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The Widening War: How the Nato-Russia Confrontation Is Playing Out in North Africa, by Conor Gallagher

World War III has already started, and one battlefield is North Africa. From Conor Gallagher at nakedcapitalism.com:

Western officials are now openly admitting the war against Russia (and China) is worldwide and composed of competing blocs.

The colonial mindset comparison is apt as the West seeks to take control over African and Latin American resources. While this is nothing new, as the statements coming from the West make clear, countries that are friendly with Moscow and/or Beijing should expect even more concerted efforts at infiltration, sanctions, and any other means to restrict ties with the Russia-China bloc.

While some smaller states could benefit from being wooed by both sides, many will likely suffer as increased subversion and proxy conflicts are likely to play out in those countries. Take the comments from US officials to Bloomberg on Feb. 24 that the US, in year two of the war, is going to double down its efforts to “tighten the screws” on countries still keeping a foot in both camps.

This will be especially true in states that are resource rich – whether in oil, gas, or “green” commodities. These battles are already underway across Africa and are likely to intensify. North African countries have thus far been unwilling to help “isolate” Russia. The EU energy situation is still dire, which it is trying to remedy with a renewed push into Africa in search of oil and gas, as well as a race to control “green” resources. China does not want to give ground in Africa, and Russia, while seeking to prevent any isolation, can also sooner bring Europe to its knees if it throws a wrench in the EU-Africa energy plans.

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Africa Is Starkly Unvaccinated, And Starkly Unvanquished By COVID, by Colleen Huber

So the continent with the lowest vaccination rate (other than Antarctica) against Covid also has the lowest Covid rate. That blows all the vaccine propaganda right out of the water. From Colleen Huber at The Epoch Times via zerohedge.com:

Let’s study that victory with utmost diligence…

Africa as a Whole Is Very Strikingly Unvaccinated, According to Johns Hopkins University, Our World in Data.


Let’s keep in mind that most striking continent on an otherwise bleak world map, as we examine the following map, which shows Africa’s burden of COVID cases since the beginning of COVID.

Here is Africa’s relative share of COVID cases since the beginning of COVID:


The Data Reports That Can Be Expected Three Years Into a Pandemic

One would reasonably expect a worldwide pandemic that began three years ago to have been recorded with some ballpark accuracy in case counts, and morbidity and mortality data throughout the world by now, as each hemisphere has been through three winters.  One would also expect that a worldwide vaccine campaign that peaked over a year ago to have resulted in reliable vaccine uptake maps.  One would expect a general consensus regarding such data.  So let’s accept the above maps as not (or not yet) disputed, and as reliable documentation of historical events of pinnacle importance, events that behoove humanity to understand well, and to understand as thoroughly as if our future well-being depends on it.

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Why Has COVID Spared Africa? By Dr. Joseph Mercola

The gap between the low number of Covid cases in lightly vaccinated Africa and the high number of Covid cases in many other parts of the world is huge. Naturally, the WHO wants to increase the vaccination rate in Africa. From Dr. Joseph Mercola at theburningplatform.com:

Story at-a-glance

  • There are clear contradictions between the World Health Organization’s directives regarding the need for COVID shots in Africa and the actual situation on the ground
  • The WHO is still calling on all countries to get the COVID jab into at least 70% of their populations, and warns that developing countries are at grave risk due to low jab rates. Meanwhile, Africa, where less than 6% of the population is jabbed, has fared far better than countries with high injection rates. A large-scale survey in Uganda also shows COVID is no longer a clinical issue
  • Variants have also gotten milder (less pathogenic) with each iteration, yet the WHO warns that new variants may create “large waves of serious disease and death in populations with low vaccination coverage”
  • The explanation for the disconnect between the WHO’s priorities and what’s happening in Africa can be explained when you look at the focus of the WHO’s Catastrophic Contagion exercise. It focused on getting African leadership trained in following the pandemic script. The WHO needs additional pandemics in order to justify its pandemic treaty, which will give it sole power to dictate countermeasures, and it needs to eliminate the African control group, which shows the COVID “vaccines” do more harm than good
  • The WHO also has every intention of implementing climate lockdowns once it has the power to do so. To that aim, the WHO’s director of Environment and Health has suggested combining health and climate issues into one

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Is Africa the Covid Smoking Gun? Part 2, from Worldly Turnings

Africa has some of the lowest Covid vaccination rates in the world. It also has some of the lowest Covid rates in the world. From Worldly Turnings at worldlyturnings.wordpress.com:

