International Rebellion Underway

After six months of intermittent or in some circumstances near-continuous lockdowns, many have reached their restrict and uprisings are lastly rising world wide. The final week of August 2020 noticed gatherings of tens of 1000’s of people in Berlin,1 London2 and Dublin,3 protesting stay-at-home orders, enterprise closures, masks and vaccine mandates and Invoice Gates’ dictatorial grip on public well being issues.

Within the U.S., a protest occurred August 30, 2020, in Boston, Massachusetts, in opposition to a brand new pupil flu vaccination mandate,4 and in Virginia, protesters gathered September 2 in opposition of unconstitutional COVID-19 mandates.5

These are simply a couple of of the various demonstrations which have taken place in latest weeks round the world, as persons are beginning to understand their human rights are being stripped away over a virus with a lethality on par with that of seasonal influenza and different pandemic viruses, none of which was responded to with a world shutdown of economies and compelled quarantining of wholesome people.

COVID-19 — A Large Brainwashing Scheme?

In latest weeks and months, increasingly more consultants have come out sharing what they know in regards to the roles of Large Tech, Large Pharma and world well being organizations such because the World Well being Group within the creation of a brand new technocratic world order.

In case you missed my interview with monetary analyst Patrick Wooden, wherein he particulars the technocratic take-over plan, which has been in play for many years, be positive to evaluation it now. Different articles shedding gentle on what’s taking place behind the scenes embody “Harvard Professor Exposes Google and Fb,” that includes a documentary with professor Shoshana Zuboff, and “Plandemic Half 2.”

Whenever you begin to place all of the puzzle items collectively, it appears clear this pandemic is being used as a canopy story for each a worldwide wealth redistribution scheme, and for the implementation of a technocratic system of totalitarian rule by unelected leaders.

The WHO appears to be half and parcel of this world community. Whereas the U.S. has severed ties with the group, Large Tech remains to be selling the WHO as a remaining arbiter of which views are acceptable and which aren’t — medical experience and scientific achievements be damned.

As reported by Reclaim the Internet,6 the WHO eavesdrops on every thing you do on-line, from reviewing your social media interactions to analyzing your feelings. To counteract “unfold of deceptive info” in regards to the pandemic — which was a key space of focus throughout Occasion 201 — the WHO has partnered with an analytics firm that makes use of machine studying evaluation to scan greater than 1.6 million social media posts per week.

The intention of this “social listening strategy”— a nicer time period than good old school spying — is to counteract something that doesn’t align with the WHO’s present narrative on sicknesses, therapies, interventions and causes of illness.

Aiding them in this dystopian censoring course of is the United Nations, which has launched an military of 10,000 digital volunteers who troll the web for “false” info and opposing views.

On prime of that, most social media platforms have their very own extremely biased “fact-checkers” who censor for all they’re value. Again in April 2020, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, spouse of Google product director Dennis Troper, introduced they’d ban and take away any video from the platform that contradicts the WHO.7

Numerous examples of wanton censorship of completely legitimate medical and scientific info throughout all social media platforms and Google might be discovered at this level.

Simply How Lethal Is COVID-19?

In accordance to groundbreaking information8 lately launched by the U.S. Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention, solely 6% of the entire COVID-19-related deaths within the U.S. had COVID-19 listed because the sole reason behind demise on the demise certificates.

Six p.c of 169,044 (the entire demise toll as of September 2) is 10,143. “For deaths with circumstances or causes as well as to COVID-19, on common, there have been 2.6 extra circumstances or causes per demise,” the CDC states. As reported by Rochester First,9 the highest underlying medical circumstances included influenza, pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertension, diabetes, dementia, coronary heart issues and renal failure.

Nonetheless, the record additionally consists of 5,424 intentional and unintentional harm and poisoning deaths, so principally, accidents and suicides wherein the person simply occurred to check constructive (or was suspected of being constructive for SARS-CoV-2) are additionally included within the grand complete.

