Babylon Rising – part 5 The Network of Global Control
The Globalist Web
Part 5 of 7
In this post:
The Global Dictatorship and a Biblical Perspective
In this 5th part of the series I would like to provide evidence to support the fact that there is a conspiratorial agenda to empower a centralised global governance framework which will direct the regional governments of the world in every aspect of life on planet earth. This will not present a ‘one world government’ but will certainly become a powerhouse for global control. A look into the books of Daniel and Revelation in the final part 6 of this series will reveal the nature and driving force behind this global super power.
There may be some readers, who after considering the United Nations Sustainable Development plan, still believe that their approach is the best way forward for the wellbeing of humanity. Well I must admit that if I did not read my Bible, or consider the prophectic implications of Scripture, then I would probably not be writing this series. It is my respect for Biblical obedience, my interest in ‘end-times’ prophecy and my eager desire for the ‘second-coming’ of our Messiah Yahushua that I share my thoughts on this matter.
We must not be beguiled by the virtuous veneer of the United Nations and their Sustainable Development Plan.
This is merely a display of ungodly secular-righteousness, the underlying objective of which is simply a desire for global power and control.
In the final part 7 of this series I will further reveal how this agenda of ‘man’ conflicts with the will of our heavenly Father and what His Word says regarding the outcome of man’s agenda to rule the world.
UN Mandela Day Speech
On July 18th 2020 South Africa held the 18th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture. The UN Secretary-General António Guterres was the guest speaker.
It was timely and opportunistic of the United Nations to utilise this humanitarian platform to address the world on the dire urgency for a solution to address global inequality.
The Lecture title was – Tackling The Inequality Pandemic – A New Social Compact For A New Era.
With this type of address one must realise that no word used is ‘off the cuff’. The script is well prepared. In light of this it is significant to take note of the meaning in the lecture title of the words ‘social compact’.
The term ‘social compact’ and ‘social contract’ are used synonymously:
‘social compact/contract’ is an implicit agreement among the members of a society to cooperate for social benefits, for example by sacrificing some individual freedom for state protection.
Social contract arguments typically posit that individuals have consented, either explicitly or tacitly, to surrender some of their freedoms and submit to the authority (of the ruler, or to the decision of a majority) in exchange for protection of their remaining rights or maintenance of the social order – Celeste Friend. “Social Contract Theory”. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved 26 December 2019.
Social contract theorists seek to demonstrate why a rational individual would voluntarily consent to give up their natural freedom to obtain the benefits of political order.
This speech was used as an opportunity for the United Nations to highlight and bring to the forefront the goals of their Sustainable Development plan.
Below I have listed some of the speech highlights:
It was mentioned during the opening address how COVID 19 had brought about global solidarity but had also exposed inequality, racism and economic deprivation.
It was also stated that the bigger challenge was that of building a transformation post COVID world (4.33)
A further comment – ‘Cyril Ramaphosa keeps reminding us that the South Africa which will emerge after covet 19 will not be the South Africa of 2019 the world will be a new world’ (13:57)
Cyril Ramaphosa made the following comments:
‘His (Nelson Mandela) commitment to advancing freedom made him the father of not just our nation but of every nation’ (16.17)
Nelson Mandela is now to be seen as the father of the world? Where is our Heavenly Father in our plans?
‘inspired by Mandela’s spirit of compassion and care this pandemic has revived the bonds of solidarity amongst nations of the world’ (17.11)
Capitalism came under attack –
‘vast profits can no longer be made at the expense of the vast majority of the peoples of the world’ (25.30)
Antonio Guterres of the UN went on to make some interesting and revealing statements:
He mentions that the 26 richest people in the world have more than half of the world’s wealth. If this is true. which I believe it is but massively understated because the world’s richest are never identified or listed anywhere, why not just focus on them? Redistribute their wealth and all will be well. Leave the rest of the hard working middle class alone and stop demonising us.
Interestingly Guterres preaches against the ills of colonisation,white supremacy and white male domination in the world. He makes all of these accusations while occupying one of the highest level positions in the world – as a white male from a country of historical colonisers. What is that old saying ‘people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones’? Why does he not simply bow out and vacate his position for a worthy black woman from a previously colonised country?
‘the pandemic has demonstrated the fragility of our worlds’
‘The vision and promise of the United Nations is that food, healthcare, water and sanitation, education, decent work and Social Security are not commodities for sale to those who can afford them but basic human rights to which we are all entitled. We work to reduce inequality every day everywhere and that vision is as important today as it was 75 years ago.It is at the heart of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development our agreed blueprint for peace and prosperity on a healthy planet and captured in Sustainable Development Goal 10’
‘Two sources of inequality in the world – colonialism and patriarchy’.(40:42)
‘the continent of Europe imposed colonial rule on much of the global source for centuries through violence and coercion. Colonialism created vast inequality within and between countries.(40.54)
‘We live in a male-dominated world with a male-dominated culture’ (42:51)
The irony in most of his comments is that although countries are no longer colonised through physical occupation, the vulnerable countries are still colonised through the banking system and massive global corporations who plunder the wealth of these victim countries without any idea that it is taking place. Take note of the continual attack on the male gender and patriarchy. I can agree that masculinity in our world is rather toxic and destructive but a blanket attack on all males is unacceptable. Also, ‘patriarchy’ is a Biblical instituted reality and has deep spiritual meaning. Attacking patriarchy is targeting the very core of the divine design and the Biblical blueprint for mankind.
