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Mr. Monsanto: Back In Action

Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

  • Story #1: America’s Biggest Owner Of Farmland Is Now Bill Gates
  • Story #2: Biden’s Handlers Pick “Mr. Monsanto” Tom Vilsack to Head the USDA. Vilsack is so-named because as U.S. Department of Agriculture chief under Barack Obama, he supported more genetically modified foods than any USDA chief in history.
  • Story #3: “I Am Open” – 50,000 Italian Restaurant Owners Plan to Ignore Lockdown

Mass Disobedience Spreads

Let’s travel to Italy where 50,000 restaurants have re-opened, defying coronavirus lockdown orders. Of course, you don’t see news of this uprising on your television sets. The news is broadcast, meaning, it’s all a pack of lies. More from Computing Forever.

New York City Dead Forever

A massive increase in violence and real estate vacancies has sent New York City spiraling into an abyss that it may never recover from. At least that’s the dismal outlook from former hedge-fund manager James Altucher.

The five-month-plus coronavirus lockdown and the ridiculous defund the police debacle in the city has sparked a 176 percent rise in shootings and violence, and in turn an enormous downturn in real estate vacancies–122 percent decline, to be exact, and more than 13,000 empty apartments!

Altucher, a lifelong New Yorker, says 30 to 50 percent of New York restaurants are already out of business and are not coming back and most corporate companies in usually bustling midtown are mandating their employees work remotely. “This completely damages not only the economic ecosystem of New York City–the restaurants, transportation, office buildings, commercial real estate–but what happens to the tax base when all of your workers now can live anywhere in the country, even the suburbs.” Here’s more of the gloom and doom for the Big Apple with Altucher and Fox News anchor Stuart Varney.

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Federal Reserve The Real Thief

Neel Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank, is calling for a “hard” shut down of up to six weeks to stop the spread of COVID-19. Never mind that the country has already languished through nearly five months of lock down and a stunning 55 percent of restaurants registered on Yelp nationwide have gone belly-up. And that doesn’t include the countless bars, salons, gyms and numerous small businesses that are hurting badly or have gone broke.

It turns out that the Fed was knee-deep in this shut down fiasco from the very start and the way they’ve navigated the COVID-19 pandemic is nothing short of thievery. The Fed is printing money, and buying stocks and bribing big businesses, while forcing small ones to close–stealing business owners of their livelihood and wealth. And now they want another, extended lock down. There’s no way small business can survive. Here’s more with Glenn Beck and his crew on The Blaze.

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What’s It Like To Be Targeted

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Ana Beaven. owner of Cuchara Restaurant in Houston, Texas, about what it’s like to run a restaurant during a pandemic as well as being a target of cancel culture. Ana shares she has tried to adjust her small restaurant in the midst of a pandemic. She also describes how a simple misunderstood Facebook comment about Black Lives Matter protests can bring on the wrath of the social justice outrage mob. Ana describes how they handled the extortion like demands made of her business by woke protesters.

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North Korea’s Spy Bistro

North Korea lacks the money to feed its people, but the government has opened an expensive restaurant in Beijing rumored to serve as a spy base. The mysterious Hae Dang Hwa caters to high-profile North Korean officials and businessmen in China.

Beautiful North Korean waitresses wear traditional dresses, while professional female-only performers hop from room to room with musical instruments. No photography is allowed, and, of course, no English is spoken. Some observers maintain that North Korea opens restaurants in foreign countries to provide cover for spy missions.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The original video has disappeared off YouTube. So in its place, we substitute another video about these North Korea-run restaurants found throughout Asia.)

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