The World Economic Forum is becoming a little concerned. Unapproved opinions are becoming more popular, and online censors cannot keep up with millions of people becoming more aware and more vocal. The censorship engines employed by Internet platforms, turned out to be quite stupid and incapable. People are even daring to complain about the World Economic Forum, which is obviously completely unacceptable.
Learn how the leaked emails of ClimateGate explain how scientists hid the Medieval Warm Period (when Vikings settled Greenland) and present cooling – the only way for the present warmth to be “unprecedented”.
“As 345 million people suffer from acute food insecurity, the four corporations that control virtually all grain trade stuff their pockets with cash, pop the champagne corks, and laugh all the way to the bank.”
The current eco craze du jour is all about ‘tipping points’. Take any weather event – a nice English summer for instance – catastrophise temperature, rainfall, drought and flood and suggest it is an awesome portent of certain climate Armageddon. Elite groupthink is flooding the market with such hysteria.
The Syrian Oil Ministry released a statement on 9 August accusing US forces occupying Syria of being responsible for the theft of most of the country’s oil.
Greece has taken the next step forward in transitioning its society to a Chinese Communist Party-style social credit system with the recent launch of a new digital wallet app set to replace drivers licenses and conventional ID cards.
Ukrainian forces’ impressive military performance has reinforced the view that an outright victory against Russia is possible. But an unqualified Ukrainian win that dislodges the Russian forces from eastern Ukraine is increasingly improbable.
There are over 400 three-letter agencies in the U.S., many of which have been acting as their own government for over a hundred years, going unchecked while operating outside the Constitution. Their overreach has sought to control every industry from the top down, every consumer and small business, and blaze straight through the Federal Reserve and financial systems into everyone’s wallet. If there is one big takeaway from the Supreme Court ruling, it is the fact that it is far past time to put an end to this shadow government who has worked to remove the freedoms of the American people and undermine the Constitutional process.
In a talk for the Schiller Institute US-Senator Richard Black explains, why he thinks Ukraine lost the war and what ought to happen next. In addition, he gives his assessment of anti-Russian sanctions and other measures and their (lack of) effect. Source: Schiller Institute Bookmark
From 2010-2019, an average of 13 million guns were sold legally in the U.S. each year. In 2020 and 2021, annual gun sales sharply increased to 20 million.