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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Does "Covid Unravelled" work as a website name?

 

Or "Covid Exposed" would be better for the purpose of this project?

 

How about an obvious title but one not using any 'key (trigger) words'..? 

It would be a great challenge to get it under the radar and onto Yewtube..  :0)

(as well as Bitchute and BNT) 

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6 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

How about an obvious title but one not using any 'key (trigger) words'..? 

It would be a great challenge to get it under the radar and onto Yewtube..  :0)

(as well as Bitchute and BNT) 

i think it would be good to make a a time lapes or somerhing similar of politician statments 

you know from the start of the plandemic,14 days flattening ect. and here we are a year and half later with a no free travel 

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20 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

How about an obvious title but one not using any 'key (trigger) words'..? 

It would be a great challenge to get it under the radar and onto Yewtube..  :0)

(as well as Bitchute and BNT) 

 

I was thinking more along the lines of a name/domain name for the website. With regards to uploading to video hosting platforms, contributors could just use their own accounts.

 

Any website would of course probably end up being blacklisted from Google search results, no matter what its name was. But a nice concise domain name would be useful for those who may wish to print leaflets and/or White Rose-style 'stickers'.

 

I did of course have a few ideas for website names, and checked for domain name availability earlier, and a few obvious ones are either already in use, or have been acquired and 'parked', for purchase for large sums of money. Funny that!

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7 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Does "Covid Unravelled" work as a website name?

 

Or "Covid Exposed" would be better for the purpose of this project?

 

are we going too narrow there?

 

we might want to do something on something non-covid related as well

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3 hours ago, screamingeagle said:

i think it would be good to make a a time lapes or somerhing similar of politician statments 

you know from the start of the plandemic,14 days flattening ect. and here we are a year and half later with a no free travel 

 

interesting concept....would show how they have blustered and spun this out from 'two weeks to flatten the curve' to a year of lockdowns and social distancing lunacy

 

they are doing the same dance now with this latest 21st june date......the spin has begun as they say 'we may delay it by 2 weeks!' Aye right just 2 weeks is it?

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5 hours ago, ink said:

I thought to make another short vid .... The longest time involved is deciding on what to focus on and the content?

To actually 'make' the video is not very long .... once the information to be included is decided.

 

sounds like we have ourselves an editor!

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On 6/10/2021 at 9:17 PM, Mitochondrial Eve said:

In terms of what I can contribute, I am not as techie as some here but I could perhaps give some ideas as to what sort of clips and other material to include

 

You could also perhaps turn your hand to a bit of writing? Some clear dialogue to really drill down into the key areas...

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3 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

You could also perhaps turn your hand to a bit of writing? Some clear dialogue to really drill down into the key areas...

 

Do you mean in terms of a script for narration? I could try and keep dialogue simple but sometimes can't help but get a bit... long-winded and analytical (especially when it comes to complex topics)... I could give it a go though.

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1 minute ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Do you mean in terms of a script for narration? I could try and keep dialogue simple but sometimes can't help but get a bit... long-winded and analytical (especially when it comes to complex topics)... I could give it a go though.

 

That's ok we can always tweak things but we need a body of text to work with. if you are happy to do that we can then discuss editing if its felt that there's some room for trimming down

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4 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

That's ok we can always tweak things but we need a body of text to work with. if you are happy to do that we can then discuss editing if its felt that there's some room for trimming down

 

I can try and put a "script" together. If it is going to be a series of various aspects of the pandemic, please let me know if there is any particular aspect that should be done first? Is there a preferred order?

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25 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

sounds like we have ourselves an editor!

 

Well I hoped that someone who already has the needed skills would offer?

I was only 'looking' at how it is done to see what the potential difficulties would be .... but if no one will .... then I shall learn to do it :)

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5 hours ago, ink said:

I thought to make another short vid .... The longest time involved is deciding on what to focus on and the content?

To actually 'make' the video is not very long .... once the information to be included is decided.

The software is very good and the end production could be vastly better than I have done in my 2 tests.

 

This one is clips from the UK Gov (just a few .... I have many) .... It is again a test 

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/7bl0Rx3Regbd/

 

 

 

Good content Ink.

 

Here's a powerful speech by the Italian politician Sara Cunial, but it would need to be edited because it's too long.

 

 

 

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Just now, Golden Retriever said:

Here's a powerful speech by the Italian politician Sara Cunial, but it would need to edited because it's too long.

 

 

It is good .... I have it mate :)

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9 hours ago, ink said:

I had a quick look at video editing software this morning .... never used it and so downloaded a program called Shotcut (looks good from my massive experience lol)

 

Knocked together a mainly memes video (all nicked from here) .... be kind it was my first time this morning damned.png.65b82036cfa839caf4678bb4ce666d8f.png

 

Just got published on bitchute ....

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/DbApp3yVpNtV/

 

I know that there must be atleast some members on here who use video editing software and hopefully would help in this idea .... just thought that I would 'look' anyway.

I think the Shotcut software could do all that would be needed and is quite easy to learn (it would seem) ilndksgc.gif.8c713b3e629afb17c673edfe79726249.gif

 

 

Just a suggestion. For me personally when a video has great music and lyrics, (which yours has) I can be distracted from reading the text. Probably

my advanced years, but I prefer calmer music without lyrics.  LIke Local Hero, Dire Straits

 

   

 

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26 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

I can try and put a "script" together. If it is going to be a series of various aspects of the pandemic, please let me know if there is any particular aspect that should be done first? Is there a preferred order?

 

do we think we could cover those points raised above in one clip?

