Don’t rely on the so-called social media to learn much about what some would-be Messiahs want the world to change into. If you want to know what this entire Great Reset idea is all about, YouTube, a Goggle subsidiary, would tell you that any post that tries to explain the plan (and, consequently, questions even a part of it) is being removed. Why? Simply because it is against something they call their community standards, whatever that is supposed to mean.
You can always try reading Klaus Martin Schwab’s Agenda 2030 explained in his own words, in his publications on what he calls the Great Reset. A caveat: that would require knowledge of some basic economics, preferably of the ideologically untainted kind. It would also require that the readers know how to slalom through the strange mumbo-jumbo. Ability to read between the lines would be useful, too.
As Armstrong Economics put it succinctly, what a careful between-the-lines reader will find is Communism 3.0 with more than a hint of feudalism thrown in for good measure.
The social media’s brainwaves have been moving from an invisible virus to a very visible President, and all that to hide the real meaning of the Great Reset, something its authors and adherents have been very open about (see Canada’s own Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who has no issues with it).
Who the heck is he?
Some are beginning to view Klaus Martin Schwab as the anti-Christ.
Armstrong Economics questions the anti-Christ designation. As they should.
Yes, ostracizing everyone who would try to buy or sell anything without a digital health certificate goes against every sign of humanitarianism.
Lockdowns imposed on every human endeavour, including meetings of the religiously faithful goes beyond crazy, and yet, look at the number of politicians who support the idea without even batting an eyelid (Manitoba anyone? Ontario, perhaps? just to stay in Canada).
Nobody during this world’s history (as we know it, at least) has managed to force the entire planet into submission using solely peaceful means. Not yet.
Schwab is walking in the footsteps of all those criminals who, having realized that the only way to take over the world is violence, have tried it.
Merciless, cruel tyranny is the preferred path.
That’s Klaus Martin Schwab’s path. He can dress it up pseudo-scientifically as the fourth industrial revolution, but the facts are simple. Having tasted freedoms and human rights afforded them by democracy, people will wake up sooner or later.
The only issue today: let’s pray it’s sooner rather than later, because then it could turn out being too late.
Which system works?
The Americans are facing a two-headed monster: in addition to having democratic rights, their country is based on what their history describes as Republicanism.
Citizens are represented by elected officials who are sworn to protect their interests in both systems, republican and democratic.
Of course, there are minor differences of major consequences. Here’s the difference that stands out the most: pure democracy protects the rights of the voting majority, leaving minorities to their own devices. Since the laws depend on what the majority wants them to achieve, the minority is left hoping they would form majority next time an election comes around.
So: do the Americans have democratic rights? They are a republic, after all. Here’s the deal: people elect their representatives in a republic, and these representatives then write laws. These laws can be challenged on constitutional basis, and the constitution specifically defends minority rights.
So, political scientists, that is people whose job it is to invent and explain rules, define the United States as a “representative democracy.”
In any case, to get back to today, Schwab (and George Soros, and Bill and Melinda Gates) can hardly care less about such niceties such as differences between pure democracy and republicanism in any shape or form. They know that taking the world over by being nice to people does not work. They are more steeped in history than America’s Founding Fathers who had thought a Republic would fix all the ills society in their times encountered.
As Armstrong Economics put it, they must have thought that Gaius Julius Caesar was an evil dictator while his opponents, such as Cato and Cicero, were the good guys.
Here’s Armstrong Economics’ conclusion: every Republic in history has turned into an oligarchy.
Schwab, obviously, knows it.
Spreading the word
Schwab has sent his new Communist 3.0 Manifesto to every world leader and every governor/premier of every state and province around the world. Another proud supporter of the World Economic Forum founder’s ideas, Jeff Bezos of the Amazon (and Washington Post) fame, offers Schwab’s newest oeuvre online for free.
On the other hand, some politicians, such as Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, say publicly they oppose Schwab and all his works.
Whether Jason Kenney remains faithful to his fiery words remains to be seen. Judging by several of his previous turnabouts, it’s questionable whether he himself knows.
Here’s what we’re facing: people like Schwab (and Soros, and the Gates couple, and many more too numerous to mention, including young Trudeau) know that the longer they can prevent people from rising up, the more small businesses will be destroyed. A basic fact: North American small businesses employ about three quarters of the civil workforce on the continent.
This is no longer only about the generation capable of voting these days. This is about their children, and their children’s children.
Klaus Martin Schwab is not a Messiah. He’s not a Karl Marx, or a Vladimir Iliych Ulyanov-Lenin, or a Josif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili-Stalin, or an Adolf Schickelgruber, a.k.a. Hitler. He’s not a Mao Zedong, or a Pol Pot. He’s not a Kim Jong-un, either.
Klaus Martin Schwab presents a much deeper danger: his reach goes worldwide, and immediate, because of modern technology. He knows how to abuse people’s self-preservation instincts by creating a worldwide artificial panic in a way that would make Nazi propaganda chief Dr. Josef Goebbels turn green with envy.
Klaus Martin Schwab prefers tyranny to all other methods of political struggle.
He deserves a payback using those same methods, in order to teach him, and his cohorts, a lesson none of them would ever forget.