‘COVID19 is a human tragedy but it has also created a generational opportunity. An opportunity to build back a more equal and sustainable world’ (48.06)
Yes, this opportunity was created, and more and more people are starting to wake up to this fact. This statement reveals the truth behind the COVID crisis. They needed an opportunity that ‘global warming/climate change’ was not presenting. And this is no normal opportunity either. This is a ‘generational’ opportunity – a once in a lifetime opportunity not to be missed. This is the CREATED OPPORTUNITY. The opportunity to fast track the world towards a global dictatorship.
‘the response to the pandemic and to the widespread discontent that preceded it must be based on a new social contract and the new global deal that creates equal opportunities for all and respect the rights and freedoms of all. This is the only way that we will meet the goals of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development’(48.14)
‘Let’s face the facts the global political and economic system is not delivering on critical global public goods public health, climate action, sustainable development, peace’(53.34)
‘We need the new global deal to ensure that power wealth and opportunities are shared more broadly and fairly at international level. A new model for global governance must be based on full inclusive and equal participation in global institutions’ (54.03)
The problem is that this sharing will take place through the demise of the middle class. The end result will be that we will all become poorer as a result. Oh, but not the super wealthy who will remain untouched by this ‘new global deal’.
‘New global deal based on a fair globalization on the rights and dignity of every human being on living in balance with nature and taking account of the rights of future generations and on success measured in human rather than economic terms is the best way to change this.The worldwide consultation process around the 75th anniversary of United Nations has made clear that people want a global governance system that delivers’.(54.41)
‘The developing world must have a far stronger voice in global decision-making we also read the more inclusive and balanced multilateral trading system that enables developing countries to move up global value chains’(55:11)
‘We need a new global deal at global level with an effective transfer of resources to the developing World’ (65.10)
Please take note of the remark ‘transfer of resources to the developing World’. Robin Hood we see you. Disempower those who could and would resist your agenda.
‘We have an opportunity now’ (66.07)
‘We have a problem of power and we have a problem with excess. Our priority at the present moment is in the excess’ (69.33)
Again read ‘middle class’ into this.
‘We need to look into the question of power and I think there is a risk to look into the world and to have a world divided into two blocks by the two biggest economies (70.08)
‘We need a universal system and we need universal rules we need international law prevailing (70.34)
Babylon here we come.
‘Power redistribution and governance. A governance of the digital world that brings equality in the excess but also in the use of the digital world and that allow us to control the negative aspects of digital (71.03)
‘I think this only increases our responsibility to build back based on the sustainable development goals’ (72.41)
‘Let’s organize those investments that will be made for the recovery to make sure that they are based in the principles and in the policies of the Sustainable Development Goals they build an inclusive economy that they build a sustainable economy’ (72.52)
‘That needs obviously a top-down approach we need leaders that are committed that force change and we need to support those leaders’ (74.12)
‘Only with this pressure from below will those that are trying to change things, to change the rules of the game from the top will be able to succeed. If not the lobbies that exist the power structures that exists the interests entrenched interest that exists, the entrenched inequality that exists will of course make life very difficult to all those leaders that are trying to change the world in a better direction based on the agenda 2030 based on the climate agreement; (75.44)
‘These can only be possible if from the bottom comes a very strong pressure to force leaders to move into directions that can lead to sustainability and inclusivity that can address inequality and the fragilities of our present worlds’ (76.27)
Take special note of his comments pertaining to pressure from the bottom. The ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign is secretly funded and used, as well as the racism narrative, to pressurise society and government to comply with the need for change. In the end the Black people will realise that they have been exploited, yet again, but this time through their mass cooperation. Let’s hope that they wake up to this ploy before we all become victims of this global power takeover. If only we could all see that the ‘divide and conquer’ strategy is being utilised by the ‘globalists’ with great success. The only equality that will emerge from this by 2030 is that we will all become slaves to a New World Order – the New Babylon Beast sytem.
‘We need to really know that we are all in the same sea make sure that we come all into the same boat’ (77)
The reason that ‘democracy’ is pushed internationally as the chosen political model of choice is because it is easy to control the masses to vote for any desired outcome. The lower income masses are more dependent on the state and as such are more easily manipulated and controlled. Being the smaller group of people, the middle class will easily be outnumbered in the voting booth by the controlled masses. Those at the top use the masses to further their agenda but in the end we will all be losers. We will all lose freedom and global poverty will increase exponentially.
There are many voices across the world, and many highly credible ones too, who are speaking out against this COVID scam and the imminent move towards a global dictatorship. The ‘elite’ know this and are not perturbed because the dissenting numbers are few. As long as the masses of the world – probably as much as 95%, continue with the delusion then the plan will succeed. The decieved, democratic voice will ensure this.
Please note that there is not one single reference to Scripture or one single Bible verse mentioned in this discussion and presentation.
This is all about the wisdom and works of man – the praise and exaltation of man and the exclusion of Almighty God.
