JackRiddler » Thu Apr 02, 2020 11:27 am wrote:But what people think constitutes evidence is a different matter, and it's a problem not just with the corporate media.
Belligerent Savant wrote:.
Mac is banned.
JackRiddler » Thu Apr 02, 2020 9:41 pm wrote:I'll open a thread on RI and new management-moderation issues soon
Cordelia » Thu Apr 02, 2020 4:53 pm wrote:Mac is banned.
I've been a recipient of Mac's below-the-belt attacks and he can be insufferable at times but his offenses are minor compared to the wealth of critical thinking he brings to this board.
If he goes, a lot goes with him. Bad decision, banning him. Especially at this critical juncture.
The video posted above is an example of how it would not matter if the claimed thesis (e.g., that covid is some routine flu-type contagion vastly exaggerated so as to implement a global lockdown and transformation plan) was true or not. The methods used by the "Citizen Reporters" would still be a lie. They would still be showing nothing, and claiming it was proof of something. Or showing proof of the opposite, and giving it the reverse label. They would still be rejects from the James O'Keefe School of Churnalism.
Serious proposal—Why don’t we all make one or more visits to the emergency rooms of local hospitals and report back on what we find. We both live in NYC Jack, right? I already went to Columbia Hospital on Broadway in Inwood, next I’ll go to Montefiore. You can go to some other one (or more).
Fear porn about New York showing bodies being loaded into long refrigerator trucks and the like is being broadcast all over the world in sensationalistic news shows. Let’s go see for ourselves and report back. We all live close to a hospital in some city someplace in the world. Let’s be proactive.
That way we can see with our own eyes and share what we find. I’d like to know what’s really going on.
On TV and in newspapers the constant drumbeat seems to be about equipment—PPE’s, masks, ventililors—constant talk about equipment for a tide of serious cases that is sure to come.
Looking forward to hearing some news!
Sounder wrote:Still the modeled fatalities are not running as high as projections, hope that doesn't disappoint anyone.
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