On the Project Veritas story of late: look for the 'tells'
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Wow. This Project Veritas (PV) story has certainly reached the top of the consumption levels - in just about everyone I know. One MUST talk about it in some way.
Which is its brilliance and its potential danger. For better or for worse, well done Project Veritas. Well done.
Before I start, here are 2 vital questions to ask all in the context of all things ‘media’ (not just COVID and not just PV):
Who is the audience?
What is the direct effect on that audience of what is being said or done?
The audience in this particular case is literally, everyone. This COVID debacle has touched, and continues to touch, every single human being. So the audience is broad. The direct effect on everyone is positioning, it seems. People, from my assessment, have either decided that PV have revealed a ‘bombshell’ (that we all have known about and been talking about for 2 years, ahem), or that it’s a distraction away from other important things like, that the entire scandal is operated by military entities on the U.S., for example. So from my initial assessment, this might well be an attempt at a distraction via positioning or divisioning, but I think it will backfire, if this is case.
Sasha Latypova wrote up her take on this latest PV story here, and I agree with her that this story might be ultimately be a distraction, but at the same time, it does need careful consideration. And even if the entire incident was designed to plant information to PV, as I said, I think it’ll backfire. I firmly believe that talking about stuff makes things less scary - even governments weaponizing vaccines can be made un-scary. And again, for better or for worse, the conversation about all sorts of things mentioned in this latest video: from where this SARS-CoV-2 thing came from, to what they might do with it and other viruses/proteins/mRNA in the future - is being talked about now by a whole lot of people. And that’s a good thing. The vice of censorship is open discussion and the vice of propaganda is truth.
The thing about humans is that we often don’t want to know the truth because the truth can hurt, and no one wants to hurt. But here’s something that I am learning myself: beyond the hurt is healing and virtue. Truth is simply a path - it’s the shortest path between you and well, you. And I firmly believe that talking (communicating) is the way to truth. It might be the only way to truth.
I think Sasha’s point about ‘not falling for it’ is an important one and if I may, let me replace the word ‘it’ with ‘fear-tactics’. This is good advice no matter what the the story is. If you do not examine things that make you uncomfortable, you run the risk of living in fear and might perpetually alienate yourself from yourself. Not to get too philosophical (although I am not sure it’s not the only thing to do now), but I believe that this life enables a discovery of oneself. Achievement and maintenance of this discovery, might actually be enlightenment. I am not sure yet, but it seems to me to be the case. What I am sure of is that this PV story is a fanstastic opportunity for truth-letting.
Clearly the man in the video is not cogent enough to be speaking on subject matter related to serial passage of viruses, for example. He certainly shouldn’t be doing so to someone outside of his work-place, even if that someone was an ex-Pfizer employee. I think Pfizer probably have stacks of Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA) that legally de-permit employees from talking about the natures of their jobs to the public, and outside of the workplace at all. And this man certainly should not be disclosing aspects of this work in bar/restaurant, presumably to a newly-made mate, while intoxicated.
By the way, I know this is the modus operans of PV and personally, I love this technique. It makes me laugh almost every time I watch an episode because it merely sets the stage to allow the chosen individual to do and to say what they would ‘normally’ choose to do and to say themselves, if there wasn’t a camera on them. Sure, they might be ‘enticed’, but it’s still simple truth revelations. It’s genius. Like your momma used to say, always behave in a way that would make your momma happy and proud of you, if she was watching/listening. Seems this person, despite his title, either forgot to assume that someone was filming him, or, he knew that someone was filming him. Either way, open up that conversation and ask those 2 questions above.
The man in the PV video carries the title: Pfizer Director of Research and Development - Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning. My perception is that, it’s not what he is saying in the video that is one of the ‘tells’, but how he’s saying it. He says things in a way that reveals (to me, at least), that his role in his impressively-titled position, is limited. Here’s another thought point, this man might not even know that he is a patsy for Pfizer, if he is. He might be very proud of his title and the enormous amounts of money he must be making as young-king-mRNA-on-planet-Earth, having never thought for a moment that he was being taken advantage of. Perhaps he was too distracted by his golden eggs? It happens.
