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CDC Caught Spreading Misinformation About The Flu Shot: Here Are The Details – Collective Evolution

Posted by M. C. Fox on December 6, 2018

Specifically, it wasn’t that vaccinated individuals were less likely to die, but that sick elderly people whose frail condition made them more likely to die during the coming flu season were less likely to get a flu shot.

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2018/12/05/cdc-caught-spreading-misinformation-about-the-flu-shot-here-are-the-details/

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IN BRIEF

  • The Facts:The CDC declares to the public that the flu vaccine greatly reduces the risk of elderly people dying of the flu as though it was a scientifically proven fact. Yet, the reality is that the CDC’s bold claim has been thoroughly discredited.
  • Reflect On:Why are we bombarded through mass marketing and media to support and get the flu shot every year, without no mention of all of the scientists and doctors that are creating awareness about why we shouldn’t. What is going on here?
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone aged six months and up, including pregnant women, get an annual influenza vaccine. The two fundamental assumptions underlying the CDC’s policy are that vaccination reduces transmission of the virus and reduces the risk of potentially deadly complications. Yet multiple reviews of the scientific literature have concluded that there is no good scientific evidence to support the CDC’s claims.Notwithstanding the science, to increase demand for the pharmaceutical companies’ influenza vaccine products, the CDC makes use of fear marketing, asserting as fact that tens of thousands of people die each year from the flu, even though the CDC’s numbers actually estimate that are controversial because they are based on dubious assumptions that appear to result in a great overestimation of the negative impact of influenza on societal health.

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Zuckerberg Mentor: We Can’t Leave It to Audiences to Decide What Is Fake News

Posted by M. C. Fox on June 13, 2018

Yeah but we are still a lot smarter than you, so we will will decide what is truth. After all, we know more about you than you do.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/06/12/zuckerberg-mentor-we-cant-leave-it-to-audiences-to-decide-what-is-fake-news/

by Amanda House

Technology investor and former mentor to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Roger McNamee says consumers should not be given the ability to decide what is fake news, arguing that “leaving it to the audience to make those picks is how we got here” during an event on free speech, “misinformation”, and the need for transparency.

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Facebook Partners with Globalist Atlantic Council to Interfere in Elections Around the World

Posted by M. C. Fox on May 18, 2018

This is the group that Facebook will rely on as it pokes its nose into elections around the world. What could possibly go wrong?

The right way, the wrong way, the army Facebook way.

The CIA Zuck knows what is truth and woe to those that disagree. And they know who disagrees.

http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/05/17/facebook-partners-with-globalist-atlantic-council-to-interfere-in-elections-around-the-world/

Allum Bokhari

Facebook has partnered with the Atlantic Council, whosemembers include arch-globalists like Henry Kissinger and Dina Powell, to “protect free and fair elections around the world.”

Facebook announced earlier today that the Atlantic Council will provide it with “real-time insights and updates on emerging threats and disinformation campaigns from around the world.”

In other words, Facebook will trust a globalist think-tank to distinguish “disinformation” from the spin and sloganeering that characterize virtually all democratic elections.

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