COVID — The Lies We Don’t Question

12 JULY 2020 — Medium

Omar S. Khan

The “reality immunity” of panic porn

It’s hard to know how to have a coherent conversation on this topic. A quick smattering.

Globally cases are seemingly rising, particularly among the young, as testing is going up. The Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary, Yoshihide Suga mentions hospitals have plenty of rooms, most of these cases are young people “without symptoms,” and so they will go ahead with loosening voluntary restrictions (essentially all they’ve had), 5000 spectators allowed as of Friday at baseball games, with some distancing.

Then we learn, case numbers, acutely so in the US are being back-filled (more below), reclassifying months of old non-COVID or “with” COVID deaths, so we can hardly know if the stats are sane, or even for sentient absorption.

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The Tests: Covid-19 and the Benign Common Cold Coronavirus. Can They be Distinguished?

15 July 2020 — Global Research

Introductory Note by Dr. Gary Kohls

It has long been known that benign coronavirus species are capable of causing 15 – 30 % of common colds (usual symptoms: runny nose, cough, sore throat).

This reality was recently mentioned by a renowned virologist from Germany, in an interview where he also admitted that laboratory confirmation of COVID-19 is next to impossible given the high incidence of both false-positive “COVID-19” PCR swab tests and false positive “COVID-19”  serum antibody tests.

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False Promises: The ‘Green Revolution in Africa’ is failing on its own terms

14 July 2020 — Climate & Capitalism

Time to change course

A negative report card. Yield increases for key staple crops in the years before AGRA were just as low as during AGRA. The number of people going hungry has increased by 30 percent during the AGRA years. (Click image to download report.)

The Gates Foundation’s billion dollar project is a vicious circle that drives small-scale food producers further and further into poverty


Timothy A. Wise is a Senior Research Fellow at Tufts University’s Global Development and Environment Institute, and author of Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness. Family Farmers and the Battle for the Future of Food (New Press, 2019).


by Timothy Wise

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