A family on a United Airlines flight to New York were told to leave after their two-year-old would not wear a face mask. Video shows the parents trying to put the mask on their child, and the little girl becoming distressed. At one point the father puts his hand over her mouth and says that she now is compliant.
However, the family were removed from the flight. In a further inconvenience to the family their luggage and the toddler’s car seat remained on the flight.
The Federal Trade commission has sued to break up Facebook. If successful the social media giant would be forced to sell off Instagram and What’s App as individual businesses.
“Facebook has maintained its monopoly position by buying up companies that present competitive threats and by imposing restrictive policies that unjustifiably hinder actual or potential rivals that Facebook does not or cannot acquire,” the commission said in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Washington, D.C.
Japan is facing a metal health crisis. With more people committing suicide in October than died of Covid over the whole of the year. women have been affected worse than men.
Japan is one of the few nations in the world to release real time data on suicides, for example the more recent data for the US is 2018. The data from Japan gives an insight into the mental health cost of the pandemic. Experts have warned that as the economic and social impacts of the pandemic continue the mental health implications will worsen.
Voting expert Col Phil Waldron in giving evidence at the Pennsylvania election hearing has claimed that in one batch of ballots that recorded some 570,000 votes for Joe Biden and only 3,200 for Donald Trump. If true, that would mean 99.4% of that batch would have went to Joe Biden.
Col. Waldron also outlined the weakness in the electronic voting system.
Waldren: At the very beginning of the chart, where there’s a circle that says “On Election Day,” what that indicates is there’s a spike in loaded votes. 337,000-plus-or-minus-some votes that were added in there in one big batch. So that was an anomaly in the reporting. Normally you would expect to see a smooth curve going up, not any big spikes, that’s kind of what Greg was talking about, the anomalies of loading and uploading those votes. So that big spike that occurs there is a prime indicator of fraudulent voting.
Giuliani: And that’s [a total of] 604,000 votes in 90 minutes, is that right?
Waldren: Correct, this is [shows chart] 337,000 votes in that period of time.
Giuliani: And when you look at this entire curve, with all these spikes, can you calculate how much of a vote that accounted for for Biden, and how much for Trump?
Waldren: Close to 600,000. I think our figures were about 570-some-odd-thousand that all those spikes represent overtime.
The United Nations and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have joined forces to seek out “wrong information” and try to create new “social norms” for the spreading of news and information over social media. The two globalist organisations are to set up a new global coronavirus news service.
“When COVID-19 emerged, it was clear from the outset this was not just a public health emergency, but a communications crisis as well,” Melissa Fleming, chief of global communications for the United Nations, said.
“We’re trying to create this new social norm called ‘pause – take care before you share’,” Fleming continued. “We’re equipping people, through this new social norm, with a bit of ‘information scepticism’.”
In a relatively short period of time the AI technology of deep fakes has managed to create images which look real. Websites now exist where you can buy fake people photos.
People might use them on their gaming profiles. However, very often they are used for nefarious purposes. Such as online trolling, people seeking to infiltrate intelligence organisations, and dangerous political organisations.
The technology takes images of real people and feeds it into the program. The program then learns the way a human face is built, and using complicated mathematical modelling can recreate a human face, with parameters set by you; for example, gender, race, age.
France has been in a second lockdown since the end of October. As the end of November looms the streets of Paris are deserted of the Christmas shoppers. Flagship stores are boarded up.
“It’s sad. We are outside Galeries Lafayette and everything is closed,” said one would-be shopper, Emmanuelle Tiger. “They’ve put up (shop window) lights. That’s great, but we don’t feel the Christmas spirit at all.”
In a keynote speech to the conservative Federalist Society Justice Alito has warned that religious liberty and free speech are no longer as valued as they once were. He said that, “Tolerance for opposing views is now in short supply,” and warned that people in the country face retaliation, and harassment if they do not conform to the popular ideologies.
“In certain quarters religious liberty has fast become a disfavored right,” he said. “For many today, religious liberty is not a cherished freedom. It’s often just an excuse for bigotry and it can’t be tolerated even when there’s no evidence that anybody has been harmed.”
In the address he warned that religious liberty was in danger of becoming a “second-class” right.
The World Economic Forum will be hosting their Pioneers of Change Summit, November 16th-20th. The Summit will address the challenges and look to the opportunities created by the Covid 19 pandemic.
The World Economic Forum as been looking at this moment in history to bring about the Great Reset. This will look to build a more environmentally sustainable future, enhance digital enterprise and consider how to reimagine our world moving forward.
Dr Ezekiel J. Emanuel was appointed, along with 10 other physicians, to Biden’s Coronavirus task force. But who is he?
Dr. Emanuel is an oncologist who wrote an essay entitled: “Why I Hope to Die at 75“. He was also an architect of OmabaCare.
His thoughts on how to manage a potential flu pandemic were:
At 65, Emanuel promises to stop attempting to actively prolong his life. No more colonoscopies and no more flu shots, he assures us. “And if there were to be a flu pandemic,” he writes, “a younger person who has yet to live a complete life ought to get the vaccine or any antiviral drugs.”
He also wrote in the Lancet:
In the Lancet, Jan. 31, 2009, Dr. Emanuel and coauthors presented a “complete lives system” for the allocation of very scarce resources, such as kidneys, vaccines, dialysis machines, intensive care beds, and others.
“One maximizing strategy involves saving the most individual lives, and it has motivated policies on allocation of influenza vaccines and responses to bioterrorism. . . . Other things being equal, we should always save five lives rather than one.”
“However, other things are rarely equal — whether to save one 20-year-old, who might live another 60 years, if saved, or three 70-year-olds, who could only live for another 10 years each — is unclear…When implemented, the complete lives system produces a priority curve on which individuals aged roughly 15 and 40 years get the most substantial chance, whereas the youngest and oldest people get chances that are attenuated…”