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How Easy Was That? "Watch The Water" Psyoped The Truth Community (Myself Included) - A Humbling Reminder To Stay Vigilant
The other week many people, including myself, were briefly psyoped by Stew Peters & Dr. Ardis’ “Watch The Water” interview. Instead of doing my due diligence on the information provided in the “film”, I briefly fell victim to a sensationalized theory. It happens to everyone from time to time. You shouldn’t feel silly (although I do) for initially taking the documentary at face value. It was presented in a very compelling fashion. As long as you can throw your ego to the side and admit you were psyoped…put it behind you and continue looking for the truth. It didn’t take long for people who actually know the science involved, to start picking apart the interview.
For those unfamiliar, I’ll quickly explain the premise of Watch The Water.
Dr. Ardis (a chiropractor) hypothesizes that SARS-CoV-2, acts as, and may literally be a form of snake venom. The film then goes on to suggest that this COVID-snake venom is being pumped into the public water supply to poison the masses.
Let’s start off by seeing what Dr. Pierre Kory (who specializes in pulmonary medicine), champion of ivermectin had to say.
“Now, lets transition to the main theory he espouses, that SARS-CoV2 largely acts as a snake venom and that remdesivir is also made from snake venom. As to the first part of this theory, there is a bit of truth there because there is indeed a short sequence of RNA coding for amino acids that make up a part of the receptor binding domain (RBD) portion of the spike protein that is identical to snake venom. Problem with calling COVID-19 snake venom: this protein sequence is just a small part of one protein of the 29 made by SARS-CoV2 when it replicates. This does NOT mean the virus came from a snake but it does have a little snake venom protein in it.”
This conclusion, that COVID has structural similarities to snake venom, is actually almost a year old. Craig Paardekooper, who helped expose how there are various batches of the death jab all varying in lethality, published his findings on snake venom sequencing is SARS-CoV-2. Read here.
What Dr. Ardis seems to have done is take the snake venom sequence found in COVID and ran with it. He also claims that remdesivir is snake venom. Although he (Ardis) has been found to be correct on the illeffects of remdesivir, he continues to stretch the snake venom blanket over this issue as well. Because remdesivir can result in multi organ failure (which is indicative of a snake bite), and because snake venom and remdesivir have a similar hue when in their respective solid forms…it’s clearly snake venom! This is all debunked in greater detail by Dr. Pierre Kory so I suggest you click on the link provided above to read his thorough examination.
I’m not going to go through the whole interview and trash it with other people’s conclusions. The point I am trying to make is that there is opposition to “Watch The Water” and before we heard that opposition, we bought a lot of what Dr. Ardis was saying without knowing what he was actually talking about. Again, was the interview formatted in a compelling way? You bet! I don’t blame people who were adamant about sharing the video as quickly as possible. It was emotionally manipulating for sure. Over time it’s possible his theories may actually hold some “water”, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.
I’m not going to totally bash Stew Peters and Dr. Ardis on a bad take. I’ve heard that they are already retracting a lot of what they claimed. Was this a deliberate psyop? Who knows? You’d need to start by asking what their motivation might be to throw around claims like this. Quick money grab? Possibly. It doesn’t help their credibility that Dr. Ardis sells anti-venom pills on his website.
Regardless, this Watch The Water fiasco should be a humbling reminder (certainly was for me) that we need to continue to question everything. I’ll link here at the bottom some other oppositional articles on Watch The Water if you’re interested. Leave a comment and let me know what you think.
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