Stopping the Spread of “Harmful” Information?
My wife subscribes to coronavirus updates from John Hopkins University. Two days ago, we got into a somewhat heated discussion about something they’d written concerning Facebook not taking down ‘alternative’ points-of-view about the pandemic.
My opinion, which is not shared by Susan, is that although JHU has a sterling reputation for excellence and honesty, they too are part of Big Pharma, and therefore are marching in lockstep with the whole media presentation of what COVID-19 really means. Susan wanted to share the update with friends and family on Facebook, and I was warning her that she would open herself up to sniping by those who disagree.
We discussed this at great length and then we saw a Facebook post by an extended family member linking to the Plandemic: Indoctornation video. By nightfall, other family members had mentioned that we should watch it, too.
So, for those who wish to see what the fuss is about, here’s the video (for as long as they allow it on YouTube):
David Icke had his YouTube site completely taken down because he was insistent that people need to get off their knees and stand up to the authorities. Now he can only say his bit through other people’s YouTube videos…
The first part of this latest Plandemic video states that five months before the pandemic, a scripted presentation was made (as if) to prepare for the COVID-19 situation. David Wilcock has stated many times that when the ‘other side’ wants to unleash something on us, they have to signal their intention in an obvious way.
So, I have to ask: is this obvious enough?