The Jewish hate machine is now pumping up against Dr. Joseph Mercola, who is being labeled “a disinformer” for openly discussing the science of the vaccines.
You can go to his website and look at his information. Whatever you think of it, he is definitely citing sources.
But the government doesn’t want people citing sources. They do not want open discussion. They want people to shut up and take their shots.
So, the New York Times has put out the hit on Mercola. After the publishing of this article, you will soon see the social media companies “responding to it” by banning all of Mercola’s accounts.
This is just the same thing as they did to me, and then to Alex Jones. Very rapidly, entire categories of thought are being removed from the public discourse, as the government seeks to shrink our souls by shrinking the scope of our consciousness.
The article that appeared online Feb. 9 began with a seemingly innocuous question about the legal definition of vaccines. Then over its next 3,400 words, it declared coronavirus vaccines were “a medical fraud” and said the injections did not prevent infections, provide immunity or stop transmission of the disease.
Instead, the article claimed, the shots “alter your genetic coding, turning you into a viral protein factory that has no off-switch.”
Its assertions were easily disprovable. No matter. Over the next few hours, the article was translated from English into Spanish and Polish. It appeared on dozens of blogs and was picked up by anti-vaccination activists, who repeated the false claims online. The article also made its way to Facebook, where it reached 400,000 people, according to data from CrowdTangle, a Facebook-owned tool.
The entire effort traced back to one person: Joseph Mercola.
Mercola, 67, an osteopathic physician in Cape Coral, Florida, has long been a subject of criticism and government regulatory actions for his promotion of unproven or unapproved treatments. But most recently, he has become the chief spreader of coronavirus misinformation online, according to researchers.
An internet-savvy entrepreneur who employs dozens, Mercola has published more than 600 articles on Facebook that cast doubt on COVID-19 vaccines since the pandemic began, reaching a far larger audience than other vaccine skeptics, an analysis by The New York Times found. His claims have been widely echoed on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
The activity has earned Mercola, a natural health proponent with an Everyman demeanor, the dubious distinction of the top spot in the “Disinformation Dozen,” a list of 12 people responsible for sharing 65% of all anti-vaccine messaging on social media, said the nonprofit Center for Countering Digital Hate. Others on the list include Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a longtime anti-vaccine activist; and Erin Elizabeth, founder of the website Health Nut News, who is also Mercola’s girlfriend.
“Mercola is the pioneer of the anti-vaccine movement,” said Kolina Koltai, a researcher at the University of Washington who studies online conspiracy theories. “He’s a master of capitalizing on periods of uncertainty, like the pandemic, to grow his movement.”
Some high-profile media figures have promoted skepticism of the vaccines — notably, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham of Fox News, though other Fox personalities have urged viewers to get the shots. Now Mercola and others in the “Disinformation Dozen” are in the spotlight as vaccinations in the United States slow, just as the highly infectious delta variant has fueled a resurgence in coronavirus cases. More than 97% of people hospitalized for COVID-19 are unvaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
President Joe Biden has blamed online falsehoods for causing people to refrain from getting the injections. But even as Biden has urged social media companies to “do something about the misinformation,” Mercola shows the difficulty of that task.
Of course, there is no question about the nature of the task – only what needs to be done to accomplish it.
Joe Biden gives tasks and the Times enforces them.
So, just so you understand:
- The government says who they want taken out
- The NYT singles them out and denounces them as evil
- The social media companies ban them, ostensibly reacting to the “journalistic reporting” and not the government repression list
It is both ridiculous and sickening.
If Mercola is spreading “easily disprovable” ideas as the media claims, then why not simply disprove them?
Why not have a public discussion?
Invite Mercola on for a debate with Anthony Fauci, and let Fauci totally humiliate him with his superior facts?
But no – the only option even discussed as to how to deal with so-called disinformation is simply to silence people.
Shut it all down.
This gets to the underlying theme, which was also the biggest theme during the election: if people cannot distinguish between fiction and reality, as the government claims, then how is a “democracy” even possible? The entire basic concept of a democracy is that the people have the ability to look at information and decide what they think about it, then act on that process.
What the government and media are now saying with this stuff about “disinformation” is that actually, the people cannot decide what is real and what isn’t, and they have to have their thoughts groomed by the government, the media and the social media companies.
What’s more: the underlying concept here is that people will believe whatever they read, and then act on those beliefs. The government and media are claiming that they have a right to control what people read. That means that they are also therefore claiming a right to control their beliefs, thoughts and behavior.
Just work through it – you don’t have to be Socrates:
- People will believe whatever they read
- People will act on those beliefs
- The government should control what people read
- The government should control what people believe
- The government should control people’s actions
This is the underlying statement being made.
So then: why can’t the government just directly control people’s actions? If they are now claiming a right to control people’s actions through this process of controlling the information they access, then what prevents them from directly controlling people’s actions by dictate and decree?
Obviously, nothing prevents that. The current ideology being foisted upon the public is that the government has a right to control people’s decisions because the government knows what is best for people.
This is totalitarianism.