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There is a 'deafening media silence' on global protests
There is a "deafening" media silence on protests around the world protesting against the elites, according to Webster University Assistant Professor Ralph Schoellhammer.
"They are significant protests – we're talking about 30,000 people in The Netherlands," Prof Schoellhammer said.
Prof Schoellhammer said the media and political campaign across the west against "disinformation" is part of a broader attempt to "undermine" organised protests against the agenda of the elites.
"That the best way to prevent the pushback from large numbers of people is if they don't know that anything is going on," he said.
"Think about the situation of the truckers in Canada when they pulled their bank accounts ... so this is undermining the possibility of those people to organise.
"It's what interest groups, what these players do – they see there is something coming that could be a threat to their power so they try to do something to undermine it."
King Charles of the UK has pulled out of the cop 27 conference on climate change
The move is surprising given that Charles was always a passionate climate change activist as Prince of Wales and one of the first voices in the World to raise awareness of the ...
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla got COVID again
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Twitted: “I have tested positive for COVID. I’m feeling well & symptom free. I’ve not had the new bivalent booster yet, as I was following CDC guideline...
Mexico: reporters and activists hacked with NSO spyware despite assurances
Country’s current government had sworn it would no longer use the hacking software
EU to take Malta to court over Golden Passports, based on a racist claim
The European Union opposes Malta's business model on the grounds that ״the values of the European Union are not for sale״. But historical facts contradicts the claim. The claim ...
IMF says up to 20 countries could require emergency assistance to ease food crisis
The International Monetary Fund said on Monday that up to 20 countries, many in Africa, could need emergency assistance to cope with the global food crisis.
Professor Jeffrey Sachs Saying out loud what everybody whispers
Professor Jeffrey Sachs caused nervous interjections by Bloomberg news casters for daring to suggest what everyone believes to be true, that the US was behind the Nord Stream te...
Will Smith's 1st Movie Since Oscars Slap To Be Released In December
Apple made the surprise announcement that the tainted star's latest movie will hit theaters December 2, and begin streaming on Apple TV+ a week later.
Donald Trump sued CNN, accusing the network of using its 'massive influence' to defame him 'for the purpose of defeating him politically'
Former President Donald Trump filed a defamation lawsuit against CNN, accusing the network of defaming him "with a series of ever-more scandalous, false, and defamatory labels o...
Don't raise interest rates, UN warns the Federal Reserve and other central banks
The UK economy is forecast to contract 0.9% in 2023, the UN agency said, amid "a series of headwinds" resulting from Brexit and international conditions.
Credit Suisse has stumbled from one crisis to another - but the panic is possibly overdone
Senior executives at the bank appear to have spent most of the weekend trying to reassure clients and investors of its financial health, according to a report.
SEC Charges Kim Kardashian for Unlawfully Touting Crypto Security
This case is a reminder that, when celebrities / influencers endorse investment opps, including crypto asset securities, it doesn’t mean those investment products are right for ...
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