The Post Covid World, The WEF’s Diabolical Project: “Resetting the Future of Work Agenda”

The Post Covid World, The WEF’s Diabolical Project: “Resetting the Future of Work Agenda” – After “The Great Reset”. A Horrifying Future

(Source The World Economic Forum (WEF) has just published (October 2020) a so-called White Paper, entitled “Resetting the Future of Work Agenda – in a Post-Covid World”. This 31-page document reads like a blueprint on how to “execute” – because an execution (or implementation) would be – “Covid-19 – The Great Reset” (July 2020), by Klaus Schwab, founder and CEO (since the foundation of the WEF in 1974) and his associate Thierry Malleret.

They call “Resetting the Future” a White Paper, meaning it’s not quite a final version. It is a draft of sorts, a trial balloon, to measure people’s reactions. It reads indeed like an executioner’s tale. Many people may not read it – have no awareness of its existence. If they did, they would go up in arms and fight this latest totalitarian blueprint, offered to the world by the WEF. It promises a horrifying future to some 80%-plus of the (surviving) population. George Orwell’s “1984” reads like a benign fantasy, as compared to what the WEF has in mind for humanity.

The Great Reset foresees, a credit scheme, whereby all personal debt would be “forgiven” – against handing over all personal assets to an administrative body or agency – could possibly be the IMF.

So, you would own nothing – and be happy. 

Because all your necessities will be provided for.

Also, it should not occur to you to disagree with the system, because – by now each one of you has been covid-vaccinated and nano-chipped – so that with 5G and soon to come 6G, your mind can be read and influenced. Please do not call this a conspiracy theory. It is a White Paper, an “authoritative report” by the WEF.

Invasive Dog-Sized Lizards Are Spreading Across the Southeastern United State

Invasive Dog-Sized Lizards Are Spreading Across the Southeastern United States (Source

The Argentine black-and-white tegu has made its way to the United States’ southeast, and experts are warning about the harmful impacts it could have on the area’s ecosystem. According to National Geographic, the invasive, dog-sized lizards are native to South America but are now spreading to places like Georgia, South Carolina, Texas, Louisiana, and Alabama, after being bred in southern Florida for over a decade.

Doctors say CDC should warn people the side effects from Covid vaccine

Doctors say CDC should warn people the side effects from Covid vaccine shots won’t be ‘a walk in the park’ (Source The CDC must be transparent about the side effects people may experience after getting their first shot of a coronavirus vaccine, doctors urged during a meeting Monday with CDC advisors. Dr. Sandra Fryhofer said that both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines require two doses and she worries whether her patients will come back for a second dose because of potentially unpleasant side effects after the first shot. Both companies acknowledged that their vaccines could induce side effects that are similar to symptoms associated with mild Covid-19, such as muscle pain, chills and headache.



CommonPass1 is a digital “health passport” framework initiated by The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum and The Rockefeller Foundation, which during the first week of July 2020 convened more than 350 leaders from the public and private sectors in 52 countries to design a common framework “for safe border reopening” around the world. The proposed framework involves the following: Every nation must publish their health screening criteria for entry into the country using a standard format on a common framework. Each country must register trusted facilities that conduct COVID-19 lab testing for foreign travel and administer vaccines listed in the CommonPass registry. Each country will accept health screening status from foreign visitors through apps and services built on the CommonPass framework. Patient identification is to be collected at the time of sample collection and/or vaccination using an international standard. The CommonPass framework will be integrated into flight and hotel reservation and check-in processes. Eventually, the CommonPass framework will be integrated with already existing personal health apps such as Apple Health and CommonHealth. If you want to travel, your personal health record will be evaluated and compared to a country’s entry requirements, and if you don’t meet them, you’ll be directed to an approved testing and vaccination location. A screen grab from the video illustrates the general idea of how this will all work. When you get your test result or vaccine, that data is uploaded to an app on your cellphone. The app generates a barcode that is then scanned at the airport, at hotel check-in and wherever else vaccine status verification is deemed necessary. That the Rockefeller Foundation is one of the three founders of CommonPass should surprise no one, considering they basically laid the groundwork for it in their April 21, 2020, white paper2 “National COVID-19 Testing Action Plan — Strategic Steps to Reopen Our Workplaces and Our Communities.” That white paper laid out a strategic framework that is clearly intended to become part of a permanent surveillance and social control structure that severely limits personal liberty and freedom of choice. It also warns that elimination of privacy will be required, stating that “Some privacy concerns must be set aside for an infectious agent as virulent as COVID-19 …” The tracking system proposed by The Rockefeller Foundation also demands access to other medical data, which tells us the system will have any number of other uses besides tracking COVID-19 cases.

