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The Wall Street, Pharma, and FDA gangsters
who brought us the
Covid disaster
and why they did it

Calvin Luther Martin, PhD

Calvin Luther Martin, PhD

February 23, 2022

I had intended to do something else today — in fact, work on a book manuscript. I made the mistake of opening an email from a former colleague now living in Mexico. He recommended a website where I stumbled across the interview, below, with a man named Edward Dowd.

Before 12 o’clock noon today, I knew nothing about Mr. Dowd. Now I know  he’s worth listening to. He’s a former  Wall Street guy. What caught my eye was that he managed a $40 billion investment portfolio for BlackRock. I knew what BlackRock is: an investment firm so powerful, it controls governments.

In a 45-minute interview, Dowd blew me away with his Wall Street, financial analyst perspective on what happened when Covid turned the world upside down—and the Masters of Covid are not yet done, argues Dowd. He warns that 2022 is going to be a hellacious year in the financial sector, and that this is going to wreak havoc on you and me.

I implore you to listen to this man. He may change your financial plans for the foreseeable future. Dowd seems to know where all the skeletons are in the conference rooms of Big Pharma, the FDA, Wall Street, and at the highest levels in Washington.

I came away wondering if America is being run by a criminal syndicate. You decide for yourself.

If you find Dowd compelling, I recommend reading this essay by attorney Andrea Widburg (click here). She focuses on Justin Trudeau who, though a manifest fool, may well be responding to the manipulation of the World Economic Forum (WEF) crowd. Bear in mind that Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister is deeply entangled with the WEF.

When you’re done, take a long walk by the sea (if you’re lucky enough to live there).  Look for the diving gannets. Look for the strings of pelicans that whimsically surf the wind in the curl of breaking rollers. Stand still and contemplate the sanderling around your feet.

And ask yourself, “How did we get to this insane state of affairs? Why didn’t we see this coming?” And, lastly, “What the f**k is wrong with these people?!”

Klaus Schwab
Justin Trudeau
sanderling

5 thoughts on “The Gangsters Who Brought Us the Covid Disaster, and Why They Did It”

  1. Kenneth David Peaker

    it happened while we were sleeping

    inspired by ‘Gray State’ by David Crowley. murdered along with his family for its production

    Gray State – Official Concept Trailer – YouTube

    more than ever darkness scheming towers o’er fields of revealing promise. heretofore and hence
    heretofore harms evinced all those scars now hardened. hence the maims yet needing to be done

    and while past folly seemed to lack wherewithal, it does seem choice and purpose were diminished
    or admonished. or something. so, we march towards perverse fealty and how small we’ve become

    fealty to fire-bombing nationals and nuclear and gain-of-function bets. abject vassals us, the threat
    all tones a gray edge. run from the ethereal, from that that we’ve done. run to prospects, not a one

    now you’re a forlorn wanderer staring into the abyss; behold the pale horse appearing in your midst
    a death-worshipping forever force manifesting the long; oath-takers taking cruel all that they’ve won

    behold that truth has no angle, and politics but rates of gain; blood sacrifice is thus answer and result
    perpetual servitude the main. as you wish. all and every weapon now upon you. enemy of the state

    No, there is a limit to the tyrant’s power,
    When the oppressed can find no justice,
    When the burden grows unbearable, he reaches
    With hopeful courage up unto the Heavens
    And seizes hither his eternal rights,
    Which there abide, inalienable,
    As indestructible as the stars themselves.

    – From “The Rütli Oath” by Friedrich Schiller, 1759 – 1805

  2. Carmel McCormack

    ‘Global difficulties for insurers due to vaccines

    Actuaries have been warning that rising claims will be eroding the capital which insurers set aside to avoid insolvency. Notably, older people do not take out life insurance, which means that the claims have been from younger clients. Insurers say that they expect a rise in excess deaths.

    According to Alex Berenson, the risk of injury or death from the jab is exceptionally high judging from Canadian data.

    The refusal to pay for a vaccine-related death may not be surprising since globally the life insurance industry has been hit with reported claims of $5,5 billion in the first nine months of 2021 versus $3,5 billion for the whole of 2020, according to insurance broker Howden.

    Dutch insurer Aegon, with two-thirds of its business in the US, said its American claims in the third quarter were $111 million, up from $31 million a year earlier.’
    https://worldfreedomalliance.org/au/news/life-insurer-refuses-to-cover-vaccine-death/

  3. Carmel McCormack

    Look what’s in the pipeline?!
    “An international treaty on pandemic prevention and preparedness”
    ‘On 1 December 2021, the 194 members of the World Health Organization (WHO) reached consensus to kickstart the process to draft and negotiate a convention, agreement or other international instrument under the Constitution of the World Health Organization to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response.

    An intergovernmental negotiating body will now be constituted and hold its first meeting by 1 March 2022 (to agree on ways of working and timelines) and its second by 1 August 2022 (to discuss progress on a working draft). It will then deliver a progress report to the 76th World Health Assembly in 2023, with the aim to adopt the instrument by 2024.’
    https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/policies/coronavirus/pandemic-treaty/

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