(Please be aware, these information had been correct as of this writing. The CDC doesn’t notate when information is altered as new demise certificates are available in, so the numbers could due to this fact be completely different from what’s reported right here, relying on whenever you’re taking a look at it. For essentially the most up-to-date figures, see the CDC’s web site.10)

The truth that solely 6% of COVID-19-related deaths are straight attributable to SARS-CoV-2 is unhealthy information whenever you’re making an attempt to maintain a doomsday narrative going. In what seems to be a blatant try to reduce publicity of those information, social media platforms have censored many making an attempt to share it.11

As famous by unbiased information commentator Tim Pool within the video under, fact-checkers are digging into nitpicky semantics of their effort to censor the CDC information, and in so doing, they’re actually stretching the “false” declare ultrathin.

Related information have emerged from Palm Seaside County, Florida, the place an investigation by CBS 1212 I-Workforce revealed solely 86 of the reported 658 COVID-19 deaths had “COVID-19 pneumonia” listed as the only reason behind demise.

All others had a number of comorbidities, together with diabetes, cardiovascular ailments and dementia. As famous by CBS 12, “Most Palm Seaside County COVID deaths can’t be attributed to COVID alone.”

Whereas Dr. Terry Adirim, senior affiliate dean on the Florida Atlantic College Faculty of Medication, advised the I-Workforce that “it is smart to rely them [people with comorbid conditions] towards COVID deaths as a result of the virus could have made an in any other case nonfatal sickness like a coronary heart situation lethal,” the converse argument also can be made.

Had it not been for them having a number of severe comorbidities, the chance of the virus to those people would have been minuscule, and in the event that they bought sick in any respect, they’d most likely have survived. So, finally, ought to the virus bear the brunt of the blame?

An infection Fatality Price on Par With the Flu

Conserving the “killer virus” narrative going for much longer might be going to turn into much more troublesome in gentle of a September 2, 2020 article13 in Annals of Inner Medication, which factors out that:

“As a result of many circumstances of coronavirus illness 2019 (COVID-19) are asymptomatic, generalizable information on the true variety of individuals contaminated are missing, and that when calculating mortality charges from confirmed circumstances, you find yourself overestimating the an infection fatality ratio (IFR).”

The paper reads, partially:14

“To calculate a real an infection fatality ratio, inhabitants prevalence information are wanted from massive geographic areas the place dependable demise information additionally exist … We mixed prevalence estimates from a statewide random pattern with Indiana important statistics information of confirmed COVID-19 deaths.

In short, our stratified random pattern consisted of state residents aged 12 years and older. Recognized decedents and incarcerated individuals had been excluded. As a result of nursing houses had been limiting residents’ means to depart and re-enter the services, their participation was unlikely.

Contributors had been examined from 25 April to 29 April 2020 for lively viral an infection and SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, which might point out prior an infection … We calculated the IFR by age, race, intercourse, and ethnicity on the premise of the cumulative variety of confirmed COVID-19 deaths as of 29 April 2020, divided by the variety of infections.

Though nursing house residents weren’t examined, they represented 54.9% of Indiana’s deaths. Thus, we excluded nursing house residents from all calculations (that’s, deaths and infections).

To account for all infections, we added the variety of sufferers hospitalized with COVID-19 throughout the testing interval and noninstitutionalized COVID-19 deaths into the denominator …

Our random-sample research estimated 187 802 cumulative infections, to which 180 hospitalizations had been added. The typical age amongst all COVID-19 decedents was 76.9 years.

The general noninstitutionalized an infection fatality ratio was 0.26% … Individuals youthful than 40 years had an an infection fatality ratio of 0.01%; these aged 60 or older had an an infection fatality ratio of 1.71%. Whites had an an infection fatality ratio of 0.18%; non-Whites had an an infection fatality ratio of 0.59%.”

The estimated an infection fatality price for seasonal influenza listed on this paper is 0.8%. So, the one folks for whom SARS-CoV-2 an infection is extra harmful than influenza is these over the age of 60.

