Von der Leyen Thinks Citizens of EU Countries Should Be Vaccinated Against Wrongthink

by Vern Evans

This article was originally published by Rhoda Wilson at The Daily Exposé.

Speaking at the Copenhagen Democracy Summit earlier this month, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen suggested the audience think of information manipulation as a virus and then said it’s better to vaccinate than treat the infection.

At the Copenhagen Democracy Summit, von der Leyen pontificated that “research has shown that pre-bunking is more successful than de-bunking. Pre-bunking is the opposite of de-bunking. In short, prevention is preferable to cure.”

Pre-bunking is an approach based on the psychological theory of “inoculation,” which suggests that exposing people to weakened doses of misinformation can help them develop “mental antibodies” against false news.

An example of how pre-bunking might be applied is the use of tools such as free online games.  In 2020, UK researchers published the results of several studies they had conducted using an “online misinformation game” called ‘Bad News’. For your and your children’s sake, we encourage you to read about the ‘Bad News’ psychological experiments HERE.  Also, browse through THIS website to get an indication of how they are trying to gain acceptance of and normalize the use of inoculation theory on populations under the guise of combatting “misinformation.”

The obvious problem with games such as ‘Bad News’ is we cannot know what subliminal messages will be implanted into our subconscious minds while playing them.  At what point do such games constitute psychological, behavioral, thought, or mind control?  The use of coercive and intrusive strategies to psychologically manipulate or brainwash people doesn’t seem to concern von der Leyen, on the contrary, she seems enthusiastic about the idea.

“Think of information manipulation as a virus,” she said. “Instead of treating an infection once it has taken hold, that’s the de-bunking, it is better to vaccinate so that our body is inoculated. Pre-bunking is the same approach. Because disinformation relies on people passing it on to others – it is essential that people know what malign information’s influence is and what the techniques look like.”

You can watch von der Leyen’s full speech below.  We have embedded the video to begin with her fallacious remarks above. You can read a transcript of von der Leyen’s speech HERE.

Copenhagen Democracy Summit: A Strong Europe in the World | Ursula von der Leyen, 14 May 2024 (17 mins)

Little does von der Leyen realize but most of us know what influence malign information can have and we don’t need their computer games to train us to detect it.  There are millions of people dead and millions more injured from state-sanctioned malign information about COVID and its “vaccine.”  Added to that are the non-pharmaceutical interventions imposed by governments in response to COVID-19 that have caused untold harm to physical and mental health, relationships, education, incomes, and economies.

The unelected European Commission President is herself guilty of malign information and its influence has been felt all across the European Union.

During Covid, the European Union rolled out a bloc-wide quick response (“QR”) code system as proof of vaccination for travel, leisure, and in some cases a condition of employment – even as reports started raising doubts about how “safe and effective” the covid injection really was. “It’s like there was this interest in Brussels to move fast in getting shots into arms as quickly as possible, and setting up this digital identity system linked to jab status before the scary music stopped or people just tuned it out,” RT reported at the end of last month.

The affair of von der Leyen’s COVID-19 vaccine deals with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla through text messages and the struggle for transparency and accountability has been dubbed PfizerGate.  We’ve reported on this scandal several times but for those who are not familiar with it, RT recently summed up how PfizerGate unfolded:

Von der Leyen, who claims to be a proud European and is a mother of seven, took the helm of the European Commission in 2019.  The term of her five years in office ends on 31 October 2024 and she is putting herself up for a second term. Her position is an appointment, not an election by citizens of European countries.  The European Council proposes a president and the European Parliament approves the appointment by a simple majority vote.  There is no citizen participation in the process. But that hasn’t stopped von der Leyen from trying to get a piece the action during the election fever leading up to the European parliamentary elections next month.

As if she is trying to appeal to voters in a democratically run election, von der Leyen has been posting campaign advertisements on social media, as though she’s actually trying to appeal to voters.  It’s quite absurd if not a little pathetic.

As RT quite rightly noted: “The idea that Ursula Von der Leyen, the European Commission president, is running for re-election [is absurd] when in reality she’s just publicly squabbling with a few other establishment hacks to be handpicked and confirmed by the establishment itself, not by popular vote.”

In 2019, Ursula von der Leyen’s appointment as the president of the European Commission was approved by the Parliament with 383 votes, slightly above the minimum required 374 votes. In recent times, her popularity has declined due to various issues including the European Union’s response to the COVID “crisis” and controversies surrounding the European Commission’s policies and decisions.

Knowing that she is unpopular with the public and is facing criticism and opposition from many Members of the European Parliament, perhaps her “campaign” on social media is a desperate attempt to create an appearance of popularity.

And perhaps her real campaign is remarks such as those at the recent Copenhagen Democracy Summit – remarks intended to appeal to those in a corrupt establishment who will appoint the next European Commission president.  The same people who would also want to silence voices that might expose them and so would view a platform of pre-bunking information as a “must-have” for any candidate hoping to become the next president of the European Commission.

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