Author Topic: Mass blood testing just an excuse to create a DNA database by backdoor?  (Read 462 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Angelo222

It has now become very clear why the government blocked the sale of home test kits early on which could have given peace of mind to hundreds of thousands. They have consistently rubbished these kits despite many countries already using them successfully. Many of the kits sent abroad have been designed and manufactured in the UK but despite this the government still refused to purchase them choosing instead to rely on swab tests which require a blood sample to be taken and sent to a laboratory. This process takes up to 2 days to complete before results are sent out to the donor.

This has the potential to backfire big time on the government once people get wise to them.
De troothe has the annoying habit of coming to the surface just when you least expect it!!

Je ne regrette rien!!

Offline Davel

It has now become very clear why the government blocked the sale of home test kits early on which could have given peace of mind to hundreds of thousands. They have consistently rubbished these kits despite many countries already using them successfully. Many of the kits sent abroad have been designed and manufactured in the UK but despite this the government still refused to purchase them choosing instead to rely on swab tests which require a blood sample to be taken and sent to a laboratory. This process takes up to 2 days to complete before results are sent out to the donor.

This has the potential to backfire big time on the government once people get wise to them.

I don't think the govt have blocked any sales.. I know people who have used them.  The fact is the antibody tests are not reliable.  .Spain has also returned a batch to China and wants a refund
Master of Pinteresque Pauses

Offline Carana

It has now become very clear why the government blocked the sale of home test kits early on which could have given peace of mind to hundreds of thousands. They have consistently rubbished these kits despite many countries already using them successfully. Many of the kits sent abroad have been designed and manufactured in the UK but despite this the government still refused to purchase them choosing instead to rely on swab tests which require a blood sample to be taken and sent to a laboratory. This process takes up to 2 days to complete before results are sent out to the donor.

This has the potential to backfire big time on the government once people get wise to them.

Which type of test are you referring to?

The diagnostic one or the antibody one?

Offline Davel

It has now become very clear why the government blocked the sale of home test kits early on which could have given peace of mind to hundreds of thousands. They have consistently rubbished these kits despite many countries already using them successfully. Many of the kits sent abroad have been designed and manufactured in the UK but despite this the government still refused to purchase them choosing instead to rely on swab tests which require a blood sample to be taken and sent to a laboratory. This process takes up to 2 days to complete before results are sent out to the donor.

This has the potential to backfire big time on the government once people get wise to them.

I see what Carana is saying...are you referring to antigen or antibody tests...they are both quite different...you seem to be confusing the two
Master of Pinteresque Pauses

Offline Vertigo Swirl

It has now become very clear why the government blocked the sale of home test kits early on which could have given peace of mind to hundreds of thousands. They have consistently rubbished these kits despite many countries already using them successfully. Many of the kits sent abroad have been designed and manufactured in the UK but despite this the government still refused to purchase them choosing instead to rely on swab tests which require a blood sample to be taken and sent to a laboratory. This process takes up to 2 days to complete before results are sent out to the donor.

This has the potential to backfire big time on the government once people get wise to them.
You’re a proper conspiracy theorist aren’t you? 
“we have carried out a very serious investigation and there is no indication whatsoever Madeleine McCann's parents are linked to her disappearance” - Hans Christian Wolters, German Prosecutor..

“Conspiracy theories exhibit a strong obsession with detail, often taking the form of highlighting a tiny piece of evidence and blowing it up out of all proportion, buttressing their claims with a display of pseudo-scholarship.  When they examine the real evidence, conspiracy theorists do not accept that minor inconsistencies come from mistakes in reporting.” Sir Richard J Evans, author and historian

Offline Angelo222

Which type of test are you referring to?

The diagnostic one or the antibody one?

The best test gives both and can tell you if you have the virus currently or had it and have antibodies in your bloodstream. 
De troothe has the annoying habit of coming to the surface just when you least expect it!!

Je ne regrette rien!!

Offline Davel

The best test gives both and can tell you if you have the virus currently or had it and have antibodies in your bloodstream.

What evidence do you have that this test is reliable..... Saying the person selling it says so doesn't count..
i think its safe to say this test is not reliable
« Last Edit: April 24, 2020, 02:02:52 PM by Davel »
Master of Pinteresque Pauses

Offline John

What evidence do you have that this test is reliable..... Saying the person selling it says so doesn't count..
i think its safe to say this test is not reliable

I have to agree with you on this one. Despite all the claims of ninety something percent accuracy it has been revealed that the test kits are only effective when used on seriously ill patients.


New York Times
Published 16 April 2020

U.K. Paid $20 Million for New Coronavirus Tests. They Didn’t Work.

Facing a global scramble for materials, British officials bought millions of unproven kits from China in a gamble that became an embarrassment.

The two Chinese companies were offering a risky proposition: two million home test kits said to detect antibodies for the coronavirus for at least $20 million, take it or leave it.

The asking price was high, the technology was unproven and the money had to be paid upfront. And the buyer would be required to pick up the crate loads of test kits from a facility in China.

Yet British officials took the deal, according to a senior civil servant involved, then confidently promised tests would be available at pharmacies in as little as two weeks. “As simple as a pregnancy test,” gushed Prime Minister Boris Johnson. “It has the potential to be a total game changer.”

There was one problem, however. The tests did not work.

Found to be insufficiently accurate by a laboratory at Oxford University, half a million of the tests are now gathering dust in storage. Another 1.5 million bought at a similar price from other sources have also gone unused. The fiasco has left embarrassed British officials scrambling to get back at least some of the money.

“They might perhaps have slightly jumped the gun,” said Prof. Peter Openshaw of Imperial College London, a member of the government’s New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group. “There is a huge pressure on politicians to come out and say things that are positive.”

A spokesperson from the Department of Health and Social Care said that the government had ordered the smallest number of tests allowed by the sellers and that it would try to recover the money, without specifying how.

The ill-starred purchases are in some ways a parable of the risks in the escalating scrum among competing governments racing for an edge in the fight against the pandemic.

Read more...
« Last Edit: April 25, 2020, 06:35:06 PM by John »
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. An exposé of egregious malfeasance by public officials.
Indeed, the truth never changes with the passage of time.

Offline Miss Taken Identity

'Never underestimate the power of stupid people'... George Carlin

Offline Eleanor


Why would anyone worry about a DNA Data Base if they haven't done anything wrong?

Offline Miss Taken Identity

Re: Mass blood testing just an excuse to create a DNA database by backdoor?
« Reply #10 on: April 30, 2020, 08:57:17 PM »
Why would anyone worry about a DNA Data Base if they haven't done anything wrong?

All our medical data is being given to Amazon free of charge!  I do not want them to have mine. Simples.
'Never underestimate the power of stupid people'... George Carlin

Offline Davel

All our medical data is being given to Amazon free of charge!  I do not want them to have mine. Simples.

no they havent youve misunderstood..

While individual patient data is not being given to the company
Master of Pinteresque Pauses