All others have a decrease threat of dying from COVID-19 than they’ve of dying from the flu. Put one other means, in case you’re below the age of 60, your possibilities of dying from the flu is higher than your likelihood of dying from COVID-19.

White Home coronavirus activity power coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx additionally confirmed this far decrease than sometimes reported mortality price when she, in mid-August 2020, said that it “turns into increasingly more troublesome” to get folks to adjust to masks guidelines “when folks begin to understand that 99% of us are going to be effective.”15

Count on Large Propaganda Marketing campaign to Enhance Vaccine Uptake

With demise charges being as little as they’re for everybody below the age of 60, it actually weakens the rationale for vaccinating your complete world, together with newborns, the chance to whom the virus poses is just about nil.

The vaccine trying more and more pointless is probably going a cause for why the U.S. authorities is planning to launch an “overwhelming” COVID-19 vaccine marketing campaign this fall, utilizing rigorously researched messages. As detailed in “Well being and Autonomy within the 21st Century,” Yale College has carried out a trial16 to decide the kind of message that may maximize acceptance and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine. Messaging slants evaluated within the investigation included:17

Private freedom message — A message about how COVID-19 is limiting folks’s private freedom and the way working collectively to get sufficient folks vaccinated can protect society’s private freedoms.

Financial freedom message — A message about how COVID-19 is limiting folks’s financial freedom and the way, by working collectively to get sufficient folks vaccinated, society can protect its financial freedom.

Self-interest message — A message that COVID-19 presents an actual hazard to at least one’s well being, even when one is younger and wholesome, with the concept being that getting vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 is one of the simplest ways to forestall oneself from getting sick.

Neighborhood curiosity message — A message in regards to the risks of COVID-19 to the well being of family members. The thought to promote is that the extra individuals who get vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19, the decrease the chance that one’s family members will get sick. The thought: Society should work collectively and all get vaccinated.

Financial profit message — A message about how COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on the financial system and the one approach to strengthen the financial system is to work collectively to get sufficient folks vaccinated.

Guilt message — This message is in regards to the hazard that COVID-19 presents to the well being of 1’s household and neighborhood, with the concept that the finest approach to shield them is by getting vaccinated, and that society should work collectively to get sufficient folks vaccinated. Then it asks the participant to think about the guilt they’ll really feel if they do not get vaccinated and unfold the illness.

Embarrassment message — This message is in regards to the hazard that COVID-19 presents to the well being of 1’s household and neighborhood. The thought to advertise is that one of the simplest ways to guard them is by getting vaccinated and by working collectively to ensure sufficient folks get vaccinated. Then it asks the participant to think about the embarrassment they’ll really feel if they do not get vaccinated and subsequently unfold the illness.

Anger message — This message is in regards to the hazard that COVID-19 presents to the well being of 1’s household and neighborhood. The gross sales thought is that one of the simplest ways to guard them is by getting vaccinated and by working collectively to make it possible for sufficient folks get vaccinated. It then asks the participant to think about the anger they’ll really feel if they do not get vaccinated and unfold the illness.

Belief in science message — A message about how getting vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 is the simplest means of defending one’s neighborhood. It promotes the concept that vaccination is backed by science, and that anybody who would not get vaccinated would not perceive how infections are unfold or who ignores science.

Not bravery message — A message which describes how firefighters, docs and entrance line medical staff are courageous, and infers that those that select to not get vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 usually are not courageous.

The research, which was accomplished July 8, 2020, additionally sought to find out:

  • Participant’s confidence within the security and effectiveness of the vaccine after listening to the message in query
  • Participant’s willingness to influence others to get vaccinated
  • Their concern of those that haven’t been vaccinated
  • The social judgment of those that select to not vaccinate

Prosocial Strain Ways Work Greatest

Harvard Enterprise College in collaboration with the Sloan College of Administration, Massachusetts Institute of Know-how, have additionally revealed a working paper18 evaluating self-interested versus prosocial motivations for COVID-19 prevention behaviors.

