“We will have a world government, whether you like it or not. The only question that arises is whether this world government will be established by consensus or by force.” James Warburg, speaking before the US Senate, February 17, 1950.
“In searching for the new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. In their totality and in their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which demands the solidarity of all peoples. But in designating them as the enemy, we fall into the trap about which we have already warned, namely mistaking symptoms for cause. All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changing attitudes and behaviors that they can be overcome. The real enemy, then, is humanity itself.” The First Global Revolution, Council of the Club of Rome, 1991
The caduceus, or staff of Hermes, is a short staff entwined by two serpents, sometimes surmounted by wings, which has its origins in Greco-Egyptian mythology. How this symbol, which represented commerce throughout most of antiquity and the classical period, ever came to be associated with modern medicine, is a mystery. It does however seem kind of fitting at a time when humanity finds itself in the grip of two seemingly disparate but very much intertwined narratives, each crafted for the purpose of social control.
Dire warnings from the COP26 summit may even come as a welcome distraction to those suffering from long term Covid fatigue, until one realises that the modern pharma cartel and the fossil fuel oligarchy are two sides of the same coin, two serpents wrapped around the same staff. Not only are most modern pharmaceutical products petrochemical based, they are owned and controlled by the same oligarchs. It is this oligarchy which now wants to radically re-engineer human society; or rather, is well into implementing the final stages of a 50 plus year plan toward that end.
There I go talking about conspiracies again. Well, if you count the many publications of international foundations, intergovernmental panels, NGOs and think-tanks as ‘conspiracy theories’, and fail to understand how governments are tasked with implementing these policies through supranational forums like the G20 (What was Bill gates doing there? Is he a ‘world leader’ now?) and COP26, then you should probably stop reading now. But before you go, consider the following. Before being appointed to the role of Australia’s Health Minister in January 2017, the embarrassingly incompetent Greg Hunt held the Environment portfolio from 2013. Previous to this he had served as Director of Strategy at the WEF. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
When Boris Johnson says “I’ll be asking world leaders to take action on coal, cars, cash and trees – to keep alive the prospect of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees”, what he is really saying is that our entire mode of social organisation is about to undergo radical change, because ‘climate change’. Can you see how the ‘climate change’ and ‘pandemic’ narratives intertwine to catch us all in a pincer movement? What if I told you that the same strategy which has been tested in the context of a manufactured health crisis is about to be deployed against the ‘climate crisis’ which the elites have been harping on about for decades?
Does anyone even notice that the people warning us about an impending climate catastrophe are the same ones who are eagerly blowing the tops off mountains in search of rare earth minerals to power their vast arrays of cloud computers and interconnected devices? Is anyone slightly concerned that the people warning us about a global health crisis are now searching out the most remote indigenous tribes on earth in order to ‘immunise’ them against something they’d likely never come in contact with in the first place? Hint: If we were facing a real pandemic, would they really be sacking doctors and nurses left right and centre for refusing to take an experimental gene therapy? If our health mattered in the slightest to them, would they really be promoting GMO corn and synthetic meat over organics? If they really cared about ‘sustainability’, would they be promoting electric cars powered by lithium batteries that need to be topped up by diesel generators?
“The architecture of the global financial system has been transformed to deliver net zero. We now have the essential plumbing in place to move climate change from the fringes to the forefront of finance so that every financial decision takes climate change into account.” former Bank of England governor Mark Carney.
“If we don't vaccinate the whole world, it will come back to haunt us and hurt us in the form of new variants.” Christine Lagarde, President, European Central Bank
When former Bank of England governor says we have to move ‘climate change’ ‘to the forefront of finance’, and when the current president of the European Central Banks says it’s imperative that we ‘vaccinate the world’, you can bet that it’s probably not about climate, and it’s probably not about a pandemic.
Why is Johnson asking leaders to take action on cash? Seriously, what does getting rid of cash have to do with saving the planet? What he is really talking about is setting up a completely new financial infrastructure for the economic domination of nature. What he is really talking about is the repudiation of national sovereignty over over nature, particularly in the global south. What he is really talking about is defining human and natural capital as asset classes under a new global financial system.
If you can manage to look past the theatrical smoke and mirrors, you’ll see that what is happening right now, before our eyes, is like nothing we have seen before in human history. Capital is being redefined. Money as both a medium of exchange and a store of value is going away, to be replaced by a social credit system. Individual property rights are being abrogated. The very definition of personhood is about to change as the technological and the organic are merged into one. This is a social engineering project on a god-like scale, and let’s be absolutely clear about this - the gods of our age are far from benevolent beings of love and light.
In recent years vaccine manufacturers like Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline have paid out BILLIONS in civil and criminal fines for making false and misleading claims about the safety of their products. The fines, tho seemingly astronomical, represent a small percentage of the total revenues of these corporate behemoths. Having to pay out few billion for causing death and injury to tens of thousands is just the cost of doing business. Let’s be clear. Pfizer and GSK are not in the business of healthcare. Rather their business is supplying products to the healthcare industry.
The first responsibility of any corporation is to its shareholders. Obviously it helps when major shareholders also hold positions within regulatory bodies, more so when corporate lobby groups pay handsomely into the election campaigns of the government officials who sign off on legislation approving their products. Ever wondered why vaccine manufacturers have indemnity against vaccine injury? Now you know.
Vaccines are big business. Big, big business. And promoting them has no more to do with ‘philanthropy’ than does making repeated visits to Jeffrey Epstein’s Pedo Island aboard the Lolita Express. The people pushing these products are not philanthropists. They are capitalists who hold a monopoly over public health through regulatory capture.
