Chaos Agents, Part 4
Speaking of 300% and upticks, I’m reminded again of the technique used to make people believe a video started a riot that ended with Libyans killing a US Ambassador.
The initiating statement was “As we work to secure our personnel and facilities, we have confirmed that one of our State Department officers was killed. We are heartbroken by this terrible loss,” Clinton’s press release said. “Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet."
From there, all Hillary Clinton and the rest of the team had to do for a few days was keep repeating that 1. a Video was made, and 2. Americans were killed. Hold up two things together very closely and let people's minds jump the gap to reach your desired conclusion, and you don't have to lie about why your friend Chris died.
Four guys died in Benghazi, at least two of them were CIA? and I still don't know if this was about arms transhipments to Syria to fight Russia there. What difference, at this point, does it make?
God bless you and keep you, Mathew.
The data analysis referenced in the article linked below leads to two critical conclusions about vaccines:
1. Live attenuated vaccines appear to offer more benefit than harm but ultimately deattenuate leading to an outbreak of the disease you are trying to prevent.
2. All other vaccine types appear to cause more harms than benefits.
Seriously, Mathew, why are you spending time on this?
I have no patience for Malone's criticism of Stew Peters. He got the job done while Malone made pretty films with pretty horsies and traveled the world to have important meetings about important stuff.
Are the clots real?
What are you doing about it, Doc, besides criticizing Stew Peters?
Normal blood clots respond to anti-coagulation therapy. These clots do not. How do we help these people? How can we save them? If Peters wasn't the right guy with the proper papers and CV to address the clots, why didn't Malone do something? Why didn't any of them?
While I do not agree with Christine Massey's interpretation of the outcome from her own FOIA requests, I did read some of the email messages she's posted that Kirsch clearly mischaracterized and did not post. From reading some of those conversations "behind the scenes" regarding some of the dissonance occurring within the Medical Freedom Movement(s), I've come to conclude that I no longer trust Steve Kirsch. I stopped my paid subscription to his Substack, and I've stopped going to it. I trust my intuition and my heart in the matter, and it's been a matter of connecting dots among various responses I've had when reading his posts, his comments, and his interactions with people both "big" and "little."
Mathew, I know you are a diplomatic sort of person —at least, that is my impression of how you come across. I also know you are a fighter —also an impression, but one that comes across loudly. It is a healthy combination, because when both are united with wisdom, a person progresses in their training and their life experiences towards being guardians of those whom they love. I think that's something coming across plainly in your own advice to work outwards from one's self in building community, trust, and profitable exchange. So, I can tell that you are being diplomatic while also saying things plainly, encouraging your readers to make their own conclusions about who among the larger and more extended movement-families is worth continuing to listen to, give respect/time towards, and contribute their energy/resources. Being a virtual nobody, I am not ashamed to say I have lost faith in someone whom I once supported and listened to. I understand others do suffer repercussions for their stances, as you suggest when commenting on the zealous who've not yet figured out the con game among the "con gang."
I'm very much into a lot of fringe and bizarre and outlandish, absurdist things, and that openness allows me opportunities to listen to authentic believers, outrageous scammers, misunderstood renegades, wonky beggars —all kinds of folks are worth listening to and conversing with. So it's not out of a desire for a normal and ordinary resistance that I'll say you're right to be suspicious and concerned with Died Suddenly. It's out of experience in seeing through the veil and smoke, in knowing all too well how distrust of the mainstream, the governments (deep or surface), the conventional leads us to embracing hopes and nightmares peddled by people whose hearts and intentions stay shielded. guarded and occluded.
A rich source in the sordid hidtory of vaccination is "Dissolving Illusions," by Suzanne Humphries, M.D., and Roman Bystrianyk. A good read.
Stew seems to fit the Trump-archetype. He throws a little bit of truth out mixed in with a whole lot of garbage that is either a) serving no purpose whatsoever, b) serving his own ego, c) serving his master(s) or d) both b and c. This man is not a servant of truth as far as I can tell.
