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Henry Kissinger Calls For Liberal World Order

Henry Kissinger Calls For Liberal World Order

Ex US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has called for a liberal world order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  In an article published by the Wall Street Journal, Kissinger praised the White House for doing a “solid job in avoiding immediate catastrophe”, noting that the US government now has to work efficiently in order to stop the viral[Read More…]

Coronavirus Act: Arbitrary Detentions, Forced Medication, Unexplained Deaths, Mass Surveillance and More

Coronavirus Act: Arbitrary Detentions, Forced Medication, Unexplained Deaths, Mass Surveillance and More

Forced medication…no investigation into suspicious deaths, compulsory detention of anyone – including children – for an indeterminate time…it all sounds like a scenario from a bad dystopian movie doesn’t it? However, all of the above have been included as part of the Coronavirus Act, which was signed into law on March 25th. Although it is called the Coronavirus Bill, it[Read More…]

Study Sheds Light On Death Rate And Flu Viruses In Italy

Study Sheds Light On Death Rate And Flu Viruses In Italy

Italy has been one of the worst affected countries when it comes to coronavirus. Every day, media headlines inform us that people are dying of the disease by the thousands in Italy. However, in the past, scientific studies have found that respiratory-related deaths are unfortunately not a new thing during the influenza season in Italy. In November 2019, a study[Read More…]

Locust Plague Wreaks Havoc Across Africa and Asia

Locust Plague Wreaks Havoc Across Africa and Asia

Strange times we live in. As COVID-19 wreaks havoc across the world, another plague is sweeping across Africa. Billions of locusts have descended upon towns and cities across East Africa and South Asia. It is the worst infestation for a quarter of a century, threatening crops and livelihoods. Nobody knows where these locusts come from or why they have suddenly[Read More…]

Majority of Coronavirus Death Victims Have Pre-existing Conditions, Study Shows

Majority of Coronavirus Death Victims Have Pre-existing Conditions, Study Shows

Italy has been one of the worst affected regions from the coronavirus, with more than 4,000 deaths and a 150% leap in the death toll. However, a new study shows that the vast majority of those who died had underlying symptoms.  Researchers examined medical records of about 18% of the country’s coronavirus fatalities by the country’s national health authority and[Read More…]