Conversation with Richard Haass: “No,” the CFR members are not the architects to form a New World Order (Feb 11, 2021)

https://odysee.com/@wikiworldorder:c/Richard-Haass-on-NWO-sovereignty-and-CFR-Feb-11-2021:bhttps://www.bitchute.com/video/NTsuGy66fh9m/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UNXHQ7XioI “Richard Haass, what is your thoughts on that? Do you think that the #CFR has been an organization made up of architects to form a New World Order, and to get rid of the sovereignty of the U.S.?” Spoiler Continue reading Conversation with Richard Haass: “No,” the CFR members are not the architects to form a New World Order (Feb 11, 2021)

Klaus Schwab Says SARS-CoV-2 “Does Not Constitute an Existential Threat,” But Thank Goodness for The Great Reset

From open plans made long ago, came a year without hindsight… 2020 https://odysee.com/@wikiworldorder:c/klaus-schwab-says-covid-does-not-constitute-an-existential-threat-but-thank-goodness-for-the-great-reset:6https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIjE8wQYb5g I think Orwell was warning. But Huxley and Klaus Schwab (of the World Economic Forum) were bragging. I stumbled upon this passage 80% of the way through Continue reading Klaus Schwab Says SARS-CoV-2 “Does Not Constitute an Existential Threat,” But Thank Goodness for The Great Reset

Full Disclosure: I am biased because I…

https://odysee.com/@wikiworldorder:c/full-disclosure-i-am-biased-because:5https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qCRZvT6LC4 Full Disclosure: I am biased because I… Love the scientific method,especially when used for controlled, transparent, reproducible experiments. But I might only trust my life with the meta-analysis of empirical evidence. Do not consent to authoritarian governments,including demands to Continue reading Full Disclosure: I am biased because I…

CDC Expected vs Excess Deaths — “Dry Tinder” Hypothesis Estimates for Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. as a Whole

https://odysee.com/dec-9-cdc-expected-vs-excess-deaths-dry-tinder-hypothesis-estimates-maryland-pennsylvania-us:12e3f2ccb1ecc826e1fba570c1fce54c0e5600c8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mvd7_nczkjE When I was digging through CDC data in October, I very much wanted to work with their numbers for their weekly “threshold for excess deaths”. That is the orange line on their excess deaths graph with Weekly number of Continue reading CDC Expected vs Excess Deaths — “Dry Tinder” Hypothesis Estimates for Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. as a Whole

Oct 21, Maryland-Centric COVID-Related Mortality Rankings

It would be very nice if I had a lot more time — or if the professional media and health departments published regular reports with the deeper data context that I need to make potentially life-and-death decisions. But I’m finally Continue reading Oct 21, Maryland-Centric COVID-Related Mortality Rankings

Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1

This is a followup to my efforts over the summer… Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment. Voicemail Message Transcript Hello, This is Morgan Lesko, my phone number is _-_-_, and my email address is _@_. Living most Continue reading Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1

A Few Weird Memes For 2020

I haven’t had nearly enough time this year to gathering, polish, and publish more of my explorations and thoughts on 2020. But these are other expressions of a few of my post-partisan thought~crimes. ;-p <3 Everything here free for reuse Continue reading A Few Weird Memes For 2020

Oct 15 Historical Mortality Data Update — COVID in the U.S., Maryland, D.C., Florida, Arizona

Dec 5 Update -  I finally recorded a video with a less polished talk-through of this data, as I see it: As of October 15, I have still not received any replies from Governor Hogan’s office to my formal information request Continue reading Oct 15 Historical Mortality Data Update — COVID in the U.S., Maryland, D.C., Florida, Arizona

Science Denial? Rights Denial?

I’ve never actually met any “Science Deniers” who don’t believe that such methods can increase knowledge. IMHO, greater risks stem from more numerous and influential “Rights Deniers.” [Denying risks of democide also costs countless lives most decades.] I condemn any Continue reading Science Denial? Rights Denial?

Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment

Dec 4 Update (Still No Response):Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1 Science-based policies have the awesome potential to be transparent throughout their logic, assumptions, uncertainties, and data. Societies are evolving their relationships with science, and any branches of government Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment

Revisiting Imperial Risk Assessments of COVID-19

CDC Observational Data compared with approximations of Imperial College Model Projections from March 16 On March 16, 2020, the London “Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team” led by Neil Ferguson published their “Report 9: Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce Continue reading Revisiting Imperial Risk Assessments of COVID-19

Risk Assessment Update May 10 on U.S. COVID-19 Deaths

The COVID-19 testing itself is very challenging to find certainty in. Given that most COVID-19 deaths have co-factors, the data on total reported deaths should be by far the most actionable. Data for more recent weeks is less complete. This Continue reading Risk Assessment Update May 10 on U.S. COVID-19 Deaths

Franklin D. Roosevelt on Familiar Fascism

Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United StatesMessage to Congress on Curbing Monopolies.April 29, 1938https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/message-congress-curbing-monopolies “Unhappy events abroad have retaught us two simple truths about the liberty of a democratic people. The first truth is that the liberty of Continue reading Franklin D. Roosevelt on Familiar Fascism

Democracy, International Relations Discipline, and 9/11 Truth

Cross-Posted: https://www.bitchute.com/video/HU8uB4W32NXW/https://medium.com/@wikiworldorder/democracy-international-relations-discipline-and-9-11-truth-221b01224fb2https://steemit.com/politics/@wikiworldorder/democracy-international-relations-discipline-and-9-11-truth Regarding “9/11 Truth and the Silence of the IR Discipline”David A. Hughes, First Published February 27, 2020https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0304375419898334 Bold emphasis within quotes was added by Morgan Lesko, the author of this review. “First, there is a review of the Continue reading Democracy, International Relations Discipline, and 9/11 Truth

Clade X Quotes: The Governors’ Pandemic

A couple things jumped out at me. Jamie Gorelick, playing U.S. Attorney General during Clade X pandemic exercise in May 2018… “So, Mr. Secretary you said in an earlier conversation that you thought it was a bad idea to be Continue reading Clade X Quotes: The Governors’ Pandemic

Pneumonia+Influenza+COVID-19 = Deaths Below Seasonal Average

As more experts expect pandemic “peaks” soon, I was curious about how this flu season compared to recent others in terms of deaths, since the mortality data is likely the most accurate out of all of the COVID-19 data. From Continue reading Pneumonia+Influenza+COVID-19 = Deaths Below Seasonal Average

Double-Edges of Exponential Scientism

If humans are “bad with exponential growth”, then yes, we can easily fail to detect ubiquitous real dangers in nature. But then we can also easily fail to detect false alarms from both: 1) Those who have studied and know how Continue reading Double-Edges of Exponential Scientism

Compartmentalized Conspiracies: Would Anyone Have Talked?

I wrote another essay in 2016 titled “Please Compartmentalize ‘the Viability of Conspiratorial Beliefs.’” A fan of this essay, Kim, wrote me with some followup questions, which turned into this followup essay. (These essays are cross-posted on Medium and Steemit.) Continue reading Compartmentalized Conspiracies: Would Anyone Have Talked?

SurvLoop Winter Upgrades: Cannabis PowerScore

This winter included many SurvLoop system upgrades while building out the Cannabis PowerScore. It collects information of resource efficiency from cannabis growers. This is the third installation of my SurvLoop open data management software — OpenPolice.org is coming soon, DrugStory.me Continue reading SurvLoop Winter Upgrades: Cannabis PowerScore

#FakeHistory – U.S. School Histories Falsified Through Pro-British Propaganda

Audiobook Review Cross-Posted: https://steemit.com/propaganda/@wikiworldorder/hqegxc5z Given the rising awareness of Fake News, perhaps we’re ever more ready to also be vigilant against Fake History. Our understanding of history provides the context for understanding current events, and making future decisions. “A very Continue reading #FakeHistory – U.S. School Histories Falsified Through Pro-British Propaganda

How To Install the Laravel PHP Framework on Digital Ocean

If you instead want to install Laravel on your local computer, here my previous article on how to install on a Mac: wikiworldorder.org/2016/11/26/coding-with-laravel-installing-homestead-on-a-mac/ Create Your SSH Key, If You Haven’t Already From the macOS Terminal (Applications -> Utilities) — or Continue reading How To Install the Laravel PHP Framework on Digital Ocean

