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Great Reset? Why Now?

Ever since the globalist elites launched the biggest and most destructive psyop in recorded history in March 2020, the airwaves and the internet have been clogged with theories as to why they did it, and why they chose this particular time to do it. We’ve all become familiar with the term “Great Reset”, as well as concepts like “cashless society”, “social credit system”, etc. All these are, to a degree, obviously elements of what may be in store for us, and there is no question that the billionaire class wants to dramatically increase its control over all of us — as well as, apparently, to significantly reduce the number of us it has to control. But why the need for a Great Reset at all? After all, the globalist billionaires and trillionaires were doing quite well out of the system even before they pressed the nuclear button in 2020.

The short answer to that is that they felt and feel insecure, to an almost paranoid degree — as would anyone who has stolen vast wealth off billions of other human beings. And that feeling of insecurity increased dramatically since the market crash of 2008. The growth of “populism” (we plebs might call it democracy, but what do we know!) in the aftermath of the crash and bank bailouts terrified the oligarchy in a way that has only now become apparent. The “populism” of the Right scared them (think Trump, Brexit, Orban, etc.), but, I would argue, the “populism” of the Left scared them even more. Yes, I know Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn (in the UK) were more or less controlled opposition; they certainly weren’t the firebrand communists they were held up to be. Nonetheless, many of their supporters were indeed old-style communists and moreover spoke the language of old-style communism; yes, the Leftism not of the pansy New Left, which spends most of its time examining its genitalia, but of the old revolutionaries who want to take all the wealth off the rich and send them to concentration camps. Think here of the Occupy Wall Street movement, as well as the genuine open and uncontrolled anger of the general populace at the “bailing out” of banks in the wake of the 2008 disaster which left millions of working people homeless and jobless.

That the New Left is largely a creation of the billionaire and trillionaire class may come as a surprise to some, but it should not. Consider the facts: If you are one of the said super rich — a group of perhaps two to three thousand individuals which owns about 90% of the world’s wealth — your attention is naturally focused upon neutralizing the most serious threat; and that, of course, is the radical Left. How then is the threat to be managed? The major technique employed has been to co-opt the debate within the Left itself; to subtly, by means of generous funding, shift the radicals’ attention away from bread and butter issues (i.e., the right to work and the right to a decent wage) towards special interest issues (feminism, gender identity, racial issues, etc). Hence the massive funding of bodies promoting these latter by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, Bill Gates’ Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and indeed by virtually the whole of corporate America over the past few decades. This process has been pursued in coordination with the introduction of a kind of limited socialism, or, more properly, welfarism. Here the elites have worked in cooperation (mainly) with the Democratic Party in the U.S. and the Labour Party in Britain to steer the working classes away from the old slogan of the “right to work” towards demanding the right to get stuff for nothing from the state. This has had the benefit of inducing a dependency mentality within large segments of the working class (which has now become a kind of under-class), who are then less liable to challenge the existing order. It’s an old technique: The Romans — who gave us the word “dole” — called it panem et circenses; “bread and circuses”. And, taking a leaf out of the Romans’ book, the elites have not neglected the circuses part of the package. All kinds of entertainment and kicks have been made widely available, including some of the most addictive and debilitating of all, such as class A drugs (both legal and illegal), pornography, gambling, 24-hour television, social media, etc.

I do not, of course, put the blame, or credit, for all of this on a small group of obscenely rich individuals; things have perhaps been moving in this direction anyway, owing to massive changes in society brought on by advances in technology. Nonetheless, there is clear evidence that many of the most destructive developments have been actively encouraged by the elites.

Which brings us to our present situation. In a 2019 tour of universities in Europe, Steve Bannon argued that the future is (or was) populist. That populism might be right-wing or left-wing, but it would be populism. As proof of what he was saying, he pointed to the massive transfer of wealth which had occurred since the inception of “quantitative easing” by the central banks since 2008. Money-printing, and zero-interest rates, he noted, have benefited the wealthiest segments of society whilst further impoverishing the poorest. Almost none of the newly-printed money reached the working classes, while the stock-market boomed. Bannon, advisor to Trump and a known radical conservative, received an initially hostile reception in most of the campuses he visited; but the antagonistic students became invariably less so as his talks proceeded. It was clear that he was striking a sympathetic chord with the left-wing students who largely comprised his audiences.

What Bannon noted was by no means lost on the oligarchic elites. They saw the same thing. It is true, of course, that the World Economic Forum and the various other umbrella groups comprising the elites’ mouthpieces had long planned a “Great Reset” as they called it. As I mentioned earlier, possessing the kind of wealth these folks possess tends to make one a bit paranoid about losing it. So yes, there were contingency plans in place. And yes, a fake pandemic was to be the vehicle for launching the reset, which was, of course, designed to leave them in an unassailably secure position. That they chose the start of an election year which would likely see Donald Trump inaugurated for a second term is of course no coincidence. Trump himself posed very little real threat to them or their interests — other than temporarily halting the “outsourcing” of American industries to China and elsewhere, as well as erecting a few tariffs injurious to “free trade”. A slightly greater danger lay in the fact that Trump, as a radical “right-winger”, was liable to give birth to a radical left-wing opposition. But even that was not the true motive for choosing 2020. The real reason was that the American economy — and, by extension, the world economy — was by 2019 (after eleven years of massive money-printing) on the verge of collapse.