 

in which case a possible topic order could be something like:

 

-PCR fraud

-myth of asymptomatic carriers

-no lethality

-all the above then build upto the point that no virus has been isolated and purified (good offguardian article on that) cos obviously that is a big leap in perception so if it is put first then the whole clip might be dismissed from the get-go

 

then we could mop up by taking a swipe at the ineffectiveness of masks and then pan out to look at the economic agenda playing out with the 'great reset' and the fourth industrial revolution?

 

Its a lot to cover which is why we'd have to keep things tight

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21 minutes ago, ink said:

Well I hoped that someone who already has the needed skills would offer?

I was only 'looking' at how it is done to see what the potential difficulties would be .... but if no one will .... then I shall learn to do it :)

 

I feel you are the man for the job!

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9 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

Probably my advanced years, but I prefer calmer music without lyrics.  LIke Local Hero, Dire Straits

 

once we have the key info for each topic and then format it into dialogue and choose the appropriate images the music (if there is some) may well fall into place because we could try various pieces to the footage and see what gels

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

do we think we could cover those points raised above in one clip?

 

in which case a possible topic order could be something like:

 

-PCR fraud

-myth of asymptomatic carriers

-no lethality

-all the above then build upto the point that no virus has been isolated and purified (good offguardian article on that) cos obviously that is a big leap in perception so if it is put first then the whole clip might be dismissed from the get-go

 

then we could mop up by taking a swipe at the ineffectiveness of masks and then pan out to look at the economic agenda playing out with the 'great reset' and the fourth industrial revolution?

 

Its a lot to cover which is why we'd have to keep things tight

 

It could be done in one video but it would certainly be considerably longer than 2-3 minutes.

 

I totally get the point about not putting isolation of the virus first. It may actually be that asymptomatic transmission should come first as it was this alleged phenomenon that then set the stage for the PCR protocol which was needed because the virus is apparently so insidious that it can be transmitted even without symptoms and therefore needs to be identified via testing.

 

I think that masks don't quite fit in with the other aspects. Pre-planning and behavioural manipulation would be far better fits in my view but perhaps touching on masks in amongst that as a coercive tool with no scientific basis?

 

As for writing the script, I will need to be clear on what videos / websites / documents / memes etc are being included first (and in what order) before I can know what to write so may need to liaise direct with those with such content to include.

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23 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

Pre-planning and behavioural manipulation would be far better fits in my view but perhaps touching on masks in amongst that as a coercive tool with no scientific basis?

 

The behavioural scientist's manipulation of the public, with the help of the MSM is crucial imo. Many people don't like to think they've "been had".

 

Some people felt real fear because of their methods and still do.  I have an acquaintance whose 22 year old daughter is still frightened of leaving their

home in case she contracts Covid.  It's dreadful.

 

I've yet to read Laura Dodswoth book State of Fear, but the Telegraph, RT and possibly others have mentioned it.

 

"Another anonymous member told Dodsworth, “In March [2020] the government was very worried about compliance, and they thought people wouldn’t want to be locked down. There were discussions about fear being needed to encourage compliance, and decisions were made about how to ramp up the fear.” 

Gavin Morgan, one SPI-B psychologist who was prepared to be named, admitted, “Clearly, using fear as a means of control is not ethical. Using fear smacks of totalitarianism. It’s not an ethical stance for any modern government.”  "

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/524167-state-of-fear-psyops-covid-uk/

 

"How the state used behavioural science to scare a nation into submission. We need an inquiry into the use of fear tactics during the pandemic, which has caused immense collateral damage"

Paywall https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/05/30/state-used-behavioural-science-scare-nation-submission/

 

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29 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

It could be done in one video but it would certainly be considerably longer than 2-3 minutes.

 

sure. Obviously the advantage of keeping it from becoming too long is that it is easier to then share with skeptical people who might not sit through a 45 minute documentary but they might sit through a 15 minute clip

 

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I totally get the point about not putting isolation of the virus first. It may actually be that asymptomatic transmission should come first as it was this alleged phenomenon that then set the stage for the PCR protocol which was needed because the virus is apparently so insidious that it can be transmitted even without symptoms and therefore needs to be identified via testing.

 

wait.....you've short circuited my brain there.....there's smoke coming out of my ears!

 

let me just get this right in my head....so are you referring to the droston protocol being created AFTER there were claims of asymptomatic carriers?

 

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I think that masks don't quite fit in with the other aspects. Pre-planning and behavioural manipulation would be far better fits in my view but perhaps touching on masks in amongst that as a coercive tool with no scientific basis?

 

Yes totally the mask thing is down the list of priorities and kinda resolves itself in someones mind if they understand the rest

 

Is the whole build upto wuhan and timeline prior to the outbreak too much for the same clip? Does that need a clip of its own?

 

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As for writing the script, I will need to be clear on what videos / websites / documents / memes etc are being included first (and in what order) before I can know what to write so may need to liaise direct with those with such content to include.

 

absolutely. If we decide our sub categories (and i think we pretty much have) then that gives everyone a hook to hang their chosen bits of info onto

 

For example if we take the PCR test fraud as a sub category we can then lay out all the key pieces relating to that onto the table and have a look at what we have and then discuss what should go in, what should be left out and how things should be presented. So yeah we need to break it all down and compile info as you say before you know what there is to work with

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2 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

The behavioural scientist's manipulation of the public, with the help of the MSM is crucial imo. Many people don't like to think they've "been had

 

Totally! so attention could be drawn to the fact that a large portion of the sage team are not in fact virologists or epidemiologists or microbiologists or immunologists but are in fact BEHAVIOURAL PSYCHOLOGISTS!

 

behavioural psychologists aren't needed to control viruses......they are needed to control peoples minds

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