Russia says vaccine candidate is 95 percent effective, will sell for $10 internationally

Russia says vaccine candidate is 95 percent effective, will sell for $10 internationally

(Source Russia on Tuesday said its COVID-19 vaccine candidate Sputnik V has an efficacy over 95 percent, adding that it would cost less than $10 a dose in international markets. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) announced the price tag for its near-ready vaccine around the same time British vaccine creators from Oxford University and AstraZeneca said their version was 70 percent effective, up to 90 percent if dosages are adjusted, The Washington Post reported. The Sputnik V vaccine candidate, named after Russia’s first satellite, became the first vaccine in the world to be registered, in August. Russia’s decision was controversial as the vaccine had not been thoroughly tested at the time, though it is now undergoing late-stage testing with around 40,000 volunteer participants. Last week, American vaccine maker Pfizer — the vaccine candidate developed by which has an efficacy of over 95 percent — filed for emergency use authorization (EUA) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and a similar viable candidate from Moderna is slated to be submitted for approval next month. RDIF said the vaccine would be free for Russians, and the rollout of dosages would start in 2021. For anyone outside the country, the two-shot dose will cost around $20. Russian officials also claimed its vaccine candidate has greater efficacy than the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine due to the country’s proprietary technology, which it offered to share with British vaccine developers. “Sputnik shows very high effectiveness, higher than 95 percent,” Kirill Dmitriev, the head of the RDIF, said during a briefing on Tuesday, according to The Guardian. “This is indisputably positive news not just for Russia, but for the entire world, for all countries.”

Biden’s foreign policy team lays out a national security vision that differs sharply from Trump’s

Biden’s foreign policy team lays out a national security vision that differs sharply from Trump’s

(Source “Diplomacy is back,” and America will be “a country of welcome.” These were just two of the policy shifts that members of President-elect Joe Biden’s national security team pledged to enact Tuesday at an event introducing Biden’s choices for top Cabinet posts. Biden said his nominees will “restore America globally, its global leadership and its moral leadership, and will ensure that our service members, diplomats and intelligence professionals can do their jobs free of politics.”  The event offered millions of Americans their first opportunity to hear directly from Biden’s nominees, who have decades of experience in foreign policy but are not necessarily household names.  Taken together, their remarks previewed an approach to foreign policy that seems diametrically opposed to the one that President Donald Trump has pursued for the past four years. There was no talk of “America first” and no hint of crackdowns on immigration or refugees. There were no corporate CEOs or career military officers named to high posts and no suggestions that U.S. foreign policy needs to serve economic interests through trade deals and bilateral purchasing agreements. Instead, the nominees spoke of the importance of reestablishing America’s moral leadership, championing human rights and strengthening multilateral relationships with allies and democracies around the world.

How to See a Frosty Moon Eclipse and a Gorgeous Full Moonrise Next Week

How to See a Frosty Moon Eclipse and a Gorgeous Full Moonrise Next Week

(Source If you’ve ever seen any kind of eclipse of the sun, you’ve stood in the shadow of the moon. But have you ever seen Earth’s shadow on the moon? That’s exactly what’s going to be possible in the early hours of Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 when the full Frosty Moon (also called a Beaver Moon) drifts into Earth’s shadow in space. Here’s everything you need to know about the penumbral lunar eclipse visible from all of North America. Earth always projects a shadow in space, but only when the sun, Earth, and moon line up can a total lunar eclipse be caused. Another definition of that line-up is a full moon, which is the only time the sun is opposite the moon and so illuminates 100% of its surface as seen from Earth. 

