Saturday, December 3, 2022

Glenn Greenwald: MSM Journalists Became Advocates for Censorship After Trump Won

Glenn Greenwald joins Tucker Carlson to respond to Elon Musks’s tweetstorm via journalist, Mike Taibbi, in which he released the comms of Twitter executives, as they censored the facts about Hunter Biden’s laptop and how they knowingly violated the law and sought ways to evade admitting to this.


City of Vienna posts videos of person in vaccine costume attacking the unjabbed to promote COVID shots

The bizarre video is part of the city’s latest taxpayer-funded COVID jab campaign. The clip posted on Instagram shows two men at a party who talk about how they are the only ones at that event who have not received the COVID injection and call the others vaccinated “idiots."

Highest' protection? Rigorous international study of N95 masks upends federal COVID narrative

The CDC took nearly two years to formally recognize distinctions between masks for mitigating COVID-19 spread, finally saying in January that cloth masks offer "the least" protection and N95 respirators, which meet strict federal standards, "the highest."

Friday, December 2, 2022

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CDC Lied about Vaccine Myocarditis Being Mild: German Study Proves 20% of Sudden Deaths Caused by Myocarditis

This gaslighting became an art form for Covid vaccine advocates, with fact-checkers and social networks suppressing any discussion. We instinctively know not to trust them, but had no scientifically validated studies of people who died suddenly after vaccination - until now.

Something Is Rigged: Unexplained, Record 2.7 Million Jobs Gap Emerges In Broken Payrolls Report

A superficial take of today's jobs report would note that both jobs and earnings "blew past expectations, flying in the face of Fed rate hikes", and while that is accurate at the headline level, it couldn't be further from the truth if one actually digs a little deeper in today's jobs numbers.

How’s the War on Truth Going?

Guest Post by Jim Kunstler “I have had enough of this insanity and lack of national media attention or regulatory attention to this clear and present danger and tragedy.

“We’ve Caught Him Red-Handed and He Won’t Get Away” – Senator Rand Paul Accuses Fauci of Funding Research that Caused 7 Million People To Die (VIDEO)


Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) joined Jesse Watters on Thursday night to discuss the arrogant and misguided Dr. Fauci.

Rand Paul, a medical doctor and US Senator, has never hesitated to call out Dr. Fauci on his numerous lies and dangerous policies.

On Thursday Senator Paul weighed in on Dr. Fauci’s exit tour.

Senator Rand Paul: There is no public figure or public health figure who has made a greater error in judgment than Dr. Fauci. The error in judgment was to fund gain of function rsearch in a totalitarian country. Fund research that allowed them to create super viruses that accidentally leaked into the public and caused 7 million people to die. Think about it. This is right up there with decisions, some of them malevolent or military to kill millions of people. This accidental goes to judgment. Talk about errors? You think he might apologize to the world for funding research that allowed super viruses to be created in a lab, a lab that was not properly outfitted for safety that people were already reporting was dangerous, to support that type of research and then looking away and saying “nothing to see here!”

Via Summit News.

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It Is Official–the DOJ Is Weaponized

Two of five people charged with “seditious conspiracy” for attending the rally for Trump on January 6, 2021 have been convicted by a Washington D.C. jury in a political trial with more resemblance to Soviet-era trials than to American justice.


CDC Withheld Data on Fatal Reaction to COVID Vaccine From Post-Vax Surveys for Nearly Two Years

Anyone shocked by the report that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) withheld data about a potentially fatal complication from COVID-19 vaccinations until it was forced under court order to release the data hasn’t been paying attention to the CDC’s multitude of misstatements and lies over the


Thursday, December 1, 2022

Matt Taibbi Dominates Munk Debate: Let It Be Resolved - Don't Trust Mainstream Media

Matt Taibbi Dominates Munk Debate: Let It Be Resolved - Don't Trust Mainstream Media

On Wednesday night, veteran journalist Matt Taibbi and bestselling UK author Douglas Murray mopped the floor in a Munk debate over why public trust in mainstream media has fallen to an all-time low. Their opponents, Canadian journalist Malcom Gladwell and the New York Times' Michelle Goldberg, were... shall we say, unpersuasive in their arguments that essentially boiled down to 'so what if we get a ton of stuff wrong, when it comes to the big picture, we get it right!'

