The Agenda with Steve Paikin: The Anti-Science Left
TV Ontario | February 26, 2013
The program makes use of the fake “left-right” paradigm, guaranteeing that many in the audience are distracted, split into tribes, comparing so-called “left” and “right” instead of focusing on those with agendas in control of government.
This program basically starts with a set of assumptions about what sensible, well-adjusted people are supposed to “believe” in.
It’s not really about “science” after all.
It’s not about presenting evidence or defending the products of “science” step by step or case by case.
It’s all about “belief” and “faith”.
Do you “believe” in what the Foundation-controlled governments, institutions and media tell you?
Or do you “doubt”?
Do you “believe” in what they call “science”?
All their technologies and theories are lumped together as “science” and the hired agents of the priesthood don’t feel the need to actually make any effort defending “science”.
This program had multiple guests on – no balancing points of view at all. And they were all attacking the unbelievers, the doubters:
- those who question evolution.
- those who question global warming.
- those who question vaccines.
- those who question fluoridation.
- those who question genetically modified food.
The representatives of the corporate government in this program are particularly sensitive about those who avoid vaccines and those who question GMO food.
But as we know, resorting to ridicule and appeal to authority isn’t the basis of any kind of scientific discussion.
The purpose of the program is to defend the various agendas of the authoritarian corporatocracy.
You’re not supposed to have an opposing philosophy. And you’re not supposed to interpret FACTS for yourself and make up your own mind about what you think is safe, or what you want to put in your body, or what you want your children to be exposed to.
THAT’S NOT UP TO YOU.
You are not allowed to ask questions or think for yourselves.
More and more you are not allowed to make choices. Surely, if you can’t convince me of your opinion, I will be allowed to disagree, right? To opt out? No?
So before they finish completing their authoritarian system in which we’re not allowed to ask questions, I have some questions about vaccines:
And I have a lot I could say about all the bankster-paid MERCENARIES called “journalists” who promote them, not to mention politicians.
Everybody out there who just goes along with this criminal system is just fooling themselves or worse. Where do you think it’s going to end up?
On man-made climate change, why do I keep hearing that the earth hasn’t warmed in 15+ years?
Is this not an objective set of data? You don’t mind looking into it or discussing it? You don’t mind if I ask some questions?
If the earth hasn’t warmed in 15 years, does that mean the climate change message is a fraud that’s being used to tax us and control us?
Maybe somebody should be arrested. How’s that for “scientific”?
Or we could just disagree, but please don’t impose carbon taxes on me and raise my energy costs. Am I allowed to remain unconvinced and unharassed? No, not really? Here are some questions about Climate Change
By the way, why do I keep hearing that fluoride is toxic to every organ in our bodies, but they keep dumping this toxic waste in water supplies and calling people who object “crazy”? See my questions about Fluoride
And what about genetically modified food? Is it evil to raise questions about how corporations and governments just want to mix genes together from different species?
Personally I think that’s a dubious thing to do and I’d like the choice to opt out. If it was possible. I guess not!! Ha ha! Because your crap is already in the grocery stores anyway, isn’t it? And you’re not going to let it be labelled, are you? The absence of information and secrecy has something to do with science?
The most emotionally manipulative segment was the environmentalist who renounced his anti-GMO stance. No details, no evidence, just generalities about his personal struggle.
The experts say opposition to GMOs is just a “belief” thing, just some weird religion people have that makes them dislike genetically modified food. In reality, GMO skeptics notice many accounts of health issues related to GMO: