The Great Reset/Awakening

cause and effects of the Great Reset
Shared Pain of NL and US Farmers, Inflation, Woke Medical Curriculum More news not covered by corporate media, 28 July 2022 Robert W Malone MD, MS As many of you know, I spent last weekend in Belgium and The Netherlands (Holland). Talk about a whirlwind trip! During this time, I spoke with many about the situation with the WEF 2030 agenda and the farmer protests regarding having their farmlands taken from them, together with other forced draconian measures. There was a strong consensus...
Illustrative - 200 NIS bills. (Photo: Nati Shohat/Flash90) Israel is tightening laws on monetary transactions that will push the nation toward an “almost complete replacement of the use of cash in the future.” The original law was passed in 2018 and went into effect January 2019, but on Aug. 1 the cash ceiling will be reduced from $3,200 to $1,745 (11,000 to 6,000 shekels) for a single payment. In addition to this push for more digital transactions – payments which can be easily...
Protests have erupted in Buenos Aires over the past 90 days and continue to build inside the capital as residents battle with their center-left government over sizeable amendments to social programs. Members of social and trade union organizations protesting on July 20, 2022, in Buenos Aires, in demand of a universal basic income. The impoverished South American country struggles to repay its US$44 billion dollar debt with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) amid rampant inflation and...
Havana announces blackouts, cancels carnival as crisis deepens HAVANA, July 30 (Reuters) - The Cuban capital of Havana will begin electricity blackouts in August, has canceled carnival and is taking other measures as the country’s energy crisis worsens, state media reported on Saturday. The capital, home to a fifth of the population of 11.2 million and center of economic activity in Cuba, had been spared the daily power outages of four or more hours that the rest of the island has endured...
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When Sri Lanka’s Rajapaksa family returned to power in 2019, it was riding a wave of support that it sought to sustain with popular but ill-advised economic handouts. By definition, unsustainable policies eventually run into a wall. HAMBURG – As Sri Lanka’s economy unravels before our eyes, one must ask how this could happen in a country that is historically known for its high standard of living and stable economy. Sri Lanka’s achievements go back decades, giving it a per capita GDP that is...