- The World Well being Group introduced that it’s working with Massive Tech to fight misinformation on-line
- Because of WHO’s “coverage updates,” 850,000 YouTube movies associated to “dangerous or deceptive COVID-19 misinformation” have been faraway from the platform from February 2020 to January 2021
- Lest you see all sides of a problem and type an informed opinion of your personal, WHO intends to rigorously management the web so that you solely see what it deems because the “fact”
- To perform this, WHO is working intently with grasp manipulators in their very own proper, together with YouTube, Google, Fb and NewsGuard
- WHO has devoted a webpage to reporting misinformation on-line, with direct hyperlinks to social media platforms, making it simple to snitch on those that go in opposition to the established order
- Vital parts of regulatory businesses’ budgets across the globe come from the pharmaceutical business that these businesses are supposed to control
You possibly can sleep simple tonight. The World Well being Group introduced that it’s working with Massive Tech to fight misinformation on-line. It didn’t outline what “misinformation” it’s concentrating on, and even what “misinformation” is, however when you see something that appears suspicious, WHO needs you to report it straight away so social media platforms can flag it or take it down.1
Sound disturbing? Extra like a nightmare, however it’s one that’s, sadly, not a dream. As John Campbell, a retired nurse and instructor based mostly in England, mentioned within the video above, “It’s nearly as in the event that they need to have an affect over all elements of social media.”2 Sure, certainly, they usually’re fairly open about it too. WHO states that it’s “altering social media coverage and pointers,” and:3
“WHO works with social media coverage departments to make sure firm coverage and pointers for content material suppliers are match for objective. For instance, WHO labored with YouTube to reinforce their COVID-19 Misinformation Coverage and supply pointers for content material suppliers to make sure no medical misinformation associated to the virus proliferates on their platform.”
Practically 1 Million YouTube Movies Taken Down
Because of WHO’s “coverage updates,” 850,000 YouTube movies associated to “dangerous or deceptive COVID-19 misinformation” have been faraway from the platform from February 2020 to January 2021.4 As justification for its rampant censorship, WHO explains:5
“WHO and companions acknowledge that misinformation on-line has the potential to journey additional, quicker and generally deeper than the reality — on some social media platforms, falsehoods are 70% extra prone to get shared than correct information. To counter this, WHO has taken various actions with tech corporations to stay one step forward.”
Lest you see all sides of a problem and type an informed opinion of your personal, WHO intends to rigorously management the web so that you solely see what it deems because the “fact.” And it’s working intently, “on a weekly foundation,” in actual fact, with grasp manipulators in their very own proper, together with YouTube, Google, Fb and “a number of different companions corresponding to NewsGuard …”6
Ah sure, NewsGuard, one other self-appointed web watchdog that sells a browser plugin to charge web sites on 9 standards of credibility and transparency. NewsGuard obtained a lot of its startup funds from Publicis Groupe, an enormous international communications group with divisions that model imaging, design of digital enterprise platforms, media relations and well being care.
Publicis Groupe’s well being subsidiary, Publicis Well being, names Lilly, Abbot, Roche, Amgen, Genentech, Celgene, Gilead, Biogen, Astra Zeneca, Sanofi, Bayer and different Massive Pharma giants as purchasers. In reality, the PR agency that created and ran Purdue Pharma’s misleading advertising and marketing campaigns for the opioid Oxycontin is none aside from Publicis.
Originally of Might 2021, the Massachusetts legal professional normal filed a lawsuit7 in opposition to Publicis Well being, accusing the Publicis subsidiary of serving to Purdue create the misleading advertising and marketing supplies used to mislead medical doctors into prescribing OxyContin. We’re happening a rabbit gap, however you understand you’ll be able to inform loads about a company by who its pals are.
‘Shield Your self and Others’ — Report ‘Misinformation’
WHO can be enlisting the assistance of mainly anybody who will pay attention and fall for his or her blatant propaganda to report “misinformation” about COVID-19 and COVID-19 photographs that goes in opposition to its insurance policies. In accordance with WHO:8
“Social media platforms have … granted WHO entry to quick monitor reporting techniques, which permits us to flag misinformation on their platforms, dashing up the reporting and elimination of content material that breaks coverage. WHO additionally works with Member States such because the Authorities of the UK to boost consciousness of misinformation round COVID-19 and vaccines, and encourage people to report false or deceptive content material on-line.”
Conveniently, WHO has taken the guesswork out of learn how to report mentioned misinformation. They’ve devoted a webpage to reporting misinformation on-line, with direct hyperlinks to the next social media platforms, making it simple to snitch on those that go in opposition to the established order:9
WHO’s Transfer to Create a International Superpower
WHO gained’t cease at controlling the web. It’s additionally aiming to “save the world” from infectious illnesses, meals system failures and extra by making a globalist group with synchronized plans — and the potential for final management and energy.
