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Orchestrated Mass Starvation   Discussions

Started 5-Jul by Apollonius (Theocritos); 935 views.
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The James Webb Space Telescope, a wonder of human ingenuity, resourcefulness, imagination, and creative curiosity, is revealing the birth of galaxies to a world in which, by contrast, overreaching oligarchs and bossy bureaucrats constrict the actions of ordinary people trying to make their own lives and the lives of others better.

Much of the world groans under immiserating rules  handed down by a “theory class,” even though they obviously don’t work. The accolade for the most disastrous policy outcome is hotly contested, and Wednesday’s grim revelation of 9.1% inflation shows that President Joe Biden’s spending agenda is a strong contender. But even that might not take the cake.

Worse, perhaps, are the results of hyper-alarmism on climate change. Excessive environmental policies are proving disastrous worldwide. Suddenly, all the green chickens are coming home to roost.

Intolerant “liberals” keen to “save the planet” are ruining it — officiously preventing the poor from lifting themselves out of poverty, forcing wealthy nations to retreat from comfort and efficiency into backwardness, even killing people by the hundreds of thousands.


From: drl0lip0p


It was about time to revolt against the elite politicians! 

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From: Bab6s


TRUDEAU, thinks he will get elected to the UN as a leader, so he copies everything he can get from Europe.

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#SriLanka #EconomicCrisis #WION

The impact of economic crisis on Sri Lankan citizens | Food prices double, savings dry up

| WION Jul 11, 2022



From: fabul0us


It's just the same in Europe.

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Lana (Redneckbab1)

From: Lana (Redneckbab1)


Q: - What happens when you get a Communist to play "spin the bottle"?
A:  -Famine.

More and more it sounds like North Korea! 

"A 2014 inquiry by the United Nations into abuses of human rights in North Korea concluded that "the gravity, scale and nature of these violations reveal a state that does not have any parallel in the contemporary world," with Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch holding similar views. The North Korean government denies these abuses. In addition to being a member of the United Nations since 1991, North Korea is also a member of the Non-Aligned Movement, G77, and the ASEAN Regional Forum."