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Challenge Trials

The website nature.com published an article on 1st May 2024 titled “Scientists tried to give people COVID — and failed”.

Let’s just remind ourselves of how things were in July 2020…

When Tesco decided to ease up on the ridiculous one-way systems people got “furious”.

People would wear masks AND face-shields just to be in the same room with each other. We were told repeatedly that to go outside in the sunshine was dangerous because we could be spreading the deadly virus while we were perfectly healthy. There were of course those of us that understood this was all anti-science nonsense and hysteria, but we were called racists, bigots, granny-killers and deniers.

Here we are in 2024, where you can still find a few mask fans and certainly plenty of COVID “vaccine” enthusiasts, with articles such as the one mentioned above on nature.com being published with barely anyone even raising an eyebrow.

The subheading of the article reads…

Researchers deliberately infect participants with SARS-CoV-2 in ‘challenge’ trials — but high levels of immunity complicate efforts to test vaccines and treatments.


But, we were told natural immunity was no good. No-one was immune, we were all at risk, eventually we’d all get COVID and if we weren’t “fully vaccinated” we’d probably end up dying on a ventilator with our last words being something like “I wish I’d had the vaccine”. You had to keep getting your State-issued injections as the “immunity wanes”, and although you’d probably get ill anyway and think it was COVID, it was important to remember and tell everyone else that “it would have been SO much worse if I’d not had the jabs”.

Well, further reading of this article shows how a PhD student at University of Oxford had volunteered for one of these “challenge trials”. Amazingly though…

Neither he nor any of the 35 other people who participated in the ‘challenge’ trial actually got COVID-19.

Hmmm. The article continues…

The study’s results, published on 1 May in Lancet Microbe, raise questions about the usefulness of COVID-19 challenge trials for testing vaccines, drugs and other therapeutics.

Apparently they are the only questions this raises. According to Very Smart People, one of the questions this does not raise, at all, is whether the so-called SARS-CoV-2 “virus” is indeed what made anyone ill in the first place? No, that question is not raised at all by the complete 100% total failure to make anyone ill by deliberate infection.

Tom Peacock, a virologist at Imperial College London is then quoted as saying “If you can’t get people infected, then you can’t test those things”, apparently without realising that not being able to “get people infected” is the single biggest indicator that the thing you believe is making people ill, isn’t.

“Ah yes, but it’s the variants mate” say the virus-fans. This is the assertion made next in the article…

Viral strains used in challenge trials take many months to produce, making it impossible to match emerging circulating variants that can overcome high levels of existing immunity in populations.

How come? How come “viral strains” take many months to produce, when we were all walking virus factories just a short year or so ago? Why the need to produce them in a months-long process? Surely as “infected” people are just spewing millions of viral particles out with every breath there should be absolutely no need to spend any time or resources to “produce” them? Just get anyone who “tests positive” to breathe within the magic 2 metres of the participants, job done right? After all, we were all relentlessly assaulted by well-funded behavioural science based campaigns like this…

With the apparent uselessness of these “challenge trials” being rather self-evident, you might wonder why there is so much enthusiasm for them. Well further down the article, skipping past all the silly attempts to explain this all away with talk of variants, strains, time to produce, upping “doses” etc. we get to the heart of the matter…

Chiu is leading a consortium that in March was awarded US$57 million by the European Union and CEPI, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations in Oslo, to use challenge trials to test inhaled and intranasal COVID-19 vaccines that might also block transmission.

Ah yes, millions of dollars/euros/pounds in grants for “challenge trials”. What is CEPI? Their website explains…

CEPI works to accelerate the development of vaccines and other biologic countermeasures against epidemic and pandemic threats so they can be accessible to all people in need.

CEPI was founded in Davos by the governments of Norway and India, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, and the World Economic Forum.

Today, our support has grown to include funding from over 30 national governments, the European Commission, and key philanthropic organisations the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Wellcome. We are also supported by several private sector organisations, and CEPI received public contributions for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic through the UN Foundation COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

By the way, it turns out that the aforementioned volunteer, the PhD student at University of Oxford, yeah he works for a “non-profit” that “advocates for challenge trials”.

Imagine that, more propping up of the failed “virus” idea by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, the World Economic Forum and a multitude of Governments, with “volunteers” and “non-profits” all working together, all part of the “global partnership”.

Sounds a bit like a conspiracy theory.