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CIA Connections on COVID; Conscription Makes a Comeback in Europe

A report links the CIA to COVID-19 vaccine production, UK PM proposes mandatory national service, and European countries reconsider conscription amid rising geopolitical tensions, highlighting the intricate nexus of health, security, and governance.

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In a development that has raised eyebrows and sparked discussions, a report has emerged suggesting a complex web of connections between the CIA and the production of COVID-19 vaccines. According to the report, Moderna’s vaccine production was outsourced to National Resilience, a company with alleged ties to the CIA, FDA, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This revelation has led to scrutiny over the relationships between government agencies, private sector entities, and their influence on public health initiatives. The report also highlights the involvement of various stakeholders in the biopharmaceutical sector, suggesting a convergence of interests that spans across cybersecurity, biological warfare, and vaccine production.

On the geopolitical front, the UK’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced a bold move to introduce mandatory national service for 18-year-olds, should he be re-elected. This policy, aimed at bolstering national security and fostering a sense of civic duty among the youth, comes at a time when tensions between NATO and Russia are escalating. The proposal includes a 12-month rotation with the armed forces or engagement in community work, reflecting a broader trend among Western nations to prepare their populations for potential conflicts. This initiative is part of a larger narrative of increasing military readiness and unity in the face of perceived threats, particularly from Russia.

Echoing the UK’s stance, several European countries are revisiting the idea of compulsory military service. Nations like Germany, Sweden, and Denmark are exploring or implementing policies to bolster their military ranks through conscription, with some considering it as a form of community service. This shift is largely attributed to the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which has prompted a reassessment of military preparedness and the role of citizens in national defense. The reintroduction of conscription across Europe signifies a growing concern over regional security and the need for a robust response to geopolitical challenges.


Explosive Report Reveals CIA Connections to Moderna’s COVID Vaccine Manufacturing

Moderna’s Covid vaccine was manufactured by a government contractor with close connections to the CIA, FDA and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, according to a bombshell report.

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UK’s Sunak Proposes Mandatory Conscription for 18-Year-Olds Amid Escalating Ukraine Conflict

“Rishi Sunak has vowed to introduce mandatory national service for 18-year-olds if he is re-elected, in his first major policy announcement since the start of the election campaign earlier this week,” Financial Times has reported.

Source | Submitted by AaronMcKeon

Conscription Making a Comeback in Europe

While several countries are reintroducing compulsory military service, some EU politicians would welcome a uniform reintroduction across the EU.

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