News Articles for November 27, 2021

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As we continue our journey through the Pyramid, we have learned about the captured agencies within the FCC, taking their orders from Big Wireless. We have also explored the role of the Big Oil titans in shaping not only the oil industry, but finance, geopolitics, and even medicine. We have seen the names of the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds peppered throughout the histories of these institutions.

For the this chapter we are going to examine the claims made about these same characters’ involvement in the farming and food industry. There are researchers who believe these cartels are also attempting to manipulate, and maybe even control, the world’s food supply. We’re going to find out if there are truths to the concerns around genetically engineered foods, and whether or not governments of the world have and might again use food as a weapon. READ MORE

This E-book consists of a Preface and Thirteen Chapters.

We are dealing with an exceedingly complex process.

In the course of the last 20 months starting in early January 2020, I have analyzed almost on a daily basis the timeline and evolution of the Covid crisis. From the very outset in January 2020, people were led to believe and accept the existence of a rapidly progressing and dangerous epidemic.

I suggest you first read the Highlights (below), the Preface and Introduction before proceeding with chapters II through XIII

Alternatively you may wish to View the Global Research Video entitled: The 2021 Worldwide Corona Crisis (released in February 2021), which provides a 25 minutes summary.  READ MORE

As the World Economic Forum prepares for the return of their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, the “international organization for Public-Private cooperation” is launching the next phase of The Great Reset agenda – The Great Narrative.

On November 11th and 12th, the World Economic Forum held a 2-day meeting called “The Great Narrative” in Dubai, United Arab Emirates to discuss “longer-term perspectives” and “co-create a narrative that can help guide the creation of a more resilient, inclusive and sustainable vision for our collective future”. The WEF gathered futurists, scientists, and philosophers from around the world to dream up their vision of how to reset the world and imagine what it might look like in the next 50 years. The discussions will be collected and published in a forthcoming book, The Great Narrative, in January 2022. READ MORE

Before reading this piece we recommend reading Part 1: A Dystopian Vision Of The Future

As the World Economic Forum announces the need for a “Great Narrative” to unite the people around their Technocratic ideals, the public is learning of the WEF and their partners’ plans to build a dystopian virtual world known as The Metaverse.

In mid-November, Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, sat with Mohammad Abdullah Al Gergawi, Minister of Cabinet Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, to announce the launch of The Great Narrative. This announcement represents the next phase in the WEF’s “Great Reset” agenda. READ MORE

As the economy gradually melts down into levels of deprivation and drudgery not seen in decades, working people are subjected to a chorus of misinformation from liberal sources.

E. J. Dionne is a columnist for The Washington Post. Speaking on WBUR of National Public Radio on Nov. 8, he applauded the work of the Biden administration with regard to job numbers in October. He cited the standard Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) measure which is U-3.

The BLS reported that the unemployment rate in October fell to 4.6 percent. That would be a cause for applause if it was remotely accurate. It certainly is not. READ MORE

Beneath the noise and confusion today is the unalterable reality that our economic model will continue to proceed as it must until working people figure it out politically and decide that enough deprivation and suffering is enough.

As the economy gradually melts down into levels of deprivation and drudgery not seen in decades, working people are subjected to a chorus of misinformation from liberal sources.

E. J. Dionne is a columnist for the Washington Post. Speaking on WBUR, of National Public Radio on November 8,  he applauded the work of the Biden Administration with regard to job numbers in October. He cited the standard Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) measure which is U-3. The BLS reported that the unemployment rate in October fell to 4.6 percent. That would be a cause for applause if it was remotely accurate. It certainly is not. READ MORE

Normally, inflation is not a major theme on Thanksgiving.  Unfortunately, these are not normal times.  Thanks to Joe Biden and our other crooked politicians in Washington, we are facing an inflation crisis that is unlike anything that we have experienced since the 1970s.  Earlier this week, I discussed a new poll which showed that 88 percent of Americans are deeply concerned about inflation, and a different poll found that 67 percent of Americans disapprove of the way that Biden is handling rising prices.  Now Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, and most Americans are finding that their grocery dollars are not stretching as far as they once did.

