Leslie Wexner’s Young Global Leaders

Leslie Wexner’s Young Global Leaders

In this excerpt from her upcoming book, Whitney examines the Wexner Foundation’s origins and the ties of Leslie Wexner’s philanthropy and Jeffrey Epstein to Harvard as well as the now infamous Young Global Leaders program of the World Economic Forum.

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Facing Up to the Crime in Progress

Facing Up to the Crime in Progress

To identify and challenge any aspect of the crime in progress, let alone the whole vile thing, makes us “extremists”, “subversives”, “cranks”, “conspiracy theorists” or even “terrorists”.

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Westerners Think They Are Free-Thinking Individualists

Westerners Think They Are Free-Thinking Individualists

In an authoritarian regime, you do what the powerful want you to do. In a Free Democracy™️, you do what you like, and it’s only by pure coincidence that what you like just so happens to always align perfectly with what the powerful want you to do.

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Groupthink: We are all victims

Groupthink: We are all victims

The more amiability and esprit de corps among the members of a policy-making in-group, the greater is the danger that independent critical thinking will be replaced by groupthink, which is likely to result in irrational and dehumanizing actions directed against out groups.

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Killing terrorists is no substitute for strategy

Killing terrorists is no substitute for strategy

The long exercise in hunting down terrorist groups has been a diversion from the core responsibilities of statecraft: defining one’s relationship to other countries in a way that maximises the security and prosperity of the nation.

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The Rise of the New Normal Reich

The Rise of the New Normal Reich

Using clever tactics like censorship and attacks on people’s reputations and credibility, those in control are moving toward taking away something that’s essential in a free society — dissent.

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Glyphosate Crosses Blood-Brain Barrier

Glyphosate Crosses Blood-Brain Barrier

Taken together, the results demonstrate a correlation between glyphosate exposure and classic symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, though the authors stress that much more work will be required before a causative link can be established.

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Rutherford Institute Challenges Texas Anti-Boycott Law

Rutherford Institute Challenges Texas Anti-Boycott Law

Anti-BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) laws restrict government funds being paid to persons or entities who boycott Israel or take any action intended to penalize or inflict economic harm on Israel, such as by giving speeches or sponsoring protests against Israel.

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