If there was was ever an illustration of barriers to understanding, it can be seen in our own ‘side’ in politics, that side which does not accept the handed-down narrative.
First barrier is that I’m going to post below something from Twitter:
I didn’t think it could get any weirder, but here we are. https://t.co/gQHeWuVO7N
— Legiron (@Underdogsbiteup) August 11, 2020
Immediate barrier is those who cannot access Twitter and who are of the ‘everything on Twitter is bunkum’ camp, which gets us nowhere fast on the path to understanding. Twitter is a platform, it’s what people put onto it and it’s the user’s job to sift through the chaff and find the wheat through Dorsey’s furious censorship.
Thus Leggy above is a trusted source but his comment about Johns Hopkins reveals he has not seen the linked youtubes in my reply:
These have been freely available but people refuse to educate themselves. https://t.co/0toSgUJ5O0
— Deplorable James (@JamesHghm) August 11, 2020
And here are those links again for those who can’t access the tweet:
Those are but starters and in the second is this graphic:
Now I’m going to take something I saved long ago, from reader Steve W, a personal thing but it’s relevant to what I’m writing in this post. He quotes me first:
“How many people are actually still reading this post and for that matter, how many saw my name and immediately turned away?”
Superb levels of self awareness. Just to add, I generally find your posts on here to be amongst my least favourite and amongst those I agree with least, however, that shouldn’t stop one reading them.
This post, however, was absolutely excellent and had I been amongst those who just ignore posts by those with whom I disagree I would be diminished by that wilful ignorance.
The relevance to the two tweets above is that Johns Hopkins is central to the whole vaxx dissemination – it’s laid out in those and associated videos, it’s as clear as day and obviously it IS getting out at least about Gates and his foundation but obviously not about Pence and Johns Hopkins.
And there is the second barrier right there – incredulity when the data is high grade. It’s not all high grade, quite the opposite – a huge amount of white noise and disinformation, often by trolls described accepted as good people [Leggy is good, it’s just that he has not read all].
To argue the anti compulsory vaxxing case, we must first have max data at hand but how can we know we have all instead of maybe 80% of it? This is the very nature of science – it has working hypotheses, that’s all, which appear at that particular time in history to be confirmed.
It’s NOT Mann’s jolly hockey sticks graph handed down by the IPCC.
Years later, we find out something different to the narrative but at the same time, counter-discovery trolling goes on, leading people away from the inevitable and logical conclusion from the data – the trolling inserts irrelevant rubbish.
There is no insta-panacea with truth, it takes hard work from many people to get at, it needs constantly adjusting according to incoming.
If ever there was an instance of lazy wrongheadedness and simply not being right but at the same time, getting one’s lackeys to come the heavy, it’s Blancmange Boris and the cross-channel invader, currently quite a heated issue.
There’s a bottleneck of understanding, there’s a throttling of high grade information out of this debate, not least by the controlled MSM – at least people have come far enough to see that the MSM, plus many social media trolls, are paid servants of the agenda, not a lot different to Antifa and BLM.
Coming back to the vaxxing evil, just check out The Global Fund but neither on Google nor Bing, as they are throttle points. You’d have to go to trusted social media sources and put that term in the search box.