May 25, 2023

At Bilderberg’s Bigwig Bash, Two Things Are Guaranteed: Kissinger And Secrecy

The Portuguese sun was doing its cheery best to make this year’s Bilderberg meeting seem warm and welcoming, but nothing could take the deathly chill out of the official agenda of the secretive shindig for some of the world’s most powerful people.
May 11, 2023

Brussels Unveils Plan To Boost EU Defense Industry

European Commission industry chief Thierry Breton has urged European defense companies to get into “war economy mode” as he unveiled a new plan to boost weapons manufacturing across the EU.
April 27, 2023

Criminal Complaint Adds to Ursula von der Leyen’s Pfizer Text Woes

While the prospects for the case are as-yet unclear, the lodging of a criminal complaint against Commission President Ursula von der Leyen by 35-year-old Belgian lobbyist Frédéric Baldan over undisclosed text messages adds to the clamor of voices calling for greater transparency over how the EU's COVID-19 vaccine contracts were negotiated.
March 16, 2023

UK Government Discussed Using ‘Fear’ And ‘Guilt’ To Make Public Follow COVID-19 Rules

The British government discussed using “fear” and “guilt” to coerce the public into following COVID-19 lockdown rules, leaked WhatsApp messages obtained by the Sunday Telegraph show.
March 2, 2023

European Parliament Chiefs Block Public Scrutiny Of European Commission President Over Pfizer Contract

The top ranks of the European Parliament have slammed the door shut to a public cross-examination of Commission President Ursula von der Leyen over her personal role in negotiating a multibillion-euro vaccine deal with Pfizer.
February 3, 2023

George Soros Tied To At Least 54 Influential Media Figures

Billionaire George Soros is tied to some of the most influential media figures in the United States and abroad through cash he provides to groups affiliated with them, according to a new study conducted by MRC Business.
November 30, 2022

Anti-Lockdown Protests Spread In China As Anger Rises Over Zero-Covid Strategy

People opposed to China’s stringent Covid restrictions have protested in cities across the country in the biggest wave of civil disobedience on the mainland since Xi Jinping assumed power a decade ago.
November 30, 2022

G20 Leaders Agree to Global Vaccination Passport System: ‘Where Will It End?’

The leaders of the world's largest economies at the recent G20 meeting held in Bali, Indonesia, did much more than discuss current economic troubles. They also drafted and signed a declaration in which the 20 countries agreed to adopt vaccine passports with the purported goal to promote global travel and tourism.