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MindMatters: Critical Race Theory's Race To The Bottom

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Critical Race Theory did not come ready-made out of a box. What we see and know today as CRT has, as its basis, several schools of pseudo-philosophical thought and areas of academic study - one built and twisted on another. But these influences and the progression of these ideas can, for all their wrongheadedness, be traced and seen for what they are. Today on MindMatters we delve further into the ideological roots, conceptual frameworks, contemporary movements and ultimate end game of CRT as described in James Lindsay's new book Race Marxism: The Truth about Critical Race Theory and Praxis.

Other sources:
Andrew Lobaczewski's Political Ponerology
Arthur Versluis's New Inquisitions

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Objective:Health - The WHO Pandemic Treaty: Bad News for National Sovereignty

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Remember that time we all voted for the WHO to take on a dictatorial role over our countries to tell us what to do in the event of a pandemic under threat of punishment? Funny, neither do we.

And yet this is where we are. Allegedly 194 countries are poised to sign away their right to self govern in the event of a pandemic, completely giving up their national sovereignty, giving themselves over to the will of the World Health Organization.

Any country signing on to the legally binding pandemic "treaty" would be obligated to follow the dictates of the WHO any time they arbitrarily declare there to be a pandemic (or even the threat of a pandemic). No checks to their ultimate declarations, no questioning their instructions, no autonomy, no self-determination.

This isn't a 'conspiracy theory.' This is real, and it's happening right now while we're all distracted by celebrity trials, abortion debates and wars in far off lands. If all goes according to their plans the proposed "instrument" will be presented for adoption at the 77th World Health Assembly in May of 2024.

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we discuss the ramifications of the WHO's pandemic treaty. What does this mean for our planet?

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NewsReal: Buffalo Shooter a Nazi, like Azov Battalion in Ukraine

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Bad Nazis and... moderate Nazis?

This weekend, a teenaged lone gunman went on a shooting rampage in Buffalo, upstate New York, killing 10 Black people, ostensibly 'to save the White race'. Stamped all over his social media selfies are the same Nazi symbols stamped on the uniforms of Ukrainian Nazis currently enjoined in 'heroic' battle against Russian forces.

His methods, motivation and 'white supremacist manifesto', the media reports, were explicitly inspired by the Christchurch shooter in 2019, and the Norway terrorist in 2011. These whitey lunatics certainly share links, but those links aren't being explicated in the media.

Meanwhile, as incipient global famine is being blamed by Western leaders on their perennial scapegoat, Vladimir Putin, major food riots have gripped Sri Lanka, where the government's attempt to implement 'green farming' has caused spectacular crop failures.

This week on NewsReal, Joe & Niall expose the wilful destruction of Great Game geopolitics, and the deadly Nazi embrace at the heart of the Western moral matrix.

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MindMatters: Is Critical Race Theory Race Marxism?

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Today on MindMatters we delve into the first chapters of James Lindsay's new book Race Marxism: The Truth about Critical Race Theory and Praxis. Contrary to what you hear on the news or Twitter, CRT is not simply a legal theory taught in law school. It is a full-blown activist movement. Even some who consider themselves proponents might be shocked to learn what its central tenets are, as described in the movements foundational academic texts. Lindsay puts it all together for us in one comprehensive volume.

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Objective:Health - In The News: Pfizer Dump | California Doctors Lose License For Speaking Out

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Welcome to another episode of Objective:Health's In The News, where we parse the latest headlines and give you the Objective:Health take.

On this week's episode, we look into the latest Pfizer document dump. While the entire US, and to a certain extent, the world, has been efficiently distracted by a rehash of the same old abortion debate, Pfizer quietly released it's latest court-ordered document release. As a result, no one is reporting on this. Constituting over 80,000 pages of documents, the dump is a treasure trove of information that points to how both Pfizer and the FDA knew prior to the vaccine rollout how the shots were both ineffective and dangerous.

We also talk this week about a new proposed bill in California that is set to silence doctors from promoting "misinformation" about Covid under threat of losing their medical license.

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For Victory Day: It's Time to Think About Finally Winning WWII

77 years ago Germany surrendered to allied forces finally ending the ravages of the Second World War.

Today, as the world celebrates the 77th anniversary of this victory, why not think very seriously about finally winning that war once and for all?

If you're confused by this statement, then you might want to sit down and take a deep breath before reading on. Within the next 12 minutes, you will likely discover a disturbing fact which may frighten you a little bit: The allies never actually won World War II...

Now please don't get me wrong. I am eternally thankful for the immortal souls who gave their lives to put down the fascist machine during those bleak years... but the fact is that a certain something wasn't resolved on the 9th of May, 1945 which has a lot to do with the slow re-emergence of a new form of fascism during the second half of the 20th century and the renewed danger of a global dictatorship which the world faces again today.

It is my contention that it is only when we find the courage to really look at this problem with sober eyes, that we will be able to truly honor our courageous forebears who devoted their lives to winning a peace for their children, grandchildren and humanity more broadly.

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Russia's Ukraine Operation 'Preemptive' - Putin at Victory Day Parade

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Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a military parade on Victory Day in Red Square in Moscow, Russia.
Launching the offensive was "the only right decision," Russian President insisted at the annual Victory Day parade

Russia's military operation in Ukraine was a preemptive move against future aggression, President Vladimir Putin has outlined during his address at the Victory Day parade in Red Square in Moscow on Monday.

Putin not only praised the achievement of the Soviet people during World War II, but also addressed the Kremlin's reasons for the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kiev. Russia had to act because a large-scale offensive against the breakaway republics in the eastern Donbass region was being planned, he claimed.

