The Great Barrington Declaration is already gaining signatures from medical practitioners at a rate of knots. As I write it is nearing 17,000 which is 2000 more than yesterday. But it is not getting as many as it should.
Yesterday I tried to post a comment on Dr. Malcolm Kendrick’s blog which just disappeared into thin air. Search engines can remove comments with links not approved by those who own the search engines. I also contacted Dr. Kendrick to inform him what had happened. I am awaiting a response.
This morning again I tried to post a comment and it disappeared but this time I took a screen dump before trying to post.
There is nothing wrong with the site or posting to it. I proved this by posting another comment a few minutes later without the link and spaces between the initial letters and the rest of the word as with B arrington.
Add this to the fact that for the best part of six months I have been unable to post comments to Craig Murray’s blog and I see a very sinister world appearing before my eyes.
Yesterday I tried to post the following comment to the Google Community help site but for some reason it contravened their guidelines. I am at a loss as to why.
As well as the Google community message in response to David Bailey’s comment there is evidence that people worldwide are struggling to find, let alone sign, this petition. Here is another thread.
Search results for the above displayed the one dissenting comment in the 12 who had been lucky enough not to contravene Google’s guidelines. This comment was in the middle – not top or bottom. Anybody thinking that might be coincidence needs a reality examination.