G7 Tax Deal: From Global Tax to Global Government | Minds

16-06-21 10:09:00,

by James Corbett
June 13, 2021

Imagine if you spent months planning an elaborate 50th birthday party for yourself—hiring performers, decorating your place and inviting everyone you know—and when the big day finally arrived . . . no one bothered to show up. Embarrassing, right?

Well, that’s essentially what happened to the European Union in 2007 when they threw themselves a 50th Anniversary Extravaganza. Reports at the time talked of EU-sponsored “citizen parties,” street festivals and public celebrations that were largely ignored by the public. About the only thing that Europeans can ever agree on is their differences, and even after 50 years of conditioning it seemed few outside of Brussels were stirred by the EU flag or the thought of half a century of political union.

Perhaps that’s because 2007 did not really mark the 50th anniversary of the EU or 50 years of political union at all. No, 2007 was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, a 1957 compact to form a common market and customs union between six European nations. It is doubtful that many people beyond the handful of Bilderbergers and globalists who signed the treaty could have imagined that it would result in a grandiose anniversary celebration for the European Union 50 years hence.

(FUN FACT: The “Treaty of Rome” that was signed on March 25, 1957 was literally a blank document because “[t]he Italian state printer had not met the deadline.”)

It makes you wonder: Is there any seemingly innocuous event taking place in the world today that, 50 years from now, may be commemorated as the moment that some monstrous globalist institution was born?

As it turns out, there is just such an event that took place this month that may lead to a “50 Years of Global Government” celebration in June 2071. Do you know what it is?

Here’s some hints, courtesy of dinosaur media headlines:

Finance Leaders Reach Global Tax Deal

Biden and G-7 leaders will endorse a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15%

Yes, It’s a Global Tax on American Tech

Have you heard about this story yet?

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“Global Time Bomb” First case of postmortem study of patient vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2; “viral RNA found in every organ of the body”

15-06-21 08:46:00,

The first-ever autopsy of a person vaccinated against COVID-19, who tested negative 18 days later upon hospital admission but at 24 days after the VAX, has revealed viral RNA was found in almost every organ of the body.  The vaccine, while triggering an immune response, DID NOT STOP the virus from entering every organ in the body.

The viral RNA was found in virtually every organ in the body, which means the spike proteins as well.

There are antibodies (like the “vaccine” is supposed to create) but they’re irrelevant because, based on a study from Japan, we now know that the spike S1 protein is what does the damage.

We spoke to one Infectious Disease specialist from a hospital in New Jersey this morning.  We sent the actual autopsy findings to him and asked for his thoughts.

When he called back a while later, he was clearly shaken-up.   He told us “You cannot quote me by name, I will get fired by the hospital if you do.”   We agreed to conceal his identity.

He then told us:

“People think that only a MINORITY of people get adverse effects from the vaccine.

Based on this new research, it means that everyone – EVENTUALLY -will have adverse effects, because those spike proteins will be binding to ACE2 receptors everywhere in the body.  

That mRNA was supposed to stay in the injection site and it’s not.  That means the spike proteins created by the mRNA will be in every organ as well, and we now know it is the spike proteins that do the damage.

Worse, the viral RNA being found in every organ despite a vaccine, indicates either:

1) The vaccine doesn’t work at all, OR;

2) The virus is enjoying Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE), meaning it actually spreads FASTER in vaccinated people.


According to the published postmortem report, the vaccinated man was 86 years old and tested NEGATIVE for COVID-19 when first admitted to the hospital with severe gastro-intestinal trouble and difficulty breathing. Here is what the reports describes:

We report on an 86-year-old male resident of a retirement home who received vaccine against SARS-CoV-2.

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Will Global COVID Relief Efforts Renew the US and European Influence Worldwide?

14-06-21 12:54:00,

International Man: It’s no secret that the media has applauded countries that engaged in the strictest lockdowns.

As a reward for their obedience to the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, their governments are promised generous IMF loans and recovery packages.

Do you think this is a new system for the US government to exert influence and control over foreign countries?

Jeff Thomas: Yes, although I don’t see this as a US-only effort. I see it more as one of many efforts by those countries that are central to the New World Order. Certainly, it’s interesting that the breakout of COVID occurred in several cabal countries at the same time, early in 2020, as opposed to slowly expanding outward from its supposed origin, as viruses normally do. The fact that this happened – a batch of countries in North America and Europe all experiencing a pandemic within a two-week period–provided tremendous shock value. And since all those countries acted more or less in unison with lockdowns and other restrictions and all posted false numbers and false death numbers, it’s not surprising that the rest of the world fell into step within a month or two, imitating the measures adopted by the cabal countries.

The initial months were a well-coordinated takeover of essential freedoms. But, curiously, in the latter months, the cabal have not maintained that consistency, and that has led to more and more people questioning whether this is a real pandemic or just another seasonal flu that’s been exaggerated by the principal countries. In fact, we’re beginning to see some real cracks in the dyke.

International Man: Almost every country put some sort of restrictions in place during the pandemic. The impact on their economies, local businesses, and everyday life has been significant, especially in developing countries.

What second and third order effects do you see?

Jeff Thomas: The COVID scam runs on fear. Even those who believe that it’s likely to just be a seasonal virus that governments and the media have exaggerated are unsure, so fear makes them comply with the significant loss of freedoms being demanded. But, in recent months, this fear has been going into remission, and The Powers That Be are beginning to lose their hold on populations throughout the First World.

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Global Food Prices Post Biggest Jump In Decade – PopularResistance.Org

11-06-21 11:11:00, Global Food Prices Post Biggest Jump In Decade

Above Photo: Agence France-Presse.

40% surge in May heightens fears that inflation stoked by pandemic is speeding up.

London – Global food prices have surged by the biggest margin in a decade, as one closely watched index jumped 40 per cent last month, heightening fears that the inflation initially stoked by pandemic disruption was accelerating.

The year-on-year rise in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation’s (FAO) monthly index was the largest jump since 2011, as commodity prices surged.

The higher inflation will hit poorer countries reliant on imports for staple goods. For richer countries, the cost of raw ingredients accounts for only part of the overall price paid for products at supermarkets and restaurants. But the rise in raw material prices has been so steep that big firms like Nestle and Coca-Cola have said they would pass on any increases.

Analysts also warned that the return of eating out as lockdowns lifted around the world would add to price pressures. “The decline in eating out was not totally compensated with eating at home, but as people start to go to restaurants again, you will see food prices rise,” said FAO senior economist Abdolreza Abbassian.

The cost of labour, transport and shipping is expected to push prices higher in the coming months.

“(With) the rise in the transport cost base with oil price increases and shipping bottlenecks, there is a lot of upward price pressure in the system,” said Ms Caroline Bain at Capital Economics.

In the United States, consumer goods firms were likely to face a 6.1 per cent rise in input costs this year compared with 0.7 per cent last year, according to analysts at Bernstein. Leading meat company Tyson Foods said raw material prices were more than 15 per cent higher, as well as cost increases in logistics, packaging and labour.

Mr Bruno Monteyne, analyst at Bernstein, said the bout of inflation would increase polarisation in consumer markets between premium products aimed at wealthier consumers – many of whom have additional cash to spare after being stuck at home during the pandemic – and cheaper brands catering to more stretched buyers.

“If you are already buying organic, fair trade ready-to-eat mangoes,

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