Covid-19: How 3 Previous Pandemics Triggered Societal Shifts

By Andrew Latham, professor of political Science at Macalaster CollegeConsortium News Before March of this year, few probably thought disease could be a significant driver of human history. Not so anymore. People are beginning to understand that the little changes...

The Great Barrington Declaration

"As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.  Coming from both the left...

Globalists’ Power Grab

Comments made by a high ranking German official, who wishes to remain anonymous, about the current power grab. "The highest representatives of the Bundestag have now announced that they will follow the plans of the corporations to further centralize political power....

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: The Debt Trap

The following explains two previous paradigm shifts: “There was the first great depression, which lasted for 26 years during the 19th century. That event was named the “Long Depression”. After the 1930s crash, that depression became known as the “Great Depression.”...

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: Fear

Fear is a normal response to a perceived threat or danger, like moving away from a swarm of bees in order not to get stung or veering away from an incoming car that ran a red light to avoid an accident. This normal reaction is called flight-or-fight. It is common to...

The best lack all conviction,

Yeats

The Mighty US Dollar: Why It’s the Reserve Currency of the World

The US dollar has come a long way since its introduction in 1792. Over time, it evolved into the world’s reserve currency, holding the highest level of confidence and liquidity, surpassing all other currencies in circulation. In times of geopolitical turmoil, and a...

The Good News

To conquer fear...

In Memoriam: Elda Rizzotti

On April 9th my mother passed away at the age of ninety of heart failure. She expired her last breath in a Montreal hospital after being transferred from her senior care facility. She felt lost and alone during the last days of her life. None of her children could...

The Only Thing We have to Fear Is Fear Itself

The title of this post is a quote from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s inaugural speech. He was the 32nd president of the USA from 1933 until his death in 1945, spanning the depths of the Great Depression to the end of the WWII. Fear is the contagious disease we need to fight...
Covid-19: How 3 Previous Pandemics Triggered Societal Shifts

Covid-19: How 3 Previous Pandemics Triggered Societal Shifts

By Andrew Latham, professor of political Science at Macalaster CollegeConsortium News Before March of this year, few probably thought disease could be a significant driver of human history. Not so anymore. People are beginning to understand that the little changes...

The Great Barrington Declaration

The Great Barrington Declaration

"As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies, and recommend an approach we call Focused Protection.  Coming from both the left...

Globalists’ Power Grab

Globalists’ Power Grab

Comments made by a high ranking German official, who wishes to remain anonymous, about the current power grab. "The highest representatives of the Bundestag have now announced that they will follow the plans of the corporations to further centralize political power....

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: The Debt Trap

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: The Debt Trap

The following explains two previous paradigm shifts: “There was the first great depression, which lasted for 26 years during the 19th century. That event was named the “Long Depression”. After the 1930s crash, that depression became known as the “Great Depression.”...

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: Fear

Covid-19 – Anatomy of a Contagion: Fear

Fear is a normal response to a perceived threat or danger, like moving away from a swarm of bees in order not to get stung or veering away from an incoming car that ran a red light to avoid an accident. This normal reaction is called flight-or-fight. It is common to...

The Mighty US Dollar:  Why It’s the Reserve Currency of the World

The Mighty US Dollar: Why It’s the Reserve Currency of the World

The US dollar has come a long way since its introduction in 1792. Over time, it evolved into the world’s reserve currency, holding the highest level of confidence and liquidity, surpassing all other currencies in circulation. In times of geopolitical turmoil, and a...

In Memoriam: Elda Rizzotti

In Memoriam: Elda Rizzotti

On April 9th my mother passed away at the age of ninety of heart failure. She expired her last breath in a Montreal hospital after being transferred from her senior care facility. She felt lost and alone during the last days of her life. None of her children could...

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