International Corona Research Cohort. The Lawsuit against the CDC, the WHO and the Davos Group

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Some of my students (present and former) and colleagues in Japan have formed an International Corona Research Cohort. Our goal is to produce scholarship that critically examines certain aspects of the Covid-19 narrative. Over the past year, we have observed virtually identical patterns of public messaging to those appearing in the wake of 9/11 and the subsequent “regime-change wars” (Gabbard, 2020). We are pursuing the following hypotheses:

  1. Are mainstream (corporate) media primarily PR tools owned and/or used by transnational elites as described by Peter Phillips in his latest book Giants: The Global Power Elite(Seven Stories Press, 2018).
  2. How, through discourse, do agenda-setting media shape human perception and inculcate necessary forms of fear and hysteria in populations to produce unquestioning and reflexively obedient people? What discourse techniques prevail across cultures and national boundaries?

We have recently devised an instrument (in English and Japanese) to measure awareness, perception, and attitude toward the Covid-19 narrative and will use this in surveys to quantify the effectiveness of Government-Corporate PR producing the leading narratives and coercing people – absent informed consent – to join in the global experiment in mRNA therapies (aka vaccines). Since this is an international project, we seek to use the instrument in other languages.

Our project is inspired by the tremendous work of Reiner Fuellmich and the thousands of other attorneys who have joined him as well as hundreds of thousands of physicians and research scientists backing the lawsuit against the CDC, the WHO, and the Davos Group for crimes against humanity in Nuremberg, Germany.

If you wish to join our international effort in the study of these communications, please let me know so we can coordinate and support you appropriately.


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Articles by: Prof. Daniel Broudy

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