Being Responsible for Our Feelings – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/03/05/being-responsible-for-our-feelings/ It is easy to blame other people for our emotions.  “He makes me so angry!  Why can’t he just pick up his shoes from the walkway!”  “She disappointed me; I thought she was going to be more Continue reading Being Responsible for Our Feelings – by Kind Communication

Reflective Listening – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/02/05/reflective-listening/ Almost every time I introduce reflective listening to couples, they groan.  “Why do I need to repeat back to my partner what they just said??  It’s so, patronizing/cumbersome/annoying.”  And yet, at least 50% of the time when Continue reading Reflective Listening – by Kind Communication

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/01/15/celebrating-martin-luther-king-jr/ “1963 is not an end, but a beginning…” Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  It is a day we celebrate this man’s legacy.  It is said that when Marshall Rosenberg was developing Nonviolent Communication he based Continue reading Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. – by Kind Communication

What’s Behind that New Year’s Resolution? – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2018/01/03/whats-behind-that-new-years-resolution/ If you are someone who makes New Year’s resolutions, New Year’s intentions, I invite you to ponder what lies behind that resolution? Let’s take a really common example…”my new year’s resolution is to lose 10, 20, 30, Continue reading What’s Behind that New Year’s Resolution? – by Kind Communication

Giving Thanks – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/11/29/giving-thanks/ For many of us today, it is too easy to fall into despair, dejection, and pessimism.  Whether it’s the current political climate, struggles with work, or stress with family around the holidays, we can find ourselves focusing Continue reading Giving Thanks – by Kind Communication

Shame – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/11/13/shame/ The most powerful emotion in the human experience is not anger, fear, or joy: its shame.  Shame is the feeling associated with beliefs that I am wrong, broken, or bad.  Physically, shame may feel like a “cold Continue reading Shame – by Kind Communication

Using NVC In the Workplace – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/10/24/using-nvc-in-the-workplace/ The workplace is rife with conflict, and yet it is an environment that is not conducive to expressing feelings and needs.  Rather than being a place where people are treated with empathy and collaboration, it is a Continue reading Using NVC In the Workplace – by Kind Communication

The Stories in Our Heads – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/10/11/the-stories-in-our-heads/ Humans are storytelling beings.  The way we make meaning of the world is by telling stories.  We see this on the large cultural scale with things like religion, science, and philosophy.  But we do this on an Continue reading The Stories in Our Heads – by Kind Communication

Dangers of Digital Communication – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/09/28/dangers-of-digital-communication/ Technology makes communication harder.  I know in a lot of ways technology helps us stay in touch with old friends, or stay connected to family that live elsewhere, or it gives us time to reflect and edit Continue reading Dangers of Digital Communication – by Kind Communication

Control: The Self-Defeating Myth – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/09/11/control-the-self-defeating-myth/ Many of us wish we could have more control over our lives.  I know I do.  I do all sorts of things that help me maintain the illusion that I am in control. And then something happens Continue reading Control: The Self-Defeating Myth – by Kind Communication

Control: The Self-Defeating Myth

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/09/11/control-the-self-defeating-myth/ Many of us wish we could have more control over our lives.  I know I do.  I do all sorts of things that help me maintain the illusion that I am in control. And then something happens Continue reading Control: The Self-Defeating Myth

Responding to Hate with Love – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/08/23/responding-to-hate-with-love/ I am seeing a lot of hatred of the other in the world right now.  The events in Charlottesville and Barcelona are clear examples of people exposing hatred towards others, so much hatred of the other that Continue reading Responding to Hate with Love – by Kind Communication

Soothing Our Fear – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/07/25/soothing-our-fear/ Fear comes in all kinds of forms.  There’s anxiety, dread, scared, panicked, worried, suspicious, and mistrustful.  All of these are different nuances to the one core experience of fear.  Fear is so powerful that subtly it drives Continue reading Soothing Our Fear – by Kind Communication