This is being hailed as “the most expensive Thanksgiving ever”, but don’t worry, because the elite are offering some suggestions for how you can save some money.

For example, NBC News is telling us to “consider not buying a turkey” in order to save some cash. READ MORE

Despite a preponderance of evidence proving COVID to be a non-event for most of us, over 1 million people have fallen foul to vaccine injury. This should be enough to stop most people in their tracks. It hasn’t. Many emerge from near-death experience even more pontifical than before, denouncing the rest of us for not joining in this mortal game of Russian Roulette.  Fuelling their self-righteous indignation of us, is other people’s self-righteous indignation of them. It is a perpetual loop of blame and shame.

There can be no avoiding these people. A sort of Provisional Mask Army.  The ones acting in good conscience lost to the morally virtuous super spreaders of hyperbole.

They will believe whatever they hear and do whatever they’re told. READ MORE

As TFTP reported this week, despite many countries across the planet achieving vaccination rates as high as 100%, covid cases are still spiking. Because the state’s only tools are force and coercion, as the seasonal spikes inevitably hit, governments across the world are ushering in more tyranny. But after nearly two years of being locked down, shut in, covered up, driven to poverty and watching the police state thrive, many of we the people have had enough. They are mad as hell and they’re not gonna take it anymore. READ MORE

Joining Ryan Cristián today is Derrick Broze, here to discuss his powerful new article on what is being called the “4th Industrial Revolution”. In this article he exposes the false nature of The Great Reset (and its current focus being called “The Great Narrative”), the driving factors behind it, as well as the deeper objectives that lurk just below the surface. WATCH

As the COVID pandemic upended the economy in the spring and summer of 2020, tens of millions of Americans lost their jobs and became ever more vulnerable to hunger. In consequence, the country’s network of food banks saw a sudden spike in usage.

Just prior to, and at the start of the pandemic, food banks distributed 1.1 billion pounds of food in the first quarter of 2020. By the fall of that year, they were handing out 1.7 billion pounds.

Since then, that dizzying increase has leveled off or fallen somewhat in many places, but that doesn’t mean the country’s no longer suffering an epidemic of food insecurity. READ MORE

"It is possible that the Arctic Ocean is more sensitive to greenhouse gases than previously thought," said one of the study's authors.

New research published Wednesday revealed the Arctic Ocean has been warming for decades longer than scientists previously understood, raising fresh concerns as the polar region faces the growing threat of a total loss of the seasonal ice that is crucial to the survival of the imperiled marine ecosystem.

study published in Science Advances found that "the recent expansion of Atlantic waters into the Arctic Ocean"—a phenomenon knows as "Atlantification"—offers "undisputable evidence of the rapid changes occurring in this region." READ MORE

"Biden has pretty much picked up Trump's foreign policy... The worst case is the increasing provocative actions towards China."

Linguist and dissident Noam Chomsky this week condemned the Biden administration's aggressive anti-China foreign policy, while dismissing the imperialist notion that Beijing poses a threat to the United States and urging a departure from the "provocation" that for decades has characterized the U.S. stance toward the rising giant.

Appearing on Democracy Now! earlier this week, Chomsky—a renowned critic of American militarism—accused President Joe Biden of continuing a perilous policy of confrontation with China. READ MORE

Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized his colleagues who complain about social spending but "all of a sudden forget about the deficit when we're talking about an annual defense budget of $778 billion."

Right-wing Democrats who have spent the past several months griping about the cost of the Build Back Better Act—and lopping roughly $2 trillion off the bill's top line—are facing growing pushback from progressive lawmakers and analysts as Congress gets ready to approve a military budget that's far more expensive on an annual basis.