Prior to the debate, Taibbi and Douglas weren't expected to win... however a post-debate poll gave the two a massive victory.

One point Taibbi made is that mainstream outlets have become a "Demographic hunting business" for which "ethical guardrails have been tossed out."

"You feed the audience news you know they will like," Taibbi said. 

We agree wholeheartedly - though ZeroHedge strives to call out bullshit on all sides of every aisle, while at the same time being extremely clear on where we stand. So, in our obvious bias towards Matt, who is awesome (and no offense to Douglas), you can watch his opening statement below. If you want to watch the rest of the debate, sign up for $9.99/month (Canadian) at Munk and check it out.

You can read Taibbi's entire opener below...

Authored by Matt Taibbi via TK News,

Be it resolved: don’t trust mainstream media.” My name is Matt Taibbi, I’ve been a reporter for 30 years, and I argue for the resolution. You should not trust mainstream media.

I grew up in the press. My father was a reporter. My stepmother was a reporter. My godparents were reporters. Every adult I knew growing up seemed to be in media. I even used my father’s TV mic flag as a toy. I’d go in the backyard, stand with my back to the house, and play “live shot”:

Chet, I'm in Norwell, Massachusetts, where firefighters are battling a three-alarm blaze...

I love the news business. It’s in my bones. But I mourn for it. It’s destroyed itself.

My father had a saying: “The story’s the boss.” In the American context, if the facts tell you the Republicans were the primary villains in this or that disaster, you write that story. If the facts point more at Democrats, you go that way. If it turns out they’re both culpable, as was often the case for me across nearly ten years of investigating Wall Street and the causes of the 2008 crash for Rolling Stone, you write that. We’re not supposed to nudge facts one way or another. Our job is to call things as we see them and leave the rest up to you.

We don’t do that now. The story is no longer the boss. Instead, we sell narrative, as part of a new business model that’s increasingly indifferent to fact.

When there were only a few channels, the commercial strategy of news companies was to aim for the whole audience. A TV news broadcast aired at dinnertime and was designed to be consumed by the whole family, from your crazy right-wing uncle to the sulking lefty teenager. This system had its flaws. However, making an effort to talk to everybody had benefits, too. For one, it inspired more trust. Gallup polls twice showed Walter Cronkite of CBS to be the most trusted person in America. That would never happen today.

After the Internet arrived and flooded the market with new voices, some outlets found that instead of going after the whole audience, it made more financial sense to pick one demographic and dominate it. How? That’s easy. You feed the audience news you know they will like. When Fox had success targeting suburban and rural, mostly white, mostly older conservatives – the late Fox News chief Roger Ailes infamously described his audience as “55 to dead” – other companies soon followed suit.

Now everyone does it. Whether it’s Fox, or MSNBC, or CNN, or the Washington Post, nearly all Western media outlets are in the demographic-hunting business. This may be less true in Canada, where there’s a stronger public media tradition, but in the U.S., it’s standard.

Call it the “audience-optimization” model: instead of starting with a story and following the facts, you start with what pleases your audience, and work backward to the story. In this system, the overwhelming majority of national media organizations cater to one “side” or the other. For instance, according to a Pew Center survey from a few years ago, 93% of Fox’s audience votes Republican, while in an exactly mirroring phenomenon, MSNBC’s audience is 95% Democratic.

Our colleagues on the other side tonight represent two once-great media organizations. Michelle, the Pew survey says the audience for your New York Times is now 91% comprised of Democrats. Malcolm, the last numbers I could find for the New Yorker were back in 2012, and even then, only 9% of the magazine’s readers were Republicans. I imagine that number is smaller now.

