Do you want to know why legacy social media ‘platforms’ like Facebook and Twitter are dying while sites like SPREELY, Parler and Gab are exploding?
It’s because the cat is out of the bag. The nation and the world knows that modern social media sites are nothing more than social engineering tools, used by Big Tech to control the masses.
Too bad for them, the jig is up and we are onto your game.
This has Bill Gates sad, poor fella.
The Gateway Pundit reported:
‘Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates told Reuters on Wednesday how surprised he was with the “crazy conspiracy theories” that have been circulating on social media about him and tAnthony Fauci in regard to the coronavirus.
Bill Gates blamed social media — Says he should have worked harder with social media to shape opinion.
Bill Gates: Do people really believe that stuff? We’re going to have to get educated about this over the next year and understand how does it change people’s behavior, how should we have minimized this either working with the social media companies or explaining what we are up to in a better way.’
Yes, vaccine science is real, learned immunity does exist. HOWEVER, that does not mean that all vaccines are 100% safe and that no one has ever been injected by them.
If no one was ever injured by a vaccine, why did Big Pharma lobby Congress for immunity from liability for vaccine injuries?
Why has that fund paid our BILLIONS of dollars for injuries over the years? The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program admits as much on their website:
How does the VICP work?
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is a no-fault alternative to the traditional legal system for resolving vaccine injury petitions.
It was created in the 1980s, after lawsuits against vaccine companies and health care providers threatened to cause vaccine shortages and reduce U.S. vaccination rates, which could have caused a resurgence of vaccine preventable diseases.
Any individual, of any age, who received a covered vaccine and believes he or she was injured as a result, can file a petition. Parents, legal guardians and legal representatives can file on behalf of children, disabled adults, and individuals who are deceased.
Sooooo, your product is so dangerous and deadly that without immunity you would be out of business, but we should not think twice about getting a shot that was rushed to market in months and supposed to treat something that around 10% of people who get the virus actually have symptoms and the ones who do survive 98-99% of the time?
Call me crazy but … I think I’ll pass. That’s just me, you need to do what you think is best for you.
However, if you do not toe the line on social media you will be kicked off, like we were.
Again, this is too bad for Gates who has sunk over a $1/4 billion into trying to program your brain into thinking how he wants you to. The GWP reported:
‘Gates through his foundation has donated over $250 million to journalism and media outlets.
The Columbia Journalism Review tried to spin Gate’s social engeenering opps:
As philanthropists increasingly fill in the funding gaps at news organizations—a role that is almost certain to expand in the media downturn following the coronavirus pandemic—an underexamined worry is how this will affect the ways newsrooms report on their benefactors. Nowhere does this concern loom larger than with the Gates Foundation, a leading donor to newsrooms and a frequent subject of favorable news coverage.
I recently examined nearly twenty thousand charitable grants the Gates Foundation had made through the end of June and found more than $250 million going toward journalism. Recipients included news operations like the BBC, NBC, Al Jazeera, ProPublica, National Journal, The Guardian, Univision, Medium, the Financial Times, The Atlantic, the Texas Tribune, Gannett, Washington Monthly, Le Monde, and the Center for Investigative Reporting; charitable organizations affiliated with news outlets, like BBC Media Action and the New York Times’ Neediest Cases Fund; media companies such as Participant, whose documentary Waiting for “Superman” supports Gates’s agenda on charter schools; journalistic organizations such as the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the National Press Foundation, and the International Center for Journalists; and a variety of other groups creating news content or working on journalism, such as the Leo Burnett Company, an ad agency that Gates commissioned to create a “news site” to promote the success of aid groups. In some cases, recipients say they distributed part of the funding as subgrants to other journalistic organizations—which makes it difficult to see the full picture of Gates’s funding into the fourth estate.
The foundation even helped fund a 2016 report from the American Press Institute that was used to develop guidelines on how newsrooms can maintain editorial independence from philanthropic funders. A top-level finding: “There is little evidence that funders insist on or have any editorial review.” Notably, the study’s underlying survey data showed that nearly a third of funders reported having seen at least some content they funded before publication.
Gates’s generosity appears to have helped foster an increasingly friendly media environment for the world’s most visible charity.