Lock Step: How the Rockefeller Foundation wants to implement its autocratic pandemic scenario

Mai 27, 2020 | Ten years ago, the rich and powerful Rockefeller Foundation played through and favorably described a scenario in which a pandemic would lead to autocratic forms of government with total surveillance and control of citizens. Now it has published a pandemic plan to make this scenario a reality.

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If you want to be an investigative journalist, make sure you dig up the dirty secrets of the right persons

May 26,.2020 | The following guest article was sent to me by a budding young investigative journalist because he was still unable to find an established media outlet that wanted to publish his finding that the CEO of adidas has pimped his CV. His story is instructive for media consumers and for everyone who has ambitions and ideas which are similar to those of the author.

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When governments give billions of taxpayers’ money to Gates and the World Economic Forum

May 23, 2020 | On May 4, the EU and several European governments held a Covid 19 donor conference and pledged 7.4 billion euros of tax money. The money will be given to organizations funded by Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum in a non-transparent way. For a long time, Gates had to give money to the UN and governments to be allowed to co-govern the world. Now he is given money by governments for his global governance work.

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Book Review: An ECB manager on the long and successful history of monetary financing

May 21, 2020 | In his path-breaking history of central banking in Europe, a high-ranking manager of the European Central Bank shows central banking to be much older than the Anglo-Saxon historiography would admit, and that central banks have historically quite often served the purpose of financing public expenditure.

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