✌️ Trust The Science: Part 1
Oh, hello, greetings once again, and welcome, everyone, to another episode of a very professional podcast Drinking From Human Skulls. My name is Doni Cordoni. And today we’re talking about how everybody should for sure trust the science…
I’m kind of doing a few, I guess, 2020 year in review episodes kind of collecting all the information and… sort of connecting the dots. Cue PeeWee! Connecting the dots lalalala, because 2020 has been… well, I don’t know if you’ve been paying attention, but…
I’m up here in Vancouver, Canada where Christmas was adequately canceled. It’s not like a huge big deal for me. I’m not like the biggest Christmas nut in the world, but you know, when your mom is in a frantic state for the entire year and she’s like, “Oh, we got to cancel, oh, cancel Thanksgiving, cancel Christmas, cancel Easter.”
My grandparents, for example, are getting quite up there in age and they’re actually the least phased by this whole thing, they’re just like, “why can’t we go outside? This is dumb, you know we hate being stuck inside all the time,” and I understand that.
So that’s where we’re at. That’s what’s just happened. It’s the new year. Donald Trump is still president at this point. So if everything descends into nuclear chaos, we know that something went wrong. But that’s where we are: timestamp it – it’s January 6th. I think that’s the day they’re supposed to count the inauguration votes of the old presidential election down there in the States.
But we’ll see what happens there. Today, we’re going to talk about trusting the science and I’ve kind of put together a highlight reel of why you probably shouldn’t trust anything that the mainstream media is putting out as science. Absolutely you should trust science for sure.
But they’re trying to hoodwink you. It’s not even clear to what end… could be pharmaceutical shenanigans, pharmaceutical companies are not the most honest… I think we say they have a bit of a track record. They want to get that vaccine out there. They don’t want people to take medications that could probably do the job for one 10th of the price.
But anyway, we’re going to talk about that today. And the point is that science has become politicized and they like to you know, put people on different teams. If you believe this thing, you’re on one side. If you believe that thing, you’re on the other side. And by the way, if you don’t believe that thing on this side, you’re a loony person and the other side believes different things.
Well, I’d say it doesn’t make any sense. Cause I think the only way that science should work is that consensus is the most important thing. There shouldn’t be a political division in science. It should be that everyone has to be on the same page because we’re just believing in reliance on the facts.
The facts are the science. We can’t say trust the science and then the other side’s like, “but wait, what about this?” And the other side says, “but wait, what about this?” That’s not science. That’s politics. And if you believe it and buy into it. You are not very scientific, unfortunately. So today we’re going to get into an expose on how they’ve hoodwinked people with this trust the science narrative. And there’s actually quite a bit of science that’s being outright ignored.
💊 War on hydroxychloroquine
So obviously we’re going to use COVID-19 as the backdrop for this expose, and we’re going to start with the war on hydroxychloroquine. That’s a word I wouldn’t have been able to pronounce last year, but now it just rolls off the tongue now, as you can tell.
So this is a useful medication for a lot of things. And in 2020, it became a little bizarre. Because it was mentioned by Donald Trump… And as soon as that happened, seemingly the entire world was against this medication, even though it was proven that there were some valid uses for it, especially in this COVID 19 pandemic.
And especially when there were no other alternatives at the time and et cetera. So let’s play a clip of our guy, Donnie T you know, sounding, I would say very rational in this clip and, you know, he doesn’t even say anything too explosive. I think he’s honestly reading someone else’s thoughts for the most part.
He’s maybe editorializing along the way, but for those of you who love to hate Donald Trump, he sounds pretty rational and reasonable here. I don’t like Donald Trump. I think I would like him as a friend. I don’t like him as a leader. I think he’s hilarious, but probably not the most well-informed guy.
It’s kind of proving that he doesn’t really know exactly what he’s doing, but then again, nobody does. So let’s play this clip. Take a drink of this:
So there’s Trump, I think, sounding quite reasonable. I mean, I don’t think you sounded like he was spinning conspiracies there, but that’s what the media immediately went with. They went with him being, untrustworthy and him being someone you can’t rely on for information that is science-based.
And almost immediately you saw on the news, Trump’s a huge dumbass for recommending this medication. You know, there’s even a story about some assholes who apparently ate their fish tank cleaner because they thought it was the medication Trump was talking about. They tried to put the blame on Donald.