Article at a Glance

  • Sub Sahara Africa continues to have the lowest Covid mortality in the world due to low vaccination rates and use of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin for preventive treatment.
  • Existing protocols for Covid treatment and prevention kill many more people per 1,000,000 in Western Nations with sophisticated healthcare systems than in African Countries with poor healthcare infrastructures.
  • The United States has the highest healthcare costs in the world by an extraordinary margin, but these expenditures are wasted with accepted Covid protocols.
  • Use of Vaccines, masks and lockdowns that lower exposure to Vit D are not just a bad decision by most Worldwide health organizations, they may be for depopulation given the information on vaccines deaths and overall Covid mortality available to the healthcare community.
  • The intentional depopulation of the planet can be disproved if Africa is forcefully provided with Worldwide protocols for Covid (now in process) and people are convinced that the large increases in worldwide mortality we are seeing in Life Insurance data are caused not be the Vaccine but by the infection itself, which results in a novel concept called “Long Covid”.

I wrote an article in December 2021 about what I called the “Africa Smoking Gun” regarding Covid death rates worldwide. Up until then, little if anything had been written even in the Conservative and Alt-Press about the “Smoking Gun” proof of an apparently intentional genocide. This is a follow-up to that article to report on the accuracy of that hypothesis using current Covid mortality data.

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The Geopolitics of Wheat. Is There a Grain of Truth in Any of It?

Was Africa threatened with famine due to the Ukrainian wheat blockade or not? From Martin Jay at strategic-culture.org:

The panic about African countries being starved of wheat seems to have been unjust and perhaps even fake news.

There was much anticipation about getting wheat sent from the Black Sea to Africa to prevent famines. So why haven’t African governments sent ships there?

Just recently Recep Erdogan of Turkey succeeded in bringing both Russia and the West to the negotiating table over wheat. Since virtually the beginning of Russian invasion in February of this year, the ports which normally export wheat to most of the world, have been blocked. Notably, Odessa port was entirely buffered by mines rendering it impossible for ships to enter nor leave.

Remarkably, a deal was struck very quickly after a number of heavyweights in the Middle East and North Africa reached out to Putin, pointing out that if wheat cannot reach many of these countries, there would be real consequences; food insecurity in many of these countries can quickly flare into political insurrection, terror groups forming and of course heightening numbers of migrants heading for the EU.

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West’s Threats to African Countries Over Russian Oil Might Spark New Sanctions Against Moscow, by Martin Jay

The West is isolating itself more than Russia. From Martin Jay at strategic-culture.org:

The West got itself into this mess being wildly out of touch and delusional, with regards to its own so-called hegemony.

The emergence of Russia, China and India as emboldened new powers amid the Ukraine war is becoming more obvious each day. The West has really destroyed its last strand of credibility as the real power in a unipolar world, which, in reality is now multipolar with the East gaining and gaining.

Russia continues to garner more strength and influence seemingly without effort due to the colossal error of NATO and EU sanctions which continue to punish the citizens of those countries so much more than any Russian citizen – the most recent news just in that Spain is banning the use of air conditioning in parts of the country experiencing a heat wave!

And Russia acts more and more like a superpower on the world stage and so we shouldn’t be surprised, for example, that when only a matter of weeks of French troops pulling out of Mali a former colony of France’s, Russia rolls in with aircraft which it donates to the regime. That’s what superpowers do to keep their end of the bargain. Security support.

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Africa Needs Conventional Fuels, Not Windmills and Solar Panels, by Manuel Tacanho

Have the do-gooders who think “Green Energy” is just the ticket for Africa ever spent even ten minutes with average citizens there and seen how they live? From Manuel Tacanho at mises.org:

The energy and climate goals that Western governments, the United Nations, and other organizations are pushing on Africa constitute a crippling blow to its economies. As the least developed region, Africa should unequivocally prioritize economic development. One would think that amid energy poverty in Africa, Western governments and “development” institutions would prioritize energy security for African countries over energy transition.

African countries must have reliable, abundant, and cheap energy (e.g., fossil fuels) to accelerate economic development. Fossil fuels power economies and people’s lives. To deny these countries the possibility of developing with fossil fuels by imposing climate goals that the Western world itself fails to achieve is hypocritical. And malicious.

