The NFL veteran sparked controversy over the weekend with information about vaccines the average journalist struggles to accept and typically auto-rejects by default.
“A 17 tweet explosion,” was the term used by NESN Staff, for example, to describe the football star's completely calm string of tweets explaining a situation he's come to understand, but too far outside of the politically “correct” paradigm for many to currently deal with. Because of the fact that Stallworth was challenging the official narrative on vaccines, it was the ol' fail-safe (mainstream) explanation for someone that doesn't follow “normal” thought process boundaries set by the establishment, its media and now generations of purposely-instilled public misunderstanding.
One is automatically labeled a conspiracy “theorist” when detailing something in a manner that potentially threatens the reputation of just about anything government or major-industry related. Everything establishment is off limits, unless you're willing to discuss it in a way that shelters the subject from any truly damaging or revealing information. When it comes to institutional mega-monopolies, no matter how true that information may be, it's not going to be reasonably addressed by the media, if at all, as long as it threatens the power structure in any way.
If they do it's always an attempt to discredit the individual or the individual's character and almost always without actually addressing the issues or facts presented. The public in general is treated like children with trained adult journalists, in most cases, playing the same name-calling games, but only with more sophisticated language than when they were kids and the New England Sports Network Staff was no different in this particular situation.
Rather than have an honest debate, based on the evidence laid on the table, as if he isn't capable of critical thinking, Stallworth was mocked for using the term “research,” just as child-like journalists insinuated the wide-out watched too many episodes of the X-Files, when the truth seems ironically the other way around.
The 19 actual tweets they were referring to, including references to factual circumstances and solid advice for his fans, are as follows:
Step right up and get your seasonal flu shots!! They're going fast lol
Remember the swine flu?
When I first heard H1N1 came from Mexico, I started to do my own research because the influenza virus almost always comes from Asia....
Man oh man, the things I found out about H1N1 that #they weren't telling us...
Sorry twit fam, I took an intermission to eat my lunch...now, where was I? Oh yea, H1N1 and what I found out about it..... ?
In my research of H1N1, I found there was a previous "outbreak" in 1976. It prompted a mass immunization, and fear and panic erupted.
The H1N1 vaccination in 1976 harmed more people than the actually virus itself. About 1/4 of the US had been vaccinated.
Fast forward to the 2009 H1N1 (Swine Flu) scare.
As I tweeted before, influenza viruses almost always come from Asia, but #they said this H1N1 strain came from Mexico.... Hmmmmm
So after panic ensued, the H1N1 was declared a national emergency (which can only be done by the POTUS) in late October of 2009.
And the CDC tabbed Baxter International to make a vaccine for the H1N1 influenza virus......
Baxter International... Now here, my twitter fam, is where I leave you... I shall go no further but just google "Baxter International H1N5"
I'm not implying anything about any government, company or group of people. I don't have to imply anything...
I advised family & close friends against taking the H1N1 vaccine. Mainly because there was no trial period. No research on long term effects
No disrespect to anyone who has had or knows someone who had the H1N1... I hope no one took what I said the wrong way.
I don't want you to take what I've tweeted as nothing more than what it is. Think for yourself and research the layers under the surface.
I will never tell you guys here on twitter what "I" think YOU should or shouldn't do. I'm just sharing info, that's all. Take it as you like
Don't be afraid to question authority for truth...be afraid of those who take authority as truth.
This makes it easy to see why the establishment and its media demand celebrity cooperation with regard to political correctness. On the rare occasion someone like Dante Stallworth refuses to compromise their morals, after learning of circumstances that contradict suggested reality, it has much more of an effect on the public. The very reason why it's such a breath of fresh air when celebrities do the right thing by their fans and stand up for what's honest.
Parents all over should be proud that more and more individuals seen as role models are speaking out like this and directing their fans of all ages to stop merely believing everything controlled television networks and the establishment feeds the public and instead start looking things up and thinking for yourself… Advice you would expect anyone to appreciate.
Smart money says Dante Stallworth gains tons of twitter fans as word continues to spread that he is an individual, despite his celebrity status, willing to speak truth to power and say what needs to be said, regardless of what corporation, industry or government's reputation may be compromised as a result. Hopefully this article helps facilitate that process. Follow him on Twitter here.
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