February 4, 2021 (Viz Release) – – There is no science behind WHO and government policies regarding Covid19. These policies are baseless. As show by a growing body of research and experience, masks, lockdowns and vaccines do not work, and can even bear negative consequences for public and individual health.
Despite censorship on social media, there is growing public awareness, thanks for a wide part to the work of lucid and courageous whistleblowers, that these policies will eventually destroy the economy, disaggregate the middle class and sacrifice the youth.
As a consequence, these policies must be repealed as soon as possible.
It is also increasingly clear that these policies are no sanitary ones, but eventually aim at restructuring the economy in order to prepare for the advent of a new world social order. That order would favor the interests of the oligarchy. A new international class front opposes the tiny but ultra-rich upper class and their technicians (experts or politicians), on the one hand, to the rest of the population, on the other hand.
It is time to lift the so-called sanitary measures and to completely reopen our economies. We must be able to produce, trade, travel, and socialize again without any restrictions. Government must be at the service of the citizens, not the opposite. The best government is a limited one that respect civil liberties and serves society. Government can educate, subsidize, urge, suggest, recommend; it may not dictate opinion or suspend freedom.
It is also urgent to rein in censorship on the big tech social media platforms. These platforms are not competent to determine what is true and what is not, and it is not their role to do so. Instead they should be the place where diverse opinions can be expressed. Too much power concentrated in their hands is dangerous for our democracies, and the way they use this power is inappropriate. It is time to restore our civil liberties, even though to achieve this goal we have to break these corporations up.
The Social Capital Foundation, Brussels, Belgium