• WEF Agenda Contributor Greta Thunberg Calls For ‘Overthrow of Whole Capitalist System’
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    WEF Agenda Contributor Greta Thunberg Calls For ‘Overthrow of Whole Capitalist System’ #WEF #WorldEconomicForum #GretaThunberg #CapitalistSystem #Capitalism
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    WEF Agenda Contributor Greta Thunberg Calls For ‘Overthrow of Whole Capitalist System’
    Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is now calling for “the overthrow of the whole capitalist system”, blaming capitalism for “colonialism, imperialism, oppression, genocide”, and“racist, oppressive extractionism”. Thunberg, who is an official agenda contributor of the World Economic Forum, made the remarks during an appearance at London’s Royal Festival Hall on Sunday to promote her new ‘Climate Book’. Nicholas Harris
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  • The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder.
    Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC.
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    The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder. Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC. https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
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  • The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder.
    Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC.
    https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
    The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder. Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC. https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
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  • The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder.
    Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC.
    https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
    The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder. Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC. https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
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  • The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder.
    Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC.
    https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
    The Innovation Ecosystems' Builder. Where do we begin? The SAP Next-Gen Innovation Network is the best place to start. This platform of business incubators, universities, SAP customers, start-ups, and venture capitalists ensures, that “driving innovation with purpose in the era of ecosystems” will lead to a new culture of collaboration across companies. Since the beginning of Deepa Gautam-Nigga's professional career in a start-up 20 years ago – with stops at Infor, Microsoft, and SAP – she is dealing with platform economy and all its aspects G2Market of new business models. She is also the founder of SAP's first mentoring program dedicated to female founders, Ambassador for GDW in Munich and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of Schmitz Cargo Bull's Venture Builder kubikX and of Earlybird VC. https://curaze-dev.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/photos/4/Slider%2040over40/22.jpg
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  • The infighting in the right is being caused by the stupids (RINOs), they need to go back to the left. I don't need them causing problems at a later date. Why did the former Soviet Union Fall? It's because they had all the Capitalists mixed in with their own, and couldn't tell the difference between the enemy and friendlies.

    This is why I differentiate myself from the right, and I call myself for what I am, a Libertarian. The fake conservatives or former Dems should do the same.
    The infighting in the right is being caused by the stupids (RINOs), they need to go back to the left. I don't need them causing problems at a later date. Why did the former Soviet Union Fall? It's because they had all the Capitalists mixed in with their own, and couldn't tell the difference between the enemy and friendlies. This is why I differentiate myself from the right, and I call myself for what I am, a Libertarian. The fake conservatives or former Dems should do the same.
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  • Pawns in the Game PDF

    The
    lnternational Communists, and the International Capitalists, (both
    of whom have totalitarian ambitions) have temporarily joined
    hands to defeat Christian-democracy. The cover design shows that
    all moves made by the International Conspirators are directed by
    Satan and while the situation is decidedly serious it is definitely not
    hopeless. The solution is to end the game the International
    Conspirators have been playing right now before one or another
    totalitarian-minded group impose their ideas on the rest of
    mankind. The story is sensational and shocking, but it is
    educational because it, is the TRUTH.
    Pawns in the Game PDF The lnternational Communists, and the International Capitalists, (both of whom have totalitarian ambitions) have temporarily joined hands to defeat Christian-democracy. The cover design shows that all moves made by the International Conspirators are directed by Satan and while the situation is decidedly serious it is definitely not hopeless. The solution is to end the game the International Conspirators have been playing right now before one or another totalitarian-minded group impose their ideas on the rest of mankind. The story is sensational and shocking, but it is educational because it, is the TRUTH.
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  • I approve this message! Time to conduct a purge in this nation of all the subversive elements. All marxists of any stripe, all criminal elements, all the crony capitalists, all the corrupt politicians...ALL OF THEM. Put them in the same gulags they intend for us. Time for a purge of this country that would make Stalin blush
    I approve this message! Time to conduct a purge in this nation of all the subversive elements. All marxists of any stripe, all criminal elements, all the crony capitalists, all the corrupt politicians...ALL OF THEM. Put them in the same gulags they intend for us. Time for a purge of this country that would make Stalin blush
    ...This IS GREAT!!!! AS OUR SOCIETY BECOMES MORE AND MORE "BALKANIZED",......AS WE SEE HAPPENING, NOW, ....WE WILL, SOON, HAVE ALL OF THE "DEMONKKKRATS/LIBTARDS/COMMUNISTS" SURROUNDED, AND ISOLATED IN THE "CITIES (GHETTOS")!!!... WE CAN SLOWLY, THEN SUDDENLY, CUT OFF ALL OF THEIR ACCESS TO WATER, FOOD, MEDICINES, FREEDOM, AND WATCH THEM REVERT TO CANNIBALISM, AND STARVATION, AND SOON, WE WILL BE FREE OF THEM AND THEIR EVIL!!!!.... https://www.bitchute.com/video/0FhZbDrfQCg
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  • Woke Capitalists Protecting Allies In The CCP
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    Woke Capitalists Protecting Allies In The CCP https://rumble.com/vlyetp-woke-capitalists-protecting-allies-in-the-ccp.html
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    Woke Capitalists Protecting Allies In The CCP
    Woke Capitalists Protecting Allies In The CCP
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  • Can’t Fake It ’Til You Make It in the Courtroom
    Let’s welcome back our oldest friend: a celebrity trial. Jury selection begins today for the criminal fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of shuttered Silicon Valley biotech startup Theranos. Holmes and her ex-boyfriend/business partner (we’ll unpack that in a minute) Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani could face up to 20 years in prison for perpetrating one of the biggest startup frauds in decades.
