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7 minutes ago, Idolmite said:

The media don't do the numbers. They only report the accepted official figures. You might note that Fox and CNN, whose news differs in every other respect, report the same numbers. Even Trump isn't contesting the death numbers. 

And everybody except the conspiracy theorists know the numbers are actually higher, not lower, as some countries are only counting those that die in hospitals, not those that have died at home. Nobody will ever accurately know the true figures. We just know it's a tragedy. 

Wrong.... the real figures are less and will come out

Who released the virus?

Why?

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29 minutes ago, Stables said:

I give up. I won't post on this topic again, somehow it has become the home of the flat earth society. 

Don't worry the world will learn the truth.

In the meantime go wash your hands and put on a mask

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7 hours ago, Stables said:

I thought you conspiracy theorists should read some truth for a change

So you couldn't answer the questions I gave you because your media hasn't told you . Why not?

Who released the virus?

Why?

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5 hours ago, Stables said:

Your Pasteur story is fake news to start with Gruff

Most of what we have been told is fake Stabey, wheres your proof? Heres something that clarifies, but to get clarity you may actually have to watch and listen, something Conspiracy theorists have no trouble with but can be challenging for Conspiracy Deniers like yourself 

 

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1 minute ago, Idolmite said:

We'll see, we'll see........

That's the difference

I know the answers to the real question everyone wants to know.

Who released the virus?

Why?

Your media won't touch it.

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, 100 1 said:

That's the difference

I know the answers to the real question everyone wants to know.

Who released the virus?

Why?

Your media won't touch it.

 

 

 

And yours talked absolute shite most of the time.......the truth, as is usual, will be somewhere in between. 

Too many people with too much time on their hands and access to the Internet these days......

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21 hours ago, 100 1 said:

Don't worry the world will learn the truth.

In the meantime go wash your hands and put on a mask

100 1; I have 13 serious questions for you. Please answer each fully and in your own words from your own brain. No links. No screen grabs. No copy and pastes. Just what you personally think is going on. 

1/ Who do YOU think released the virus?

2/ And how?

3/ Why did they do it?

4/ And why do YOU think they're the ones that did it? 

5/  How do YOU think the media has overestimated the deaths 100x world wide?

6/ And why?

7/ Who do YOU think controls the media?

 8/ You've said "Why did the CDC count covid deaths when it is obviously not the cause?" Please explain what you mean here. The worldwide figures are kept by the John Hopkins University. 

9/ And what was the obvious cause of these other deaths you're talking about?

10/ What about the deaths all over the world where people have died at home and the likes, and have not been counted? It's also obvious to everybody that China for one, and likely many more, have obviously bullshitted their figures when they're actually much higher? How do you explain that away when you tying to drop the numbers by 99%? 

11/ Do you believe the moon landing was a hoax?

12/ Do you believe 9/11 was an inside job?

13/ Do you believe there was a second shooter on the grassy knoll?

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On 5/26/2020 at 6:34 PM, 100 1 said:

Who released the virus?

Why?

Why did the media overestimate the deaths 100x world wide?

Who controls the media?

 Why did the CDC  count covid deaths  when it is obviously not the cause?

Why coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists so badly

OPINION: The Covid-19 pandemic has infected well over four million people around the world and killed at least 300,000. New Zealand may appear to be decisively heading in the right direction, but this isn’t the case globally and, as the pandemic worsens, the death toll rises, and the economic depression settles in, pandemic-related conspiracy theories will become more prevalent.

In the aftermath of events that shock the system, as Covid-19 has, it is natural to seek answers. It is the brain's coping mechanism for making sense of things. It is how we as a species have developed over millennia to explain anything beyond our understanding. And it is there, when the dust is yet to settle, and emotions run high, that misinformation thrives.

This is the backdrop to upcoming elections in both the United States and New Zealand, and it means we must be much more vigilant about the information that is shared, regardless of how slick the packaging. Policy decisions can always mean the difference between life and death, but this is especially true in a global pandemic. Many people have lost their incomes, daily routines, and sense of security, leaving us vulnerable for exploitation by people who to peddle dishonest or inaccurate information in the name of truth. 

Coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists, but we cannot afford to let misinformation thrive, writes Abbas Nazari.

AP

Coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists, but we cannot afford to let misinformation thrive, writes Abbas Nazari.

Whenever there are shocking tragedies, conspiracy theorists jump to the fore. This has been the case in other high-profile events that have captured the news cycle. Take for example, the helicopter crash that resulted in the death of nine people, including basketball star Kobe Bryant. Before the flames had been doused, online trolls had manufactured theories on the cause of the crash. 

READ MORE:
Coronavirus: Facebook to warn users who 'liked' Covid-19 hoaxes
Tech companies step up fight against bad coronavirus info
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The most common theory was that Bryant was assassinated by someone with ties to Hillary and Bill Clinton. The evidence? A screenshot of a tweet sent from Bryant's Twitter account saying: "I have information that will lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton." It was a fake, of course, a screenshot created on websites used to make do-it-yourself memes.

Kobe Bryant's death led to bizarre conspiracy theories, including one involving Bill and Hillary Clinton

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Kobe Bryant's death led to bizarre conspiracy theories, including one involving Bill and Hillary Clinton

Another narrative that made the rounds was that Bryant was taken out by big pharma⎯based on an ongoing legal battle regarding the trademark of his nickname "The Black Mamba," which pitted him against a pharmaceutical company marketing diet pills under the same name. There are countless other theories, each more fantastic than the last. 

The Kobe conspiracy encircled a small portion of very dedicated fans or those who follow celebrities. Chances are, you have never heard these distorted versions of events. However, the conspiracies regarding the current pandemic have reached a far larger portion of society. 

Not everyone has the time to sift through an article and click on the links or annotations to see which sources are being cited, and forensically examine the contents of everything they see online. But there is a lot we can do to counter misinformation in our communities and our politics, and there are productive ways to reach someone in your circle who keeps asking whether you have seen the video about how the virus is spread by 5G, or how it was made in a Chinese lab, or that it is bio-weapon for population control.

Judy Mikovits in 2011, the year she was sacked from her lab. The viral video Plandemic puts her discredited claims squarely in the spotlight.

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Judy Mikovits in 2011, the year she was sacked from her lab. The viral video Plandemic puts her discredited claims squarely in the spotlight.

Many people absorbing and sharing misinformation are doing so out of curiosity, rather than conviction about the claims being made, and the first group is much easier to reach than the “true believers”. Empathy is key, as it is more effective to gently talk through why you may think the information they’ve been exposed to is incorrect, rather than a personal attack for being gullible or stupid.

It is worth taking the time to affirm that it is natural for people to have questions during times of crisis, and to see if you can steer your friend who is sharing coronavirus theories they found in “the explore section of Instagram” towards some more reputable and reliable sources, all of whom have made coverage of the coronavirus available free of charge.

The 26-minute Plandemic video is an alarming example of the high-stakes challenge of countering misinformation as coronavirus continues to be a disruptor. The viral video put a discredited scientist, Judy Mikovits, who was fired from her lab in 2011, squarely in the spotlight. Her wild claims, including that masks “activate” the virus, and that Anthony Fauci, director of the American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, personally tried to derail her work, have been broadly condemned and discredited. 

However, that didn’t stop the clip from racking up more than eight million views before it was taken down by major social media outlets. Analysis of the viewership data shows that the video appeared most often in groups devoted to the QAnon conspiracy, anti-vaccine movement, and conspiracy theories in general. Mikovits has become a star in the far-Right movement, gaining an army of Twitter followers, and being presented as the academic face of the Reopen American movement.

Plandemic’s documentary-style footage, warm, trustworthy narrator, and careful editing gives the impression of a being something akin to a thorough 60 Minutesinvestigation. Indeed, many of the videos circulating around conspiracy theorist forums follow the same format: assert that they are presenting the truth, provide little evidence apart from blatant lies, or quote-mining, where a line is stripped of its context to the point where it can be repurposed to make a completely new point, and then they cover their tracks with references to free speech or assertions that, if the video is taken down, it is just further proof that elites do not want the truth to get out. 

