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No Fallout From Dr. Fukushima
Japanese doc's meltdown reveals depth of public commitment to narrative
A few days ago, we got exactly what we wanted: an internationally respected scientist publicly condemning Covid policies to a major government, forcefully pointing out the obvious harm of the deathvax. Now that Twitter is “free” again, the video was widely circulated.
The results? Nada. Zip. Zilch. What looked like a nuclear bomb turned out to be nothing more than another flash in the pan.
Proving exactly one thing: people don’t want to hear the truth.
Who watched and shared the video of Dr. Fukushima’s remarks? The people who already agreed with him. We’re preaching to the choir, while the Lost are still lost.
The latest research shows that the public doesn’t trust the mainstream media, but they don’t trust the alternative media either. Confidence in both is at an all-time low.
Those who suspect that Elon Musk’s quasi-liberation of Twitter was a stooge move have reason to be skeptical. Perhaps the powers-that-be returned to their original position, which was that it’s fine to let people say whatever they want, as long as nobody listens.
If you recall, prior to 2020, that’s the way the internet worked. Apparently, we’re regressing to the mean.
The Covid jabs may not have protected the public from any disease, but they very effectively inoculated them against truth.
How does a criminal gang ensure the loyalty of a member? It makes them culpable. In popular parlance, it makes sure they have skin in the game. As an example, a group might force an influential person to rape or kill a captive, and then use that crime to blackmail them forever. Organized crime has been doing this for decades (if not centuries).
From a psychological standpoint, injecting somebody with obvious poison, then telling them it’s not poison and that only a crazy liar would say it is, accomplishes the same purpose. That person will now cling to the narrative they prefer: they are okay, they didn’t harm their kids by getting them jabbed, and anyone who suggests otherwise is a loony.
For the last three years, we’ve been wondering why the jabs were such a huge emphasis for the ruling elite. Now we know. Depopulation is part of the agenda, but control is paramount.
Instinctively, we avoid pain and seek comfort. If it’s hard to believe something, we usually don’t. That’s why Twitter doesn’t matter anymore: most people have skin in the game now. They are watching each other drop dead on live TV, and refuse to listen to anyone who tells them why it’s happening.
The bodies of the vaxxed have been poisoned, but so have their minds. The jabs didn’t just ensure that people will die. It ensured they would die without listening.
Dr. Fukushima did the right thing. So have the rest of us who have been screaming from the rooftops for the last three years. We thought we could fight bad speech with good speech, and the aggressive censorship made us feel like that was where the fight was.
What if it was just a diversion?
What if free speech doesn’t even matter anymore, and that’s why they’re letting us have it back?
Dr. Fukushima was the right guy, saying the right things, and we were permitted to share it. The fact that it had no impact outside the Substack fringe is a very bad sign that we’ve lost the first battle of this war.
From here on, we need to understand that the Lost are not lost because they don’t know where to go, they’re lost because it’s too painful for them to find their way.
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