Epidemic authority confirmed: Neither virus-existence research nor control experiments performed

Epidemic authority confirmed: Neither virus-existence research nor control experiments performed

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In view of the current tense situation, we believe it is important to point out that the highest authority responsible for reviewing all infectious diseases in Germany has already failed to meet its obligations with regard to measles virus. The Robert Koch Institute disregarded its own scientific rules. Since 1998 the rules for scientific work (lege artis) have been bindingly codified by the DFG (German Research Society) and signed by all university rectors. (1) The RKI must abide by these rules. (2) In view of the following e-mail traffic, it becomes clear that we are dealing with an incredibly "sloppy" way of working, which takes on almost unbelievable proportions. If the basics of scientific work are missed, as is demonstrably the case at the RKI, then one must seriously ask oneself what the hell is going on here! Neither were control experiments carried out at the Robert Koch Institute, nor was the measles virus ever checked for its existence at the RKI (statement RKI e-mail traffic), although the measles virus process has shown that there are serious gaps and deficiencies. (3)|(4) Last but not least, the RKI does not seem to be at all interested in the side effects of the vaccination, although according to its own statements the "measles virus" is said to contain ribosomes! (5) You will see from the following e-mail traffic that even this statement is doubted. The nice thing about the whole thing is, if you ask the right questions and that from more and more people, more and more unbelievable facts are revealed! 

Let's move on to e-mail correspondence:

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015

To: NRZ-MMR (National Reference Center for Measles, Mumps, Rubella)

Subject: Request to perform an experiment

Name: xxx

Institution: xxx

Dear Madam Prof. xxx

I would like to request the control experiment for this study

Complete Genome Sequence of a Wild-Type Measles Virus Isolated during the Spring 2013 Epidemic in Germany → Link

but without the addition of a human or primate swab, but rather one time without a swab and one time with a non-primate swab - and provide a renowned institute with a sufficient amount of "whole cell RNA" for sequencing.

If you are unable to afford the costs for this, a cost unit will be available for the performance of these experiments.


With kind regards,

xxx


Comment from the article author:

A simple question or request to perform the necessary control experiments that would show whether the assumption is wrong. These are also missing in SARS-CoV-2.



On 22.09.2015 RKI-Info wrote:

Dear xxx,

thank you for your e-mail, Prof. xxx has asked us to reply.

The genome sequencing of a measles virus described in the paper is the sequencing of a virus detected by PCR in a sick person.

All controls necessary for such sequencing were performed, including a negative control with a measles virus-free material. Further controls are not required.


With kind regards

On behalf of

xxx


Robert Koch-Institut

Press Office

Nordufer 20

13353 Berlin


Comment from the article author:

We note that due to a positive PCR test, the RKI assumed that this person was carrying the measles virus and claimed on 22.09.2015 that all necessary controls were carried out, but without linking them!  What significance the PCR test has, namely none, you can read in this 3 articles on the PCR test, among others:

The PCR Test is not validated read

PCR: A DNA test becomes a instrument for manipulation read

The science fraud by Prof. Christian Drostenread



On 22.09.2015

To: RKI

Dear Mrs xxx (RKI),

many thanks to Madam Prof. xxx for her answer.

Please tell her that I would like to resolve my scientifically justified doubts with her and not against her or the RKI.

I no longer erroneously assume intention or deception, as I used to do, but rather that we are all subject to an aberration.

I base this assumption, among other things, on Karlheinz Lüdtke's evaluation of the early history of virology published by the MPI for the History of Science, (6) on my own research and that of others.

In May 2002, the RKI subjected itself to the international criteria of scientific work of the DFG, (7) which requires, among other things, "control experiments with complete disclosure of the experimental design are a central component of scientific methodology in order to verify applied methods and to exclude disturbing factors", so I ask you to ask Madam Prof. xxx to send me the documentation of the control experiments that she mentioned, since it is not mentioned and documented in the publication and quotations mentioned above.

I would also ask you to send me the documentation in which the RKI found that the measles virus often contains ribosomes in its interior.


With kind regards,

xxx (citizen inquiry)


Comment from the article author:

As there are no control experiments within the publication, but the RKI has been obliged to carry out and disclose them since 2002, (8) these are asked here because the RKI initially claimed that they had been carried out, but had not sent any documentation in this regard.



From: xxx

Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 

To: xxx (RKI)

Subject: Please


Dear Madam Prof. xxx,

please answer the questions in the mail to you dated 22.9.2015.

