CNN outraged at Sinclair-owned local news stations for interviewing doctor at heart of ‘Plandemic’ conspiracy theory

RAEL’S COMMENT: Who owns CNN? Another example of the 0.001% trying to control the world of slaves.
 

CNN has whipped up an army of outraged Twitter liberals after it slammed a network of local news stations for airing an interview with a disgraced scientist who blamed Dr Anthony Fauci for the coronavirus.
Dr Judy Mikovits is the star of ‘Plandemic,’ a conspiracy documentary claiming that Covid-19 is a ploy by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates to poison the masses with vaccines and get rich doing so. The film has been pulled from YouTube, censored in internet searches, and denounced by almost every single mainstream media outlet.

Mikovits, however, will appear on hundreds of local news outlets owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group this weekend, during a segment of ‘America This Week’, hosted by Eric Bolling.

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‘We will coup whoever we want’: Elon Musk sparks online riot with quip about overthrow of Bolivia’s Evo Morales

RAEL’S COMMENT: It’s not at all a “joke”: it’s the ugly face of the 0.001% super-rich people who are the real power governing the world and placing puppet politicians in place to impose what’s best for their interest of always more domination of the slave population: the 99.999%.
 

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has stirred up a Twitter storm after seemingly suggesting that he has no objections to carrying out regime change operations for his company’s benefit. But some argued Musk was clearly joking.
The provocative comments were made after the billionaire businessman suggested that another government stimulus bill to help boost America’s faltering economy would “not be in the best interests of the people.”

One unpersuaded commentator fired back: “You know what wasn’t in the best interest of people? The US government organizing a coup against Evo Morales in Bolivia so you could obtain the lithium there.”

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New book argues for a sustainable world with 3 billion people

RAEL’S COMMENT: 3 billion is way too much: the target must be 700 million.
 

In his new book A Planet of 3 Billion, Christopher Tucker presents a vision of a future world inhabited by 3 billion people, compared to 7.8 billion today. Inspired by Joel Cohen’s 1995 book How Many People Can the Earth Support? Tucker sets out to answer exactly this question. The ecological destruction caused by humanity demands reduced consumption and a new economy, but also strong future population decline. To understand why and how this can be achieved, Tucker uses a geographical approach. Despite a few weak sections, this book is worth reading by both scholars and general readers.

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RAEL: Better die free than live without freedom !

LAS VEGAS, April 16 – In a statement published on March 30, Rael, spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement declared: “Governments that force us, under penalty of prosecution, to remain within the confines of our home are violating the fundamental right guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the right to freedom of movement and ideas. Whatever the justifications may be; epidemics, wars, terrorism, etc., absolutely nothing can justify this violation of our freedom.”Read More

Trump: U.S. will terminate relationship with the World Health Organization in wake of Covid-19 pandemic

RAEL’S COMMENT: That’s one of the best decisions of this President who may be the best in US history.
 

President Trump said Friday the U.S. would halt its funding of the World Health Organization and pull out of the agency, accusing it of protecting China as the coronavirus pandemic took off. The move has alarmed health experts, who say the decision will undermine efforts to improve the health of people around the world.

In an address in the Rose Garden, Trump said the WHO had not made reforms that he said would have helped the global health agency stop the coronavirus from spreading around the world.

“We will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs,” Trump said. “The world needs answers from China on the virus.”

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