There’s No Such Thing As A Virus That Causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

(Natural News) By Mike Adams If Big Pharma has its way, there will vaccinessoon be a vaccine for almost every disease or disorder you can think of. Now they’re trying to push the concept that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused by a virus. As you  may have already guessed, this is a clever preamble for pushing “CFS vaccines” in much the same way that HPV vaccines are being pushed today. Don’t be fooled. Read more in today’s revealing story about CFS:

Beware, readers, when you see articles in the mainstream media claiming that a retrovirus causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). The stories quote new research published in the journal Science which claims that this virus — known as XMRV — was found in 67% of CFS sufferers but only 4% of the general population. From there, the media leaps to the wild conclusion that CFS is caused by this virus.

What you need to know is that this disinformation is laying the groundwork for a future CFS vaccine that will be pushed on the population in much the same way as HPV vaccines are now. The first step in getting the public to accept yet another vaccine is to brainwash people into thinking that yet another disease is caused by a virus. From there, it’s only a matter of time before drug companies start talking about offering “treatment” in the form of a vaccine.

This is a play-by-play mirror image of the fraudulent push behind HPV vaccines. First, drug companies funded studies to “prove” that cervical cancer was caused by a virus (it actually isn’t). From there, they pushed their vaccine, claiming it “saves lives” by preventing cervical cancer. Of course, we now know the cervical cancer vaccine is a pharmaceutical hoax. Even one of its own top researchers recently declared that HPV vaccines are “ineffective.” (…)

So why is the XMRV virus found in more CFS sufferers than the general population? It’s simple: People with CFS have compromised immune systems, and in this state of weakened immunity, they are unable to rid their bodies of not just XMRV, but many other viruses as well. The presence of this virus is a symptom of the disease, not the cause.

Every viral announcement is a covert push for a future vaccine

For their own protection, it’s important that health consumers learn to recognize these hidden vaccine agendas when they see them. Every announcement about a virus causing some particular disease is actually a covert push for a future vaccine. That’s why drug companies are busily funding all kinds of research that hopes to find (or fabricate) a viral cause for almost every major disease.

You’ll see, on a regular basis, increasingly frequent news stories claiming researchers have “discovered” the virus that causes cancer, or diabetes, or Alzheimer’s disease or even strokes. And then, months or years later you’ll see the FDA approving some new vaccine designed to “prevent” that disease or disorder. Before long, that vaccine will be added to an ever-growing list of other vaccines already being forced onto the population, and the whole thing will be framed in the language of “public health.”

This is Big Pharma’s disease mongering engine hard at work. This is how they game the system and fool the masses. First, they blame a virus for a disease, then they push a vaccine as “treatment.” But it’s all based on junk science. There is no virus that causes CFS or even cervical cancer. In fact, it’s scientifically and medically inaccurate to say there’s even a virus that causes the common cold. People are exposed to these viruses all the time and they don’t catch the cold. Only a person with a compromised immune system (lacking vitamin D, usually, and suffering from chronic stress) winds up showing symptoms of the cold.

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11 Responses to There’s No Such Thing As A Virus That Causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  1. pochoams says:

    I really do not understand this article. For several reasons:
    -The Discovery was not made by big pharma company, it was made by WP Institute, that is founded by a mother that has a daughter with CFS
    -All the experts on CFS, are agreeing on the XMRV implication on CFS, and all of them are very excited of this finding. The are not in the side of Pharma companies, the only one that is more critic with this is Tietelbaum, who has a web that sells supplements for CFS and might be seeing his business at risk if treatments come alone.
    -Who is Never heard of them, but in any case it also seems to me that they make a lot of money with “natural supplements” for CFS, and that might be the reason to write this article.
    Let Science work on this! Come on!

