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‘COVID Scare’ Is The Same Screenplay They’ve Been Used For Years, Brace Yourselves For What’s Next

"Those who believe this psyop are most likely vulnerable to the next items on the agenda..."

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The same screenplay: again and again!

Let’s have a look at the features and outcomes of the “Covid scare” and what it shares in common with the “Red” and the “Muslim” scare. The following list contains ten characteristics that these perceived threats share.

1. Fear-based and globally directed
2. Media saturation with a bias toward fear
3. Data manipulation
4. Censorship of opposing views
5. Preceded by exercises mimicking the threat
6. Series of claims made that are later proven wrong
7. Response threatens democracy
8. Significant increase in wealth and power for a few; increase in social inequality
9. Increased government control of the public and reduced individual freedoms
10. Response kills far more than the original threat

It will take decades to treat the anxiety over the intangible and invisible enemy. Those who believe this psyop are most likely vulnerable to the next items on the agenda, too: cancel culture and climate change.

Cheers,
Dr. Simon 

This piece was written by Simon Goddek on August 1, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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