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There is no such things as viruses

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Started: 9/11/2017 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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There are no viruses.There never has been any viruses in the past and there wont be any viruses in the future. That's because viruses don't exist. Viruses are just made up nonsense by the medical establishment and pharmaceutical companies so that they can make huge mega-dollars out of gullible people with drugs and vaccines.

(Only people with some life experience can apply. That means no 16 or 14 year olds thanks.)


There have been plenty of reports of people dying due to viruses. I hope you are joking.
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Sorry, this is no joke. The joke is on you because you believe that the medical system is really trying to save lives and cure people. This is illogical thinking. If somebody gets paid to heal your illness, then, it is in their best interest to keep you in the dark as to what the cause of your illness is. Thus, this is exactly what the medical system has been doing is is still doing to this very day. Germs and viruses do not cause disease and never have. Viruses can't cause disease because they don't exist in the first place. The main cause of disease is the modern diet of grain, sugar and dairy which causes malfunction and blockages which results in most so called diseases from occurring. The medical system can't afford the public to catch onto this scam or they might all be put into jail where they belong. Dangerous chemicals can also cause diseases like polio and Ebola.


A virus is a living organism, it would have a parasitic relationship to the body just as a tapeworm would. According to The Theory of Evolution there would have to be single celled parasitic organisms for there to be multi celled parasitic organisms. Meaning all parasitic organism s would have to have a common ancestor, even before multi cellular organisms.
Debate Round No. 2


Even the medical text books say that viruses are non-living organisms.
Quote from text book - Viruses can only replicate themselves by infecting a host cell and therefore cannot reproduce on their own. ... They are similar to obligate intracellular parasites as they lack the means for self-reproduction outside a host cell, but unlike parasites, viruses are generally not considered to be true living organisms.

The concept of a virus is an illogical assumption based false data. Disease occurrence is far more easy to explain using vitamin deficiency, inappropriate foods and toxic substances as the causative agents. It has been proven that gut bacteria leak into the blood stream due to inflammation caused by eating inappropriate foods such as grain, dairy and sugar. Because bacteria are present in the blood stream when somebody is sick has been used as evidence in the past that bacteria is the cause of disease. This is a false assumption. The true cause being the inappropriate foods which caused the gut to become leaky which allowed the bacteria to enter the blood stream. Thus, bacteria are only a secondary phase of the infection process.
Thus, the medical system will jump into action and try to kill the bacteria in the blood stream as a means of curing the illness. They will give you antibiotic which will kill all the bacteria in your gut and blood stream. This is the equivalent of dropping an atomic bomb on a city as a means of fixing the local crime problem.
The only cure for any illness is either fasting or changing your diet to a more natural one which doesn't include sugar, alcohol, caffeine, grain or dairy.

"Germs are the result of a disease, not the cause of it" - (Antoine Bechamp)
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Posted by Emilrose 3 years ago
First round acceptance?
Posted by Shad0wXx 3 years ago
I might be willing to debate you on this, but I'm 15 so I guess I don't fit your criteria. If you do decide that you'd be willing to debate me on this, though, message me.
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