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J.J. Couey is on fire, lately. After a great deal of work, including the refining of important analogies to help others understand the message, more people are thinking through his observations about infectious clones, gain-of-function research, and biowarfare. This conversation between J.J. and Dr. Paul Alexander was a thoughtful exchange.
A short time later, J.J. addressed a crowd on Clubhouse, and I could tell by the way people spoke and asked questions that they are thinking the ideas through, and if nothing else advancing to questions that seem closer to the core of his primary points.
What is most clear is that (1) what authorities told everyone during the pandemic was often total nonsense, (2) there is still a great deal of confusion, and (3) there are still unanswered questions for all of us. Though the topics are numerous, and complex, J.J. is one of the people thinking through one of the important corners of it all on a daily basis. He has constantly re-evaluated ideas after repeatedly working through them, and listening to others. As such, his presentations of the ideas has grown to the point that a larger and larger audience can follow him. I have enjoyed watching him refine the conversation.
I watched the wonderful videos and was delighted that Dr. Alexander tantalized us with an allusion to "infectious clones" in one of his articles.
Indeed, the rarefied messages of "infectious clones, gain-of-function research, and biowarfare" must critically be disseminated in a comprehensible manner that we can all understand the concepts.. Isn't that what Mark, from Housatonic Live, so compellingly enunciated? Otherwise, what is the point?
What is fascinating is that many people are reaching the same conclusions as JJ, but via different thought processes. The no-virus camp of course, but also people like James Delingpole who see the fear narrative as the lever that will keep us flattened unless we reject it outright. Great post, Mathew