The UN and its agencies are a power trap. Once entrenched they will grow in power and control which we will never be able to reverse. No country will be able to break free again as a sovereign nation. The UN is not just an advisory organisation, It was designed to mature into a global governing entity. Anyone trying to break away would probably be demonised as a rogue nation. Oh and yes there will be regional governments that appear to be autonomous but all will be directed and governed by the United Nations Agencies.
Detect the global language throughout the speech. Speaking as one global voice.The problem with a unified global voice is that it involves full inclusivity.- all cultures and all religions. We are being forced into accepting the abomination of all the new norms – ‘gender identification’, ‘LGBTQ’, abortion etc. Biblical guidelines are being displaced by the will of man. And how many realised that the authority of the WHO and Governments overuled our right to gather as Bible Believing Christains, whether in a chuch building or as a group. How can we be prevented from gathering. Rest assured, judgement from the throne of our Heavenly Father is coming – and very soon.
The looming global power grab is the real ‘virus’ threat and as always prevention is better than the cure.
I believe that António Guterres is just a puppet in this agenda. I do not believe that he has any idea about the greater plan for global rulership. The ‘hidden hand’ behind this agenda is just that – hidden. They never expose themselves or appear in the public eye and anyone who does is not from their elite group. They remain the backstage ‘hidden hand’ – the controllers of the puppets. António Guterres is passionate about the Sustainable Development plan and is being used as the frontman because of this energy.
This Sustainable Development plan may all seem like the best approach to many for the equality of all but the Bible reveals a very different picture to me. The Prophets and the book of Revelation suggest a different ending to this agenda. Our Father has His own agenda 2030 and aslo another ‘global reset’ plan.
The Bible is the comprehensive guideline for harmonious life on earth and if recognised and observed would result in a thriving world.
The Creator of this world who is a Loving Father to all of mankind knows best.
Video - Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture by UN Secretary-General António Guterres
Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture by UN Secretary-General António Guterres
This fake COVID 19 global crisis and the resulting ‘social engineering’ program, will leapfrog humanity into the new age of oppressive centralised global governance and control – ‘The New Normal’
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!
And the mean man shall be brought down, and the mighty man shall be humbled, and the eyes of the lofty shall be humbled:
But the LORD of hosts shall be exalted in judgment, and God that is holy shall be sanctified in righteousness.
The Global Governance Infrastructure
The United Nations
Most people will be aware of the existence of the United Nations organisation and most will now be aware of the affiliated World Health Organisation (WHO) as a result of their involvement with the COVID 19 crisis. But how many are aware of the enormous infrastructure of the United Nations, its Specialized Agencies, Funds, Programmes and their controlling global influence.
The purpose of my providing you with this information is to show you that the infrastructure and programmes are already in place to govern all activities and actions of all governments of the world.
To assume that member governments govern with complete autonomy is naive. Any government that would go against the UN or any of their affiliates and their guidance would more than likely be considered to be roque governments e.g North Korea, Syria etc
One can not deny that the World Health Organisation has been steering the global reaction to COVID 19 and has provided the detailed guidance to all member governments of the world. We have witnessed some flexibility with regard to the implementation procedures but for the most part the WHO guidelines were adhered to – globally.
And now we see the UN taking full avantage of the opportunity created to fast-track the 18 goals of the ‘Sustainable Development‘ agenda which is to be fully realised by 2030.
What we are witnessing with this infrastructure and control is the manifestation of Bible Prophecy.
Here is a little overview of the United Nations organisation:
The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945. It is currently made up of 193 Member States. The mission and work of the United Nations are guided by the purposes and principles contained in its founding Charter.
Due to the powers vested in its Charter and its unique international character, the United Nations can take action on the issues confronting humanity in the 21st century, such as peace and security, climate change, sustainable development, human rights, disarmament, terrorism, humanitarian and health emergencies, gender equality, governance, food production, and more.
The UN also provides a forum for its members to express their views in the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, and other bodies and committees. By enabling dialogue between its members, and by hosting negotiations, the Organization has become a mechanism for governments to find areas of agreement and solve problems together.
The UN’s Chief Administrative Officer is the Secretary-General.
2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.
Below is a list of their Funds, Programmes, Specialized Agencies and Others:
The UN system, also known unofficially as the ‘UN family’, is made up of the UN itself and many programmes, funds, and specialized agencies, all with their own leadership and budget. The programmes and funds are financed through voluntary rather than assessed contributions. The Specialized Agencies are independent international organizations funded by both voluntary and assessed contributions.
Funds and Programmes
UNDP – Headquarters: New York City, USA
The United Nations Development Programme works in nearly 170 countries and territories, helping to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities and build resilience so countries can sustain progress. As the UN’s development agency, UNDP plays a critical role in helping countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
UNEP – Headquarters: Nairobi, Kenya
The United Nations Environment Programme established in 1972, is the voice for the environment within the United Nations system. UNEP acts as a catalyst, advocate, educator and facilitator to promote the wise use and sustainable development of the global environment.
UNFPA – Headquarters: New York City, USA
The United Nations Population Fund – UNFPA is the lead UN agency for delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.
UN-Habitat – Headquarters: Nairobi, Kenya
The mission of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme is to promote socially and environmentally sustainable human settlements development and the achievement of adequate shelter for all.
UNICEF – Headquarters: New York City, USA
UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.