This bifurcated system is fundamentally untrustworthy. When you decide in advance to forego half of your potential audience, to fulfill the aim of catering to the other half, you’re choosing in advance which facts to emphasize and which to downplay. You’re also choosing which stories to cover, and which ones to avoid, based on considerations other than truth or newsworthiness.

This is not journalism. It’s political entertainment, and therefore unreliable.

With editors now more concerned with retaining audience than getting things right, the defining characteristic across the business — from right to left — is inaccuracy. We just get a lot of stuff wrong now. It’s now less important for reporters to be accurate than “directionally” correct, which in center-left “mainstream” media mostly comes down to having the right views, like opposing Donald Trump, or anti-vaxxers, or election-deniers, or protesting Canadian truckers, or any other people deemed wrongthinkers.

In the zeal to “hold Trump accountable,” or oppose figures like Vladimir Putin, ethical guardrails have been tossed out. Silent edits have become common. Serious accusations are made without calling people for comment. Reporters get too cozy with politicians, and as a result report information either without attribution at all or sourced to unnamed officials or “people familiar with the matter.” Like scientists, journalists should be able to reproduce each other’s work in the lab. With too many anonymous sources, this becomes impossible.

We had an incident a few weeks ago where the lede of a wire service story read, “A senior U.S. intelligence official says Russian missiles crossed into NATO member Poland.” That’s the kind of story where if you get it wrong, you can start a war, but they still put all their chips on one unnamed source. That’s very risky practice even if you’re right.

That story turned out to be wrong, which sadly is no longer uncommon. In the Trump years an extraordinary number of “bombshells” went sideways. From the “pee tape” to the Alfa Server story to speculation that Trump was a Russian spy (recruited before disco) to false reports of Russians hacking a Vermont utility to an evidence-free story about Trump’s campaign manager somehow sneaking undetected to meet the most watched human on earth, Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, we’ve accumulated piles of wrong stories.

I’m no fan of Donald Trump. I wrote a book about the man called Insane Clown President. But I’ve compiled a list of over 100 of these “bombshells” that went belly up, from “Bountygate” to MSNBC saying Russian oligarchs co-signed a loan for Trump to countless others, because these stories offend me. A good journalist should always be ashamed of error. It bothers me to see so many of my colleagues so unashamed.

This by the way isn’t a wholly new phenomenon. After the WMD fiasco American news media didn’t do a self-audit. Instead we promoted the people who got it wrong and fired the ones who didn’t.

The excuse, “At least we’re not Breitbart,” doesn’t even hold. Think about another of these bombshells, the one in which Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen supposedly went to Prague to meet with Russian hackers. This story came from the now-disgraced dossier of former British spy Christopher Steele. It’s been refuted multiple times, including by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who flatly declared Cohen “never traveled to Prague.” Yet the tale will not die.

From MSNBC to CNN to McClatchy we’ve had leading media outlets continue to take seriously the idea that Donald Trump’s lawyer traveled to Prague to scheme with “Kremlin Representatives” over how to fix the election using Romanian hackers, who according to Steele would afterward retreat to Bulgaria, and use that country as a “bolt hole” to “lie low.” If that’s not a conspiracy theory, I don’t know what is.

This story is every bit as nuts as the idea that the 2020 election was stolen. I would venture to say it’s crazier. It’s at least more creative. No serious journalist would go near a story like this without a lot of evidence. Yet our leading media people believed it with none. Because they’re not doing journalism. They’re selling narrative, and this was good narrative.

News media shouldn’t have a “side.” The press has to be seen as separate from politics, not just because this is a crucial component of trustworthiness, but also because the media derives all its power from the perception of its independence. If a news organ is seen as too connected to one or another party, it loses its ability to serve as a check on power. How can you “hold Trump accountable” without credibility?

Getting things right is hard enough. The minute we try to do anything else in this job, the wheels come off. Until we get back to the basics, we don’t deserve to be trusted. And we won’t be.

