Fake Coronavirus Data, Fear Campaign. Spread of the COVID-19 Infection

5 April 2020 — Origin: Global Research

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky


Do not let yourself be misled by the fear campaign, pointing to a Worldwide coronavirus calamity with repeated “predictions” that hundreds of thousands of people are going to die.

These are boldface lies. Scientific assessments of the health impacts of  the COVID-19 have been withheld, they do not make the headlines.

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Selected Stories: Fake Coronavirus Data, Fear Campaign. Spread of the COVID-19 Infection

6 April 2020 — Origin: Global Research

Henry Kissinger Calls for a New Post-Covid World Order

By Mike Whitney, April 06, 2020

Henry Kissinger thinks the Coronavirus is a threat to his precious New World Order, so he wants President Trump to do whatever he can to protect the system. In an opinion piece that was published in the Wall Street Journal on Friday, the former Secretary of State urged Trump to launch a grand project, like the Marshall Plan, to unify the allies and convince them that the Uncle Sam can still rally the troops in a time of crisis.

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Cynical £13bn ‘write-off’ prepares NHS for more privatisation

6 April 2020 — True Publica

By TruePublica: On April 2nd, the Government announced that the NHS was to benefit from a £13bn debt ‘write-off’.

“Health Secretary announces over £13 billion of debt will be written off as part of a major financial reset for NHS. More than a hundred NHS hospitals to be rid of historic debt, freeing them up to invest in maintaining vital services and longer-term infrastructure improvements and comes alongside new NHS funding model to make sure the NHS has the necessary funding and support to respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.” (source: gov.uk)

This £13bn debt announcement is at best spurious but at worst, downright deceitful.

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Coronavirus Socialism for the Wealthy

6 April 2020 — Counter Currents


When capitalism screeches to a halt and starts its old business of killing off the adventurous but weakened, the enterprising but foolish, those who initially benefited, shed tears.  Losses mount, accountants tally up current and future losses.  Huge profits somehow do not matter now, as the diminishing balances bite and impress.  As this happens, the corporatocrats start to search.  Options usually end up at the same spot they always tend to in the last few centuries: the state treasury, the public purse.

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Lives or livelihoods?

6 April 2020 — Michael Roberts Blog

There are now two billion people across the world living under some form of lockdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. That’s a quarter of the world’s population. The world economy has seen nothing like this. Nearly all economic forecasts for global GDP in 2020 are for a contraction of 3-5%, as bad if not worse than in the Great Recession of 2008-9.

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