Two biggest clues of all have been dropped by the mainstream media to allude that the story they have been spinning may not be as accurate as they make out.
And these two biggest clues are literally in plain sight, and it’s only by sitting back and observing without an emotional attachment that these two biggest clues really stand out, and if one puts on their coaching hat when analyzing games, one can see them a mile away, with them being:
The language used by the mainstream from the get go, using words such as worry, stress and panic incessantly, which creates the same and instills fear into the populace.
And lately, the mainstream media turning dog and getting dirty on academics and people who are calling into question the “official narrative”
Hhmm, if the “official narrative” was no problem, then the mainstream media should welcome the scrutiny, for if they aren’t peddling an agenda, then there should be no problem with the narrative.
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Now bearing the above in mind, we should embark on “The Great Covid Challenge”
The way it would work is simply this, those who support the mainstream story have to show that the narrative is as bad as it is, but they aren’t allowed to use any of the mainstream reporting to do this.
And for those who don’t reckon that what is happening is as bad as it is, have to show, using the official figures, that the hype and hysteria being peddled, and the measures taken and implemented is over the top.
Oh wait, this side of the challenge has already been done, and is probably why the media is getting upset. It would just be interesting to see the other side of the challenge completed, but somehow I don’t think it will take place.
But just in case someone takes up the challenge from the mainstream side, one can start the narrative with four simple words:
Once Upon A Time …………………
Media Stories are like Soap Bubbles, mesmerizing to look at, though when touched and examined, they disintegrate and disappear