Social Media Censorship
Sometimes it almost looks as if the whole point of twitter was to control conversation at a mass level.
2021 November 30 Pierre Kory, MD MPA. @PierreKory What a trip - I was a panelist on a weekly FLCCC webinar where we discussed the crazy amount of censorship of science & scientists (by gov't, media, social media, and medical journals) since the onset of the pandemic and… it got censored. Shocker
Good 'ole USA…NOT
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2021 December 13’s episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, he interviewed Texas-based cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough. A video of the interview that was posted by the Dr. McCullough’s YouTube channel was censored from the platform.
Dr. McCullough, on Twitter, shared a link of the video on YouTube and predicted its censorship: “Alright, we’ll see how long this lasts up, great chat with @JoeRogan on health & C19 #PeterMcCulloughMD.
The video shared in the tweet was censored, as predicted, with a statement reading: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
2021 December Health Impact News
New Documentary on The PCR Test Deception is Banned on YouTube
Film producer Rai Gbrym reached out to me last week about a new documentary he had just produced that exposes the fraud of the PCR test.
He had just posted it on YouTube and it already had thousands of views. I immediately downloaded the video so that I could view it when I had some time.
When I went to watch it, it was already banned on YouTube, and no longer available.
After viewing it now, I can see why Big Tech doesn't want you to watch this, and why Google banned it on YouTube. If one can prove that the PCR Test used to detect COVID-19 is a fraud, then the entire “pandemic” is a fraud as well.
Rai does a very good job of exposing the fraud behind the PCR test, and he has excellent interviews with people like Dr. Stephan Lanka from Germany, and Dr. Malcolm Kendrick from the U.K.
We have featured the work of both these men over the years here at Health Impact News, as both of these men have been exposing the corruption in science and medicine for many years now, unlike the many doctors and scientists that have only recently begun to speak out against crimes in Big Pharma due to the COVID-19 scam.
Dr. Lanka made headlines in 2017 when he issued a challenge in Germany where he agreed to pay 100,000 euros to anyone who could prove that the measles “virus” actually existed.
Wanting to categorize him as a “quack” for not following the mainstream dogma, he had some people take him up on his challenge, but in the end, the German Federal Supreme Court confirmed that there was not enough evidence to prove the existence of the measles virus.
Dr. Malcolm Kendrick is the author of several books, including “The Great Cholesterol Con,” “A Statin Nation: Damaging Millions in a Brave Post-health World,” “Doctoring Data,” among others.
Rai Gbrym has done a wonderful job in this documentary, and he is offering it to the public for free, even though it was self-funded, so important does he consider this information.
Peter McCullough, MD - @P_McCulloughMD “Facebook confessed in court that their fact-checkers are just opinions, so their opinion tramples my expertise on C19?” Dec 15, 2021 https://twitter.com/P_McCulloughMD/status/1471166108266901507
2021 December 17 British Medical Journal criticizes Facebook over “inaccurate, incompetent and irresponsible” “fact-check” used to censor - Reclaim The Net by By Christina Maas The article covered “data integrity issues in Pfizer’s vaccine trial” and is being censored on Facebook.
The BMJ hired an investigative reporter to write the story, which was published on November 2. The article had been peer reviewed, legally reviewed, and subjected to The BMJ’s high editorial standards.
However, starting November 10, Facebook users started reporting problems when trying to share the article. Some said they were unable to share, others said their posts were flagged with a warning saying, “Missing context… Independent fact-checkers say this information could mislead people.” Others were warned about the consequences of repeatedly sharing “false information.”
The BMJ’s article was fact-checked by Lead Stories, a Facebook contractor. The BMJ described the fact-check performed by Lead Stories as “inaccurate, incompetent and irresponsible.”
The first paragraph inaccurately labels The BMJ a “news blog.” It contains a screenshot of the article with a stamp over it stating “Flaws Reviewed,” despite the Lead Stories article not identifying anything false or untrue in The BMJ article. It published the story on its website under a URL that contains the phrase “hoax-alert.” The BMJ contacted Lead Stories about the issue, but they allegedly refused to change their fact-check.
See also 'Independent' Fact Checkers
In 2012, Twitter collaborated with the Infectious Diseases Society of America Foundation to help develop the National Network for Immunization Information (NNii). The Twitter Pilot Project “aimed to develop tools to quickly identify, quantify, and track, in real time, conversations about vaccines and vaccine safety taking place on Twitter”. That information gathered was intended to allow NNii to “develop strategies that will counter some of the misinformation that has been circulating for years on the Web, but is now circulating through social media channels.”1) Pfizer, Gilead, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Janssen, and Atlantic Philanthropies were the sponsors of the IDSA Foundation that year.
On February 25, 2022, Discord announced that users and communities may not share information that go against the predominant narrative of the medical community. Users are not allowed to post “false or misleading information”. “We consider health information “false or misleading” if it directly and unequivocally contradicts the most recent consensus reached by the medical community.”