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Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion, SUNY 2003Frank Visser, graduated as a psychologist of culture and religion, founded IntegralWorld in 1997. He worked as production manager for various publishing houses and as service manager for various internet companies and lives in Amsterdam. Books: Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion (SUNY, 2003), and The Corona Conspiracy: Combatting Disinformation about the Coronavirus (Kindle, 2020).
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Frank Visser brings light and sanity to the miasmal confusion of suspicions and misinformation. (David Quammen, November 23, 2020)

TABLE OF CONTENTS | REVIEWS

The Silly Sixteen: Who's Who in Corona Conspiracy Country?, Frank Visser
Icke, Kaufman, Bailey, Borger, Cowan
Engel, Engelbrecht, Fuellmich, Lanka, McKernan
Malhotra, Mikovits, Ossenbaard, Savalle, Scoglio, Yan

The Silly Sixteen:
Who's Who in Corona Conspiracy Country

The Corona Conspiracy, Appendix 2

Frank Visser

Main characters in the Corona Conspiracy story
CHARACTER PART(S)
ICKE, David - British former football player, conspiracy theorist since the '90, notorious for his reptilians-rule-the-world theory 1, 11, 15, 18, 21, 27
KAUFMAN, Andrew - naturopath, virus denialist made famous by David Icke, spreads the notions that viruses are actually exosomes 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 13, 16, 23, 25, 26, 31
BAILEY, Samantha - virus denialist, medical YouTube influencer from New Zealand, co-author of Virus Mania 23, 30
BORGER, Pieter - Dutch PCR skeptic, first author of the Corman-Drosten retraction request, creationist 20, 24, 25, 29
COWAN, Tom - naturopath, virus- and contagion-denier, promotes the electromagnetic theory about COVID-19 (5G) and other pandemics 19, 23, 25, 26
ENGEL, Willem - Dutch anti-lockdown activist, fights (and loses) dozens of legal battles against the Dutch government, dance teacher 18, 25
ENGELBRECHT, Torsten - German investigative journalist, main author of Virus Mania, the bible of virus denialism 23, 30
FUEHLLMICH, Reiner - German anti-lockdown lawyer, PCR skeptic, has since long announced class-action lawsuits against Drosten et al 27, 32
LANKA, Stefan - German biologist, virus denialist since '90, became famous when he lost (and won) the case about measles in court 5, 7, 25, 26, 28, 32
MALHOTRA, Bobby Majesh - Belligerent info warrior, PCR skeptic, co-author of the Corman-Drosten retraction request 20, 24
McKERNAN, Kevin - PCR skeptic, co-author of the Corman-Drosten retraction request, cannabis genome specialist 20, 24
MIKOVITS, Judy - discredited virologist, argued that fatigue syndrome has viral origin, main character of Plandemic 14, 23
OSSEBAARD, Janet - Dutch former crop circle specialist, QAnon influencer, became famous with her "Fall of the Cabal" series 18
SAVALLE, Patrick - Dutch virus denialist (HIV/AIDS), PCR skeptic, investigative journalist, former blogger and IT-specialist 20, 25
SCOGLIO, Stefano - Italian naturopath, virus denialist, PCR skeptic, co-author of Virus Mania, alleged Nobel Prize nominee for medicine 2018 23, 25, 30
YAN, Li-Meng - Hong Kong lab leak whistleblower, made famous by Fox News and Steve Bannon, author of several discredited papers 17, 25

What is the cause of COVID-19 according to conspiracy theorists? (Science says: a deadly new natural virus)
Researcher/ Theorist* Mild virus of natural origin Mild/deadly virus of lab origin 5G/toxins/ stress, etc.
Icke
Kaufman
Bailey
Borger
Cowan
Engel
Engelbrecht
Lanka
McKennan
Mikovits
Ossenbaard
Savalle
Scoglio
Yan
TOTAL 3 2 9

* In order of appearance in The Corona Conspiracy series of articles.


Check out: 27 Covid-19 Myths &
83 Vaccine Myths from docbastard.net
To all those who claim SARS-CoV-2—or any virus—does not exist: the virosphere consists of 4 realms, 9 kingdoms, 16 phyla, 2 subphyla, 36 classes, 55 orders, 8 suborders, 168 families, 103 subfamilies, 1421 genera, 68 subgenera, 6590 species. Take that. https://talk.ictvonline.org/taxonomy/

A summary of early parts of this series has appeared in the Dutch magazine Skepter 33(3), September 2020, as "Viruses don't exist" (covering Parts 1-5). German: Skeptiker (December 2020); English: Skeptic.org.uk (January 2021)






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