Stephen Semler, co-founder of the Security Policy Reform Institute, estimated Monday that projected U.S military budgets over the next decade will cost roughly $8.31 trillion—double the combined price tag of the Biden administration's big-ticket agenda items, which include the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, the $550 billion bipartisan infrastructure law, and the $1.75 trillion reconciliation package. READ MORE

The move amplifies pressure on the Biden administration to "step back from the brink of a U.S.-Russia war, and then from the larger Cold War with China and Russia that they have so blindly and foolishly stumbled into."

After weeks of rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine, along with its Western allies, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Wednesday that his country is boosting combat readiness due to NATO activity near its borders.

"The tense military and political situation in the world and NATO's increased activity near the Russian borders prompt the need to further develop the armed forces qualitatively," Shoigu said, referring to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization made up of 30 member nations including the United States. READ MORE

A report in Covert Action Magazine from the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic in Eastern Ukraine describes grave fears of a new offensive by Ukrainian government forces, after increased shelling, a drone strike by a Turkish-built drone and an attack on Staromaryevka, a village inside the buffer zone established by the 2014-15 Minsk Accords.

The People’s Republics of Donetsk (DPR) and Luhansk (LPR), which declared independence in response to the U.S.-backed coup in Ukraine in 2014, have once again become flash points in the intensifying Cold War between the United States and Russia. READ MORE

"The challenge now is to ensure utilities do not make the mistake of replacing coal with fossil gas or unsustainable biomass."

Environmentalists on Monday hailed the shutdown of Portugal's last coal-fired power plant—a move that came nearly nine years ahead of the government's 2030 target—while warning against converting the facility to run on unsustainable biofuel.

Reuters reports the Pego power plant in Abrantes, which was responsible for 4% of Portugal's carbon emissions, exhausted its coal stock on Friday, making Saturday the first day in the nation's history that electricity was generated without the fossil fuel. READ MORE

Ethiopia might suspect that the US has ulterior motives in threatening an uninvited military intervention into the country on the pretext of evacuating its citizens who thus far don’t even want to leave because they still feel safe in the capital.

CNN reported on Tuesday that “The US military has positioned US special operations forces in Djibouti to be ready to provide assistance to the US Embassy in Ethiopia if the situation worsens, according to one military official and two sources familiar with the movements.” This comes after US State Department spokesman Ned Price denied last week that an Afghan-like evacuation was being considered despite not being prompted to compare the two. Associated Press reported Matt Lee then challenged Price as to why he’d even bring that up, which resulted in a tense exchange between them. READ MORE

In the 71 years since, the US has engaged in dozens of wars, some so secret most Americans are oblivious to their occurrence. But in all that time Congress has never explicitly granted the 13 presidents succeeding Truman the power to unilaterally wage war. Congress pays lip service to Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11, occasionally even making efforts to take it back.

But a troubling new law proposed by a couple of Congressional hawks may explicitly authorize the president to wage war with China at any point in the future should China move to bring the island nation of Taiwan back under control of mainland China. READ MORE

Documents provided exclusively to The Grayzone detail Canberra’s abandonment of Julian Assange, an Australian citizen, and provide shocking details of his prison suffering… Was the government of Australia aware of the US Central Intelligence Agency plot to assassinate Julian Assange, an Australian citizen and journalist arrested and now imprisoned under unrelentingly bleak, harsh conditions in the UK? READ MORE

Soaring food inflation has still more room to run and will continue well into 2022, according to Judy Ganes, the president of J. Ganes Consulting.

Ganes was interviewed on Bloomberg Television Friday and said rising food prices should continue into the middle of next year.

We’re not seeing a turning point just yet, we’ll probably see it, my guess is the middle of next year. There’s a point where high prices are the best cure for high prices, there’s a point where its going to have to resolve itself,” she said. 

