The District of Columbia (DC) Attorney General (AG) Karl Racine, a Democrat, has subpoenaed Facebook for a wide range of records related to “COVID-19 misinformation” on the platform.
(Article by Tom Parker republished from ReclaimTheNet.org)
The subpoena was filed on June 21 and demands that Facebook identify all groups, pages, and accounts that have violated the platform’s far-reaching COVID-19 misinformation rules.
It also calls for Facebook to release an internal study that looked at vaccine hesitancy among its users. Media reports on this study in March claimed that it showed that non-rule breaking Facebook content may be causing “substantial” harm.
NZ wide, citizens are questioning this official narrative which does not allow for any professional opinion other than what the PM says. This flies completely in the face of sanity and logic. However, NZ Medical professionals, as previously reported here, have received documentation that makes it very clear they are not to depart from the official narrative that the CV VX is ‘safe and effective’. These professionals wish to inform their patients of the very real risks and are not allowed.
“The Medical Council is investigating 13 doctors who may have given misinformation about Covid-19, with prominent experts warning those spreading misinformation should be prepared to lose their jobs…
The complaints follow an open letter by a group of doctors, health professionals and scientists who oppose the Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine. Among the signatories are 33 medical doctors, 100 nurses and 187 members of allied health professions.”
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EWR comment: I personally have been hearing mainstream radio news items warning that doctors in NZ are spreading misinformation about the experimental injection for CV.
A Stuff article states:
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners is calling for patients and doctors to rely on “evidence-based” information to make decisions and give advice about the vaccine.
I am wondering why no reference by mainstream is being made to the “evidence” in the various government data bases, in particular, USA, UK and EUR, the stats of which are being posted regularly at many websites, one in particular, Health Impact News. See our front, News page, right hand column for their latest stats.
NZ lawyer Sue Grey comments: “NZ doctors who have raised concerns about this experimental jab are doing exactly what the law and medical ethics require. https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125411083/covid19-multiple-complaints-over-antivaccine-doctors
For good information on alternatives to the experimental jab, check out www.nzdsos.com ”
For years now, people who should know better have been spreading misinformation about Ihumātao. Now that a deal has been made, it’s time to set the record straight on some of these repeated falsehoods.
Didn’t ‘the iwi’ sell the land in the first place?
Nope, the block of land named the Ōruarangi block was stolen by the government in 1865. The 81 acre block was then granted to the Wallace family in 1867, who sold the land to Fletcher Residential in 2016.
The block was part of more than 1.2 million acres of confiscated land, stretching from Auckland through King Country under the New Zealand Settlements Act, that allowed the confiscation of land belonging to any tribe who were judged to have rebelled against the Queen’s authority. This breached the Treaty of Waitangi. At Ihumātao, 1,100 acres were confiscated. 260 acres were eventually restored to Māori deemed not to have engaged in acts of ‘rebellion’ against the Crown. Ihumātao is stolen land.
Photo: Pania Newton, front and centre of the protectors at Ihumātao. (Photo: Jess Thompson Māori Mermaid) .. @ thespinoff.co.nz
Facebook has published information on a new deep-learning system that analyzes interactions on its platforms and then uses this data to automatically detect what it deems to be “misinformation.”
According to Facebook’s research, “misinformation posts elicit different types of reactions from other accounts than do normal/benign accounts and posts.”
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