WFP – Headquarters: Rome, Italy
The World Food Programme aims to eradicate hunger and malnutrition. It is the world’s largest humanitarian agency. Every year, the programme feeds almost 80 million people in around 75 countries.
UN Specialized Agencies – The UN specialized agencies are autonomous organizations working with the United Nations. All were brought into relationship with the UN through negotiated agreements. Some existed before the First World War. Some were associated with the League of Nations. Others were created almost simultaneously with the UN. Others were created by the UN to meet emerging needs.
FAO – Headquarters: Rome, Italy
The Food and Agriculture Organization leads international efforts to fight hunger. It is both a forum for negotiating agreements between developing and developed countries and a source of technical knowledge and information to aid development.
ICAO – Headquarters: Montreal, Canada
The International Civil Aviation Organization develops standards for global air transport and assists its 192 Member States in sharing the world’s skies to their socio-economic benefit.
IFAD – Headquarters: Rome, Italy
The International Fund for Agricultural Development, since it was created in 1977, has focused exclusively on rural poverty reduction, working with poor rural populations in developing countries to eliminate poverty, hunger and malnutrition; raise their productivity and incomes; and improve the quality of their lives.
ILO – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The International Labor Organization promotes international labor rights by formulating international standards on the freedom to associate, collective bargaining, the abolition of forced labor, and equality of opportunity and treatment.
IMF – Headquarters: Washington, DC, USA
The International Monetary Fund fosters economic growth and employment by providing temporary financial assistance to countries to help ease balance of payments adjustment and technical assistance. The IMF currently has $28 billion in outstanding loans to 74 nations.
IMO – Headquarters: London, United Kingdom
The International Maritime Organization has created a comprehensive shipping regulatory framework, addressing safety and environmental concerns, legal matters, technical cooperation, security, and efficiency.
ITU – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The International Telecommunication Union is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies. It is committed to connecting all the world’s people – wherever they live and whatever their means. Through our work, we protect and support everyone’s fundamental right to communicate
UNESCO – Headquarters: Paris, France
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization focuses on everything from teacher training to helping improve education worldwide to protecting important historical and cultural sites around the world. UNESCO added 28 new World Heritage Sites this year to the list of irreplaceable treasures that will be protected for today’s travelers and future generations.
UNIDO – Headquarters: Vienna, Austria
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization is the specialized agency of the United Nations that promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability.
UNWTO – Headquarters: Madrid, Spain
The World Tourism Organization is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism.
UPU – Headquarters: Bern, Switzerland
The Universal Postal Union is the primary forum for cooperation between postal sector players. It helps to ensure a truly universal network of up-to-date products and services.
WHO – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The World Health Organization is the directing and coordinating authority on international health within the United Nations system. The objective of WHO is the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health. Health, as defined in the WHO Constitution, is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
WIPO – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The World Intellectual Property Organization protects intellectual property throughout the world through 23 international treaties.
WMO – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The World Meteorological Organization facilitates the free international exchange of meteorological data and information and the furtherance of its use in aviation, shipping, security, and agriculture, among other things.
World Bank – Headquarters: Washington, DC, USA
The World Bank focuses on poverty reduction and the improvement of living standards worldwide by providing low-interest loans, interest-free credit, and grants to developing countries for education, health, infrastructure, and communications, among other things. The World Bank works in over 100 countries.
-International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
-International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)*
-International Development Association (IDA)
-International Finance Corporation (IFC)
-Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)*
* International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) are not specialized agencies in accordance with Articles 57 and 63 of the Charter, but are part of the World Bank Group.
Other Entities and Bodies
UNAIDS – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) leads and inspires the world to achieve its shared vision of zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths. UNAIDS unites the efforts of 11 UN organizations—UNHCR, UNICEF, WFP, UNDP, UNFPA, UNODC, UN Women, ILO, UNESCO, WHO and the World Bank—and works closely with global and national partners towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
UNHCR – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees – UNHCR protects refugees worldwide and facilitates their return home or resettlement.
UNIDIR – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research is a voluntarily funded autonomous institute within the United Nations. An impartial actor, the Institute generates ideas and promotes action on disarmament and security. UNIDIR brings together states, international organizations, civil society, the private sector and academia to work together—internationally, regionally and locally—to build and implement creative solutions that will benefit all states and peoples.
UNITAR – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
An autonomous UN body established in 1963, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research is a training arm of the United Nations System, and has the mandate to enhance the effectiveness of the UN through diplomatic training, and to increase the impact of national actions through public awareness-raising, education and training of public policy officials.
UNOPS – Headquarters: Copenhagen, Denmark
The mission of the United Nations Office for Project Services is to help people build better lives and help countries achieve peace and sustainable development. UNOPS helps the UN, governments and other partners to manage projects, and deliver sustainable infrastructure and procurement in an efficient way.
UNRWA – Headquarters: Amman, Jordan
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has contributed to the welfare and human development of four generations of Palestine refugees. It’s services encompass education, health care, relief and social services, camp infrastructure and improvement, microfinance and emergency assistance, including in times of armed conflict. It reports only to the UN General Assembly.
UNSSC – Headquarters: Turin, Italy
The United Nations System Staff College is the learning organization of the United Nations system. It designs and delivers learning programmes for staff of the UN system and its partners. It helps the United Nations become more effective by fostering a common leadership and management culture across the system.