Cretins like Gates are allowed to operate in close proximity to the highest echelons of power. They are not the rulers of this world, but they are well above the ranks those whom the public perceive as their rulers. Make no mistake, politicians are just the shoe shine boys of the ruling elites. I’m speaking of the 150 or so people who collectively own most of the world’s land and resources and have more than half of the world’s money supply stashed away in offshore tax havens, while half the global population lives on $2 a day or less.
Class is a relationship of power. For some reason humans seem to tolerate their societies being organsised as hierarchies, with rich and powerful ‘leaders’ at the top. I suppose this has worked reasonably well historically, at least when the rulers also bore some manner of accountability; when in cases of famine, or failed military strategy; when conditions became too harsh for the toiling masses, or when they were perceived as being particularly unfair, they could easily lose their seats, or even their heads. Not so much today. Today hierarchy has fortified itself into something invincible.
The state and its institutions exist to protect the right of private ownership. But let’s be clear. Owning half a dozen golf courses and a chain of hotels does not make you a member of the ruling class. Even the world’s wealthiest – Gates, Musk, Bezos etc, do not get to play in that league. The real controllers of our world, the ones ultimately pulling the strings, are the big property holders -- don’t think too long or hard about that one -- and those who control the money supply.
The economic system which we call capitalism has served these elites well over the last 400 years or so, as an engine of growth. It has helped to build, in Adam Smith’s words, the wealth of nations; Nations which have now themselves become awkward anachronisms, embarrassing throwbacks to the age of benevolent kings; Nations which, as the ultimate guarantors of civil and political rights, are now the last thing standing between us and a plan to establish a resource based scientific technocratic dictatorship in which a tiny minority of rich and powerful men will effectively enslave the rest of humanity.
It is true that capitalism depends on large scale industrial production and consumerism, which is constrained by certain physical limitations – that is to say, we live on a planet with finite resources. And yet, Amazon still sends millions of consumer products to landfill each year. We can’t simply give stuff away for free, whether it be unsold high end consumer products or basic food stuffs, else the entire system would collapse. This lesson is evidently so important that it has been enshrined in myth. Giving things away for free is communism, and we must never forget that Stalin killed a hundred bazillion people with his bare hands. Whereas capitalism has lifted millions out of poverty, so we are repeatedly told.
The point missed is that individual private ownership was never a ‘right’. It was only ever a concession. That which the state gives it can also take away, and the word on the street is that big changes are coming. You see, in the coming technological age human labour will no longer be necessary, and neither will the vast cohort of middle men working in the service sector. According to the elites, humanity has become a burden on the planet; a burden which must be eliminated, leaving just a small remnant to serve as their slaves. 500 million is the goal if you believe the inscriptions on the Georgia Guidestones, or if you take it from the mouth of CNN founder Ted Turner, "A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal."
A big problem with our perception of our world is that we have mistaken privileges conferred by authority for ‘rights’ enshrined in some body of universal and abiding law. The terms of the social contract have always been subject to change without notice. History shows that both the rules of behaviour within society and the limitations on the state's coercive power over the individual can and will be repealed at whim. This includes the right of citizens to own private property - a right which underpins the capitalism of modernity.
Seen in this context, the recent rise of sovereign citizens movements is hardly surprising. Nor are the semi-literate ramblings of various ‘common law’ advocates strewn across social media. Even the apocalyptic framing of the current situation is understandable, with many seeing parallels in biblical eschatology and iconography. All of this points to an even deeper crisis now afflicting the human psyche. Nobody knows what to believe, nor who to trust. Politicians are ruling by fiat. We can’t turn to our doctors and health professionals for advice. The law offers no remedy. We are given no choice but to comply. Many simply obey without question. Some are so brainwashed as to even show enthusiasm, shaming anyone who dares to question ‘the science’. Many submit grudgingly, while a few refuse on principle. Very few seem to understand what is happening to us, let alone why it is happening.
MEP Christine Anderson spelled it out last week when she addressed a press conference themed around “Defending fundamental rights by opposing the misuse of Digital Green Certificates”. “No one grants me freedom, for I am a free person.”, said Anderson, which gets to the nub of the matter. This is an affirmation of universal inalienable rights; an affirmation of natural law. Such rights are not conferred by the sate, they simply are. That the state now seeks to impugn these rights speaks to just how dire our present situation is.
The Great Reset is not just a financial reset. It is a total transformation of our world and our place within it. It is a reset of social relations, of property relations, and of individual civil and political rights. It will be achieved either through consensus, or through force.
Today they want to stick their gene serum in your arm against your will and tell you it’s for the greater good. If you refuse they’ll tell you you’re not allowed to work or travel, can’t see your family, can’t go to the pub. Tomorrow it’ll be your kids. Then they’ll raise the cost of fuel or cancel your driver’s license and tell you it’s to reduce carbon emissions. Then they’ll make you eat grasshoppers and ‘lab-grown’ synthetics because meat production is killing the planet. Then they’ll clear out your bank account and give you a digital ID and a universal basic income. Don’t want the ID? Good luck trying to buy food or finding somewhere to live.
The rulers of this world have made their designs perfectly clear. They want absolute and total control over all ‘carbon’ on the planet. That is a sciency way of saying every last thing on earth, living and non-living. That includes you. If bodily autonomy is not the hill you are prepared to die on, then what will it take? How far are you willing to let them go? At what point will you stand your ground and say enough is enough?
What will it take for people to see that the real danger we face is not climate change or coronavirus, but rather the machinations of an all-powerful rapacious oligarchy? At the moment humanity still has the upper hand. All it will take to bring their plans to a standstill is mass non-compliance. All we have to do is collectively voice a loud and resounding ‘no’, or even a polite ‘no thank you’. However, to quote Professor Schwab, we have a ‘narrow window of opportunity’ in which to do so.