April 26, 2020 | Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who, together with his wife, runs the richest and most powerful foundation in the world, co-organized a simulation exercise on a worldwide corona epidemic in October 2019, just before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Videos were published , documenting this exercise. Now he pretends in an interview that such a thing has never happened. Why?
April 21, 2020 | Eric Wagner of multipolar has written a piece on ID2020, which cites translated sections from my reporting in German. Since I have not gotten around to translating my recent writing on ID2020, I take this opportunity to familiarize international readers with this creepy campaign. The following is the second part of a multipolar-article. A link to the first part on mass vaccinations is at the end.
April 11, 2020 | In January 2018, a pilot project for the surveillance of air travelers, commissioned by the World Economic Forum, was agreed upon in Davos. At the time, I presented the Known Traveller Digital Identity (KTDI) project as a “totalitarian dystopa”. A follow-up report shows that the multinational corporations are successfully involving governments and the EU in their plans. Covid-19 is speeding up implementation tremdendously and Bill Gates inadvertently lets us know how.
March 31, 2020 | On 15 June, as part of the Häring vs. Hessischer Rundfunk case, the European Court of Justice will rule on the conditions under which governments may restrict the use of the legal tender of the euro area. There is a lot at stake, not only for my campaign to obstruct the campaign to abolish cash, but also for the survival of the European Monetary Union.
March 29, 2020. | In my legal dispute with Hessischer Rundfunk over its refusal to accept cash, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) set the date of 15 June to deal as a Grand Chamber and in oral proceedings with the questions referred by the Bundesverwaltungegericht (Federal Administrative Court).
March 8, 2020 | Gabor Steingart, former editor of the German business daily Handelsblatt, and currently building an editorial ship* to be based in Berlin, has peered beyond the fog of exaggerated discussions on climate change and the corona virus. He has identified rising unit labour costs as Germany’s real problem. It is leading to Germany’s decline, and a loss of competitiveness. A knowledgeable look at what unit labour costs are could sweep aside his concern. …
February 19, 2020 | For many years, the European Central Bank (ECB) agreed to cash ceilings or simply ignored the fact that it was not asked for its opinion. That has changed radically. This change of mind might come in handy for my court-case on the right to use cash that is pending at the European Court of Justice (EJC). …