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The 2010 Rockefeller Foundation’s ‘Lock Step’ paper and the Johns Hopkins Event 201 predicted and rehearsed for a pandemic. The two organizations have a long history of collaboration ever since 1916, when the John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health was founded with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. Since then, they have become inseparable.
The Rockefeller Foundation published a paper in 2010 titled Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development. The first scenario was called LOCK STEP and was described as follows: “A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback.”
Continue reading “Connection Between the Rockefeller Foundation, Johns Hopkins, and Gates Foundations”
Health Impact News – by Brandon Waltens
“No Exceptions, No Delays…. Open Texas NOW.”
That’s the call to action of a resolution passed nearly unanimously by the Republican Party of Texas executive committee, urging Gov. Greg Abbott to “immediately rescind all COVID-related mandates, closures, and restrictions” and reopen the state. Continue reading “Texas GOP to Governor Abbott: Open Texas Now!”
Judicial Watch – by Micah Morrison
Big Brother wants more about you from your doctor—and fast.
Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered health care professionals across the state to provide the “full residential address and phone number, occupation and employer name, full work address and employer phone number as well as race and ethnicity” of all patients tested for Covid-19. Continue reading “New York to Doctors: Hand Over Private Patient Information”
It was not for symbolic or sentimental reasons that Sheldon Adelson, a United States casino magnate and close ally of Israeli prime minster Benjamin Netanyahu, quietly bought the American ambassador’s official residence in Tel Aviv this month.
Adelson is one of the main Republican donors to President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. He was also widely seen as the driving force behind Trump’s decision two years ago to break a decades-old policy and relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Continue reading “Biden or Trump will mean four more years of cheerleading for Israel”
Washington Standard – by Tim Brown
Each of the criminal cops that executed the unconstitutional order to arrest Christians who were singing hymns in the parking lot of city hall in Moscow, Idaho should be arrested themselves, charged and removed from any capacity of public service. Yet, does anyone think that’s going to happen? Nope, not a chance unless Christians start taking a stand against the tyranny and bringing the law to bear against tyrants and their agents of the state. Continue reading “Hands Up, Don’t Sing: Idaho Nazi Brownshirt Cops Arrest Christians While Singing Hymns For Violation Of Unconstitutional Mask Order”
Gateway Pundit – by Cassandra Fairbanks
Black Lives Matter rioters hopped in a car and chased down a white Prius who had attempted to maneuver through their protest — causing a car accident and physically attacking the driver.
The shocking incident was captured by a local news helicopter. Continue reading “Black Lives Matter Rioters in Hollywood Chase Down and Attack Driver… DRIVER DETAINED BY POLICE”
President Trump at a rally in Winston-Salem, NC on 9/8/2020 decried what he described as “reckless anti-vaccine rhetoric” and anti-vaccine conspiracy theories.”
Excerpt: Continue reading “Trump decries “Reckless anti-vaccine rhetoric, anti-vaccine conspiracy theories””
An Issue of Vast Proportions and Broad Significance by Stanley Renshon on July 1, 2000
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
870,000 Americans filed for first-time unemployment claims last week, slightly worse than the prior week’s and expectations. Continue reading “870,000 Americans Filed For First-Time Unemployment Benefits Last Week”
Free Beacon – by Joe Schoffstall
An election watchdog has found that there may be as many as 350,000 dead individuals on voter rolls across 42 states.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indiana-based election integrity group, conducted a nationwide study to identify the hundreds of thousands of deceased individuals on voter rolls. During its analysis, the group also found that nearly 40,000 likely duplicate registrants “appear to have cast second votes in 2018 from the same address.” Continue reading “Election Watchdog Finds 350,000 Dead Registrants on Voter Rolls In 42 States”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
San Francisco residents are on edge and sounding the alarm amid a spate of brazen break-ins throughout the city, according to KPIX5, which notes that burglaries in the city were up 42% in the first nine months of the year vs. the same period in 2019.
“In the Northern District, which includes Pacific Heights, the Marina, North Beach, and Cow Hollow, it’s up 59%. In the Mission, 79% and in the Richmond up 50%,” according to the report. Continue reading “San Francisco Residents On Alert As Home Invasions Spike 42%”
Making a vaccine look like it’s a champion isn’t difficult for public health agencies. There are a number of strategies.
