1/ Regarding Klaus Schwab and the WEF: Schwab—along with his associates at the WEF—is not so much an evil genius manipulating the levers of power from a smoke-filled resort room in Davos.
2/ He is more like a cartoonish mascot, a garish distillation and personification of a widely shared ideology and an ambitious agenda embraced by many corporate, tech, finance, and political power brokers with globalist pretentions.
3/ That these elite power brokers’ institutions and interests often interlock, that they meet regularly in Davos, a resort in the Swiss Aps, to plan and coordinate their efforts, should come as no surprise.
4/ And they are far from alone: many who don’t get invited to the Davos party have their own role to play, and dutifully take their cues from their cultural overlords.
5/5 For their part, universities and their administrators, along with scores of media talking heads, readily and willingly serve among the ranks of what Lenin (rather indelicately) called “useful idiots” for advancing this agenda.

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May 12
1/ The first and most necessary step is to overcome our fear. For fear, as Heidegger notes, “bewilders us and makes us ‘lose our heads’.”
2/ Incapacitated by fear in 2020, we discarded clear scientific data from credible authorities and instead swallowed uncritically incredible claims that made little pretense to scientific rigor.
3/ My clinical experience treating patients who are paralyzed by anxiety taught me we cannot reason clearly or act well when we are afraid. It is not by chance that we find the crystalline admonishment, “be not afraid,” repeated more than a hundred times in the Bible.
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May 12
They can’t hide the bodies. Excess mortality by age in quarter three of 2021 from life insurance claims data. Our public health establishment is entirely ignoring this disaster. These younger people did not die of Covid. Image
Source (p. 23): Society of Actuaries Research Institute report. Actuaries are paid to calculate insurance premiums: they care only about the numbers. soa.org/48ff80/globala…
Wall Street is aware of this--take a look at stock prices for certain companies that may be implicated.
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May 8
1/ It is instructive to reflect on the chosen term, social distancing, which is not a medical term but a political one. A medical or scientific paradigm would have deployed a term like physical distancing or personal distancing, but not social distancing.
2/ The word social communicates that this is a new paradigm for organizing society, one that limits human interactions by six feet of space and masks that cover the face, our locus of interpersonal connection and communication.
3/ The six-foot distancing rule was supposedly premised on the spread of covid through respiratory droplets, though the practice continued even after it became clear that it spread through aerosolized mechanisms.
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May 6
The Gates Foundation has given hundreds of millions of dollars to news media organizations--including, among others:
The Atlantic
Gannett (USA Today)
The Guardian
New York Public Radio...
...The National Press Foundation
The Conversation
The Financial Times
The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund
Inside Higher Ed
National Journal
The Texas Tribune
The Washington Monthly
The Seattle Times
As MintPress News’ Alan Macleod puts it: “Today, it is possible for an individual to train as a reporter thanks to a Gates Foundation grant, find work at a Gates-funded outlet, and to belong to a press association funded by Gates.”

Source: @_bexstrong
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May 4
1/ The World Health Organization (WHO) was established in 1948 as the health policy body within the UN and was given the mission to “direct and coordinate the world’s response to health emergencies.”
2/ Many worry that its mission has become hopelessly compromised by strong reliance on funding from China and from private benefactors (Bill Gates’s foundation funds 13% of its budget—more than the government of the United States).
3/ The WHO was slow to call for a comprehensive investigation on the origins of the virus. The WHO’s director praised the early 2020 lockdowns in Wuhan.
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May 2
1/ The funding of scientific research cannot be controlled by a small cabal of insiders at the NIH, many of whom stay in power for decades, acting like presidents in a Banana Republic who never face reelection challenges.
2/ This allows the likes of Anthony Fauci to exercise undue control over primary investigators and their teams of university researchers, shaping the entire research agenda for a generation or more. There are many potential approaches to breaking up this monopoly.
3/ I suggest federal block grants to states to fund scientific research, so that each state has their own version of an NIH. Instead of one NIH we could have fifty SIHs—State Institutes of Health. Each state could compete for researchers by offering attractive grants.
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