Under the Freedom Of Information Request, you can quite legitimately find out what information the government actually has on the virus.
Isolation of the dangerous/infectious agent is the central pillar on which the consensus “COVID-19” narrative is based. However, there are very good reasons to question whether this virus has ever been accurately identified.Isolation of the dangerous/infectious agent is the central pillar on which the consensus “COVID-19” narrative is based. However, there are very good reasons to question whether this virus has ever been accurately identified.
If you really want to know the true status of this virus (if it actually exists), feel free to send this letter.
I KNOW the reply, they do not have such information available - so there you have it, there is no such thing as Covid19, Coronavirus, SARSCOV2 or anything else
Now, the thing is that if the Virus does not officially exist, then it cannot be legislated against. If it cannot be legislated against then the Coronavirus Act2020 AND all the additions etc are null and void.
If the Act is null and void, the authorities CANNOT prosecute for anything under the act. Therefore all those 10K fines handed out MUST be paid back (with interest).
More importantly, if you send the letter and get the reply, you can use the above argument in court to kill your prosecution dead.
All records in the possession, custody or control of Public Health England describing the isolation of a SARS-COV-2 virus, directly from a sample taken from a diseased patient, where the patient sample was not first combined with any other source of genetic material (i.e. monkey kidney cells aka vero cells; liver cancer cells).
Please note that I am using “isolation” in the every-day sense of the word: the act of separating a thing(s) from everything else. I am not requesting records where “isolation of SARS-COV-2” refers *instead* to:
the culturing of something, or
the performance of an amplification test (i.e. a PCR test), or
the sequencing of something.
Please also note that my request is not limited to records that were authored by the PHE or that pertain to work done by the PHE. My request includes any sort of record, for example (but not limited to) any published peer-reviewed study that the PHE has downloaded or printed.
Please provide enough information about each record so that I may identify and access each record with certainty (i.e. title, author(s), date, journal, where the public may access it).”