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The CyberPandemic Has Begun

The World Economic Forum’s proclaimed Cyberpandemic has begun: defense, power, water, finance, and our supply chain are all vulnerable to massive disruptions after FireEye & SolarWinds have unleashed weapons of mass digital destruction AND unlocked the back doors of governments, militaries, and nearly the entire Fortune 500. Christian Westbrook breaks it down, and asks: “Who stands to benefits from this Cyberpandemic?” in this Ice Age Farmer broadcast.

The Grand Leader of The Technofascist Great Reset Klaus Schwab has issued his pronouncement: our digital infrastructure and even the power grid that enables it is at great risk of global disruption from cyberattack. And you know what? He’s right.

It’s just that the most likely cyberterrorists are the criminals in government and in organizations connected to the World Economic Forum.

In any case, we shouldn’t rely on the idea of important information being forever and always available at the click of a button. So what ever can we do to safeguard the books, music and media that we hold dear? What people have always done: keep a physical copy of it. Today James Corbett and his guests extol the virtues of physical media in an increasingly digital age. More from The Corbett Report.

Then They Came For The Books

We have seen how the Big Tech companies — Google, Facebook and Twitter, chief among them — are now pushing online censorship and trying to hide or squirrel away knowledge. What will happen next? Will the Globalist elite begin to come for the books? More from Truthstream Media.

Mark Dice offers a review of how the Internet has enhanced communications worldwide, leading to ever-mounting efforts to impose censorship and silence all of us.

American Taliban Rising

Godless America is building a religion. They are the new Taliban — tearing down ancient statues and banning books and movies. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.

More Valuable Than a Degree

If you’re a reader, there’s no doubt you’ve come across a book that’s changed your life, or at least has made a major impact on it. Such books can be more valuable to your success in life than all the years you’ve spent at a university. In the following presentation, Successful Secrets TV recommends nine such books that have a chance to be more relevant in your life than a degree.

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