US Fingerprints on Terrorism Aimed At China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

23 July, 2021 — NEO

Brian Berletic

In April of this year and then again in July, two attacks in Pakistan, west of the Indus River, appear to have targeted Beijing’s partnership with Islamabad.

In April a terrorist bombing targeted a hotel in Pakistan’s southwest Baluchistan province hosting China’s ambassador to Pakistan, Nong Rong. Ambassador Nong Rong was not at the hotel at the time of the bombing, but the attack still ended up killing 4 and wounding several more.

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U.S. – China Talks Point To A Longer Conflict

26 July 2021 — Moon of Alabama

The U.S. wants to slice and dice its approach to China. It will use all means to take advantage of China where it can, while restricting China in those fields were it can no longer compete with it. The Chinese reject that approach. The U.S., they say, should not see China as an enemy. It should stop lecturing China, accept it as an equal and cooperate with it in all fields.

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The worst U-turn on vaccine passes

26 July 2021 — Big Brother Watch

Dear friends,

You can’t have missed the news that the Government wants to make vaccine passes mandatory from September for large gatherings, without even the option of a test as an alternative. The front pages have been filled with Government threats confirming our worst fears – access to nightclubs, sports events, and even universities could be restricted to only those with COVID vaccine IDs.

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Coronavirus, Vaccines and the Gates Foundation

20 March 2020 — Global Research

By F. William Engdahl

Important article first published by Global Research on March 20, 2020

Arguably, no one has been more active in promoting and funding research on vaccines aimed at dealing with coronavirus than Bill Gates and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. From sponsoring a simulation of a coronavirus global pandemic, just weeks before the Wuhan outbreak was announced, to funding numerous corporate efforts to come up with a novel vaccine for the apparently novel virus, the Gates presence is there. What does it actually entail?

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Blinken comes riding the Pegasus

25 July 2021 — Indian Punhline


Pegasus: the spyware technology that threatens democracy

Pegasus, the winged divine horse from Greek mythology, symbolises a range of things. The mythological salad can include many symbolic narratives — ranging from soul’s immortality to poetic inspiration — even the Marxist eschatological myth of the withering away of the state.

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Biden approves algorithm war in Afghanistan

24 July 2021 — Indian Punchline

US President Joe Biden (R) called Afghanistan President Ghani to assure US will defend his government, July 23, 2021

If only America’s presidents exercised the option to do muscle-flexing in the White House gym, the world would have been a calmer place.

This is the second time that a US president uses Afghanistan as punch bag. Thirteen years ago, Bill Clinton, chaffing under the steamy Monica Lewinsky affair, ordered the firing of some 100 cruise missiles right into Kandahar where late fugitive Taliban amir Mullah Omar was reportedly quartered. Clinton displayed that he could still put the Oval Office to use other than for venial sins.

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medConfidential Bulletin, 23rd July 2021

23 July 2021 — medConfidential

GP data grab; paused again, but still going ahead

If you asked NHS Digital for opt-out forms and the forms didn’t show up, or took ages to arrive, people tell us that happened a lot. You can get forms from us here.

We’d like to be able to tell you that you will have more information on the ‘GPDPR’ data scheme in the future than you have today – but, as you’ll see below, that’s not a promise the Government was willing to make.

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Cuba News Links 19-23 July 2021

23 July 2021 — The New Dark Age

There may be some duplication due to cross-posting and may be updated throughout the day, so please check back

Operation Condor II: “The Right-Wing Coalitions in the Region Have Washington’s Backing”

Washington Beats the Drum of Regime Change, but Cuba Responds to Its Own Revolutionary Rhythm: The Twenty-Ninth Newsletter (2021)

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Covid Vaccines: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

23 July 2021 — Swiss Policy Research

Israel: Pfizer vaccine effectiveness by outcome and time of vaccination (MOH/Segal)

The latest data from Israel and the UK on covid vaccine effectiveness.

The latest data from Israel, which has used primarily the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, indicates that vaccine effectiveness against Delta coronavirus infection and symptomatic (“mild”) disease has dropped from about 95% to about 40%, whereas effectiveness against hospitalization and severe disease (i.e. low blood oxygen levels) remains between 80% and 90% (see chart above).

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