Tyler Durden Thu, 12/01/2022 - 18:05


'Every city' in Brazil filled with protesters claiming election fraud

Demonstrators fill a park in Brazil in protest of the presidential election, claiming 'Lula' da Silva's victory was fraudulent (Video screenshot)

Demonstrators fill a park in Brazil in protest of the presidential election, claiming 'Lula' da Silva's victory was fraudulent (Video screenshot)

For the 32nd consecutive day, millions of Brazilians are on the streets of cities throughout the nation in perhaps the largest pro-democracy protests in history, contending left-wing presidential challenger Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's declared victory over conservative populist President Jair Bolsonaro was fraudulent.

Brazil's Superior Electoral Court announced Tuesday the certification ceremony of da Silva, a member of the Workers Party, will take place at 2 p.m. on Dec. 12. The inauguration is scheduled for Jan. 1.

On Wednesday, however, Bolsonaro filed a petition with Brazil election authorities formally contesting the results, alleging some voting machines malfunctioned and that any votes cast through them should be annulled.

A former vice president of the Regional Electoral Court, Sebastião Coelho, in a speech Nov. 20 called for the arrest of Supreme Court Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes for pressing forward with certifying the election.

"More than 80% of judges in Brazil, at first and second instances, do not agree with what the Federal Supreme Court is doing," Coelho said.

Establishment media largely have ignored the massive protests, said investigative reporter Matthew Tyrmand.

"This is the largest democratic protest in possibly human history, and the global media is crickets on this," he said in an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight."

What's clear, he said, is that the Brazilian people "don't want to be led by a convicted criminal."

Long before Bolsinaro became president, Da Silva was convicted in three separate courts of 12 charges in a unanimous vote of 19 judges, he noted.

Da Silva's judicial appointees in the Supreme Court, Tyrmand said, annulled and vacated da Silva's multiple sentences and freed him so he could run in the presidential election. That's despite a Brazilian law that prohibits a convicted felon from running for office.

The judges, he said, put da Silva "on the chessboard so they could attempt to control the outcome" of the election.

"And now the people, en masse, are crying foul," said Tyrmand.

Even people in the districts where the socialist da Silva supposedly has strongholds, such as the Amazon, the people there are marching.

"Every city in the country is filled with protesters," Tyrman said. "And now the question is what is to be done when you have a judiciary that is not comprised of judges in the classical sense – impartial, nonpartisan judges – but political appointees and partisans who are working to skew an election outcome?"

Tyrman noted the military has a special role in the Brazilian constitution giving it authority to adjudicate separation of powers disputes.

"It looks like this will be coming to a head," he said.

See a clip of Tyrmand's interview with Tucker Carlson:

Thank you @TuckerCarlson for being the one major media show host who sees the import of what is going on in🇧🇷. These are the largest-scale protests in a democratic nation in human history. And the ramifications of this outcome are existentially important for Western Hemisphere.

— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) November 29, 2022

Protesters recognize Tucker Carlson's coverage:

The only global reach media outlet that has covered protests in 🇧🇷: @TuckerCarlson at @FoxNews. And it is recognized by the patriots of 🇧🇷

— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) December 1, 2022

Steve Hanke, professor of Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University and a senior fellow at the Independent Institute, posted video of protesters surrounding army barracks in an apparent appeal for military intervention.

See the video:

In Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, protests over the outcome of the recent presidential election results continue. Now, protesters have surround Army Barracks. Take a

— Steve Hanke (@steve_hanke) November 26, 2022

Katie Daviscourt, a reporter for Rebel News, tweeted that the "biggest question about the protests in Brazil is where are President-elect Lula’s supporters?"

"Leftists are known for counter protesting, but there hasn’t been one video supporting Lula," she wrote.

Millions, meanwhile, remain in the streets in support of Bolsonaro:

The biggest question about the protests in Brazil is where are President-elect Lula’s supporters? Leftists are known for counter protesting but there hasn’t been one video supporting Lula.

However, millions remain in the streets in support of Bolsonaro.

