"Discredited and disproven"
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| "Discredited and disproven" |
(Medical terminology, “Conspiracy theory”, Enemy image, Propaganda, Official narrative)
|ON affirming phrase.|
"Discredited and disproven" is a redundant and self contradictory phrase that is being increasingly used in online discourse during the COVID-event. It used on Wikipedia, particularly in reference to conspiracies. It is also used by corporate media and fact checkers.
|"Conspiracy theory"||An enemy image used to equate scepticism of government with craziness. It was developed by the CIA to try to contain doubt about the FBI's "Oswald did it, case closed" approach to the JFK assassination. It is now being associated with dangerous and violent insanity, in an effort to promote internet censorship of free speech.|
|Rachel Schraer||“Andrew Bridgen was previously critical of policies like lockdown and the idea of vaccine mandates - but he praised the development of the Covid vaccine, and tweeted proudly when he received his doses.
It wasn't until last autumn that he began to make increasingly baseless claims, including that the vaccines were killing many people and that the damage was being covered up.
At first, he began highlighting some real, but rare, instances of genuine vaccine injury and misinterpreting real data to suggest these cases were more common than the research suggests.
But in recent weeks, this rhetoric has ramped up.Extensive independent research shows that Covid vaccines are extremely effective at preventing deaths and that serious side effects (including approximately 60 deaths in England and Wales) are rare, given the tens of millions of doses administered.”
|Rachel Schraer||11 January 2022|