I spoke to a receptive group of younger academics who understand what higher education should be doing in the face this worldwide catastrophe
Ok. Another thorough and informational piece from MCM. My mind isn’t big enough for all this information. One big question came to mind: Does the CIA run Pfizer or does Pfizer run the CIA, or are they unrelated? We need a new government. Throw out the current criminals. Are there any good people? Oh my…
Thank you Mark. Enjoyed and learned from this video that you shared!
This was a masterclass, of course, in the business of propaganda. I'm not qualified to do anything but agree, except in one area: I no longer believe that those whom we suspect of having succumbed to the present propaganda onslaught are what we might call 'unknowing dupes'. Although 'we the people' are usually charmingly stupid and frequently dumbed-down, I say that they/we are smart enough from all the pre-conditioning we've had from the movies etc., to see through it all, and fully capable of some quite sophisticated double-think. I think we ALL know now; it is just that we've taken our respective sides. The data may be faulty, the conclusions we've each drawn based on our ability to long-sight ultimate elite objectives may individually be off-the-mark, but by and large, we ***ALL*** know where we're going with all this. This is a war now with ZERO innocents.
I wrote this essay to ask our leaders to lift the vax mandate to attend higher ed in WA state. I shared it with a local newspaper and the editor asked me to write a 500 word summary, which I did and it will be read by at least 10,000 people potentially. Some days we get to throw a spear at the elephant. https://turningpointnews.org/corona-virus-reports/why-we-should-end-the-vaccine-mandate-to-enter-college
That was absolutely riveting, thank you, Mark.
You are lucky your family are rational. My husband and brother are covidians, and, even after I was red-pilled myself in time to warn my daughters, they went ahead and got 'vaccinated', which is heart-breaking, especially as one has a little boy. I'm forbidden to talk about it to them now, as it's 'not good for their mental health', apparently. They take the view that if what I'm telling them is true there's nothing they can do about it and they have to deal with the problems of the day.
My MP is either a clown or complicit (probably both). I have sent him the Seneff et al paper demonstrating how the vaxxes destroy the immune system, and another on acute coronary risk, and he replies telling me they're safe and effective, and that the Online Safety Bill (the subject of my correspondence) is needed to stop adults (adults!) being 'harmed' by covid misinformation and Russian disinformation.
There are very rare moments of relief, such as this week when I had a painter in and, although he can't spell to save his life, he is vaxx 'hesitant' and so are his mates. But they are completely without information, so I gave him a spare copy of CJ Hopkins' excellent 'The Rise of the New Normal Reich' (I've ordered more) and he was delighted and agreed to pass it round his friends, as I requested. But mostly it's like living in an asylum, with a rare word out of the window to a sane person.
Good interview Mark, your Lyme disease experience was endearing. My own catastrophic experience with it certainly enlightened me as to the medical world's limits of critical thinking and the doctor's frankly incurious and lazy practices.
Bankrupted, homeless and chronically ill, i was regarded as a "malingerer."
Your best talk on the subject, Mark. I have found that people in the academy who majored in Literature, who took critical reading seriously, and who did not fall for the theory craze (except when it was interesting) have retained their ability to apply critical thinking skills to reality as well as fiction. James Corbett, Naomi Wolf, you (and I too) are English Lit people, with a fondness for Shakespeare. I'm sure there are more examples. With experience unpacking a poem, we understand rhetoric and implied meaning. We've been interested in aesthetics, and strangely enough, this has prepared us for the challenges we are living through. I've been thinking lately about how the academy has been made to believe impossible things for many decades, as a preparation for the kinds impossible things that people are accepting now, for instance, visual arts critics got people to say, in all sincerity, that literal garbage could be interpreted as art. That was preposterous, but harmless, so we thought. The "expert" in now a comical figure who believes 2+2=5, garbage is art. -Tori Alexander
This rap by a young Canadian will make you feel good. It made me feel hope. https://brandnewtube.com/watch/best-antivax-rap-song-canada-in-the-house_ujmgB7TITb2P4LS.html
Friends, #MarkCrispinMiller speaks eloquently about a subject a clearer understanding of which should be priority for all of us. PROPAGANDA! It’s one I’ve written about at length & in which I have an abiding interest. But no matter how much we think we are attuned to it, we’re all susceptible to its pernicious effects! And as you will realise when you hear MCM speak, there’s always something new to learn.
The public information milieu currently is awash with propaganda—indeed it is the real virus—so much so that it has been transformed it into a toxic wasteland. This has been compounded immeasurably by the draconian censorship regimes being increasingly imposed upon us. A most illuminating overview of where we are at in these not so enlightened days! Please share this widely. Greg Maybury.
Astounding. Just phenomenal. I'd heard most of what you'd talked about... The Q&A just started and it's great to see students drive the conversation. Would love to see you do an AMA here perhaps.
Pike Report is on Scribd...as are tons of things including all of the boxes from the 9/11 commission
Highly recommended. Gives you slideshare and Pandora as well.
Really excellent talk. What a time of madness! It's wonderful that you're cutting through it.
High School. Higher Education is lost.
I make a valuable apropos observation here.
Here we have an expert fellow pouring out his very best about media misinformation, media disinformation and all things statist in-between, and you're all over the place praising and fawning him as if he were your granddad and Jesus rolled into one.
Yet the minute another 'controversial' state-promulgated issue crops up (namely flat earth) you react as hysterically and as indignantly as if ...
The guy's obviously wasting his time. He doesn't want us to now think differently about viruses, he wants us to think now differently about everything. Too much to expect, tight?
Great interview! I like how the tone of your voice is softer in this interview, perhaps because you were talking to younger people. It's so important that people understand propaganda is happening in this country.