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Always Read Articles from the Bottom Up

by bill - 2020-10-05 - ( life / health / covid )

You should always read politically-sensitive articles from the bottom, up. That way you start with the most salient facts (usually downplayed and put at the bottom).

Take the headline (often misleading) with a grain of salt since that is the conclusion they want you to reach, as well as the pictures of coffins (or whatever scare tactics they use).

Here is the article in question.

See also "How to read the news" by James Corbett.


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"We now have hundreds of thousands of so-called 'cases', 'infections' and 'positive tests' but hardly any sick people. Recall that four fifths (80%) of 'infections' are asymptomatic (1) Covid wards have been by and large empty throughout June, July, August and September 2020. Most importantly covid deaths are at an all-time low. It is clear that these 'cases' are in fact not 'cases' but rather they are normal healthy people."
Read the rest of the article at corbettreport.com/november-open-thread/#comment-96787 from https://needtoknow.news/
DISCLAIMER: We are not medical professionals but can read what they say in the various articles linked on this site. Think for yourself. Make up your own mind.


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