Mikki Willis is an American filmmaker, entrepreneur, and director of the documentary Plandemic, which is the most watched (and censored) documentary in history.
He is also the founder of Elevate Films, a production company that produces socially conscious media.
Willis has produced and directed a number of award-winning films, including The Moses Code, The Shadow Effect, and Plandemic.
He wrote a namesake book, Plandemic: Fear Is the Virus. Truth Is the Cure.
Plandemic is a 2020 documentary, released in May 2020, and quickly went viral, amassing over 10 million views in its first week. The film centres around Judy Mikovits, a former virologist who was fired from her job at the National Institutes Of Health (NIH) in 2011. She was fired for her research on a new “virus” that she believes is the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Naturally, the film has been widely criticised by the establishment (including the WHO).
Searching for truth
In a world increasingly filled with propaganda, the pursuit of truth is more crucial than ever. Despite the existence of universally accepted scientific facts, the search for truth remains vital amidst the confusion, anger, frustration, acts of violence, and corruption that we see daily.
From a Christian perspective, truth is liberating. Knowing the truth can free us from various forms of slavery, such as sin, personal weaknesses, and the influence of others.
Humans naturally seek answers to existential questions about identity, purpose, and the reason for suffering. Truth is a necessary foundation for a stable life, helping to clear up misconceptions and advance personal plans.
Without a firm grasp of truth, we can be easily manipulated. (Think about all the people believing that masks protected them.)
Not all things are binary
Our search for truth often falls into the trap of false dichotomies, pushing us into a simplistic, black-and-white view of life.
We label issues as nature/nurture, liberal/conservative, and so on. While categorising simplifies a complex world, it also limits our understanding.
Reality is more complex than our binary labels.
Most of the world’s complexities and human nature don’t fit neatly into just two categories.
And so does understanding others before being understood.