And it is an approach that is gaining traction. A survey of 2,000 Americans (by Harvard Kennedy School, March 17-19) revealed that one-third believe the virus was manmade and spread on purpose. The internet has blurred the lines between “the truth” and what is factually, tangibly, measurably real. As some social scientists have pointed, we now live in a post-truth era, full of “alternative facts”.

Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is accused by Mikovits of trying to derail her work. Most of her claims have been widely discredited.

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Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is accused by Mikovits of trying to derail her work. Most of her claims have been widely discredited.

After the horrific Christchurch mosque attacks, New Zealand's Government swiftly and appropriately legislated against certain types of firearms. Canada has followed suit in the aftermath of the Nova Scotia shootings. But trawl through the online forums and it is ablaze with chatter that the massacres were government-sanctioned “false flag” operations, a decoy to disarm the public, and pave a path of least resistance for a tyrant government. 

Not only is this disregarding the victims of these tragedies, but if left unchecked, followers of these theories will continue to dig in their heels. It is one of the many reasons that common-sense gun laws in the US never pass. 

It is easy in New Zealand for the scale and style of such misinformation to feel far away and not that relevant, so why should we care?  One important idea is that policies adopted today in the US could become New Zealand’s foreign policy challenges tomorrow. We are already seeing the Trump administration pressure countries to lay blame on China.

But most importantly, it is the principle that the truth is maintained without the shadow of a doubt. In order to beat the pandemic, it is important that appropriate medical guidelines are communicated and followed. 

We are already seeing a major increase in the anti-vaccine community.  What if a vaccine becomes available, but a major portion of the population decides not to vaccinate, because of the theories they have been exposed to online? This will blunt the effectiveness of a vaccine rollout and mean that people remain vulnerable.

We have to fight misinformation, no matter how slick the packaging. It may mean having that awkward conversation with your friend about 5G. 

* Abbas Nazari studied at the University of Canterbury, and is undertaking a masters in security studies at Georgetown University, Washington DC.

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2 hours ago, Idolmite said:

100 1; I have 13 serious questions for you. Please answer each fully and in your own words from your own brain. No links. No screen grabs. No copy and pastes. Just what you personally think is going on. 

1/ Who do YOU think released the virus?

It was released by the deep state.   That is the huge question you haven't asked...WHO ARE THEY????

It was released/modified from the Wahun Institute of Virology who partner with Harvard University'

Obama/Fauci donated 3.7m to WIV for Corona study.

Charles Lieber from Harvard and 2 Chinese nationals were arrested in connection on Jan 28  Also high ranking Washington officials are involved I believe.

2/ And how?

Not sure . One person ?Was released in Seattle Jan 15

3/ Why did they do it?

It was done to remove Trump by crashing the economy.  Team Trump is destroying the deep state hence the panic.

End economic/employment gains,  End Trump rallies

They are trying to lockdown to the election through health concerns.., not going to happen

Push fear through MSM

Instruct Dem governors to vote by mail (fraud)

Notice the Dem states are still closed. 

Delay China trade negotiations,  Shelter Biden etc

It was released on Jan 15 .  If you remember Pelosi delayed the impeachment until that date so the MSM would hide the virus until impeachment was over and the virus took hold.

WHO were complicit by not notifying the US 

4/ And why do YOU think they're the ones that did it? 

The deep state are responsible for everything, Wars, Terrorism, 9/11, contolled NK, Isis, Mass Shootings, MSM etc etc etc They have controlled the world for decades inc NZ

5/  How do YOU think the media has overestimated the deaths 100x world wide?

The deep state control the Media. They pushed fear to the max estimating 2m deaths in US and 2000 here.

Like they push fake Climate Change

6/ And why?

Control by fear. Hiding the deep state operation.

7/ Who do YOU think controls the media?

The same 6 companies control 90% of the worlds media including the hit job you have just posted on Covid conspiracy

They are the deep state mouthpiece.

 8/ You've said "Why did the CDC count covid deaths when it is obviously not the cause?" Please explain what you mean here. The worldwide figures are kept by the John Hopkins University. 

