EPIC FAIL; ''Digital Hate Group's' Campaign to Target and Cancel Health Advocates Backfires In Surge of Complaints

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 ‘Digital Hate’ Group CCDH Fails Epically to Silence & Cancel Health Freedom Advocates 

 

After two well-funded and powerful astroturfing organizations calling themselves the “Center for Countering Digital Hate” and "Anti-Vax Watch" published a document titled, “The Disinformation Dozen: Why Platforms Must Act on Twelve Leading Online Anti-Vaxxers” on March 24th — which received international media amplification across at least 100 different news outlets — a tidal wave of social media responses inundated their posts on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, calling them out for their clearly hypocritical behavior in viciously attacking and defaming 12 prominent health freedom advocates, all of whom expressed concern about the government's draconian responses to the COVID-19 crisis and the emergency use authorization of experimental mRNA vaccines now being given to the public. There are now over 1,000 comments on Facebook alone, expressing anger, disappointment, and a need for accountability from CCDH for their defamatory actions. 

 

 

 

We have taken a screenshot, in case the comments get deactivated or deleted. (March 26th, 2021)

 

Only a week before, we reported on the CCDH publishing a digital hit list including both Greenmedinfo founder Sayer Ji and his wife, holistic psychiatrist and MD, Dr. Kelly Brogan, among 9 others.

 

 

The CCDH, as discussed in the article, The Center for Cancel Culture and Digital Hypocrisy Part 1 and Part 2,

 

“….meet the Commission on Countering Extremism’s definition of so called hateful extremists.” 

 

Additionally, the CEO of CCDH Imran Ahmed recently stated:

 

"I would go beyond calling anti-vaxxers conspiracy theorists to say they are an extremist group that pose a national security risk."

Imran has also called for the criminal prosecution of those he and his organization label “anti-vaxxers," which include anyone from parents of vaccine injured children who share their experiences, opinions, or thoughts publicly, to those like us at Greenmedinfo.com who share peer-reviewed and published research on the underreported, unintended adverse effects of vaccination as per the biomedical literature which you view here. 

 

Considering that the invective “anti-vaxxer” is being applied to anyone who advocates for informed consent, or questions vaccine safety or efficacy and/or refers to peer-reviewed research, government data (VAERS or CDC), or vaccine inserts in raising concerns, Imran’s viewpoint is extreme, to say the least, and implies that the vast majority of our followers might be subject to being labeled as dangerous extremists who should be canceled from the internet and persecuted for expressing their views in the future. For a more elaborate discussion on the way in which the term anti-vaxxer is being used to target, vilify and dehumanize well-meaning and justice seeking individuals, read my recent article titled, "Vaccine Extremism, Hate Speech, and the Well-Beaten Path Towards Genocide."

 

 

 

Tidal wave of social media responses put ‘Digital Hate’ groups' campaign in their place. 

 

Despite the globally coordinated release of over 100 mainstream media articles in the span of two days to amplify CCDH’s agenda to target, defame, and de-platform 12 named prominent health freedom advocates, the two organizations involved as seen no grassroots support for their incredibly well-funded disinformation campaign. To the contrary, thousands of comments have arisen organically, including over 1,000 comments on the Daily Mail's front cover article titled, "The 'disinformation dozen': Two-thirds of anti-vaxx content circulating on Facebook and Twitter can be traced back to just 12 people including Robert F Kennedy Jr, report claims," most of which called out the egregiously diversionary and ad hominen tactics being applied through their "report." 

 

 

Indeed, it appears that the world clearly sees through the ruse. Instead of reporting on the over 35,000 adverse events reported through the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), including 1700 deaths (a system which notoriously underreports the number of adverse events), the media continues to project a narrative that it is 12 “dangerous” “anti-vaxxer” “super spreaders” who are putting the world’s health at risk by daring to reference the fact that people are being harmed by the vaccine — many as a result of the suppression of informed consent. CCDH’s campaign was further utilized to attempt to coerce Big Tech CEOs to increase their suppression of free speech by 12 attorney generals, who on March 24th submitted a letter calling on Facebook and Twitter to remove the 12 named individuals entirely from their services. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/24/attorneys-general-call-on-facebook-and-twitter-to-remove-anti-vaxxers-off-their-services.html

 

12 attorneys general call on Facebook and Twitter to remove anti-vaxxers from their services

 ‘Digital Hate’ Group CCDH Fails Epically to Silence  & Cancel Health Freedom Advocates 

 

After an organization calling itself the “Center for Countering Digital Hate” published a document titled, “The Disinformation Dozen: Why Platforms Must Act on Twelve Leading Online Anti-Vaxxers” — which received international mainstream media amplification across at least 50 different outlets — a tidal wave of social media responses inundated their posts on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, calling them out for their clearly hypocritical behavior in viciously attacking 12 prominent health freedom advocates. There are now over 1,000 comments on Facebook alone, expressing anger, disappointment, and a need for accountability from CCDH for their defamatory actions. 

 

Only a week before, we reported on the CCDH publishing a digital hit list including both Greenmedinfo founder Sayer Ji and his wife, holistic psychiatrist and MD, Dr. Kelly Brogan, among 9 others. The CCDH, as discussed in the article, The Center for Cancel Culture and Digital Hypocrisy Part 1 and Part 2, themselves“….meet the Commission on Countering Extremism’s definition of so called hateful extremists.” 

https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/ccdh-centre-cancel-culture-and-digital-hypocrisy-part-1

 

In fact, the CEO of CCDH Imran Ahmed  recently stated:

 

"I would go beyond calling anti-vaxxers conspiracy theorists to say they are an extremist group that pose a national security risk."

 

 

Considering that the invective “anti-vaxxer” is being applied to anyone who advocates for informed consent, or questions vaccine safety or efficacy and/or refers to peer-reviewed research, government data (VAERS or CDC), or vaccine inserts in raising concerns, Imran’s viewpoint is extreme, to say the least. He has also called for criminal prosecution of these so-called “anti-vaxxers.” 

 

 

Tidal wave of social media responses expose ‘Digital Hate’ group’s FAKE astroturfing campaign as astroturfing par excellence 

 

In the past two days, over 100 mainstream media articles have been released internationally, in a highly coordinated and perhaps unprecedented effort to amplify CCDH’s agenda, in an attempt to further discredit, target, and or de-platform the 12 named individuals, including myself. Instead of reporting on the over 35,000 adverse events reported through the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), including 1700 deaths (a system which notoriously underreports the number of adverse events), the media continues to project a narrative that it is 12 “dangerous” “anti-vaxxer” “super spreaders” who are putting the world’s health at risk by daring to reference the fact that people are being harmed by the vaccine — many as a result of the suppression of informed consent. CCDH’s campaign was further utilized to attempt to coerce Big Tech CEOs to increase their suppression of free speech by 12 attorney generals, who on March 24th submitted a letter calling on Facebook and Twitter to remove the 12 named individuals entirely from their services. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/24/attorneys-general-call-on-facebook-and-twitter-to-remove-anti-vaxxers-off-their-services.html

 

12 attorneys general call on Facebook and Twitter to remove anti-vaxxers from their services

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of GreenMedInfo or its staff.
Sayer Ji
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