A study sponsored by Yale University explains that this "persuasive messaging" is designed to "increase COVID-19 vaccine uptake intentions" using various deceptive tactics.
"Given the considerable amount of skepticism about the safety and efficacy of a COVID-19 vaccine, it has become increasingly important to understand how public health communication can play a role in increasing COVID-19 vaccine uptake," the study's authors explain.
The research looked specifically at how various manipulative messaging tactics affect a person's:
• Intentions to get jabbed for the Fauci Flu
• Willingness to persuade friends and family members to get jabbed for the Fauci Flu
• Fears about getting injected, and
• Social judgment of other people who choose not to get injected
What the paper did not look at, however, is why people are choosing not to get jabbed, whether it be safety and efficacy concerns or an understanding that the government is forcing an untested, experimental poison on the masses as a condition of continued participation in society.
"We conducted two pre-registered experiments to study how different persuasive messages affect intentions to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, willingness to persuade friends and relatives to receive one, and negative judgments of people who choose not to vaccinate," the paper explains.
"In the first experiment, we tested the efficacy of a large number of messages against an untreated control condition ... In Experiment 2, we retested the most effective messages from Experiment 1 on a nationally representative sample of American adults."
Interestingly, the completion date for part one of the study was July 8, 2020. This means that all of the manipulative messaging was created prior to the release of any actual science to support them.
This lends credence to the notion that the plandemic was planned long in advance of the first known "case" of the virus. (Related: We also know that billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates held "Event 201" several months prior to the plandemic.)
The manipulation crews were also blasting messaging about the importance of people getting "vaccinated" even before the jabs were officially released by Donald Trump under Operation Warp Speed, and before it was known if they even did anything beneficial.
"To end the COVID-19 outbreak, it is important for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 whenever a vaccine becomes available," the study explains about how pre-jab messaging was used to coax people into getting jabbed once the shots became available.
"Getting the COVID-19 vaccine means you are much less likely to get COVID-19 or spread it to others. Vaccines are safe and widely used to prevent diseases and vaccines are estimated to save millions of lives every year."
An additional 10 messages were further incorporated into the propaganda campaign, including themes of self-interest, community interest, guilt, embarrassment, anger, bravery, trust in science, personal freedom, economic freedom and community economic benefit.
"We find that persuasive messaging that invokes prosocial vaccination and social image concerns is effective at increasing intended uptake and also the willingness to persuade others and judgments of non-vaccinators," the researchers further wrote.
"Emotions are thought to play a role in cooperation, either by motivating an individual to take an action because of a feeling that they experience or restraining them from taking an action because of the emotional response it would provoke in others."
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