Dangerous Gaps: Knowledge, Action, and Justice

Monday, 17 January 2022 — Global Justice in the 21st Century

by Richard Falk

[Prefatory Note: The following essay was published on the website of This View of Life (TVOL) thisviewoflife.com, which brings to bear the views of science and evolutionary biology on a series of global challenges increasingly overwhelming the capabilities of civilizational modernity. A series of related articles can be found on the TVOL website. My essay was published there on January 13, 2022.]
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Watch: Kazakhstan Chaos: An Opportunity, But for Who?

Suunday, 16 January 2022 — New Atlas

(Brian Berletic – NEO) – Kazakhstan has suffered severe nationwide violence allegedly prompted by fuel price concerns. However, it quickly became clear that it was instead actually foreign-sponsored destabilization which was, at best, using legitimate public concerns as cover for attempted regime change.

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The Covid Vaccine War (II)

Sunday, 16 January 2022 — Swiss Policy Research

US comedian Trevor Noah (“The Daily Show”), Roger Federer (a WEF Young Global Leader since 2010 and one of only four billionaire athletes), Rafael Nadal (“who am I to create a different opinion?”), and Bill Gates (Match for Africa, Cape Town, February 2020)

New developments concerning “vaccine passports”, vaccine mandates, and protests against them – an updated international overview.
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Corona Totalitarianism and the Masses

Monday, 17 January 2022 — Internationalist 360°

Carlos Fazio

The massive acceptance of the draconian rules imposed by various governments in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic could lead to a new totalitarian system. A technocratic system of transhumanist ideology, with the eventual ensuing atrocities that would be justified under the banner of collective welfare.

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Watch Pepe Escobar and The Grayzone: Kazakhstan coup fails, US-Russia talks go nowhere. Is war on horizon?

Friday, 14 January 2022 — The Saker

Max Blumenthal and geopolitical analyst Pepe Escobar discuss the violent coup attempt in Kazakhstan, and its crucial importance as an ally of Russia and the center of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Pepe addresses US and Turkish meddling, and why this massive and misunderstood country is suddenly at the heart of the new cold war. They also talk about the failure of the US-Russia talks in Geneva and if war could be on the horizon.
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The Right to Healthy Food: Comorbidities and COVID-19

Monday, 17 January 2022 — Global Research

In early 2020, we saw the beginning of the COVID-19 ‘pandemic’. The world went into lockdown and even after lockdowns in various countries had been lifted, restrictions continued. Data now shows that lockdowns seemingly had limited if any positive impacts on the trajectory of COVID-19 and in 2022 the world – especially the poor – is paying an immense price not least in terms of loss of income, loss of livelihoods, the deterioration of mental and physical health, the eradication of civil liberties, disrupted supply chains and shortages.

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