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https://www.zerohedge.com/political/black-pastors-refuse-push-covid-vaccine-turn-african-americans-guinea-pigs High-ranking Catholics aren't the only members of the clergy sounding the alarm over COVID-19. A dozen black pastors interviewed by Reuters say they won't push new vaccines for the virus, citing concerns over its rapid development and lack of evidence for or against potential long-term effects. Bishop Elijah Hankerson III, founder and senior pastor at Life Center International, Church of God in Christ (Photo: Lawrence Bryant, Reuters) "We're concerned about it being tested on persons of color," said A.R. Bernard, the bead of a Brooklyn megachurch who declined a major healthcare organization's invitation to sit on a committee aimed at boosting vaccine acceptance within the black community in New York City. Bernard was hospitalized with the virus in March, and says he wants to "wait and see" until more information emerges on the vaccine's side effects.
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https://goldswitzerland.com/small-business-extinction-walking-dead-bonds-golden-solutions/ Regardless of one’s views as to the most realistic means of balancing human risk with economic risk, all would agree that COVID has both revealed and accelerated critical (and pre-existing) fissures in the financial landscape. The hitherto sacred tenants of free-market price discovery, fair-play capitalism and faith in elite policy guidance have each seen a dramatic fall from grace. Nowhere is this fall (and its staggering implications) more obvious than within: 1) the undeniable demise of U.S. small businesses and 2) the Frankenstein-like profile of a walking-dead bond market. Small Businesses in America—Endangered to the Point of Extinction
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