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German car makers defy pandemic

Germany’s auto makers have announced vehicle sales are up in 2021, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a sluggish economy. The most growth has come from electric vehicles (EVs), for which demand has skyrocketed.

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Sinovac in Indonesia – Inoculated Doctors Die

TrialSite recently showcased what appears to be mounting safety issues with Sinopharm’s COVID-19 vaccine. Half-owned by the Chinese government, it’s one of a few controversial vaccines from China. Now doctors in the Southeastern Asian nation of Indonesia are dying after being vaccinated with CoronaVac, another COVID-19 vaccine developed by China’s Sinovac.

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Unemployed

BEE isn’t working, so scrap it

The recent upheaval in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng underscores an unmistakable truth: far from uplifting black South Africans and putting them on a par with their wealthier white compatriots who benefited from apartheid, over two decades of social engineering under the guise of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and related racial policies have produced dismal outcomes.

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Are the ‘Unvaccinated’ the Reason the Pandemic Isn’t Ending?

Recently, Laura Ingraham had Yale University epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch, a contributor to TrialSite News, as well as researcher and author Alex Berenson on her show to discuss taking an honest look at the trends behind breakthrough COVID-19 cases, or fully-vaccinated individuals who become infected with COVID-19, and also the growing call for more lockdowns and the use of masks.

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Looting

The Looting and Destruction

The full account of the destruction from last week’s violent unrest is still unknown. What is clear is that the recovery will not be easy for a country locked into poor policies, low growth, and high unemployment.

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