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Oxford Nixes Climate Lockdowns

This week on the New World Next Week: Finland teaches its citizens about media literacy; Oxfordians are already pushing back against the 15-minute city idea; and Lukashenko abolishes copyright in Belarus (kinda sorta not really). More from The Corbett Report and Media Monarchy.




Juan O. Savin: Breaking Point

Juan O. Savin warns the summer of discontent is here and the country is at a breaking point. The problems surrounding the voting machines from the 2020 presidential election have not been resolved, the Jan. 6 committee is off the rails and Vladimir Putin is taking advantage of the chaos by moving a massive arsenal of nuclear weapons into Belarus. What comes next? Here’s Savin with David “Nino” Rodriguez.




Ruling Elites Just Don’t Care

The Podcast of the Lotus Eaters have come to the conclusion that the ruling elites don’t really value your sentiments and opinions. They thrive in their own corrupt world without a care in the world.

Host Callum Darragh brings us the evidence of their conceit, including clips featuring the incestuous gathering at the White House correspondence dinner.




Poland Defends Its Borders

Poland is defending its borders against a massive wave of Muslim migrants trying to enter Europe via Belarus. Lying due east of Poland, Belarus is a landlocked country whose president, Alexander Lukashenko, has been involved in plenty of monkey business.

Lukashenko has held office more than 27 years, using election fraud to remain in power. He’s helping the waves of migrants in an attempt to destabilize Europe, whose nations have brought sanctions against him. Here, Steve Turley gives an overview and explains why Poland’s nationalism has become a model for other countries.




Belarus Unites For Freedom

Belarus is seeing its largest protests in history as thousands are calling for the exit of its strongman Alexander Lukashenko. The long-time dictator won another rigged election days ago. Belarusian opposition protesters took to the streets for the eighth consecutive day of anti-government demonstrations Sunday, demanding the departure of the country’s embattled authoritarian leader. Lukashenko’s been in power since 1994 and claimed a landslide victory in a vote that gave him his sixth term in office. Russia, a traditional ally of Belarus, has said it was prepared to offer military support if needed. More from CNBC TV.

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Why WHO Lies About Pandemic

Here are the 425 billion reasons why the World Health Organization or WHO has a dark secret about the coronavirus. That’s right: The real reason why WHO won’t call this a pandemic. It’s also why US health authorities hold lots of secret meetings without telling the public the truth. Sometimes, the CDC or Center for Disease Control even doesn’t let elected officials in on the secret. More from Lisa Haven.




Styxhxenhammer666 says coronavirus has now appeared in five new countries: the Netherlands, Belarus, Nigeria, Lithuania and New Zealand. He’s living in Netherlands, so he’s planning to venture out and buy a few more canned foods and get better prepared. More worrisome: The outbreak in Nigeria. This is a country with poor medical standards and crowded slums, particularly around the capital of Lagos. We could see some major carnage. Japan closes its schools for two months.




Within and without China, the coronavirus continues to rage on. A leaked report claims that actual covid-19 cases within China are 52x higher than the 78K reported by authorities. Whether true or not, that estimate comports with the massive heavy-handed response the government has been pursuing there.

Outside of China, more cases in more countries are being reported, especially in the EU. Since yesterday, new cases have been reported in Sweden, Greece, France, Spain, Germany, and, of course, Italy. The virus appears as virulent as ever. Remember those photos of sick people collapsing on the street in China? Well, we’re now seeing the same thing in South Korea and Iran. Infections continue to grow at a non-linear (i.e., exponential) rate. New cases & death are *doubling* worldwide every 4-5 days(!).

Containment has failed. The coronavirus is spreading worldwide and it’s prudent to assume it’s headed near where you live at some point. Use the time you still have now to prepare. Being well-stocked, well-trained and in a position to help others is your best defense at this point.More from Chris Martenson.

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San Francisco is declaring an emergency over the coronavirus. The CDC says it’s coming: It’s no longer a matter of it, but when. People are beginning to fight over fight. More from Tim Pool.




Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain updates you on the latest news on this radical new health threat. The first case in Pakistan has been reported. It’s now spreading faster outside China than within China.

Is it time to panic?




 

 

Europe’s Last Dictatorship

When activists dropped parachuting teddy bears with pro-democracy slogans on Belarus, what’s dubbed Europe’s last dictatorship went to great lengths to silence the protest. The regime initially denied the airdrop had occurred, then jailed a journalist from Belarus who published photos of the teddies on a website. The incident even provoked a full-scale diplomatic rift between Belarus and Sweden, the home of the “Teddy Bear” activists.

Amos Roberts from SBS Dateline reports from Sweden and Belarus. Detained at the border upon trying to leave Belarus, Roberts had to secretly smuggle this footage out of the country.

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