James Corbett | The Delingpod
Corbett: “They are painting ‘Bio-Digital Convergence’ as some optimistic view of the future. It is truly the nightmare that we are all stepping into. This is exemplified most obviously right now in the ‘vaccine’.”
“They are now getting to experiment on the human species at a mass level; millions, hundreds of millions, if they get their way BILLIONS of people will be injected with this experimental technology that is really starting to play around with who we are at the species level.”
“None of this transhumanist craziness would be accepted unless there was a convincing narrative to go along with it, and sadly this I think this biosecurity narrative that they’re drilling into the population is precisely what they need to breakdown our barrier to this technology.”
“This is their ticket towards that future and that should be chilling it really should be.”
“Let’s say there is this spreading pathogen that is transmissible, and it will kill a certain number of people. If that happens, what rights are the government allowed to take from you? What is the actual principle that we should be working from here? Let’s say this really was bubonic plague 2.0, this really was killing people, does the government have the right to come and forcibly confine you to your home? And if so, let’s have that discussion.”
“That isn’t the conversation they want us to have.”James Corbet
An award-winning investigative journalist, James Corbett has lectured on geopolitics at the University of Groningen’s Studium Generale, and delivered presentations on open source journalism at The French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation’s fOSSa conference, at TedXGroningen and at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto.
He started The Corbett Report website in 2007 as an outlet for independent critical analysis of politics, society, history, and economics. Since then he has written, recorded and edited thousands of hours of audio and video media for the website, including a podcast and several regular online video series.
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