Phase III of the plandemic: I tested BC CDC bunk “covid” test on-line

Contents

Summary

Fraudemic introduction

Case-demic continues, vax the goal

“BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool”

Hoax with criminal consequences

BC CDC case definitions

Contact tracing and BC CDC “case” diagnosis

On-line tool does not discern non-viral symptoms

My test of the “test”

Piotr Bein, on the last day of year 2020 unmasking of genocidal global cabal and their lackeys all over the gov’ts

Summary of my test of the “test”

I tested two scenarios involving symptoms that can occur to anyone without being infected virally:

  • A very hard time waking up, like after a jetlag journey by air. Or feeling confused and/or momentarily or for a longer time losing consciousness, as in long exposure to Wi-Fi or as a result of wearing a mask for a couple of hours. Or mild shortness of breath.

In all such cases BC CDC on-line bot sent me to emergency/doctor. I keep healthy by avoiding doctors as much as I can. If everyone went to emergency for stuff like that, the health care system would collapse; I would be dead by now from waiting over there for service, possible medical mistakes, infections acquired and the drugs prescribed.

  • I also tested two scenarios involving moderate seasonal symptoms and ususal ailments like arthritic pains, combined with travel abroad without contact with “covid positive case”. BC CDC bot sent me to take bunk PCR test and 2-week quarantine for pandemic that does not exist. When I took out travel from the scenario, the quarantine was shortened to 10-day self-isolation (“domestic” virus sleeps 4 days shorter 🙂 ), bunk PCR test still required.

BC CDC on-line bot, contact tracing gestapo, and RCMP tickets to people breaking totally unlawful BC “health orders” during festive season of celebrating life and Christ, are elements of self-perpetuating “case-demic” by corrupt politicians and corporate media to lineup people, by maintaining pathologic fear of death, to genocidal bio-weapon aka “covid vaccines”.

Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry and other quack doctors and commie psychopaths in BC gov’t taking orders from above can shove their on-line “test” like everything fraudemic coming from their mouths. They better resign before being carted out of Victoria salons by We the People.

Fraudemic introduction

For those uninitiated in the evil globalist cult of plandemists and associated “medical care professionals”, Phases I and II, accordingly, concerned a process of:

  • (I) frighten the public world-wide with a non-existent pandemic allegedly from a virus from China caves or animal market, concoted at US (bankster globalist) DARPA-contracted bio-lab in Wuhan,
  • (II) beginning with genocidal “lockdowns” in sheeple lockstep, put out a show of medical “apocalypse” built from usual deaths of seniors, false ascribing “covid” cause from fraud PCR positive tests called “diagnostic” contrary to science.

Case-demic continues, vax the goal

Synchronised with fall-winter death peak of natural causes (seasonal flus and pneumonias, pre-existing illness/medical conditions), Phase III pimps sheeple to “testing” to massively establishes “covid cases” at the plandemists’ will.

Total deaths stats re-made into “covid”-caused dwindle relative to the spring giga-scare. For lack of statistics significantly exceeding alleged deaths of the allegedly virulent virus (and its mutations), plandemists in Phase III require growing number of “cases” to maintain the sheeple in pathological fear to lign-up for vax.

BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool

Called “BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool”, the “test” is available here, and was last updated: 12/17/2020 4:00 pm PDT, before I tested it on December 31.

Disclaimer says that BC Ministry of Health has set up the “tool” for the user’s guidance as well as recommendations for testing and follow-up for COVID-19 that follows BC CDC guidance. The “guidance” from BC CDC remains unspecified. Passing the buck onto a waco, nominated career epidemiologist Bonnie Henry’s fraudster pseudo-scientists cum neo-commies?

Disclaimer in the test’s feedback survey (see my answers and comments to it under line 3333 below) repeatedly states: Please note that this is not intended for medical advice.

