Propaganda by Foot Soldier?
Reality Show Politics Episode 4
"The richest people in the world look for and build networks, every else looks for work. Marinate on that for a minute." -Robert Kyosaki
The world is changing quickly, and so are the propaganda tactics. Is this one of them?
Wow. So reach. Much powerful. This is a champion tweet if I ever saw one. I admit that I have no idea what it takes to achieve a tweet with over 100k responses. That probably required several million impressions (and apparently 18,300 retweets).
If Ippokratis's life has been ruined by long covid, my heart goes out to him. I would also recommend that he get in touch with a doctor like Pierre Kory or Bruce Patterson who might be able to do something for him. Actually, somebody suggested that, but he hasn't responded.
I decided to look through Ippokratis's twitter account to see if he might be tweeting about any treatment he is receiving. I didn't find anything at all about current treatments, but I did find him pushing for financial and political support for a pharmaceutical product that may or may not work.
Ippokratis Account Logs
I didn't find anything. But that might just be because this is a recent account and he hasn't gotten around to that part. His Facebook account has been around much longer.
Oddly, I don't see him making the same kind of "my life is ruined" statements publicly on Facebook. But I do see a work history that began very shortly before the official beginning of the pandemic.
It ended just recently in late 2021.
Surgery is a demanding job. It doesn't surprise me to see a physically fit man performing it. Most of the surgeons I know are particularly fit people. But what I'm most impressed with is that his tweet says that he's 23, which means he landed a job as a surgeon at the age of 21. That's stunningly impressive. It's a little short of Doogie Howser impressive, but we can't all be as impressive as fictional characters on TV.
Judging by his Facebook profile, Dr. Angelidis entered the University of Thessaly School of Health Sciences Department of Medicine no later than the age of 12.
I thought maybe I'd find out a bit about Dr. Angelidis's story with a pre-2022 internet search. Surprisingly, he's one of the last thirty-seven-and-a-half twenty-somethings with a professional job to have no trace on the internet aside from a Facebook profile (here, here, and several more if you want to check yourself). But he seems like a man who eschews attention given that not one media outlet or blogger ever wrote up a profile of the Greek prodigy.
Check me on this, but my internet searches took an extra few seconds because, as I typed his name into search engines, none of the suggested autocompletes ever suggested his name up to the last letter.
Given the concise, powerful nature of his champion six-digit response tweet, I'm shocked not to see him writing online…ever.
Judging from the Greek god's Facebook, and his age, Dr. Angelidis was 10 or 11 at the time this photo was taken.
By the age of 11 or 12, he was partying hard, and planning more parties out into the future. Impressive for somebody managing unfathomably early entrance into university medical studies. Honestly, I'm starting to feel like a slouch, myself.
I guess it's no wonder he was enjoying champaign at the bay by the age of 12 or 13.
"Hey ladies, I'm 14 now…"
No wonder he fit in with university students 6 to 12 years older than himself. Bars probably stopped carding him when he was 11, which is like two full years too early in most of Europe.
Are We Supposed to Believe This?
Sure, so long as we're willing to retweet stories that confirm our biases from people we don't know (and never do the footwork to verify), then we're vulnerable to all sorts of manipulation. Too many people are behaving as uncritical receptacles of information. Even worse, they may be swayed to support violence. Even worse, we may see the day when that violence is backed by political authority.
For all I know, all the tweets are true. But…I would wager heavily against it. And then brag about finding somebody to take the other side of that bet. And probably post a video of me spending the winnings at a nice steakhouse.
It could be that Dr. Angelidis is not even involved in this twitter account, but since he left his job just a few months ago, I suspect it's him, or that he sold his identity to whoever is running the account, rapidly retweeting Eric Topol's nonsense, and articulate English-language tweets like this one (never in Greek, oddly):
Who Was Abhijeet Tavare?
Among Dr. Angelidis's tweets is another sad story.
Dr. Tavare looked like a fun guy with a sense of humor I can appreciate. The sorting hat sent him to the consulting world after medical school by way of ostrich.
But are we certain that Dr. Tavare did not kill himself after suffering a vaccine injury? Tavare worked at the demanding consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, but until when?
In a statement from Abhijeet's GP which was read to the inquest, it was revealed that the son, known as Abhi to friends, had contracted Covid- in September 2020, which he initially recovered from, only for symptoms of long Covid to emerge.
The inquest in Hertford was told that he reported he was suffering from palpitations, difficulty sleeping, extreme fatigue, as well as cognitive decline caused by brain fog. The latter meant he could no longer work for the international management consulting company and moved back home with his mother.
It's interesting how we do not hear this story from the family and aren't told his date of exit from a company that enacted vaccine mandates for its employees.
McKinsey also spent a great deal of its recent focus pushing vaccines at the world.
France Hired McKinsey to Help in the Pandemic. Then Came the Questions
Pushing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in 2019, interestingly, assessing "the challenge of mass vaccination"
Does that sound like a responsible statement regarding…what was still a medical experiment (and still is 16 months later)?
So, the story is that a doctor—who worked for the consulting firm most responsible for sending consultants around the world to push for an immediate experimental vaccine campaign—suffered from long COVID for 19 months, then killed himself. Yet neither his vaccine-pushing employer, nor the vaccine-pushing corporations and NGOs paying them big bucks, ever once used his story to sell vaccines?