UN Women – Headquarters: New York City, USA
UN Women merges and builds on the important work of four previously distinct parts of the UN system, which focus exclusively on gender equality and women’s empowerment.
CTBTO – Headquarters: Vienna, Austria
The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization promotes the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (which is not yet in force) and the build-up of the verification regime so that it is operational when the Treaty enters into force.
IAEA – Headquarters: Vienna, Austria
The International Atomic Energy Agency, is the world’s centre for cooperation in the nuclear field. The Agency works with its Member States and multiple partners worldwide to promote the safe, secure and peaceful use of nuclear technologies.
IOM – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The International Organization for Migration works to help ensure the orderly and humane management of migration, to promote international cooperation on migration issues, to assist in the search for practical solutions to migration problems and to provide humanitarian assistance to migrants in need, including refugees and internally displaced people.
OPCW – Headquarters: The Hague, Netherlands
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons is the implementing body of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which entered into force in 1997. OPCW Member States work together to achieve a world free of chemical weapons.
UNFCCC – Headquarters: Bonn, Germany
The UNFCCC Secretariat (UN Climate Change) was established in 1992 when countries adopted the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). With the subsequent adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 and the Paris Agreement in 2015, Parties to these three agreements have progressively reaffirmed the Secretariat’s role as the United Nations entity tasked with supporting the global response to the threat of climate change.
WTO – Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
The World Trade Organization is a forum for governments to negotiate trade agreements, and a place where member governments try to sort out the trade problems they face with each other.
If you are not already familiar with the ID 2020 initiative then you may want to review this agenda. The following information is taken fromt the ID2020 website – https://id2020.org
What is really interesting is to see who the funders and Alliance Partners are – see image below. Of particular interest is GAVI – The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations
The GAVI Alliance (formerly the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation) is a global health partnership of public and private sector organizations dedicated to ‘immunisation for all’. The founder of GAVI was the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
And what has GAVI, vaccines and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation all have in common? Well this article form Septembe 2019 reveals all. Is this the imminent RFID chip implant on its way to a medical facility near you?:
– ID2020 and partners launch program to provide digital ID with vaccines –
‘The ID2020 Alliance has launched a new digital identity program at its annual summit in New York, in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh, vaccine alliance Gavi, and new partners in government, academia, and humanitarian relief.
The program to leverage immunization as an opportunity to establish digital identity was unveiled by ID2020 in partnership with the Bangladesh Government’s Access to Information (a2i) Program, the Directorate General of Health Services, and Gavi, according to the announcement.’
– Back to ID2020 –
‘In September 2015, all United Nations member states adopted the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, including their commitment to “provide legal identity for all, including birth registration” by 2030.’
‘ID2020 is building a new global model for the design, funding, and implementation of digital ID solutions and technologies. ‘
‘The Need for Good Digital ID is Universal
The ability to prove who you are is a fundamental and universal human right. Because we live in a digital era, we need a trusted and reliable way to do that both in the physical world and online.’
‘A unique convergence of trends provides an unprecedented opportunity to make a coordinated, concerted push to provide digital ID to everyone.
1.1 billion people worldwide live without a digital ID
Identity is vital for political, economic and social opportunity. But systems of identification are archaic, insecure, lack adequate privacy protection, and for over a billion people, inaccessible.’
‘We Need to Get Digital ID Right
Since 2016, ID2020 has advocated for ethical, privacy-protecting approaches to digital ID.
For the one in seven people globally who lacks a means to prove their identity, digital ID offers access to vital social services and enables them to exercise their rights as citizens and voters and participate in the modern economy. But doing digital ID right means protecting civil liberties and putting control over personal data back where it belongs…in the hands of the individual.
Every day, we rely on a variety of forms of identification to go about our lives: our driver’s license, passport, work badge and building access cards, debit and credit cards, transit passes, and more.
But technology is evolving at a blinding pace and many of the transactions that require identification are today being conducted digitally. From e-passports to digital wallets, online banking to social media accounts, these new forms of digital ID allow us to travel, conduct business, access financial and health records, stay connected, and much more. ‘
‘Bringing privacy-protecting, portable and user-centric digital identity to life.
ID2020 supports digital identity programs that both directly improve lives and generate needed evidence for how we maximize the potential of digital ID for everyone.’
The World Economic forum
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Ubiquitous, mobile supercomputing. Artificially-intelligent robots. Self-driving cars. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. The evidence of dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at exponential speed. Previous industrial revolutions liberated humankind from animal power, made mass production possible and brought digital capabilities to billions of people. This Fourth Industrial Revolution is, however, fundamentally different. It is characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.
The World Economic forum - The Fourth Industrial Revolution
A New Global Currency – The Great Reset
The future of Capitalism and Carbon Credits
Most will have heard about the restart of the economies of the world post COVID 19 and are probably optimistic in this regard. But what is the future of ‘money’ and capitalism. Will things return to the way they were pre-COVID? I do not think so. There is a need for a new model – or so the globalsits are advising. When one considers the current global debt of $255 trillion – rising exponentially, compared to the amount of available money in the world ($5-$80 trillion ???), then one can easily see that the system is about to collapse. Debt can never be repaid. There is simply too large a gap between the debt figure and the money available. The monetary model has reached the end of its life and has to change:
Global Debt Monitor – COVID-19 Lights a Fuse
– Global debt across all sectors rose by over $10 trillion in 2019, topping $255 trillion. At over 322% of GDP, global debt is now 40 percentage points ($87 trillion) higher than at the onset of the 2008 financial crisis—a sobering realization as governments worldwide gear up to fight the pandemic.
