The Great Reset

10/31/2020

“A global plan called the Great Reset is underway. Its architect is a global élite that wants to subdue all of humanity, imposing coercive measures with which to drastically limit individual freedoms…Behind the world leaders who are the accomplices and executors of this infernal project, there are unscrupulous characters who finance the World Economic Forum and Event 201, promoting their agenda.”  – Carlo Maria Viganò, archbishop of the Catholic Church

 

A number of you have asked about the Great Reset which I have written about several times recently (see the list of articles below). It’s apropos since the cover story on the upcoming issue of Time Magazine is…you guessed it, The Great Reset. Justin Haskins, the editorial director of The Heartland Institute, says that one of the objectives of The Great Reset is “to advance socialist ideals, including the destruction of capitalism and individual rights.”

Here’s a thumbnail sketch, then, of The Great Reset:

The Great Reset is the agenda of the World Economic Forum which is the mouthpiece of the global ruling elite. The World Economic Forum meets once a year in Davos, Switzerland. Their objective is total world control through totalitarian government.

The political conflict in the world is the result of the masses (nationalists) challenging the despotic grip of the elite (globalists).  Brexit was the first shoe to fall in a movement that has now spread across the globe.

The COVID19 pandemic is a bioweapon which the global elite released with the help of the United Nations and China. The pandemic is an an excuse to impose totalitarian measures in the name of health concerns.

The riots and civil unrest in this country is organized and financed by the Davos crowd (the .001%), all supposedly in the name of saving democracy. That’s laughable because they don’t even believe in democracy. Doug Casey put it best when he said, “No matter the problem, the prescription of the Davos crowd is always more welfare, more warfare, more money printing, more taxes, and of course, more centralization of power into global institutions.”

Get used to it, the Great Reset will be forced on everyone…lockdowns and mandatory vaccinations will become part of the new normal.

 

Prior articles on the Great Reset:

The Dystopian Nightmare Named America, The Sequel                                                       Riots Aren’t About Social Justice and Covid19 Is Not About Your Health                            From Davos, With Love                                                                                                 The October Surprise, The Trilogy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pop quiz hotshot. What does Brexit, the Yellow Vest Movement and Donald Trump have in common?  The answer: Civil War.

In England, the British voted to have their country exit from the EU (Brexit). However, the Parliament and the British establishment have so far refused to let that happen.  Why?  Because they are aligned politically with the EU.

Comment:  Strange how Parliament called for the Brexit referendum and then when the election results didn’t suit them, they reversed course. Sure sounds like treason to me.

 

In France, the citizenry are in open revolt (the Yellow Vest Movement) against Emmanuel Macron and his government.  They thought that they were a free country.  After all, what was the French Revolution for? Didn’t it give them freedom from the ruling class?

Comment: Apparently not according to Macron, who told the French that, “nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.” So, now over 200 years later the revolution continues.

 

In America, Donald Trump rode into power on the back of a wave of citizen dissatisfaction with their government.  Yet, two years into his presidency, he has been unable to fulfill many of his campaign promises. He can’t even get a little wall built.

Comment:  Well, apparently the Wall hasn’t been built because it’s immoral. As for the rest, the Deep State is ensconced on both sides of the Potomac (aisle).

 

There’s one other thing that England, France and the United States have in common politically.  They are all ruled by the triumvirate of The Vatican, the City of London and Washington D.C.  Bottom line: The powers that be will try to keep England in the EU by any means necessary.  Civil War rules the day.

 

 

“Our plutocracy, whether the hedge fund managers in Greenwich, Connecticut, or the Internet moguls in Palo Alto, now lives like the British did in colonial India: ruling the place but not of it. If one can afford private security, public safety is of no concern; to the person fortunate enough to own a Gulfstream jet, crumbling bridges cause less apprehension, and viable public transportation doesn’t even compute. With private doctors on call and a chartered plane to get to the Mayo Clinic, why worry about Medicare?” – Mike Lofgren, The Deep State: The Fall of the Constitution and the Rise of a Shadow Government

 

Political rhetoric has really gotten to the point where no one is listening anymore, if in fact they ever were.  Everyone seems to have an opinion about why things have deteriorated so much in just the last two years.  Some blame the activists while others blame the rich, white men.  Everybody blames somebody else (never themselves) and compromise is strictly a thing of the past.

Traditionally, the political groups were generally split into two camps, liberals and conservatives. Of course, some people were liberal, on say social issues, and conservative on economic issues.  Thus, the lines were often blurred. However, these labels have become increasingly meaningless in today’s political landscape.  What could have caused such a sea change?

In just the last two years, there has been a growing trend in the election of populist world leaders including Giuseppe Conte (Italy), Viktor Orban (Hungary) and Roumen Radev (Bulgaria).  In addition, there was the Brexit vote in England to leave the EU.

What has been playing out on the world stage is an awakening of the masses against being governed by unelected bureaucrats (globalists).  The result has been the election of populists (nationalists) who put their countries first. A version of that has taken place in this country with the election of Donald Trump (a nationalist) over Hillary Clinton (essentially, a globalist).

Over time, empires rise and fall and ideologies come and go. Elections do have consequences, after all.  However, the transition from one ideology to another is often chaotic.  In this case, populism and globalism are mutually exclusive ideas. That is, they cannot co-exist.  Hang on, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

 

“If supranational forms of sovereignty are to be real, they can’t tolerate the ongoing existence of national sovereignty.” –  Dr. Samuel Gregg, author