Experts Going Against the MSM Fear-Hype Narrative

Most of the information people are getting comes from what they consider the acceptable sources: mainstream media. They believe the media provides them with a balanced view, an objective representation, of what the experts are saying. They trust the media, because they trust the experts that they think are giving the media the information to relay.

Is this really how things work? No. The mainstream media establishment narrative most often pushes a certain narrative, not the conflicting information that goes against a given agenda they have. There is information that goes against the acceptable establishment narrative. The media either briefly mentions alternative information in passing as something that is wrong, makes fun of it, mocks it, or they simply don’t mention it at all.

It’s important to go looking for information ourselves, not rely on the mainstream media sources. Here are some experts who give alternative information that the mainstream media doesn’t cover:

Dr. Ioannidis on Why We Don’t Have Reliable Data Surrounding COVID-19 (Short version)

Perspectives on the Pandemic | Dr John Ioannidis of Stanford University | Episode 1 (Original long version)

This next one is with a very qualified mathematician who has a paper with good modeling on the coronavirus curves and how to best deal with it:

Perspectives on the Pandemic | Professor Knut Wittkowski | Episode 2

The below video has lots of good info to make you think, and also a segment with Knut Wittkowski:


I hope you can take the time to go through it and think about the information that the mainstream media isn’t giving while trying to get you to accept their narrative which has false information. They don’t talk about the CDC false death toll, nor the working remedies like chloroquine and zinc, but instead push a magical unicorn vaccine that doesn’t exist as the only way to deal with COVID-19. There could have been less deaths.

Originally published on Hive, 4/13/2020 3:19 PM


  • neil price

    False objectivity and partisan slants are as old as human communication. In all fairness, let us contemplate the folklore tale of the Nine Blind Men and the Elephant…truth seen from one perspective can be as valid and yet amazingly varied from truth seen through another perspective.

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