— Katie Daviscourt🇺🇸 (@KatieDaviscourt) November 29, 2022

Hanke also posted a video showing ballots with Bolsonaro's name in the trash:

Protests over the outcome of Brazil's recent presidential election continue unabated. Protesters are ENRAGED. What has them exercised? Ballots with defeated Jair Bolsonaro's name on them were found in the trash. Take a

— Steve Hanke (@steve_hanke) November 24, 2022

One of the nation's largest protests:

Hey Melbourne cookers, this is how you protest.
This is called a crowd and they manage to hold a tune.
🇧🇷 Brazil Protests Against the

— AusPolMate Researched threads, tweets & videos (@AusPolMate) November 20, 2022

Another video questioning the strength of da Silva's support:

🇧🇷Brazil - HOLD THE LINE
Protests continue over Election Fraud

Lula's supporters EXIST ONLY VIRTUALLY
It is a mystery why Brazilians have never seen Lula's supposed 50 millions of supporters, who appear only inside voting machines but never on the streets. Are they even real?

— Sergeant News Network  (@Sgtnewsnetwork) November 27, 2022

Protesters in Rio de Janeiro:

11.30.22 Brazil .. for the thirty-first consecutive day, the Brazilian people are on the streets asking the Armed Forces for help. Protesters demand the ineligibility of candidate Lula, justice in elections and respect for the constitution. Rio de Janeiro RJ Brazil

— Fernanda MacMillan (@floresdepapel6) November 30, 2022

Protesters in São Paulo:

Brazil Fraud Elections,São Paulo City today Protests in the streets in favor of Bolsonaro 🇧🇷👊

— James.bond237 (@JBond237) November 28, 2022

See Matthew Tyrmand's interview Wednesday with "War Room":

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Kuhbandner : "Excess mortality in Germany 202 : 022"; in 2021, observed number of deaths was 2 standard deviations above the expected number. The high excess mortality in 2021 was almost entirely due

“In 2020, the observed number of deaths was close to the expected number with respect to the empirical standard deviation. By contrast, in 2021, the observed number of deaths was two empirical standard deviations above the expected number.


Michael Burry, Famous Investor Behind “The Big Short,” Warns of “Extended Multiyear Recession”



Michael Burry, the famous investor behind “The Big Short” warned of rising inflation and a huge market bubble.

Back in October 2021 Burry also commented on the misinformation and persecution of conservatives that is permeating the current culture.

Back in October 2021 Michael Burry tweeted this out.

On Monday investor Michael Burry warned of a “real” multi-year recession for the U.S.

In a now-deleted tweet, Burry told his followers: “What strategy will pull us out of this real recession? What forces would pull us so? There are none. So we are really looking at an extended multi-year recession. Who is predicting this? There are none.”

Kitco reported:

After two consecutive quarters of contraction, the U.S. economy picked up in Q3. The second estimate released Wednesday morning showed that the U.S. GDP rose 2.9% versus markets’ expectations of a 2.7% increase. This comes after two negative readings of -1.6% and -0.6% in Q1 and Q2, respectively.

But with the Federal Reserve raising rates by 350 basis points year-to-date, the U.S. economy is bound to slow. And Burry’s outlook is far from optimistic. Markets are also looking for another 50 basis-point increase at the December FOMC meeting.

In the short term, investors are focused on the U.S. jobs report from October, which will be released this Friday. The idea is to gauge how aggressive the Federal Reserve will have to be into the year-end.

Earlier this month, Burry highlighted gold in a rare comment, stating that this is the time for the precious metal to rally, citing the crypto contagion risk post-FTX collapse.

“Long thought that the time for gold would be when crypto scandals merge into contagion,” Burry said in a tweet that has since also been deleted. Burry is known to delete his tweets shortly after posting them.

Since the 2022 elections several companies have announced massive layoffs including Twitter, HP, Amazon, CNN, Kavak and others.

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Google to introduce behavioral “interventions”

Google has presented its project dubbed “Info Interventions” based on what it says is a behavioral science that, if these “interventions” are used as directed, could “teach” users to the degree they will become resilient to online harms.


