Our response to censorship & bad reporting
Maybe you got here because you followed a link from YouTube, or Twitter, or Facebook. Or maybe you’re already a long-time reader, in which case welcome back.
Below, once you are signed into this site (which requires registration for all newcomers) you will be able to access (for free, of course) today’s video which builds upon and goes further than the one posted to YouTube.
Why are we doing this? Because we cannot risk being deplatformed. We already have had one video taken down by YouTube for our strictly scientific coverage of a review paper of Ivermectin (IVM) put out by some of the most accomplished critical care medical doctors in the world.
It’s nothing personal, their own video of Dr Kory’s testimony to the US Senate was taken down and deleted by YouTube.
But chilling nonetheless. It sucks, and here we are.
Our response? Put relatively benign, non-objectionable content out on YouTube but then put what we actually want to say here, on our own site, and behind a soft wall (registration required).
Why the soft wall? Because our biggest foes are scammers, spammers, bots, and Google’s prying eyes and spiders which will scrape our content and potentially misuse it against us.
Are we over-reacting? No, in fact we may be underreacting. Behind the scenes we are having daily conversations with other content creators who are battling their own waves of censorship that lack both any defensible rationale and a party you could actually talk to on the other end of the social giant machinery.
So what’s down there that’s worth your time? Today I discuss:
- Ivermectin and the war against it.
- The various strategies in play to confuse the public’s perception of IVM
- Provide direct actions you can take to inform your doctor about IVM
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