Of course, these fraudulent strategies would be serious crimes. But when has that stopped the CDC or the World Health Organization?
In no particular order— Continue reading “How CDC/WHO will fake the effects of the COVID vaccine to make it look like a success”
President Donald Trump reportedly suggested that Jews have a loyalty to their religion above other interests, repeating an accusation that has long been used to stoke anti-Semitism.
Jews “are only in it for themselves” and “stick together,” Trump said in front of officials in his administration, according to a new report from The Washington Post on Wednesday. Continue reading “Trump said Jews are ‘only in it for themselves’ and ‘stick together,’ according to a new report”
Just like wildfires in the pacific northwest, the flames are spreading fast as the murdering police begin to burn. Brianna Taylor speaks out from the grave, and it isn’t going to be pretty. Again, we hear about another commie cop shot in Louisville, KY. just after the Brianna Taylor grand jury protects her murderer.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Two Louisville Metro Police officers were shot Wednesday night in downtown Louisville amid protests in response to the Breonna Taylor decision, according to interim LMPD Chief Robert Schroeder. Continue reading “2 LMPD officers shot in downtown Louisville sustain non-life-threatening injuries; suspect in custody”
The coronavirus pandemic has turned the world upside down, changing much of the way people live. After all, masks and social distancing weren’t part of the norm before the pandemic. However, the changes may not stop when the pandemic ends. In fact, new research is showing that one everyday staple may actually become extinct after COVID: cash. Continue reading “This Everyday Staple May Become Extinct After COVID, Research Shows”
Gateway Pundit – by Cassandra Fairbanks
The U-Haul that began distributing riot supplies in Louisville immediately following the announcement that no officers would be charged for Breonna Taylor’s death was rented to Holly Zoller of the Louisville Bail Initiative.
The pre-parked truck was loaded with shields painted with anti-police messages, umbrellas, gas masks, and other riot supplies. Continue reading “U-Haul Seen Distributing Shields, Potential Weapons to Louisville Rioters Rented to Holly Zoller of Soros-Connected Louisville Bail Project”
A convicted sex offender was tackled and then detained by a group of fathers on Sunday in the parking lot of a Cracker Barrel in Duncan, S.C., after a 15-year-old girl claims the man of looking under bathroom stalls in the ladies’ room, according to WSPA 7 News, Spartanburg, S.C.
The teen said she noticed something moving at her feet and realized it was a man’s head coming from the stall beside her, according to the report. Continue reading “Sex offender tackled in Cracker Barrel parking lot by dads who say he was peeping at girls under bathroom stalls: Report”
This the moment a Co-op shopper becomes furious and starts smashing wine bottles and throwing items in the store aisles after being told to observe social distancing rules.
The footage shows the woman yelling and knocking wine bottles off the shelves, when staff at the shop in Lingfield, Surrey, asked her to follow the one-way system.
Continue reading “Moment Co-op customer smashes two shelves of wine in rage after being asked to follow the shop’s coronavirus one-way system”
One of three officers involved in the Louisville, Ky., drug operation that led to the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor in March 2020 was indicted Wednesday on criminal charges.
Officer Brett Hankison, whom the department fired in June, was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree, a Jefferson County grand jury announced Wednesday. Neither the grand jury nor the presiding judge elaborated on the charges. Continue reading “Breonna Taylor shooting: Fired Louisville officer indicted on criminal charges but not her death”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Over the past decade, the one common theme despite the political upheaval and growing social and geopolitical instability, was that the market would keep marching higher and the Fed would continue injecting liquidity into the system. The second common theme is that despite sparking unprecedented asset price inflation, prices as measured across the broader economy – using the flawed CPI metric and certainly stagnant worker wages – would remain subdued (as a reminder, the Fed is desperate to ignite broad inflation as that is the only way the countless trillions of excess debt can be eliminated and has so far failed to do so).
Continue reading “In Unprecedented Monetary Overhaul, The Fed Is Preparing To Deposit “Digital Dollars” Directly To “Each American”