Attacking fire engines while adding fuel to the fire

The fabricated coronavirus pandemic is multi-layered with lies, facts, manipulated statistics and a fundamental misunderstanding of viruses and their transmission. If you are terrified of “catching” COVID-19, listen to this conversation involving two people with extensive experience of viruses, bio-warfare and the military-industrial-security complex.

Coronavirus Roundtable With Dr. Buttar & Dr. Mikovits – How Your System Is Being Used Against You

One of the most valuable conversations from a medical/academic perspective and challenges all those complicit in this fake pandemic to speak out or accept that they are “following orders” to commit genocide on an unprecedented scale https://www.outersite.org/cold-blooded-mass-murder/

A useful analogy to understand what’s going on is referred to in this conversation. If you think of what’s killing people as the “fire” or even “fires” (there is likely more than one pathogen involved), our immune system is what protects us and is, in effect, the “fire engine” that puts out fires. Our (and “expert”) perceptions of viruses are leading us to believe that the fire engines, ie. our immune systems are the enemy and that is what many vaccines attack while adding more pathogens to the mix. The popular, widely accepted premise of how viruses spread, both within the medical field and among the general public, is what’s killing people, not the illusory pandemic.

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Co-creating a Shared Understanding of CoronaVirus

The coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic is characterised by competing theories premised on layers of disinformation and some truth. Individual experts and analysts are attempting to interpret information and put forward their own hypotheses with varying degrees of certainty. Ego plays a large part and some prognostications are hubristic in the extreme. Of course, many observers too latch on to their own particular preference, particularly as it supports their own world view or narrative.

Today, through the distributed, co-creative learning network that has grown over the last 8 years or so, a new slant on the fake pandemic emerged that is worthy of exploration but with everyone working in compartmentalised silos and motivated under their own set of incentives and penalties, this angle is unlikely to be explored quickly enough to be useful, unless there is a fundamental change in the way we do science (and every other form of academic research and analysis).

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Structural Incentives Govern Behaviour

While we are distracted by the daily newsround which provokes fear, outrage and division, we continue to feed the predatory organism by succumbing to the incentives integral to the system. In this video, James Corbett talks to Derrick Broze about how we can opt out of the predatory system.

Derrick Broze on Opting Out of Technocracy
We all know the existential threat that technocracy poses to the human species. So what’s the solution to this problem? Joining us today to discuss this issue is Derrick Broze of TheConsciousResistance.com who has just published How to Opt-Out of the Technocratic State, a guide that eschews fear porn and emphasizes solutions to the encroaching technocratic tyranny.

In the discussion, and no doubt in Derrick’s new book, are various suggestions as to how to “disconnect” from the system, among which are the use of alternative currencies and means of conducting economic relationships.

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Trapped

Contained within the third iteration of Critical Thinking’s analysis of political economy, published in January 2015, was the following image:

That was three years into our journey of discovery, since when the observations recorded in that iteration have been refined/sharpened and our understanding of the human condition has expanded.

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Gulag Academia

A study of the effect of hierarchy on academic freedom and our consequent perceptions of reality has been uploaded to archive.org and is available as a PDF here.

Abstract

Purpose: Exposing the deficiencies of institutional hierarchies in academia which limit the potential for human creativity and understanding.

Design/methodology/approach: This paper is the product of non-hierarchical, self-organised learning following the methodology of CoCreative Learning (see Section 9).

Findings: Academia’s institutional hierarchy perpetuates ignorance of the current political economy which functions as a mechanism to farm humans and harvest the wealth they create.

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Let go

Ken and I met at Occupy and got to know each other through Critical Thinking which started at the Bank of Ideas. Ken recently emailed this extract from Facebook and asked what I thought of this article and the video: Windows on the World INSIDE OCCUPY AND BANK OF IDEAS.

Confession: while I encountered resistance and hostility when sharing information on climate science at Occupy and had reservations about some of the “facilitation” and the obsession with consensus, I wasn’t sufficiently “aware” to realise Occupy was a PSYOP. In retrospect, it’s hard to refute Kelfin’s and Dom’s assertions. More importantly, Occupy has paved the way for another PSYOP, Extinction Rebellion (XR); was that Occupy’s purpose all along?

Not only has XR attracted similar followers; it uses the same Common Purpose, NLP, Delphi and mind control techniques. XR is “controlled opposition”. Not least because it’s not opposing (or rebelling against) anything! XR’s agenda is in lock-step with that of corporate greenwash and the new world order backed by every corrupt institution, including big oil. The “climate crisis” (from global warming) has been manufactured and has no basis in fact. The reality is that we’re entering a solar minimum which could herald another Little Ice Age.

Systemic Risk and Climate ChangeWhat if the claimed consensus is wrong?

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The power of co-creative learning

A couple of endorsements of Critical Thinking’s analysis from Twitter

What is paramount in co-creative learning is its collaborative nature, drawing and building on the work of many others. Critical Thinking’s conclusions are the culmination of millions of man hours, worked by hundreds of thousands of people, shared by thousands more and filtered through the Critical Thinking community to be re-shared via email, the website, conversations, books, articles, videos, podcasts and Twitter. Critical Thinking’s motto is:

Thus no individual or group can claim “ownership” of what Critical Thinking has produced – knowledge is one of the most important commons. Theft of the commons is one of the three fundamental flaws in the political economy.

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Beyond Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking at the Free University has just published the 7th and final iteration of its accumulated research and analysis of political economy, How we live – who rules, how and why?, which explains:

we are at a crossroads and faced with a choice; the choice will differ depending on where people are on their personal journey of discovery. Many have yet to reach the limits of critical thinking in exploring political economy to realise that there lies a world of possibilities beyond;

– events are coming to a head; dramatic changes to the fabric of global society are accelerating. The “powers that shouldn’t be” are preparing for the Cull.

How we live – Who rules, how and why? at archive.org

Below is the Abstract of the final iteration:

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