"As much as I despise what's occurred the last two years, there has been a silver lining. I never expected this to happen as fast as it did. People are now waking up to vaccines and not just COVID-19 – but the entire vaccine schedule," he said during an interview on the July 18 episode of "The Robert Scott Bell Show" on Brighteon.TV.
Host Robert Scott Bell argued that the misinformation stemmed from "mind-control" programs instilled by "health experts." (Related: The worst Covid MISINFORMATION SPREADERS on the planet.)
"You're exposed to mold and you cough or sneeze, then it is COVID-19. The programming is out there. And if they just say the virus is still spreading, most people innocently enough and they're not part of the agenda, will go 'COVID-19 is still spreading,'" he said.
"There are still enough folks out there believing what they're told in the news by the president or what [Dr. Anthony] Fauci is saying."
Dean cited an old video by author and podcast host Dr. Bill Deagle from the 1980s that talked about how the vaccines will reprogram people's bodies and implant memories into their own minds. The BraveTV founder noticed that Deagle's points were similar to the ideas espoused by the World Economic Forum.
"We still have to recognize that there's still education and teaching that has to happen along this way."
Dean also pointed out that it is likewise important for the public to be "unschooled," or to unlearn information that had been instilled in their minds. He added that the public should unplug the entire faulty sources of information for re-education to work.
"Did you know that 80 percent of illness is psychosomatic? It means that people with negative thoughts and spiritual life could be a mess, and we got to unplug them from something."
According to Dean, people must be able to say that the body is self-healing. He challenged viewers: "You're [going to] fix the physical problem of it, that is fine. But how about saying 'I have healing?'"
"You need to start working on controlling your thinking. As we move into this new realm of healthcare, we will need to start consciously thinking about what we have versus what we don't have. Think abundance, family, love, etc., and start walking away from these labels and diagnoses."
Bell, meanwhile, called on the general public to stop worshipping authoritarianism or authority – whether it be medical, government or otherwise.
"That's a vulnerability that we have: We always look for 'experts' to stop the disease," he said. "You got to become your own expert."
Dean ultimately called on Americans to be vigilant if they wish to restore the republic.
"We're going to build our republic back again … [but] you're always going to be fighting the fight. It doesn't end. You have to educate your kids on how to understand what a republic is, why we have it [and] why you have to follow what's going on in your local politics."