CDC own vaccine patents worth $4.6b turnover per year. Flu deaths were in the hundreds pre 2002 then were from then on were associated with pneumonia to boost them 40k-60k per year so they could sell the flu vaccine through fear. The same has happened with covid,

9/ And what was the obvious cause of these other deaths you're talking about?

Mainly Pneumonia ....  but initially were associated with many causes to bump up deaths. Also nursing homes were targeted to boost numbers.and some  tests were proved to be laced with Covid. 

10/ What about the deaths all over the world where people have died at home and the likes, and have not been counted? It's also obvious to everybody that China for one, and likely many more, have obviously bullshitted their figures when they're actually much higher? How do you explain that away when you tying to drop the numbers by 99%? 

Guessing China was fake propaganda to boost the fear level for the media to hype the hysteria.

It  appears nearly impossible to die solely from flu without a compromised immune system or complications hence the CDC 2001 figures show only 18 identified people truely dying from flu ' 

11/ Do you believe the moon landing was a hoax?

Haven't done any research although plenty doubting fake videos.

12/ Do you believe 9/11 was an inside job?

Definitely

13/ Do you believe there was a second shooter on the grassy knoll?

No research but I understand it was a CIA operation led by old man Bush. Kennedy threatened to take down the CIA.

Team Trump knew the  deep state Covid playbook and have countered and have let them hang themselves as usual.

This show is going to have a very good ending

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1 hour ago, Idolmite said:

Why coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists so badly

OPINION: The Covid-19 pandemic has infected well over four million people around the world and killed at least 300,000. New Zealand may appear to be decisively heading in the right direction, but this isn’t the case globally and, as the pandemic worsens, the death toll rises, and the economic depression settles in, pandemic-related conspiracy theories will become more prevalent.

In the aftermath of events that shock the system, as Covid-19 has, it is natural to seek answers. It is the brain's coping mechanism for making sense of things. It is how we as a species have developed over millennia to explain anything beyond our understanding. And it is there, when the dust is yet to settle, and emotions run high, that misinformation thrives.

This is the backdrop to upcoming elections in both the United States and New Zealand, and it means we must be much more vigilant about the information that is shared, regardless of how slick the packaging. Policy decisions can always mean the difference between life and death, but this is especially true in a global pandemic. Many people have lost their incomes, daily routines, and sense of security, leaving us vulnerable for exploitation by people who to peddle dishonest or inaccurate information in the name of truth. 

Coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists, but we cannot afford to let misinformation thrive, writes Abbas Nazari.

AP

Coronavirus has infected conspiracy theorists, but we cannot afford to let misinformation thrive, writes Abbas Nazari.

Whenever there are shocking tragedies, conspiracy theorists jump to the fore. This has been the case in other high-profile events that have captured the news cycle. Take for example, the helicopter crash that resulted in the death of nine people, including basketball star Kobe Bryant. Before the flames had been doused, online trolls had manufactured theories on the cause of the crash. 

READ MORE:
Coronavirus: Facebook to warn users who 'liked' Covid-19 hoaxes
Tech companies step up fight against bad coronavirus info
Coronavirus 'could become seasonal' - US health chief

The most common theory was that Bryant was assassinated by someone with ties to Hillary and Bill Clinton. The evidence? A screenshot of a tweet sent from Bryant's Twitter account saying: "I have information that will lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton." It was a fake, of course, a screenshot created on websites used to make do-it-yourself memes.

Kobe Bryant's death led to bizarre conspiracy theories, including one involving Bill and Hillary Clinton

Getty-Images

Kobe Bryant's death led to bizarre conspiracy theories, including one involving Bill and Hillary Clinton

Another narrative that made the rounds was that Bryant was taken out by big pharma⎯based on an ongoing legal battle regarding the trademark of his nickname "The Black Mamba," which pitted him against a pharmaceutical company marketing diet pills under the same name. There are countless other theories, each more fantastic than the last. 

The Kobe conspiracy encircled a small portion of very dedicated fans or those who follow celebrities. Chances are, you have never heard these distorted versions of events. However, the conspiracies regarding the current pandemic have reached a far larger portion of society. 

