Selected Articles: After COVID, Davos Moves to The “Great Reset”

After COVID, Davos Moves to The “Great Reset”

By F. William Engdahl, January 26 2021

With China making loud pledges about meeting strict CO2 emission standards by 2060, now the World Economic Forum is about to unveil what will transform the way we all live in what WEF head Klaus Schwab calls the Great Reset. 

The “Smoking Gun” is the PCR Cycle Threshold (Ct): Your Coronavirus Test Is Positive – You Still Might Not Have COVID-19

By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, January 26 2021

New York’s state lab has access to the Cycle Threshold (Ct) values from the PCR tests they process. Last July, the lab identified 872 positive tests based on a threshold of 40 cycles. If the lab has used a cutoff of 35 cycles, 43 percent of those tests would have been considered negative.

The Futility and Dangers of Covid Lockdowns: Doctors Letter to Premier of Ontario Doug Ford

By Dr. Stephen Malthouse, January 26 2021

Below is a letter from Canadian doctors supporting Roman Baber MPP who penned an open letter to Premier Doug Ford asking to end the COVID-19 lockdown.

Discrepancies in Moderna’s FDA Report Demand Answers

By Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, January 26 2021

Search the scientific literature for examples of long-term vaccine randomized clinical trials that use inert placebos — you will not find them. Short-term studies are the preferred mode of vaccine manufacturers — even when there is no emergency — leaving long-term vaccine safety to be assessed after the vaccine goes to market.

“Privacy Poor” vs. “Privacy Rich” in a “Digital Bastille”. The “Death of Privacy” under the Helm of the World Economic Forum (WEF)

By Prof. Bill Willers, January 26 2021

The World Economic Forum (WEF), the Switzerland-based NGO of “elites” noted for political power and extreme wealth, has taken it upon itself to dictate the future of the world.

Pandemic, Lockdown, Economic Disaster: Are We at War?

By Peter Koenig, January 26 2021

Are we at War? This has become a legitimate question over the last 12 months in the western world. And we are not talking of war by the west against Russia or China, or the east in general. It’s a war of the people against ever-more tyrannical governments around the world, that under the guise of health security against an invisible enemy, called Covid-19 – are repressing people of the entire planet.

Biden’s First 48 Hours Affirm U.S. ‘Greatest Purveyor of Violence’

By Black Alliance for Peace, January 26 2021

In this annual ideological battle, those of us attempting to define Dr. King’s legacy highlight one of his statements because of its poignance and continued relevance: He said the United States is the “greatest purveyor of violence in the world.”

US Targets China over Tibet

By Brian Berletic, January 26 2021

The US Congress has recently passed the so-called Tibetan Policy and Support Act (TPSA) – slipped into a COVID-19 relief package and a 1.4 trillion dollar government spending bill, US State Department-funded Voice of America reported in their article, “US Congress Passes Landmark Bill in Support of Tibet.”

The US-Kenya Bilateral Free Trade Agreement. Garbage In, Garbage Out

By Asad Ismi, January 26 2021

Washington hopes a free trade pact with Kenya will give it a beachhead in its hot war with Al-Shabab and cold war with China—and an African dumping ground for GMOs and plastic waste. What Kenya gets in exchange is not at all clear.

Action Education in Morocco: An Enduring Throwback for the Future

By Dr. Yossef Ben-Meir, January 26 2021

As we experientially learn about the roots of social challenges, poverty, social stratification, and persistently-generational unrealized potential, we uncover shared basic features. It involves members of local communities discussing these very patterns and identifying local projects for change, livelihood, and justice.

Death by 1,000 Cuts: Are Major Insect Losses Imperiling Life on Earth?

By Liz Kimbrough, January 26 2021

Scientists warn of ongoing global insect abundance losses and say we lack a full understanding of invertebrate extinction causes and synergies. Action to curb extinction rates desperately needed: Studies.

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