No science or history knowledge was required. It was simple: no long term studies, minuscule death rate, change of definition of vaccine, the body language and messaging was inauthentic. It was bizarre. Suddenly it’s ok to bribe people to take an experimental therapy? Remote workers mandated to take it? All one needs is common sense.

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Exactly right. One didn't need to be a doctor or scientist to recognize that something was very wrong, if not at the outset then soon thereafter.

But you did need to know something about human nature and have at least some skepticism of government and state power. Which students of history ought to have.

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I suspect that these people who are suddenly changing their tune are continuing the psy-op. It’s to dampen our anger while making them look as if they still have credibility. They still lead the narrative while deflating the opposition. A stage-managed controlled revealing of some of the truth to keep the masses under control. We’ve seen a few of these lately. It seems they have their new talking points.

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The author's tone was condescending. (In fact, I wonder if there is really one author or if there is some committee hiding behind the man's name.) He didn't so much apologize for what he participated in as point out that the filthy masses weren't listened to, so now we are testy and don't trust our betters. He plays the class warfare game, pitting scientists/doctors/"elites" against people he views as less educated. Even his reference to those like Dr. Jay Bhattacharya was really only meant to highlight his point about "vulnerable communities" that he looks down on. Sure, he admits other opinions should have been listened to. But people like Dr. McCullough and others have more than opinions. They have facts, and they've been right way more than they've been wrong. The author still embraces his views as orthodoxy, and as far as I can tell, hasn't admitted he was wrong about them.

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It just felt wrong. Right from the start. There are those times when you just know something is off without being able to explain, and then the pieces start falling in place in time. Its that right-brain spidey sense that really needs to be paid attention to and is almost always right. Early 2020 was one of those times, a raging 4-alarm wake up call to let intuition lead and set the pace.

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"Vaccines didn't save humanity and they never will." Like most doctors, I carried a blind belief for many years that vaccinations were necessary, safe, and effective. Like most doctors I never lifted a page to find some other truth for myself. But unlike most doctors, I had no interest in maintaining false paradigms and am no longer in debt to governments for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Unlike most doctors, I have the means to survive with or without my medical license because I have another career to sustain me in the event of a bad scenario.” - Dr. Suzanne Humphries with board credentials in internal medicine and nephrology.

“The Covid-19 Pandemic story makes little sense when viewed through the lens of health, safety and science. “Viewed through the lens of money, power, control, and wealth transfer, however, then all of it makes perfect sense.” - Michael Bryant in Off Guardian.

“Corporate greed vs. human life: it didn’t stop them with cigarettes, it didn’t stop them with asbestos, it didn’t stop them with Teflon, it didn’t stop them with chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), HCFCs, halons, the ozone-depleting substances (ODS)… that is, until it did. But it takes public awareness and action. And the government is no better. Think the 1932 Tuskegee Experiment – lasting up to 40 years - on 399 men with syphilis. So what did the disgusting Rochelle Walensky of the CDC say about one of the worst human rights violations of the 20th C? ¬– Anonymous web poster

The death of George Washington, Dec.1799 is also instructive. Dr. James Craik, Washington’s doctor for 40 years, along with two other doctors, did all, per History.com, that would be equivalent to the FDA today: tried bleeding him multiple times, giving him herbal teas and an enema. Washington nearly choked to death when the doctors had him drink a concoction of molasses butter and vinegar. Craik also applied a toxic tonic to Washington’s inflamed throat to cause it to further blister (another misguided “cure” at the time). They believed all of these remedies would draw the “bad humours” out of his blood, but nothing worked. Stupid? What will they say 200 years from now about our Covid antics? Will it perhaps be another chapter in Charles Mackay’s 1841 study of crowd psychology Extraordinary Popular Delusions & the Madness of Crowds? Could this generation be added to the Tulip Mania, The South Seas Bubble (where even Isaac Newton lost a bundle of money), or the Mississippi Bubble?

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It was my remembering how our government used propaganda against our enemies during war & my childhood memories of the Swine Flu propaganda (and subsequent injuries) that was my red flag 🚩

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I’ve just started reading Sir Winston Churchill’s six-volume definitive history of WW2, “The Second World War” (for which he won the Pulitzer Prize!). Early on, Churchill tells the stories of how Hitler came to power, using his political skills to form alliances with idealistic ‘woke’ Communists and Socialists to get Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany, and immediately given ‘emergency powers’ (sound familiar?) for four years. The minute he was granted these powers he turned to the Socialists bench and said, “I have no further use for you.”