She pointed out rising prices were due to a combination of factors, such as caps on migration, red hot labor market, labor shortages, adverse weather conditions, snarled supply, higher fertilizer prices, and soaring transportation costs. READ MORE

If you think that inflation is bad now, just wait until we get into early next year.  As you will see below, some of the biggest corporations in the entire country have just announced major price increases which will take effect during the first few months of 2022.  So if there are some things that you want to stock up on, you may want to do it now, because your money won’t stretch as far once we get a few months down the road.  I really wish that I had better news for you.  I really wish that I could tell you that prices are going to level off and that economic conditions will return to normal soon.  Unfortunately, the truth is that it appears that our problems will soon be accelerating. READ MORE

Joe Biden last week held a presser in the Rose Garden during which he issued pardons — to turkeys. Yes, turkeys. Immediately after pardoning the turkeys, a reporter from the NY Post asked Biden if he would pardon the hundreds of thousands of folks in prison, currently rotting away for “crimes” related to marijuana. Highlighting the fact that America’s cruel and violent war on drugs is still alive and well, Biden laughed it off. READ MORE

Holyoke, MA — Those who are paying attention to the ever-expanding police state in the land of the free know that the system is set up in such a way that it protects bad cops while punishing the good ones. The following example of Holyoke Police Officer Rafael Roca calling out corruption in his department and being immediately suspended for it, proves this point perfectly.

In March, Roca was suspended after taking to YouTube to expose outright criminal activity throughout his department starting with Holyoke Police Chief Manny Febo, who Roca called a “dirty cop.” READ MORE

By The Conscious Resistance

On this episode of the Activation podcast Derrick Broze talks to journalist Ben Swann about his recent trip to Europe to cover the COVID19 protests, his view on our evolving world, the solutions he sees as valuable, and his new platform, Sovren.Media.

Ben Swann is an investigative journalist working tirelessly to dissolve the left/right paradigm prevalent in most mainstream media narratives. As a news reporter and anchor in the earlier days of his career, he has gained a wealth of experience while earning two Emmy Awards and two Edward R. Murrow awards. WATCH at the SOURCE

Every time Joshua Spriestersbach tried telling the doctors, nurses, and staff at a state hospital in Hawaii that they had the wrong man, no one listened and his protests were answered with drugs. After nearly three years, the blithering idiots running the hospital finally figured out their blunder and instead of fixing their mistake, they covered it up by quietly kicking Spriestersbach out on the street with only 50 cents to his name.

Now, after they tried covering up their mistakes, Spriestersback is suing and he will undoubtedly win. READ MORE

In recent years, down-ballot wins across the country have legalized marijuana, overturned Jim Crow-era election law, and hiked minimum wages. The GOP’s campaign to suppress the Black vote threatens wins like these.

The defeat of Donald Trump followed a summer of uprisings. As his administration emboldened white nationalists and the police brutalization of Black people, our communities organized— mobilizing millions of Black voters for historic turnout.

The issues that really impact Black voters are not often at the top of the ticket. They are at the bottom of the ballot, closest to the grass roots. Even in states like Missouri, controlled by a GOP trifecta — where President Joe Biden lost by 15.4 points— ballot initiatives allow voters to advance progressive policies that will shift material conditions in our communities. READ MORE

It is increasingly apparent that America’s political and military elites are almost never held to account for their blunders or even outright crimes. The latest episode is the Pentagon’s multi-year campaign to conceal information about a March 2019 airstrike in Syria that killed as many as 64 civilians, including women and children. Despite the New York Times’ expose, there is no indication that the individuals responsible for that atrocity or the subsequent cover up will face any serious consequences.

The military’s behavior in that case is essentially the same as its obfuscation and reluctant backpedaling about the August 2021 drone strike in Kabul that killed an innocent aid worker and his family. At the time the attack took place, the Pentagon insisted that the targeted individual was a terrorist affiliated with ISIS-K, and that “secondary explosions” after the drone missile hit the van he and the other passengers were riding in proved that the vehicle was carrying bombs and bomb-making components. READ MORE

Eleven days ago on Veterans Day, while watching the cable news, I learned that our Congress, never missing a chance to ingratiate themselves with what they think Middle America wants — more money for the military, more flags flying everywhere, more fake patriotism and more pandering to the fake patriots — decided it was time to create a brand new national memorial on the already overcrowded National Mall in Washington, D.C., between the Lincoln Memorial and the U.S. Capitol building. The memorial will be called “The Global War on Terrorism Memorial.” I’m not making this up.

