When people—for example, medical researchers—are playing a game to further their purpose, and the game is a fraud, you have two ways to go.
You can ENTER THEIR GAME, temporarily, to show how, in their own terms, by their own standards, they are contradicting themselves and committing fraud.
Or you can STAND OUTSIDE THEIR GAME, and show how the very structure and rules and assumptions of the game, to begin with, are riddled with lies.
In this article, I'll do both. And I'll make it clear when I'm INSIDE and when I'm OUTSIDE.
Why bother? Because it clarifies the mind. That's always a good thing. It's especially good during this wall-to-wall criminal event called COVID-19.
And readers deserve to know whether a writer is actually accepting the game the bad guys are playing; or whether he's just momentarily dipping into the game, in order to reveal its absurdities.
OK, here we go. Let's look at CASE NUMBERS.