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Whitney Webb Interview – Starbucks COVID Connection, GameStop Suspicions & WEF Cyber Pandemic Simulations

Joining me today is Whitney Webb to discuss some of her recent research into an alarming connection Starbucks has to the COVID-19 vaccine agenda, as well as some suspicions about the GameStop fiasco, as well as the WEF and its “Cyber Pandemic” simulations.  


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6 Replies to “Whitney Webb Interview – Starbucks COVID Connection, GameStop Suspicions & WEF Cyber Pandemic Simulations

  1. Whitney, I’m surprised you said populism doesn’t benefit the elites—that’s what the useful idiots think—but ultimately, it does benefit the elites. That’s why they are pushing the narrative. The more chaos, division, cultural Marxism & anger among the population—the more control they will eventually get. Hegelian dialectic.

    1. What she says is very clear:
      Successful populism doesn’t benefit the elites because, by definition, populism is an attitude contrary to elitism. Successful populism hinders and, hopefully, obliterates elitism.
      What you refer to is faux populism, amputated populism, infiltrated populism.
      So, depending on which configuration is considered, you are both correct.

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