What is happening in the financial system? A presentation by Prof. Richard Werner

“Prof. Richard Werner, explains the consequences of allowing the banks to go bust in the United States and abroad. He provides a historical account of how bank failures have had significant adverse impacts on the economy. Additionally, he discusses the importance of small, community banks to ensure individual and national sovereignty.” (52 minutes)

Madness of vaccine mandates in colleges: Ivy League universities that charge up to $75k a year are STILL refusing to teach students in-person who are not up to date with their Covid vaccines – with Harvard demanding up to FIVE


CDC and FDA contracts show they prepared for massive amounts of serious adverse events months before Covid-19 vaccines were rolled out

“A 142 page freedom of information request reveals shocking Covid-19 vaccine adverse event contract documents between the CDC, FDA and General Dynamics Information Technology dated August 27, 2020, four months BEFORE the Covid-19 vaccines were introduced to the general population.”


France Buys 65,000 Tons Of LNG From China In First Ever Yuan-Denominated Trade

“China has just completed its first trade of liquefied natural gas (LNG) settled in yuan, the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange said on Tuesday. As OilPrice notes, the Chinese state oil and gas giant CNOOC and TotalEnergies completed the first LNG trade on the exchange with settlement in the Chinese currency, the exchange said in a statement carried by Reuters. The trade involved around 65,000 tons of LNG imported from the United Arab Emirates (because China will never admit that it is re-exporting Russian LNG even though it now does it all the time) the Shanghai Petroleum and Natural Gas Exchange added. The French supermajor, one of the world’s top LNG traders, confirmed to Reuters that the trade involved LNG imported from the UAE, but declined to comment further on the deal.”


Global Warming or Cooling?

A recent report by the United Nations warns that the world is on the verge of a dangerous climate threshold. As reported in the Washington Post:

“The world is likely to pass a dangerous temperature threshold within the next 10 years, pushing the planet past the point of catastrophic warming — unless nations drastically transform their economies and immediately transition away from fossil fuels, according to one of the most definitive reports ever published about climate change.”


Yet, if one looks at global temperatures as illustrated in graph below, global temperatures have been flat for the past 20 years.

Further, this year cold records have fallen across North America. Some scientists say that due to sun cycles, global temperatures may very well decline in the coming decades.

Auroras In Florida For First Time In Decades; Cold Records Continue To Fall Across U.S.; Europe Set For Spring Freeze; + Australia’s Polar Outbreak

Which is correct? Hmm.

The Terrorism Lottery

“In 1948, The New Yorker published what would become one of the most famous short stories in American literature. This was The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson, which told the tale of a community that, once every year, selected a citizen to be stoned to death in order to ensure a good harvest. Jackson was flooded with hate mail after her story was published. Some readers thought the story represented a real situation and others were offended that anyone could imagine such a scenario. Although the story was meant to depict only the idea of mindless violence and apathy in human society, in the 21st century it has become a reflection of the general attitude toward terrorism. Consider the crimes of 9/11. As in The Lottery, on a bright, summer day, people were selected to die by means of their presence at the World Trade Center, at the Pentagon, and on the hijacked flights. They weren’t stoned to death but they were killed by willful ignorance. That’s because much of the public never wanted to know the truth about previous terrorist incidents and simply accepted dubious government accounts.

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