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Why the Disinterest?
Written by Jeff Green
Why the Disinterest?
Written by Jeff Green
I find myself perplexed by the apparent lack of interest within the science and truth communities in disseminating crucial information about the true nature of viruses to the general public. Despite my earnest efforts to reach out to individuals in these communities, I have encountered an alarming disinterest in sharing this vital knowledge with their respective audiences. I am frequently advised to contact various individuals, yet I often encounter radio silence or a complete lack of interest when I do.
It is disheartening to witness the consistent pattern of being ignored or brushed off as individuals claim to be “too busy” to engage with this matter. Then, some of them rant about just how important this topic is, while hypocritically taking no action.
One cannot help but wonder when individuals will step up to the plate and take on the responsibility of conveying this information in a meaningful way.
Furthermore, I have noticed that the individuals who do mention this information tend to lose interest quickly, moving on to other much less important topics without engaging in further discussions. This is partly due to the fact that those people simply do not understand the depth of what I am imparting. This lack of sustained attention is disheartening. Additionally, within the community itself, there is a noticeable lack of participation and sharing of my articles.
Nevertheless, I am sincerely appreciative of the small number of individuals who actively support and participate in my endeavors and share my work.
The question that continues to perplex me is: why is there such a complete blackout surrounding this information? Furthermore, I have come to realize that some individuals who attempt to utilize my work, essentially riding on the back of my extensive research and efforts, often vehemently disagree with what they perceive as my "radical" approaches to diet and nutrition. It is important to recognize that a comprehensive understanding of viruses and the microbiome requires a foundational understanding of the human body, its biology, and biochemistry. Without that, one will never understand the purpose of viruses or microorganisms. Regrettably, these individuals offer their fruitless opinions, yet fail to grasp the depth of my perspective and why I say what I say.
Moreover, I have been approached in the past for interviews, but each time, those individuals have reneged on their commitments and never followed up again. It is disheartening to experience this lack of reliability and professionalism. Perhaps, in general, people are simply unreliable or lack the motivation to delve into important and complex subjects, or, are afraid that their agendas or personal worldview will be affected if they do so.
It is possible that many individuals in these communities are hesitant to align themselves with someone who challenges the notion of viral contagion. Their reluctance may stem from a fear of being associated with unconventional ideas. Moreover, I believe there is an underlying fear that engaging with my perspective may expose gaps in their knowledge within their respective fields. This fear of appearing uninformed or inadequate in their expertise could be a significant factor in their disinterest or avoidance of this topic.
Also worth noting, is that there seems to be a distinct agenda propagated by a specific group of individuals who actively claim that viruses do not exist. This group has managed to infiltrate various communities and has influenced less discerning writers and researchers. As a result, they have garnered a significant influence over individuals who would otherwise be open to receiving the information I present. Unfortunately, if I were to assert the existence of viruses, those individuals with personal agendas would disassociate themselves from me. Consequently, they persist in disseminating irrelevant and insignificant stories that cater to their limited audience.
A significant number of these individuals are primarily focused on running a business, utilizing their platform as a means to promote and sell (mostly useless) products to their audience, and using false talking points to do so. Their primary objective often revolves around maximizing profits rather than genuinely informing and educating themselves and their followers. Consequently, their talks and presentations are carefully tailored to align with their commercial interests. Unfortunately, many individuals in their audience are those who would have been receptive to the information I have to share. However, they have been led astray by the aforementioned false information.
Instead of seeking the truth and understanding the intricacies of the subject matter, these individuals continue to perpetuate falsehoods through sweeping generalizations. Their actions hinder the pursuit of accurate knowledge and impede meaningful discourse. By prioritizing their own agendas over the pursuit of truth, they contribute to the perpetuation of misinformation and the distortion of scientific understanding. This approach not only misleads their audience but also undermines the credibility of genuine scientific research and inquiry.
It is disheartening to witness the perpetuation of such narratives, as it obstructs the progress towards a comprehensive understanding of viruses and their impact on human health.
It is imperative to challenge these misleading narratives and encourage an open-minded approach to scientific exploration, free from personal agendas and indoctrination. Instead, I am often met with firm opinions and discouragement when it comes to addressing those responsible for perpetuating this misinformation and disinformation. It seems that these individuals are afraid to take the necessary steps to uncover the truth and present it to the public. Consequently, they feel entitled to dictate what I should do and how I should respond to those who propagate fraudulent information.
This behavior reflects a reluctance to confront the issue head-on and a lack of willingness to challenge the status quo. By attempting to dictate my actions and responses, these individuals, who claim to be on my side, undermine the principles of independent inquiry and critical thinking. Instead of seeking the truth and actively countering disinformation, they resort to never lifting a finger and actually end up stifling alternative perspectives as a result of their inaction. Rather than actively participating in the discussion, those who claim to be on my side often remain passive observers, never fully committing to taking a definitive stance.
It’s certainly a good thing we’re not on the battlefield, or we’d most assuredly lose the war.
It is important for those in my readership to make an effort to engage and pique the interest of these individuals in this work. Ultimately, for any meaningful change to occur, the truth community must exert genuine effort in disseminating this information to the people.
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