Interview 1578 – James Corbett on The Future of Humanity

[audio mp3=""][/audio]Josh Sigurdson talks with James Corbett of The Corbett Report about the heightened level of tyranny throughout the world creating a sort of prison planet over the course of 2020.

« Covid chroniques » : Un demi-million de patients concernés avec des séquelles qui durent des mois

Source : Traduit par les lecteurs du site Les-Crises Les médecins généralistes diagnostiquent régulièrement à tort des problèmes persistants liés au Covid-19 comme l’anxiété ou la ME [encephalomyélite myalgique ou syndrome de fatigue chronique, NdT] en disant à certains patients que c’est  » dans la tête « .

Twin Crises: Coronavirus and Climate Change

Reading Time: 9 minutesWhoWhatWhy is partnering with , where this story was originally published, to help broaden access to content that will benefit a broader global readership.Across the globe, humanity has been confronting twin planetary crises: COVID-19 and climate change.

Is There A Flu Shot / COVID Link? – Questions For Corbett #068

[audio mp3=""][/audio]Today on Questions For Corbett, Corbett Report member Scott asks about a potential flu vaccine / COVID link. James demonstrates how even the mainstream science shows that such a correlation does exist, although it isn't being trumpeted in the Big Pharma-funded corporate media.

At the Center of the Storm

Reading Time: 6 minutesWhoWhatWhy’s Nicole Elliott was at the center of the firestorm that erupted in Portland, OR. Between intermittently violent protests and approaching, uncontrolled wildfires, Elliott kept a journal until finally she was forced to evacuate. This is her account of what it was like to be at the center of the turbulence. September 11, 2020

Comment le décret sur les personnes vulnérables a été supprimé

Nous vous proposons aujourd’hui ce dernier billet (en attendant le jugement) sur le sujet de la protection des personnes vulnérables Covid. Il présente en termes clairs la requête que nous avons déposée contre le Décret « déprotégeant » les personnes vulnérables à la Covid-19, afin que les nouveaux requérants en puissent le fond. Nous vous expliquons comme faire de même, facilement et gratuitement.

Personnes vulnérables à la Covid-19 : nos outils pour défendre vos droits devant le Conseil d’État

Comme nous vous l’avons annoncé, nous avons déposé le 11 septembre un recours en Conseil d’État contre la fin de la procédure de protection de toutes les personnes à risque de forme grave de Covid-19 en activité professionnelle, ainsi que de leurs conjoints. Nous offrons ici la possibilité aux personnes concernées par ce décret de la dupliquer, pour la déposer en votre nom propre. C’est gratuit, simple et rapide : cela devrait vous prendre seulement 20 à 30 minutes.

I. La procédure qui a été déposée

Episode 383 – COVID-911: From Homeland Security to Biosecurity

[audio mp3=""][/audio]9/11, as we were told repeatedly in the days, weeks, and months after the attack, was the day that changed everything. And now a new event has come along to once again throw the world into chaos. But whereas the post-9/11 era introduced America to the concept of homeland security, the COVID-19 era is introducing the world to an altogether more abstract concept: biosecurity.

Cashless Stadium, Green Drones, 911 2020 – New World Next Week

This week on the New World Next Week: sports stadiums go cashless in the great reset; activists drop weed on Israel via drone; and NYC is under attack once again as 9/11/2020 approaches.

Interview 1575 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

[audio mp3=""][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: sports stadiums go cashless in the great reset; activists drop weed on Israel via drone; and NYC is under attack once again as 9/11/2020 approaches.

Décret de retour au travail des personnes vulnérables : « On nous envoie à la morgue parce qu’on coûte trop cher »

Covid-19. « On nous envoie à la morgue parce qu’on coûte trop cher »

Source : , 07-09-2020 Obèses, diabétiques, malades atteints de pathologies cardio-vasculaires ou respiratoires ne font plus partie des personnes vulnérables bénéficiant d’un arrêt indemnisé par le chômage partiel depuis le 31 août. Celles-ci craignent d’être contaminées au travail.

