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psa: i am planning to reduce the activity on this account. i'll explain why. thread
two days ago i released a bombshell tweet exposing the shenanigans that the pharma companies and academia play in order to suppress toxicity data related to novel therapies. this is the tweet, with the hashtag #placentagate https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1637273646212448257
the #placentagate tweet was then completely suppressed by twitter in a new shadowbanning technique that rendered the tweet invisible even to people who tried to click on it. there was something special about this, so we dubbed it #placentagategate https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1637721397240950784
the extent of suppression was intense and after about 24 hours (peak time for a tweet) the tweet "deletion" - affecting most countries - was removed and the tweet then flew, but only after a prompt. [thank you for those mice who responded to the call]https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1637772096091860994
the tweet eventually got 500k views and 1800 retweets, which is 0.4% as with every tweet (thread) of this sort the pro-pharma lobby sends in their minions (including the #muttoncrew trolls) who are easy enough to spot.
but this time, we had people who are not supposed to be affiliated with pharma, supposedly "our side" people trying to undermine the thread. this is in addition to the onslaught from twitter and the pharma trolls. https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1638010712378445825
i actually respect being challenged and corrected, it makes us think. but i can spot detractors and this was a distraction (because it had no substance). criticism on the basis of strawman arguments is typical pharma troll behaviour. https://twitter.com/emily_burns_v/status/1637846673073352711
when i see distractions i call them out. this won't go down well with everyone. i am usually polite. but look who joins in. what john is saying here is: "hey, even if you're right about this really important thing, don't say anything because [unknown person] is on our side"
nobody pushes back so where does that leave me? fighting pharma, twitter, govt and "our team". and then if i catch them out, i need to shut up. john got only 14 likes for that post but more than the number of people that came out to voice their support - of 972 who saw it.
so therein lies the rub. how many people are prepared to stand up with us? well if you remember i did a poll thread a week or so ago. here it is https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1629946559860473856
i did this because i was conscious of the huge amount of work that people like myself, @charlesrixey, @fynnderella1, @_heartofgrace_ and many others (i can't possibly name them all) put in to bring out data and information that exposes the hypocrisy and lies about #covid
none of us ask for payment for this but it takes a huge amount of time. 20-40 hours a week. we also put ourselves at considerable risk. we have been doing this for 3 years.
the #pregnancy and #miscarriage tweet thread referred to above had 247,000 views and only 603 retweets. it took 4 hours of direct work (bringing together references, making images etc) on the day and months of preparatory work to put together. https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1629675760142405632
yet only 10% of people read to the second tweet. this dwindled to about 3% for the end of the thread. the thread would have taken about 5 minutes to read. 90% of people couldn't be bothered. but it gets worse.
the poll was intended to see why readers didn't retweet, and overwhelmingly this was because they chose not to or rarely retweet. most people answering were followers
so the truth of the matter is that, however much work we (scientists, doctors, data analysts) put in, and however much those following complain about the terrible things that the biomedical fascista have imposed on us.... very few people care enough to do anything.
what i mean is, that despite all this work (hours, days, months) that we put in, over 99% of people don't care enough to retweet (10 seconds) or read more (1 - 5 minutes). no wonder they managed to achieve what they did. apathy.
we have been fighting a 3-year battle against a machine that has unlimited funds and unlimited resources. there are probably less than 50 people who are providing you scientific data to push back with. worldwide.
it is like running a marathon and finding that the crowd decided to go home because it was raining. the few remaining decide to throw eggs. and then, when nobody runs marathons any more the people that went home say "where did all the marathons go?"
and just to add insult to injury, at 20 miles your team mate trips you up on purpose. then john, your other team mate, says "don't sweat it jikster, we're all on the same side - dontyaknow?"
and while you're at home, watching the tv, you can ask yourself "where did that marathon running mouse go?" so i think i'll have a rest. and maybe i'll stay rested, and see how many people miss the marathon runners enough to get a little bit wet.