This morning.

Via Irish Mirror:

The research, which surveyed over 12,000 people across six European countries to investigate public trust in expertise, reveals the public’s view on the pandemic, vaccination, and their belief in various Covid-19 conspiracies.

Despite 31% of people in Ireland thinking the number of deaths from coronavirus were exaggerated by government, the majority still expressed a strong belief in the scientific consensus that Covid-19 vaccines are safe.

…The feeling that government is not honest and truthful was shared by 48% of Irish people in the first part of the Peritia study, with 58% thinking the Government communicates inaccurate and biased information.

…Regarding the legacy of the pandemic, 78% of people in Ireland are concerned about its long-term impact.


Irish respondents, and those in Italy, also showed the highest rate of willingness to comply with coronavirus restrictions put in place by the Government, with 88% of people saying that they always or sometimes do this.

Almost one in three Irish people believe Government exaggerated Covid-19 deaths (Irish Mirror)


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20 thoughts on “Unbelievers

  1. john f

    Any details on the specific numbers of Irish respondents?
    The statement
    “The feeling that government is not honest and truthful”
    is pretty vague.
    It is regrettable that the public are so blindly complicit, obeying dictates from officialdom.

  2. Cian

    “Ireland has the lowest percentage of people, from the six countries studied, who believe the symptoms mostly blamed on coronavirus were linked to 5G network radiation.”

    Wow. Just wow.

    1. Micko

      Ah they just put that in there to make people feel superior.

      How many people believe that crap? I’d say very very few.

      It’s a negligible amount

    2. K. Cavan

      To be honest, I doubt if the majority of Irish people know what that fifth “G” actually represents, apart from gullibility. Many, queried about “Five Jee”, probably thought it was some boy-band.
      Lowest average IQ in Europe, dontcha know?

    1. K. Cavan

      Most people know that the Government & the State lie most of the time, what’s inexplicable is that they seem to have deleted this fact from their brains, when the Fake Pandemic Operation was rolled out.
      The vast majority will go to their graves, perhaps sooner than expected, firmly believing that we had higher-than-average mortality rates in 2020, caused by a huge, worldwide Pandemic. I wonder how they’ll rationalise the jump in mortality after the Gene Therapies were administered, if they actually hear about it, somewhere?
      They’re unlikely to hear about it on RTE, anyway & will likely put it down to coincidence & many will line up at the jabbatoir for their toxic booster. Still, the more that do, the higher the death toll & as they die off, it will decrease the pressure on those who choose to remain unjected, which suits me, sir.
      Their deaths will be pointless & tragic but you can’t save people from their own stupidity & they’re doing me & the minority who have functioning critical faculties a real, genuine solid with their self-sacrifice, so here’s to them!
      Oh, and R.I.P.

  3. bisted

    …the role of NPHET and the solidarity of people in the face of misinformation and displays such as Golfgate cannot be underestimated…that 92% got vaccinated speaks for itself…

    1. K. Cavan

      It sure does, bisted, it sure does!
      Professor Mattias Desmet, who explained so much with his talks & articles about Mass Formation Psychosis, rated Ireland & Belgium the two most conformist nations in Europe, when it came to obeying the irrational policies that Bill Gates & his Pharma shares instructed our reckless, evil political elites to impose.
      We are the dumbest, most gullible, least well-informed country in Europe, which doesn’t actually contain the HQ of a powerful European Fascist political organization.
      That surely entitles us to be declared Kings of the Sheep, to go with our Queens of the Ewes title that Mna na hÉireann secured for us long ago.

      1. jonjoker

        In fairness KCav, we have the most centralised state and the most centralised media in Europe, with the smallest number of daily newspapers (I don’t count the various editions of British newspapers sold here as Irish because … they aren’t produced here, just a few articles here and there for the form).

        So it’s hardly surprising that we are ill-informed

  4. eamonn

    Have Governments just discovered manipulating people by perhaps, overstating risks, overstating benefits of particular courses of action, perhaps shining their light on one side of a debate….I don’t believe so my friends.
    This didn’t start with the Covid 19 emergency.
    That people might begin to question “authority” might be a watershed moment for many.
    Will there be, at some point a government who cried wolf?

    1. K. Cavan

      I doubt it, eamonn, why would we break the habit of generations? The Irish don’t like being asked to think, for the entirety of our existence as a state we’ve had a virtual One Party system, when FF weren’t in power, we let the other FF, FG replace them, with no discernible change of policies ever coinciding with the change of government.
      With a younger generation who are scrupulously trained in school & university to avoid critical thinking, things on that front are only going to get worse.
      Or better, if you’re a Globalist Oligarch, intent on bringing the West’s short, anomalous, post-war experiment with Liberal Democracy to a shuddering halt.

    2. Kali

      Impartiality has become non existent in the media in Ireland. Propaganda used to be reserved for war time manipulation, but now seems to be a regular tool for every and any cause. It will blow up in their faces eventually, hopefully sooner rather than later

    1. Kali

      Leave them be. If the covidiots want to believe there really was a terrible disease that was killing millions, despite all data saying different, a severe lack of excess deaths, the magical disappearance of the flu, the lack of adherence to the rules by those that created them, the coercion of vaccination with targets which are then thrown out the window when unvaccinated refugees arrive in their droves, then let them. They obviously have a low IQ and I for one won’t be mocking their belief system

    2. K. Cavan

      No, Boe, you lot just keep hanging around like a bad smell, whining about the fact that only 99% of media outlets are toeing the same line & presenting the official narrative, don’t you?
      Do you ever get sick of reading comments criticising this site for daring to call it how they see it, themselves, rather than saying the exact same thing as everybody else?
      I sure do.
      Thejournal.ie does a fine job as a State Information Service, you might be happier if you were on there, contributing the deep insights & wealth of knowledge that you undoubtedly have, buried deep under that relentlessly dullard demeanor.
      I sure would.

      1. Kali

        In Boes world, independent thinkers are fools who believe they know better than everybody else and the truly intelligent are those that listen to the authorities and do exactly what they say without question.

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