In this article on the Australian anti-vaxxers supposedly supporting Putin, the Guardian takes the opportunity to sneak in some pro-Great Reset lies. It’s not the main point of the article, but why waste an opportunity to lie to the public? And for all we known, the “main” point may simply be an excuse to sneak in the “secondary” point.
I have nothing to say about the rest of the article, but here’s the first bit that caught my eye…
” Sean Ambrose, a UAP Senate candidate for New South Wales, appeared to defend Putin in a tweet on Saturday, in response to another post critical of the Russian leader being a member of the World Economic Forum. The global organisation has been a key focus of online conspiracy theories, particularly those about a supposed “great reset” plot against humanity.”
Note the word “supposed.” As i am sure the Guardian knows, saying there is a “supposed” great reset is like saying there is a “supposed” invasion of the Ukraine! Or that there is “supposedly” a country called Russia! The Great Reset, as most reading this will already know, is a fact ADMITTED to by the WEF itself, but here we have the Guardian telling its idiot readers that it is about as real as the Lizard People. Note also that they seem to be ridiculing the idea that it is a “plot against humanity.” Gee, i would think that trying to bring about a world where we the peasants own nothing and have to rent everything, presumably from the billionaire class, IS plotting against humanity!
They also, in a negative context, point out that some right winger claimed that “… the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, ‘is a stooge for Klaus Schwab’, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.” Now, given that they are trashing the man, it is implied that this is NOT the truth. The problem is that the WEF itself lists Zelensky as one of its members! Looks a lot like a stooge to me and, no doubt, to the Guardian as well.
This may seem like a small thing, but this is how it is often done. You sneak in some important propaganda, knowing that not only will people take it as truth but that they are perhaps MORE likely to do so as you haven’t announced that THIS is what you are trying to convince them of. While their guard is up as regards the “main” point, it is down when it comes to the bit that “was just thrown in.”