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Red flags and the state-pharma nexus

At the Munich Security Conference this week, Bill Gates stated he was saddened that natural immunity, not Promethean or paternalistic science, has effectively ended Covid. Just say it, Bill, natural immunity is superior, and science knows this about a virus. Well, hello to another week’s report from planet Crazyland. 🤪

We have found ourselves in foreign political company throughout this epidemic for being courageous – or foolish – enough to question the government-pharma revolving door. This is something we’ve long thought of as important critical work to be done by anyone interested in examining global power relations and what makes a fair and just world.

Our video this week takes a dive into left-right binaries, the anti-mandate movement, and the collusion between the state and the pharmaceutical industry.

As always we welcome your comments.

Hoping your crazy is not too crazy, and you have plenty of nuance, love and diverse relations in your life.
Signing off from here for now,
Artist as Family x

Here are our references (in order of appearance):

Division, politics and love in Australia

In this video we present stories of discrimination and loss, shared from our hometown of Daylesford in Djaara country. These accounts propelled us to join tens of thousands of protestors in Canberra, in Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples’ countries, where we also recorded stories of grief, resistance and of love.

Once again, the corporate media portrayed protestors in Canberra as violent, stupid and far right. This video tells a more human story, from people who were actually there.

We value your stories too, and look forward to reading your comments below.

A call to action: We have lost 40% of our audience this week as YouTube banned us for three months because of our last video, so we urge you to please share our stories.

As the official narrative crumbles, the info war is stepping up. In this week’s video Patrick asks, “Where is the left? Some human rights abuses are OK and some are not?” It was a plea for more diverse political representation. Well, lo and behold, yesterday The Guardian published its first reasonable piece on those of us marginalised by medical colonialism, segregation and stigmatisation. Better late than never… ‘noble lies,’ indeed. This may be an indication that the hit pieces published by The Guardian might stop and they might start to report fairly (diversely) on what’s actually going on. They even allowed the ‘lab leak’ theory to be voiced favourably in this opinion piece. Wow! However, we’re not getting our hopes up just yet. The Guardian has a difficult u-turn to make so there is a long way to go before we see real transparency and nuance return to their reporting, especially as millions of dollars flow from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to The Guardian. In fact in 2021, Bill Gates bankrolled select progressive media outlets to the tune of $319 million, including the UK’s Guardian and BBC, as well as US medias CNNNBCNPR, the AtlanticNew York Public RadioPBS, and others. Surprise, surprise. These are the very medias that have been the most vaccine fanatical and have turned a blind eye to a nuanced or alternative Covid narrative.

We may not be able to change the big picture as quickly as we might want, but we can all help contribute to the healing in our families and communities. The best way we know to do this? By sharing stories, by being vulnerable, by deep listening and questioning everything published in the corporatised media.

Thank you for joining us on this journey, as we all navigate our way through what is happening together.

With love,
Artist as Family

Following the science (and why swimming pool segregation is a red flag in any era)

Why does public swimming pool segregation keep appearing in moments of governmental tyranny? In this week’s video we explore the unfolding science, ideology and politics of the Covid era and reveal science under a different kind of microscope.

We welcome your diverse, respectful and generative comments below. Here are the links we reference (in order of appearance; all accessed on 8 Feb 2022):

We hope this material is goodly compost for your unfolding thinking around SARS-CoV-2 and its many human responses.

Signing off for this week,
Artist as Family

UPDATE: The segregation continues. YouTube just took down this same video on their platform, stating we ‘may’ have violated their guidelines.

This is what we wrote in our appeal…