Gates Foundation Funding Studies To Develop Methods To Manipulate People Into Accepting COVID Vaccines

A new study financed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been conducted to evaluate methods for manipulating people through propaganda to take future COVID-19 vaccines. Among the incentives evaluated are creative messaging and financial incentives that might override concerns about new medical evidence of connections between current vaccines and myocarditis.

A study released last month is titled “Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy for Future COVID-19 and HIV Vaccines: Lessons from Measles and HPV Vaccines.” Researchers sought evidence from previous studies about hesitancy to receive traditional vaccines for other diseases that could be useful in convincing people to accept multiple COVID jabs and boosters.

The study found that most “successful interventions” to promote vaccines “directly targeted the population” at large. The report found that financial incentives are particularly powerful as a “potential tool to improve vaccine uptake.”

Propaganda and messaging should be “carefully framed and should be targeted to the population of interest,” according to the study’s findings. The financial incentives studied had been seen as useful in promoting “measles and HPV vaccine coverage rates” in past years.

The researchers also found value in programs to promote vaccines in “schools, universities, or healthcare settings” in order to target adolescents and young adults.

The study was released just as national advertising has been implemented to focus on concerns about myocarditis in children as a result of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

Earlier this month the New York Presbyterian Hospital uploaded a video to its YouTube channel about a case study involving a child who suffered myocarditis that began with symptoms of a “bad stomach ache.” The video concluded that the hospital was able to “regulate her heartbeat – and got her back to feeling like herself.”

The study found that in men under 40, excess myocarditis diagnosis occurs more in those with a second dose of the vaccine than those who had received a positive COVID-19 infection result.

Other studies have shown that the experimental mRNA vaccines do not confer immunity as well as naturally occurring antibodies after active infection and recovery.