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Helen Buyniski: Fall of the Empire, Dark Winter Ahead, & Why NYC Won’t Recover from COVID1984

Posted on Nov 6, 2020 by in Podcast |

Helen Buyniski discusses election fraud, Big Tech censorship, why a Biden victory would be more dangerous (e.g. COVID1984 lockdown), and why neither candidate may actually want to win since they’ll be saddled with the fall of the empire. She believes Bill Gates will be true to his word and that a “Dark Winter” is further on up the road. She explains how the lockdowns are a giant asset-stripping scheme and why cities like New York will not recover.

*This interview was conducted as part of a U.S. Election Night livestream together with The Potkaars Podcast:

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Show Notes

Trump’s reign has proved the US president is merely a figurehead. Does it really matter who wins the vote?

Global Preparedness Monitoring Board 2019

Resilient Cities Concept Paper

VISA Cashless Cities Whitepaper




About Helen Buyniski

Helen Buyniski is an investigative journalist, political commentator, and photographer based in New York. She has appeared on RT, PressTV, al-Mayadeen, Progressive Radio Network, WBAI, WynwoodONE Miami Radio, Logos Radio Network, No Lies Radio, Activist Post, and Avalon.Express, among other channels. Her writing has been published in a wide variety of outlets including RT, Global Research, Ghion Journal, Aletho News, Zero Hedge, Progressive Radio Network, New Dawn Magazine, and her own website Helen has a book in the works about Wikipedia and its detrimental effects on truth, reality, and other concepts we take for granted as a species and recently contributed a chapter to When China Sneezes, an anthology edited by maverick Georgia congresswoman Cynthia McKinney about the 2019 novel coronavirus ‘pandemic’ and the global police state it is meant to usher in. Helen has a BA in Journalism from New School University and also studied at Columbia University and New York University. Follow her on Twitter at @velocirapture23.

*Podcast intro music is from the song “The Queens Jig” by “Musicke & Mirth” from their album “Music for Two Lyra Viols”: (available on iTunes or Amazon)