If we went by the United Nations advice, blissfully believing the official story, how much truth would we actually know?
By Don Via Jr.
Source: The Free Thought Project
On August 1st, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)announcedthe beginning of a new campaign —#ThinkBeforeSharing. Intended to help counter and stop the spread of what it claims is harmful disinformation and conspiracy theories online.
They say, quite matter-of-factly,“The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a worrying rise in disinformation and conspiracy theories. Conspiracy theories can be dangerous: they often target and discriminate against vulnerable groups, ignore scientific evidence and polarize society with serious consequences. This needs to stop.”
Later quoting the UNESCO director general who says,
“Conspiracy theories cause real harm to people, to their health, and also to their physical safety. They amplify and legitimize misconceptions about the pandemic, and reinforce stereotypes which can…
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