In 1993, The World Economic Forum created the Young Leaders program. The aim of this program was to identify & promote future global leaders.
It's amazing how this program reads like "who's who" for the biggest supporters of the Covid pandemic. Let's take a look and see:
Stephane Bencel - Moderna CEO
Jeremy Howard - Masks for All Lobby Group
Lenna Wen - CNN Covid Analyst
Eric Feigl Ding - Twitter Zealot
Devi Sridhar - Zero Covid Professor
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Q: What does #Imperial College, the World Economic Forum (#WEF), #Salesforce, #Sinovation Ventures (Chinese technology venture capital), #ABB (#automation technology), global artificial intelligence (#AI), all have in common?
A: #Vaccines, #EmergingMarkets, #gene editing - via the Fourth Industrial Revolution
[It is important to Important to note that on June 13, 2019 WEF officially partnered with the UN. On March 11 2020 it announced partnership w/ WHO to form "COVID Action Platform for business."
Jan 24 2019: "Imperial scientists present #vaccine revolution to world leaders at WEF in Davos"
Academics from Imperial's Network for Vaccine Research, joined heads of G20 & other states, #CEOs of #multinationals, members of int. orgs & other scientists at the #WEF meeting.
Most by now, are somewhat familiar with the #Imperial College study (March 16 2020). For those not familiar, take a moment to read these highlights as outlined by Ramesh Thakur, emeritus professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
#Imperial has a long standing relationship w/ the WEF. In 2016 WEF convened a Global Future Councils in order to define a 4th industrial revolution. In 2018 it introduced "Network of Global Future Councils". Imperial serves the invitation-only
How's 2021 shaping up, Communist America?
Still allowing Israel to hand over USA's high technology to China?
Dual citizenship = dual loyalty.
Let's recap, because I'm now inclined to do some digging. Let's rewind all the way to just before the Bolshevik Revolution. After Tsar Nicholas II abdicated, there was a provisional government:
Временное правительство России
How was the Bolshevik Revolution financed? "International bankers" do I hear you say?
Gary Allen makes it very clear.
"... by nationalization of Russia the Insiders bought themselves an enormous piece of real estate, complete with mineral rights, for somewhere between $30 and $40 million."
That's a pretty sweet deal.
The "Insiders" being the money men in cahoots with each other, as always...
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these have been sold as a way to stop infection as though this were science.
this was never true and that fact was known and knowable.
above is the plot of social restriction and NPI vs total death per million. there is 0 R2. this means that the variables play no role in explaining one another.
we can see this same relationship between NPI and all cause deaths.
this is devastating to the case for NPI.
clearly, correlation is not proof of causality, but a total lack of correlation IS proof that there was no material causality.
barring massive and implausible coincidence, it's essentially impossible to cause something and not correlate to it, especially 51 times.
this would seem to pose some very serious questions for those claiming that lockdowns work, those basing policy upon them, and those claiming this is the side of science.
there is no science here nor any data. this is the febrile imaginings of discredited modelers.
this has been clear and obvious from all over the world since the beginning and had been proven so clearly by may that it's hard to imagine anyone who is actually conversant with the data still believing in these responses.
everyone got the same R
this methodology is a little complex, so let me explain what i did.— el gato malo (@boriquagato) May 30, 2020
a few EU countries provide real day of death data. this lets us plot meaningful curves to show rate of disease change.
what struck me is how similar all the curves were.
everyone got the same shape. pic.twitter.com/bN0hILzoSl
Put another way, the editors who built the dominant nodes in this network...
...have little overlap with the ones who made this much more recent managerial flowchart.
Internet time runs at hundred-fold speed—the difference between the people who painted what's in the Uffizi, and the people in charge of keeping those paintings from deteriorating. Very different tasks, and (one presumes) very personalities as well. @PaulSkallas?
All other claims are about social governance on private sites, where applying free speech doctrine is a stretch at best
Baseline free speech has expanded modestly since 1776 or whatever your reference point is.
About 20% beyond core case of government-critical speech in formally public spaces and media I'd say.
You can (for example) have more kinds of conversations in a bar without getting punched or kicked out by other patrons or management. You can teach more things in colleges than 100 years ago.
That's a genuine de facto increase in practical, informal free speech/expression.
But online free "speech" is, as @reneed has pointed out, not an expansion of free speech at all, but an expansion of reach. It is like the secondary freedom of the press to print as many copies as they can afford, not primary freedom to say what they want
If a newspaper wants to print more copies it has buy more printing equipment and front more upfront costs. Reach for a paper publication is not "free", but a function of desired circulation, which in turn is a function of demand prediction etc. But that logic is obscured online.
Also, for anyone who wants to claim that Jovan Hutton Pulitzer (not his given name, but one he changed legally after the CueCat debacle) invented QR Codes: he did not. Like that other right-wing crazy man who claimed to have invented email, Jovan didn’t invent QR Codes.
He did invent the CueCat, a product that somehow raised $185 million dollars for a tethered barcode scanner for magazines and newspapers, so you could get ads from your ads. As I said, the dumbest product of all time. Good backup barcode scanners after they were hacked, however
Oh, that’s another thing. When CueCat was a thing, its systems were hacked. I guess that’s what makes Jovan a security expert. His bankrupt company from 20 years ago was hacked and widely mocked. He’s a genius.
In recent years, Jovan pivoted to being a treasure hunter who was featured on and widely mocked on Curse of Oak Island, because the man is insane.
Things you do need: a product that solves a problem for someone. That's it.
If you solve a problem for someone, you will be surprised by how much you don't need.
If you don't solve a problem for someone, you'll be surprised by how much won't help.