Banking Elites Are Using Crypto Bloodbath And FTX Fraud To Justify CBDCs

Banking Elites Are Using Crypto Bloodbath And FTX Fraud To Justify CBDCs

Central bankers and international corporate financiers have long been pretending to hate the very concept of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Etherium while at the same time investing heavily in blockchain technologies and infrastructure.  The purpose of the ruse is not clear, but more than likely it was an attempt at mass reverse psychology - “We don't like crypto and digital currencies because we supposedly have no control over them; free market proponents should embrace them blindly because that is how you will beat us.”

In the meantime, while major banking firms are investing billions into various blockchain products, central banks and global institutions like the BIS and IMF have been developing their own systems.  In fact, the BIS notes with enthusiasm that around 90% of central banks around the world are already in the process of adopting CBDCs. 

But why would anyone want to use government and establishment bank controlled cryptocurrencies when they have access to Bitcoin and dozens of other coins that are supposedly independent?  Why trade freedom for more centralization?

First, existing cryptocurrencies are not as free as many people believe, with ample government tracking of blockchain transactions in place for years, the notion of the completely anonymous crypto user is a bit of a fantasy, and the idea that a product such as Bitcoin is going to “bring down” the central banks is becoming less realistic by the year. 

Second, the crypto market is highly unstable in part because it is still very limited.  While crypto use in America is higher than most other countries with around 12% of people using it as an investment (not as a currency), the rest of the world is mostly uninterested with an estimated global footprint of around 4%.  Of that 4% only a handful of people actually own the majority of the market; these people are known as “whales” and they have the ability to tip the market up or down with little effort.  

This happens in many other trade commodities and paper currencies also.  The point is, crypto is not immune to manipulation.   

Third, crypto is enticing to people because of the quick profits that can be had, but massive losses are also a danger.  The overall crypto market has plunged by $2 trillion in the past year alone – Over 60% of its value.  The implosion of huge trading companies like FTX also undermines the stability of the market and usually it's the average investor that ends up suffering the consequences.            

All of these factors and more can be used by banking elites as a rationale for the implementation of CBDCs and global regulation of crypto trading.  And, if the bloodbath in existing coins continues, people may even welcome CBDCs as a “safe” investment or currency system.

The investment losses in blockchain products along with the scandals in exchanges is a rather convenient opportunity for the banking establishment to promote their own currencies as a replacement.  In the wake of the FTX event, multiple international banks including JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs have called for government regulation and a shift over to CBDCs. 

The US House has scheduled hearings on FTX with an emphasis on regulation.  In Europe, globalist Christine Lagarde and the ECB are calling for global cooperation on monitoring and controlling cryptocurrencies.  Lagarde wants a “digital Euro” to take the place of existing coins and blames FTX and the larger market losses on lack of oversight.    
Numerous crypto analysts are also demanding regulation, calling crypto “broken and useless” until governments step in to mediate (control) trade.  This is the exact opposite of what crypto activists originally intended over a decade ago when Bitcoin was in its infancy, and digital trade back then was sold as some kind of revolution against the banking oligarchy.  However, it's easy to see where this is all going.

It means even more pervasive centralization.  With paper currencies at least there is true anonymity, but with CBDCs the existence of the blockchain ledger precludes any and all privacy in trade.  Not only that, but the institutional ability to cut off people from their wealth and economic access is going to be profound.  If you think corporate and government led cancel culture is bad now, just wait until they can freeze your digital accounts at a moment's notice because of something you said on social media.  And, in a cashless society there are few alternatives beyond some kind of black market.

CBDCs mean the total death of any economic freedom the public has left, and central banks are exploiting disasters like FTX to make that death happen even faster. 

Tyler Durden Thu, 12/01/2022 - 06:55


New paper: Coca-Cola’s influence on public health conferences and groups



A new peer-reviewed paper in Public Health Nutrition reveals Coca-Cola’s influence on public health conferences and events, speakers, academic institutions and public health groups. 

The paper is based on documents uncovered through 22 Freedom of Information requests by the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. Right to Know. The paper is co-authored by USRTK with researchers from the University of Cambridge and Bocconi University.