"We saw the military infrastructure unfolding [in Ukraine]; hundreds of foreign advisers starting their work; there were regular deliveries of the most modern weapons from NATO countries. The danger grew every day," the president explained.

"Russia gave a preemptive rebuff to aggression - this was a forced, timely and the only right decision by a sovereign, strong and independent country," he added, referring to the launch of the military operation.

Comment: Listen to the full speech - which may very well go down as one of the most important to mark the events of this time in history (approx 29 minutes in)

Comment: The staggering loss of millions soldiers (and many more innocent civilians) during WWII has left a deep scar in the hearts and memory of Russia. Today, victory over Nazi forces is celebrated and commemorated during today's massive 'Immortal Regiment' procession in Moscow:
Hundreds of thousands of people assembled for an annual procession through Moscow while holding portraits of their family members who fought against Nazi Germany and its allies in World War II as Russia celebrates Victory Day on Monday.

The 'Immortal Regiment' is a massive civil march held on Victory Day in which people carry portraits of those from their family who participated in the war.

More than one million people took part in the event in Moscow on Monday, the Russian Interior Ministry said.

The procession set off from one of Moscow's railway stations at 15:00 local time and traversed the seven-kilometer-long route through the city center to Red Square. President Vladimir Putin and Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin took part in the march as well.

The event was held online in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

In addition to Moscow, 'Immortal Regiment' processions were also held in many other cities across Russia, including all of the country's regional capitals. More than 200,000 people took part in Novosibirsk and over 100,000 participated in the Siberian city of Omsk.

The Red Army's fight against Hitler's forces is often called the Great Patriotic War, which started for the USSR on June 22, 1941. In Russia, May 9 is one of the country's most revered public holidays.

The 'Immortal Regiment' began as a grassroots movement in the Siberian city of Tomsk in 2012. The idea was then quickly picked up by other cities. The processions are held on Victory Day all across Russia and in many places abroad, where Russian-speaking expats participate alongside locals.

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NewsReal: USA vs Russia: Could Proxy War in Ukraine Escalate to Nuclear Conflict?

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The admission this week by the US government that it assisted Ukrainian forces with sinking the Russian flagship 'Moskva' last month highlights the risk of the 'proxy war' between the USA and Russia in Ukraine escalating to a 'point of no return'.

This week on NewsReal, Joe and Niall discuss the possibility of 'Nuclear Armageddon', explaining why they believe it remains unlikely. In the meantime, the US government pours greatly increased volumes of money and weapons into Ukraine.

There will be an end point to this, and that ending will indeed be catastrophic for many, but how it manifests will vary - and probably surprise everyone who followed the media version of events.

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MindMatters: The Matter with Things: Truth, Science, and Life

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Today on MindMatters we discuss three chapters from Iain McGilchrist's magnum opus, The Matter with Things. What is truth? What is science's role in discovering it? And what does a proper science of life look like? Join us as we plumb the depths of McGilchrist's bold vision on some of life's biggest questions.

Further sources:

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SOTT Earth Changes Summary - April 2022 - Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

Hundreds of food processing and food distribution facilities around the world were forced to halt activities since the lockdowns started, some of them suffered cyberattacks, and hundreds of others have exploded or burned down, a trend that increased considerably this year with up to 28 facilities burned down in mysterious ways just in the US.

Other related events worth mentioning: Further, The Guardian in the U.K. came up with a brilliant study that concluded that Northern Ireland must get rid of 1.2 million sheep and cattle, along with 5 million chickens, to meet zero carbon emissions and a 50% reduction in methane emissions... all this while global food prices are at their highest points in the 32-year history.

Well, does this sounds like a manufactured crisis? You bet. Yet, nature has its own plans, and the consequences are becoming the most significant factor.

We wanted to highlight that the most relevant events this month are related to unseasonable temperature drops and snow around the world, up to the end of April.

Winter-like temperatures have been gaining ground throughout the years damaging crops and crippling livestock farms, meanwhile planting and harvesting seasons keep getting displaced.

Sudden drops in temperatures are also worth mentioning, as in the Cascades, Washington that triggered a heavy snowfall that caused dozens of road accidents. In Europe, France registered the coldest April night since 1947.

There were a couple of extreme heat events during this month in some parts of the US, Europe and Asia, but they pale in comparison with the overarching frigid temperatures.

Unusually heavy rain and floods have also been contributing to damaged crops and farms.

Brazil continued to struggle with heavy rain, floods, and landslides this month, with a record of 31 inches of rainfall in 48 hours in Rio de Janeiro. In Antioquia, Colombia unusually heavy rain triggered destructive landslides causing the deaths of 12 people.

Thailand and the Philippines are having trouble recovering from the damage caused by continuous floods and landslides since last year. The trend continues as tropical storm Megi poured 10 inches of rainfall in 24 hours killing at least 224 and displacing thousands. While in south Thailand a foot of rain in 48 hours triggered the evacuation of 20,000 families.

The deadliest storm in record pummelled KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa destroying homes, bridges and roads. Floods and landslides caused the deaths of at least 450 and displaced thousands. The storm forced sub-Saharan Africa's most important port to halt operations.

In Uzbekistan at least 4 people died as a result of floods and mudslides after a month's worth of rain fell in less than 2 hours. Floods and mudflows also damaged crops, homes, schools and other buildings. At least 260 farms and buildings suffered damage, and 100 people were displaced. It was the worst storm in 80 years.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for April 2022: