Okay so all the news coverage of the Plandemic video in mainstream outlets was outraged. They have described Plandemic as a hoax peddled by a bogus, discredited scientist. It’s a video, if you don’t already know, of a scientist who talks about coronavirus and some of the so-far unanswered questions about the virus.
Assuming the video is exactly as the media have described, you would be right in dismissing the whole thing as a crazy conspiracy theory that would only appeal to fans of the X-files.
This is the same line I often see being thrown around about anti-vaxxers, who are mainly just concerned parents, or people who query evolution by pointing out there’s a lot left to learn about it. Accepting scientific dogma uncritically is a terrible idea.
I have a master’s degree in science and am qualified to teach high school chemistry, and I feel the need to comment. But unlike those overpaid journalists on mainstream sites, I’ve taken the time to watch Plandemic first. It’s available here, and you should watch it too. Don’t rely on third-hand reporting. See for yourself what is being loudly and vocally discredited by people with less understanding of science than the plant pot who came up with the movie line “the neutrinos are mutating”.
Make up your own mind.
I might have been more inclined to lazily ignore the whole thing as “hype” if I had been able to find it straight away on Google. Or any search results in the first 6 pages of searching for “Plandemic film” that weren’t just more and more articles saying that it was a hoax.
Eventually, I did find it. By which point I’d put so much effort into doing so, that I was darn well going to watch the full 25 minutes. I might have only watched a minute or two if it was readily available.
I put the video on expecting to have 25 minutes of laughter at the bizarre. I love a good conspiracy theory because, at their worst, they are hilarious.
But the film started off with some important information. And presented evidence. I took to Google Scholar to double check the references that were given in the video. They are there, published in reputable, peer-reviewed journals, but when you search for the exact titles, they don’t come up in the search results unless you put quotations around them.
Google is obfuscating.
First it wouldn’t let me find the video, then it wouldn’t let me check the references. It wanted me to conclude that the evidence didn’t exist. But it does.
Dr. Anthony Fauci’s patents are searchable in the US patent database. If you read fully the patent details, you can even see he’s had a patent on a HIV treatment since 1996.
I suspect, by the same token, that this article will get buried at the bottom of dozens more of those “Plandemic is a hoax, somehow we know this without watching it” articles.
The interesting part of the above article is this (direct quote): “Vaccine derived virus interference was significantly associated with coronavirus and human metapneumovirus.”
That is a published article from America’s Department of Defense.
That was from a study they carried out between 2017-2018.
The American Department of Defense was studying coronavirus three years ago and found out the flu vaccine made people more susceptible to coronaviruses.
Given that they knew this back then, why was the flu shot one of the first “treatments” recommended to prevent coronavirus a few months ago? Why did no one think, “gee, I’d better tell them what a bad idea that is” and put a stop to it?
Or were they ignored?
Like the Plandemic video is being lambasted and ignored?
I’m not going to tell you what to think of this video. I’m just putting it out there because how can you critique or review accurately something you have never actually seen? I thought we were supposed to have enquiring minds. If something is bad science, let it stand up. Critique it. Review it. Don’t shoot it in the back and bury it under the patio. People will just start looking harder for it.