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Here's a great, and cheap book to order:
Coronavirus False Alarm
You can Google Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, and watch a few of the interviews he has given. They are fantastic.
>Just because someone has the title of professor, doesn't mean they are right all the time.
>Anyone who goes against this, needs to show evidence that this is not the case
And, as a layman, I find his arguments very compelling!
>... and win a nobel prize along the way.
How naive of you to think the establishment always abides by the science rather than going for political and/or corporate agendas.
>Are you one of those anti-vaxxer people who never prove their own contrary opinion, but are always expectant of others to prove THEM wrong?
I always thought of anti-vaxxers as kooks... until 2020.
With all this shit going on in the world, I started doing some serious research into the history of vaccines and was surprised to learn that anti-vaxxers to raise some valid points.
>How about the fact that this guy is the only one who has this opinion
What makes you think he's the only one?
You seem to be confusing consensus through censorship of dissident opinions with actual scientific consensus.
>This professor = Presumed MORON
Presuming things about a person you know literally nothing about betrays a very strong bias.
> Please learn how vaccines and MRNA vaccines work with the human body, thanks. If you actually understand microbiology maybe you wont have to turn to Facebook and Twitter conspiracy.
The views I expressed on this particular matter are largely based on a book written by a microbiologist who used to be professor at the University of Mainz, and his wife, who herself is a biologist and former associate professor at the University of Kiel. You can find the book here on Amazon.
Why makes you think you know better than them?
A got some news for you, there was no first wave. Before you freak out, please read this and then you and I can have a conversation between TWO informed people.
That's the doctor who got arrested in London last year in the middle of his anti-lockdown speech. They took the book he was waving around, which is why we should read it.
Also other books if you want to support fellow sceptics.
If I were you, I'd cancel my order and re-order it.
The book is available on Amazon again :
>The only problem is that it is difficult to separate fact from fiction nowadays, as anyone can say basically whatever they like on the Internet.
When multiple mainstream sources, including Forbes & a Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, acknowledge that there was a fake pandemic back in 2009, knowingly pushed by the WHO & Big Pharma, the burden of proof is on you do prove that there was no fake pandemic in 2009.
And once you consider that there was a face pandemic in 2009, and that barely anyone was held accountable for it, it isn't hard to grasp why the same culprits would try to do the same a decade later. So, what may sound very implausible if you aren't aware of the fake pandemic of 2009 becomes significantly more plausible if you do. And once you consider a lot of other factors as well, it becomes not just the most plausible explanation but the only explanation.
THIS is how you apply Occam's Razor correctly. It really isn't that hard.
>It would appear that we are both diametrically opposed here. My view is that people are generally good, and want to do the right thing to help others; yourself included.
Some people? Sure...
Most people? Maybe..
The people in charge? Hell no!
I thought it was common knowledge that both corporate & political power attract the most sociopathic elements in society. And especially in a "democracy", it's very easy for the greatest narcissists & sociopaths to float on top, as "democracy" favors snake oil salesmen and anti-social types tend to be the greatest snake oil salemen. Honesty & idealism rarely gets you far in "democratic" politics.
You're very naive if you think that top politicians & corporate CEOs really want what's best for you.
>HERE is the 'About Pam' section of her website. I was trying to find out what her qualifications were. I was not able to do so on the 'About Pam' page, so I looked elsewhere on her site, and was still unable to do so. A degree isn't everything, but for a doctor, it is.
Why is Popper's medical expertise relevant at all here?
I said you should read Popper's book for an in depth look into how the different people and organizations involved are interconnected. That's where this book goes in greater depth than any other source I've read. And this requires literally zero medical expertice.
For the medical side to the Covid-19 scam, I would recommend "Corona, False Alarm?", by Karina Reiss & Sucharit Bhakdi. They only touch the organizational aspect superficially but address the medical side of the Covid-19 scam in great detail. Both Reiss & Bhakdi are highly qualified!
>With respect to the BBC video, that's not your fault it isn't there, but it's difficult to come to any conclusion without source material.
First of all, Cullen's video still contains multiple fragments from the original video. So, while you may be lacking some context, those fragments may be more than enough to come to a conclusion.
If not, you may be able to find a copy of the original video somewhere, using the footage from the video I linked to as a reference. Because if you'd bothered to watch the video, you'd know exactly what to look for.
IMO you have more than enough material to start with and it's only your personal bias that prevents you from doing so.
>Moreover, there would need to be systemic evidence of this, not just a single video.
There is systematic evidence. Most of the propaganda on sources like the BBC & CNN is rather subtle, though, and a lot less "in your face".
That particular video is very much "in your face", which makes it a lot easier to demonstrate the BBC's bias / lack of impartiality.
>In fact when I heard what Cullen was saying in his overview, I found it to be quite myopic with respect to multiculturalism; it reeked of xenophobia.
