Proof of Measles - Internal Review
I posted about my OIA for scientific proof for the existence of the Measles virus. As you may remember, I received a refusal on the grounds of 18(d) that Waitaha Canterbury does not hold the records but the records exist in the public domain. I sent an objection to them stating that I could not find any proof for the existence of the measles virus in the public and asked that either they provide at least 1 paper that proves the existence of the Measles Virus or refuse my request with an 18(e) that the records do not exist.
Surprisingly, I received a response today.
They have stated that they do not hold the records for the scientific proof nor could they locate even 1 record in the public domain. You would have to question that a research lab on measles wouldn’t have the scientific proof for the existence of the thing they are allegedly studying.
Unfortunately, the way most of these labs works, is that they simply follow protocols. They do not engage in real science and instead are simply going through the motions set in place by fraudsters like Enders and Pasteur.
I do have respect though that the employees of CDHB who responded to my request are aware enough to understand that the records that I seek (the scientific proof for the existence of Measles) does not indeed exist! And thankfully, I did not need to raise any complaints with the Ombudsman which have seemed to go nowhere.
Could it be that sending these FOIA/OIA requests to institutions at least puts a tiny amount of doubt into any scientifically minded individual at these institutions? Their livelihoods depends on the germ theory myth but if they are willing to state they don’t hold the scientific proof for the existence of viruses, that is at least admitting there might be a problem to themselves.
Will they explore the issue further?
What do you think?
'Enders and Pasteur' protocols are a type of religious proceedings. A life long Missa participant does not question Missa proceedings.
I hope so