Covid-19 only a the dress rehearsal for pandemics

Exposing the Big Game

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27 JUL 2020SAVE | EMAIL | PRINT |  PDF   Some scientists feel that the current Covid-19 pandemic, which has already infected more than 16-million and killed more than 600,000 worldwide, is only a dress rehearsal for an even bigger pandemic.Covid-19 only a the dress rehearsal for pandemicsProfessor Robert Bragg, researcher in the Department of Microbial, Biochemical and Food Biotechnology, and Professor Aliza le Roux, assistant dean: natural and agricultural sciences and associate professor: zoology and entomology at the University of the Free State (UFS), warn about future pandemics, saying that humans’ interaction with animals and lack of learning from the past are the reasons for this.

Another researcher, Dr Martin Nyaga, senior lecturer/ researcher: next generation sequencing (NGS), agrees with Bragg and Le Roux about new viruses and says viruses will keep emerging due to their general nature.

More pandemics might be on the cards

“There is a feeling among some scientists that this…

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  1. THE SCRIPT FOR THE NWO

    COVERT 19 & PANICDEMIC
    WHILE CHINA DROWNED, TRUMP PLAYED HIS HARRP!
    HAARP Project a Weather Control Weapon

    The individual comes face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists. The American mind has not come to a realisation of the evil which has been introduced into our midst. It rejects even the assumption that human creatures could espouse a philosophy which must ultimately destroy all that is good and decent.
    J. Edgar Hoover
    “The truth must be repeated over and over again, because error is repeatedly preached among us, not only by individuals, but by the masses. In periodicals and cyclopaedias, in schools and universities; every- where, in fact, error prevails, and is quite easy in the
    feeling that it has a decided majority on its side.”
    ~ J. W. v. Goethe

    SCENARIOS FOR THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2010
    by The Rockefeller Foundation an Global Business Network
    May 2010
    PDF Format

    LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

    This report is the result of extensive effort and collaboration among Rockefeller Foundation initiative staff, Foundation grantees, and external experts.

    The Rockefeller Foundation and GBN would like to extend special thanks to all of the individuals who contributed their thoughtfulness and expertise throughout the scenario process.

    Their enthusiastic participation in interviews, workshops, and the ongoing iteration of the scenarios made this co-creative process more stimulating and engaging that it could ever have been otherwise.

    ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION STAFF
    Project Leads
    Claudia Juech, Managing Director
    Evan Michelson, Senior Research Associate

    Core Team
    Karl Brown, Associate Director
    Robert Buckley, Managing Director
    Lily Dorment, Research Associate
    Brinda Ganguly, Associate Director
    Veronica Olazabal, Research Associate
    Gary Toenniessen, Managing Director
    Thank you as well to all Foundation staff who participated in the scenario creation workshop in December.

    A special thank you also to Laura Yousef.

    ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION GRANTEES
    G.K. Bhat, TARU Leading Edge, India
    Le Bach Duong, Institute for Social Development Studies, Vietnam
    Aidan Eyakuze, Society for International Development, Tanzania
    Michael Free, PATH, Seattle, WA
    Namrita Kapur, Root Capital, Boston, MA
    Paul Kukubo, Kenya ICT Board, Kenya
    Joseph Mureithi, Kenyan Agriculture Research Institute, Kenya

    EXTERNAL EXPERTS
    Stewart Brand, Cofounder of GBN and President of the Long Now Foundation
    Robert de Jongh, Managing Regional Director, SNV Latin America
    José Gomez-Marquez, Program Director for the Innovations in International Health initiative (IIH), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Natalie Jeremijenko, Experimental Designer and Director of xdesign Environmental Health Clinic, New York University
    Athar Osama, Visiting Fellow, Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, Boston University
    Isha Ray, Professor, School of Information (Energy and Resources Group), University of California-Berkeley
    Enrique Rueda-Sabater, Director of Strategy and Business Development for Emerging Markets, Cisco
    Caroline Wagner, Senior Analyst, SRI International and Research Scientist, Center for International Science and Technology Policy, The George Washington University

    GLOBAL BUSINESS NETWORK
    Andrew Blau, Co-President
    Tara Capsuto, Senior Practice Associate
    Lynn Carruthers, Visual Practitioner
    Michael Costigan, Practitioner
    Jenny Johnston, Senior Editor
    Barbara Kibbe, Vice President of Client Services, Monitor Institute
    Brie Linkenhoker, Senior Practitioner
    Peter Schwartz, Chairman

    The Rockefeller Foundation
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    tel +1 212 869 8500 fax +1 212 764 3468
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    Global Business Network
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    tel +1 415 932 5400 fax +1 415 932 5401
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    There is little doubt that technology will continue to drive change across the developing world.

