"The Great Reset" plan by the World Economic Forum

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
My bets are that a contagious form of bird flu is released, because of "climate change," that requires aggressive quarantine and vaccination protocols (administered by FEMA), massive movement restrictions, total government overhaul of our agricultural supply chains, and the roll out of a carbon credit system. There is no way to implement all this without a massive crisis. The current pandemic was merely the first round, so to speak. The goal of Covid-19 was to establish the framework for our enslavement. It was one big test. The next pandemic, as Gill Bates has already told us, will allow for a seamless rollout of the NWO system.

Why do I think bird flu? Because it has all the hallmarks of a virus that would be both highly lethal as well as transmissible, and because it has had all the globalists backing its research in the past 20 years. It also intersects with the agriculture and climate, very perfectly. The guy who created it, Fouchier, was the one who isolated SARS-Cov-2 from a patient in Saudi Arabia, allegedly, before sending it Frank Plummer at the Winnipeg lab. So this guy is highly involved. H5N1 has a death rate of 53%, but that is when it is most lethal. If the virus is to be more transmissible, it may lose some of its lethality. However, experts still suggest that this could cause 100 million deaths. The Spanish influenza was a similar virus to H5N1, both cause cytokine storms. One expert on H5N1 claimed it could kill half the world's population if it was a worst case scenario.

The following is from wikipedia:

Novel, contagious strains of H5N1 were created by Ron Fouchier of the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, who first presented his work to the public at an influenza conference in Malta in September 2011. Three mutations were introduced into the H5N1 virus genome, and the virus was then passed from the noses of infected ferrets to the noses of uninfected ones, which was repeated 10 times.[70] After these 10 passages the H5N1 virus had acquired the ability of transmission between ferrets via aerosols or respiratory droplets.

After Fouchier offered an article describing this work to the leading academic journal Science, the US National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) recommended against publication of the full details of the study, and the one submitted to Nature by Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the University of Wisconsin describing related work. However, after additional consultations at the World Health Organization and by the NSABB, the NSABB reversed its position and recommended publication of revised versions of the two papers.[71] However, then the Dutch government declared that this type of manuscripts required Fouchier to apply for an export permit in the light of EU directive 428/2009 on dual use goods.[note 1] After much controversy surrounding the publishing of his research, Fouchier complied (under formal protest) with Dutch government demands to obtain a special permit[72] for submitting his manuscript, and his research appeared in a special issue of the journal Science devoted to H5N1.[73][74][75] The papers by Fouchier and Kawaoka conclude that it is entirely possible that a natural chain of mutations could lead to an H5N1 virus acquiring the capability of airborne transmission between mammals, and that a H5N1 influenza pandemic would not be impossible.[76]

In May 2013, it was reported that scientists at the Harbin Veterinary Research Institute in Harbin, China had created H5N1 strains which passed between guinea pigs.[77]

In response to Fouchier and Kawaoka's work, a number of scientists expressed concerns with the risks of creating novel potential pandemic pathogens, culminating in the formation of The Cambridge Working Group, a Consensus Statement calling for an assessment of the risks and benefits of such research.[78][79]
Update on this. I think it's wise to keep an eye on developments in China and in recent reports of dying birds, bird flu cases reported in China and South Carolina as well. https://armswatch.com/potential-pan...-be-more-dangerous-in-new-risky-nih-research/
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
This is a few years old, but I just heard it today. I looked up Henley because I found out he is deep in the Covid narrative. Right before the plandemic, he stated the biggest threat to human freedom today is climate change.



Henley has a 6 bedroom, 10 bathroom house. I guess his kids and their children all live together in this huge home or perhaps he is allowing refugees or homeless to live in the additional bedrooms in his huge home. He also has a smaller home in California. It seems the loudest voices discussing climate change are also the ones that have huge homes and huge carbon emissions.


 

BURNΞR

Ostrich
Agnostic
So I'm 38 and I own a house (paid off, no mortgage) and multiple cars (all paid off), along with my stocks and other investments. What's going to happen to me and my stuff? Are they just going to seize my property?

Even with a paid off mortgage you are merely a temporary custodian of a property. Governments will simply make up ways to tax it, ruin your ability to profit off it, or create laws to destroy the value of it.

Socialism is trending because millenials and zoomers can't afford to live thanks to central bank monetary policy. They all believe more government is the solution to the problem they created. Yes, they are that stupid and have already drank the propaganda kool-aid without any thought. They will politically push toward redistribution of your private property or wealth you've accumulated.

It's only going to get worse with software automation making most of the skilled job redundant and people will resort to subscription culture of renting everything and never being able to afford private property. People will be inundated with debt from an early age being on subscriptions renting everything from furniture and clothes to videogames. The cope will be feel-good moralizations like "this is good for the environment"

a small preview of what is to come:



Don't worry goyim, you can rent everything you need in life:

 
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ph80

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
Even with a paid off mortgage you are merely a temporary custodian of a property. Governments will simply make up ways to tax it, ruin your ability to profit off it, or create laws to destroy the value of it.

Socialism is trending because millenials and zoomers can't afford to live thanks to central bank monetary policy. They all believe more government is the solution to the problem they created. Yes, they are that stupid and have already drank the propaganda kool-aid without any thought. They will politically push toward redistribution of your private property or wealth you've accumulated.