I mean, that’s insane. That’s just natural selection doing a damn fine job of working out the kinks in humanity if you ask me. Someone eats their fish tank cleaner, and you’re going to pin that on Donald Trump? Give me a break.
🙊 The Lancet retraction
It’s one thing for the bonehead media to come after you, but on May 22nd they did a very big study and it was published in The Lancet medical journal. And a few weeks later it was pulled due to faulty information.
The three main writers of the study pulled out. And that might not seem like a big deal, but there were worldwide studies being done on various medications, including hydroxychloroquine… and they were halted a muddled by this fake study. Now let’s take a drink of this (from Reuters):
So that sounds pretty bleak. Fake studies. Yeah. Well, that’s where we’re at. All because they’re politicizing science. And it’s not like it’s a new thing, but you know, the problem these days is they’re just not able to trick everyone. I mean, there’s a lot of people who are just way too well-informed.
You’re not going to trick me. I’m paying attention. I’m awake – not woke – I’m awake. But maybe they can trick the majority of people still? I don’t know. I’m not sure why are they doing this stuff? What’s the real motivation?
We have to ask ourselves: what’s up with this Surgisphere company? Well, they’re shady as hell as it turns out. Now I found this brilliant article that’s way too long to read here in its entirety, but I will link to it in the show description on Drinking From Human Skulls – do check it out.
✔️ Some decent coverage
But I wanted to read a couple of things from this article from TheScientist.com. I don’t know much about this website, but I do know they’re making a lot of sense with this article. So let’s read it – a couple of pieces from it that is.
So this is written by Catherine Offord, and this is dated October 1st, 2020:
So obviously shenanigans are going on here and this article goes on to points out many of the things that are going wrong.
I just wanted to read you a quote from a woman named Patricia Garcia, who is a solidarity trial investigator and a former health minister of Peru. She says:
And so that’s pretty on the nose by Patricia Garcia. Exactly. This is a problem. When they give out lies, they say things that are not true and then they censor “disinformation” all over social media, which has been going on since the beginning of this thing. They censor on YouTube, they censor on Facebook, they censor on Twitter and then they say, also trust the science and none of those tweets are censored and they’re highly politicized…
You know, we have a number of voices that are being silenced, who are saying, “why are you silencing us?” Because this is wrong because we believe that you’ve got it wrong. The science is pointing to the fact that you’ve got it wrong and you’re saying, trust the science, it must be absolutely maddening.
If it’s maddening for me, it’s gotta be just unbearable to people who are perhaps even facing… You know, they’re looking at these hospitalizations, and they’re thinking, well, we’ve got something here that can actually make a difference and we’re being stifled and we’re laden with red tape and we can’t get what we need to get done. It’s really a sad story.
🤡 Trust the media
So even as I record this if you just search for Trump – the search terms, “Trump + hydroxychloroquine” and here are a few of the top headlines just doing a simple search.
- This is from CNN: “Trump says he is taking hydroxychloroquine, even though experts question its effectiveness” – that’s May 19th, 2020.
- This is ABC: “Trump doubles down on defense of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 despite efficacy concerns” – July 28th. That’s well after the retraction was published by the Lancet.
- Here’s one from the BBC: “Coronavirus hydroxychloroquine ineffective says Fauci” – July 29th. We’ll get into Fauci later on. He deserves to have a dedicated episode. He’s just such a perfect idiot. And I can’t stand as a little rat face.
- Here’s one from CNBC: “Trump says he still thinks hydroxychloroquine works in treating early-stage coronavirus” – July 28th. I mean, that’s just like in the schoolyard. “Trump says he still thinks hydroxychloroquine works in treating early-stage coronavirus. What a dumb, dumb”. That’s a headline in CNBC, supposedly a professional organization.
- Here’s something from Vox: “Hydroxychloroquine conspiracies are back, but Trump’s the patient now” – October 7th, 2020. So even up until October 7th, they’re spinning hydroxychloroquine as a treatment, as utter conspiracy quackery… which is just false, no matter how you look at it.
Okay. I mean, what is this medicine? What is hydroxychloroquine and what does it do? Okay. Let’s just look into that quickly.
So it reduces inflammation by helping the whole T-cell process to carry on. So with a virus that is causing massive inflammation to the point where people can’t breathe, it sounds like it would be something worth investigating… worth trying, at least. I don’t think it sounds like utter quackery to try this medication.
