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Here’s a good strategy for life: Whatever official press “fact checkers” tell you to believe, just believe the opposite. It’s not right 100% of the time, but you’ll probably be right more often than if you believed them.
Over the last few weeks on this show we’ve been sounding the alarm about the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty, which is a plot to undermine the world’s elected governments with new rules and requirements in the name of fighting “pandemics.”
The treaty has gotten almost no attention here, but in Australia the politicians have been a lot more responsible. Australian member of Parliament Craig Kelly has been warning that the WHO Pandemic treaty will make Australia more like China than it already is.
NCA Newswire responded by calling this a “bizarre claim.” But fact checks do nothing to tell you the truth. They just tell you what the press has decided the official story is.
Our Australian correspondent Maria Zeee joins us to discuss.
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