So, in a perfect societal set-up where his role is not limited to being a front man or a patsy, this man would know a whole lot about modified mRNA, methodologies like attenuation of viruses via serial passage, natural recombination in secondary hosts and classic DNA recombination laboratory-based techniques, and this is simply based on what he, himself, mentions in this video. He would be so well-versed in these subject matters that it would enable him to be the guy that explains all this lab stuff to bureaucrats and ‘executives’. In my opinion, by the way, the only way to be this level of well-versed in these kinds of lab techniques, etc. is to have done them first-hand. Experience is always the best teacher. We would all hope that someone who holds a title like his knows their stuff, right? Does he seem like he does? To me, he does not.
On that note, I think that it is likely that this man does hold this title, regardless of whether or not he was a plant, a patsy or completely authentic. Many people (Jikkyleaks, for one) have been gathering evidence that supports this. Rupa Subramanya is another, and she wrote on Twitter about what thousands of people have been discovering in their own attempts to find out if this guy is the legitimate title holder: Google is doing' a scrub-down. Yeah, they do that too. That’s the power of controlling what the public gets to see.
Pfizer according to its Director of Research and Planning, Jordan Tristan Walker is considering mutating COVID19 and creating vaccines. He calls it a cash cow for the company. All references to Walker have been scrubbed from Google. They want us to think Walker doesn't exist. Rupa Subramanya
Changing quickly, eh? Hmm. Like at the speed of science?
These are the ‘tells’ that everyone needs to pay the most attention to. Not necessarily the words of this man, but the fact that a powerful company in charge of information is trying to prevent you from knowing that this guy holds that title. Weird that?
It’s almost as if the most important take home message from this entire PV story is that this is a typical Pfizer employee. How horrified the public would be to find that out, non? And it is simply based on his own clear lack of professionalism.
That’s the one thing that I think we can all agree on: this man is not professional by anyone’s standards. And dare I say, the person carrying the title: Pfizer Director of Research and Development - Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning - indeed directing mRNA research for one of the largest and most presently powerful pharmaceutical companies in the world that is currently commanding billions of people’s lives - should not only be COMPETENT, but highly PROFESSIONAL.
Is that why Pfizer and Google are scrubbing his creds from the internet? Do they not want us to know that he is what we get instead of a mature, experienced professional? What about all the other people involved in this COVID debacle and all the other injection producers? Are their credibilities as lamentable as this as well? It makes one wonder, doesn’t it?
One more point
What people should focus on here is not what could happen, but what did happen. I have no doubt in my mind that the Sirotkins are correct in their open assessment/investigation of how SARS-CoV-2 arose. It is a good thing these days to wonder about serial passaging to enhance affinity for spike-protein binding to ACE2, or specific peptide splicing to enhance infectivity via furin cleavage site incorporation into SARS-CoV-2 spike. And whichever is correct, there is no doubt of the involvement of laboratory aspects surrounding this particular pathogen. None.
Even if the biotech companies want to rest on their ‘we’re just trying to develop future vaccines’ laurels, they have no right to non-transparency with the public with regard to any work that enhances the infectivity of a pathogen (any pathogen), and they have no right to use us as test subjects for their experiments.
So focus on what did happen and aim for one thing: TO SHUT IT DOWN. NO MORE COVID SHOTS UNTIL INVESTIGATIONS ARE DONE. IN THE LABS, AND IN THE COURTS. This isn’t about money anymore people, things could go really south here. Take the opportunity to investigate.
Take Home Message
Be very constructively critical of all that you see and hear (including what I write!) and do not live in fear - no matter what you see or what words you hear. Don’t be hard on yourself and let yourself be wrong sometimes. That’s also ok! That’s why we have forgiveness.
Pause, think, assess, re-assess, unite, communicate… rinse and repeat.
Sirotkin, K., & Sirotkin, D. (2020). Might SARS‐CoV‐2 Have Arisen via Serial Passage through an Animal Host or Cell Culture? BioEssays, 42(10), 2000091. doi:10.1002/bies.202000091.
The real story here is not so much WHAT he said, which we all knew or strongly suspected anyway, but the fact of WHO was saying it, bragging about his apparent role as a senior employee at Pfizer - which appears to be genuine. Now we know how Pfizer has been able to do what it does - by employing an army of easily manipulated, amoral, hyper-egotistical, money-driven, borderline clinically insane narcissists. This is exactly the model used so successfully by the banking industry.
I don’t know about pharmaceutical companies but I work for a global consultancy company (and before that a big telco) and I can tell you there are some not very bright people at surprisingly senior levels of corporations - although in most good companies they don’t last long - some get promoted! I mean does Albert Bourla look like a smart guy to you?