They use it in malaria treatments. The reason why is because they have no cure for malaria and malaria, just kind of runs rampant over your body. It’s a very strong virus. And so they use this medication in high doses to save people’s lives. It’s been well-documented. And there are other uses for this stuff as well.
I’m not saying it’s like the best medication for COVID-19, I’m saying at least it warrants investigation and at least it shouldn’t be used as a political weapon against somebody who just was well-intentioned in trying to find a solution to the problem. And that was Donald Trump, I guess. And obviously, the doctors who have been silenced as well.
So the story continues around July 28th, the NIH and the FDA apparently dismissed hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the COVID-19 illness. When asked for comment, Trump said that “many doctors think it’s extremely successful,” which is true”…
And then he says, “I took it for a 14 day period and I’m here, right? I’m here.” And then he said, “I don’t think you lose anything by doing it, other than politically, it doesn’t seem to be too popular. You know why? Because I recommended it.” And that’s true. Or there are some other nefarious motives going on.
And that also could be true. Who knows? I mean… these big pharma companies can’t make anything off a medication like hydroxychloroquine, but they can make a ton of billions and trillions off of a vaccine – a crunk vaccine. So that’ll be something we talk about in a completely different episode devoted to the vaccine.
💸 Follow the money…
But it just seems that there are some foul sources at play here. If it doesn’t make sense, follow the money. That’s my motto, basically: follow the money if you’re not understanding what’s going on because in the world of PR and marketing, there are people pulling the strings and I’ve worked in this field for 15 years now.
And I can tell you for sure that what you do in marketing is spin narratives. You weave a tapestry of lies. You know, and half-truths and you sow disinformation and there are many clever ways you can do that as you get better at this job. And as you get better at marketing and PR, you begin to see the tricks that you can do that serve your company’s interests.
And there are people who are doing this at a high level, of course, in pharmaceutical companies. And by the way, I used to live and work in Taiwan, which is a crazy story by itself, but I infiltrated these pharmaceutical companies. One of my main jobs, when I was working as a consultant for these companies, was to help their product managers to devise marketing schemes.
And to come up with stories that could be fed to the news media. And by the way, these stories are so easy to put together. You just say: hey, this is going to be a big flu this year. And so yeah, pretty much you should get the flu vaccine. And so they just have some pretty looking or serious-looking newscaster read the intro.
Then they go on-site with their camera, they’re filming somebody, some doctor wearing a mask saying, “well, you know, the flu is going to pick up this year and you should probably get a flu vaccine. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh”. And then lo and behold, the government has already purchased hundreds of thousands of these vaccines ready to go.
And just, you know, if you live in a country like Taiwan, for example, or in Canada, where health care is covered. I mean, this is just a slam dunk, no-brainer, easy move for these pharmaceutical companies. And by the way, they’re doing this all the time. And if you don’t think that they’re going to take advantage of COVID-19 look, they came up with a vaccine… in record time.
Apparently, they haven’t been able to come up with a vaccine for the common cold – Coronavirus -or any other cause of the common cold, but now they can just magically. I just think it’s, it’s a little bit suspicious, mysterious, but we’ll get into the vaccine, the Coronavirus vaccine in its own dedicated episode. So…
😩 Medical malfeasance
Let’s stay on target on focus and on point in this episode, because the story continues. Believe it or not, there’s another medication that’s out there. So let’s first listen to Dr. Peter McCullough talking about something that might surprise you about hydroxychloroquine… Take a drink of this:
So there was a guy who seems to be making a lot of sense in my opinion, as he speaks about hydroxychloroquine. And he seems to be a super expert, who’s talking against the status quo narrative and sounds very enraged by the fact that he, among others, is being silenced with regards to this medicine.
🤫 Ivermectin: the miracle drug
So what is the real deal? Well, it gets even crazier because there’s this Senate hearing, I believe actually, Dr. Peter McCullough was speaking at this Senate hearing, but there’s a tribune of doctors who have put together basically a plea to the Senate that they need to be heard. They need to be listened to on actually, not hydroxychloroquine, another medication called Ivermectin. But they’re being silenced; they’re being repressed.
And we’re going to listen to the testimony of a man named Dr. Pierre Kory, who is by all accounts, an amazing person with an extremely compelling testimony. Now I heard Dr. Kory on another podcast I listened to called No Agenda, great pod, check it out. And in searching for the podcast clip, it seems to me that clearly Google and YouTube are suppressing the search results for the clip.
