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And again. And again. And again.
If another piece appears on Substack about how Stew Peters’ third-rate Documentary Died Suddenly does a disservice to the “medical freedom movement,” whatever the hell that is, by making poor filmmaking choices while peddling “conspiracy theories,” whatever the hell those are, I just might have to leave this meadow and head to the small ruminants vet clinic for three Pfizer shots and 40mL of Remdesivir.
Died Suddenly — The Ball
Millions of people around the world are dying suddenly of the same causes
The reason behind these “mysterious” deaths is clearly the “vaccines” but we’re not allowed to talk about it
Few professionals have come forward to tell the truth about what is happening for fear of losing their jobs, salaries, livelihoods, reputations, or any hope of ever working in their prospective fields again
The last line of inquiry into available evidence of this slaughter (by now clearly intentional) are embalmers and morticians
Dozens have had the courage to come forward and talk about the strange clots they’re finding in corpses that they’ve never seen before and only emerged after the mass “vaccination” program started
The documentary gives a platform for the testimony of many of the last lines of investigation into why people are dying suddenly
Died Suddenly — NOT The Ball
Stew Peters’ snake venom gag
Stew Peters got a DUI thirty years ago, or anything stupid or controversial he did in his past
The Producers’ past
A conspiracy montage that was very poorly done that left people wondering about its intended purpose
Any of the other poor artistic choices made for a documentary that is clearly low-budget and low-quality
Convincing those “in the middle” that vaccines are not only unsafe but causing mass death and suffering around the world, including fertility issues (Hint: anything Stew Peters puts out will be ignored by anyone who has made up their minds about the man)
The intrigue around a documentary doing a “disservice” to the “movement” that was clearly never intended to convince anyone not already on a personal journey of inquiry into the dangers of the “vaccines” is fascinating to read across this platform.
Did you really think a Stew Peters documentary would be given the time of day by people “in the middle” who need to be persuaded of what anyone with open eyes and mind can clearly see is happening?
Why is it the duty of a Stew Peters’ documentary to carry this heavy lifting when the same people “in the middle” won’t even give Robert F. Kennedy’s book The Real Anthony Fauci or an excellent and far superior documentary film of the same title a minute of their attention?
We are dealing with people whose minds are so programmed, so conditioned, including millions of those “in the middle,” that no amount of evidence or convincing through empirical means will move them toward the light.
These are people who will prefer the comfort of their echo chambers and the self-satisfaction of assimilation to a tribe than to ever acknowledge deadly truths. No amount of deprogramming by Substack writers or documentary filmmakers is going to save them.
As if this “movement” is some deprogramming ministry to save the lost souls conditioned by the greatest psyop in human history. A “movement” that can’t even agree on basic facts and whose “leaders” seek to divide their followers for their own monetary gain any chance they get so their influence becomes more reputable than the next “leader.”
Human corruptibility ensures that any centralized “movement” without the blessing of Globopsycho will be smeared, ignored, delegitimized, or inflitrated to be managed, controlled, corrupted, and delegitimized.
Greed and power ensure that even if certain “leaders” of any movement aren’t controlled opposition (more on that below) working for globopsycho, they will still try to grab as much power and money from the followers, truth be damned.
So why bother getting worked up over said movement, or a third-rate documentary?
In my past life, I used to write screenplays and plays (a few published here) and worked on some short films and documentaries. I’ve worked hundreds of hours in all three stages of filmmaking—preproduction, production, and post-production.
The production of a feature-length documentary is extremely difficult. In the wrong hands, it can go sideways in a hurry. Died Suddenly is an obvious example of a film that makes many poor artistic choices, from music to editing, to the arrangement of scenes, topics, interviews, and content.
It’s true, they could have made an attempt to investigate the scientific nature of the clots, the white calamari substances being pulled from the sudden death prize winners, but on a shoestring budget in the most litigious (see Dr. Malone below) society in the history of humanity, this probably wasn’t possible.
The first stages of the preproduction process require a lot of legal forms for participants to sign, including the crew. Those who will be interviewed and appear on camera must sign legal waivers that they will not sue the producers of the film. It’s an endless process of ‘cover your ass.’
Imagine approaching the wife of a sudden death victim and asking for legal permission to study these mysterious white fibrous clots that were pulled from her husband on the embalmer’s table.
Her first reaction is going to be disbelief. If she’s been deeply programmed she won’t even acknowledge any connection to the vaccines whatsoever. Assume one or two victims gave their consent, consulted an attorney, and signed a legal waiver for this process to commence.
The producers, who apparently had a $15,000 budget, would then have to pay for laboratories to study these clots in a manner that would not in any way appear unscientific, or biased. The victims’ families, their lawyers, the laboratories, and the scientists working there would all be at some level of programming not to touch this topic with a ten-foot pole.
If any of them at any stage saw Stew Peters’ name or did some digging into who was requesting this scientific work to be done, their visceral reaction from preconditioning by propagandists would have shut it down immediately.
Does any of this negate the aforementioned ball from which our eyes should not deviate?
Why take our eyes off it with anal retentive piece after piece dissecting a third-rate documentary and smearing its sponsors?
