Who Are You Going to Believe, Fact-Checkers or Your Lying Ears?

Fact-checkers say WHO's Tedros didn't say what he said

Here is a longer video so that you can see that nothing has been doctored:

Here is the most interesting part. It is intentionally given without a transcript so as not to prejudice what you hear Tedros say:

What did you hear Tedros say?

Did you hear him say:

“It’s better to focus on those groups who have risk of severe disease and deaths rather than, as we some countries are using to give boosters to cil children. Which is not right”

Or did you hear him say:

“It’s better to focus on those groups who have risk of severe disease and deaths rather than, as we some countries are using to give boosters to kill children. Which is not right”

Which one?

Clearly, it is the latter.

So why are we getting booted from Twitter and accumulating strikes on Facebook, for sharing the video and the transcript?

WHO has clarified that Tedros misspoke. Ie, that he did not mean to say what he said. That’s great, but that doesn’t change what *he did say*.

“What occurred on Monday at the WHO press conference during his delivery of the word “children” is that he got stuck on the first syllable “chil” and it came out sounding like “cil/kil,” the World Health Organization said in a statement to PolitiFact. “He then correctly pronounced the same syllable immediately after, with it coming out audibly as “cil-children”. Any other interpretation of this is 100% incorrect.”

Okay great, he didn’t mean what he said, but why are we getting censored for reporting what he actually did say?

No, that’s a lie. That is *exactly* what the WHO Director-General said. That he meant to say something else is a different matter that does not change what the words he actually uttered mean.

I can believe that Tedros did not mean what he said. That it was either a Freudian slip or a lapse stemming from his atrocious level of English. But what he meant or did not mean does not change what words came out of his mouth, and what those words mean in the English language.

We didn’t say that children were being killed by boosters. We reported that the WHO chief just uttered words to that effect. So where’s the falsehood?

Bizarrely COVID freaks can utter something deemed false and it is we who will get censored and kicked off modern communications for reporting on their words.

But here is the thing, the “using boosters to kill children” statement was given at a press conference to the media. All the media in attendance heard the exact thing all the rest of us heard. Why wasn’t Tedros challenged on what he meant by his statement right there and then?

You have a media so protective of the COVID brain disease that they seek clarification from the WHO chief when he utters something so explosive, and then to make up for it, they’ll persecute the rest of us who aren’t interested in preemptively sweeping explosive utterances under the rug as loyal soldiers of the cult.

You’ve got imbeciles, who are furthermore dishonest, trying to gaslight you and trying to rape language itself to do it.

Nothing was “misconstructed”. Nobody is a mind reader. We can only go by what words mean in the English language. Don’t you love it when the IQ-95 brigade is trying to gaslight you?
CORRECT. That’s exactly what he said

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steve kastl
steve kastl
23 days ago

He told the truth in a Freudian slip. The vaccine kills everyone; some immediately and some 3years later.

edwardi
edwardi
23 days ago
Reply to  steve kastl

God I hate to uptick your comment. I just watched an MD say just that and explain how and why physically it would happen.

nnn
nnn
22 days ago

Zionist mafia running the show

Helga Weber
Helga Weber
22 days ago

It is time to leave facebook and twitter. We lived without them before and it was okay.

Maiasta
Maiasta
21 days ago
Reply to  Helga Weber

I think the ‘enlightened’ folk who continue to use these platforms do so in order to reach the sleeping masses. But i’m not sure it’s of any use anymore. Twitter in particular, is a terrible forum for the exchange of ideas, and that was true even when Twitter wasn’t censoring one side of a debate. But in general, the electronic world is not ‘wired’ for the real conversations required in order to reach people. For those, we need to return to face-to-face interactions.

Ultrafart the brave
Ultrafart the brave
21 days ago

This is an open-and-shut case.

To his credit, Tedros will ultimately be proven correct as the “booster shots” are injected into millions of toddlers and infants around the world, and they start dropping like flies.

Sucks to be right.

Anti-Empire