But Not Through Me

To lay the groundwork, masks were re-introduced as a “softening up exercise for Plan B,” according to a government advisor who sits on a government Covid taskforce. He anonymously confided that, “Masks are a behavioural psychology policy. We need to stop pretending that it’s about public health. Nudge is a big thing in government.” Masks turn us into walking billboards advertising danger.

From A Week of life under the Ministry of Fear, by Laura Dodsworth

The three “fringe epidemiologists” referred to by Dr Collins in this leaked email are Professor Jay Bhattacharya (Stanford University), Professor Martin Kulldorff (Harvard University) and Professor Sunetra Gupta (Oxford University). Leaders in infectious disease epidemiology with credentials and principles beyond the aspirations of Collins and Fauci.

The John Snow Memorandum (now sitting at around 6,900 signatures), was published 6 days after Collins’ email, in direct response/opposition to the Great Barrington Declaration (now sitting at around 890,000 signatures). Lead signatories of John Snow boasted majority opinion in a barrage of social media grandstanding as it was published. They include academics working in ‘Nudge Science’ roles and many with direct financial ties to various big funders such as Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, Fauci’s NIAID and the pharmaceutical industry. Their claims of majority opinion and moral virtue are propped up by mainstream media pundits colluding via the Trusted News Initiative. Nevertheless they can’t even reach 1% of the support reached by their opposition who have no such backing but represent authentic public health.
History shows us that complying with anti-human nonsense never leads to good outcomes for humanity.
The only decent and intelligent response is non-compliance.
Rules promoted as infectious disease mitigation : not one is an authentic measure. Question everything.
Harmful rules rely on compliance. Break them.

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