Selected Articles: Coronavirus Policing and Overreach

Evidence that the Face Mask does not Impede Viral Transmission

By Prof. Bill Willers, October 09 2020

An Open Letter to Robert Redfield, Director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Reimagine and Reset Our World”: “COVID-19, The Great Reset” by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret

By Catherine Austin Fitts, October 09 2020

What surprised me about Covid-19: The Great Reset was the implied confidence that the “official reality” is selling. From their approach, I assume that the authors are targeting young people—helping them establish a framework that feels positive about the future and will support where the global leadership wants to go.

While No One Was Looking: America, Guyana, and Venezuela

By Ted Snider, October 09 2020

On March 2, 2020, the people of Guyana went to the polls. According to the Carter Center, at first things went really well. And then they didn’t. At the close of the day, President David Granger had been re-elected. But, though nine of ten districts reported cleanly, the largest district was mired in confusion. And the promise became chaos.

Colombia Covid Lockdown: Collapse of Healthcare, Social Crisis, Poverty

By Yanis Iqbal, October 09 2020

The present-day shambolic structure of Colombian healthcare is an inevitable consequence of an all-pervasive implementation of neoliberalism.

US Sanctions: Weapons of War by Other Means on Targeted Nations

By Stephen Lendman, October 09 2020

Despite their illegality and ineffectiveness, they’re imposed time and again on numerous countries. According to international security affairs expert Professor Robert Pape, sanctions are only effective around 5% of the time.

Omnibus Collisions: Coronavirus Policing and Overreach in Victoria

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, October 09 2020

Officers would have the power to detain anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or anyone who had been in close contact with a positive case, for a period “reasonably necessary to eliminate a serious risk to public health,” provided it was “reasonably believed” they would fail to comply with a direction of self-quarantine

Over 6000 Scientists, Doctors Sign Anti-lockdown Petition

By Steve Watson, October 09 2020

Over six thousand scientists and doctors have signed a petition against coronavirus lockdown measures, urging that those not in the at risk category should be able to get on with their lives as normal, and that lockdown rules in both the US and UK are causing ‘irreparable damage’.

Video: “Contact Tracing”, A Certified Contact Tracer Exposes the Truth

By Timothy Alexander Guzman, October 09 2020

The US government, the Clinton Foundation and several states are actively creating an army of contact tracers, so in a sense, Obama’s call for a civilian force is becoming a reality.

A Big Move In Silver: Watch The Currency Markets

By Hubert Moolman, October 09 2020

The 2020 silver bottom occurred one month before the April 2020 USD/ZAR top (a similar setup to 2001). Since then, we have had a multi-month silver rally which is very likely just the beginning of a multi-year rally.

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