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I. Censoring Incorrect Ideas — Eugyppius Responds
II. Intermezzo Directo — Insult me!
III. Content Moderation — Globopsycho Loves This
IV. PCR — Performing Criminal Rituals
I. Censoring Incorrect Ideas — Eugyppius Responds
On Monday our faithful Germacademic by way of Noricum posted a warning that there is still some very useful “Science” being conducted out in the hinterlands of Sciencedom and to temper the cynic’s impulse to presume that some things are not as they seem just because so many events are cartoonish fabrications, deceptive illusions, corruptly altered, or part of some operation to sprinkle the masses with palatable psychological kibbles and bits that will lead to their poisoning.
He admitted the piece was inspired by some pushback he got on a prior post on the validity of PCR testing.
It’s hardly disagreeable. Ideological formation shapes online communities and there will always be a certain percentage of skeptics who denounce the validity of everything that follows events A, B, and C if even just one of them is a faulty tower. This is a logical fallacy continuum the official name of which still escapes me.
Eugyppius's title “Not Everything Is Fake” however sets his piece up on straw. Sure, not everything is fake, but nobody worth reading or responding to has ever made that claim, because the root of critical skepticism is in never making absolutist assumptions about as-yet unanswered questions or being pessimistically dismissive of any peg that doesn’t suit one’s preconceived bias hole. Though to Eugyppius's defense plenty of absolutist assumptions were made in his comments that to his mind are so lacking in scientific evidence, he deems them dishonest misrepresentations or “Viral denialist bullshit”.
Is the virus real or not?
I’ll save that for the end.
There are plenty of holes to fall into when accurate information is so scarce and so many once-trusted (were they ever trustworthy?) institutions betray their purpose. This can lead to habitual conspiracy thinking about motives and intent.
Those who are overly eager to embrace every conspiracy will be just as misled as those eager to embrace every official narrative or even those who refuse to accept that not all “science” is actual science. The key to effective skepticism is knowing when to unleash the right amount of doubt and in which direction.
The first step to learning new things is having the humility to say, “I don’t know.” And then proceeding with appropriate questions. It also requires checking certainty at the door where certain things might be unknowable for limitations of the individual’s capacity or expertise in that field, or simply a lack of reliable and trustworthy sources.
Doubt, unlike stubborn certainty, is the bleach of clear thinking. In just the right amounts it can remove the blemishes that stain reason and judgment, and lead to the right questions that might approximate some amalgamation of answers toward a greater understanding of something, that data and science could never possibly answer, like the motives, and intentions of others based on historical events and precedence. But ingesting too much doubt can also result in reflexive dismissal and deadly ignorance.
As Joost Meerloo observed in Delusion and Mass Delusion, “He who firmly asserts his certainty is often suppressing his doubt and evading the vacuum of his ignorance. Every delusion is endowed with the same inner certainty we find in primitive thinking. It’s a regression, a theatrical disguise of inner impotence.”
Every blockhead is thoroughly persuaded that he is in the right, and every one who is all too firmly persuaded is a blockhead, and the more erroneous is his judgment the greater is the tenacity with which he holds it.
— Baltasar Gracián
Eugyppius's issue is not a low tolerance for conspiracy thinking, but a dismissiveness of skeptics who hold tremendous doubt to the official narrative of events and the “accepted science” of the day that Eugyppius holds as absolute indisputable truths. This weighs heavy enough on him that he resorts to banning these subscribers from commenting on his Substack for 100 years.
Earlier we had a little exchange in his open thread. To be clear, if it isn’t already, I abhor censorship and banning, for almost any reason.
His reply was evasive at first about how he hardly ever censors, and only “burner accounts” and people who apparently yell at him. I didn’t know that was even possible without a capslock or a microphone. But then gradually the truth came out.
His policy? Honest arguments are fine. Misrepresentations are bad, and if it comes from one of them unwashed “Virus Deniers”, well, it gets bumped up to an egregious insult.
And that’s when the truth finally came out.
He’s done with “these people” because “they’re not reasonable, and there’s going to be very limited tolerance for this monotonous crowd going forward, as there’s zero point engaging with them.”
No answer on why he couldn’t simply ignore them, although he apparently wants to make way so “more interesting and more correct ideas have a chance.”
Who bans their own subscribers from commenting?
Eugyppius does, and as he pointed out he has every right to do so.
If Eugyppius thinks the path to “more interesting and correct ideas” is censorship, or that a “misrepresentation” from a virus denier is an egregious insult that’s certainly his right.
II. Intermezzo Directo
That science is always evolving and never settled, and the Covid information situation so fluid, with the diabolical lies and propaganda so ubiquitous, it really takes a special kind of audacity to presume that one’s grasp on the events is so authoritatively conclusive so as to warrant censorship, banning, and corrective measures that referee “more interesting and correct ideas”.