During the course of 2019 the US Federal Reserve made a couple of half-hearted attempts to raise interest rates by about a quarter of one percent. On both occasions, it led to an immediate and catastrophic collapse in value of stocks and shares. Now the rich and powerful, as well as everyone else, were facing the result of years of monetary mismanagement. The banks had brought on the collapse of 2008; instead of making them pay for their criminality, they were “bailed out” with taxpayers’ money and further rewarded for their bad behavior by the receipt of trillions of dollars of almost interest-free credit. Critics of the policy — and there were many — argued that this was simply putting a Band-Aid on the wound and that the underlying problems would re-emerge with a vengeance. Only the next time, money-printing would not work. This was a piece of ammunition already used and spent.

Essentially, then, by 2019 the world economy was on the verge of collapse. It was floating in an ocean of debt and there was no way to save it, short of crashing everything. The problem for the elites was, how to avoid taking the blame in the eyes of the public, as they had taken it in 2008? How about declaring a “pandemic”, locking down or at least greatly impairing all economic activity for two years, and blaming the resulting economic collapse on a virus?

This brings us right up to date. The massive money-printing of 2008–2019, combined with the even greater money printing of 2020–2022, is now producing the inevitable hyperinflation. The total collapse is now imminent; yet the world still functions, more or less! By this stage, the elites might have expected hundreds of millions of people to be homeless and waiting in breadlines. It hasn’t happened yet, for the simple reason that the dollar has no real competitor. The other major world currencies, such as the euro and the yuan, are in an even more parlous state than the dollar. So things carry on, sort of, for the present. Yet the collapse is indeed inevitable. So this leaves the oligarchy with the same problem it faced in early 2020: How to bring on the collapse and avoid the blame? It looks now that the COVID-hoax will not do: The whole narrative is falling apart. Furthermore, the criminal behaviour of large segments of the establishment, both in America and Europe, is becoming ever more apparent. If the collapse came tomorrow, it is likely that the populace would blame not a virus but the elites. So, the initial problem remains: How to stage a controlled crash of the economy and avoid the blame?

Frightened people do desperate things, and the elites are very frightened. One sure way to trigger the crash is to engineer a war — not a small-scale thing with a third-rate power such as Saddam Hussein’s Iraq — but a real big and dangerous war against a nuclear power; say Russia? This indeed is the way things are heading, and seems to be the only rational explanation for the West’s deliberate “ramping up” of tensions over the Ukraine in recent months. Will the elites, and their puppets in Western governments and intelligence organizations such as the CIA, dare to launch a war with Russia? I think it’s not only possible but highly likely in the next few months.

Trump Phenomenon

by Francis Miville

No, Trump would have lost anyway, even though that would have demanded more efforts from the adverse party and required more promises for centre-left New Deal style measures : the hard fact, established since beginning 2019, was that the rate of satisfaction for the Trump government was stubbornly refusing to climb beyond a 45% ceiling and this according to all opinion studies, including those conducted by Trump’s advisers themselves as well as by foreign powers such as Russia, though Trump’s grip on a certain clientele of adorers was also proved more solid than ever by the same studies.

The main reason alleged by those conducting those studies was the repoliticisation of the American opinion to levels unknown since the 1960-70’s. Trump’s nearly 50% rate of approval in 2016 could only be concomitant with a peak in cynicism resulting in normally left opinions refusing to commit themselves.

A second factor less important is that Trump, though his base had grown in absolute numbers of committed partisans, had lost a small but key part of his electorate composing 7% of his 2016 percentage, the dissident anti-zionist right who then clearly saw that Trump was Netanyahu’s alter ego, as well as traditionally democratic rustbelt voters that had tried Trump to express their rage at the DNC but were very decided to repeat the experiment and now believe only in 1960’s style insurrections to pressure the DNC. Trump had on the other hand gained more attachment among traditional Republicans who vote Republican to be on the side of money and of the love of money as expressed by Christian Zionists, but that attachment to his person on the part of cuckservatives could only fail to translate into greater numbers : after all the Republicans still remained a party vindicating the cause of (non-tech, non-brainy) big business versus labour despite a certain number of workers joining their militant ranks.

All what Trump mainly succeeded to do was to transform an electorate composed of 75% money huggers and Jew-adorers (as representatives of money) into adorers of his person, as a mirror image of those stalinist leaders who regularly succeed in transforming militant workers and union marchers into parishioners of the new cult no longer caring for their own interests. Anyway both the Republican Party and Trump’s mainstay was some art of making stupid people vote against their interests. 45 could thus not go beyond 45%.

He rather could have if he had really shown concern (albeit a purely Hollywood-style, theatrical one) for the sick right at the beginning of the pandemic and for instance never failed to show up in hospitals or street clinics to demonstrate compassion while attacking China and suspecting France of having engineered the disease, instead of golfing and ever more golfing, but Trump clearly refused to take that avenue.

