Such an Easy Test of Veracity
Chaos Agents, Part 12
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Articles about the military health database (DMED) can be found here.
Update: FOIAs filed a few days ago:
I still think the test of veracity was a strong one. We got to see who was willing to make an argument that there was no value to this information before seeking it. That certainly helped me out, and helped me better understand what has felt like a brutal and ugly gas lighting campaign aimed at me. It’s interesting to see how others are responding. Gas lighting works primarily because 95% of people around it don’t have the energy or perceptual capability to recognize it and call it out.
I'm a big fan of tests of veracity. A person can jump through easy hoops all day—and the world is full of actors, more or less—but some obstacles cannot be cleared without a commitment to a value or principle. These test for veracity.
But you can still test people on their commitment to principle. It should be an extremely low bar to want to file a FOIA. Most of the FOIAs filed during the pandemic have revealed valuable information. It would stand to reason that a FOIA filed about the military health database that was part of the CDC's Vaccine Safety Technical (VaST) work group (and suffered an untimely glitch) would have a decent chance of returning positive value per time spent. As I've suggested the idea to people for over nearly a year, I believe every single person I talked with felt that way—until Steve Kirsch just the other day. I'm not sure when he changed his mind—he seemed strongly in favor in June of last year (below).
As last year progressed and I'd been told about ten times over by people like Thomas Renz and Steve Kirsch that they would file FOIAs (or connect me with attorneys who would) to see if we could determine who (possibly at Unissant) might have manipulated military health data and why, I was mostly buried in all other aspects of that work and other projects. The labor shortage has been more on the analytical side than anywhere during the pandemic.
At some point, a few weeks later—and after a few more conversations with lawyers who told me what I wanted to hear in more and more obtuse ways—it dawned on me that the FOIAs were not simply being ignored by incompetent attorneys, but that there was likely an organized agreement not to file them. Of course, Steve and others suggest this not to be the case.
But others around them have confided to me that there was in fact a communicated agreement to ignore my findings. I was passed a message that this was in fact an intelligence decision, though I was not told which intelligence branch(es) could make that decision within the MFM. Understand that I believe my source to have tapped the right information channel, but they were not in a position to ask for greater clarity.
I should have shared that tidbit before now, but perhaps I wanted to be sure myself that I could gather enough information, independently, to feel a high degree of certainty about this statement: varying federal, military, and corporate intelligence groups are running essentially all aspects of both sides of the Medical Freedom Debate (MFD).
I do not have smoking gun evidence for that claim. But I have attended or been invited to meetings that overtly included members of several intelligence communities, and members of Steve Kirsch's vaccine steering committee have been extended a subset of those invitations. There are plenty of people who can verify some data points on this graph, and I plan to have some of them on the RTE podcast this year.
I'd hoped to gather as much intel as I could about which members of the Medical Freedom Movement (MFM) might have relationships with which agencies. Unfortunately, that's not easy information to come by, though I've made a bit of progress in a couple of cases. Certainly not enough to make grand overarching conclusions. Tomorrow I'll discuss a theory of competing intelligence interests with Mark Kulacz (the guy who broke Hillary's email server story). Some facts and motivations do seem to fall into place.
A Simple Test of Veracity
Hope your MFM Champion is the upstanding citizen you'd want as a leader, and will guide you through the coming madness?
Why hope when you can test them?
Ask any MFM leader to file the DMED FOIAs to see if there is any valuable information about the manipulation of the military health databases, such as by Unissant. The cost (of having a lawyer do the work) to anyone with a popular substack or other medium is trivial.
Yes, I could stop what I'm doing (finishing up a "zero efficacy analysis now"...the world needs to see that more than it needs me to craft legal docs) and file it. But that project has become a far better litmus test as to whether MFM leadership means anything at all outside of social control.
My favored hypothesis is that the larger portion of the MFM leadership is controlled/compromised in one way or another.
Nearly everyone I've talked to for months expresses total shock that members of the MFM wouldn't want to file the FOIA, so the act would surely be status building and I would think self-funding as well. Here is one of the scientists who gave a several-hour review to my DMED work, and was baffled for months afterward that nobody was taking action.
Somebody like Steve could make it happen with a 5 second dictum to an assistant and likely gain enough subscribers to pay for it several times over. That is to say that it seems clear that Steve does not want that FOIA filed for some reason.
Test an MFM leader. Send them this article. See if they'll file the FOIA. Test my hypothesis that an "order" from an intelligence source that governs at least a large portion of the group is standing in the way of that action.
Referring to ingroup critique in the MFM as a "circular firing squad" is rhetorical, and a bad argument.
But understand also that it's deeply offensive. We have seen a number of murders, and weirdly the theater is for everyone to pretend they aren't happening (which is one of the reasons I don't trust much of the MFM leadership).
Be a little more sensitive to a reality that is different from the cartoon you might have in your head if you have never met any of the people you choose as leaders in person.
Why are you picking on me Mathew. I have not filed a single freedom of information act request myself. Other people have. There is nothing to stop anyone from filing A freedom of information act request. There are hundreds of people in the anti-VAX movement. Why are you picking on me? Why aren’t you pointing out that anyone else in the anti-VAX movement could’ve done it as well? I don’t have a resource who specializes in freedom of information act request that can do my bidding. It’s a very special skill. Otherwise you risk getting nothing. Aaron, Siri could file such a request. But he doesn’t work for me. Why don’t you pick on Del Bigtree and ask him that question?