COVIDeo Digest

Posted on August 2, 2020. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

“The first one to plead his cause seems right,

Until his neighbor comes and examines him.”

 Proverbs 18:17 (New King James Version)

In the interest of hearing other viewpoints, COVIDeo Digest is a “Readers Digest” in video form about the SARS-COV-2 virus and its potential infection, Covid-19. It is a collection of excerpts from nine important videos on the virus. In just under two hours you will see some important background information and then see other important selections. You will conclude with the question of reopening schools. The two hours is a fraction of the time necessary to watch all the videos in their entirety, but will give you a coherent overall view of the pandemic and a proper response to it. You may well want to watch some of the selections in their entirety once you have an overall perspective. The original sources are listed in each selection. A list of further resources completes COVIDeo Digest.

Key to the value of this video digest is the opening selection where you watch “over the shoulders” of Dr. Fauci (and other leaders of the NIH, CDC, HHS, and FDA) a presentation that was given to them at the National Institutes of Health in 2018. During the presentation questions are asked of these Public Health leaders. You will be better able to evaluate the advice they give to our nation as you hear their responses to important questions and compare your own response to the same questions as you go through the presentation.

To watch COVIDeo Digest  and othersGo to   BrightEon.com/channels/robbjerk/    

and search for the video you want to watch.

Each of the entire videos from which COVIDeo Digest was compiled, as well as other important videos, will eventually be posted there in case you should have any problem trying to watch them in their original location. I suggest trying the original location first to give the original authors the viewership due their efforts.

In about an hour you can also watch The CORRECT Response to Covid-19: Dolores Cahill PhD, Molecular Biologist/Immunologist for an interview with an eminently qualified scientist who worked, among many other things at the Max Planck Institute in Germany. She has experience in level 3 and 4 viral labs and has developed a safe and effective vaccine without harmful adjuvants. If only we would have had this kind of advice from the start. . .

If you want a great introduction in less than ten minutes, watch the video from Dr. Brian Procter from McKinney, Texas. For a comprehensive and very convincing discussion of masks, watch the video about Two PPE Protection and Testing Professionals. They have 38 years of PPE training and testing experience in industry, medical situations, and the military. It’s worth the length of the presentation to hear so many aspects covered by well-qualified professionals. These ladies are well-versed on all the OSHA regulations on masks and respirators.

Added 09-25-2020: Since YouTube is even censoring former U.S. Representative and three-time presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul, we need an alternative that doesn’t censor alternative views. Brighteon.com is such a platform. Although it might be called “the wild west” of video platforms, since most anything goes (not porn), you need to exercise discernment and verify claims being made. But there is a wealth of highly credible information that mainstream platforms censor because it does not follow the establishment narrative. I’d suggest spending some time there to see what you are missing on the censored platforms. If you want a platform to post videos that won’t be censored for political (or other types of) correctness, you can start one for free. If you already have a YouTube account and want an alternative and backup, consider brighteon.com. I have a channel which I created because YouTube and Facebook censored or suppressed too much. Here’s my channel:  www.brighteon.com/channels/robbjerk.  An alternative for Twitter is https://parler.com/.  I think a nicer, free platform than Facebook is MeWe.com .  Of course you may have all your friends on Facebook, but as Facebook already told us, they are going to be tougher on what they allow starting Oct. 1,  and will be very picky about what is allowed before and after the election. You may want to get an alternative means of communicating going now and bring some friends with you even if you stay on Facebook where most everyone is. But remember, FB determines who sees what you post, and it is said that they shadow ban, which means you can what you posted, but many others can’t. I am on MeWe.com here if anyone wants to join me:  www.mewe.com/i/robertbjerk1
If you use Google as a search engine, their algorithms are not based purely on subject and popularity. If you want an unmalipulated search engine try DuckDukeGo to really find what’s out there. You won’t have to scroll through multitudes of pages to finally get to the exact terms you entered.
A free alternative to gmail is gmx.com. It works just as well but at least takes some of the clout away from the dominating tech platforms. Finally, for a great alternative news source that gives you news from all sides and from around the world, try www.whatfinger.com . With that you can do your own fact-checking by looking at other sources yourself.
I hope this is helpful for getting past those who want ot spoon feed you only what they want you to know.  Rob Bjerk
PS I should also mention a new kid on the block, ise.media

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