There’s nothing new, even from Stew Peters, that can discredit a movement that has been so thoroughly trashed and slandered and put through the corporate-state propaganda wringer as the “anti-vaxxers” of the world.
And besides, the “health freedom movement” is presently eating itself.
The “movement,” like all movements is in the midst of a struggle for narrative control, node supremacy, and self-legitimization by slandering the competition through the anti-establishment’s favorite ad hominem for anyone who gets too popular and triggers their skeptic alarms—controlled opposition.
Meh, Alex Jones is definitely controlled opposition. Bahhhaaa.
Meh, Dr. Yeadon is definitely controlled opposition. Bahhhaaa.
I’ve received half a dozen emails since I started performing on this platform that my fluffy ram ass is just “controlled opposition.” I’m still waiting for the checks from the CIA.
It’s a more moderate and less hysterical version of the left’s “anyone I disagree with is literally Hitler.”
There’s no way to disprove the accusation. It’s a way to muddy the waters and discredit anyone who doesn’t peddle the accepted narratives of the spectrum of that person’s “movement.”
It’s a tool to delegitimize someone who has captured a larger share of the demographic that another person seeks to monopolize for themselves.
Anytime someone presents something so outrageous, so unbelievably demonic or evil, even with some amount of credible evidence attached to it, the herd can scream that this person is trying to “discredit” their “movement” and therefore must be controlled opposition.
And sometimes it works, because yes, there are people who are controlled by globopsycho pretending to be opposition. However, it can’t be everyone you don’t like or disagree with and when the loudest voices level the accusation toward their competitors within a movement, it does no good for anyone but globopsycho.
All eyes off the ball. Divide and conquer.
Alex Berenson accused Dr. Robert Malone of not being who he claims to be live on Fox News Channel in front of millions because he knew Dr. Malone was creeping in on his highly lucrative Substack attention monopoly of health freedom “followers.” Dr. Malone took to Substack to label Berenson controlled opposition.
Everywhere you look inside and outside the “health freedom movement,” the accusations fly so that managing and controlling narratives within the “movement” becomes the sole provenance of whoever levels the accusations so they alone can extract the attention labor value from an audience hungry for any scraps of truth.
The normies of this “movement” are divided and distracted, separated into various meadows to ruminate on whatever morsels of information are presented by whatever “experts” have earned their trust.
Berenson might be controlled op. Hmm. I’m going to just listen to Dr. Malone from now on. He has my trust.
There’s a spectrum to this movement that has normies like Berenson on one end and Peter Breggin and the based Dr. Michael Yeadon on the other end. In the middle you have Malone, McCullough, Kory, and Kirsch to name a few. Some are more professional than others at handling opposing narratives within the “movement,” while others are downright petulant babies.
The middle is the power center. It has all the scientists and “experts” of the movement, who use their credentials and “expertise” to deliver a sensible and digestible narrative to the community that doesn’t veer too far off into conspiracy theory land which the masses have been so thoroughly conditioned to stay away from at all costs. Except there are no more conspiracy theories and there never were.
All eyes off the ball. Divide and conquer.
Now we have the petulant king of the middle, declaring war on a married couple outside the middle, who have known with astute clarity what’s happening in the world long before the petulant king had a damn clue.
Dr. Malone is suing Peter and Ginger Breggin for defamation to the tune of $25 million for slandering Malone and poking some worthy holes in his buddy Desmet’s completely made-up academic drivel of Mass Formation Psychosis.
From Breggin’s website where the lawsuit is posted:
Dr. Malone demands that you retract the false and defamatory Statements, issue a written apology, and fairly and fully compensate him for the presumed and actual damages suffered, including loss of income, insult, pain, humiliation, embarrassment, mental suffering and injury to his reputation.
To be clear, Dr. Malone is not suing the hundreds of corporate media outlets that slandered his name for the past 18 months, which are all owned by Blackrock, Vanguard, or State Street, and the criminals who have organized the terror op Convid-19, but he is suing the authors of a book on who orchestrated the evil plandemic that was published while Malone was lining up for his Pfizer shots and two full years before he authored his own book Lies My Government Told Me.
You just can’t make this shit up. On a long enough timeline, everything in any
movement devolves into spectacle and farce. The petulant power struggles help delegitimize everyone in someone’s eyes until there are just factions of sheep ruminating in different meadows.
Whether Malone is “controlled opposition” or just a thin-skinned asshole, one thing is certain about this “movement” that stinks worse than an actual movement—divide and conquer never looked so easy.
The points of division become evermore amplified, and the aforementioned ball gets ignored again, and again, and again, until we end up here.
Not to belabor the point but if she can do it in the video below, why can’t the “health freedom movement” do it? Whatever the hell that is.
“Cutting Crew” in 1986, “I just died in your arms tonight.”
Predictive programming for 2021!
Shut up, conspiracy theorist!
Dr. Malone’s anthem?
It must’ve been something you said.
Oh I, I just died in your arms tonight
It must've been something you said
I just died in your arms tonight
Oh I, I just died in your arms tonight
It must've been some kind of kiss
I should've walked away
I should've walked away
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Thanks for sharing.