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African nations force WHO to back down on Pandemic Treaty

African nations force WHO to back down on Pandemic Treaty

Africa objects to US proposal on controversial IHR (WHO) amendments By Shabnam Palesa Mohamed Take Back Power Meanwhile India discovers irregularities in WHO financial audit In a rare show of African power and solidarity, several African member states objected to proposed International Health Regulations amendments, discussed at the World Health Assembly 75 this week – a move many believe might shake up the World Health Organization’s dominance. A well placed source shared: “The resolution on IHR amendments was not passed at the…

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Official statistics of covid-19 injuries in Australia

Official statistics of covid-19 injuries in Australia

Attached is the full list of injuries following the Covid-19 injections as reported, accepted and input by The Department of Health in Australia -data to 17th May 2022 Adverse injuries reported and disclosed now total 422,380 across the injections  being used in Australia: Pfizer (Comirnaty), Moderna (Spikevax),  AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Novavax (Nuxaxoid) 857 deaths in Australia have now been reported following a Covid-19 injection Only 1-10% are reported These are the short term reactions only, long term impact of these injections…

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The world has just 10 weeks’ worth of wheat left

The world has just 10 weeks’ worth of wheat left

World Has 10-Week Supply Of Wheat: Prepare For The Worst Food Shortages This Planet Has Ever Seen FOOD APOCALYPSE: The world has just 10 weeks’ worth of wheat left  Ethan Huff In less than three weeks, wheat could disappear from store shelves, suggested a food insecurity expert to the United Nations. Sara Menker, the CEO of agriculture analytics firm Gro Intelligence, told the UN Security Council that before the end of summer, the world’s wheat supplies could dry up – and…

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Annual inflation in Germany has reached 7.9%

Annual inflation in Germany has reached 7.9%

GERMAN INFLATION NEARS 50-YEAR HIGH CONSUMER PRICES ARE SURGING IN EUROPE’S TOP ECONOMY. The German statistics office Destatis has reported another jump in inflation in May as food and energy prices continue to climb. Annual inflation in Europe’s top economy has reached 7.9%, the highest level since the 1973 oil crisis. The surge comes amid the conflict in Ukraine and the unprecedented sanctions imposed on Russia. Soaring energy prices have had a considerable impact on inflation since late February, when…

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Is Europe committing economic suicide?

Is Europe committing economic suicide?

If you want to understand what is happening in the world you need to go beyond the daily political and military news and delve deeper and understand the three E’s of Economy, Energy and Environment. In his gentle way, Dr Martenson lays out the dangerous delusion of those making decisions in the West and the unbelievable stupidity and delusion of those who say that the end of the oil industry can’t come a minute too late. These idiots will discover…

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