  2. phd001 says:

    This is just uninformed garbage. I’m not wasting my time by refuting this nonsense point by point. The study appeared in “Science” and the two main researchers have 20 years experience in HIV and even longer in cancer, respectively. Come back to planet Earth sometime. And learn something about science, if you’re able……

    • Clare Swinney says:

      You should try and refute it and include references, otherwise people reading your comment may assume you are a disinformation agent, working for a vaccine manufacturer.

  3. Julie says:

    I love Mike Adams and usually am right on with his statements but on this one I think he is way off mark. There is a specific history with this illness that is not referenced at all in his article – he is making blanket statements without addressing the specifics. You can read member comments on my site here:

  4. Hip says:

    The author, Mike Adams, the “Health Ranger” is a very dangerous and stupid person.

    Writing an article like the above shows in incredibly low IQ, and bad education.

    From now on, you should regard any articles on his web site “Natural News” as downright WRONG!

  5. Hip says:

    Why do I say this about Mike Adams? If you do your background reading into CFS, you find that he XMRV researchers are very much the good guys. I mean, really, the good guys.

    • Clare Swinney says:

      I have found Mike Adams’ work in regard to informing people about the dangers inherent in vaccines to be very good indeed. His work is a potent antidote to the propaganda.
      It is quite sad that when someone is perceived to make an error about one facet of a large area that he/she is abused in the manner you have done. You don’t use your real name, but he does, which I think says a lot.

  6. Jstorm says:

    Mike Adams is cool, Hip is an idiot, arrogant troll or both

  7. Hip says:

    Untangling the good from the bad takes time, dedication, commitment, a love of truth, and philanthropy.

    The Mike Adams the “Heath Ranger” has not yet developed these qualities to a necessary extent.

    He boils everything down to his simple formula, which roughly speaking, is that: all (or most) pharmaceutical drugs are bad, that all (or most) conventional scientific medicine is bad, and (most stupidly of all) he seems to hold the perspective that nature is perfect and benign, and that only human meddling with nature causes disease and ill health; he seems to think that all our health woes are man-made.

    Well, this set of beliefs is dangerous. Nature is one of the most deadly foes. There is nothing man-made about Ebola, Malaria, Smallpox, HIV, Lyme (Borrelia burgdorferi), and millions of other nasty microbes that nature has created. And we are beginning to understand that a huge number of diseases are caused by microbes, from Alzheimer’s to multiple sclerosis, from diabetes to hear attacks. So hope for the future lies in human effort to address this situation.

    Myself, I have a great interest in alternative medicine, herbal treatments, and so forth, and have very much enjoyed Mike Adam’s site for the reporting on these subjects. I subscribe to the idea that we all eat too much and food, and that our modern lives and values are often a source of our ills.

    But the Heath Ranger makes me cringe when he spouts those political statements. Yes, very often there is corruption and stupidity within the system. In fact, in the case of chronic fatigue syndrome, it was the CDC that has stupidly refused to help people with CFS, saying that this disease was “All in the Mind”. In saying this, the CDC have denied these very sick CFS patients the health care that they desperately need (since their insurance will not pay for a disease that is considered psychological), and has also severely halted research into CFS for the last few decades. So the bad guys in this case are the CDC. If you are interested in this terrible negligence by the CDC, look up “Osler’s Web” by journalist Hillary Johnson.

    The discovery of XMRV in CFS patients is a start towards demonstrating that CFS is a real condition, and one much worse than AIDS, in fact.

    My criticism of Mike Adams is that his formula for understanding and responding the world is too simple and rigid. Each situation we deal with in life has its own history, its own nuances. If one learns anything from alternative health, it is that it takes time, intuition, education, dedication, and conscious effort to find the these nuances of truth, rather than applying the same old formula. That is just laziness.

  8. Hip says:

    Sorry, an error in the 5th paragraph above: it should read “we all eat too much junk food”.

  9. I have been reading your posts lately, just want to say thanks for all informative stuff i have found here, helped me learn alot lately.

    Much Regards, Mark

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