Contemplating the messages we’ve been bombarded with over the previous few months — calling individuals who don’t put on masks “grandma killers” and so forth — it appears clear that outcomes from these sorts of investigations have been capitalized on.

In that paper, “Don’t Get It or Don’t Unfold It?” the authors evaluation research wherein varied sorts of messages had been in contrast — messages highlighting the risk to self, versus the risk you would possibly pose to others.

Total, prosocial messages, i.e., messages that stress the significance of complying with prevention behaviors so as to shield others fared the very best. In keeping with the authors:19

“These outcomes reveal that prosocial framing was extra efficient than self-interested framing, suggesting a possible primacy of prosocial motivations in supporting prevention intentions …

First, prosocial framing could have been comparatively simpler not as a result of prosocial motivations do extra to drive prevention intentions, however relatively as a result of folks consider that COVID-19 poses a higher risk to society than to themselves.

Certainly, topics in Research 1-2 did on common report that coronavirus posed a bigger public than private risk.

Nonetheless, we discover that the benefit of the Public therapy (relative to the Private therapy) was not considerably moderated by ‘risk distinction scores’ (i.e., variations between the reported private vs. public risk of coronavirus), or considerably smaller amongst topics who reported the private risk of coronavirus to be as massive or bigger than the public risk …

Thus, we discover proof that the relative effectiveness of the Public therapy was not distinctive to topics who noticed COVID-19 as extra threatening to society than to themselves.

A second risk is that prosocial framing (which inspires folks to keep away from spreading coronavirus) was simpler than self-interested framing (which encourages folks to keep away from getting coronavirus) as a result of folks really feel comparatively extra empowered to keep away from spreading the virus.”

Cease Believing within the Lockdown

A robust essay20 within the American Institute for Financial Analysis asks the query: Is the lockdown one of the simplest ways to reduce casualties on this pandemic? 

Utilizing historic examples starting with Voltaire’s phrases, “those that could make you consider absurdities, could make you commit atrocities,” the writer causes that lockdowns usually are not going to avoid wasting the world from COVID-19, if for no different cause than each time lockdowns are eased, infections naturally begin to creep again up.

Nonetheless, the overwhelming majority of those “infections” or “circumstances” are asymptomatic. A rising “case” load doesn’t imply persons are truly getting sick and dying. The misuse of the medical time period “case” is an egregious one, as traditionally, a “case” is outlined as somebody who has signs of a selected illness — somebody who is definitely sick.

By no means in medical historical past has a “case” meant somebody who’s completely wholesome and requires testing to find out whether or not they’re contaminated with a selected pathogen. Would you get examined for the widespread chilly or influenza in case you had no signs? If the take a look at occurred to come back again constructive, would you with a straight face say you “have” a chilly or the flu?

There are different myths, principally scare techniques, that persons are willingly believing that have to be stopped now, too, the writer asserts — and it’s time to start out questioning what’s credulous and what’s not. I encourage you to learn that essay in its totality.

The Deadly Attraction of Techno-Fascism

One other article21 properly value studying is Mark Petrakis’ “The Deadly Attraction of Techno-Fascism.” This one additionally begins off with a superb quote by Cato the Elder: “Those that are severe in ridiculous issues will likely be ridiculous in severe issues.” One of many first factors he makes is that fascism is engaging as a result of:

“… it requires so little from us, so little unbiased thought; simply our primary perception and adherence to a restricted set of popularly-shared directives and narratives that when totally accepted, relieve us of the necessity to tackle cussed questions or to stress over delicate variations of opinion and feeling.

Propaganda reassures us that we’re full, that we all know all there may be to know, that we’re rational, pragmatic and pure, that the science has been settled and that we’re part of one thing particular.”

Petrakis goes on to focus on why propaganda and disinformation is required so as to preserve management in a fascist regime, and the way fact is a legal responsibility that have to be disallowed and penalized. Ultimately, the value we pay for this sort of mental laziness is “soul-crushing denial and disconnection.”