This was revealed in October 2022, when WHO introduced a brand new initiative referred to as One Well being Joint Plan of Motion. The plan was launched by the Quadripartite which, along with WHO, consists of the:10
- Meals and Agriculture Group of the United Nations (FAO)
- United Nations Setting Programme (UNEP)
- World Organisation for Animal Well being (WOAH, based as OIE)
WHO already has an excessive amount of energy. This new initiative will solely give it extra. It’s vital to know that Invoice Gates is WHO’s No. 1 funder, contributing extra to WHO’s $4.84 billion biennial finances11 — by way of a number of avenues together with the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis in addition to GAVI, which was based by the Gates Basis in partnership with WHO, the World Financial institution and varied vaccine producers — than any member-state authorities. In brief, Invoice Gates is basically the proprietor of WHO.
Regulatory Companies Captured by Business
In 1992, the Prescription Drug Person Charge Act (PDUFA) was created, which permits the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration to gather charges from the drug business. “With the act, the FDA moved from a totally taxpayer-funded entity to 1 supplemented by business cash,” a BMJ article written by investigative journalist Maryanne Demasi explains.12
Now, vital parts of regulatory businesses’ budgets come from the pharmaceutical business that these businesses are supposed to control. In 1993, after PDUFA was handed, the FDA collected about $29 million in web PDUFA charges. This elevated 30-fold — to $884 million — by 2016.13
It’s additionally revealing, as famous by Campbell, that on the FDA, 9 out of 10 of its former commissioners between 2006 and 2019 went on to work for pharmaceutical corporations.14 But it surely’s not solely U.S. regulators who’re captured by business; an analogous development occurred in Europe. In 1995, business charges funded 20% of the European Medicines Company (EMA). This rose to 75% by 2010 and now, in 2022, it’s 89%. In accordance with Demasi:15
“In 2005 within the UK, the Home of Commons’ well being committee evaluated the affect of the drug business on well being coverage, together with the Medicines and Healthcare Merchandise Regulatory Company (MHRA).
The committee was involved that business funding could lead on the company to ‘lose sight of the necessity to shield and promote public well being above all else because it seeks to win charge revenue from the businesses.’ However practically twenty years on, little has modified, and business funding of drug regulators has change into the worldwide norm.”
How do regulators from completely different international locations evaluate? “Business cash permeates the globe’s main regulators,” Demasi wrote, demonstrated as follows:16
|Australia’s Therapeutic Items Administration — 96% of finances derived from business||Europe’s EMA — 89%|
|U.Ok.’s MHRA — 86%||Japan’s Prescription drugs and Medical Gadgets Company — 85%|
|U.S. FDA — 65%||Well being Canada — 50.5%|
“Are these the official our bodies that we need to adjudicate over what well being info we’re given, over which medication are good for us and which medication are dangerous for us?” Campbell mentioned. “Is that this actually who we need to make these choices, given the quantity of funding they’re receiving from, what some folks may think about to be, vested pursuits?”17
“We’re speaking about giant quantities of cash, which haven’t any affect on decision-making,” he says sarcastically. “And but these official businesses are going to resolve what well being info you and I are going to obtain.”18
Are We Dwelling Out an Orwellian Actuality?
Entry to info because it as soon as was has been basically modified. WHO and different world leaders at the moment are working collectively to silence info that doesn’t correspond with its widespread agenda. Even info that was as soon as reality, corresponding to definitions in dictionaries and on official authorities web sites, have been altered in actual time.
Examples of definitions which were modified embrace these for pandemic, herd immunity, vaccines and anti-vaxxer. Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson is amongst those that have defined that nearly every thing you see and listen to on-line has been coopted, or taken over to serve a higher agenda. Attkisson reiterates:19
“Just about each type of info and sourcing that may be coopted has been. That features the dictionary definitions, that features every thing as a result of these are vital methods to affect thought. Language could be very highly effective. Folks don’t need to be affiliated with sure names and labels.
It jogs my memory of 1984, the George Orwell story in regards to the futuristic society, beneath which historical past was being rewritten in actual time to jive with the model that the federal government wished or the social gathering wished it to be. Definitions now are being rewritten and altered in actual time to suit with the imaginative and prescient that the institution needs folks to assume.”
Campbell additionally quotes “1984,” which said, “It was anticipated that Newspeak would have lastly outdated Oldspeak (or Commonplace English, as we must always name it) by in regards to the 12 months 2050.”20 “Let’s hope it doesn’t get there earlier than that,” Campbell mentioned. “I type of like Oldspeak. It’s the one I used to be introduced up with.”
Orwell wrote, “The aim of Newspeak was not solely to offer a medium of expression for the world-view and psychological habits correct to the devotees of Ingsoc [the ruling party], however to make all different modes of thought unimaginable.”21
“The C vocabulary [a component of Newspeak] was supplementary to the others and consisted fully of scientific and technical phrases. These resembled the scientific phrases in use right this moment, and have been constructed from the identical roots, however the normal care was taken to outline them rigidly and strip them of undesirable meanings.”22
After which there are the three slogans, “Warfare is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is power,” that are contradictory but broadly accepted by the folks. It’s meals for thought, as WHO and different regulatory businesses change into more and more blatant of their censorship and suppression of freedom. “Make of that what you’ll,” Campbell says.