And what patriotic politician or red-blooded American wouldn’t be in favor of that!

Well, me. I’m not in favor of it. And I hope you won’t be, either. READ MORE

As cases of corporate violence increase, company executives escape fines, admissions, and often are promoted or let go with huge multi-million-dollar severance payments.

The disposition of the Boeing manslaughtering of 346 trusting passengers and crew in the 737 MAX crashes (Indonesia – 2018 and Ethiopia – 2019) further weakens the system of tort law and individual pursuits of justice after wrongful deaths.

Federal District Court Judge in Chicago, Jorge L. Alonso, couldn’t even wait for the scheduled hearing by Boeing’s law firms and the cooperating plaintiffs’ lawyers. He approved the stipulation a day earlier, without comment, that, among other surrenders, took away the right to argue punitive damages for Boeing’s admitted criminal conduct, stopped the discovery and depositions of the most culpable top executives, and set the stage for mediation to reduce the number of trials for compensatory damage to a very few of the 156 wronged families. READ MORE

The line of cars in the lot behind the hospital last Saturday was as straight as a rank of Marine Corps cadets. After a fashion, the line turned left into a little foursquare tent city bustling with masked nurses packing potent needles. This was very big stuff: I was there for my Pfizer booster, but of far more importance was the 8-year-old girl bouncing around in the passenger seat beside me.

My daughter was there to get her first COVID vaccination, and her elation was tempered only by her atavistic terror of needles proffered by white lab coats. After this, I kept telling her, after this and then a second one, and then two more weeks, she would finally be able to face this monster on some sort of equal footing. READ MORE

The forceful internment of Australians has begun in the large but sparsely settled Northern Territory where the dispersed population cannot easily organize into mass demonstrations. Once the precedent is established in the Northern Territory, internment camps will be the rule throughout Australia.

As of two days ago, November 22, the entirely of the Northern Territory had a total of only 38 Covid cases. Remember, the definition of a Covid case is a positive result from a PCR test, and remember that the PCR test run at the protocol cycles produces 97% false positives. In other words, it is a test manipulated to produce the appearance of a “pandemic.” READ MORE

The department will use controversial firm Babel Street to hunt for tax and sanctions dodgers, raising constitutional concerns.

THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT has in recent months expanded its digital surveillance powers, contracts provided to The Intercept reveal, turning to the controversial firm Babel Street, whose critics say it helps federal investigators buy their way around the Fourth Amendment.

Two contracts obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request and shared with The Intercept by Tech Inquiry, a research and advocacy group, show that over the past four months, the Treasury acquired two powerful new data feeds from Babel Street: one for its sanctions enforcement branch, and one for the Internal Revenue Service. Both feeds enable government use of sensitive data collected by private corporations not subject to due process restrictions. READ MORE

It’s called a Natural Asset Company. With it the New York Stock Exchange has unveiled the most radical and potentially most destructive plan yet to make literally trillions of dollars on something that is the natural right and heritage of the entire human race—nature itself, all nature, from air, fresh water to rainforests to even farmland. It is being promoted as a way to incentivize the preservation of nature. In fact it is a diabolical scheme to financialize potentially trillions of dollars of nature, ultimately allowing a globalist financial elite to control even this. And the Rockefeller Foundation is a founding partner. The combination of the NYSE and that foundation ought to sound loud alarm bells. READ MORE

Every day there’s more propaganda banging the drums of war between nuclear-armed nations a little louder. Western media are churning out reports about Russia preparing to invade Ukraine any minute now and China preparing to invade Taiwan any minute now, saying the response to each is obviously to move a lot of high-powered weaponry to both of those locations, and none of them are questioning whether these allegations are true or whether those responses are wise. READ MORE or LISTEN

While mainstream western media have been spending their time concern trolling about a “missing” Chinese tennis player who is not actually missing, hardly any coverage has gone toward NATO’s announcement that if the new German government does not continue to allow US nuclear weapons on its soil those weapons will be relocated to the east of Germany. This would put them closer to Russia’s border, a major provocation of Moscow and yet another step forward in the western empire’s steadily escalating game of nuclear brinkmanship. READ MORE or LISTEN

Charles Bukowski has a quote: “We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.”

