Report on the dismal failure of governments

sunjor
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Report on the dismal failure of governments

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This report is from Canada but the bits I have read equate to what has been happening here, it's quite long and if you have the knowledge and interest worth reading otherwise just the summary is worth reading. If anyone thinks this is biased or the source unreliable please post.

https://www.juliusruechel.com/2021/05/t ... ml#Summary

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It is a great analysis. The whole of it shows, not merely, the failure of governments but precisely why government fails: they are compromised by outside institutions. Pfizer was bankrupted by laws suits brought against them in the US yet pays money to Biden, the corporate institutional apparatus and the governmental institutional apparatus are complicit in the establishment of the context in which technology is applied. As the data shows, their decisions were never informed by the data which paints a very clear picture of precisely why lockdown and the rest of it were irrelevant. So, why has the global state apparatus done what it has? Obviously the virus is just a vehicle they are using to bring about other goals.

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This is why they fail:

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/dr-astri ... REEDN.html

The institutions just becomes means of mobilising interests via acting on social reality to make realisable states of affairs that benefit the key players. Public health is clearly a highly abstracted entity, the agencies who constitute its meaning just use it another sphere of economic and political action. One realises how almost everything, institutionally, becomes a conduit of the institutional interests fusing their personal, private, aggregative interests with abstracted notions concerning the public. Highly institutionally, practically, abstracted forms can be used to pursue interests and the effects ignored. You see this markedly with the pandemic where extraordinarily inhumane behavioural forms have been instituted (for example with relatives unable to touch their dying relatives) under the guise of protecting the public. I think a good deal of the roots of this are the divides within the society and the professionalisation of public health, you see a marked division between care-providers and practitioners and the public health establishment.

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