It's only going to get worse with software automation making most of the skilled job redundant and people will resort to subscription culture of renting everything and never being able to afford private property. People will be inundated with debt from an early age being on subscriptions renting everything from furniture and clothes to videogames. The cope will be feel-good moralizations like "this is good for the environment"

a small preview of what is to come:



Don't worry goyim, you can rent everything you need in life:



So, what specifically are the things that they will probably do to homeowners like myself? I mean, even if they raise taxes I can still afford to live here. How will they pass laws to destroy my home ownership?

Additionally, the majority of my investments are stuff like solid metals (I own lots of gold and silver that I have hidden away off-site) and valuable collectibles. How are they going to redistribute that when I own it physically and only I have access to it?
 

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
So, what specifically are the things that they will probably do to homeowners like myself? I mean, even if they raise taxes I can still afford to live here. How will they pass laws to destroy my home ownership?

Additionally, the majority of my investments are stuff like solid metals (I own lots of gold and silver that I have hidden away off-site) and valuable collectibles. How are they going to redistribute that when I own it physically and only I have access to it?
They can also create some new crisis (flood, natural disaster or war or something) that will destroy/remove the land available.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
Even with a paid off mortgage you are merely a temporary custodian of a property. Governments will simply make up ways to tax it, ruin your ability to profit off it, or create laws to destroy the value of it.

Socialism is trending because millenials and zoomers can't afford to live thanks to central bank monetary policy. They all believe more government is the solution to the problem they created. Yes, they are that stupid and have already drank the propaganda kool-aid without any thought. They will politically push toward redistribution of your private property or wealth you've accumulated.

It's only going to get worse with software automation making most of the skilled job redundant and people will resort to subscription culture of renting everything and never being able to afford private property. People will be inundated with debt from an early age being on subscriptions renting everything from furniture and clothes to videogames. The cope will be feel-good moralizations like "this is good for the environment"

a small preview of what is to come:



Don't worry goyim, you can rent everything you need in life:


Gee, I wonder why they turned off the comments:rolleyes:

These videos are creepy.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
Well, I'm not seeing any way they can divest me of my precious metals, at least, short of tanking their value.
The government may force you to sell your metals for a low price to them or go to jail. This has happened before. We must not forget how bad FDR was. What is scary is he was popular enough to win 4 elections! We criticize modern people as sheep that want to be controlled, but there were also a lot of sheep voting in the 1930's as well.

 

ph80

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
The government may force you to sell your metals for a low price to them or go to jail. This has happened before. We must not forget how bad FDR was. What is scary is he was popular enough to win 4 elections! We criticize modern people as sheep that want to be controlled, but there were also a lot of sheep voting in the 1930's as well.


Except, how are they going to force me? I paid for it all with cash, and they're hidden in a spot (secure, in the wilderness) only I know of. :)
 
They're becoming angry with El Salvador over bitcoin.



The Sovereign Individual, published in 1997, foresaw these developments. Bitcoin is a threat to the sovereignty of traditional governments so they want to suppress it just like the Medieval Church wanted to suppress the printing press.

Here are some relevant quotes from the book. Considering that it was published in 1997, the accuracy of its predictions of what's unfolding today is mind-blowing.

The new digital money of the Information Age will return control over the medium of exchange to the owners of wealth, who wish to preserve it, rather than to nation-states that wish to spirit it away.

That's what's happening with Bitcoin. Of course, governments don't like this.

New technologies will allow the holders of wealth to bypass the national monopolies that have issued and regulated money in the modern period. The state will continue to control the industrial-era printing presses, but their importance for controlling the world's wealth will be transcended by mathematical algorithms that have no physical existence. In the new millennium, cybermoney controlled by private markets will supersede flat money issued by governments. Only the poor will be victims of inflation.

Lacking their accustomed scope to tax and inflate, governments, even in traditionally civil countries, will turn nasty. As income tax becomes uncollectable, older and more arbitrary methods of exaction will resurface. The ultimate form of withholding tax--de facto or even overt hostage-taking will be introduced by governments desperate to prevent wealth from escaping beyond their reach.

Governments will violate human rights, censor the free flow of information, sabotage useful technologies, and worse. For the same reasons that the late, departed Soviet Union tried in vain to suppress access to personal computers and Xerox machines, western governments will seek to suppress the cybereconomy by totalitarian means.

Governments did become nasty, didn't they? Current violations of human rights and censorship aren't accidents. The establishment is fighting for its life. The covid theater is a desperate attempt to hold back the clock. Bitcoin is a lethal threat to their monopoly of power so it must be suppressed.

Just as the technology of the printing press undermined allegiance to the dominant institution of the Middle Ages, the Holy Mother Church, so we expect the new communications technology of the Information Age to undermine the authority of the nanny state.

Because the Church attempted to suppress the printing press, most of the new volumes were published in those areas of Europe where the writ of established authority was the weakest.

See, it's not an accident either that Bitcoin became a legal tender in El Salvador of all places. Just like the new books were published in the areas where the writ of established authority was the weakest after the invention of the printing press, it's not surprising that Bitcoin became a legal tender in a place where central authority is weak.
 
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