Assuming that the remark concerns the pseudo-medically-based “tool” and not just the feedback survey, an issue arises. Is a recommendation to go take a PCR test not a medical one? It might lead to false positive test, treatment, hospitalisation, ventilator and death, all things medical. Covering the health ministry and BC CDC asses?

Hoax with criminal consequences

A few hoaxes contribute to the fraudemic being a crime against Humanity, genocide and more, as top jurists are preparing court cases against the perpetrators. Willing fillers of orders at every level, incl. the creators of the software and the admin of the BC CDC “tool” would be subject to Nuremberg Ttial precedent: blaming superior orders as a defense does not relieve subservients from responsibility of carrying out illegal orders.

BC CDC procedure requires a confirmed case be established by an assay validated for detection of the virus that causes covid-19. Alleged cause of covid-19, SARS Cov-2 virus has not been isolated nor idenfied. Consequently, an assay based on knowledge of the virus structure is not feasible. Since the virus remains unidentified, it’s not possible to link any symptoms or syndromes to it, according to virology golden standard. 

The PCR test used in the lab assay is unsuitable for covid-19 diagnosis, by own disclaimer of its inventor, admission by some public health authorities, and numerous opinions of professionals in virology and pathology.

BC CDC case definitions

BC CDC defines “covid-19 case”. Even if SARS CoV-2 virus was isolated and its genetic code discovered, the PCR test renders “confirmed case” an abstract, misleading and fraudulent idea devoid of science base.

In corrupt BC CDC’s parlour, “Probable – epi-linked case” is established on the basis of a fever symptom that is not unique to “covid-19”. Further conditions — contact with a covid-19 positive, or staying at a closed facility known to be experiencing covid-19 outbreak — also require identification of SARS CoV-2 virus and an assay that reliably detects it.

“Probable – lab case” is a person with inconclusive lab diagnosis of covid-19, who meets the covid-19 exposure criteria defined on BC CDC webpage. The criteria are based on concepts such as “affected area”, “mass gathering” and “laboratory exposure to biological material”, all of which are subjective regarding infectability with unidentified SARS CoV-2 and the limitations of covid-19 diagnosis using unsuitable tests.

Contact tracing and BC CDC “case” diagnosis

The s.c. contact tracing police could use a similar “tool” to categorise people into guilty of infection, until proven innocent when WHO calls off the plandemic. The “guilt” is shaken out of the contact tracer’s sleeve, then “confirmed” by a false positive PCR test absolutely unsuitable for diagnosis.

Even if the PCR procedure gave a legit test result, it is subject to potential manipulation by the priming (starter) and the number of replication cycles. In effect, the PCR effort chases a ghost — a non-existent virus that allegedly causes an ill-defined syndrome “covid-19”. The latter is a group of symptoms typical of seasonal illnesses and conditions that seldom even pass as an epidemic, let alone a “pandemic”.

On-line tool does not discern non-viral symptoms

The BC CDC on-line “test” is based on reporting symptoms also from causes potentially quite different than an alleged viral infection, such as: jetlag; exposure to Wi-Fi, smarthone and/or cellphone transmission tower or other wireless antenna such as airport radar or Wi-Fi on airplanes; hangover… Diarrhea may have dietary cause, or may arise upon return from other region with a biome different than the one the traveller being “tested” got used to.

After such ambiguous “assessment” by on-line bot, the “test” taker faces a possible follow up for covid-19, when unspecified BC CDC guidance deems so to do.

The same institution has used quack science and has scared the public with fraudulent “case-demic” into taking “covid-19” tests to crank up the “case” counter to herd people into lines to take untested, ineffective “covid” vaccines — actually a very dangerous bio-weapon for all age and risk groups.

My test of the “test”

To see the resultant recommendations for testing BC CDC believes govern the state of my health, I tested the on-line “test” for the following four scenarios:

  1. Having a very hard time waking up, like after a jetlag journey by air.

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Feeling confused and/or momentarily or for a longer time losing consciousness, as in long exposure to Wi-Fi at my desk or as a result of wearing a mask for a couple of hours during extensive shopping, for example.

