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Rolling Out The Architecture Of Oppression: They Fear The People

By Caitlin Johnstone They all knew a pandemic was coming, academics, researchers, every intelligence agency, according to famed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. In a groundbreaking Vice News interview Snowden declares: ‚ÄúThere is nothing more foreseeable as a public health crisis in a… Continue Reading →

How Australia Got Covid-19 Completely and Totally Wrong

Experts Warn Against Authoritarian Madness None of it makes any sense. The streets are spookily quiet. The economy has been killed stone dead. People are being fined for going about their normal lives, even for being outside their homes without… Continue Reading →

Covid-19: The Edge of the Narrative Matrix

By Caitlin Johnstone Powerful people will work to advance authoritarian agendas which they have no intention of reversing during this pandemic. They are working on it right now. This is not a possibility, this is a certainty. if your government… Continue Reading →

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