My feeling is that he is primarily serving his master(s). Moreover, I believe that his master(s) tie in with the globalists at some level and there is one thing the globalists seem incredibly anxious to get on with - that is, the devolution of the US into violence. It's easy to see that is what they want now to take their reset to the next stage. BUT! It can't be just any violence. After all, they might have gotten that if they had continued to push vaccine mandates and passports. No, they need violence they can readily take advantage of in order to maintain control. So, they divide and conquer, splitting off groups that they feel they can turn enough people against and then fan the flames as if their lives depended on it. Well, their lives do depend on it. If they can't get this fire to a roar soon the truth will find its way into the hearts and minds of too many of us. So, all that to say, I believe the purpose of Stew Peters is to damage the MFM and create a splinter group of pissed off people that just might get violent in a way that benefits the globalists. They hope to get a two-fer with him, or maybe you could say a Stew-fer.
As for Steve, I'm not sure what to think. His latest post seems to indicate he's given up on trying to directly influence key decision-makers with hard evidence and logic, which was his ostensible strategy ever since he showed up. Now he's turning to direct public outreach, possibly influenced by the "success" of Died Suddenly. (I was about to abbreviate it "DS" but then... seems those initials are already claimed!)
If so, expect his messaging to become more exaggerated and inflammatory. Because that's how public outreach is done, everybody agrees. The general public is presumptively stupid and complacent on average, and one must aim for the center of mass.
We can ask two kinds of questions about that strategy: is it moral? is it effective? I'm certainly open to reasoning which would tie these two axes, but I don't grant that such a relationship is obvious.
As someone who used Pink Floyd extensively in my own stage performance, I can tell you from speaking to their lawyers that they do not grant rights to anyone for anything.
Stellar work, very important work, going to have to read one or two more times. I appreciate this in depth deep style of writing. Stars and beers for you.
"II will take this moment to point out that part of the broader discussion is about "splitting the Medical Freedom community".
You may need another chapter in your book.. Andrew Huff claimed he suing FBI for harassment using Thonas Renz as his "whistleblower" attorney... small world, eh?
While I appreciate a more nuanced and entirely accurate rendition of vax events, I did like "Died Suddenly." It might be like throwing paint against the wall, but something will stick, and it's a thick wall. I have a few contacts in the other echo chamber. According to one representative person the vaccine worked because the people who got the vaccine didn't get covid, only people who did not get the vaccine. Not getting covid is the big deal--hard to imagine really when there are mountains of other issues but that's the way that echo chamber thinks. I got covid and wasn't vaccinated and so that is proof I'm wrong. Thick wall and thick skulls to penetrate even a little bit. The pro-vaccinated world is filled with people who are literally terrified of the chicken pox and the common cold. Died suddenly makes the point that you can get bad, very bad clots from the vaccines, and that is actually worse than covid.
I think your point about small groups figuring out how to communicate with high trust / high fidelity information flows is key. Everyone is spooked that everyone else are spooks. Malone probably is associated with the CIA. So maybe that's not the point (ad hominem isn't always missing the point, in fact walking that line is what makes it tempting).
The focus has to be what we are building, a positive story. What do you think about what jordan peterson is doing with ARC? https://www.arcforum.com/about/
I'm working on what I can, in the Colombian Andes. When I have time documenting what I can (solutions focused, Regenerative Agriculture Framework: https://peakd.com/hive-122315/@ecoinstant/the-real-solutions
Surely bitcoin and downstream crypto tech gives hope to a decentralized future of builders.
The geometry of the solution to the hegelian dialectic exists in this space, of decentralized units each trying to build a better world for everyone and communicate their progress in an open way.
Stirring the pot here: why not go on the carnival barker's show (or the Ruby side show) and lay out your DMED evidence for their audience? It might give the story the legs it needs.
Yes, because he gets PAID every time someone plays Pink Floyd, and it never gets associated with anything but itself
One more thing: I scrubbed through that icky music video you linked, and while it's telling a coherent dystopian sci-fi story visually, it's clearly a musical pastiche or montage. My guess is it's a "megamix" of the bands songs. Pop songs just aren't 15 minutes long, and the styles and instrumentation and vocalists keep changing throughout.
Talk about incitement language...wow...Stew and Karen Kingston