14 Februar 2024 | In defiance of the the clear wording of the EU Treaty and of common sense, a majority of the overpaid and underemployed EU parliamentarians have passed a resolution calling for “hate speech” to be declared a crime under EU law. This is a category which the EU treaty reserves for the most serious border-crossing crimes such as terrorism and child pornography.
25 January 2024 | The European Central Bank (ECB) has announced that Banafsheh Geretzki will become the new Director Internal Audit. She was responsible for advising the European Central Bank on financial markets at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, before joining the ECB in 2020 and soon after becoming Head of Division responsible for the supervision of major financial institutions. She has an important additional qualification as a guardian of the interests of large corporations.
25 Januar 2024 | In this guest comment, former judge Dr. Manfred Kölsch analyzes the EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA), which will soon come into full force. He concludes that the regulation uses undefined termes and the threat of large fines to entice social media platforms to censor inconvenient opionions and information.
24 Januar 2024 | On 22 January, the World Health Organisation (WHO) held a briefing to update member states on the status of negotiations on a global pandemic treaty and the tightening of the International Health Regulations (IHR). The WHO Director-General’s rant against critics shows how frayed his nerves have become due to the stalling of his plans to expand his own power.
3 December 2023 | The complete subjugation of the UN to corporate interests, which the World Economic Forum outlined with its Global Redesign Initiative in 2010 and has successfully pursued since then, is to be enshrined in the rules and regulations of the world organisation at the UN Future Summit in 2024. This is important not least because of the planned pandemic agreement, which is to give WHO excessive powers.
15 November 2023 | A British court has annulled an 11 billion dollar compensation award that Nigeria was supposed to pay to the company of two fortune-seekers who cheated and bribed from contract initiation to arbitration. The judge warned that the whole thing could easily have ruined Nigeria’s public finances. The investor state arbitration tribunals are very susceptible to profiteering and corruption due to excessive damages that becon.
12 November 2023 | Shortly after it has become known that hackers are offering the identity data of most Indians from the world’s largest digital identity database for sale, the European Parliament and Council have agreed to introduce something similar for Europeans, while Washington praises the Ukrainian version as an export model and Bill Gates wants to impose a biometric digital marker on every newborn child in Kenya for life.