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“It neither kills outright nor inflicts apparent physical harm, yet the extent of its destructive toll is already greater than that of any war, plague, famine, or natural calamity on record - and its potential damage to the quality of human life and the fabric of civilized society is beyond calculation. For that reason this sickness of the soul might well be called the 'Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse.' Its more conventional name, of course, is dehumanization.” -Ashley Montagu, The Dehumanization Of Man
After last night's article, I decided that one of the better campfire.wiki projects to move forward with would be to document the attacks on doctors and scientists that those of us paying attention have witnessed. A comprehensive summary of those attacks might prove valuable in helping many people understand the dangers of the trajectory that we are on, not to mention shake them loose of the false notion that our political establishment is dedicated to good science and medicine. One way or another, Moloch dies, but the fight is in protecting as many people as possible, and that means educating them. That's where I need your help.
The primary goal of campfire.wiki is for us to pool resources. I personally have a four-digit number of pages of research documented, but it will take time to push that into the wiki, and many of you have done your own research, with stories that I haven't heard about, yet. Today, I began documenting attacks on doctors and scientists. Take a look—it's not far down the page, which has barely begun.
You can help in one of two ways:
In the comment section, share documentation of attacks on doctors, scientists, medical academics, or anyone else not falling in lockstep with the narrative.
Join Operation Uplift to help document in the wiki. If you've never contributed to the wiki, don't worry: there are over a hundred members of Operation Uplift, and several dozen of them can guide you to getting started.
Citation in the wiki will eventually be standardized, but don't worry about that, yet. The perfect is the enemy of the good, sometimes. Let's get this ball rolling, and then share it with the world.
A second step in the process will be making sure that each and every doctor, scientist, or anyone else attacked has their own campfire.wiki page. That too is a long process, but the first steps have already been taken for pages like Dr. Peter McCullough's.
Thank you in advance. And thank you to all the members of Operation Uplift who are starting to make great strides in making a difference, with a lot of impactful projects on the near horizon.