COVID Propaganda Roundup: Ultra-Cringe Children’s Edition
By Ben Bartee - November 17, 2021

The latest updates on the “new normal” – chronicling the lies, distortions, and abuses by the ruling class.

Children have no mental faculties to resist indoctrination. They can’t separate fact from fiction. The Neoliberal Church©, eager for new converts, capitalizes on their vulnerabilities.

Via The Psychological Processes and Consequences of Fundamentalist Indoctrination:

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”

-Proverbs, 22:6

The child receives his Neoliberal Church© communion from the Medical Priestess

To shape their worldviews that solidifies and maintain themselves into adulthood, children rely on trusted figures, whether actual or fictional. Again, it’s all the same to their undeveloped, uncynical minds. Hence…

Big Bird Gets Vaxxed Up

Sanjay Gupta got wrecked on Joe Rogan’s show when pressed about his employer’s indefensible Ivermectin “horse dewormer” lies (just one of the more high-profile battles in the larger Ivermectin Information War).

To make up for his public embarrassment, Sanjay decided to take his propaganda to a more receptive audience: children who enjoy Sesame Street.

CNN Celebrates Big Bird’s Vaxxing, Labels Critics ‘Trolls’

Sen. Ted Cruz accurately characterized CNN’s Big Bird theatre production for children “government propaganda.” However, Cruz left out the “Big Pharma” half of the equation – probably because he raked in millions of “healthcare industry” dollars in the past five years.

But that’s neither here nor there.

An interchangeable CNN talking head, in turn, dutifully read his script off of his teleprompter to label Cruz a “troll.”

Respect the Science©. An anthropomorphic “six-year-old walking, talking yellow bird with long orange legs” who runs a daytime children’s television program to distract kids so the suburban housewife or bored babysitter or whoever is in charge can sneak into the garage for a smoke break is in charge now.

Up next from Sesame Street:

Pfizer Ad: Children Who Get Vaxxed Are ‘Superheroes’

Via Pfizer:

“All of us want to be superheroes, and the most important heroes are those that help others. This year, thousands of kids like us around the world joined the COVID-19 vaccine trial, and when they did, they became our superheroes.”

CNN: ‘Kids Ask Dr. Fauci When They Can Hug Grandma Again’

Last year, a COVID slave with aspirations of an acting career for her child propped him out in front of some CNN cameras to give a teary-eyed appeal.

He asked Warlord Fauci if he would be allowed to give his grandmother “a hundred hugs” at Christmastime.

In his benevolence, Warlord Fauci granted that children could hug grandma under certain stringent conditions:

  • They are in the intergenerational “immediate household” (i.e., the child lives with grandma Third World-style)
  • Grandma or the child haven’t been traveling in any airports or train stations
  • Grandma and child are each strapped up with masks

This year, when asked basically the same question, Fauci said it was “too soon to tell” if Christmas might be nixed.

Obviously, the ability to celebrate holidays depends on the peasants’ good behavior (compliance with the vaxx agenda). We operate in America now on the reward system, like they use in prison parole hearings. That’s how Science© works.

White House Press Office: Children’s Hospitals Hosting Vaxx Events With ‘Stickers, Pets, and Stuffed Animals’ to Lure Them Inside

Via the November 10 WH COVID-⁠19 Response Team and Public Health Officials briefing:

“Across the country, 114 children’s hospitals are now offering [child] vaccinations and engaging their communities, with many hosting family-friendly vaccination events featuring stickers, pets, and stuffed animals.”

Translation: “…Get in the van, little girl. I’ve got lollipops and puppies. We’re going for a ride to Disneyland.”

Canadian Bus Ad Campaign: ‘Kids Have Strokes Too’

Actual science before the 2021 COVID vaxx stabbing spree via Journal of Child Neurology: “Estimates of pediatric stroke incidence in the United States range from 1.3 to 5.4 per 100,000 children.

Which begs the question: “why the need for a public information campaign for child strokes?”

The “fact checkers” (known plagiarizers and reflexive regurgitators of the corporate state narrative) would have you believe this ad campaign is just a totally unrelated effort on some do-gooders’ part to sound the alarm about the serious public health risks of child strokes – all 1.3/100,000 of them.

Maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t – either way, the campaign serves to move the goalposts of expectations, so that childhood strokes become “normal.” Lest you believe the government sincerely cares about the health of children, this goalpost-moving is the true benefit.

If the bus ad campaign is a genuine grassroots project, even better. If so, it provides the plausible deniability that the corporate state is actively injecting the “kids have strokes” narrative in the public consciousness. This represents a variation of the common political tactic known as astroturfing.

Much in the same vein, via the New York Times:

Such tactics erect a mirage of pro-vaxx, pro-lockdown, pro-mask popular support by paying off “influencers” to peddle their influence for cash.

In this way, the ruling class engineers a normalcy bias, so that when your kid suffers a stroke or develops myocarditis due to Pfizer’s injections, you will already have been conditioned to accept it as “normal.” In turn, you will be less likely to react as you should to the act of aggression:

Your child will get vaxxed up, develop a blood clot that turns into a stroke (an exponentially greater threat to children than COVID itself), and you’ll shrug your shoulders: “What can you do, sometimes kids have strokes.”

And, God willing, somebody still attached to reality will be around to snap you out of it. He’ll say: “the vaxx army is coming to inject your children with experimental gene therapies they don’t need.”

What are we willing to do about it?

At this point, the nightmare only ends one way.

Ben Bartee is a Bangkok-based American journalist with opposable thumbs. Follow his stuff via his blog, Armageddon ProseSubstack, or Patreon.

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