The paper found that “Coca-Cola exerts direct influence on academic institutions and organizations that convene major public health conferences and events.“

The documents “show Coca-Cola’s close collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND)…The Obesity Society (TOS), and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).”

The documents show a Coca-Cola vice president stating that, “As you know AAP [American Academy of Pediatrics] is a great partner of ours…”

Read more in Public Health Nutrition: Big Food and Drink sponsorship of conferences and speakers: A case study of one multinational company’s influence over knowledge dissemination and professional engagement

The researchers found, “On multiple occasions, Coca- Cola supported and selected conference speakers without being listed as an official sponsor, and without researchers declaring how their participation was funded.” We found both direct Coca-Cola funding and the use of third-party conduits.

“By sponsoring conferences, Coca-Cola can directly shape what is included and not included in conference proceedings. This is of tremendous value to the company. It can promote its own favoured solutions to obesity and public health nutrition more widely. It can also shape the narrative about what constitutes appropriate interventions.”

The researchers recommend that “There should be robust financial and conflict-of-interest disclosures for public health conferences, not only for the conference organisers, but also for speakers.” And that “Such corporate-sponsored events should be viewed as instruments of industry marketing.”

The co-authors of the paper are: Jónas Atli Gunnarsson, Gary Ruskin, David Stuckler, and Sarah Steele.

For more information about U.S. Right to Know, see our academic papers at For more general information, see


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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

The Guardian Could Help Assange By Retracting All The Lies It Published About Him

The Guardian has joined The New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel and El País in signing a letter from the five papers which collaborated with WikiLeaks twelve years ago in the publication of the Chelsea Manning leaks to call for the Biden administration to drop all charges against Julian Assange.


Tuesday, November 29, 2022

The Genetic Mechanism by which the COVID mRNA Jabs cause the Intravascular Growths seen in the ‘Died Suddenly’ Documentary

Elon Musk’s new Twitter platform is hosting DiedSuddenly, a full-length movie about the intravascular growths first reported by the courageous John O’Looney, a funeral director in the UK, and covered by Patricia Harrity in the Expose on 2022January28.


Apple turned off a private communication tool in China just before major protests broke out

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Monday, November 28, 2022

Russia Has Not Received Response From US, Ukraine Regarding Biolabs Near Its Borders: Envoy



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Russia has not received an exhaustive response from the United States and Ukraine regarding US biological and military activities on Ukrainian territory under the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), Russia’s permanent representative to the Geneva-based UN headquarters, Gennady Gatilov, said.

“We still have not received a proper and meaningful response to the documents and evidence presented, which shed light on the true nature of interaction between the Pentagon and its contractors and the Ukrainian side in the field of military and biological activities,” he said.

The diplomat added that Russia’s complaint was ignored and its proposal for an international investigation under the auspices of the UNSC under Article VI of the BWC was blocked by the United States.

Earlier, Lt. Gen. Igor Kirillov, the head of the radiation, chemical and biological defense troops of the Russian Armed Forces, said that a network of more than 30 biological laboratories had been formed on the territory of Ukraine, which worked in the interests of the Pentagon. According to him, everything for the continuation of the US military-biological program was removed from Ukraine after the start of the Russian special military operation.

Earlier this month, Kirillov recalled that former US President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton had participated in formulating the US drive for global dominance in bioweapons research. He said that Bolton led the US delegation to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention’s Fifth Review Conference in November-December 2001.

Later, the US blocked the operation of the UN body’s verification mechanism, as well as proposed measures to check bioweapons storage sites, citing threats such verification measures would pose to US “national interests.” Bolton also characterized the BWC’s verification protocol as “dead,” and promised that it’s “not going to be resurrected.”

Igor Kirillov accompanied his presentation with a fresh trove of documents, including papers related to US efforts to build up the country’s military-biological potential.

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UK Regulator Raps Pfizer CEO For ‘Misleading’ Statements About Children’s Covid Vaccines



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