Category Archives: Society
WEF | bitchute.com In this video the Canadian Alibaba Group president, J. Michael Evans, at the World Economic Forum talks about developing an individual carbon footprint tracker to monitor what you buy, what you eat, and where/how you travel.
Depopulation: “I Hope It Can Occur In a Civil Manner” – Club of Rome’s Dennis Meadows “If you want more liberty and more consumption, you have to have fewer people.”
“Are We Being Hypnotized, And Do We Like It?” – A Conversation with Professor Mattias Desmet, PhD. In this episode, Perspectives goes to the source to explore: Could the near-total capitulation to measures with no scientific basis or common sense … Continue reading →
“We declare that Pfizer, Moderna, BioNTech, Janssen, AstraZeneca, and their enablers withheld and wilfully omitted safety and effectiveness information from patients and physicians, and should be immediately indicted for fraud.” “… although correlation isn’t causation, reasonable criterion have been applied … Continue reading →
Larken Rose | youtube.com Some of us won’t forget how tyranny happens.
AUSTRALIA – Naming Young Global Leaders & Other Australians Tied To The World Economic Forum – Part1
Open Voice | youtube.com
Nick Bell | lifesitenews.com The right would be better served by shifting the argument from an exclusive focus on girls’ sports and dangerous bathrooms to the well-being of the gender-confused and the increased likelihood for confusion amongst children. It took … Continue reading →
Malcolm Roberts | youtube.com Remember the plan to restrict you to eating less than one bite of red meat per day? That’s only possible if the Government can track your every move with the Digital Identity Bill. Transcript: https://www.malcolmrobertsqld.com.au/…
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Startup founders want to read your brainwaves – but how will they protect your data from tech giants? Neurable CEO Ramses Alcaide has a mission: bring neurotechnology out of research labs — and surgical suites — and into everyday life. … Continue reading →