You’re censored because “someone might get the wrong idea”
By Jon Rappoport
Recently, I was a guest on a radio show. At one point, I cited a mainstream journal review I have mentioned many times—the famous 2000 Journal of the American Medical Association revelation by Dr. Barbara Starfield, which concluded that the US medical system kills 225,000 people a year in the US.
The interviewer asked whether mentioning this could dangerously convince people not to go to a doctor, when they should see a doctor.
I hadn’t heard that gem in a long time.
—Maybe you shouldn’t talk about this, because it could give people the wrong idea—
I said people could get the wrong idea from many statements.
Getting the wrong idea is a chronic condition. It pops up all the time.
If you refrained from saying something because people might get the wrong idea, you could decide to…
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