– With the COVID-19 fiscal response in full swing, the global debt burden is set to rise dramatically in 2020; gross government debt issuance soared to a record high of over $2.1 trillion last month, more than double the 2017-19 average of $0.9 trillion.
Intitute of International Finance – https://www.iif.com/Portals/0/Files/content/Research/Global%20Debt%20Monitor_April2020.pdf
Here’s how much money there is in the world — and why you’ve never heard the exact number
Jacob Kirkegaard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, said one part of the answer can be found in information published by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
“It’s a number called M0, which is essentially the number of notes and coins in circulation,” Kirkegaard said. “For the United States, that number on the Federal Reserve website is somewhere in the vicinity of $1.5 trillion.”
Kirkegaard said that a comparable tally of currency in circulation from all over the world, tracked by the Bank for International Settlements, totals about $5 trillion.
But using a more inclusive definition of money, “that amount goes much, much higher,” explained Jeff Desjardins at the financial media website Visual Capitalist, which has published an infographic on the topic.
“Add in checking accounts, savings accounts, money-market accounts — not quite physical money, but you can make a bank transaction digitally and use that as money,” and Desjardins said the total amount of money easily accessible in the world economy grows by several multiples. This is called broad money, and according to the CIA World Factbook, and the global total is in excess of $80 trillion.
Most of the broad money in the world economy isn’t actually cash held in bank vaults, explained Karen Petrou, managing partner at Federal Financial Analytics. It’s bank balances on digital ledgers, money that people deposited in banks, and banks then lent out again.
Having reviewed the above facts consider the World Economic Forum’s 51st Annual Meeting in January 2021 to discuss the ‘Great Reset’. This is not a discussion about restarting the global economy. This is a discussion about RESETTING the global economy. This is a huge difference. Change is coming and the ‘middle class’ are not going to like it:
WEF sets 2021 agenda: The Great Reset
“The Great Reset” will be the theme of a unique twin summit to be convened by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in January, 2021. The 51st World Economic Forum Annual Meeting will bring together global leaders from government, business and civil society, and stakeholders from around the world in a unique configuration that includes both in-person and virtual dialogues.
“We only have one planet and we know that climate change could be the next global disaster with even more dramatic consequences for humankind. We have to decarbonise the economy in the short window still remaining and bring our thinking and behaviour once more into harmony with nature,” said Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.
“A great reset is necessary to build a new social contract that honours the dignity of every human being,” added Schwab “The global health crisis has laid bare the unsustainability of our old system in terms of social cohesion, the lack of equal opportunities and inclusiveness. Nor can we turn our backs on the evils of racism and discrimination. We need to build into this new social contract our intergenerational responsibility to ensure that we live up to the expectations of young people.”
“Covid-19 has accelerated our transition into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We have to make sure that the new technologies in the digital, biological and physical world remain human-centred and serve society as a whole, providing everyone with fair access,” he said.
Mr Schwab also pointed out that the global pandemic had demonstrated again how interconnected the world now is.
“We have to restore a functioning system of smart global cooperation structured to address the challenges of the next 50 years. The Great Reset will require us to integrate all stakeholders of global society into a community of common interest, purpose and action,” said Schwab. “We need a change of mindset, moving from short-term to long-term thinking, moving from shareholder capitalism to stakeholder responsibility. Environmental, social and good governance have to be a measured part of corporate and governmental accountability,” he added.
Other influential leaders echoed Mr Schwab’s call.
“In order to secure our future and to prosper, we need to evolve our economic model and put people and planet at the heart of global value creation,” said HRH The Prince of Wales. “If there is one critical lesson to learn from this crisis, it is that we need to put nature at the heart of how we operate. We simply can’t waste more time.”
The Prince of Wales has long campaigned for environmental issues, not least in Transylvania, Romania, where he has invested in property, restoring a number of cottages in which he stays at least once a year. For the rest of the year he opens them to all comers, declaring his wish (in a personal note handed to all guests) that it “will encourage more people to visit Transylvania, and in this way promote sustainable development.”
António Guterres, secretary-general of the United Nations, called the great reset “a welcome recognition that this human tragedy must be a wake-up call. We must build more equal, inclusive and sustainable economies and societies that are more resilient in the face of pandemics, climate change and the many other global changes we face.”
WEF intends its next annual meeting to be a more innovative summit, reflecting the spirit of the great reset. It will provide a unique opportunity at the beginning of 2021 to bring together the key global government and business leaders in Davos, yet framed within a global multi-stakeholder summit driven by the younger generation to ensure that the great reset dialogue pushes beyond the boundaries of traditional thinking and is truly forward-oriented.
To do so, the World Economic Forum will draw on thousands of young people in more than 400 cities around the world, many in emerging Europe, who will be interconnected with a powerful virtual hub network to interact with leaders in Davos. Each of those hubs will have an open house policy to integrate all interested citizens into this dialogue, making the annual meeting open to everyone.
