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NATO Working on Ways to Weaponize Our Brains
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NATO Working on Ways to Weaponize Our Brains
October 25, 2021

NATO is developing new forms of warfare to wage a “battle for the brain,” The Grayzone reported on October 8.

COP26 & The Great Reset: The Not So Glorious Prospect of Owning Nothing and Passing a Cold, Dark Winter
October 25, 2021

Either you go along with the green program (that ignores nuclear as green) or you don’t get credit. Which is a policy that will, and is, quite predictably driving up energy prices.

COP26 & The Great Reset: The Not So Glorious Prospect of Owning Nothing and Passing a Cold, Dark Winter
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The Prevalence of Chile’s Right-Wing
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The Prevalence of Chile’s Right-Wing
October 24, 2021

Will the rewriting of Chile’s constitution be enough to veer the country’s trajectory away from the neoliberal experiment ushered in decades ago by the U.S.?

Putin Warns of League of Nations Revival: What Are the Implications?
October 24, 2021

It would do us well to take Putin’s words with full seriousness and avoid staining human history with another world war.

Putin Warns of League of Nations Revival: What Are the Implications?
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