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Corona Madness & Authoritarianism Could Come Back If We Allow It

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Justin Hart: Corona Madness & Authoritarianism Could Come Back If We Allow It

Justin Hart discusses his new book on how the world went mad over coronavirus. These bouts of madness are nothing new as he describes how hundreds of years ago nasty authoritarians arose during the Italian Black Plague. He explains how there never was any science behind things like (anti)social distancing, masks, asymptomatic spread, etc. Governments fudged cases and death tolls. The experimental injections are dangerous and he expects lawsuits to follow.

ANALYSIS: Why Iran Supports Armenia Against Azerbaijan

Iran could be one of the biggest losers if Baku and Yerevan manage to soon normalize relations and start a new chapter in the turbulent South Caucasus region.

ANALYSIS: Will Giorgia Meloni Become a Globalist Disappointment?

All things considered, Meloni does not appear to be a right-wing populist ideologue. In fact, her profile indicates that she is willing to kowtow to the EU and the broader West’s agenda.

ANALYSIS: Nord Stream Sabotage: Who Did It & What Comes Next?

New explosions on other Russian pipelines should not be ruled out. The energy crisis in Europe is inevitable, and blackouts in some countries could soon become a norm.

The Hrvoje Morić Show on TNT Radio

Listen LIVE daily or to the recordings afterward. Guest suggestions are welcome: hrvojemoric@tntradio.live

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Was Covid a U.S. Biowarfare Attack Against the Multipolar World?

Since April 2020 Ron Unz has published a long series of articles arguing that the Covid outbreak was due to an American biowarfare attack against China (and Iran). Now, Jeffrey Sachs, the Russian MoD, and others are making similar suggestions.

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Ron Unz on Covid & Biowarfare

NEWS HEADLINES

Great Reset & Biopolitics

Antivaxers are a global menace who must be defeated

Investigation into spikes in newborn baby deaths in Scotland

Pfizer CEO pulls out of testifying to EU Parliament COVID panel

Worms and crickets could soon be tickling French palates

Ireland €2bn farm retirement scheme to meet climate targets

Like it or not, gene-edited crops are coming to the EU

Victoria set to close its Covid quarantine camp

Concerning number of young Australians looking abroad

CIA invests in Woolly Mammoth Resurrection Tech

Military & Global Governance

Why the US won’t step back from the warpath with China

How We Know When China Is Preparing to Invade Taiwan

Kissinger: Xi may recalibrate after miscalculation of siding with Russia

Bolton: Putin Must Go, Now Is Time For Regime Change in Russia

Zelensky calls for ‘preventive action’ to deter Russian nuclear strikes

Poland has discussed hosting nuclear weapons with US

U.S. Believes Ukrainians Were Behind an Assassination in Russia

Putin Ally Compares Nord Stream Sabotage to CIA Attacks of 1980s

Oct 6 Pentagon discussed Ukraine attack on Crimea

US general sees Crimea back in Ukrainian hands by mid-2023

CIA Thought Putin Would Quickly Conquer Ukraine

Russian nuclear submarine disappears from Arctic harbor

Putin ‘orders nuclear military train to Ukraine’

The War in Ukraine Could Lead to Nuclear War

US splashes $290m on anti-radiation drugs after Putin nuclear threats

Biden invokes possibility of ‘Armageddon’ in fundraiser speech

Luxury bunkers being built under the ultra-wealthy’s mansions

Global Economy

Investor Warns “Superbubble” May Be About to Burst

Typical Chinese adult is now richer than the typical European adult

Fed says inflation eroding American’s wage gains

Nearly half of Canadians on the brink of insolvency

Soaring egg prices force French food industry to change recipes

SWIFT Paves Way for Global Use of CBDCs & Tokenised Assets

Fed announces ‘pilot exercise’ for ESG social credit score system

Mexican bank to going fully online digital

MENA are fastest-growing crypto markets

Carbon Rationing, CBDCs and Sound Money

Americas

The Downside of Imperial Collapse   

Everybody Asks: Who Is Really Controlling Joe Biden?

White House says Biden ‘intends’ to run in 2024

Ex-Clinton adviser: Hillary setting up 2024 presidential bid

National Guard struggles as troops leave at faster pace

US midterms: The Trump voters who see a coming storm

The Post-Bombshell World

Revisiting “Worst Case” Retreat Potential for Northeastern States

Freedom is a growing concern for Canadians

Canada imposes sanctions on Iran’s Press TV

Poilievre’s Conservatives winning more seats than Trudeau’s Liberals

Mexico mayor among 20 killed in town hall massacre

Mother of missing Mexico woman killed, 4th since early 2021

Mexico continued to use spyware against activists

Eurasia & Indo-Pacific

North Korea sends missile soaring over Japan in escalation

Philippines & U.S. kick off naval exercises amid China tension

U.S. targets Singapore, Marshall Islands firms in new sanctions

Missile failure behind massive explosion at South Korean airbase

China’s high-stakes incursion in the heights of Bhutan

China’s demographic crisis looms over Xi Jinping’s third term

Xi’s ‘final purge’ ahead of Communist Party congress

Putin has proclaimed a new national idea for Russia as it abandons the dream of a Greater Europe

Russians fleeing draft strain Kazakhstan’s services, diplomacy

Putin decrees Russian takeover of Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Russia must return Kuril Islands to Japan – Ukraine’s Parliament

EU & NATO

Britain ‘secretly backed’ Mussolini’s March on Rome

UK confirms further cuts of up to £18bn for public services

US may establish new command in Germany to arm Ukraine

Africa & Middle East

Lebanon agreement: Israel gives up its piece of the pie

Burkina Faso coup: another example of West’s military-first failures

Syrian troops clash, expel US forces from village in oil-rich Hasakah

US army loots new batch of Syrian oil as fuel crisis deepens

Energy & Environment

“OPEC’s Action Is Testimony To A Staggering US Geopolitical And Geoeconomic Error”

China Is Expanding Its Energy Footprint In The Middle East

US Looks to Ease Venezuela Sanctions, Enabling Chevron to Pump

Eastward gas flows via Yamal-Europe stop, supply via Ukraine stable

Louisiana divests from BlackRock over ESG policies

Blackout across Bangladesh: Grid failure leaves 140m without power

UK homes face winter power cuts in worst-case scenario

Sweden braces for a winter of power shortages

Germany Criticizes US For Charging High Gas Prices

EVs are exploding from water damage after Hurricane Ian

Remembering Big Wind’s Big Fail On Lanai

UN Partners with Google to Silence Climate Skeptics

Technocracy & Information Warfare

Multi-Factor Authentication will soon be useless

Paris phases out paper Metro tickets after more than a century

UK writer arrested, accused of posting “offensive” message

New PayPal Policy Lets Company Pull $2,500 From Users’ Accounts If They Promote ‘Misinformation’

U.S. Government’s Vast New Privatized Censorship Regime

Russia blocks SoundCloud

‘Watched the whole time’: China’s surveillance state grows under Xi

Amazon unveils bedside device that tracks sleeping patterns

Elon Musk calls for creation of Chinese-style WeChat or ‘X’ app

Durov: Hackers could access phones of WhatsApp users

Labor shortage: Robots can do some of these jobs

China Pairs Armed Robot Dogs With Drones

Even After $100 Billion, Self-Driving Cars Are Going Nowhere

Micron picks Syracuse for chip plant that would bring 9,000 jobs

Serbia lobbying Western support on smart city biometrics project

Russia to create a national biometric database

Canada has allocated $105.3 million to WEF digital ID

 

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