(B.N. Frank) It has been reported that some American Embassy workers in China and Cuba were attacked with microwave weapons and suffered brain injuries from their experiences. Research has determined that exposure to ALL sources of microwave radiation – including 5G, Bluetooth, cell phone radiation and WiFi – can disrupt the blood brain barrier, cause it to leak, and kill brain cells (see 1, 2) AS WELL AS cause all kinds of undesirable symptoms and health issues (see 1, 2, 3) AND increase cancer risk (see 1, 2).
(James Corbett) In light of recent events, I am re-releasing Episode 228 of the podcast, How To Become A Billionaire (and what to do with it).
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(Spiro Skouras) In this exclusive interview, Spiro is joined by David Icke. Spiro and David discuss the ongoing coronavirus crisis. David explains how the public is being manipulated by the system in perhaps the greatest psychological operation in history, as medical and government officials admit the numbers have been inflated.
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(Daniel Taylor) Under the “digital inclusion” initiative, Bill Gates was pushing for India’s Aadhaar digital ID system to expand around the world prior to the outbreak. The World Bank is heavily invested in the project.
(Mike Gleason) Wild price action and unprecedented interventions once again characterized this holiday-shortened trading week.
(B.N. Frank) So this happened on Monday:
(Kevin Helms) Cryptocurrencies are being used to help fight the global coronavirus pandemic. Crypto companies are doing their part to provide coronavirus aid to countries, hospitals, and people suffering from COVID-19. A coronavirus relief campaign, a Red Cross bitcoin fundraiser, and an investment fund are some coronavirus relief initiatives involving cryptocurrencies.
(Spiro Skouras) As we see what is now being called a global health emergency regarding the coronavirus continue to grow on a daily basis, we also see how the solutions to this crisis fall in line with pre-positioned plans and agendas.
(Daly Barnett and Soraya Okuda) For malicious people, preying on collective fear and misinformation is nothing new. Mentioning national headlines can lend a veneer of credibility to scams. We’ve seen this tactic time and again, so it’s no surprise that COVID-19 themed social media and email campaigns have been popping up online. This blogpost provides an overview to help you fight against phishing attacks and malware, examples of phishing messages we’ve seen in the wild related to coronavirus and COVID-19, and specific scenarios to look out for (such as if you work in a hospital, are examining maps of the spread of the virus, or are using your phone to stay informed).
(Daisy Luther) On Thursday night, Governor Gavin Newsom took unprecedented action and locked down the entire state of California. The following day, Governor Andrew Cuomo locked down the state of New York and Gov. J.B. Pritzker locked down the state of Illinois.
(Mac Slavo) Social media companies have made the decision to partner with “health authorities” (government officials like those who work for the CDC) to combat “misinformation” about the coronavirus. We all know what this means. Under the mainstream media’s seemingly innocent words lies a rash of new censorship coming down the pipes.
(Spiro Skouras) An important update regarding Wuhan China, which is ground zero for the coronavirus / Covid-19 outbreak, now reported to have gone global, as the Chinese government has now banned people in Wuhan from leaving their homes altogether.
(Caitlin Johnstone) We all showed up naked, slimy and clueless in a world of inexplicable sensory input we couldn’t make head or tail out of. We were then taught what’s what by people who showed up under the exact same circumstances a blink of an eye earlier.
(Chris Menahan) The US Army Research Laboratory gave a $1,500,000 three-year grant to two associate professors to develop what’s being called a “fully automated luxury microaggression detector” Alexa-like device to “catch implicit bias” in workplaces across America.