24 May 2021 - 1:35 pm
The Scottish Government and Education Scotland has provided their schools and further education providers with some helpful pointers in a document (mirror) titled “How extremists are using COVID-19 to promote disinformation, misinformation, and conspiracy theories”. If you thought for a moment this was warning about ideological extremists in Government that are using misinformation, disinformation and conspiracy theories about a fake pandemic called COVID-19 to push world and life changing polices to turn the planet into a giant technocratic slave plantation, you’re unfortunately incorrect.
This “briefing note” is aimed at “senior leaders, teachers” and without a trace of irony, “safeguarding leads” to highlight the additional “radicalisation risks for children and young people and recommended actions that settings can consider”. They helpfully define what disinformation, misinformation, and conspiracy theories are. The term “Conspiracy Theory” is defined as:
These offer a simplifying model for things that cannot be explained or easily understood. They typically involve an ‘alternative’ explanation for an event or situation to those provided by governments and official international bodies, sometimes suggesting a group, individual or organisation is responsible or hiding information from the publicPage 1 – https://education.gov.scot/media/lk2brb4y/how-extremists-are-using-covid-20-10-20.pdf
As we’re at a point where terms and words are being redefined at will to suit the current narrative as it stands on any given day, this is of course complete garbage on many levels. Often the official “explanation” for an event or situation is a simplifying model that leaves out or obscures inconvenient facts that are indisputable. There are plenty of examples of this. The implicit statement that there is no valid alternative to the explanations from “governments and official international bodies” and the idea that they could hide information can be dismissed with the obviously pejorative “Conspiracy Theory” label is nonsense.
They go on to list a bunch of “prominent extremist narratives relating to the pandemic” that the Commission for Countering-Extremism have allegedly found. The first five are your standard fare… Anti-Semitism, Anti-Muslim, Anti-Chinese, Daesh-inspired anti-West narratives and of course “Extreme right-wing conspiracies”. None of those are actually prominent narratives that anyone concerned about the COVID fraud talks about or believes. There are likely some fringe elements that believe aspects of them but they don’t represent the majority of people who understand and recognise Globalist tyranny when they see it, even if it is dressed up in the ceremonial garb of a “Global Pandemic”.
The one in the list that is noteworthy, and only because it actually tells you what the real concern is, is this:
Wider conspiracy theories relating to 5G, test and protect and anti-vax, which can be detrimental to public health messaging.
Yes, that’s correct. If you have any concerns about 5G, the Government wanting to track and trace your every move or the idea that mandatory vaccinations are a bad thing (see the latest definition of “anti-vaxxer” by Merriam-Webster) then you are included in the same category as Islamic terrorists and Anti-Semites and you are a threat to “public health messaging”, AKA State Propaganda.
Naturally it’s claimed the “education sector is best placed to understand the needs of their learners” and are encouraging new measures to assess the “radicalisation risk to children and young people”. The Government has helpfully provided a “list of useful resources” to “help students identify misleading content” and reduce the chances of “radicalisation”, or in other words, here is a list of Authority approved sources for thoughts you’re allowed to have. Unsurprisingly the list is made up of Government websites, the BBC and various Trusts that are connected to the Royal Family or State funding. Oh and of course, the UN.
The idea that having any concern about the provably fraudulent nature of this “pandemic”, or that the Government is acting in any way incorrectly or that legally forced injections are wrong puts you on a list that also includes racist hate groups is just mad. Equating the desire for bodily autonomy and freedom to choose, with wanting to bomb the West or hatred of Chinese/Muslim/Jewish people is so utterly bonkers it almost defies belief it is a thing. But it is a thing, and the people behind this will stop at nothing to silence dissenting thoughts and indoctrinate our children.
Home education has never looked like a better bet for the future, because however daunting the idea might be, however inadequate you might feel to be able to teach your children, you will be better at it than the State schools and the ideologues pushing education policy.