Not everyone has the time to sift through an article and click on the links or annotations to see which sources are being cited, and forensically examine the contents of everything they see online. But there is a lot we can do to counter misinformation in our communities and our politics, and there are productive ways to reach someone in your circle who keeps asking whether you have seen the video about how the virus is spread by 5G, or how it was made in a Chinese lab, or that it is bio-weapon for population control.

Judy Mikovits in 2011, the year she was sacked from her lab. The viral video Plandemic puts her discredited claims squarely in the spotlight.

AP

Judy Mikovits in 2011, the year she was sacked from her lab. The viral video Plandemic puts her discredited claims squarely in the spotlight.

Many people absorbing and sharing misinformation are doing so out of curiosity, rather than conviction about the claims being made, and the first group is much easier to reach than the “true believers”. Empathy is key, as it is more effective to gently talk through why you may think the information they’ve been exposed to is incorrect, rather than a personal attack for being gullible or stupid.

It is worth taking the time to affirm that it is natural for people to have questions during times of crisis, and to see if you can steer your friend who is sharing coronavirus theories they found in “the explore section of Instagram” towards some more reputable and reliable sources, all of whom have made coverage of the coronavirus available free of charge.

The 26-minute Plandemic video is an alarming example of the high-stakes challenge of countering misinformation as coronavirus continues to be a disruptor. The viral video put a discredited scientist, Judy Mikovits, who was fired from her lab in 2011, squarely in the spotlight. Her wild claims, including that masks “activate” the virus, and that Anthony Fauci, director of the American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, personally tried to derail her work, have been broadly condemned and discredited. 

However, that didn’t stop the clip from racking up more than eight million views before it was taken down by major social media outlets. Analysis of the viewership data shows that the video appeared most often in groups devoted to the QAnon conspiracy, anti-vaccine movement, and conspiracy theories in general. Mikovits has become a star in the far-Right movement, gaining an army of Twitter followers, and being presented as the academic face of the Reopen American movement.

Plandemic’s documentary-style footage, warm, trustworthy narrator, and careful editing gives the impression of a being something akin to a thorough 60 Minutesinvestigation. Indeed, many of the videos circulating around conspiracy theorist forums follow the same format: assert that they are presenting the truth, provide little evidence apart from blatant lies, or quote-mining, where a line is stripped of its context to the point where it can be repurposed to make a completely new point, and then they cover their tracks with references to free speech or assertions that, if the video is taken down, it is just further proof that elites do not want the truth to get out. 

And it is an approach that is gaining traction. A survey of 2,000 Americans (by Harvard Kennedy School, March 17-19) revealed that one-third believe the virus was manmade and spread on purpose. The internet has blurred the lines between “the truth” and what is factually, tangibly, measurably real. As some social scientists have pointed, we now live in a post-truth era, full of “alternative facts”.

Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is accused by Mikovits of trying to derail her work. Most of her claims have been widely discredited.

AP

Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is accused by Mikovits of trying to derail her work. Most of her claims have been widely discredited.

After the horrific Christchurch mosque attacks, New Zealand's Government swiftly and appropriately legislated against certain types of firearms. Canada has followed suit in the aftermath of the Nova Scotia shootings. But trawl through the online forums and it is ablaze with chatter that the massacres were government-sanctioned “false flag” operations, a decoy to disarm the public, and pave a path of least resistance for a tyrant government. 

Not only is this disregarding the victims of these tragedies, but if left unchecked, followers of these theories will continue to dig in their heels. It is one of the many reasons that common-sense gun laws in the US never pass. 

It is easy in New Zealand for the scale and style of such misinformation to feel far away and not that relevant, so why should we care?  One important idea is that policies adopted today in the US could become New Zealand’s foreign policy challenges tomorrow. We are already seeing the Trump administration pressure countries to lay blame on China.

But most importantly, it is the principle that the truth is maintained without the shadow of a doubt. In order to beat the pandemic, it is important that appropriate medical guidelines are communicated and followed. 

We are already seeing a major increase in the anti-vaccine community.  What if a vaccine becomes available, but a major portion of the population decides not to vaccinate, because of the theories they have been exposed to online? This will blunt the effectiveness of a vaccine rollout and mean that people remain vulnerable.

We have to fight misinformation, no matter how slick the packaging. It may mean having that awkward conversation with your friend about 5G. 

