An initiative funded in part by the Rockefeller Foundation is investing an initial $7.2 million in behavioral research. This particular study will be focused on brainwashing the public into getting the COVID-19 injections, the foundation announced last week.
The Rockefeller Foundation is a globalist organization founded by oil magnate and robber baron John D. Rockefeller in 1913. Since then, the Foundation has influenced many of the world’s largest and most powerful institutions, including the World Health Organisation, the National Institutes of Health, central banks, and governments. These are the masters’ masters, and they need you injected with the COVID-19 sauce.
The initiative to brainwash the public, dubbed The Mercury Project, is run by the Social Science Research Council (“SSRC”). In September 2021, the SSRC received a three-year $7.5 million grant from the Rockefeller Foundation toward the costs of launching a research consortium to drive acceptance and uptake of COVID-19 vaccination. They also funded research that will provide insights to counter health misinformation and disinformation (basically censor anyone who disagrees, or cannot be brainwashed). The grant will fund research through August 31, 2024, according to a report by the Daily Exposé.
An initial $7.2 million in behavioral research focused on convincing more people to get the COVID-19 injections, the Foundation announced last week. Apparently, they haven’t hit their target goal for how many they need to inject to carry out their agenda. They are looking specifically at “tailored” results for the following regions:
Bolivia, Brazil, Côte D’Ivoire, Ghana, Haiti, India, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, United States, and Zimbabwe.
“With Covid-19 prevalent and rapidly evolving everywhere, there is a pressing need to identify interventions with the potential to increase vaccination take-up. Vaccines are only effective if they become vaccinations; vaccines are a scientific marvel but their potential is unfulfilled if they are left on the shelf,” said Anna Harvey, President of SSRC. “The large volume of high-quality proposals submitted to the Mercury Project underscores just how eager the social and behavioral science community is to evaluate interventions to increase vaccination demand and build healthier information environments.”
And they are admitting that coming after the children is one of the goals. Once they can turn kids into automaton drones just repeating what they were told without any thought of their own, the battle is won:
- Conducting literacy training for secondary school students in partnership with local authorities to help students identify Covid-19 vaccine misinformation;
- Equipping trusted messengers with communication strategies to increase Covid-19 vaccination demand;
- Using social networks to share tailored, community-developed messaging to increase Covid-19 vaccination demand. –Rockefeller Foundation
Obviously, something went wrong as they are dumping millions into a brainwashing scheme to convince people to take the shots we now know are causing AIDS and SADS. We had mentioned that not enough people bought into the scamdemic the first go around, so we need to brace for what’s next: War On “Vaccine Hesitancy” Lost! Prepare For What’s Next!
When these sociopaths realize brainwashing doesn’t work on everyone, and likely only on those who already have taken these shots, they will roll out something else. Stay vigilant and prepared. They are still telling us without telling us that these injections are a part of the overall agenda and they haven’t yet convinced enough people to give themselves AIDS…yet.
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By Mac Slavo
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