In 2008, former Democratic Rep. James Langevin suggested falsifying a pandemic to push vaccination.
Previous articles emphasized that many people often do not use reasoning to refute the suggestion that evil people in the government would do very evil things. Such people often do not research or study the subject, but instead simply say, “Nobody would ever do that!”
It is not clear if such people really believe that “Nobody would ever do that!” or if they are only telling themselves that “Nobody would ever do that!” to avoid being proved wrong or because the subject is so evil that people would rather just ignore it and attempt to remain oblivious to the evil.
For example, if one studies the actions of the FBI and local secret police, one discovers that such entities have secretly committed some very horrible evils. Several of those evils included hoaxes, ruses, ploys, and lies about a targeted person, including claiming that such FBI and local secret police operations were “investigations.” As one former U.S. senator implied, they were not investigations, partially because investigations do not go “on and on and on.” (Pages 5 and 16)
The FBI and local police actions were instead a type of torture that involves continuous intense and coordinated stalking by members of the community, which is falsely labeled as an “investigation” so community members would be more likely to participate.
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Now, in this example, if the FBI or local secret police ask a person in the community, Church, etc. to participate in such false investigations, another person might tell them that the FBI or local police might actually be lying to those participating in the investigation in that the FBI or local secret police might actually be targeting them as a trap or entrapment.
And here is where the “Nobody would ever do that!” response is often given — implying that the FBI or local secret police would not lie to people to get them to participate in a false investigation, hoax, ruse, coordinated stalking scheme, etc.
Then one might say, “look here where it says in U.S. federal law that law enforcement, which includes local police and the FBI, may ‘convey false or misleading information.’ Most people might simply say this is the FBI or local police ‘lying.’ And the law also apparently implies that the FBI and local police might even pre-plan and commit hoaxes or other falsified schemes!”
Then, one might provide the FBI’s guidelines which say that the FBI might “supply falsely sworn testimony or false documentation in any legal or administrative proceeding” (page 7) or make “untrue representations … concerning the activities” of any person “without that individual’s knowledge or consent.” (Page 8)
Thus, the reasonable person might say to another, “there, you see, U.S. federal law at least implies, and the FBI’s guidelines clearly say, that the FBI and local police might lie to you. If a person or group says they might lie to you, especially if they are employed by the government, then you might not want to believe anything they say. If the FBI or local police say, ‘we lie to you’ and then say, ‘you need to participate in this investigation of that person. Don’t worry, you can trust us,’ well, then, you might not want to trust them.”
Even after providing the FBI and local police laws and regulations suggesting that their operations might include lying, one might still get the response, “You are crazy, nobody would ever do that!”
Thus, one might conclude that it is not that such people don’t believe the reasoning or information provided; instead, it might be that such people simply do not want to believe, for whatever reason, that the FBI or local police might commit hoaxes or otherwise lie.
Ex-Pfizer VP Dr. Michael Yeadon, while attending a Truth be Told Rally in London, said that the COVID vaccine push is a ‘supranational operation’ intended to ‘maim and kill deliberately’.