A full moon occurs every month, of course, but only occasionally is the syzygy so perfect that the moon moves into the Earth’s shadow. In this case it’s Earth’s fuzzy outer shadow, its penumbra, that the moon will cross into. The visual effect will be of a gradual darkening of exactly 83% of the full moon, which will change from a bright, white orb in the night sky to a muted, dim grey object for a few hours. It’s an odd sight and a great time to take a photo of our natural satellite. 

Virus Outbreak, Once in the Nation’s Middle, Gains Steam All Around

Virus Outbreak, Once in the Nation’s Middle, Gains Steam All Around (Source The New York Times)

The reason the country is continuing to break case records has less to do with North Dakota and Wisconsin than it does with swift resurgences of the virus in cities like Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami and Phoenix and with first-time spikes in smaller cities away from the nation’s middle, like Cumberland, Maryland. “Our people are tired,” said Maggie Hansen, chief nursing executive at Memorial Healthcare System in south Florida. Coronavirus cases are emerging in their highest numbers of the pandemic, with more than 175,000 a day, on average, in a country that has seen more cases and more deaths than anywhere else in the world. More than 1.2 million cases have been identified in the United States in the past week alone, and the country is on pace to reach 13 million known cases in the coming days. Deaths are also rising fast, with more than 2,200 announced nationwide Tuesday, the most on a single day since early May. Iowa and South Dakota continue to report new cases at some of the highest rates in the country, and deaths there have reached their highest levels on record. But the pace of the spread has slowed in those regions while rapidly increasing in other, more populous parts of the country, including in California, where more than 17,000 cases were announced Monday, and in Texas, where more than 20,000 cases were announced Tuesday, the two highest daily totals of any state during the pandemic. All of this has been unfolding on the eve of what infectious-disease experts see as a likely turning point for the outbreak in this country. An infectious-disease physician and epidemiologist at the University of Iowa said he feared the worst was still yet to come in his state, especially with Thanksgiving gatherings and cold weather looming.

UN Warns of ‘Famines of Biblical Proportions

UN Warns of ‘Famines of Biblical Proportions’


The head of the United Nations World Food Program warned in statements published November 14 that the world could face “famines of biblical proportions in 2021.” In an interview with the Associated Press, David Beasley said, “It’s getting worse out there” and the World Food Program’s “hardest work is yet to come.” Last April, Beasley warned the UN Security Council that as the world faced covid-19, it was also “on the brink of a hunger pandemic” that could quickly lead to “multiple famines.” Beasley said the crisis was mostly averted this year “because the world leaders responded with money, stimulus packages, deferral of debt.” But with covid-19 surging again, economies are continuing to falter—especially in low- and middle-income nations—and ongoing lockdowns are expected to prologue the stifling of markets. Beasley said the funds that were available this year to prevent famine will not be available in 2021. He added: “[T]his tragedy that we are facing—crises that really are going to be extraordinary over the next, who knows, 12 to 18 months.”

Gregory: Report is ‘tragic chronicle’ of ‘devious’ churchman, church failures

Gregory: Report is ‘tragic chronicle’ of ‘devious’ churchman, church failures (Source

 Cardinal-designate Wilton D. Gregory of Washington said the Vatican’s report on former cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick is a “tragic chronicle” about that churchman’s “unconscionable human violation.”

It also details, he said, church leaders’ “failures of competence, communications and culture.”

In a Nov. 16 statement issued as the nation’s Catholic bishops gathered for their annual fall meeting — held online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic — Gregory said he felt “deep sorrow” for those victimized by McCarrick. They “should have been able to rely on the ministers of Christ’s church to protect and respect them,” he said. He said the report, issued Nov. 10, “demands to be viewed through the eyes of the survivors and their loved ones.” “As has happened too often in recent history, it revealed to me and to you dark corners of our church of which I am deeply ashamed and profoundly angry — again, ” Gregory said.