I repeat here that I would like to clarify the open questions with you and not against you. I would like to remind you that I have the right as a specialist scientist and as a citizen to have access to the documentation of the RKI trials on the measles virus.

In expectation of your prompt answer I remain


With kind regards,

xxx



From: RKI-Info

On 06.10.2015 


Dear Mr xxx,

thank you very much for your inquiry.


1: The experiments for the detection and sequencing of the measles virus for the above-mentioned publication were not performed at the RKI but in Munich.

2: Viruses may well contain a few ribosomes. Especially in larger viruses such as arena or measles viruses, the budding of the virus at the plasma membrane can lead to the (accidental) inclusion of cellular material/plasma - including ribosomes - regardless of which compartment the viruses subsequently enter. During budding at the membrane, cytoplasmic material enters the virus particles uncontrollably. The enclosed ribosomes are most likely useless by-catch (measles viruses, for example, depend on the ribosomes of the host cell for replication), but they are also not "harmful" to the viruses. The inclusion of ribosomes has been clearly described in the literature, for example for the arena viruses (e.g. "Molecular Virology" by Modrow S et al.). We ask for your understanding that we cannot conduct further literature searches to answer questions of knowledge.


 With kind regards

On behalf of

xxx (RKI)


Comment from the article author:

We would like to point out that the control tests, which were initially named by the RKI - and this is a matter of course - were not carried out at the RKI, but in Munich! Since the RKI is co-author of the study, one is already wondering why the RKI did not attach it to this mail, although it was explicitly asked for. 



From: xxx (Citizen inquiry)

Sent: Wednesday, 07.10.2015

To: RKI-Info; Prof. xxx

Subject: Re: WG: Please


Dear Madam Prof. xxx,

Dear Mrs. Dipl. oec. troph. xxx,


thank you very much for your answer of 6.10.2015 to my inquiries.

To 1.

Since you and the RKI are co-authors of the publication in question, you and the other authors are equally responsible for the content of the joint publication, as it results from law, case law and other obligations (e.g. DFG rules to ensure good scientific practice, which the RKI committed itself to observe in May 2002). (9)

Since you state in your answer of 22.9.2015 that these control experiments exist, you must be aware of these control experiments. You must also be aware of the control experiments, otherwise you would not have been allowed to release the publication and the RKI has committed itself to keep all documents of all experiments for at least 10 years.

Please send me these documents.

Since I, as a citizen and a scientist working on the subject, have the right to view these documents, I am alternatively prepared to view them on the premises of the RKI. However, since all documents must be archived in digital form, it is easy to send me these documents in the form of an e-mail for administrative purposes.

Please also give me the name and address of the person or persons who carried out the control tests.

To 2.

Contrary to your answer, this question was and is not a question of knowledge,

but the legitimate request based on existing law (see my comments on 1. and the Information Assurance Act). As a citizen and expert who publishes about it, I have the right to view the documents on the RKI's findings about ribosomes as by-catch in the measles virus.

Please send me these internal studies of the RKI immediately or allow me to view them on the premises of the RKI.

3.

Please also send me the RKI documentation on the diameter of the measles virus.


Many thanks and

kind regards,

xxx


Comment from the article author:

The RKI is now directly confronted with the fact that it is obliged to hand over these documentations - both for the control experiments - and for the claim of containing ribosomes in the measles virus, since the latter has not yet provided a single proof for its own claim. We should not forget that the RKI was co-author of the study! So if they are not even able to provide such a documentation, which they were involved in, then something seems to be going terribly wrong here. 



From RKI

On 12.10.2015


Dear Mr xxx,

on your request we will inform you about the following:

To the publication of 

Complete Genome Sequence of a Wild-Type Measles Virus Isolated during the Spring 2013 Epidemic in Germany , Genome Announcements, Vol. 2 (2014) Issue 2, Link

to which your inquiry refers, the RKI does not have any documents on the experiments carried out in detail for the detection and sequencing of the measles virus as well as on control experiments. We have contributed to the publication by reviewing the phylogenetic analysis and naming the measles virus according to WHO nomenclature rules. The detection of the virus was, as previously reported, performed by the first author of the publication at the Max von Pettenkofer Institute in Munich. The documents should be available there.

The structural elucidation of measles viruses has not yet been the focus of the scientific work of the RKI's Department of Special Light and Electron Microscopy. For this reason, no investigations have been carried out here to date that aim to detect ribosomes in measles viruses. Existing EM-images show ribosome-like structures in the virus particles. However, these images alone are not sufficient for a clear detection, because ribosomes in ultra thin sections do not show a morphologically clear form and the structures can therefore represent other molecular assemblies. For technical literature concerning ribosomes in arena viruses please refer to our e-mail from 06.10.2015.

