Corbett’s New World Next Week: Focus on banks and money | added October 8
Editor’s Note: A global view of the controlled demolition of the financial systems. – pcg
Story #1: Banks Around World Are Suffering Big Outages, Leaving Millions Of Customers In Lurch At Worst Possible Time
Story #2: China’s Belt and Road Faces Growing Opposition From Participating Countries as Debts Mount
Story #3: Yellen Defends IRS Rule Requiring Banks to Report All Transactions Over $600
Tucker Carlson on fake vax cards | added October 8
Editor’s Note: In his courageous broadcast, Tucker Carlson raises serious ethical questions. Carlson: “Buying a fake vaccination card is an act of desperation by decent, law-abiding Americans who have been forced into a corner by tyrants” – pcg
Buying a fake vaccination card is not a, quote, serious crime. It’s not even close to a serious crime. Buying a fake vaccination card is an act of desperation by decent, law-abiding Americans who have been forced into a corner by tyrants. You know what’s a serious crime? Forcing Americans to take drugs they don’t need or want. That’s a very serious crime. And let’s hope, in the end, someone is punished for it, severely.
17,000 home health aides expected to walk | added October 8
Editor’s Note: But it’s about health – cm
NEW YORK (WABC) — Home health care agencies across New York are bracing for possible staffing shortages as another COVID-19 vaccine mandate takes effect.
Workers in adult care facilities, home health agencies, long-term home health care programs, and hospice care have until Thursday night to get their first COVID shot.
There are about 250,000 home health aides statewide, and it is estimated that one in five is not vaccinated. That means as many as 50,000 will not be able to work Friday.
Moderna founders make Forbes list of wealthiest people in the US | added October 8
Editor’s Note: To become part of the 1% all you have to do is collude with the federal government to kill people! – cm
Two founders of Moderna and one top investor made it on Forbes’s list of the wealthiest people in the United States, following the company’s development of one of the initial COVID-19 vaccines distributed worldwide.
Moderna’s co-founder and chairman Noubar Afeyan, co-founder and board member Robert Langer, and Moderna investor Timothy Springer were featured on the prestigious Forbes 400 list.
Whitney Webb: Moderna: A Company “In Need Of A Hail Mary” | added October 8
Those analyzing the COVID-19 crisis and its effects have mostly focused on how its disruptive nature has led to major shifts and recalibrations throughout society and the economy. Such disruption has also lent itself to a variety of agendas that had required an event of “reset” potential in order to be realized. In the case of the vaccine industry, COVID-19 has led to dramatic changes in how federal agencies manage the approval of medical countermeasures during a declared crisis, how trials for vaccine candidates are conducted, how the public perceives vaccination, and even how the term “vaccine” is defined.
Such shifts, though obvious, have provoked praise from some and sharp criticism from others, with the latter category being largely censored from public discourse on television, in print, and online. However, in objectively analyzing such seismic changes, it’s clear that most of these shifts in vaccine development and vaccine policy dramatically favor speed and the implementation of new and experimental technology at the expense of safety and thorough study. In the case of vaccines, it can be argued that no one benefitted more from these changes than the developers of the COVID-19 vaccines themselves, particularly the pharmaceutical and biotechnology company Moderna.
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Editor’s Note: Comment – pcg