“The New World Order is a diabolical plan created by the financial elite in order to destroy the national sovereignty of the governments of the world through economic blackmail and world conflict with the goal of enslaving humankind in a One World Fascist Dictatorship / Government…”
‘The Great Reset’: World leaders to harness COVID and pursue ‘sinister’ climate agenda
World Health Organization GPMB mission statement/World Economic Forum Agenda
Was the corona crisis a planned trigger?
Check out this shocking reveal on page 10 of World Health Organization’s GPMB mission statement. Decide for yourself:
Key statements listed are here:
The United Nations (including WHO) conducts at least two system-wide training and simulation exercises, including one for covering the deliberate release of a lethal respiratory pathogen.
WHO develops intermediate triggers to mobilize national, international and multilateral action early in outbreaks, to complement existing mechanisms for later and more advanced stages of an outbreak under the IHR (2005)
This looks a lot like Agenda 21 tactics
New World Order, here’s an excellent reference:
Chinese Virologist Reveals Coronavirus Cover Up by CCP – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
Check out OCLA (Ontario Civil Liberties Association’s) appeal to WHO to renounce mask mandates…see the negative responses they received from Ontario Health ministers
WEF (World Economic Forum) Agenda
Check out WEF Elitist agenda to rule world with one government:
–World economic forum policies for covid. Looks like a setup to me:
“…The International Monetary Fund says the global economy now faces its worst downturn since the Great Depression, and Oxfam International has warned that half a billion people could be pushed into poverty as a result of the unfolding crisis. Around the world, desperate efforts are underway to contain what has become a profoundly disruptive outbreak.”
>>Hmmn very odd, considering we are looking at regular flu deaths per millions
The Media’s role during covid19
“… Another big challenge facing media outlets as they cover COVID-19 is the set of unintended consequences of constant exposure to sometimes inaccurate views and information – often referred to as the “infodemic.” Concerns have also been raised about people’s mental health as they steadily consume negative news while making disruptive lifestyle adjustments – like working from home and limiting social interaction due to shelter-in-place measures. One survey of Chinese citizens conducted relatively early in the pandemic found that social media exposure was significantly associated with depression and anxiety. Meanwhile irresponsible media coverage has been blamed for fuelling racist assaults on people of Chinese origin, for being potential carriers of a “Chinese” disease. Perhaps the most difficult challenge facing the media is the need to communicate in a way that restores faith in scientific institutions, amid a constant barrage of misinformation related to everything from the concept that exposure to sunlight or cleaning products can prevent COVID-19, to the notion that it does not affect young people. Disseminating such ideas could severely undermine official public health recommendations, and put the public at greater risk.”
>>Yep, we got stop all those whistleblowers from telling us the truth of how they’re trying to scam us with this ‘plandemic’
“…Nationalist backlash has made effective global governance more difficult, and more necessary
“The widespread resurgence of nationalist and populist politics has raised serious questions about the future viability of global governance. This troubling trend is at least in part a result of backlash against globalization – against both the economic and social dislocations it has created, and those for which it is unfairly blamed. Populist movements generally express scepticism of perceived elites, and profess to having faith in the wisdom of ordinary people. Yet, paradoxically, they also tend to have an authoritarian bent and a belief in a strong leader able to mobilize the masses. Timely examples of successful populist movements include US President Donald Trump’s election campaign, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s consolidation of political authority in Turkey. Such movements typically appeal to those people who are particularly worried about threats to their social status due to the actual or feared loss of a job, or to those troubled by immigration and changing cultural mores; in other words, people who feel especially vulnerable to exactly the kinds of changes unleashed by globalization.”
>>Ok, so now we get to the real reason why they are railing against populists like Trump. He doesn’t fit into their plan for global governance.
“A wider range of actors is engaging in global governance, though not all are benign
“International relations is not only about relations between nations. While sovereign countries remain central actors on the world’s political stage, a host of non-state and transnational actors have inserted themselves into discussions about global governance. Digitalization has reduced communication costs such that businesses, for example, can more easily organize themselves globally and adopt global issues and concerns, while even relatively small civil society groups can connect across borders in order to tackle issues with an international scope. It has become increasingly clear that problems like the negative effects of climate change, heavy flows of migration as refugees flee from armed conflict and economic hardship, a lack of adequate health care in less developed regions, and the depletion of natural resources cannot be adequately addressed within national borders – giving actors previously concerned only with local issues a greater incentive to engage with global governance.
“These transnational actors include corporations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), city governments, philanthropic organizations, and trade associations. Some have become extraordinarily influential, such as the Gates Foundation, thanks to its work on solving global health problems, or the C40 network of cities, due to its work related to addressing climate change. Meanwhile multinational corporations often boast annual revenue that is larger than the size of many countries’ GDPs, and large NGOs often have more delegates at international meetings than some medium-sized nations. As the capability of these actors sometimes outweighs that of nation states, it lends them decisive roles in resolving global issues. Their contributions do not necessarily come at the expense of government influence, but they have fundamentally reshaped notions about who matters in world politics. Increasingly, though, transnational actors also include dangerous entities like organized crime syndicates, terrorist networks and paramilitary organizations. Such organizations have benefited from financial globalization and digitalization, and have developed sophisticated communications strategies and clandestine, cross-border networks that can be difficult to track and confront. Particularly in those parts of the world with fragile or corrupt state organizations, these transnational entities can exploit weak governance and evade law enforcement.”
>>Yep, much thanks to the Gates Foundation for its work on solving global health problems. No conflict of interest here…And damn those other folks that include ‘corrupt state organizations’ that seek to capitalize on financial globalization and digitalization and who are difficult to ‘track and confront’. Guess we won’t mention the violent BLM movement that swept through US to whom WEF advocates like Soros make generous donations. They wouldn’t be anything like the ‘terrorist networks’ mentioned above that go around looting cities and beating and killing innocent people.
Follow up links:
The Global Health Mafia Protection Racket
Dangerous Marxist leaders call for ‘The Great Reset’ to destroy capitalism
How they pulled off the pandemic | David Icke
Connecting the dots: Why they’re doing this
The Committee of 300: Schwab, Gates, Soros, Rockefellers, Rothschilds …