Mark Crispin Miller – News From Underground Nov 23, 2022
First, if you have not yet seen Died Suddenly, the killer documentary that dropped two days ago, I urge you to watch it as soon as you can—it’s a little over an hour—and share it far and wide. Although it makes some trivial mistakes, it is a very solid piece of work—as sound as it is harrowing, and that’s really saying something; so all those who appreciate my weekly Substacks on the toll of the “vaccines” will also very much appreciate this film, and learn a lot from it (as I did):
I’m certain that this film will open many people’s eyes, which is (of course) why I am recommending it. The BBC has joined me in that expectation—which has impelled them not to recommend the film, but, on the contrary, to try to kill it, with this attempted takedown by one Rachael Schraer, who works for BBC as an “disinformation reporter” (as indeed she is).
On the one hand, Schraer’s piece is a mighty effort at dissuasion, as she plays every trick she can to urge her readers not to watch the film themselves, so they might make up their own minds. That’s the last thing she and her employer want, since, by now, so many people have lost loved ones to the jab, and/or have been thereby severely harmed themselves, that they may be both staggered and enlightened by Died Suddenly, which, if they’re not activists already, might move them to speak out at last, and forge alliances with others who have also been severely hurt.
And so, to move people not to watch it, Schraer vigorously slimes it as a shoddy and deceptive piece of propaganda, based on weak research (if any), riddled with gross errors, and also an offensive exercise, since all those poor people that it claims have been bereaved or injured by their “vaccination” almost never were, such consequences being “rare” (as she says twice); and even hinting that they were thus injured is a cruel and callous act of “trolling,” typical of “anti-vaxxers.” (Check out the rather murky anecdote with which Schraer starts her piece.) Above all, Schraer casts Died Suddenly as an expression of delusion: “[T]he film tells a fictitious story of a dangerous vaccine killing off swathes of young people – all part of an imagined plot to depopulate the earth” [emphasis added].
And while she does all she can to make as many people as the BBC can reach not want to see the film, Schraer also ends by hinting that right-minded people (like herself) should lobby Twitter—that is, Elon Musk—not to let its users recommend the film, or, presumably, even talk about it in that forum.
Again, Died Suddenly does make some few mistakes; Schraer caught the film’s misuse of video showing the mid-game collapse of Kansas State basketball player Keyontae Johnson—presented as a sudden “vaccine” death, although the footage is from 2020, and Johnson is, in fact, alive and well. It’s too bad that the filmmakers slipped up like that, since it’s a gift to propagandists such as Schraer; but such things happen when you’re dealing with a heavy volume of material (I’ve made mistakes like that myself)—but such errors in Died Suddenly are few and far between, whereas Schraer’s piece is a tapestry of propaganda lies: I’ve annotated it to highlight some of them; so read it, and my annotations, here, and make up your own mind.
And if you should be so moved, feel free to email Rachel Schraer (whose address is below her piece), and/or BBC ombudsman Nick Bennett (whose address I can’t seem to find), and ask her, or him, or them—and as politely as you can!—if they think it’s appropriate for an august journalistic outlet like the BBC to function as a propaganda mouthpiece for Big Pharma—which is precisely what the Beeb became with its so-called “Trusted News Initiative,” whereby Big Media outlets have been simultaneously pumping out disinformation and blacking out all those who have dissented from the official COVID narrative, no matter how extensive their experience or impressive their credentials.
It is of course regrettable, and wholly understandable, that people who have been bereaved or harmed by “vaccination,” but haven’t yet faced up to it, should feel attacked by those who broach that possibility—especially by strangers coming at them out of nowhere. And yet such random tactlessness is nowhere near as grave a sin as pushing lethal “vaccination” on the global population for no scientific reason, and without informed consent—the mortal sin committed by the BBC and all its “journalistic” peers, and one for which there can be no forgiveness.
On the “Trusted News Initiative”: