More censorship – what is happening?

Another nurse has spoken out about the plandemic and what it is doing to people psychologically.

I tried to add this to medics who have spoken out on the Dr. Pascal Sacré comment thread. This is the short comment I wrote.

This is how the comment appeared without the link – which makes it nonsense.

That is not all. I have clear evidence that my blog is getting many more hits, more than ten times the amount of hits given in the blog statistics. I have tried to report this to WordPress and I await their response.

Meanwhile in Germany a doctor, Dr. Andreas Noack, has been arrested while making a livestream video talk. From the streaming it sounds like the police broke down his door. As I don’t speak German some of it is lost. But not the message.

Disturbingly this reminds me of Kafka’s “The Trial” which I read as a young man, in English of course. A man gets arrested, does not know what for, but he’s advised to plead guilty. The rest is a nightmare.

The image shows the cafe Kafka used in Prague. “Empty chairs at empty tables.”

4 thoughts on “More censorship – what is happening?

  1. Have you ever read the 1928 book Propaganda by the “Father of Spin” and Nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward Bernays?

    It’s close to 100 years old, but perhaps just as relevant today as it was in its day.

    In that he wrote:
    “In almost every act of our lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons […] who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind, who harness old social forces and contrive new ways to bind and guide the world.”

    “Propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government.”

    “If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it now possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing it? ”

    Many of the Public Relations campaigns conducted by Edward Bernays are impressive, if not disturbing, for their massive use of psychological manipulation..

    It was Bernays’ work that helped popularize the term Banana Republic (corporate influence & control of governments – aka corporatocracy).

    Bernays helped the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa) and other special interest groups to convince the American public that water fluoridation was safe and beneficial to human health. This was achieved by using the American Dental Association in a highly successful media campaign.

    That book can be found at the link below, for those interested.

    Click to access Bernays_Propaganda_in_english_.pdf

    I spent over 30 years in PR, Marketing & Advertising, and this “covid” event smells a lot like propaganda.
    One of the most effective elements of great propaganda is censorship.

    19th-20th century Thinker, Philosopher, Logician and Polymath Bertrand Russell wrote the Ten Commandments of Critical Thinking and Democratic Decency:

    1. Do not feel absolutely certain of anything.
    2. Do not think it worth while to proceed by concealing evidence, for the evidence is sure to come to light.
    3. ever try to discourage thinking for you are sure to succeed.
    4. When you meet with opposition, even if it should be from your husband or your children, endeavor to overcome it by argument and not by authority, for a victory dependent upon authority is unreal and illusory.
    5. Have no respect for the authority of others, for there are always contrary authorities to be found.
    6. Do not use power to suppress opinions you think pernicious, for if you do the opinions will suppress you.
    7. Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.
    8. Find more pleasure in intelligent dissent than in passive agreement, for, if you value intelligence as you should, the former implies a deeper agreement than the latter.
    9. Be scrupulously truthful, even if the truth is inconvenient, for it is more inconvenient when you try to conceal it.
    10. Do not feel envious of the happiness of those who live in a fool’s paradise, for only a fool will think that it is happiness.


    1. I confess I haven’t read Edward Bernay’s “Propaganda”. I’ve read Machiavelli’s “Prince” though – a less subtle version, perhaps, of taking and keeping control.

      The coronavirus scaremongering reeks of propaganda.

      I like Russell’s Ten Commandments especially number 7 which reminds me of a Shavian quote which I will paraphrase. “The reasonable man accepts things as they are, the unreasonable man tries to change them. Therefore, all progress depends upon the unreasonable man.”


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