A few months later, he rounded up most of these starry-eyed people who had brought him to power, and had them all shot. Estimates are that between five and seven THOUSAND were executed on one day - and they were too clueless to see it coming!

Moral? No more ‘emergency powers’!

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Pharma history of convictions for fraud

No mRNA vaccine ever successfully brought to market

Moderna never brought any product to market

Prior Pharma fraud such as Vioxx, Thalidomide, Dalkon shield, etc.

No long term trials or testing program: 6 months vs. 10-15 normal

Death of animals in trials

Failure of the flu vaccine

Prior fake "pandemics" such as swine flu, H1N1, etc.

Early statistics of lack of deaths from SARS-COV2

It was blatantly obvious from the beginning that the injections were a fraud. The real question is why the public couldn't see it. Answer: Humans are lemmings who follow authority. Study Milgram, Altemeyer, etc.

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#TheyWEREwrong #NoAmnesty

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As stated the true science leaders were the ones developing and advocating treatment which WORKED! Each one deserves way more than an apology!

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Second article I've seen about this editorial, I want to send to my injexted friends, but they say to stop speaking about it and refuse to read.

Also, first article said editorial is behind the paywall of China, I've no vaxxxports

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“The pharmaceutical industry isn’t looking for cures, they’re looking for new customers.”

“Take 2 lies, and call me in the morning.” CDC’s medical advice

Marshall McLuhan once said, "Little lies don't need to be protected. But the great lies are protected by public incredulity."

“The Devil makes work for academics who need grants.” – Alex Berenson, former NYT science editor… until he fell afoul of the thought police

" There is nothing more harrowing than a deadly hush with the feel of a great noise around it." -Jessie Kerruish, The Undying Monster: A Tale of the Fifth Dimension

The important thing is to never stop questioning.” ‒ Albert Einstein (this is, of course, until, there is BIG MONEY and the fasco-Marxist cancel culture involved. Then they would even shout down Einstein and cancel his Twitter and YouTube access).

“Science is a process for learning about nature in which competing ideas about how the world works are measured against observations.” – Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman (The Meaning of it All)

“All are sure in their days except the most wise ... He is the wisest philosopher who holds his theory with some doubt.” – Michael Faraday (1791-1867, famed English scientist in electromagnetism. James Clerk Maxwell summarized the work of Faraday in a set of equations which is the basis of all modern theories of electromagnetic phenomena; Einstein kept a picture of Faraday on his study wall, alongside pictures of Arthur Schopenhauer and James Clerk Maxwell)

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil. God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act." Attributed to Dietrich Bonhoeffer, including Eric Metaxas, but may be derived from another origin

“…science is not belief; a scientist is not supposed to believe anything. It is the role of the scientist to question, debate, refute, and demonstrate with evidence - not blindly accept ideas based on a set of beliefs. Yet over time, classical, evidence-based science has been usurped by hyper-monetized and hyper-propagandized institutions still hiding behind the mask of what it used to be.” – Jeff Landry

“When the Black Death, a plague caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis swept through Europe in the late 1340s, 50% of the population was wiped out over the course of a half-decade. Such a huge mortality rate is an extreme example of hard selection, the removal of individuals from the population who cannot survive the event. But the data from a new study suggest (to me) that hard selection may have been due to another cause all together. People trying to survive the Black Death were often treated with arsenic and mercury, which “killed them faster than the plague” per WorldHistory.org, Medieval Cures for the Black Death. Quote above from Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, Black Plague Left a Genetic Imprint in Four Genes in Europeans: Specific Genetic Variants Found in Survivors Indicate Plague Deaths Involved Metal-Based "Medical" Treatments

Are we doing worse now?

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True, but no mention of Ivermectin? HCQ? The deaths from Remdesivir and lack of early treatment in the first five days? A good start but no home run.

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Thanks John. I was fortunate to recognize the fraud early on. It's straightforward, for a critically thinking person to see the difference between science and scientism. Vera Sherav's documentary on CHD.TV is excellent. Peace.

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I knew something was very wrong when Henry Ford Hospital was denied funding after presenting strong evidence that HCQ + Zn was reducing the severity of the illness, even when begun upon admission (about 6-8 days after first symptoms). That was around late May 2020 - June 2020.

CNN's Dr Sanjay Gupta was already a spokesperson for the evil Dr. Fauci.

Gupta argued that the Henry Ford study wasn't rigorous enough.

In June Dr Zelenko was pleading with President Trump to push for Early Treatment.

We know that at least Trump's COS and Mayor Giuliani were aware.

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