Peacefully Outgrowing The Corporate-Industrial Complex - by Morgan Lesko - - - -
"If our society has representative governance, then everybody must be able to understand and question the basics of the scientific fields being used to govern us — a modern redress of grievances. Otherwise, how can we judge the actions of our elected officials? How else can we give informed consent with our votes for or against exponentially-impactful societal experiments? ... So dearest real and social media friends, please start including scientific studies and meta-analyses supporting each totalitarian reaction you are endorsing. Please figure out approximately how many different experiments provide hard evidence directly for and against the given conclusions? How many of those experiments have been replicated at least once? If you want Technocracy, then this is my minimal request. [27]"
If you haven't seen it, and are interested in this pandemic, then watch this Event 201 in full. I can't recommend this context enough. It was a war game simulation for a coronavirus pandemic killing 65 millions, performed in November, just one month before the real one started spreading. This segment is particularly relevant to the online conversation. It has predictable overlaps with planned reactions on how they flood the media networks (social and not) with the top-down information streams, and try to fight misinformation. Thus far, it is unclear to me if these world leaders would support jailing me for the information and opinions that I have already shared. <3 Other conversations from this drill are almost exactly parallel to ones had in the mainstream... except that in the drill, the virus had already kill at least 100 times more lives. "Event 201 is a pandemic tabletop exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on October 18, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated the pandemic preparedness efforts needed to diminish the large-scale economic and societal consequences of a severe pandemic. Drawing from actual events, Event 201 identifies important policy issues and preparedness challenges that could be solved with sufficient political will and attention. These issues were designed in a narrative to engage and educate the participants and the audience."
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