The Covid Network

by | Sep 24, 2021

2021 09 24 06 23

A German IT project manager, who wishes to remain anonymous, has spent months creating an extensive and unique network document, labeled “The COVID Network Complex”.

For the first time, it shows you the complex network of relationships between non-governmental organizations (NGOs), companies, documents, and people.

There are 6,500 objects and over 7,200 links, including the financial flows, and in parts also the amounts that have flowed.

Only publicly available sources were used in the analysis.

Table of contents of “The COVID Network Complex” analysis

In the case of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, you can already see on page 4 of the document that this foundation spent around 43 billion dollars in the period from 1994 to 2021 in the USA alone and distributed around half a billion in funds in Germany during this period.

The dossier is 170 pages long.

First, you will get some general information about people from government agencies, companies, and non-governmental organizations, as well as some important events or groups. Further on in this document, you will find a link analysis of these “stakeholders”.

The dossier can be download in PDF format here:

https://dtv.to/2XJUolb

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About Steven Woskow

Steve Woskow is an entrepreneur and was President of Agtech Products, Inc., a research and development company specializing in animal agriculture. He has a Ph.D. in Nutrition and Food Science from Iowa State University. He is retired and lives with his family in Northern Nevada.

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