Now, listen, here’s the deal. I’m actually – and this might sound arrogant, but I am a genius of search. Okay. I can find almost anything and there’s never a time where I don’t find what I’m looking for. If I can’t find it, it doesn’t exist and that’s just full stop.
I’m a marketing professional. I’m an SEO guy. I’ve done it professionally for 15 years. I write SEO, optimized content. I track everything that I write and I get stuff into the top five results of Google all the time. I’ve got hundreds of articles that I’ve written that are in the top five of Google results for the exact keywords that we’re targeting.
And so I’m very good at this and I can reverse engineer the process, and I can tell you that right away that if I can’t find this video – easily – it’s because Google and YouTube are fucking around. And, you know, listen. Obviously, we all benefit from Google. We all benefit from YouTube. Absolutely – their services are so valuable. But what’s going on?
Why are they suppressing search? You know, they left China in protest because they were being asked – so often – to block the search and the indexing of information by the Chinese government. And it’s actually worse today.
Let’s listen to this guy, Dr. Kory, he speaks for quite a long time. And I want you to hear a lot of what he has to say because this is a heartbreaking tale. And I look in this guy’s eyes, as he’s speaking, I believe every word that he’s saying, and I just have to ask. What’s in it for him if he’s lying… he’s being made out to be a charlatan and a liar. What’s in it for him? If Ivermectin becomes the medication of choice, what’s in it for him?
This is an old medication, it’s been around since the seventies, I believe. That means that you can’t really make a ton of money off it. You can still make money off producing it and selling it. You can’t make a ton of money off it. Like these vaccines – you’re going to make 10 times the amount of money.
So let’s listen and take a drink of this guy. He’s a wonderful person:
So this is my dawg, Dr. Kory making all kinds of sense. He hasn’t really gotten into the data too much. He will get into that later on in his testimony, but it sounds quite salient and quite believable to me. And again, follow the money, I don’t know what’s in it for him.
Let’s continue listening to the Senate hearing where Dr. Kory goes into more detail take a drink:
So here we have the man Dr. Kory again, once again, proving to be very salient in answering these questions. There’s no hesitation. He knows his stuff. And yet still here we are pushing out these vaccines and all of the murkiness surrounding that when we apparently have tons of data… right before our eyes… of a medication that works.
And follow the money: you just can’t earn profit from it, and so, therefore, it’s stifled. This is a man Dr. Kory, who has been driven literally insane to the point where he… has gained a Senate hearing. I don’t know. I mean, you can’t be some geek off the street to get that audience.
Look, they’re not even in session all the time. They don’t take these hearings willy nilly. So this guy not only working a full-time front-line position in healthcare, but he’s reviewing these studies… I assume he has a family… listen, it takes so much time to do this.
He could just cash-in on his full-time position and that would be it. And by the way, he’s probably working overtime there. So he’s sacrificing immensely to gain this audience and to try to put things forward. And yet still he is silenced and let’s get to, you know, we’re going to skip past some of the parts where he gets into more of the data…
🙄 Arbiters of medical research
But the thing is he talks to another Senator about the suppression of information. This part’s interesting as well. So let’s listen to this – take a big old drink, will, ya?
So that was Senator Josh Hawley asking Dr. Kory for his thoughts on this sort of social media cabal that is taking very broad brush strokes. And I think Dr. Kory was being over the top kind in his assessment of the current situation claiming that you know, people are in a tough spot and there is disinformation and it needs to be quelled.
But I mean, this is kind of the problem in today’s day and age is that the average person has no ability to discern what is real from what is fake and what is fact from what is fiction. I’ve just my whole life been paying attention. I can’t do anything other than pay attention and… It seems easy to me – to be frank.
It seems easy for me to discern the BS, especially as I get older and older and I take in more and more information, run it through the filter and go, “Oh, that’s bullshit” immediately. I just go, “Oh, Nope. That’s nonsense. Oh, that doesn’t sound right. Oh, following the money. Oh, what’s going on here?”
🍑 ASSociated Press
Here’s the deal. You know, watch that video in its entirety, it gets into some more cool stuff and statistics and stuff in specific areas where ivermectin has been used. But, you know, in my search for that video on the first page of Google’s top five results, I actually found an AP article which is absolutely disgraceful, AP – Associated Press – doing the little “fact check” dance around.
And you know what they’ve done? They run in the headline, “No evidence ivermectin is a miracle drug against COVID-19” No evidence… they say:
And there’s even a link to Facebook’s fact-checking program.
