, are they dangerous as we’ve seen people get sick from such and how can they be eliminated,

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  2. Another good appearance, Mike, thanks!

    Here’s a sample of web forum opinion, specifically Off Guardian’s latest piece on monkeypox. It’s public, so i don’t mind posting the name, which may be fictive anyway.
    Penelope
    Penelope
    Jun 12, 2022 2:12 AM
    Reply to Penelope
    I forgot: If you want more nitty-gritty about the virus:
    https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/monkey-pox-update?s=r

    btw, in case you’re disposed to shrug off the pocks (sores) as “just the body cleansing itself of I don’t know what but it’s not a virus” — ala Kaufman– there are other methods than just PCR being used to identify the virus. But then there were for covid, too.

    Kaufman’s view that the entire field of virology is phoney is unsound.

    Jeffrey Strahl
    Jun 12, 2022 6:29 AM
    Reply to Penelope
    Name other methods used to identify “COVID.” And when and how was the monkdypox virus identified? Oh, right, Robert Malone, who is sure that COVID exists because “Ivermectin has been a useful treatment,” as if the (alleged) usefulness of ivermectin to treat certain symptoms proves the existence of a virus.  😀 

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    Penelope
    Penelope
    Jun 12, 2022 10:20 AM
    Reply to Jeffrey Strahl
    Jeffrey, it’s 2 AM & I’ll answer you more fully tomorrow. For the moment, re: Monkeypox (I think I got this from Pubmed, but I’ll check tomorrow):

    ” Laboratory methods included nucleic acid detection, viral culture, serologic testing, histopathologic evaluation, and immunohistochemical testing.

    Smallpox is caused by variola virus, genus Orthopoxvirus. Other members of this genus that can infect humans are monkeypox virus, and cowpox

    Melting analysis following PCR enables the identification of variola virus by the PCR product’s characteristic melting temperature, permitting the discrimination of variola virus from other orthopoxviruses. In addition, an assay for the specific amplification of variola virus DNA is presented.”

    I’m sorry y’all feel so passionately convinced of your conclusions. Especially when we’re being attacked by the powerful psychopathic cabal I think it’s better to remain cool & reasoned. Emotions have a way of blocking that. I know you agree w me that only the truth can help us in countering the lies and in persuading others.

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    Jeffrey Strahl
    Jeffrey Strahl
    Jun 12, 2022 10:35 PM
    Reply to Penelope
    What’s the source of your quote, Penelope? PCR identifies a Variola virus? How could it do so without being first shown what a Variola virus is?

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    Penelope
    Penelope
    Jun 12, 2022 11:36 PM
    Reply to Jeffrey Strahl
    Here’s a link, cited above by Vagabard, about Monkey genome

    https://virological.org/t/first-draft-genome-sequence-of-monkeypox-virus-associated-with-the-suspected-multi-country-outbreak-may-2022-confirmed-case-in-portugal/799

    Jeffrey Strahl
    Jun 13, 2022 1:01 AM
    Reply to Penelope
    From your source.
    “Brief description of the methods
    DNA was extracted from skin exudate samples using the QIAamp DNA Blood kit (Qiagen), prior to library preparation using the Rapid Barcoding Sequencing kit (SQK-RBK004) and shotgun metagenomics sequencing on an Oxford Nanopore MinION apparatus. Mean depth of coverage throughout the genome was around 7-fold. Reads were mapped to a closely related reference genome sequences (MN648051.1) using the INSaFLU online platform {link] and genome sequence was manually inspected to validate variant positions. The genome sequences will be further curated (namely to refine low coverage regions, indels and homopolymeric tracts) as soon as high depth Illumina data is available (sequencing ongoing). The released draft genome sequence covers ~92% of the reference sequence. The draft phylogenetic analysis was conducted upon core alignment of unambiguous regions (955 variant positions in a 137 668 bp alignment) retrieved from a rapid alignment (parsnp) of the newly sequenced genome with publicly available genomes (accession numbers are listed in the attached table.”
    This is NOT “sequencing,” which involves taking a known genome and breaking it apart, getting the order of the nucleic acid base pairs (A, C, G, T) which make it up. This method here involves taking a preparation of the skin extract added to a cell culture and then processed for a few days (with antibiotics, bovine fetal serum…. added in), and then taking an extract, centrifuging it, taking all the segments of DNA found which are shorter than 150 pairs, assembling them into plausible genomes of 30,000 or so pairs, using a “reference genome sequences” as a target, as if that’s known to be in there (meaning the researchers are trying to get something to be there), not remotely proving that these segments even come from the same genome, and then declaring they have identified it.
    https://viroliegy.com/2022/05/31/monkeying-around/ …[Quotes]

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