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Birgit Buenger (call her Bridget!) has been analysing the world for decades. More specifically, she has been peeling back the layers of any sleep disorder. What Sleep Wants, the book, is coming out once funding is cleared. Sleep disorders are not as mysterious we think, neither are treatment options with few exceptions! There is so much more than meets the eye! Same goes for Globalism and world politics. That needs to be reviewed, too. Any step forward helps prevent a disaster, looking at the World Economic Forum, etc., the writing is on the wall.

Huh. Is the German Liberal Party (FDP) triggering early elections in Germany?

Intro: The German Liberal Party, also known as FDP, has published a program that may cause trouble, given how Social Democrats (SPD) and the Green Party would not be inclined to agree. The latter ultimately leads to the questioning whether or not the current government is viable. The extract below stems from the party’s website […]

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Germany: Update from Reiner Fuellmich – is he being silenced? What do we know?

As the world keeps seeing people being incarcerated, you may have wondered what it is that we know of Reiner Fuellmich. He is a German lawyer who takes on the German goverment on COVID. He got arrested and has spent time in prison since October last year. In my humble opinion, I needed a moment

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This is exciting. Germany’s strategic approach shut down nuclear power stations will be revealed soon. Cicero gets to analyse whether or not the government acted in the country’s best interest. Here are my questions.

Once upon a time, Germany decided to shut down it’s nuclear power stations which ended up happening last year. People, there is a cost of living crisis going on. Further to minister Robert Harbeck’s idea to switch to H2, affecting 50% of households using gas heating to convert to H2 as stated here, the following

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Germany. What do smurfs, a 16y old, and an entrepreneur have in common? Are we witnessing a repeat of what we saw in its dark times?

It looks are though something is off in Germany regarding free speech. We have two cases to analyse. If you have witnessed similar cases, do comment on X to let me know. My initial thought was to judge the people involved, when in reality, it’s probably faulty wiring with really dire consequences that literally hits

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“The World Economic Forum – a guide for the undecided – glossy or fishy?” A series – On predictive programming.

I have recently published a post that looks into the Great Reset, the World’s Economic Forums’ Young leaders, partners, “club members” as I call them and ESG. As promised, here you go with more content. For some reason, today I could not shake the hospital imagery from the London 2012 Olympics’ opening ceremony. Therefore, predictive

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The World Economic Forum – a guide for the undecided – glossy or fishy? A series

Oh the joy. The glossy world of the World Economic Forum (WEF), and what seems to be happening in the background. First and foremost, may this post provide you with insight to shape your own thoughts on the topic. This post is intentionally simplifying, we will dig deeper into topics like Agenda 2030, “You will

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Am I the only one who did not realise how much the people have already achieved against current agendas?

We have a lot to talk about. Recently, Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum, expressed concern about libertarianism. The latter means that you as a citizen, appreciate a government that actually works for its citizens and interferes as little as possible. Read “interference as little as possible as “within reason”, please 😉 There is

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What’s the deal in Germany right now – updating you on last week

As you may have heard, Germany has continuous issues that hardly are being reported on. Last, week, the this article outlined a few of them. One of the main topics are the farmers protests, that are intent on fighting for small and mid-sized businesses. The train conductors working for Deutsche Bundesbahn, are in the middle

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Klaus Schwab doesn’t like libertarians versus “We Are The People”

You will have heard about all of it. Germany, Farmers’ protests and the World Economic Forum. Yes, they are protesting, but is that really all there is to it. What is going on?   Klaus Schwab said it out loud. Libertarianism is interfering with what the world should look like. Right. Why would he say

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