So AP and Facebook are in bed together. I mean, it’s a clusterfuck of idiots over there. This article is complete nonsense. They say that it’s completely untrue – there’s no evidence despite Dr. Kory’s expert testimony and his completely concise evidence.
I mean, here it is. This is a top-five result. If you search for ivermectin COVID it’s the AP “No evidence ivermectin is a miracle drug against COVID-19” – what the fuck is going on? There are people who are believing a narrative who are employed at the Associated Press. This is not press. This is not news. This is not facts. This is political agendas.
Follow the money. Politics… money… are deeply intertwined. What’s really going on here? I mean, honestly, I don’t even know how they can type this out. The web that they’re spinning is so mal-conceived. I mean, for me, it’s absolutely easy to discern that this is a bullshit piece of crap article.
And yet, somehow, this is the cream that has risen to the top. Is there manipulation going on? Well, I guess we’ll have to wait and see what happens.
🦗 Silent on ivermectin
Well, this is a long episode, isn’t it? But you know what? I want to be conclusive. I want to be as direct to all the facts as possible. Listen, we’re not sound-biting here. We’re getting the facts right.
Feel free to press pause at any time if you’re getting tired. But honestly, this stuff energizes me and I want to take a little bit of a closer look at ivermectin and how it’s being treated in the media.
So here’s the deal. Just go to Google. Okay. And again, it’s January 6th, as I record this, I went to Google typed in just ivermectin, just that. Clicked on the news tab to see the top stories. And look, nobody’s writing about this at all. Nothing. Let me just give you the top 10 results.
Okay. They’re all local affiliates and web pages that I’ve never heard of. That’s the cream that’s rising to the top on ivermectin. So either no one’s writing about it or it’s being suppressed.
- But here we have News 24: Wherever the fuck they’re from… Here’s a headline “Ivermectin not a treatment for COVID-19 warns SA expert”.
- Here’s KSAT San Antonio: “Is deworming drug ivermectin deemed a safe and effective treatment for COVID-19 right now?” Clickbait headline – they go on to say that it’s not.
- Med Page Today: “What’s behind the ivermectin-for-COVID buzz?”… alright…
- Fox 35 Orlando: “Pet parasite, drug ivermectin, touted as COVID-19 treatment” 18 hours ago. Little slow on the uptake, Fox 35 Orlando, but you know, your professional newspeople so I wouldn’t expect you to be on the bleeding edge of what’s going on.
- H Fox 25: “Ivermectin for COVID-19 treatment – what you need to know”… one day ago. I mean, you know, that sounds like it could be a statement of the facts.
- Here we have The Citizen: I don’t know what this publication is but they say, “Public warned against using ivermectin to treat COVID-19” and then they have their headline image is a picture of a fucking sheep.
- S ABC News: “Afrivet cautions against ivermectin for COVID-19 treatment”. Who’s Afrivet? I don’t know. But they caution against it.
- KHOU.com: “Texas doctor uses medicine for hair lice to treat COVID-19 patients”. Do you see how they’re just trying to be derisive right there? They’re trying to belittle the medication itself. They’re saying it’s used for animals. They’re saying it’s used for hair lice…
- Here’s the last one – News 24: “SAPRA open to clinical trials for the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19”. Hmm. So we have one out of – how many of them? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine – one of the nine is at least optimistic about a treatment that it looks to me is conclusive.
This is the one to use… But yet we have all this nonsense, this disinformation, I mean, is this Dr. Kory guy, a complete charlatan? Who gains nothing – he’s putting his entire career on the line and he gains nothing… Why would he do that? And yet look at the vaccine. Look at Fauci. Follow the money.
On one hand, the vaccine, Fauci, these experts gain millions of dollars. And on the other hand with ivermectin, Dr. Kory and his group, his cohort of doctors, gain nothing except they saved people’s lives. Follow the money.
🚫 Johns Hopkins censorship
Well, there’s more, flip-flopping fun. And this time it’s courtesy of Johns Hopkins University, by the way, are the two Johns? Johns Hopkins… is that? I don’t know. It seems like a spelling mistake. Shouldn’t be John Hopkins?
Whatever – John’s… John’s Hopkins. We got two Johns and we got a university where a faculty member and a student teamed up to do actual science for once and it got them censored within a day. So let’s take a drink of this clip first because they layout really well what happened. And it’s a webinar presenting their findings. So let’s take a drink of this:
So all this points to no evidence of excess deaths from COVID-19. According to the people who are relied upon to compile the stats that everyone uses to report the death numbers in the news and et cetera, search results… et cetera.
