Naomi Wolf

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(author, activist)
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San Francisco, California, U.S.
Alma materYale University, New College (Oxford)
SpouseDavid Shipley
Member ofRhodes Scholar/1985
Victim ofInternet censorship
Interest of"Philip Cross", Naomi Klein
American feminist widely criticised after dissenting from a lot of official narratives, subject of hit pieces including a 416 page book by Naomi Klein.

“I am not overstating this, I can't say it forcefully enough, this is literally the end of human liberty in the West if this plan [of vaccine passports] unfolds...”
Naomi Wolf (29 March 2021)  [1]

Dr Naomi R. Wolf is an American feminist author, journalist and former political advisor to Al Gore and Bill Clinton. Wolf's career in journalism has included topics such as abortion and the Occupy Wall Street movement. Her Wikipedia article is of high interest to Philip Cross. At the beginning of March 2021, four of her social media accounts were cancelled at the same time.[2]


Naomi Wolf is highly sceptical of the US government's claims and those of other governments, leading Vox to publish an article on "The insane conspiracy theories of Naomi Wolf" which urged readers to beware of her "newer conspiracy theories, which are unhinged, damaging, and dangerous."[3]

Singapore Model

Naomi Wolf has highlighted the Singapore Economic Model, in which capitalism and consumerism are promoted but which has zero civil liberties, suggesting that global corporations are aiming to install this type of system worldwide.[4]

"War on Terror"

Wolf is highly critical of the "War on Terror", and has denounced it as a fraud. She was widely criticised for suggesting that some of the ISIS beheading videos might not have been authentic.[3]


After the 2014 Ebola event Naomi Wolf suggested that US troops may not have been sent to Liberia to help fight Ebola, but to further the aim of a "militarized Africa" and because this "creates a direct vector into the US" for Ebola.[5]

Scottish referendum

Naomi Wolf wrote to Karim Aziz of the Scottish Electoral Commission.[6]


Wolf tweeted that vaccines were a "software platform that can receive uploads" and compared Fauci to Satan. She was banned from Twitter on 6 June for "vaccine misinformation".[7]


In 2022 Naomi Klein published Doppelganger: A Trip Into the Mirror World, a 416 page criticism of Naomi Wolf, which was lauded by commercially-controlled media.

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