YouTube : Misinformation Super Spreader

Have legacy media platforms such as YouTube contributed to harming people? Is the BBC detrimental to the public’s best interests? Evidence suggests yes.

I saw this video presentation at TAP blog.
Steve Kirsch giving a talk at MIT:

It seems significant and deserves re-posting. Steve Kirsch, perhaps thought of as a ‘leftie’. a successful businessman and once part of the political establishment, has been blocked, banned and censored. He says he’s been called a ‘misinformation super spreader’. It seems it is legacy media platforms that have in reality been exactly that.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private land-grant research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Established in 1861, MIT has played a significant role in the development of many areas of modern technology and science.
Founded in response to the increasing industrialization of the United States, MIT adopted a European polytechnic university model and stressed laboratory instruction in applied science and engineering.

MIT Speech by Steve Kirsch

Steve Kirsch makes some critical and damning statements based upon pure data analysis. His evidence could threaten the pharmaceutical industrial complex and give many who continue to keep quiet, pause for thought.

Some notes while listening…
The covid1984 jab “…. didn’t save anyone. It killed people. No doubt about it”
50 mins
“YouTube is not interested in saving lives. They are interested in promoting a false narrative that is killing people. Anyone who works for YouTube should be ashamed of themselves and they should quit their job.”
54 mins
“13 million people were killed world wide”
1 hour
Steve references Norman Fenton1
hr 10 mins
“The medical community remain silent because they don’t want to lose their jobs.”
1 hr 15 mins
“Andrew Wakefield was right”
1 hr 34 mıns
“CDC being put on notice. If you do nothing, you’re going to jail.”

Yurtta Barış Dünyada Barış : Peace At Home, Peace İn The World… if only.

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3 Responses to “YouTube : Misinformation Super Spreader”

  1. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Thanks Ned, this post is very, very, important. The more people that watch this presentation the better. It should be distributed as widely as possible

    • ian says:

      Ditto, thanks Ned for putting time stamps on parts of this video. As I mentioned earlier, the video is brilliant, but at two hours long is is beyond the time that many want to spend watching it.

  2. NPP says:

    This data presented at Kirsch’s ex college MIT should be BBC headline news…. but, it’s on TAP blog.