By Dr. John Reizer
Perception versus reality are three critical words to consider as you read this article. The understanding is that the world is in a war against a viral microbe called Covid-19. The reality is that this is not even close to being the truth. Germs do not make people sick. A weak immune system is a sole determinant in whether a person becomes infected from naturally occurring bacteria and viruses in our environment.
The perception is that a plethora of drugs and antiviral medicines can improve a human being’s chances of staying healthy in the presence of Covid-19. The reality is that these drugs rapidly weaken human immunity and predispose people to higher risks of infection from bacteria and viruses in general.
The perception is that vaccines strengthen immunity by introducing an attenuated version of a virus and that this helps the immune system to build antibodies against the disease. The reality is that vaccines weaken human immunity and are responsible for the proliferation of many diseases worldwide.
The lesson here is that what is often perceived by people to be reality is often far removed from the truth. And because many of the things we have long believed to be the truth have been presented to us by so-called trusted sources, it’s difficult for most of us to relearn the truth. Cognitive dissonance floods our brains and precludes us from challenging the lies that have been suffocating our minds since we were firstborn.
We have been instructed and aggressively encouraged by health regulatory agencies to practice social-distancing as a strategy to mitigate the perception of a rapidly spreading coronavirus across the world. We have been told that by remaining isolated from others, the virus’s expansion throughout the world community that cannot be contained, can, in fact, be slowed down.
In reality, the best way to get a nation of people protected against bacterial and viral germs is to let them be the social beings they innately strive to be. When people interact with one another, they become infected and recover. In allowing this process to transpire, the human immune system develops a memory against the infecting microbes and can produce lifelong antibodies. Through time the population becomes more robust and wholly resistant or not bothered by naturally occurring bacteria and viruses.
Natural herd immunity is the most efficient way to strengthen the human immune system. This is how microbiology should be taught to medical students. Unfortunately, this will never happen because the truth about this subject is an inconvenient scenario for the plethora of drug-makers that profit enormously from producing vaccines.
By practicing social-distancing, we are actually weakening the population’s ability, collectively speaking, to defend itself against naturally occurring germs. Once again, we are being instructed as a society to comply with prescriptive remedies that are perceived by the masses to protect us from Covid-19 when, in reality, they are accomplishing the opposite effect.
Social-distancing (Social-Isolation) has a devastating effect on the psyche of the human mind. In prisons and during times of war, prisoners are punished by being placed in solitary confinement. The lockdown and social isolation of human beings can cause severe depression in people and a general feeling of helplessness and despair.
Psychologists have known for many years that isolating people is harmful to the human mind and also from a physiological standpoint the body. There is also a much higher incidence of hypertension in people that are isolated from others, and there is also a greater tendency for people to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s disease when they are practicing social isolation. And there is suggestive evidence that self-isolation reduces the overall effectiveness of human immunity.
In my opinion, social-distancing is being used as a psychological weapon (psychological warfare) against the members of society, just as drugs and vaccines have been strategically used for years by big pharma as weapons against the human immune system.
We are all presently fighting something perilous. But our common enemy is not the coronavirus or any other naturally occurring microorganisms.