Selected Articles: A Debunked Smear Campaign Against the FDA-approved, Nobel prize-honored Ivermectin

How Can America Wake Up from Its Post-9/11 Nightmare?

By Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, September 09, 2021

We have been told that the criminal attacks of September 11, 2001 “changed everything.” But what really changed everything was the U.S. government’s disastrous response to them.

Implications of the Electoral Defeat of the Detroit People’s Charter

By Abayomi Azikiwe, September 09, 2021

A grassroots initiative to rewrite the municipal charter of the City of Detroit, Proposal P or the People’s Charter, was drowned out by a multi-million dollar propaganda and psychological warfare campaign aimed at maintaining the status quo.

Gutting the Fiscal Stimulus

By Dr. Jack Rasmus, September 09, 2021

Since at least this past spring 2021, it’s been clear that the corporate wing of the Democratic party (in basic agreement with McConnell and the Republicans) has been pursuing a strategy of chipping away at fiscal spending proposals promised during the 2020 elections and introduced by Biden upon entering office last January-February.

Rutgers University Freezes Accounts of Several Non-Vaccinated Students

By Carly Baldwin, September 09, 2021

According to Rutgers University, more than 98 percent of undergrads have complied with its mandate that students upload their coronavirus vaccine card in order to return to dorms and classes this fall. But the few students who chose not to get the vaccine are now finding themselves locked out of fall classes, even classes they had planned to take online only.

What to Expect from Taliban 2.0

By Pepe Escobar, September 09, 2021

The announcement by Taliban spokesman Zahibullah Mujahid in Kabul of the acting cabinet ministers in the new caretaker government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan already produced a big bang: it managed to enrage both woke NATOstan and the US Deep State.

Merck’s Deadly Vioxx Playbook, Redux: A Debunked Smear Campaign Against Its Competing Drug—the FDA-approved, Nobel prize-honored Ivermectin

By Dr. David E. Scheim, September 09, 2021

Recently, many news reports picked up on Merck’s theme, lambasting the use of a dangerous horse de-wormer by gullible consumers. The most recent were by the BBC, Rolling Stone, The Guardian, MSN and others, about Oklahoma hospital facilities being strained with ivermectin overdoses, delaying other emergency care.

After Calling Vaccine Passports a “Conspiracy Theory,” U.K. Government Now Says Everyone Will Need to Show Proof of Vaccination to Live

By Ethan Huff, September 09, 2021

On September 5, the government of the United Kingdom confirmed that Brits will soon need to show proof of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination” in order to enter nightclubs and large venues.

Video: Why Canada Should Leave NATO

By Michael Welch, Margaret Kimberley, Tamara Lorincz, and Ludo De Brabander, September 09, 2021

Today, NATO operates an a budget of €258.9 million for civil purposes and €1.61 billion for military purposes. Its military spending equals 57% of the global Normal total and defence spending of the constituent nation states are aiming for a target of 2% of their GDP by 2024.

Unprecedented Global Debt Crisis: The IMF’s Announcement of $650 Billion in Special Drawing Rights

By Eric Toussaint, Milan Rivié, and Abbès Zineb, September 09, 2021

The 190 countries that are members of the IMF are entitled to allowances in strong currencies which they do not have to pay back. This device is called Special Drawing Rights. To this we must add loans that the IMF can grant to a country calling for help.

Video: Ethics 101. Dr. Julie Ponesse, Professor of Ethics at the University of Western Ontario, Provides a Lesson in Courage and Integrity

By Dr. Julie Ponesse, September 09, 2021

On September 7, 2021, Julie Ponesse, Ethics Professor Huron College University of Western Ontario, London, ON Canada was dismissed for not submitting to medical experimentation.

“America’s Longest War” Is Not Over!

By Brian Terrell, September 09, 2021

But the U.S. war on Afghanistan did not end on August 31. It has only adapted to technological advances and morphed into a war that may be less visible—and therefore more politically sustainable.

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