This kind of temperament oozes from the halls of academia, from which I will never be sufficiently grateful for having escaped. The condescending dismissiveness of “I don’t have time for people who just aren’t capable of understanding the complexities of the science like I can” is not the character of someone who seems interested in ever questioning themselves. While the inability to simply ignore certain comments perhaps speaks to a generational fragility or ethnic disposition.
There’s no room for entertaining imaginative and creative (and dare we say scandalous) ideas of those who are lesser thinkers, simply because of the unenlightened and inaccurate views they hold. Even if those views are partially rooted in how evidence-based science was conducted prior to the middle of the last century before it was hijacked by corrupt forces and became “the science”.
They discuss all this at several points in the newly released documentary The Real Anthony Fauci - Celia Farber and Robert Malone around the 1 hour 11-minute mark. Judy Mikovits Plague of Corruption: Restoring Faith In the Promise of Science was also an interesting read about how the forces of Globopsycho will go to great lengths to disrupt anyone who upends their “science” with actual science. Rockefeller: Medicine Man from 1975 established the origins of this anti-human criminal hijacking.
Anyway, I’ll stand by my original pledge to never delete comments here that aren’t blatant spam about making $1400 per minute or just downright spam.
You are free to deny everything or anything here, including Fauci’s soul and especially Bill Gates's testicles. You are free to misrepresent me to kingdom come and insult me if you wish. I’ll even reward the most thoughtful and creative insult with a free classic Good Citizen T-Shirt! You can all even vote on the winner in the comment section with the most hearts.
Remember, I’m just a blindfolded sheep.
III. Content Moderation — Safety First Hijacked by Globopsycho
Content moderation is invented language by the recent digital pantywaist generations whose feelings are delicate, and believe censoring “harmful” views or “wrong” views is a good thing to protect others’ “safe space”, or in this case the integrity of their comment section from wrong think.
It was taken by those in power as a green light to embrace mass censorship under the guise of protecting people from “harmful content” and “misinformation” which is anything that exposes their craven greed, open hypocrisy, and crimes against humanity.
That the official paid position of “moderator” even exists at all, and now in the tens of thousands for big platforms, shows how badly the Internet has been hijacked and destroyed by emotionally fragile bedwetters and those in power who benefit tremendously from their bedwetting.
The entirety of the past two years was only possible because of massive globally coordinated censorship, “content moderation”, and bulletins only permitted from “official sources” like the criminal WHO and CDC.
That Eugyppius Plague Chronicle would be a voice of reason and truth during this dark time and resort to censorship and banning his own readers, on the very platform (Substack) that became the censorship-free blessing to get out as many ideas as possible shows he hasn’t learned much about how the past two years transpired in the first place, and why censorship is never the answer to anything.
Though having survived Ph.D. seminars with Germans, it’s not at all unusual coming from a place where the concept of free speech is about as understood as love and comedy and valued less than the music catalog of David Hasselhoff. It’s a country where entire political parties, “far right” of course, are mass surveilled and policed by the state for holding “dangerous” views that, in the name of democracy according to the Green Marxist brigade in power there, should be banned. Destroy demos-archy, in order to save it.
But there are people who celebrate this doublethink and police state tyranny because of moderated online content. They believe everything the regime feeds them. The moderated content works on them.
Censorship is always, before anything else, the first step to tyranny.
Once it begins it never ends, not without revolution and some blood spilling of both tyrants and patriots to refresh the tree of liberty.
Eugyppius contempt for what he deems wrong think and desire to purify his comment section with targeted censorship is his right, though it reveals a fragility that mystifies those of us from a generation that views censorship as capitulation to insecurity by those with power over others.
Does that make everything he’s posted over the Plandemic unworthy of reading? This would be embracing that aforementioned logical fallacy continuum, so obviously not.
Logical fallacies can only be pointed out effectively through open debate and the free exchange of ideas. The answer to debatable comments is to debate them. The answer to comments that are not worth responding to or try a man’s patience is even simpler — ignore them, don’t delete them.
How hard can that be?
Those he censored were actually exploring answers to intriguing questions: "Was there even a new disease? Is the PCR test valid at all? Was the alleged virus ever demonstrated to exist?"
Several made interesting points worthy of investigating with links to outside sources that Eugyppius dismissed as nonsense and worthy of censoring, including Sanjoy Majahan whose newly minted Substack will get a plug here because the censored deserve a voice. In an ironic toast to justice, Sanjoy means Victory. You can read about his experience being censored by Eugyppius in his inaugural post.
IV. PCR — Performing Criminal Rituals
The title of Euyppius's post “Not Everything Is Fake” belies the real issues people had with his PCR testing post the week prior. However, only one of his readers pointed out the most critical aspect of the entire PCR topic. It was delivered by Good Citizen reader and Substack scribe Kathleen Devanney whose recent post on unseen rain was a real joy to read.