Nobody who has been paying consideration this previous 12 months specifically can have missed that propaganda is in full swing, 24/7, and that each truthful details and private opinions that run counter to the established propaganda narrative are being censored and penalized in equal measure.

In terms of COVID-19, the propaganda is so pervasive and widespread that it has truly shattered what Petrakis refers to as “the grandest phantasm of all” that “should be maintained in any respect prices,” particularly the looks that the propaganda messages are randomly generated.

“It should at all times seem that the media’s protection and the feedback of consultants are fully free from any preconceived manipulation,” he says. At the moment, there may be little doubt that the narrative we see is something however free from bias. There’s little doubt that what we’re advised is “weaponized storytelling,” to cite Petrakis but once more.

“ our world, we are able to see that the attain and authority of the transnational world capitalists who run the world’s nation-sized casinos has been cemented. All methods are actually in place, up and operating LIVE on that legal syndicate’s huge internet of networks. Every certainly one of us has by now been focused by them for some type of surveillance and financialization …

The ‘A.I. management grids’ are all lively and increasing. The technocratic agendas are actually totally prepared for prime-time.

Now we have been step by step ‘shepherded’ by propaganda and psychological torture strategies … below the ‘persistent’ management of A.I., which can information the method of transmuting us into commodities, into plunderable property, into digitally-regulated and genetically modified ‘livestock.’ Sadly, that is the place a long time of fixed acquiescence to propaganda and institutional hypnosis has introduced us …”

In the end, the financial system referred to as technocracy is tailored for the transhumanist revolution — which I contact upon in “Will New COVID Vaccine Make You Transhuman?” — the place man is merged with expertise and AI. As at all times, the lure will likely be higher comfort, self-improvement and “a greater world for all.”

What’s by no means talked about is the last word worth. The worth for all of it’s full subjugation to faceless leaders who revenue out of your each transfer, and due to this fact will dictate all of them.

COVID-19 Guidelines Mark ‘Hysterical Slide Into Police State’

I’ll finish this with some observations by British Supreme Court docket choose Lord Sumption, who in a March 30, 2020, interview22 with The Publish warned that COVID-19 guidelines are paving the way in which for despotism — the train of absolute energy in a merciless and oppressive method.

“The actual downside is that when human societies lose their freedom, it’s not often as a result of tyrants have taken it away. It’s often as a result of folks willingly give up their freedom in return for cover in opposition to some exterior risk. And the risk is often an actual risk however often exaggerated.

That’s what I concern we’re seeing now. The stress on politicians has come from the general public. They need motion. They don’t pause to ask whether or not the motion will work. They don’t ask themselves whether or not the price will be value paying. They need motion anyway. And anybody who has studied historical past will acknowledge right here the traditional signs of collective hysteria.

Hysteria is infectious. We’re working ourselves up right into a lather wherein we exaggerate the risk and cease asking ourselves whether or not the treatment could also be worse than the illness.”

It’s time to ask ourselves some very urgent questions. Is it cheap to anticipate authorities to eradicate ALL an infection and ALL demise? They’ve confirmed they can’t, but we hold relinquishing increasingly more freedoms and liberties as a result of they declare doing so will hold everybody safer. It’s an attractive lie, however a lie nonetheless.

Bear in mind, they offered us on the enterprise shutdowns and residential quarantining by saying we simply want to flatten the curve of an infection to keep away from hospital overcrowding. Now the curve is in a visual nosedive and hospitals are removed from overcrowded with COVID-19 sufferers, but lockdowns stay in lots of areas and a few — Australia being a main instance — have reached astonishing new heights. 

In the end everybody should determine which is extra essential: Private liberty or false safety? Circling again to the place I began, the excellent news is that many are in reality beginning to see the writing on the wall; they’re beginning to see we’ve been “had,” and are beginning to decide on liberty over brutal totalitarianism within the title of public well being.