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How we can win this
We have to get just three things right. We need to decide who we are trying to persuade, who the best messenger(s) are, and what message(s) will resonate.
I’m over a year into this journey of trying to expose the “safe and effective” narrative and here are the key learnings:
People only trust their doctors for medical advice
Doctors trust the FDA, CDC, Fauci, and the summaries on papers published in the peer-reviewed literature. They have no time to look at studies directly. They trust the government and the abstracts.
The mainstream media only trusts Fauci, the CDC, FDA, medical journal articles that support the narrative, and doctors who support the narrative
Members of Congress trust Fauci, the FDA, CDC, doctors, and the mainstream media
The CDC, FDA, and NIH take their marching orders from the White House. Their job is to achieve the vaccination goal, not to protect the public.
If you work at the CDC, FDA, NIH and speak out, you’ll be fired.
Doctors who realize what is going on and try to speak out risk losing their license to practice medicine, their hospital privileges, and their job.
Hospital CEOs will not speak out because they will be fired or their hospital will be punished (by the community, local press, and by the US government).
See the problem? It’s a Catch-22. Nobody who is trusted to speak out will speak out because they’ll lose their livelihood. So only a few people risk it and those people can be marginalized.
To persuade people, you have to get three things right
Who are you trying to convince?
Who are the best messengers?
What are the most compelling messages? (messenger dependent)
Regular people like me who were pro-vax who were later red-pilled can relate how they got red-pilled.
Retired doctors can talk about what the science says and what is currently happening in hospitals and what doctors who are in active practice say privately to them.
One way to find the best answer
Rather than guess what would work best, one approach to finding what works is to talk to people who were recently red-pilled. What convinced them?
Was it a death or injury to themselves or a family member? Advice from a medical professional they trusted? Something they watched? Something they read? A story they heard that they believed?
Certainly, if most people were only convinced after multiple deaths or injuries in their own household, this would be a long and winding road.
Hopefully, we can find messages and messengers that are very effective.
Doctors are effective messengers
Over and over we hear people say, “thanks for sharing all that information, but I will do what my doctor says.”
We also have confirmation from the medical institutions who are going to extraordinary lengths to keep doctors from talking. Why would they do that? Easy. They know doctors speaking out is the biggest risk for them. The ship has to be airtight or it sinks.
For example, one of the nation’s top medical institutions muzzled one of their top doctors forbidding him to say anything on COVID. But that’s not all. There is a confidentiality provision as well. So they don’t want the public to know that the institution is censoring the truth. They are afraid of the doctor speaking the truth and they are afraid of them being called out for censorship of the truth. In short, they are confirming that they fear our strategy.
And then we have articles like this one where five doctors admit it was the vaccine, but they will only do so privately. This is key. The reasons they silence the doctors is because they know if they don’t, they will be exposed. Consider this statement from that article:
The body overseeing Australia’s 800,000 registered practitioners and 193,800 students last year warned that anyone who sought to “undermine” the national Covid vaccine rollout could face deregistration or even prosecution.
This is precisely why the doctors don’t speak out. They have those rules in place for a reason: they know if doctors speak out, it’s all over.
The right audience is the “persuadable middle” public
We aren’t going to convince the institutions: they are compromised.
We aren’t going to convince members of Congress since they will only respond to what their constituents believe.
So the right audience is the public. But not just anyone. We can only persuade those who can be persuaded: those “middle third” who are not permanently stuck on the mainstream narrative.
So we aren’t trying to persuade the hardliners. We are trying to persuade those who still have some critical thinking abilities.
One way to win this: create doubt
One approach is to create doubt in people’s minds that their doctors always give them good advice, e.g., exposing the doctors as sheep who go along with whatever the herd does, even if there is no science there.
This isn’t an evil agenda. It is showing people that a lot of the advice they are getting from doctors is harmful to their health, e.g., advice to be vaccinated from a vaccine without solid risk-benefit data.
For example, if we can get people to ask their doctor to show them data that the vaccines are both safe, needed, and effective for kids, and the doctors can’t respond, it creates doubt. Or we show them the Paul Offit video where he admits he would have voted “hell no” on the COVID vaccines for kids.
Our job is made easier by the fact that a safer option exists: early treatment.
So if we can just convince people that getting infected is no big deal if you treat the virus with repurposed drugs and then convince them that the vaccine carries much higher risk than they were led to believe, that’s a good start.
Eventually, after people will learn that they were asked to take a very dangerous drug by doctors who never did their homework, people will think twice about ever trusting ANY doctor on anything until the system is reformed.
This is good. It is the only way to force badly needed reforms. Once the system is reformed, then people could start to trust their doctors again.
Why are doctors remaining silent?
Fear of losing job, hospital privileges, medical license
Self-censorship (fear of being branded killers by fueling hesitancy)
Because they were forced to by their institution (confidential censorship agreements)
They're still genuinely deluded into thinking that the vaccines are safe because that’s what the Phase 3 trials said, so they consider their experiences are simply anecdotes/statistical flukes and that the cause of these strange events is something else, e.g., damage from COVID, lockdowns, drug use, dehydration, sudden adult death syndrome, etc.
Ways for doctors to persuade people
There are many doctors who have “retired” or been fired for speaking out. Those people now cannot be retaliated against. Many of them would love to speak out.
There are also doctors who are practicing and who realize what is going on who will speak “on camera” about what is really going on, but only under cover of anonymity (voice changed and face concealed). Those are also valuable stories, but may be less compelling.
We can create video and print versions of the stories and change them often.
Each doctor tells their unique story
Each story could end with: if you are a doctor and want to tell your story, contact us at… This gives us a fresh flow of stories.
Each story can end with a simple call to action such as “ask your doctor to explain to you why, if the vaccines are so safe, that…”
… orders for children’s caskets skyrocketed by 400% after the vaccines became available for children.
… only 1.3% of children under 5 have been vaccinated with the COVID vaccines.
… Paul Offit admitted he would have voted “hell no” if that was one of the options.
and so on.
We can use the list from my narrative falling apart. Each doctor can end their story with a different item from that list.
And each story can link to my article which documents how the false narrative is falling apart. There are over 50 verifiable arguments that people are being misled. All we have to do is win on just one of the arguments to create doubt. This helps people to believe the doctor’s story they just heard.
The goal is for each doctor’s story to create a different seed of doubt in each person’s mind.
Collectively, 30 doctors can plant at least 30 different seeds of doubt in people’s minds. All based on verifiable facts.
A simple idea that pulls these concepts together
Watch this video (it will be hard to watch I know… it’s full of misinformation):
That video got 6M views.
We create the mirror image of this video, using REAL doctors to make all the points, e.g., a total of 10 key points, using 10 different doctors (one doctor per point) and 5 minute video total.
It's short, informative, entertaining and we get our full network to promote it.
People who changed their pill color can be effective messengers
People who went from blue to red can simply relate what caused them to change their minds. These stories may be quite compelling.
The vaccine injured can be effective messengers
The vaccine injured are a special case of blue —> red pill. These are people whose injury red pilled them. Some of these stories can be very compelling.
Only about 40% of people will for sure get more vaccines today.
If we can persuade the people in the middle to refuse future vaccines, we can mitigate the damage from a badly flawed public policy.
The key to doing that is to focus on persuading those in the middle using a few key messenger classes and letting each messenger tell their own personal story on why they changed their mind about vaccine safety and why they no longer trust the CDC.