If you would like to look a little further into the future of this looming ‘Great Reset’ then have a look at the United Nations Carbon Union. For those with eyes to see you will find that the ‘currency’ will be largely ‘carbon credits’ built around compliance and obedience to prescribed global carbon parameters. Imagine then what your current ‘carbon footprint’ is with your large, non-environmentally friendly home and your multiple fuel driven cars. Couple this with your current lifestyle of jetsetting to foreign destinations on regular holidays. And what about the foods you buy? How ‘carbon friendly’ is your lifestyle? It would seem that by 2040 your life will not resemble your currrent one at all. Unless of course you have another way of accumulating ‘carbon credits’ to offset your poor lifestyle choices that is. Have a look into your future governed by ‘Carbon Credit’ restraints:
THE DEPARTMENT OF CARBON
The Department of Carbon (CUDC) was build with in the Carbon Union for setting and publishing carbon policies, regulations and incentives. It sets mechanisms to set carbon prices, release and track carbon credits, exam and authorize carbon sequestration tools, collecting carbon bills and approve carbon credit transactions.
Each parities in the Carbon Union has a Department of Carbon branch to manage the carbon emission within the region and will report to the central Department of Carbon.
THE CARBON AGREEMENT
The Carbon Agreement builds upon the Convention and brings nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change and adapt to its effects, with enhanced support to assist developing countries to do so.
The Carbon Agreement deals with greenhouse gas emissions reduction, sequestration, and finance starting in the year 2040. The language of the agreement was negotiated by representatives of 175 parties at the 36th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Shanghai. The Agreement aims to respond to the global climate change threat by closing the gap between the industry carbon reduction plan and a carbon sustainable life this century and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further.
GLOBAL CARBON GOAL
The goal is to use the collective citizen’s power to make up the huge gap between the industry’s carbon reduction plan and carbon sustainable life.
The gap between current carbon emissions and the Paris Climate Accord was made smaller by factories though carbon cap and trade, technologies inventions and carbon management. What if individuals can similarly reach the carbon emission goal through a personal carbon cap and trade, new technology innovations and personal carbon management? For those challenges The collective and bottom-up power are beyond measure.
NEW CURRENCY – CARBON CREDIT
Within Carbon Union, individuals have to pay for every single gram of carbon dioxide they emit directly or indirectly.
A carbon price has been put on every human activities. This new global currency, called Carbon Credit (emblem on the left), add carbon to the global currency market. Humanity finally steps into the world of Carbon Economy.
PERSONAL CARBON CAP & BILL
Every Carbon Union citizen now has a 5.5kg daily carbon cap, which means everyone has 5.5 free carbon credits to spend per day.
If citizens exceed their carbon credit caps, they can make up the difference through an expansive monthly payment to the Carbon Union, or they can earn carbon credits by offsetting carbon emissions on their own. The exchange rate between the carbon credit and dollar is one carbon credit equals to one dollar.
Carbon Sustainable Code
The carbon offset LOGO is the code for carbon sustainable products that released by CUDC. Manufacturers who use low carbon solutions in their businesses can put this code on their products and can be sold in lower carbon prices than other products in the market.
Double currency experience
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Every product and activity costs carbon credits, and carbon prices vary depending on the carbon emissions created during cultivation, manufacturing and transportation.
Some products produced in carbon sustainable ways and get a carbon offset logo on its tag. Such as the Carbon Cowboy Beef (image below). The beef provides customers healthier food but sold at much lower carbon prices than other beef in the market, which making it very popular.
Carbon account connect to your credit card
18 Feb, 2041
Every citizen has a carbon balance in their bank account. Every carbon credit payment will be calculated into their carbon balance automatically.
Read all about the Carbon Union here: https://www.thecarbonunion.org/copy-of-the-carbon-union
Reset the Table – The Rockefeller Foundation
What Covid-19 has revealed
The images of the past few months have been both shocking and heartbreaking.
Families out of work and newly struggling with nutrition insecurity waiting in long car lines for a day’s or a week’s worth of food. School nutrition professionals—wearing whatever protective equipment they or their schools could provide—putting their own health at risk to meet the rising demand for food in their communities. Meat and poultry plant workers suffering disproportionate rates of Covid-19 infections while facing mandatory return-to-work orders. And farmers, with none of their usual buyers in a position to purchase, out of economic necessity dumping millions of gallons of milk, onions, beans, eggs, and more.
These images tell a powerful story of the economic and public health consequences of poor nutrition, with 94 percent of deaths from Covid-19 among individuals with an underlying condition, the majority of which are diet-related. They tell an equally powerful story of a food system struggling to respond to the disruptions wrought by Covid-19.
This 3D-printed steak could help us reduce meat consumption
World Economic Forum
- Every year, billions of animals are raised and slaughtered for food.
- This uses huge amounts of water and energy.
- Some experts believe alternatives could be better for people and the environment.
Billions of animals are killed for food every year. In fact the total number slaughtered every two years exceeds the number of people that have ever lived.
Whether you’re a keen meat eater or not, there’s no ignoring that its production consumes a huge amount of natural resources: 15,000 litres of water to produce a single kilogram of beef.
