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If you thought the push for administering COVID jabs was going away, think again. As Church Militant's Kim Tisor reports, globalist nonprofits are investing millions in research to learn what will persuade more people to say yes to the dubious clot shot.
Globalists are pumping millions of dollars into a behavioral science project to determine why so many people are refusing the COVID so-called vaccine. The Rockefeller Foundation recently revealed it (along with other non-profits) invested more than $10 million into the Mercury Project to counter purported vaccine misinformation.
Rajiv Shah, president, Rockefeller Foundation: "The reality is the Rockefeller Foundation is investing in vaccine access in country after country."
In June, the National Science Foundation, an independent U.S. government agency, gave $20 million to the project to study ways to increase demand for the jab. Mercury Project teams around the globe will evaluate what works to advance the abortion-tainted shot.
Their research into best coercive practices resembles Britain's use of behavioral scientists amid COVID panic, who suggested motivating citizens with fear. Terrifying the masses into compliance has lessened with the disappearance of most mandates.
Dr. Niall McCrae, mental health ethicist: "So we're kind of moving on, but you can guarantee that they will bring it back again. It has worked very well for the new world order — very well."
If current research is any indication, government dictates will make a persuasive comeback.
One of the Mercury Project's many objectives is to train secondary-school students, with the help of local authorities, to identify objectionable vaccine narratives.
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