    Here’s a quick timeline for everyone who was too young or busy in the aughts:
    - 2003: At the age of 19, Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford and started Theranos with the goal of revolutionizing blood testing.
    - 2015: Theranos reached a $10 billion valuation by promising to perform 240+ tests with a single finger prick. Holmes’s net worth also grew to $4.5 billion, good enough for No. 1 on the Forbes list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women.
    - October 2015: The WSJ started digging around the company and published a bombshell investigation into Theranos, claiming that the company’s linchpin machine couldn’t really do what was promised.
    From there, investors started suing for fraud, the government yanked the company’s blood-testing license, and in September 2018, the SEC dissolved Theranos. Holmes was left with nothing but her black turtlenecks, two counts of conspiring to commit wire fraud, and 10 counts of federal wire fraud.
    Holmes’s defense will try to prove that sure, maybe she ran a highly lucrative scam for over a decade, but she didn’t know it was a scam at the time.
    - Her legal strategy is basically to throw her former partner under the bus. Her defense alleges that emotional and sexual abuse by Balwani impacted her state of mind during the time of the fraud.
    Balwani’s lawyers called the claims “deeply offensive.”
    Zoom out: Holmes started Theranos at a time when venture capitalists were throwing money at young, public-facing tech founders who used the word “disrupt” a lot. The downfall of Theranos may have briefly scared investors into looking closer at pitch decks, but it may take more than a conviction to change the Valley’s entrenched “fake it ’til you make it” mindset.
    Fall into a Theranos rabbit hole: The WSJ reporter who broke the story, John Carreyrou, wrote a riveting book about the fraud called Bad Blood. You can also listen to a podcast of the same name, or watch the documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley. — MM
    https://youtu.be/wtDaP18OGfw
    Can’t Fake It ’Til You Make It in the Courtroom Let’s welcome back our oldest friend: a celebrity trial. Jury selection begins today for the criminal fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of shuttered Silicon Valley biotech startup Theranos. Holmes and her ex-boyfriend/business partner (we’ll unpack that in a minute) Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani could face up to 20 years in prison for perpetrating one of the biggest startup frauds in decades. Here’s a quick timeline for everyone who was too young or busy in the aughts: - 2003: At the age of 19, Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford and started Theranos with the goal of revolutionizing blood testing. - 2015: Theranos reached a $10 billion valuation by promising to perform 240+ tests with a single finger prick. Holmes’s net worth also grew to $4.5 billion, good enough for No. 1 on the Forbes list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women. - October 2015: The WSJ started digging around the company and published a bombshell investigation into Theranos, claiming that the company’s linchpin machine couldn’t really do what was promised. From there, investors started suing for fraud, the government yanked the company’s blood-testing license, and in September 2018, the SEC dissolved Theranos. Holmes was left with nothing but her black turtlenecks, two counts of conspiring to commit wire fraud, and 10 counts of federal wire fraud. Holmes’s defense will try to prove that sure, maybe she ran a highly lucrative scam for over a decade, but she didn’t know it was a scam at the time. - Her legal strategy is basically to throw her former partner under the bus. Her defense alleges that emotional and sexual abuse by Balwani impacted her state of mind during the time of the fraud. Balwani’s lawyers called the claims “deeply offensive.” Zoom out: Holmes started Theranos at a time when venture capitalists were throwing money at young, public-facing tech founders who used the word “disrupt” a lot. The downfall of Theranos may have briefly scared investors into looking closer at pitch decks, but it may take more than a conviction to change the Valley’s entrenched “fake it ’til you make it” mindset. Fall into a Theranos rabbit hole: The WSJ reporter who broke the story, John Carreyrou, wrote a riveting book about the fraud called Bad Blood. You can also listen to a podcast of the same name, or watch the documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley. — MM https://youtu.be/wtDaP18OGfw
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