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Wikipedia Owners, W.H.O. Announce Collaboration Against Coronavirus ‘Misinformation’

The World Health Organization and the Wikimedia Foundation, which owns Wikipedia, announced a collaboration last week responding to “misinformation” on the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the collaboration, the W.H.O. has released several “fact-check” graphics on a free license so they can be used on Wikipedia and other sites owned by the Foundation. The partnership prompted criticism from some Wikipedia editors due to the W.H.O.’s mishandling of the pandemic in its early stages in China.

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Davos Despair: ‘Great Reset’ Meeting Postponed over Coronavirus Fears

The World Economic Forum (WEF) announced Wednesday its annual summit in Switzerland has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The gathering of political, financial, and social elites was due to discuss “the ‘Great Reset’ in the post-COVID-19 era” however this lead agenda item will also be pushed to a place and time yet to be determined.

Former US Vice President Al Gore attends a session of the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting on January 21, 2015 in Davos. The world's political and business elite gathered for their annual meeting in the glitzy Swiss ski resort with the shadow of recent attacks in France and ongoing …

Youth Leaders Tell U.N. to Save the World: Subvert ‘the Patriarchy’, ‘Declare a Planetary Emergency – Right Now’

A United Nations (U.N.) youth conference in Geneva, Switzerland, heard a string of demands  Tuesday from young people for the globalist body to save the world by declaring an immediate  “planetary emergency.” It was also told to subvert “the patriarchy” which is allegedly holding back “gender, race and social classes” from fully developing.

A masked demonstrator takes part in a global youth climate action strike in Buenos Aires, on September 27, 2019, at the end of a global climate change week. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP) (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images)