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Whitney Webb Interview – Tanzania Coup, Rising Technocracy & The 4th Industrial Revolution

Joining me today is Whitney Webb, here to discuss her recent exodus from the increasingly authoritarian country of Chile, the regime change that just took place in Tanzania, as well as the 4th Industrial Revolution. 


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6 Replies to “Whitney Webb Interview – Tanzania Coup, Rising Technocracy & The 4th Industrial Revolution

  1. I think about what my cats may think about me. He can open doors. He can cut down trees. He can set large piles on fire. Sometimes he gets into these machines and moves hills. Sometimes he gets on others and flies up hills. He controls fire and trees and gravity. He provides food and can open doors. And sometimes, he picks me up. He is so much bigger than me. I stare at him with awe, all the things he can do, and I love him, but really, I hope he doesn’t snap my neck. So I offer it to him, to scratch, and he likes that, and we both smile.

  2. Whitney mentioned a British hospital that refused to release their covid death data, controlling for pre-existing conditions and whatnot, because it was too low but I’m having trouble finding a story link to that – can someone help me out on that?

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