The COVID pandemic was supposed to herald the end of the idea that a smaller government is a better government. The experts who desperately seek to be in charge of a sprawling bureaucratic state told us that it was only a powerful central authority that could do what was needed to safeguard individual liberties at a time when a highly contagious respiratory virus was spreading across the globe.
Hi Anish. The problem is ~50% of the population doesn't know this information and would believe you are advancing a baseless conspiracy theory (if BY ACCIDENT they came across this) despite the fact that the evidence is on your side. They will never hear it from the mainstream media. Look at the Twitter Files...
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The pandemic was supposed to end the idea that smaller government is better government.
Instead, it ended the idea that government has our best interests at heart, and that their failings are due to errors and incompetence.
Now we know that government is generally our enemy, and hopes to maintain control through censorship and propaganda, combined with judicious use of force, as in the case of the trucker convoy.
Amen and Amen again to everything Dr. Koka says here. As to college football:
And the vaccine kills.
Ill be talking to my plumber and vacuum guy ( i buy my persol from him) . Both smarter than ANY govt bureaucrat. Another excellent piece. Thank you. 🇨🇦
I had not known before that in the Bangladesh study the treatment group consisted of roughly 170,000 people and that only 20 fewer symptomatic cases were observed. If Covid 19 had a 100% fatality rate, I suppose that would be a wonderful and welcome finding in a desperate, fearful world. But the fatality rate is so much lower.
Still, I don't know how a small team of researchers gets good compliance in a group that large. I fear the argument in favor universal masking has become a little like the argument for communism: "It doesn't work because it has never actually been tried." The problem is that you never really *can* try it, at least, in the US. The US is not like Taiwan or Korea. US residents simply will not uniformly adhere to a behavioral requirement like masking.
Anish, I think it was a test...to see how well we would comply. The globalists likely are not done. I hope you will join us in fighting for medical freedom. KYTruthSummit.com