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by Rhoda Wilson, Expose News:
In a newly released video statement, the World Health Organisation (WHO”) Dictator General urged nations to support their efforts to bring the amendments to the International Health Regulations (“IHR”) and the Pandemic Treaty to a timely conclusion.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, an Ethiopian terrorist and human rights abuser, laid out the world’s problems as he sees them and then the solution.
The problem is the covid pandemic didn’t go as well as hoped. The solution is the IHR amendments and the Pandemic Treaty, which he calls a Pandemic Accord.
by Jake Welch, The National Pulse:
Members of Angela Merkel‘s so-called “conservative” Christian Democrats (CDU) have begun drawing up legislation that would ban the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) Party.
Marco Wanderwitz, a Member of the German Bundestag and former Eastern Commissioner of the Federal Government, who is currently drafting the legislation, requires 36 other Bundestag members to support the proposal to ensure the parliament votes on the motion later this year.
by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:
Comedian, actor and podcaster Russell Brand, formerly a hard-left liberal, who took a turn slightly right, has been accused of rape and sexual assault that allegedly happened more than a decade ago.
As of now these are no more than allegations.
Allegations that didn’t become international news until Brand started criticizing the left and was labeled a right-wing “conspiracy theorist.” There has been no police investigation, no court appearances, all of which should, in a just world, leave Brand with the presumption of innocence unless found guilty in a court of law.
by Alan Barton, All News Pipeline:
War is a constant, or at least it seems to be because of the constant states of war shifting around the world involving one group or another against some other nation, tribe, religion or peoples. Some places seem to be involved in war more often than other places and some cultures seem to be at war more often than other cultures. As you study history, you learn not only of leaders, peoples, cultures, religions, geographies and so forth but also the wars as it seems that is the driving force behind so much of history. War seems to be the adhesive that binds peoples, nations and cultures as well as the solvent that destroys them eventually. Some are destroyed more rapidly than others, and there seems to be certain ones that fall under that shadow far more often than others. Whether a warlike peoples or a peace loving peoples, those distinctions appear to be more perception than actual fact especially as we move through time in looking at any specific people. In this case, we will look at the Arabic peoples that are predominantly Muslim in culture and religion (please note that an all encompassing religion IS THE CULTURE) and see just how they are portrayed and involved in war.
by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation:
Leftists chose to dramatically desecrate the statue of Confederate war hero Robert E Lee that was torn down from Lee Park in Charlottesville after the Unite the Right rally in 2017.
“Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee statue has met its end, in a 2,250-degree furnace,” The Washington Post reported on Thursday. “The divisive Confederate monument, the focus of the deadly ‘Unite the Right’ rally in 2017, was secretly melted down and will become a new piece of public art.”
by Didi Rankovic, Reclaim The Net:
Gates is looking to raise funds for the controversial technology.
“Financial inclusion” seems to be the buzzword that proponents of digital IDs, payments, and data exchange have picked for their PR sloganeering in favor of something that is, objectively, very controversial.
And where better to “test” something of that kind than among those who due to their economic circumstances don’t have much of a say – like a number of African countries.
But don’t expect those behind the effort, juggernauts like Mastercard or the (Bill) Gates Foundation, to ever spell it out in those stark terms. After all, it’s genuine concern for other humans, equity, equality, and kindness that’s been behind the billions, if not trillions of dollars they have amassed thus far, right?
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