PCR was the driver of the pandemic, and without it, they could not have sustained the illusion of a dangerous virus covering the globe. Which was patently false… So while technically it may produce some 'good' data, in the context in which it was (ab)used, for me, throws the whole thing out. Why would I sift through PCR data to find some 'real' info when its whole purpose was to prop up and justify a crime? That's playing their game - keeping us distracted and in the weeds, while they move forward with the next phase.
Indeed it is absolutely playing their game.
It’s using their language, their framing of events, inside their illusion of a dangerous pandemic, which was a mass delusion.
Eugyppius was kind enough to reply to Kathleen with some points of his own, mainly that without PCR testing and data we wouldn’t be able to prove that lockdowns failed and vaccines don’t stop transmission. Though one could also argue the counterpoint that you don’t use the same faulty tools that they used to prove a negative to disprove that same negative. He then admits that no matter what testing they used “…they could've (and probably would've) constructed their deceptive narratives with all these methods.”
And that’s the point.
Because PCR was perfect for that, in the same way it was perfect for Fauci’s last PCR scam — the HIV-AIDS-AZT criminal conspiracy.
The entire global medical performance created a framework of words, phrases, assumptions, social rituals, attire, and scientific sorcery backed by “the experts”. It manufactured its own cult-like language that once repeated frequently enough in a social body became an even more deadly contagion than the original contagion.
Joost Meerloo writes in Delusion and Mass Delusion about words and Language:
Language…is always the expression of a special kind of thinking. This is why certain language may block our attempt to attain a purer and better form of thinking. Gradually, customary language becomes too limited for special ways of thinking. This is why our thoughts must continually thrive to free themselves from existing language.
PCR testing allowed them to create a false positive casedemic, engineer a fear campaign of big red bubbles on computer screens, as well as the most nefarious language and science con of all that drove the hysteria of invisible harm to another galaxy — asymptomatic spread!
It all lent undeserving respectability and credence to a criminal conspiracy and hoax.
As another Good Citizen reader and Substack Scribe John Day MD who writes Dr. John’s Blog recently commented about his experience on the front lines with PCR testing:
The PCR tests were used in the US to manipulate the COVID Pandemic progression curve in several ways. I lived through it, testing more people than any other doc in my clinic…On the PCR, neither of the labs we used would ever reveal to us what cycle threshold they used, never. I was technically "Lab Director" due to a grandfather clause that qualified me. I tried for over a year to get an answer. No answer.
People lining up by the millions across the west to “get tested” with potentially glitchy, and possibly even manipulated PCR tests speaks to how embedded within the social consciousness these performative contagions became.
If “Do not comply” means anything it means do not even participate in any aspect of their hoax, especially dubious testing schemes, but most certainly do not ever use the contrived language that Fauci and Frau Fancy Scarf spent 77 straight days on television next to Trump disseminating to the fearful and pliable masses who then went online to repeat all the absurd claims and idiotic delusions.
By now all the language mutations of reflexively repeated sloganeering by the slobbering masses are familiar. Two weeks to slow the spread. Get tested to protect others. Your mask covers me. Six feet of social distancing. Vaccines stop transmission. Safe and effective.
Two years to flatten the herd.
If it saves just one lie.
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When the language becomes universally accepted, and used without thought or question, a mass delusion is solidified.
To be clear it was fear that was the intended contagion, in order to push the deadly vaccines. The idea of a virus was both the premise and the mid-acts of their global play, just to bide their time while “trials” were being conducted on the death jabs to unleash their final depopulation act before the body bag denouement.
The receipts of the killer shots are now coming in and they’re uglier than taking a shit jumping. The Exposé recently compiled all the data and evidence in one piece that needs a billion shares.
That article has it all, in one perfectly sad place, of government data across the west. No need to get a hundred different links from Bitchute or Substack together, it’s, all, right, there.
As for the PCR illusion, referring to PCR as a valid diagnostic tool for illness set in motion the consent of the masses to accept their delusions so they could commit their global crimes against humanity.
It was the snake oil inside the Faucean tent, again. It got the masses to perform the nasal poker ritual in order to have their liberties partially and only temporarily restored by whatever cowardly miscreants required it for participation in society — schooling, office work, international travel, team sports, film shoots, and so on.
“Dearest government, can you tell me if I’m a danger or not? Oh, goody, I have a negative test. I have the state’s permission to go do that thing now. I’m safe. You’re safe. Together we’re all safe.”
Is PCR a useful tool to diagnose specific pathogens in people?
Is the virus real or not?
The answer: Who gives a flying viral load?!
It was all part of a globally coordinated psychological and biomedical-pharma-economic-depopulation-terror operation against humanity.
That’s the ball. Let’s keep our eyes on it!
Why bother debating all this with such defensive animosity if it only lends credence to the framework of events in the narrative light they want us to view them?
We must take back the language and framing of the past two years so that the light that shines on them bleaches away the muck and lies to reveal the precise disposition of those responsible.
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