The pandemic did not prevent Trump from winning : it offered him a providential opportunity to win after all, but he did everything to bungle it in as many ways as possible first by denying its existence, then by refusing to invest ressources, then by trusting only big Pharma to produce vaccines : Trump combined the worst of all positions, due to a fault of character of his own, showing that he never gave a damn. Trump really could have divided by 2 or 3 the number of deaths under his guard and place America ahead of Canada , Britain and France in sick care, but he clearly didn’t care and made no efforts to conceal it by showing off Dr. Welby on the screens.

Trump’s real intention was not to win but to gain adorers and since he clearly showed much obedience to Netanyahu and other Zionists who on the other hand had decided that one mandate was enough for him this means every went on perfectly according to the role he had pledged to play, that is to say leading his voter base he clearly despises into economic ruin and planned political defeat.

On the Scamdemic – Well Said

by HorriblyDepressed

So your case is (apparently) that it is simpler to believe that practically every government in the world is in cahoots in manufacturing a fake death toll and fake infection case numbers, than it is to believe in a virus?

It really isn’t that complicated. Our government is clearly up to no good, because people who should (and probably do) know better (like the CDC) are saying things – many things – that are demonstrably false. And everyone is singing from the same hymnal: every Western government and every mainstream news organization. So, we know that the “Narrative” is a big, fat lie. Given that the Narrative is a lie, this leaves us with two likely possibilities:

One possibility is that COVID-19 is a new, man-made, mildly dangerous, but highly contagious virus. It was designed somewhere in the West (probably the United States or Canada). It was released in Wuhan (a major transportation hub in China) and timed to reach peak reproduction rates just before the Chinese New Year when most of the country is travelling somewhere (like Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday travel in the United States all rolled into one). The virus was created to promote an agenda of global surveillance and control, but releasing it in China had some secondary benefits:

A: It might damage China’s economy. China’s economic power has become something of a Frankenstein’s monster to our global elite: a Golem, as the Jews would say. If the virus could take them down a peg or two, that would be helpful.

B: It could also damage China’s international reputation. If the virus arose naturally from the wet-markets, then it makes the Chinese look unsanitary. If the virus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, that makes the Chinese look incompetent, sinister or both.

C: Releasing the virus in China provides multiple levels of plausible deniability. “The virus came from China. No matter what the story is, it is China’s fault, somehow.”

So, that is one possible origin for the great crisis of 2020: a designer virus plus a massive, coordinated campaign of propaganda and psychological warfare. However, as Some people point out, perhaps a designer virus was not needed. Perhaps the massive, coordinated campaign of propaganda and psychological warfare was sufficient. In that case there was no virus, or at least there was no man-made virus. As is well known, coronaviruses are extremely common. Both the common cold and the flu can be caused by coronaviruses. Several new variants of the flu arise every year. The annual flu vaccine is a cocktail of vaccines designed to fight the variants deemed most likely to be threatening that year. (Two variants is typical, if I recall correctly, and I believe the flu jab for 2019 contained vaccines for three variants.) So, in that case, the same-old same-old was repackaged and presented as something novel, sinister and threatening.

Either scenario could be true, but the first scenario requires a designer virus plus a massive PR campaign, while the second scenario requires only the massive PR campaign. Unless there is a compelling reason to believe the designer virus exists (and the say-so of media whores and bureaucrats is not compelling), then the second scenario seems more likely. That’s Occam’s Razor.

Yes, Fauci is a mouthpiece. Yes, he is creepy. He looks like a sleazy perv who might prey on little girls (or boys). Who knows? He might be a fraud, but for all I know, that smug, stupid expression on his face might be an act. He might be an evil genius.

However, the emails of his that I have seen reveal nothing startling.

One email says that masks don’t protect you from viruses floating in the air, because the viruses are much smaller than the gaps between the fibers in the mask. That is true. It is also what he (and everyone else) was saying publicly when that email was sent. Later, everyone backtracked and said that wearing masks was vitally necessary. (That second statement is a lie. Cheap paper or fabric masks do not protect you from viruses just as they do not protect you from nerve gas, and for the same reason: the barely visible gaps between the fibers are way larger than the invisible viruses/gas molecules.)

The other email thanks Dr. Fauci for saying that the virus came from bats. That is, indeed, what he was saying publicly at the time. Moreover that was the Official Narrative at the time and remained so until quite recently. All these emails reveal is that Dr. Fauci changed his position on these issues. None of that, however, is a startling revelation, because he publicly changed his positions. These emails do not reveal Dr. Fauci saying one thing in private and a different thing in public.

He is still a creepy, pervy, contemptible mouthpiece, but the emails are a giant red herring to distract you from more important issues.

For what it’s worth, this is the technique that mostly prevented Donald Trump from accomplishing anything in office. They throw up a veritable blizzard of irrelevant bullshit. If you let them distract you into arguing about their irrelevant bullshit, in no time at all you will have forgotten what it is you were originally trying to do or say.

This is how you start out trying to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and end up spending the day trying to convince your enemies that you aren’t racist.