The Great Soup of Concerns
More Died Suddenly and Not a Movement Stuff
“Once you realize your government wants you dead, everything makes sense.”
Fuck it, I’m out:
You need a box score to keep the Substack tally on Malone Bad or Stew Bad or both.
Died Suddenly just passed 10m views.
May as well just leave this here.
In particular, I agree with the statements made by the embalmers and by Dr. James Thorp. I don’t agree with any of the conspiracy theories hinted at in the film. That is a much more complicated topic. In my opinion, the film would have been stronger if it had kept its focus on verifiable facts rather than unsubstantiated conspiracy theories.
My take on Midwestern Doc’s board:
I suspect that people who look to Google or the Trusted News Initiative to fact check Died Suddenly are not the people who are going to watch Died Suddenly.
The people who watch Died Suddenly probably already know people who have died or been injured, and have already realized that Google and TNI and (misnomer) MSM are lying.
So these people will be where a lot of us were a long time ago: sifting through lots of conflicting information.
Don, one of my readers, says:
Off topic slightly and I don't know if you'll see this, but a customer today struck up a conversation and asked if I had seen the Died Suddenly movie. (Haha, I never talk politics unless the homeowner brings it up first.) She didn't mention the bigfoot and alien stuff but went straight to the clots. It made a visceral impression on her. "I've seen people dropping over but I thought it was just because cameras are everywhere now. I had no clue these clots were causing it. They looked horrific, almost alien. Somebody needs to look into this."
She was triple vaxxed and worried about her own health. I directed her to the Frontline docs and told her that they had a vaxx damage protocol.
She told all her friends and family to watch it. So for all the talk about the inaccuracies and controlled op, it is having an effect and waking people up.
Why Can’t We all Just Get Along, the el gato Bhattacharya Years:
Paul Melzer, very sharp comment:
My impression is that Bhattacharya, like many other important voices, are not so much focused on the side effects of the vaccine, but more focused on the effects of the authoritarian lockdown and mandates. There's this great soup of concerns at play (vax side effects, mandates, censorship, wokeism, WEF, energy, climate hysteria, etc), and for them, that ingredient's not their focus. I am not in agreement with his suggesting "we've seen enough to know it's pretty safe," but I'll continue applauding most everything else he is speaking out on.
RE: Dr. Jay Stan or Dr. Malone Stan or Stew Stan or Kirsch Stan and the Great Soup of Concerns:
The great soup of concerns is one of the reasons that this is Not a Movement.
B/c everybody has their heroes and pet causes and everybody thinks everybody else should feel the same way.
And they don't.
And everybody makes a metric shit ton of excuses absolving their good guy. This goes for Trump, Malone, Stew Peters, and on and on, and Berenson and Alex Jones, and...
"but, but...he was against (blank!)"
Who Gets to Pick the Heroes Anyway?
Is Dr. Jay in the Not a Movement? I asked.
Is Martin in the club?
Kulldorff flipped after he got out of the Mob.
Turns out "the Science" takes a back seat to the tribal influences.
I don't find it all that difficult to accept that Church of the Vaccine dominates over the Science of the Vaccine once you realize that Dr. Jay Bhattacharya earned those credentials in the belly of the Indoctrination Beast, Stanford and Rand Corp.
The *Cullers (*note, this is Dark Conspiracy Theory and Kirsch said no bueno) need buy in down the chain. And that's where things get really dicey as you find out your Hero du Jour is not really following the science.
And then other Heroes are suing other Heroes of the Not a Movement.
Don’t get pissed at me! I’m not suing anybody.
I’m just holding up a mirror.
“ He’s a Good Dude” (i.e. I like him, and I will decide the parameters of the Not a Movement)
He (blank) may be a good man. Good men end up doing bad things when ice cubed into bureaucratic trays. That's a whole other discussion, but it is one that melts the brains of those who need comic book heroes and villains.
And most of the controversial posts are like this one: Good Man saying False stuff, and why? And it confirms my theory that the Not a Movement is largely not a movement b/c people select some "goodies" and ride or die.
The larger point is that people respond to personal Incentive Structures more than logic or morals or ethics.
Here is a good article on Barrington. https://wrenchinthegears.com/2020/10/13/technocrats-great-barrington-and-bermuda-grass-why-settle-for-reform-when-a-radical-solution-is-needed/ ------
Being ideological about lockdowns bad does not, or should not, limit the courage of one to look at a damn VAERS chart. Unless one is ideological about vaccines.
So basically this:
It’s Not a Movement.
You have some guys that you like and whether they are pushing the jabs (Dr. Jay, Trump) or pushing “misinformation” (Stew), doesn’t really matter.
What did you want to get done?
Did you want lots of facts and data and spreadsheets?
Spoiler: That shit has not been working. People don’t trust your data.
Did you want eyeballs? Stew gave you eyeballs.
No? Not like that.
It’s a personality contest, a charisma contest, and there’s just too much disagreement about fundamental issues to coalesce.
Think about it.
I had a reader back in July jump my shit for being too “staid” and using question marks about Novamax. “Calling me out.”
Today, he is back warning me to be cautious lest I offend gato and lose readers. 😅
This is my own crew! The most militant bunch in this space. ✊
Hey, at least I’m still here. Pushing content and keeping it real the best I can.
Y’all keep me updated with who is on the “Good” list so I can ::wink wink:: be cautious.
I will listen very carefully.