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Dirk Pohlmann has a long career as a journalist, business owner and entrepreneur including a spinoff of the prestigious Max Planck Institute, and as a film director and producer. He has directed over 20 films and aired on National Geographic, Discovery, the History Channel Canada, and in Australia, Russia and throughout Europe. Dirk was also a specialist in cold war intelligence operations and has written extensively on the subject. He is the author of the book "The Ecological Disaster" with Noam Chomsky, Chris Hedges and Nafeez Ahmed. Dirk, along with his colleague Markus Fiedler have been critically evaluating Wikipedia and its internal operations to expose its biased agendas under the disguise of being a legitimate encyclopedia. Together they have published their series "Stories from Wikipedia" -- in German -- which present new material every three weeks, and produced two documentary films "The Dark Side of Wikipedia" and "Censorship," which detail how the site has become a systematic problem that threatens a free society. Dirk was also instrumental in winning the first lawsuit for libel and slander against a senior Wikipedia editor on behalf of author Elias Davidson, who had provided evidence that no Muslims had hijacked the planes on 911. This is a landmark trial and hopefully will pave the way for others who have had their reputations defamed and destroyed on Wikipedia to have legal recourse and to begin sending shivers through the ideologues on Wikipedia. Although in Germany, his Wikipedia investigation website is

Petr Koenig is a geopolitical analyst and a former senior economist at the World Bank and World Health Organization, who specialized in water and environmental economics for 30 years in countries around the world. He currently consults for the Swiss Development Cooperation, an international agency working with humanitarian aid delivered by th Swiss Confederation as part of its foreign policy to alleviate poverty around the world and promote human rights. Peter also lectures at universities in the US, Europe and South America. He is the author of "Implosion: An Economic Thriller about War, Environmental Destruction and Corporate Greed, and is a co-author of Cynthia McKinney's book "When China Sneezes: From Coronavirus Lockdown to the Global Politico-Economic Crisis."  His articles are frequently published on Global Research, New Eastern Outlook and other online sites. 

Vanessa Beeley is a British investigative journalist and photographer focusing on the conflicts in the middle east – particularly in Syria, Gaza and Palestine, Iraq, Egypt and Yemen. She is an associate editor of 21st Century Wire and was a member of a peace finding mission to Syria organized by the US Peace Council.  She is a contributing writer for the Global Campaign to Return to Palestine, the Dissident Voice and manages the website The Wall Will Fall where she blogs about her travels and reports from the Middle East. Vanessa's articles appear in Mint Press News, Russia Today, Last American Vagabond, 21st Century Wire and many others. She was a finalist for the prestigious Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, which has previously been awarded to Robert Parry, Patrick Cockburn, Robert Fisk and others. Last year she received the Serena Shim Award for uncompromised integrity in journalism. Her website is    

Alexis Baden-Mayer is a Washington-based lawyer and activist serving as the Political Director of the Organic Consumers Organization and its Fund. She is the co-editor with the Organic Consumers Organization’s director Ronnie Cummins of its newsletter Organic Bytes, which reaches nearly 300,000 subscribers. Alexis has organized many grassroots campaigns, including Millions Against Monsanto, Coming Clean (to remove false “organic” claims from cosmetics), Safeguard Organic Standards (to keep USDA organic standards high), USDA Watch (to close the revolving door between federal regulatory agencies and the biotech lobby), and Organic Transitions (to shift from climate-destabilizing industrial food production to carbon-sequestering sustainable agriculture).  Before joining OCA, Alexis was the Government Relations Director for Vote Hemp, the National Field Director for the Marijuana Policy Project, and a lobbyist for a coalition to restore federal loan access to students with drug convictions.  Her organization’s main website is
Do you know what it means when the Managing Director of the IMF warns of a "new Bretton Woods moment?" How about when the head of the BIS revels in the total surveillance power that digital currencies will afford the central bankers? Well, you're about to. Don't miss this info-packed edition of The Corbett Report podcast where James peels back the layers of the great currency reset onion and uncovers the New World (Monetary) Order.

SARS-CoV2 and the Rise of Medical Technocracy. Lee Merritt, M.D.

Dr. Merritt is a classically trained physician and obtained her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. After graduation, she did her internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland in Internal Medicine and completed a residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at San Diego Naval Medical Center. She has spent additional years providing care to active duty marines in Iwakuni, Japan and Quantico, Virginia. She was awarded the Louis A. Goldstein Fellowship in Spinal Surgery at Rochester String Memorial Hospital– the only female to have done so. Her life long interest has been in wellness and in 2006 she completed the American Academy of Anti-aging and Integrative Medicine fellowship.  

Alison McDowell is a mother and independent researcher currently investigating the background and specifics of the World Economic Forum's strategies behind the Great Reset.  She blogs about the intersection of race, technology, finance and nature.  Alison has a strong history in educational activism and opposition to high-stakes testing and the standardized curriculum.  Her research later expanded into the military origins of educational technology, blockchain identity and financing, and global poverty management.  Alison's website is

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