Test said: “These symptoms require emergency medical care. You should call 9-1-1 immediately, or go directly to your nearest emergency department.”

If I went to Emergency for stuff like that, I would be dead by now from waiting over there for service, possible medical mistakes, infections acquired and the drugs prescribed.

2. Mild shortness of breath. Test said: “Please consult your family doctor or nurse practitioner.” I keep healthy because I avoid doctors as much as I can. 

3. Moderate seasonal symptoms and ususal ailments like arthritic pains. Plus return from travel abroad, no contact with “covid positive case”.

BC CDC on-line test sent me to take bunk PCR test and 2-week quarantine!!! For pandemic that does not exist, except a fraudemic…

4. As 3, but no travel abroad.

The on-line test sent me to take bunk PCR test and 10-day self-isolation!!!

Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry and other quack doctors and commie psychopaths in BC gov’t can shove their on-line “test” like everything fraudemic coming from their mouths. They better resign before being carted out of Victoria salons by We the People.

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Are you experiencing any of the following:
  • Severe difficulty breathing (e.g. struggling to breathe or speaking in single words)
  • Severe chest pain
  • Having a very hard time waking up
  • Feeling confused
  • Losing consciousness

No Yes

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I always have diffculty waking up due to 9-hour jetlag from/to Europe. Before I switched off Wi-Fi on my desk and replaced with cable connection to my device, I used to lose consciousness momentarily, experienced sleep and waking up difficulties, and often felt confused. After an hour or two of wearing a mask, especially in closed spaces, but also outside in summer, I may get dizzy and faint.

I never sought emergency care in these cases, as I do not trust the Rockefeller medicine nor the “cures” by Big Pharma.

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Are you experiencing any of the following:
  • Mild to moderate shortness of breath
  • Inability to lie down because of difficulty breathing
  • Chronic health conditions that you are having difficulty managing because of difficulty breathing

No Yes

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I get short of breath for lack of exercise and as a result of sitting too long by computer.

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Check off all of the symptoms you are experiencing right now. Select the symptoms you have. If you are not experiencing any symptoms, select “None of the above.” Cough Difficulty breathing Headache Diarrhea Body aches
We will be asking you for more details about some of your symptoms above.
Are these symptoms unusual for you AND have they lasted more than 24hrs? No
What is the severity of your difficulty breathing?

If you are struggling to breathe or speak in single words, please call 9-1-1 or go directly to your nearest emergency department. Mild: Intermittent or occasional difficulty breathing with strenuous exercise or activities but doesn’t interfere with daily activities.

If you have new, mild difficulty breathing, consult your family doctor or nurse practitioner as soon as possible. If you are unable to reach your regular health care provider, call 8‑1‑1.
What is the severity of your cough? Such as a dry, persistent cough, or a cough with sputum. 

If your cough is getting worse and you are coughing up blood or sputum, or if it is causing shortness of breath, please talk to your doctor or nurse practitioner, or call 8-1-1. For more information on cough, see HealthLinkBC’s information for children age 11 and younger  and for people age 12 and older .

Moderate: Persistent or continuous coughing that doesn’t interfere with daily activities.

What is the severity of your body aches? Such as unusual muscle aching through your body.  Moderate: Persistent or continuous body aches that interferes with sustained exercise or physical activities.
What is the severity of your headache? If you have a severe headache that started suddenly and is the worst headache of your life, call 9-1-1 or other emergency services now. For more information on headaches, go to Healthlink BC.

Moderate: Persistent or continuous headache that doesn’t interfere with daily activities like bathing, getting dressed, eating and walking.

What is the severity of your diarrhea? Such as loose or watery stool that is not normal for you. 

If your diarrhea is getting worse, if you have bloody diarrhea or black, tarry stool, or if you feel like you are becoming dehydrated (such as less frequent urination, or becoming light-headed when standing), please talk to your doctor or nurse practitioner, or call 8-1-1. For more information on diarrhea, go to Healthlink BC.