Boundaries: Essential to Happy Relationships – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/07/10/boundaries-essential-to-happy-relationships/ Boundaries are essential to happy relationships. That may seem counter-intuitive. “Aren’t happy couples always spending time together and sharing everything, and doing whatever will make their partner happy?” No. In fact, that previous sentence ought to send Continue reading Boundaries: Essential to Happy Relationships – by Kind Communication

Forgiving – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/06/26/forgiving/ There is no way to move through the world, in a healthy way, that can completely avoid hurting others or being hurt by others.  Anything short of becoming a hermit or being completely co-dependent means that we Continue reading Forgiving – by Kind Communication

Befriending Our Inner Critic – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/06/06/befriending-our-inner-critic/ Most of us have an inner critic. That’s the voice in your head that says you’re doing it wrong, or even that you’re not enough. It’s the incessant thoughts about the flaws or mistakes in something you’ve Continue reading Befriending Our Inner Critic – by Kind Communication

When You Don’t Want to Listen… – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/05/15/when-you-dont-want-to-listen/ Sometimes I find that I just don’t want to hear what the other person has to say. I’m so upset, hurt, or just disconnected that I don’t want to sit and listen. I just want to fix Continue reading When You Don’t Want to Listen… – by Kind Communication

Recommitment – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/05/01/recommitment/ Sometimes we simply don’t fulfill our promises. Despite our best efforts and intentions, we fall short of what we said we’re committed to. Closer readers of my website and blog will notice that I am committed to Continue reading Recommitment – by Kind Communication

Questioning Richard Haass About Oligarchy & Global Governance

https://odysee.com/@wikiworldinterviews:5/morgan-lesko-questions-richard-haass-about-oligarchy-global-governance-2016:1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkE48ihxmVo   I asked… If the United States is more oligarchy than democracy — or perceived that way by a Princeton study, movements like Occupy, or who knows which voters this season — is the U.S. leadership of the expansion Continue reading Questioning Richard Haass About Oligarchy & Global Governance

Deconstructing Enemy Images – by Kind Communication

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Re-posted From: http://KindCommunication.org/2017/01/30/deconstructing-enemy-images/ We are living in a time when a lot of our public, and thus our private, language projects the image of “enemy” onto other people.  This is happening on all sides of the political aisle.  Projecting an Continue reading Deconstructing Enemy Images – by Kind Communication

Free Speech, Sucker Punching Nazis, and Principles of Consistency

This is in no way a defense of any of Richard Spencer’s words or actions. I condemn him and his efforts. I also condemn violence. Cross-posted on Steemit. Like many people, to my own degree, I have felt threatened by Continue reading Free Speech, Sucker Punching Nazis, and Principles of Consistency

The Lesko Bros Raw Video Archive

Lesko Bros 1st Testimony Against Cigarette Vending Machines Morgan and Max Lesko testify in favor of Montgomery County Council bill #5-91, Tobacco Products and Vending Machines. Maryland, 1991. The Lesko Brothers describe their independently inspired and executed sting operations to Continue reading The Lesko Bros Raw Video Archive

Colin Powell: “But the intelligence community, all 16 agencies, assured us that it was right.”

Colin Powell, Sep 6, 2015: “If we had known the intelligence was wrong, we would not have gone into Iraq. But the intelligence community, all 16 agencies, assured us that it was right. My speech at the UN was based Continue reading Colin Powell: “But the intelligence community, all 16 agencies, assured us that it was right.”

James Clapper, 1/5/17: “We need a U.S. Information Agency on steroids…”

    “I’m speaking personally, this is not an institutional response. As I commented earlier to Senator McCain, I do think we need a U.S. Information Agency on steroids that deals with the totality of the information realm, and to Continue reading James Clapper, 1/5/17: “We need a U.S. Information Agency on steroids…”

Questions For Darrell, #QFD 001: The Cascade Failure of Certainty

Greetings, viewers! This is the first installment of Questions For Darrell. This episode is an exploration of humility, curiosity and flexibility, guided by a discussion about the personal beliefs that were changed due to new evidence and ideas being discovered. Continue reading Questions For Darrell, #QFD 001: The Cascade Failure of Certainty