Regarding the diameter of the measles virus, the RKI has no own measurement series that are statistically significant. Measles viruses, like all paramyxoviruses, are extremely variable in size. This is also shown by the available image material.


With kind regards

On behalf of

Dr. xxx


Robert Koch-Institut

Referat Grundsatz und Recht -

Nordufer 20, 13353 Berlin


Comment from the article author:

Now it's getting exciting: The RKI has not carried out these checks itself, but is of the opinion that they should be available in Munich. These control experiments have been mandatory for the RKI since 2002! They are also indispensable in order to rule out the possibility of misinterpretation. (10) The RKI also admits here that no meaningful experiments have ever been carried out that would clearly confirm that the measles virus contains ribosomes, although at the beginning and in other mails this statement was repeatedly claimed rock-solid (e.g. in 2012 (11))!



From: XXX (Citizens' inquiry)

Sent: Monday, 12.10.2015

To: XXX; RKI-Info

Subject: Re: Your request concerning measles virus testing


Dear Madam Prof. xxx,

Thank you very much for arranging for Dr. xxx to respond.

Since you have answered several times in 2012 to inquiring citizens that

the diameter of the measles virus is between 120 and 400 nm, I ask you which scientific observation or knowledge you based your diameter specification on?

Since you have answered several times in 2012 to citizens who asked you, that

the measles virus often contains ribosomes in its interior, I ask you, on what specific scientific observation or knowledge have you based this statement?

Since you claimed in 2012 that the measles virus contains ribosomes more often, did you then take the necessary steps with regard to the safety of the measles component in the MMR vaccine and, if so, what steps did you take to investigate and avoid the risk of autoimmune reactions against ribosomes in the vaccines?


Thank you very much for your answer and

kind regards,

XXX


Comment from the article author:

The responsible persons at the RKI are again directly confronted with their statements of that time. Since up to now not a single proof for these claims, neither concerning the ribosomes nor the control experiments, the suspicion creeps in that they do not exist at all and were worked unscientifically, thus the study is worthless and the RKI thoughtlessly made false statements. The RKI already admitted this in the previous e-mail!



From: RKI

On: 09.11.2015


Dear Mr xxx,

on your request we will inform you about the following:

Our previous information corresponds to the state of science.

In our opinion, the risk of autoimmune reactions against ribosomes in the measles vaccine can be considered low. The Paul-Ehrlich-Institute as the drug regulatory authority is responsible for questions of vaccine safety.


With kind regards

xxx

Robert Koch Institute


Comment from the article author:

Are you thinking the same thing as we are? Since not a single proof has been provided so far and it has been admitted that there is no clear evidence for the ribosomes, they now simply claim that this is the state of the art. Then we would have a real problem, because we have no certainty at all, because everything is based on pure speculation and can no longer be presented as fact!



From: xxx (Citizen inquiry)

Sent: Monday, 09.11.2015

To: xxx; xxx; RKI-Info

Subject: Re: Your request concerning measles virus testing


Dear Mr xxx (RKI),

thank you for your answer.

From your answer it is clear and recognizable that you have

have not answered the questions asked. The state of science, jurisdiction and law oblige you to answer these questions correctly and promptly.

As you know, the tasks of the RKI and especially of Ms

Prof. xxx, conducting studies on the safety of the vaccines. This gives rise to the questions:

1. What did the RKI and what did Madam Prof. xxx do and cause to be done to ensure the safety of the measles vaccine component when she learned and recognized that measles virus often contains ribosomes in its interior?

 2. On what specific scientific arguments, publications and considerations is your assessment based, the assessment of Prof. xxx and the assessment of the RKI, "The risk of autoimmune reactions against ribosomes in the measles vaccine is, in our opinion, low."

Since the possibility of ribosomes in the vaccine obviously poses a risk of autoimmune diseases for everyone involved, and the failure to clarify and eliminate this possibility could result in a negligent or grossly negligent interference with, among other things, the basic rights to physical integrity and life, I ask you to answer these questions promptly and timely, to take the necessary steps immediately and promptly, and to document them to me.

Please answer the two in the letter from 12.10.2015 until today unanswered questions immediately and promptly:

3. Since you answered several times in 2012 that the diameter of the measles virus is between 120 and 400 nm, I would like to ask you on which scientific observation or knowledge you based your diameter information? Please make the documentation of these scientific observations and findings available to me.