Moderate: 4 to 10 episodes of loose stools per day (24 hours).

Have you returned to Canada from any country (including the United States) within the last 14 days? Yes

Did you have close contact with a person with confirmed COVID-19? No

close contact is someone confirmed to have COVID-19 who you live with or otherwise had close face to face contact(within 2 metres) while they had symptoms or in the 48 hours before their symptoms started. Note: This means you would have been contacted by your health authority’s public health team.

Please get a COVID-19 test and self-isolate for at least 14-days after your symptoms started.

1) You need to self-isolate for 14 days from the day your symptoms started or from the day you arrived in Canada, whichever is longer, even if your COVID-19 test is negative

2) Get a test at your nearest collection center (mobile and desktop) or click here (for Internet Explorer users)

3) Access your test results through any of these services

4) Learn what to do after receiving your test results

For more information about the testing options for children and youth, visit COVID-19 Testing for Children and Youth. If you are uncertain and/or feel very sick, call 8-1-1. Note that sometimes symptoms may suddenly worsen and require urgent medical care. Pay attention to how you are feeling. If it becomes harder to breathe, you can’t drink anything or feel much worse, call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency department.

Take a quick feedback survey

Let us know what’s important to you, and take a quick survey here. Your anonymous feedback will help with understanding how British Columbians respond to this tool, and help us continue to improve it. Please note that this survey is not intended for medical questions or advice.

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Tell us about your experience

Duration: under 1 minute

We would love to hear your feedback! It matters to us and helps to improve the experience for future people. Your responses are anonymous and your privacy is a top priority. Please do not include any personally identifying information. Please note that this survey is intended for feedback only, and not for medical advice.

Please select which most applies to you: I have one or more symptoms. I have recently travelled outside Canada or had expoasure to a confirmed case of COVID-19.

Before completing this self-assessment, what were you planning to do next? You can select multiple options.Get a COVID-19 test Call 811/telehealth Call a doctor Virtual visit with a doctor (e.g. video or app) Physical visit to a family doctor, walk-in clinic, or urgent care centrePhysical visit to Emergency Stay home/self isolate Go about my daily life as normal/usual

After completing this self-assessment, what do you plan to do next? You can select multiple options.Get a COVID-19 test Call 811/telehealth Call a doctor Virtual visit with a doctor (e.g. video or app) Physical visit to a family doctor, walk-in clinic, or urgent care centre Physical visit to Emergency Stay home/self isolate Go about my daily life as normal/usual

What is most important to you right now? Understanding what I need to do now Concern for my family Getting the latest information about COVID-19 Assessing my symptoms Learning what I can do to help others Add other:

Seeing the end of this covidiotism fraud

Overall, how satisfied with your life are you nowadays? 9 out of 10. Overall, how anxious do you feel today? 0 – Not at all

If you have any other questions/comments you would like to share, feel free to enter them below. Please note that this is not intended for medical advice. Do not include any personally identifying information.

It’s criminal to work on this knowing that there is no virus identified for a typical set of seasonal illness labelled “covid” in this fraud, PCR tests are bunk, vaccines are untested, ineffective and ouright DANGEROUS

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[As 3 but no travel abroad]

Please get a COVID-19 test and self-isolate for 10 days.

1) Get a test at your nearest collection center (mobile and desktop) or click here (for Internet Explorer users)

2) Access your test results through any of these services

3) Learn what to do after receiving your test results

4) If you test positive for COVID-19, Self-isolate for 10 days from the day your symptoms started. Public health will contact you in the next 24-72 hours to follow-up with you

5) If you test negative for COVID-19, stay home until you feel better

For more information about the testing options for children and youth, visit COVID-19 Testing for Children and Youth. If you are uncertain and/or feel very sick, call 8-1-1. Note that sometimes symptoms may suddenly worsen and require urgent medical care. Pay attention to how you are feeling. If it becomes harder to breathe, you can’t drink anything or feel much worse, call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency department.

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