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Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda, by Dr. Joseph Mercola

They’re doing everything they can to get the population down to a Georgia-guidestone half-a-billion. From Dr. Joseph Mercola at theburningplatform.com:

Story at-a-glance

  • The World Health Organization began working on an anti-fertility vaccine in the 1970s, in response to perceived overpopulation. For 20 years, the WHO’s Task Force on Vaccines for Fertility Regulation worked with population control in mind
  • In 1993, the WHO finally announced a birth-control vaccine had successfully been created to help with “family planning.” The anti-fertility vaccine uses hCG conjugated (chemically bonded) to tetanus toxoid, used in the tetanus vaccine. As a result, a woman will develop antibodies against both tetanus and hCG
  • HCG is the first signal that tells the woman’s body she’s pregnant. In response to this signal, her ovaries then produce progesterone, which maintains the pregnancy to term. By combining hCG with tetanus toxoid, it causes this crucial pregnancy hormone to be attacked and destroyed by the woman’s own immune system
  • In 1995, the Catholic Women’s League of the Philippines won a court order halting a UNICEF tetanus program that was using tetanus vaccine laced with hCG. Three million women between the ages of 12 and 45 had by that time already been vaccinated. Anti-hCG-laced vaccines had also been found in at least four other countries

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A Triple-Barreled Gun Is Destroying African Economies: Inflation, Government Debt, and Taxes, by Manuel Tacanho

You can lump the three under the general category of statism. That philosophy always has and always will destroy, not build. From Manuel Tacanho at mises.org:

Today it is conclusive that Africa’s socialist experiments failed, as did the state-led development approach. Not only was the heavily statist approach unable to develop African economies, but it made poverty worse. In this context of repressive state-driven economic systems, most African countries are trapped in a morass of high inflation, high debt, high taxation, high dependency, worsening poverty, food insecurity, chronic mass unemployment, and other pervasive problems.

Barrel One: High Inflation

Africa’s unstable and inflationary currencies have been a significant impediment to economic development because of their destabilizing and impoverishing effect. Organic and lasting economic growth must necessarily be driven by savings, not by debt, deficit spending, or money printing.

In the long run, inflation ends in the breakdown of the currency. This is what happened in Angola in the 1990s and in Zimbabwe in the first decade of the 2000s.

Evidence from the past and present, from developed and developing countries, unequivocally shows that inflation is a government and central bank policy that cannot go on forever and that does come to a catastrophic end, however long the run may be.

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Is Africa the Covid Smoking Gun? By from Worldly Turnings blog

Just think, a whole continent with a very low Covid-19 vaccination rate, extensive use of prophylactic Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, and very low Covid-19 case numbers and deaths. Also, this continent is quite poor and has few of what are considered the advantages of modern medicine in more developed parts of the world. It’s enough to make one suspicious of the officially approved narrative. From Worldly Turnings blog at worldlyturnings.blog:

Introduction. In October 2020 I wrote about the US healthcare system and how it is a total failure on Covid, allowing people to die without simple treatments for the Bioweapon dubbed Covid. A year later we have increased our hold on #1 slot on healthcare expenditures per capita. Nothing has improved and in many ways our healthcare establishment has gotten worse. Much worse. And, now we have the smoking gun case of Africa proving the possibly intentional manslaughter of people in the name of bad science, profiteering or worse – depopulation….

The most expensive healthcare system in the world (by a huge margin) is the United States. We have 45% higher healthcare expenses in our “free market” healthcare system than #2 in the world – Switzerland.

Strangely, and with barely a whimper from Americans that are going broke paying insane medical bills year after year, the USA ranks in the top 20 out of 195 countries for Covid mortality with 2368 deaths/1,000,000. This equates to roughly 140 Covid only deaths/1,000,000 using the 6% CDC figure obtained through the VAERS database. This is less than the median annual influenza deaths over 10 years – yet we have blithly crashed the world for the Great Reset. I digress.

Below are the lowest Covid death rate countries in the world.  Of the 38 countries with the lowest mortality rates are 28 countries located in the continent with the worst healthcare systems in the world – Africa.   How is this possible?

Lowest Covid 19 Mortality by Country (as of 12/6/21):

SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_death_rates_by_country

Simple.   Most African countries allow use of inexpensive (i.e. non patentable US Pharmaceutical Pseudo-Vaccines) Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Ivermectin for early treatment.   We don’t.  And, they also don’t fake death counts to establish totalitarian rule by a deadly vaccine and human segregation brainwashing experiment on the masses.

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