I find it quite myopic to presume that a critique of multiculturalism equals xenophobia. But I guess that's the kind of biased worldview you develop when you uncritically base it on sources like the BBC or CNN.
>I made an assumption that you were American and did not intend any offence by this, but must say that your English is better than many native English speakers!
Thanks. No offense taken.
>Looking at the Great Reset page, it doesn't actually sound all bad to be honest. Of course it won't all play out the way they say on that site, but trying to make the world a more sustainable place is only going to help us in the long-term.
Communism doesn't sound that bad on paper either... until it's put into practice.
The world envisioned by the World Economic Forum is in fact must like what Communism looks like when it's put into practice : extreme centralization of government, totalitarian mass surveillance & little to no individual freedom for all but the top apparatchiks.
Their vision of a sustainable future is a future were all of our rights and properties are stripped from us, and we have become reduced like cattle / drones in a big, impersonal, sterile machine.
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>Under what circumstances could you be wrong in your claims?
Wrong on what specificly?
The evidence that I've encountered for the fact that both the "Swine Flu" & Covid-19 are mostly harmful viruses & hyped by the media for corporate & political agzndas is beyond conclusive in my opinion.
If you want to convince me, you will have to point out why the evidence I provided in my article could still point to a different conclusion. But, quite honesty, I can't tell you how you should do that. If I could, I would have disproven myself by now.
My views are not based on some irrational bias. When this Covid-19 thing started in Wuhan, I was one of the first to worry it would come here. I was one of the first to wear a face masks, when politicians were still recommending against their use. I was so afraid of Covid-19 that I disinfected my food the moment I came from the store.
The more I learnt about it, however, the more obvious it became to me that Covid-19 is nothing to fear and that the public is knowingly being misled by very powerful organizations for financial & political gain. There's so much that only makes sense, really, in that particular context. And thus my fear of the virus was gradually replaced by my fear of the people pushing this fake narrative, and the agendas they're pushing this for.
>The face masks points you mention are patently false. If they caused the issues that you said - including lack of oxygen - then how do we explain surgeons and operating theatre staff successfully wearing them for years on end
Surgeons only wear face masks for the duration of an operation. And they do so to prevent droplets from their noses & mouths to enter the bodies of the patients they're operating on. We're talking about one person's spit ending up in what's basicly another person's open wound.
Do you really not see how that's a completely different and unrelated context?
>sometimes in mammoth operations that go for 10+ hours, without suffering these adverse effects
I'm sure that operating 10+ hours straight, without any breaks whatsoever, is harmful to a surgeon in more than one way.
There's a reason many companies do not allow their employees to work more than 8 hours a day and sometimes even force them to take breaks, you know...
>Why do people in countries that commonly wear these masks (e.g. China) not suffer from these effects en-masse?
Where's the studies to demonstrate that people wearing masks in eg. China or Japan during a typical flu season don't suffer any side-effects from wearing their masks whatsoever?
Do you have ANYTHING to back this up whatsoever other than mere assumptions?
>An article from Independent.co.uk suggests that masks could increase the risk of infection, but not because of the masks themselves, but rather due to behavioural issues
Do you do admit that masks "could" increase the risk of infection.
You're kinda proving my point here, mate...
>Thus an educational campaign should be created to ensure that the general public understand how to use the masks properly.
First we need a scientific concensus on how dangerous this virus is and what's helpful to fight the virus.
Unfortunately, this can never happen when ANY scientist that doesn't agree with the official narrative gets fired, suspended, ridiculed, etc.
Censorship has no place in scientific inquiry. Censorship means the death of science. Yet, the amount of censorship surrounding this Covid-19 madness is without precedent in the post-enlightenment West and reminiscent of the days of the inquisition.
>The toll to businesses and certain people (e.g. mental health) cannot be ignored, but this is why we should work together, rather than adversarially, to try to figure out the best way forward.
This is why we, the people, should collectively stand up against the politicians, corporations & NGOs that are knowingly destroying out economy & social lives for the benefits of the few.
We need life to continue as normal for all but the weakest among us as fast as possible, to reduce the damage as much as possible.
>Simply disregarding advice from trained health professionals if you yourself are not a trained health professional or experienced in that area seems like a sure way to increase a problem such as a highly communicable virus.
I do not disregard advice from trained health professionals.
I have read the book by Reiss & Bhakdi cover to cover to get an in depth perspective on what is going on. I've listened to Wolfgang Wodarg, Dolores Cahill and various other professionals in the field of medicine or microbiology, all of which agree that Covid-19 is mostly harmless, PCR tests are unreliable and life should go on as normal for most of us.
Why do YOU disregard advice from so many qualified professionals and instead trust the words of people with deep ties to Big Pharma who have been proven to spread disinformation a decade ago?
Tomorrow, we'll have facts and figures, sorted.
Highly suggest you read this when it releases too: https://www.amazon.com/Corona-False-Alarm-Facts-Figures/dp/1645020576