    However, uncertainty exists about the role of technological advances in alleviating poverty. To uncover the range of possibilities that may emerge, novel approaches like scenario planning are essential.

    “Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development,” a new report, features four very different – yet very plausible – visions of how technology could profoundly alter how we address some of the most pressing challenges in the developing world.

    Scenario planning – an innovative method of creating narratives about the future – is a powerful tool for assisting organizations in considering how complex problems could evolve and be solved over the long term.
    The scenario planning process helps to identify unique opportunities, rehearse important decisions by simulating their broader implications, and illuminate previously unexplored areas of intersection.
    Source

    Contents
    • Letter from Judith Rodin
    • Letter from Peter Schwartz
    • Introduction
    o WHY SCENARIOS?
    o WHY TECHNOLOGY?
    o THE FOCAL QUESTION
    o ENGAGING YOUR IMAGINATION
    • The Scenario Framework
    o CHOOSING THE CRITICAL UNCERTAINTIES
    o GLOBAL POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ALIGNMENT
    o ADAPTIVE CAPACITY
    o THE SCENARIO NARRATIVES
     Lock Step
     Clever Together
     Hack Attack
     Smart Scramble
    • Concluding Thoughts
    • Appendix
    • LOCK STEP – A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback

    • CLEVER TOGETHER – A world in which highly coordinated and successful strategies emerge for addressing both urgent and entrenched worldwide issues

    • HACK ATTACK – An economically unstable and shock-prone world in which governments weaken, criminals thrive, and dangerous innovations emerge

    • SMART SCRAMBLE – An economically depressed world in which individuals and communities develop localized, makeshift solutions to a growing set of problems

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  2. BESTIALITY & COVID 19??????????????????

    Bestiality brothels are ‘spreading through Germany’ warns campaigner as abusers turn to sex with animals as ‘lifestyle choice’
    • Animal welfare officer Madeleine Martin problem of ‘erotic zoos’ is growing
    • She tells of farmer whose once friendly sheep began refusing human contact
    • So when he put CCTV in his barn he watched men file in and abuse his herd
    By MATT BLAKE
    PUBLISHED: 17:53, 1 July 2013 | UPDATED: 00:55, 1 February 2016

    Bestiality brothels are spreading through Germany faster than ever thanks to a law that makes animal porn illegal but sex with animals legal, a livestock protection officer has warned.
    Madeleine Martin told the Frankfurter Rundschau that current laws were not protecting animals from predatory zoophiles who are increasingly able to turn to bestiality as a ‘lifestyle choice’.
    She highlighted one case where a farmer in the Gross-Gerau region of southwest Germany, noticed his once friendly flock of sheep were beginning to shy away from human contact.

    Shock discovery: Ms Martin told of one case where a farmer rigged a CCTV camera in the rafters of his barn after finding his normally friendly sheep refusing human contact, to discover multiple men sneaking in in the dead of night to sexually abuse his beloved livestock
    So he rigged a CCTV camera in the rafters of his barn to discover multiple men sneaking in during the night to sexually abuse his beloved livestock.

    ‘There are now animal brothels in Germany,’ Martin told the paper, adding that people were playing down the issue by by describing it as a ‘lifestyle choice’.
    Armed with a host of similar case studies, Ms Martin is now calling for the government to categorically ban bestiality across the country.

    Defenceless: There are even ‘erotic zoos’ which people can visit to abuse animals ranging from llamas to goats
    Last November German authorities said they were planning to reinstate an old law forbidding sex with animals after a sharp rise in incidents of bestiality along with websites promoting it.
    Parliament began debating changes to the national Animal Protection Code with the agricultural committee of the Bundestag pledging fines of up to £20,000 for a first offence.
    Bestiality dropped off the statute books as a crime in 1969 but in recent years the number of people believed to be participating in such acts has increased significantly.

    There are even ‘erotic zoos’ which people can visit to abuse animals ranging from llamas to goats.
    Hans-Michael Goldmann, chairman of the agriculture committee, said the government aimed to forbid using an animal ‘for individual sexual acts and to outlaw people ‘pimping’ creatures to others for sexual use.’

    German ‘zoophile’ group ZETA has announced it will mount a legal challenge should a ban on bestiality become law.
    ‘Mere concepts of morality have no business being law,’ said ZETA chairman Michael Kiok.

    When the 1969 law banning sex with animals was banned the Animal Protection Law was introduced, but it failed to include a specific ban on zoophilia.
    The terms bestiality and zoophilia are the formal names for having sex with animals for pleasure.

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