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Af Lone Nørgaard. 

NewSpeek er heldigvis i konkurrence med stadig flere seriøse platforme rundt omkring i verden i (af)dækningen af corona-bedraget. 

En af dem, vi gerne vil gøre opmærksom på er Jerm Warfare.  Faste følgere af NewSpeek vil have lagt mærke til hans satiretegninger i ’Blandede bolsjer’, men han har altså også en hjemmeside, der er meget anbefalelsesværdig.

Her har vi tilladt os at citere et helt indlæg, han har rundsendt til dem, der abonnerer på hans nyhedsbrev: 


Are you indoctrinated?

Obviously, your answer is

“No, of course I am not indoctrinated.”

Because it’s always the other person, right?

Professor Of Psychology at Ghent University in Belgium, Mattias Desmet, explained to me how mass psychosis works, and you really should listen to it. 


Let’s get to the point.

If you blindly believe what you’re being fed by the government and its propaganda wing, the media, then you’re indoctrinated. 

And by that I mean there is no difference between you and a follower of a cult.

You’re a sheep, in other words.

Prof Mattias Desmet notes that around 30% of people are hypnotised via, what he calls, mass crowd formation.

It’s nothing new.

Propagandists have successfully indoctrinated millions of people, from the USSR to North Korea to the United States.

And if you think that the West is somehow immune from mass indoctrination, then you’re probably indoctrinated.

For example, millions of Americans blindly believe that 9/11 was orchestrated by a group of bearded Muslims in a cave somewhere in the Middle East. In fact, millions more non-Americans blindly believe it too.

Imagine actually thinking that Building 7 collapsed – in free fall – because of an office fire caused by the collapse of the Twin Towers a block away.

Okay, so how do you know if you’re indoctrinated or not?

I don’t know.

But if you’re at least asking questions and approaching things with skepticism, then you’re off to a good start, presumably.

Science is not about “trusting the science”.

Science is about not trusting the science.

Nobel Prize winner and inventor of PCR, Kary Mullis, said that scientists are not religious leaders proclaiming truths, and should not be viewed as such; they are simply individuals attempting to understand the natural world, and are almost always wrong.

His words. Not mine.

Speaking of PCR, if you blindly believe that it is being used correctly and that it says anything meaningful about SARS-CoV-2, then you might be a moron.

Here is Kary Mullis explaining why PCR is useless for detecting a virus. After all, he invented PCR, so he knows nothing, Jon Snow.

As Dr Roger Hodkinson said, don’t believe anything you see in the media or hear from politicians.

In fact, don’t even believe anything I say, either.

Challenge everything and the truth will eventually come out.

That said, I apply a rule of thumb that I learnt from risk analyst Nassim Taleb (who, ironically, got hoodwinked by the Covid propaganda). Nevertheless, his rule of thumb is to put more trust in those with more to lose.

World leaders have little to lose if they lie. Big media networks have little to lose if they publish fake news.

They don’t have skin in the game.

When Joe Biden claims that there is a “climate crisis”, you can be certain that there is no “climate crisis”. (Watch my podcast with a polar bear expert who dismantles the media nonsense about global warming killing polar bears. Hint: polar bears are doing fine.)

As it turns out, I will be joined in the coming weeks, on my podcast, by a scientist whose research shows that Earth has begun a cooling cycle which will continue until around 2050.

The exact opposite to what the media insists on feeding us.

So, I ask again, are you indoctrinated? 

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