So well, here’s the thing that happened literally a day after this article is published. The editors took it down and they wrote a rather long editor’s note before they republished it with some amendments.
However, the webinars, I understand remained untouched… I’m not sure exactly. I found the webinar in another it was not as easy to find as I thought it would be to find. So I guess that means it doesn’t exist anymore. I’m not sure, check into it. I don’t want to spread lies and disinformation. Okay! (Editors note: actually, I did find it. It’s the video embedded above).
Because the globalist might not like that if I did that. So I want to stay on the good side of the globalist from time to time folks!… Anyhow, let’s take a look at this editor’s notes. I want to read this to you. At least maybe a part of it. So here’s what they say:
“After the newsletter published this article on November 22nd, it was brought to our attention that our coverage of Genevieve Briand’s presentation ‘COVID-19 deaths: a look at US data’ has been used to support dangerous inaccuracies that minimize the impact of the pandemic.
🤔 COVID-19 numbers…
I want to dig into some of these numbers that they’ve linked to because I’m not really understanding what they’re saying. So here’s the question it has on their page. What the CDC itself says on their COVID-19 case surveillance. “What data sources does CDC use for COVID-19 case surveillance?”
“To obtain timely and detailed data on COVID-19 cases in the United States, CDC uses two data sources. The first data source is an aggregate count based on a robust multi-step process to collect data and confirm the case and death numbers with jurisdictions daily.”
And they have three bullet points to describe what that means. First bullet point:
“A CDC data team collects information from jurisdictions, websites, and a separate CDC data team double-checks the information collected.”
Second bullet point:
“CDC then shares the data back with the jurisdictions for confirmations or corrections.”
Third bullet point:
“CDC reconciles, any differences and posts the finalized information to a CDC website.”
Okay. So I also checked into the way that Johns Hopkins University gets their information. And lo and behold, they do the exact same process. They check out each jurisdiction’s website. You can see actually Johns Hopkins has all of their sources listed in a feed and you see plenty of jurisdiction health websites there.
So You know the little editorial note saying that they didn’t have all the information from the CDC… To me, that seems like that’s a big old lie.
🥼 Still trust the science?
Well, this has been me focusing on, I guess, the media presentation of the science. Which is often manipulative and there are very many different sources of information, so it can be hard for professionals to do their job, I guess. But it just seems like there’s something going on when you put all these pieces together.
Why is it that the media is so against these alternative treatments? Why is it that the media is politicizing science so much? And to what end? What’s the mechanism that’s causing this to happen?
Is it very many mechanisms? Is it PR from pharmaceutical companies? Is it PR from you know, the democratic party and their various connections? Is it lobbyists? Is it just that people in the media in 2020 became deranged by Donald Trump? What is it? What’s the main cause of this sort of un-reliance on the facts?
And you may have noticed by now I haven’t even got into Fauci or any of the other various public health officials because I think they have blundered so many times as to warrant their own dedicated episode.
There’s really a lot to unpack in 2020. I may be doing a greatest hits 2020 year-in-review podcasts – for some time so we can get to the bottom of it. Honestly, I was forced to pay attention this year in a way I never had before. I used to watch a lot of documentaries and read a lot of books…
but for what it’s worth, I was not so into politics and current events. But this year I’ve just been forced to listen to several news deconstruction podcasts, different political talk shows – on the left and on the right. Very many sources: from progressive’s all the way to the right of center.
I don’t get into loony stuff, which for better or worse exists a lot on the right, but it doesn’t mean that the left isn’t deluded by their own set of realities.
But anyhow, I think that’s about it for today. I feel saddened by the state of affairs. It seems like political will is stronger than scientific facts at the current stage. And that is a big problem. Because if that continues to get worse we’re screwed. That means they can use information against us.
And even the ones who are in the know, perhaps you and I, will be powerless to fight against that tidal wave of control… and we’ve seen how this has played out, even in recent history, many examples of how governments have abused its possession of the knowledge to exploit people. So that’s something we can also explore later on.
Now listen: thank you for stopping by. Thank you for listening. I know you’re multitasking this entire episode, so you’ll probably have to listen to it again. Stay focused, dude. Go to my website, drinkingfromhumanskulls.com, you’ll find all the links and all of the videos there.
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