In a major first for globalist one-world order types, Emmanuel Macron, who is a shill for Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum, has declared a climate lockdown in France. According to a report by the RAIR Foundation, the French citizenry is no longer allowed to think and decide for themselves but need an all-powerful, all-knowledgeable state to tell them whether it’s safe to go outside. RAIR Foundation writes: “In France, WEF Young Global Leader Macron was recently confirmed as President in an allegedly fair and democratic vote. Undeterred, he continues with Klaus Schwab’s globalist agenda.”
So-called virtual children are being proposed as a way to depopulate the world, according to a leading authority on artificial intelligence and a former advisor to the U.K. government. According to a report by Natalie Winters at the National Pulse, computer-generated babies that cost about $25 per month are likely to become a common phenomenon by the early-2070s argues Catriona Campbell, who advised the British government on the first drafting of its Usability & Accessibility standards. She claims up to one-in-five parents will opt for a digital baby.
Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report. I’m your host, Brannon Howse. Starting off tonight, the Children’s Health Defense and its website, The Defender, are reporting that new studies suggest a link between an incurable and fatal prion disease known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) and COVID-19 vaccines. Researchers believe the prion region from the original Wuhan COVID-19 variant’s spike protein was incorporated into the mRNA vaccines given to hundreds of millions of humans — and that it can cause a new type of aggressive CJD brain disease.
According to Mayo Clinic, CJD is a degenerative brain disorder that leads to dementia and, ultimately, death. There is no cure.
We lead off tonight with a story from the Post Millennial which reports that Joe Biden is considering using executive orders to declare a “public health emergency” if Roe v. Wade gets overturned by the Supreme Court. Biden is threatening, essentially, to ignore the ruling of the Supreme Court in order to keep abortions on the table. The article is based on sources quoted by the New York Times, which often quotes deep state sources in the government because it is part of that same apparatus.
The far left, militant pro-abortion group "Jane's Revenge" has claimed responsibility for a Molotov Cocktail attack against a pro-life organization in Madison, Wisconsin, and it has also vowed to continue more acts of violence, stating “we are literally fighting for our lives.” But as of yet, none of its leaders or those funding the group have been arrested by Joe Biden’s Department of Justice. A "first communique" was sent to far-left activist journalist Robert Evans last month, reports the Post Millennial. The statement reads: "This was only a warning. We demand the disbanding of all anti-choice establishments, fake clinics and violent anti-choice groups within the next 30 days."
Fox News’s Sean Hannity is under fire from conservative commentators for reportedly asking former president Donald Trump to consider a pardon for Hunter Biden to control the fallout from the January 6 Capitol protests. Last Thursday, the House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot released text messages between Hannity and former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who told him President Trump was “intrigued by the pardon idea!! (Hunter),” according to an article in the Independent, a British newspaper.
There’s been a lot in the news lately about our food supplies and none of it good. We’ve seen more than 25 food processing plants burned down so far this year. We’ve seen shortages of fertilizer and then trainloads of fertilizer being derailed while the biggest railroad company in the Midwest refuses to deliver fertilizer to farmers who needed it for spring planting. So this next story can be added to the list of bizarre food stories that all add up to less food being produced. Food processing giant Smithfield Foods announced last Friday it will shut down its Vernon, California, plant and scale back operations in California, Utah and Arizona.
VoterGA released a report Thursday, June 9th, providing evidence that Secretary
of State Brad Raffensperger received an additional 15 percent of votes added to his
totals in Georgia’s Republican primary, enough to propel him to an easy victory
over GOP challenger Jody Hice. VoterGA had discovered earlier this week that the Dominion Voting Systems machines in DeKalb County shifted thousands of votes from one candidate to
another in the Democrat primary for county commission. Now they’ve got the
goods on Raffensperger.
We lead off tonight with an insider’s view on Google’s new artificial intelligence module. A senior software engineer at the company who signed up to test Google’s artificial intelligence tool called LaMDA (Language Model for Dialog Applications), has broken the silence and gone public with a warning to the world. If this AI robot is indeed sentient as described by the engineer, then it would have the ability to have thoughts and feelings of its own, and they’re clearly not friendly toward those with a biblical worldview. According to a report from the Daily Mail, during a series of conversations with LaMDA, 41-year-old Blake Lemoine presented the computer with various scenarios. They included religious themes and whether the artificial intelligence could be goaded into using discriminatory or hateful speech.
Speaking of vote fraud, Bizpac Review reports that Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro, just two days before he is set to meet with Joe Biden at the Summit of the Americas, is questioning whether his American counterpart was legitimately elected. During a television interview Tuesday, Bolsonaro admitted he’s not entirely sure Biden won the 2020 election and finds the whole thing very suspicious. In making these observations, the Brazilian president echoed the concerns of many American citizens, whose doubts about the election results are raised by openly admitted conspiracies in Time magazine, massive infusions of outside money from Mark Zuckerberg, and the suspension of normal election procedures in at least eight battleground states, especially in Democrat voting districts.