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UN + EUROPEAN COMMISSION + TWITTER + JEWISH CONGRESS https://en.unesco.org/themes/gced/thinkbeforesharing 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. 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 fuel violence and violent extremist ideologies. UNESCO Director-General A new campaign helps you learn how to identify, debunk, react to and report on conspiracy theories to prevent their spread. Check out the infographics and social media pack below and help spread the word that facts matter and no one is to blame. Thinking critically and being informed about conspiracy theories is key to challenging them. This UNESCO campaign is implemented jointly with the European Commission, Twitter and the World Jewish Congress.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/jul/13/john-bolton-planned-coups-donald-trump-january-6 John Bolton, a former national security adviser to Donald Trump and before that ambassador to the United Nations under George W Bush, said on Tuesday he helped plan coup attempts in other countries. Speaking to CNN after the day’s January 6 committee hearing, Bolton said it was wrong to describe Trump’s attempt to stay in power after the 2020 election as a coup. He said: “While nothing Donald Trump did after the election, in connection with the lie about the election fraud, none of it is defensible, it’s also a mistake as some people have said including on the committee, the commentators that somehow this was a carefully planned coup d’etat to the constitution. “That’s not the way Donald Trump does things. It’s rambling from one half-vast idea to another plan that falls through and another comes up.” His host, Jake Tapper, said: “One doesn’t have to be brilliant to attempt a coup.” Bolton said: “I disagree with that, as somebody who has helped plan coups d’etat, not here, but you know, other places. It takes a lot of work and that’s not what [Trump] did. It was just stumbling around from one idea to another. “Ultimately, he did unleash the rioters at the Capitol, as to that there’s no doubt, but not to overthrow the constitution, to buy more time to throw the matter back to the states to try and redo the issue. “And if you don’t believe that you’re going to overreact, and I think that’s a real risk for the committee, which has done a lot of good work.”
His words, not mine, below... https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message5122045/pg1 "So much idiocy all over the board but still the IC community and OPINT folks that keep me here. I spend a lot of my day letting Tards’ know that they are Tards’ and that, in a perfect world, they would have no voice. They are the modern day Tower of Babel. While many idiotic thoughts define them the largest and most absurd is that some unified front controls the world and manipulates everything just so. This is paranoid schizophrenia at its finest. As someone who has met or is one degree of separation from too many powerful and important people to name I can tell you there are cliques and clubs, groups and groupies but no one clique or group runs much of anything. At best a community, like Hollywood, but a country or the planet. No Fucking Way! Open your eyes hackasses. You live in a world of chaos with no human control mechanism. Hope for higher powers and pray for the divine."