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Economy | 5 February 2021Mathematician: Election Numbers Don’t Add Up
An expert mathematician said s the election results for Joe Biden at the precinct level are “impossible” and “cannot occur naturally.” One America’s Christina Bobb has more.
Economy | 3 February 2021Council Of Europe: Vaccine Passports Trample Human Rights
The Council urged governments to ‘ensure that citizens are informed that the vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is politically, socially, or otherwise pressured to get themselves vaccinated, if they do not wish to do so themselves.’
Economy | 29 January 2021The GameStop Saga Isn’t About Finance, It’s Part Of The Ongoing War Between Elites And Populists
For those who haven’t heard, there’s a bit of a brouhaha brewing with the video game retailer GameStop, which is publicly traded. Much of Wall Street soured on the company, believing it to be the next Blockbuster or Radio Shack: a dinosaur from a bygone era that has no hope of succeeding in the increasingly internet-run future. As a result, a major Wall Street hedge fund worth billions decided to make a bet that the company’s already low stock price would just keep going lower.
Economy | 14 January 2021Companies Join Push for COVID-19 ‘Vaccination Credential’
A coalition of companies is pushing for a credential that would identify people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce are among the businesses that are part of a group that announced on Jan. 14 that they’re working on the new project. “The goal of the Vaccination Credential Initiative is to empower individuals with digital access to their vaccination records so they can use tools like CommonPass to safely return to travel, work, school, and life, while protecting their data privacy,” Paul Meyer, CEO of The Commons Project Foundation, said in a statement.
Economy | 18 December 2020“You can't buy food, you will become a non-person” | Andreas Antonopoulus
Economy | 29 November 2020World Bank Offered Belarus $940 Million Coronavirus Loan But Only If They Locked Down and Destroyed Economy
The World Bank offered Belarus a $940 million coronavirus loan in June. But the conditions included that they lock down and destroy their economy. The World Bank wanted him to lock down like Italy did in March and April. The Belarus President Aleksander Lukashenko, considered the last tyrant in Europe, turned down the offer. Then he went public with the details.