* Abbas Nazari studied at the University of Canterbury, and is undertaking a masters in security studies at Georgetown University, Washington DC.

MSM hit job

Obama wiretapped Trump...conspiracy theory... yeah na

The conspiracy theories are in for a gigantic run of wins as is being proven daily with the Obamagate declassifications

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The WHO have the planned Mass Vaccination for the so called Covid all worked out. There are Countries across the globe experimenting to find the candidate and there are people lining up to be guinea pigs with a 40 year old woman in the US first jabbed in March. The level of Stupidity is beyond belief. Adern is hiding behind Bloomfield and the useless as tits on a Bull Mike Baker regarding our Covid levels but the Directive is coming from the Corrupt WHO...... level 1 on June 22 ? Looking more unlikely. 

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How about this ... :) 

Please stop saying you "researched it."

You didn't research anything and its highly probable that you dont even know how to do so.

Did you compile a literature review and write abstracts on each article? Or better yet, did you collect a random sample of sources and perform independent probability statistics on the reported results? No?

Did you at least take each article, one by one and look into the source ( that would be the author, publisher and funder), then critique the writing for logical fallacies, cognitive distortions and plain inaccuracies.

Did you ask yourself why this source might publish these particular results? Did you follow the trail of references and apply the same source of scrutiny to them?

No? Then you didn't fucking research anything. You read or watched a video, most likely with little to no objectivity. You came across something in your algorithm manipulated feed, something that jived with your implicit biases and served your confirmation bias, and subconsciously applied your emotional filters and called it proof.

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12 hours ago, 100 1 said:

Team Trump knew the  deep state Covid playbook and have countered and have let them hang themselves as usual.

This show is going to have a very good ending

Deep State is bullshit...another conspiracy promoted by Trump and cronies for their own ends.

The ending won’t be good...wait until November.

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14 hours ago, 100 1 said:

Team Trump knew the  deep state Covid playbook and have countered and have let them hang themselves as usual.

This show is going to have a very good ending

Thank you for taking the time. It answered several questions for me.....

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2 hours ago, Ohokaman said:

Deep State is bullshit...another conspiracy promoted by Trump and cronies for their own ends.

The ending won’t be good...wait until November.

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CNN are Deep State (controlled) !!!

They are there to control how you think and have done a great job.

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10 hours ago, Archer said:

How about this ... :) 

Please stop saying you "researched it."

You didn't research anything and its highly probable that you dont even know how to do so.

Did you compile a literature review and write abstracts on each article? Or better yet, did you collect a random sample of sources and perform independent probability statistics on the reported results? No?

Did you at least take each article, one by one and look into the source ( that would be the author, publisher and funder), then critique the writing for logical fallacies, cognitive distortions and plain inaccuracies.

Did you ask yourself why this source might publish these particular results? Did you follow the trail of references and apply the same source of scrutiny to them?

No? Then you didn't fucking research anything. You read or watched a video, most likely with little to no objectivity. You came across something in your algorithm manipulated feed, something that jived with your implicit biases and served your confirmation bias, and subconsciously applied your emotional filters and called it proof.

10 hours ago, Archer said:

Who does this apply to on here? 

You obviously  have an opinion so how is that based?  Research?

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NY Nursing homes were deliberately targeted. 42% of deaths

See Cuomo's orders...... Document below 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/cuomo-immunity-nursing-home-campaign-donation
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/new-york-health-website-deletes-cuomos-order-on-nursing-homes
http://web.archive.org/web/20200407103413/https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2020/03/doh_covid19-_nhadmissionsreadmissions_-032520.pdf
If elderly most at risk [known][knowingly] why order COVID-19 positive patients back into nursing homes?
Hospital capacity?
USNS Comfort capacity?
Ignorant [A] or deliberate ?
[Accountability] options outside [other than] ballot box?
Q

https://www.breitbart.com/health/2020/05/27/italy-96-of-coronavirus-fatalities-had-other-chronic-illnesses/
The more you know…
Q

'Quarantine' is when you restrict the movement of sick people.
'Tyranny' is when you restrict the movement of healthy people.
Q

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