“Follow the money” is not an old axiom. It was not even invented by especially wise people, but it does seem to carry much truth.
“Follow the money” is a catchphrase popularized by the 1976 docudrama film All the President’s Men, which suggests political corruption can be brought to light by examining money transfers between parties. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Follow_the_money)
So, consider artaxes’ post carefully. Do we want people making so much money off of us to have so much control over the information we receive? Are the people running these Big Tech companies still getting rich by serving us, or are they getting rich dishonestly?
By now there are many peer reviewed studies, showing the efficacy of treatments with ivermectin, hydroxychloraquin and other substances.
There is no solid empirical evidence that lockdowns and masks do more good than harm. Yet, those idiots advocating for such measures completely ignore their very severe negative side effects. They pretend that there are no such side effects or that it’s still worth having those measures imposed on all of us. The few studies that have been done could not show that masks or lockdowns have any substantial, positive effects.
From the beginning it was clear that the “vaccines” could not be the sole solution or even the main part of the solution for the problem.
The “vaccines” would not be effective enough and therefore too many viruses would escape. Vaccinating too many people, let alone all people would put too much pressure on the virus, resulting in escape mutants…
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