Since you answered several times in 2012 that the measles virus often contains ribosomes in its interior, I would like to know on which scientific observation or knowledge you based this statement?

I would like to remind you that almost a month has passed since 12.10.2015, when these questions were asked, in which you have not answered these questions.


Yours sincerely,

XXX



From: RKI

On 17.11.2015


Dear Mr xxx,

on your request we will inform you about the following: 

The remote possibility that the measles vaccine may contain isolated ribosomes did not and does not give rise to any need for action with regard to the safety of vaccines. Ribosomes are contained in every cell; their potential to trigger autoimmune reactions is therefore extremely low. By the way, we have nothing to add to our news of 09.11.2015.


With kind regards

on behalf of

xxx (RKI)


Comment from the article author:

You just witnessed the clear statement that there is no reason to take action! Despite the mere fact that up to now no proof for the claimed control experiments has been provided and that there is no evidence for the existence or non-existence of the ribosomes, although it has been presented that way. The RKI does not care at this point that cell own structures, when injected, can lead to autoimmune diseases and automatically plays with the health of our children!



From: xxx (Citizen inquiry)

Sent: Tuesday, 17.11.2015 

To: XXX (RKI)

Cc: xxx; RKI-Info

Subject: Re: Your request concerning measles virus testing


Dear Dr. xxx,

Thank you very much for the RKI's specific statement on ribsomes in vaccines.

Please respond promptly to Questions No. 3 and No. 4, which have remained unanswered so far and since October 12, 2015.

Since you have answered several times in 2012 that the diameter of the measles virus is between 120 and 400 nm, I would like to ask you on which scientific observation or knowledge you based your diameter specification? Please make the documentation of these scientific observations and findings available to me.

Since you answered several times in 2012 that the measles virus often contains ribosomes in its interior, I would like to know what scientific observation or knowledge you based this statement on?

May I remind you that since 12.10.2015, when these questions were asked, more than a month has passed in which you have not answered these questions.


Yours sincerely,

XXX



From: RKI

On: 24.11.2015 


Dear Mr xxx,

also applies in this respect that, in our view, nothing further needs to be added to the answers given so far in this matter.


With kind regards

by order

xxx (RKI)



Conclusion:

A frightening realization. We record the following facts:

  1. The RKI claims that the control experiments were carried out and that it was known that the measles virus contained ribosomes. From the e-mail traffic it is clearly proven that these claims have been refuted.
  2. When asked where the control experiments could be found and where the documentation of the statement concerning the ribosomes could be found, the RKI had to admit that they had never been carried out themselves and that they are apparently not known. Despite the fact that the RKI was significantly involved in the study. 
  3. The RKI also had to admit in the course of the e-mail traffic: "Regarding the diameter of the measles virus, the RKI does not have any own measurement series available". This statement is a slap in the face, since it was already claimed within the measles virus process that one had one's own studies on the subject, only they would not disclose them! See 2012 Cf. e-mail (12)
  4. Although the RKI has repeatedly claimed that ribosomes are present, it has not made or initiated any assurance regarding the safety of the measles vaccine components. Worse still, the RKI does not even feel the urge to carry them out, even though they pose a serious threat to the health of our children!
  5. In doing so, the RKI is acting against the scientific rules, which are also binding for the RKI itself. (13)
  6. The RKI cannot and must not be called scientific if such basic rules are disregarded!
  7. Since the RKI has not made any attempts to prove the existence of the measles virus to date, and does not even deny this (e-mail traffic from 2017), it is clearly proven that not a single scientific proof of the measles virus exists to date.  In the e-mail it says: "The RKI is not researching the existence of measles viruses - this is undisputed - the focus is rather on the characteristics of the virus and its elimination through sufficiently high vaccination rates." I would like to point out once again that the RKI is obliged to follow up on any doubts and to check them with the latest methods! 



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References:

(1) Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice

(2) Richtlinien zur Sicherung guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis und zum Umgang mit wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten am Robert Koch-Institut (Guidelines for ensuring good scientific practice and dealing with scientific misconduct at the Robert Koch Institute)

(3) Leading Corona researchers admit that they have no scientific proof for the existence of a virus

(4) The Federal Court of Justice destroys the belief in Viruses

(5) Email from RKI with the confirmation that Mrs. Professor Mankertz repeatedly claims that measles viruses contain ribosomes.

(6) Zur Geschichte der frühen Virusforschung (Early History of Virology)

(7) see 2

(8) see 2

(9) see 2

(10) These questions make every virologist nervous

(11) see 5

(12) see 5

(13) see 2