Terrorized and flattened by trivialities, eaten up by nothing. I think about this quote a lot not just as pertains to the inevitability of our individual deaths, but to the looming death of the entire world.

The website has been doing a good job keeping track of all the many US cold war escalations against Russia and China, which seem to be coming out on a near-daily basis now. READ MORE

US Confirms Major Civilian Casualty Event in Syria

Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss new disclosures by the Department of Defense that the US military killed dozens of civilians before the fall of the Islamic State in Syria under the Trump administration. They also talk about President Joe Biden’s virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, and the ongoing water crises in Michigan. Author and historian, Enrique Rivera, talks about his book, ‘The Untold History of Capitalism: Primitive Accumulation and the Anti-Slavery Revolution’.

In Question | Supply Chain Crisis Threaten Holidays

As we approach the holiday season, battered by a second year of the pandemic—we’re looking forward to finally being able to spend holidays with loved ones. But amid rising inflation and spiking gas prices---the 2021 holiday season may be a little lean. A massive backlog of ships waiting to dock at US ports carrying goods that should already be on the shelves ahead of Black Friday. We explore all that’s In Question---surrounding Black Friday. First, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte takes a deeper look into the backlog, from one of the busiest ports in the country. (1:55) Then, VP of governor affairs at the Truckload Carriers Association Dave Heller joins In Question to talk about how this shipping crisis is affecting truckers. (5:14) Later, Sami Souid President of the IHL Group—a top fashion brand distributor discusses how retailers are struggling with limited supply. (10:20) Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, while so many are dealing with financial constraints---others are turning to shopping for some relief. So who exactly is falling victim to ‘mindless consumerism’ RT America’s Trinity Chavez explains. (17:03) Dr. Chloe Carmichael, clinical psychologist and author of Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety, joins In Question to talk about the psychology of shopping obsessions.

Going Underground | Alfred de Zayas slams US, NATO regime-change wars and use of sanctions (E1081)

On this episode, we speak to Professor Alfred de Zayas, a former UN independent expert and author of ‘Building a Just World Order’. He discusses the distrust among some of the global public towards the United Nations, Britain ignoring UN Rapporteur Nils Melzer’s report that Julian Assange is being tortured and his call for him to be freed, his work in Venezuela investigating human rights abuses and how the Venezuelan government cooperated with his requests, the US’ and NATO allies’ use of ‘humanitarian interventions’ to pursue regime change in countries like Libya, and the use of unilateral sanctions which have a devastating humanitarian impact, the public being lied to by mainstream media outlets, and much more.

Oliver Stone on The ‘Covert Govt’ Behind JFK’s Assassination and Biden’s Continuation of the Coverup

On this episode, we speak to Oscar-winner Oliver Stone, director of ‘JFK Revisited: Through The Looking Glass’. He discusses the significance of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and its implications for democracy in the US, the CIA, military-industrial complex, and other actors that he alleges were involved in the assassination, the motivations for these actors to assassinate JFK, the Biden administration’s blocking of the release of classified documents related to the assassination, and much more!

NodeXL scandal revealed

Sean O’Brien is a cyber security specialist and a member of the team building the PanQuake social media site. He joins Lee Camp to expose a the NodeXL scandal – software being used to track the social media of anyone who supports Julian Assange and other activists. They also discuss the upcoming launch of PanQuake and how the alternative social media site will fight corporate censorship.

Anders Lee takes a look at the state of Delaware’s extremely corrupt and corporate friendly regulatory policies. Jaffer Khan goes back to when NAFTA was signed in the early 90’s and led to the iconic Zapatista uprising in southern Mexico.

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