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Why people don’t trust science any more

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As we enter the new year, full of cranks, quacks, and crackpots with huge power, here is a powerful statement on why people don’t trust Big Science any more (and shouldn’t):

You’re struggling to understand why some people are vaccine hesitant, TRIGGERnometry co-host Konstantin Kisin explains.

There are restrictions on watching this at YouTube – all the more reason to watch it or subscribe to any alternative medium that hosts it.

No conspiracy theories — just an iteration of what we all know has really happened.

Yer news hack, (O’Leary for News), got wiser when they closed the churches but kept the bars open in her own city.

Government Covid police have been raising merry hay with O’Leary’s own church, with no basis in fact.

Result: Old ladies kneeling in the frozen gravel to receive the sacrament because we were locked out of the building (to “protect” us) and couldn’t even legally use the washrooms.

Something’s gotta give. Better it be government.

Science, as traditionally understood, is not at risk here. Masses of government/media science is at risk. What use is it all, really?

15 Replies to “Why people don’t trust science any more

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    Jorge says:

    I’ve been saying the same for many years (long story there). For me, at this point all these things in the video are cast in concrete – further debate is unnecessary. The stage we are in is that of ACTION. If we don’t do things to take out the psycho-criminals that are doing all of these things to us then, rest assured, they will take us out – that is 100% guaranteed. It’s either them or us – there is no third option. Most people refuse to see that, and most that do see it refuse to accept it. That is why time marches on with no action. Until it’s too late. We may already have crossed that Rubicon.

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    jerry says:

    This is an interesting video laying out all the ways the “thesis” group controls the world. For additional views see my comment on the interview Freddy Sayers had with Paul Kingsnorth. The same sentiments are shared but not as directly.

    https://uncommondescent.com/ud-newswatch-highlights/breaking-president-trump-mrs-trump-ms-hicks-are-positive-for-cv-19/#comment-743905

    Now know Denyse’s Twitter address – https://twitter.com/itsdesign

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    polistra says:

    Jorge: Unfortunately it won’t work. The demons have fully infested the top layers of all governments and institutions. There’s no way to take out a million demons all over the world at the same moment. Taking out a few of them will only excite the others into a MASSIVE KILLING FRENZY. It’s better to outlast them and bore them. We are in medieval times again, so medieval methods are suitable.

    http://polistrasmill.blogspot......ution.html

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    Querius says:

    And all doctors who disagree with the Current Narrative on Covid or on dietary information? They’re automatically labeled “quacks” regardless of their credentials, research, and publications. You mention one of them to someone and their immediate response is, “Oh THAT quack.”

    And you check online and find dozens of new websites “exposing” them. Quack, quack.

    You compare several sources and find that the information on these new sites is twisted or fake. For example, someone who’s a recognized expert in animal and human virology is portrayed as a goofy veterinarian.

    Of course, no one checks THEIR credentials, research, and publications, which are non-existent . . .

    All of a sudden, science has somehow become a duck farm.

    -Q (not quack)

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    Seversky says:

    Yer news hack, (O’Leary for News), got wiser when they closed the churches but kept the bars open in her own city.

    As a journalist, reporting news rather than expressing opinion, can you tell us why the churches were closed and the bars kept open or point us towards where we can look it up for ourselves?

    Government Covid police have been raising merry hay with O’Leary’s own church, with no basis in fact.

    What is this “merry hay” that has no basis in fact?

    Result: Old ladies kneeling in the frozen gravel to receive the sacrament because we were locked out of the building (to “protect” us) and couldn’t even legally use the washrooms.

    That’s a very emotive image. Why were old ladies kneeling on frozen gravel to receive a sacrament? Was there no other way it could have been administered?

    Something’s gotta give. Better it be government.

    If the government is wrong, then yes. But is it wrong or are churches being stubborn about taking rational measures to reduce the spread of the infection? As you know, there have been a number of cases in the US where pastors have defied the restrictions saying, in effect, God and their faith will protect them, only for a number of the congregants to fall ill and even die from the disease, including the misguided pastors.

    Science, as traditionally understood, is not at risk here. Masses of government/media science is at risk. What use is it all, really?

    So we agree that the science is not the problem. The problem is the way it is reported by the media and exploited by special interest groups usually for political reasons?

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    bornagain77 says:

    Seversky, of all people, trying to give News advice on ‘trusting science’? 🙂

    https://media.giphy.com/media/ej2J5DVP7LeVDZo7AZ/giphy.gif

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    Querius says:

    Bornagain77 @6,

    That’s because we’re supposed to Question Authority . . . except for scientific authority, of course.

    By trusting science, it’s having true faith in the pronouncements and policies coming out of massive government bureaucracies as articulated by their chief administrators in charge of scientific funding in close cooperation with big pharma and the pill doctors in their employ.

    After all, it might be science that caused the pandemic, but science was also quickly able to abate it with vaccines, masks, quarantines, social distancing, contact tracing, shutting down, vaccine passports, wiping down all groceries and surfaces, scrubbing hands, and isolating people.

    If fact, this program worked so well for the administration and big pharma that they will do it even more for each successive Covid wave! So please trust science! We won’t hurt you. Eggs are bad for you, carbs are good for you, cloth masks definitely work, there’s no evidence that synthetic seed oils are bad for you, the American diet is the best in the world, and the average American lifespan has been dropping because of systemic racism, capitalism, and global warming/cooling/climate change. Science said so!

