Guess Who’s Funding and Promoting Gene Drives…


10-06-20 07:58:00,


Jonathan Latham of Independent Science News joins us to discuss his 2017 article, “Gates Foundation Hired PR Firm to Manipulate UN Over Gene Drives.” We talk about gene drives, the dangers inherent in this technology, how the UN is involved, and why the Gates Foundation and DARPA are so interested in introducing genetic modifications into various species.

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Guess Who’s Growing Your Meat? – #NewWorldNextWeek


30-04-20 02:16:00,

Welcome to the 406th episode of New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: Bill Gates Worked To End Livestock Production, Pushed Lab Grown Meat

President Trump Readies Bailout For Nation’s Food Suppliers

Bill Gates Among 117 Foreigners To Be Decorated By Japan

Please Stop The Ride

Story #2: New Microsoft Bitcoin Mining System Set to Transform BTC Mining

Episode 145 – You Are Being Gamed

Video: Bill Gates Gets Pied In Belgium, Circa 1999

Story #3: CT Cops Cancel Spy Drone, Showing Resistance to Medical Martial Law Can Work

Updated Press Release: Westport Police Department Statement on Drone Pilot Program

California Cops Heckled As They Tell 93-Year-Old Couple They Can’t Sit in Chairs on the Beach

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Guess Which 2020 Candidates Big Tech Employees Are Donating To?


20-12-19 10:18:00,

Which 2020 presidential candidates are employees of the world’s largest tech companies donating to? The answer might surprise.

According to Federal Election Commission data analyzed by Yahoo Finance!, while former Vice President Joe Biden may be the national frontrunner according to polls, he’s at the of the pack for those working at Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google.

Who’s their favorite? Everyone but Netflix employees prefer Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to the tune of around 30%.

Donations for Elizabeth Warren hover around 20% (26% at Google), while anywhere from 10 – 22.4% of employees tossed their money into a dumpster fire with donations to Kamala Harris, who exited the race earlier this month – over a lack of finances.

Interestingly, President Trump received anywhere from 1.4% of donations from Google employees, to 13.7% of donations at Netflix!

Biden, meanwhile, gets the saddest of trombones in big tech – with donations ranging from 0% at Netflix to 2.6% at Microsoft.

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Guess Which Government Creates the Most Refugees in the World? – Global Research


15-07-19 01:46:00,

New statistics released last month by the UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) reveal a disturbing trend. The world now has the most refugees ever. At the end of 2018, there were a total of 70.8 million refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people – including 13.6 million newly displaced people in 2018 alone. With all the tension around the topic of immigration in first world nations, you would think that the governments of those countries would be careful not to cause situations which would lead to more migration. You would think that they’d be careful not to enact policies which could potentially cause more refugees, especially if those refugees then look to emigrate to the country making those policies (blowback). But consistency has never been a strong point of US foreign policy.

What the UN Report Didn’t Tell You

The UN Report Global Trends Forced Displacement in 2018 is full of stats, but it doesn’t really tell you the reason for those stats. You can learn about the what but not the why. In the image below, taken from the report, we learn the top 5 nations from which people are fleeing. But why? The UN says it is due to conflict; to put it more bluntly, from war. So who’s initiating these wars?

US Wars and Regime Change Operations Causing Most Refugees Ever

Image on the right: Global Trends: Forced Displacement in 2018

Out of these top 5 nations, the US has invaded and/or occupied 4 of them: Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Somalia. Afghanistan has become infamous for US military waste (it was reported in 2013 that the US Army was to leave $7 billion in equipment behind there), not to mention brutality and ineffectiveness. The Taliban now control more territory than they did in 2011 when the US first invaded. The war in Syria has dragged on for years, becoming something of a stalemate, although at one point Russia helped the Syrian Government by getting rid of a lot of ISIS soldiers (since the US was unwilling to truly take on its own proxy army). All this took – and continues to take – a great toll on the Syrian people,

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It’s 2019, Guess Who’s Back In Iraq?


30-04-19 08:20:00,

It’s 2019, over 15 years since the US invaded Iraq… so of course the racked with scandal mercenary group Blackwater is back in Iraq. Or rather, Erik Prince’s latest among many incarnations of the infamous private contractor firm is back, now Frontier Services Group (FSG), based in Hong Kong.

Dubai-based Frontier Logistics Consultancy DMCC, a subsidiary of Prince’s controversial FSG (given its coziness with the Chinese government and gulf monarchies), has been registered as a foreign company with Iraq’s Ministry of Trade, Buzzfeed reported based on new Iraq government documents it obtained. 

He never goes away. In 2017 he pitched the idea to become “Viceroy” over a “privatized” war in Afghanistan in a WSJ op-ed.

And where else would the corporate mercenary foot soldiers of empire be based but Basra, located in Iraq’s oil-rich south? Notably it’s also close to the border with Iran, in a Shia heartland which last summer saw mass unrest due to electricity shortages and lack of services, blamed on government corruption and “foreign” presence of oil companies. 

Blackwater had been previously banned from Iraq after contractors opened fire on and killed unarmed civilians in Baghdad in what became known as the Nisour Square massacre.

But according to the below document obtained by BuzzFeed, Prince is back, but under a different company name: 

A Hong Kong-based security and logistics company founded by Erik Prince is working in the south of Iraq, according to documents obtained by BuzzFeed News

— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) April 26, 2019

The news comes after the controversial Blackwater founder told Al Jazeera a year ago that Iraq was among Middle East locations his company was considering setting up shop.

Prince has also been in headlines of late after pitching an idea to privatize the wars in Afghanistan and Syria to Trump administration officials, which has reportedly met with little progress. 

Buzzfeed wrote after uncovering this latest bombshell, sure to result in serious pushback among the Iraqi population:

Rep. Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat from Illinois and a longtime critic of Prince and Blackwater, said the document was “troubling.”

“This should sound alarm bells for the Iraqi government,

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