The Sars-CoV-2 Narrative and Media Propaganda
Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D. explains, based on new evidence, why the narrative of the SARS CoV-2 should come to an end.
In other words, we have already reached herd immunity. Therefore, we do not need to risk jabs that have a very high injury and death rate, especially compared to the last several decades of vaccination adverse events. But you can't say that in public, and very few of the mainstream will actually read or listen to those sounding the alarm about all of the propaganda. If you even dare to question the mainstream narrative or do any individual critical thinking, you are labeled a "conspiracy theorist" or as one spreading "conspiracy theories".
Americans are beginning to understand just how dangerous this is in a so-called free and open society and realizing that this is much more in step with communist regime propaganda.
Let's listen to Professor Mark Crispin, Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU.
"Research interests include: modern propaganda, history and tactics of advertising, American film, and media ownership. Books include Boxed In: The Culture of TV; Seeing Through Movies, ed.; Mad Scientists: The Secret History of Modern Propaganda; Spectacle: Operation Desert Storm and the Triumph of Illusion; and The Bush Dyslexicon. His newest book is Cruel and Unusual: Bush/Cheney's New World Order."
Here is a modern professor who is trying to teach his students critical thinking. He did not tell anyone what to think or what conclusions to come to but was censored by the university simply for pointing out facts that were unpopular.
From an interview with Del Bigtree:
"I begin every propaganda course every term by making clear that my approach is one, again, of encouraging a kind of impartial and thorough study of dominant narratives. By looking at as much information and data as possible, you have to do that. That's what I think higher education, and indeed, lower education should be all about is teaching students how to think for themselves. And I said this last September, I said, now, look at the way we're meeting this semester, we're meeting by zoom. You know, this is completely unnatural. Why are we doing this? Well, we're doing it because of the COVID crisis, and the COVID crisis has has been driven by thunderous propaganda drives. And I made the point propaganda needn't be nefarious, it needn't be false. It can be accurate, but it's always only a partial account of reality. Okay, so I said, we could, for example, study aspects of the COVID crisis. More specifically, we could study the mask mandates. You may be interested to know and I encourage you to read the eight, there are actually more than that, I didn't know this, at the time, eight randomized controlled studies of mask wearing in hospitals, by health professionals, all of which have found that masks are ineffective barriers against the transmission of respiratory viruses. I encourage you to read those, I will send the links. I also encourage you to read the more recent studies finding otherwise, and I gave them some some guidance as to how a lay person might begin to assess the scientific soundness of the study."
"You're basically telling them not just to look at the propaganda that they don't agree with, because anyone can can spot propaganda if they don't agree with it. So you ask a liberal what's propaganda? They'll say Fox News. You ask a conservative what's propaganda? They'll say MSNBC. Well, yeah, they're both right. But the trick is, the trick is to look at, look critically at propaganda that pushes your buttons, okay? This means in other words, that you have to be prepared to move out of your comfort zone. You have to be prepared to question things you've taken for granted for a very long time. I mean, I've had to do this throughout my life. if you are alive, and your mind is still active and growing, you're naturally going to question things you thought were true. And you do that once you begin to study propaganda. Okay, not every student can handle this. You know, sometimes students get upset."
After content questioning Anthony Fauci's veracity and the safety of COVID-19 jabs and lockdown policies she shared on Twitter and YouTube was censored, Naomi Wolf is in talks with attorneys in consideration of filing a lawsuit against the social media giants.
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