    What could possibly go wrong? And how do we keep people from noticing that Japan doesn’t have a new Covid surge for some mysterious reason unknown to science? And why isn’t there a treatment protocol outside of intravenous monoclonal antibodies for each of the three stages of a Covid-19 infection?

    -Q

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    AndyClue says:

    In our country the christianists politicians closed bars, swimming pools, gyms, despite having health measures in place. But they left the churches open. All in the name of science. And the christian wokes rejoiced.

    Result: Old ladies kneeling in the frozen gravel to receive the sacrament because we were locked out of the building (to “protect” us) and couldn’t even legally use the washrooms.

    I would have refused. What cult are you in that forces old ladies to kneel in a frozen gravel??

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    bornagain77 says:

    AndyClue claims, “In our country the christianists politicians closed bars, swimming pools, gyms, despite having health measures in place. But they left the churches open.”

    HUH??? What alternate reality are you living in?

    USA Conservatives, by and large, whom you call “christianists politicians”, were against draconian lockdowns from the get go, and it was the, (largely), secular left that was responsible for closing “bars, swimming pools, gyms, despite having health measures in place.”. Moreover, in many liberal run states, like Michigan for instance, the restrictions placed on Churches were even more draconian than the restrictions for, say, liquor stores and marijuana outlets which were allowed to remain open since they were deemed ‘essential’ by the liberal/secular Governor of Mich.

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    chuckdarwin says:

    There’s a reason that alcohol and reefer are more essential than the Sunday gospel hour live at your local church. It may be the only relief some of us get from the incessant whining and complaining we hear from Christians about what victims they are and how their rights are being trampled by the Godless liberal Marxist Atheist Darwinist materialist, oppressors, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah…

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    bornagain77 says:

    Chuckdarwin, it might behoove you to not be so happy that the rights of your fellow Christian citizens are being trampled by the government.
    It is within Christianity that representative government itself finds its foundation.

    The Catholic Invention of Representative Government
    Jorgen Moller- January 2019
    Modern representative democracy is unthinkable without innovations pioneered by the medieval Catholic Church.
    Excerpt: A long line of research, stretching back to the German sociologist Max Weber’s seminal work, identifies Protestantism as the sledgehammer that broke down autocratic barriers, giving rise to modern liberal societies. A good example is work by American political scientist Robert Woodberry, which demonstrates that Protestants pioneered a series of innovations that eased the advent of modern representative democracy, including religious pluralism, voluntary associations, printing, and mass education. More generally, the Weberian notion of Protestantism as the midwife of modernity received a great deal of attention during the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in 2017. Often as an accompaniment to these views, writers like Samuel Huntington have portrayed either the Catholic Church itself or aspects of Catholic culture as historical impediments to modern liberalism and modern democratization. But the story about the origins of our political institutions, and the way religious institutions affected it, is much more interesting and complicated than implied by this conventional narrative. In fact, modern representative democracy is well-nigh unthinkable without constitutionalist practices and doctrines pioneered by the medieval Catholic Church.,,,,
    The passing away of conciliarism at the very point in time where modern democratization began has made students of democratization ignore an important historical lesson: Representative democracy is all but inconceivable without the 12th– and 13th-century Catholic practices of representation and consent and the 15th-century conciliar doctrines about representative government. This fascinating story remains relevant not only for those who wish to understand the origins of our political institutions; it also sheds light on current interactions between religion and politics. In that sense, it is a story worth revisiting for those who are interested in the political dynamics of the 21st century.
    https://www.the-american-interest.com/2019/01/24/the-catholic-invention-of-representative-government/

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    AndyClue says:

    @Bornagain77:

    HUH??? What alternate reality are you living in?

    I don’t live in the USA.

    USA Conservatives, by and large, whom you call “christianists politicians”, …

    I also call liberal politicians christianists, because they are. Your president is a catholic. Your vice-president is a protestant. Yes, even in your country christianists are responsible for the covid craze.

    In our country there’s a small minority of nationalists/christianists/atheists rebelling against the draconic restrictions. But their numbers are small and they have little influence.

    (Unfortunately the church and the jews have a strong lobby. Collaborating with the leftists and feminists they’ve managed to create a woke cancle culture.)

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    bornagain77 says:

    Andy, well that explains your comment. I suspected that that might be the case, which is why I said “USA conservatives”, instead of just ‘conservatives’.

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    BobRyan says:

    I trust science, but do not trust politically motivated claims of science.

    Sailors have been threatened with all sorts of things if they do not get vaccinated, since they are perceived to be not ready for duty, despite the lack of checking for natural immunity. The USS Milwaukee has a fully vaccinated crew, but currently sitting in port due to an outbreak.
    https://www.military.com/daily-news/2021/12/25/us-navy-warship-sidelined-covid-19-outbreak.html
    People who get the shots are not immune to the virus. If it were a real vaccine, rather than what is claimed, there would be no outbreaks. How many outbreaks of Smallpox has there been in recent history?

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    jerry says:

    There is nothing wrong with science. The problem is those who interpret science.

    The main problem is the making of claims/interpretations that don’t exist in the data. How the misinformation by the so called scientist is conveyed is interesting. Mostly by Begging the Question and Omission.

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