Alison McDowell

Special guest

Alison McDowell is a mother and an independent researcher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania exposing the seemy economic underbelly of the manufactured covid-19 plandemic - and what is to come: the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

What began as an effort to slow the privatization of public education in her city evolved into an investigation of globalized poverty management, euphemistically known as social impact investing. After spending several years researching predatory educational-technologies, Alison began to dig into a new form of capitalism - biocapitalism or stakeholder capitalism, where humans are transformed into data commodities.

With the coming Fourth Industrial Revolution planned out by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum, human labor is about to be replaced by artificial intelligence and robots. This creates a problem of how life can be made profitable for transnational global capital interests when the poor have no buying power and are drowning in debt. Their solution?

Human capital bond markets, but first everyone must be tagged and trackable. That's where the biometric covid health passports come in. A future of behavior scrip tied to smart city surveillance is on the horizon.

Alison McDowell has been a guest on 1 episode.