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Coronavirus Propaganda: Reflections on an Episode of Mass Self-haunting

Coronavirus Propaganda: Reflections on an Episode of Mass Self-haunting

by Dr Colin Alexander | The selective and strategic overstating of certain issues and understating of others and use of fearmongering rhetoric by governments during the pandemic should be concerning to citizens. It indicates a degree of contempt for the public by officialdom and a disrespect for democratic processes.

allesaufdentisch.tv: Angie Reed & Nick Hudson

allesaufdentisch.tv: Angie Reed & Nick Hudson

The most notable feature of the Covid epidemic is the degree to which media propaganda has departed from the facts. Unprecedented and previously contra-indicated measures were tried and failed, yet persist nonetheless. As the goalposts have been constantly shifted, increasing numbers of citizens have woken up to the harsh reality of the political agenda behind the propaganda and the extent to which their governments and captured public health institutions have lied to them. Under cover of an exaggerated emergency, a new vision for our future is being implemented, without our consent.