1/To conclude: ‘Covid-19 Response’ fund is funded by Amazon, Zoom, FB, NASDAQ, Nintendo, Verizon, Pfizer, Wal-mart, Target... all entities that PROFIT DIRECTLY from ‘lockdown’, from vaccines, some that profit from killing small businesses; it circulates ‘studies’ via Blavatnik
2/ School of Government (wh has restricted access) which @nytimes cited TODAY in support of ‘lockdown.’ Companies that directly profit from ‘lockdown’ are funding propaganda to lead policies that ensure ‘lockdown.’ Biggest closed circle of corrupted medical propaganda in history.
3/‘COVID-19 Response Fund’, funded by Zoom, Amazon, Microsoft, Pfizer, Nintendo, Google, FB, WalMart, all companies that profit directly from ‘lockdown’, fund info via WHO, Blavatnik School of Gov’t (@nytimes cited TODAY) re COVID-19. @nytimes u need to withdraw Blavatnik charts

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