Uncharted Territory: Teaching Special Ed Amid COVID-19

Reading Time: 3 minutesOPINIONThis personal essay is part of WhoWhatWhy’s ongoing on the challenges and opportunities the coronavirus pandemic poses for the US education

Home Alone, a Pair of Scissors, and a Mirror

Reading Time: 8 minutesHave you found yourself in shock recently after seeing a co-worker pop up in a Zoom window sporting two feet less hair than in a previous meeting? Maybe it’s a family member who shaved their head.

The Risky Battle to Keep Masks on When the Plane’s Wheels Go Up

Reading Time: 8 minutesAs an ex-flight attendant, I do not envy the battles my former colleagues are facing in the mid-air fight against the spread of the coronavirus.

Interview 1571 – James Corbett Discusses The Technocratic Coup

[audio mp3=""][/audio]James Corbett joins Jim Goddard on This Week in Money for a wide-ranging conversation on COVID-19, the coming technocratic biosecurity state, and the economic ramifications of this Brave New Normal.

Chris Toumazou : l’homme derrière le nouveau test Covid de 90 minutes

Source : Traduit par les lecteurs du site Les-Crises
Les tests demandent actuellement 24 heures de traitement, et deux sur dix reviennent avec un « faux négatif ». Une nouvelle technologie révolutionnaire pourrait changer cela.

What is the WHO? – Questions For Corbett #066

[audio mp3=""][/audio]John writes in to ask about the founding, the funding and the true intentions of the World Health Organization. Join James as he lays out some of the information connecting the WHO to big pharma, Bill Gates and the Covid World Order agenda.

Lessons for America From Way Down Under

Reading Time: 5 minutesOPINION: This past week has been a mixed bag of emotions for us Kiwis: We got to celebrate a world first 100 days of being COVID-free as of Sunday, August 9 before the virus found a new foothold in the community days later.

« Je suis passée tout près de la mort » : après le traumatisme de la réanimation, la longue reconstruction psychologique des patients Covid-19

Source : Des semaines, parfois des mois après leur passage en réanimation, des patients atteints du Covid-19 souffrent encore d’un mal-être psychologique lié au choc de la maladie. La prise en charge, organisée le temps de la réadaptation, reste incomplète à leur retour à domicile.

FDA Red Tape Entangles Instant Coronavirus Test

Reading Time: 9 minutesLaurence Kotlikoff wants you to know that we already possess technology that could change the course of the coronavirus pandemic.He wants Donald Trump to know, and Joe Biden to know, and Mitch McConnell and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to know.

Interview 1570 – James Corbett on Derailing the Gates Agenda

[audio mp3=""][/audio]via Spiro Skouras: Bill Gates was recently asked by Yahoo Business what he would do if he were president of the United States. In this interview James Corbett of joins Spiro to ask the very same question, only to arrive at a much different conclusion.

Coronavirus : 44 868 morts de la pandémie en Espagne

Source : ; 26/07/2020 Traduit par les lecteurs du site Les-Crises Le journal El País s’est procuré le nombre de décès liés à la Covid ou à une suspicion de Covid à partir des registres des communautés autonomes recoupés par trois études d’organismes publics.

Interview 1569 – James Corbett on The Ochelli Effect

[audio mp3=""][/audio]via James Corbett spoke with Chuck in the second hour about topics ranging from Eugenics and the snitch society to Black and Gray Markets. Can you wake up your friends and family? Plus Chuck asked James what he thought about the nearly 3,000-ton ammonium nitrate explosion in Beirut.

Teacher Mental Health Amid a Pandemic

Reading Time: 6 minutesBefore the COVID-19 pandemic reached fever pitch, I was on the edge of burnout. Teaching is a stressful job. Preparing and delivering engaging lessons while also keeping up with administrative documentation, classroom management, and teacher evaluations is a lot of work.I love my students dearly. But stress takes its toll.

Pandemic Threatens American DREAMers

Reading Time: 13 minutesThe US Supreme Court’s rejection of President Donald Trump’s attempt to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, better known as DACA, sent audible sighs of relief rippling through the nation last June.The relief was temporary, however.

No One Wants Schools Shut Down.

Reading Time: 4 minutesLiving in the time of COVID-19 is like being on a slow-moving train and seeing the tracks ahead on fire. We cannot get off the train. We cannot make the train stop. We cannot put the fire out. We are stuck, watching the flames get ever closer to us at an excruciatingly measured pace. We know soon they will consume us. But we don’t know what to do about it.