(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it received 249 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) detailing the extensive media plans for a propaganda campaign to push the COVID-19 vaccine…
Produce HHS question-and-answer videos featuring local Black doctors discussing the vaccines, how they work, and why the public should get vaccinated
Request that Tom Brady create a video with his parents encouraging vaccination (his parents had COVID last year and he has talked about their tough recovery).
Create custom partnerships with the social media platforms with algorithms to hit the audience.
The material uncovered by JW is tons of stuff like the above slice of “Digital Media.” It’s full-on mind-control from many angles. I shudder at the vision of those who thought this was a good idea. I see it as mind-control, subjugating the population, demoralizing and infantilizing them. These themes are consistent across several decades for everything coming down from on-high. They know that by making the public weak, disorganized, uninspired, unable to to unite, they win. In their eyes most people are useless so if millions OD on fentanyl and boredom, it only helps them stay in control. ABN
News to order: The Associated Press admits it’s taken $8 million from climate activists to write about their pet issues, so it’s “assigning more than two dozen journalists across the world to cover climate issues.”
If anyone had the least doubt what angle the resulting stories will take, the AP explained that it learned “that funders weren’t just being generous; they had their own goals to achieve.” Ya think?
Since the AP feeds newspapers, websites and TV stations across the country and even the world, the “donors” have a great chance of getting all their money’s worth in propaganda, even though all the resulting content is to be clearly labelled as such.
Senior officials in the U.S. government, including White House lawyer Dana Remus, deputy assistant to the president Rob Flaherty, and onetime White House senior COVID-19 adviser Andy Slavitt, have been in touch with one or more major social media companies to try to get the companies to tighten rules on allegedly false and misleading information on COVID-19, and take action against users who violate the rules, the documents show.
In July 2021, for instance, after Biden said that Facebook was “killing people” by not combating misinformation effectively, an executive at Meta reached out to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, a Biden appointee, to say that government and Meta teams met after the remarks “to better understand the scope of what the White House expects from us on misinformation going forward.”
The same executive later wrote to Murthy saying, “I wanted to make sure you saw the steps we took just this past week to adjust policies on what we are removing with respect to misinformation, as well as steps taken to further address the ‘disinfo dozen,’” including removing pages linked to the group.
The White House publicly pressured social media companies to take action against a group that officials dubbed the “disinformation dozen,” which a nonprofit claimed were producing the bulk of “anti-vaccine misinformation” on the platforms. Also in July 2021, Murthy said Facebook hadn’t done enough to combat misinformation.
The ubiquitous deployment of behavioural-science techniques – ‘nudges’ – to increase compliance with both covid-19 restrictions and the vaccine rollout has raised majorethical concerns. Particularly alarming has been the state’s strategic use of fear (or ‘affect’ in thelanguage of behavioural science), shaming (‘ego’) and peer pressure (‘norms’). The tentacles of behavioural science have extended beyond the arena of pandemic management and into many other areas of day-to-day life, includingdebt collection and thegreen agenda. Given their widespread prevalence and the profound ethical questions associated with them, it is imperative that the Government’s deployment of these powerful techniques adheres to a robust and transparent ethical framework. Alarmingly, politicians and state-sponsored behavioural scientists have – to date – displayed astubborn reluctance to discuss these issues.
A robust ethical protocol to guide and constrain future state ‘nudging’ would incorporate four core elements. First, a requirement to consider the moral acceptability of the methods per se, with a view to limit (or prohibit) the more aversive techniques of persuasion. A government strategically inflicting emotional distress on its citizens, as a way of achieving compliance with its agenda, does not sit well with what one might reasonably expect from a civilised Western democracy.
The four core elements for reform are: 1) limiting or prohibiting use of behavioral methods; 2) their lack of transparency; 3) “the perceived legitimacy of using subconscious nudges”; 4) informed consent. ABN
Facebook is allegedly going on a hiring spree in the Deep State, according to a report published by a left-wing website.
“It’s very difficult to see where Silicon Valley ends and where the national security state starts,” claimed the journalist who conducted the investigation.
What’s particularly unsettling, he suggested, is that the social media network whose robotic chairman and CEO is the very liberal, Biden-supporting Mark Zuckerberg, is reportedly slotting the recruited ex-feds into content moderation and other sensitive roles.
President Donald Trump notified CNN of his intention to file a lawsuit against the network for “repeated defamatory statements” in a statement Wednesday.
Ifrah Law, a Washington-based law firm, filed a Notice of Intent ordering the network, under Florida Statute § 770.02, to “publish a full and fair correction, apology, or retraction” in published pieces or broadcasts that allegedly made “false statements” about the former president. The notice warned that failure to issue an apology will result in a lawsuit.
“Failure to publish such a correction, apology, or retraction will result in the filing of a lawsuit and damages being sought against you, CNN,” the document warned.
What happens when the virus evolves to be more virulent? I listened to a long talk on BA.5 on public radio this afternoon. So much garbage, the man being interviewed and the interviewer had to be lying, paltering, dissembling, evading crucial facts. Two and one-half years of covid and these people are still pretending. The other possibility is they are profoundly incurious and/or stupid. They did not even raise the subject of early treatments, the criminal withholding of which has killed so many. ABN