Many studies highlight the health benefits of reducing meat consumption too. A report published in the JAMA Internal Medicine found that eating two servings of red meat, processed meat or poultry a week was linked to a 3-7% higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
It’s no surprise, then, that there’s a growing amount of interest in meat alternatives.
A start-up firm in Israel, Redefine Meat, is using industrial-scale 3D-printing to produce a plant-based ‘alt-steak’ that it says has a structure and texture similar to that of the real thing.
Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, the company’s chief executive and co-founder, told Reuters: “We can do the entire cow, not only one part of the cow.”
In 2019, his firm raised $6 million in funding – an indication of how seriously the non-meat meat market is being taken. According to a report in Vox, demand for meat alternatives in the US leapt by 264% while the coronavirus pandemic was raging. Redefine Meat says it expects the category to be worth $140 billion annually by 2030.
Here’s to your health
Eating too much meat – red meat in particular – has been associated with a range of health problems for decades including heart disease and some forms of cancer. It has been linked with obesity too. In the US, over 70% of people are overweight or obese.
In China, meat consumption has grown as economic development has ushered in a series of societal changes. Rapid urbanization and the adoption of so-called Western lifestyle habits, like eating more fast food and meat in general, are two of the more visible examples. Under the surface, there are signs people’s health is starting to suffer.
A McKinsey report from 2019 sums it up by saying: “Alas, as incomes have grown, so too have waistlines. Diets high in protein and fat have taken hold in China, leading to a 10% urban-area obesity rate projected to increase to 25% by 2030 if left unchecked. Obesity is already costing the country more than $93 billion annually, or 1.1% of GDP.”
What is meat anyway?
Meatless meatballs, burgers, sausages and more have been available in supermarkets around the world for decades. They tend to contain things like soy, rice, peas and other vegetables.
The challenge for such products has tended to be that no matter how they taste, their texture doesn’t resemble meat. That’s something the use of 3D-printing technology could overcome, as it creates layers of interwoven fibres that more closely mimic the real thing.
In 2013, meanwhile, a food scientist in the Netherlands hit upon a different approach. Mark Post of the University of Maastricht unveiled a burger grown in a laboratory from cattle stem cells and muscle tissue. At a biochemical level, his burger is made from the same stuff as a regular burger – meat tissues.
But it didn’t come from an animal. Technically it isn’t the flesh and muscle fibre of any cow. Whether or not that means it is meat may be a question for philosophers to ponder.
A route forward
As well as consuming resources, the meat industry generated considerable amounts of greenhouse gas emissions. Compared with the production of a regular meat burger, plant-based alternatives use up to 99% less water, 95% less land, and 90% less emissions, according to the United Nations.
None of which gets us away from the rising global demand for meat. But there are short- and long-term changes that will help address some of these concerns. The UN cites a study undertaken by the University of Michigan, on behalf of the meat-substitute producer Beyond Meat. It suggests that Americans eat, on average, three burgers per week but could “save the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced by 12 million cars, simply by swapping one of those weekly meals with a plant-based alternative.”
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) suggests a series of changes in consumers’ attitude and behaviour will be required to secure a more sustainable global food supply. These include raising awareness among the general public of the importance of tackling food waste: around the world one-third of all food produced ends up in the garbage.
The FAO also calls for a rebalancing of food prices to reflect the total cost of food production and supply. That includes the loss of biodiversity from land-clearance, emissions and pollution, and the consumption of water. And it suggests a reduction in per-capita meat consumption in affluent countries.
In the latest Great Reset dialogue, John Kerry, Jan Vapaavuori, Hilary Cottam, Mohammad Jaafar, Bob Moritz, Geraldine Matchett, Phillip Atiba Goff, Saadia Zahidi and Borge Brende discuss how to rebuild the ‘social contract’ in a world where millions of people have lost their jobs and faith in democracy is under extreme pressure.
The World Economic forum - COVID-19: The Great Reset
“The Great Reset” will be the theme of a unique twin summit to be convened by the World Economic Forum in January 2021. In-person and virtual dialogues will address the need for a more fair, sustainable and resilient future, and a new social contract centred on human dignity, social justice and where societal progress does not fall behind economic development.
Since it made its entry on to the world stage, COVID-19 has torn up the existing script of how to govern countries, live with others, and take part in the global economy in a dramatic way. Professor Schwab and CEO and Founder of the Monthly Barometer Thierry Malleret explore these disruptions in their new book, COVID-19: The Great Reset. The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change.
Take a peak into the future – the year 2030
An article on the World Economic Forum website.
Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better
Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, “our city”. I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.
It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives. One by one all these things became free, so it ended up not making sense for us to own much.
First communication became digitized and free to everyone. Then, when clean energy became free, things started to move quickly. Transportation dropped dramatically in price. It made no sense for us to own cars anymore, because we could call a driverless vehicle or a flying car for longer journeys within minutes. We started transporting ourselves in a much more organized and coordinated way when public transport became easier, quicker and more convenient than the car. Now I can hardly believe that we accepted congestion and traffic jams, not to mention the air pollution from combustion engines. What were we thinking?
Sometimes I use my bike when I go to see some of my friends. I enjoy the exercise and the ride. It kind of gets the soul to come along on the journey. Funny how some things never seem to lose their excitement: walking, biking, cooking, drawing and growing plants. It makes perfect sense and reminds us of how our culture emerged out of a close relationship with nature.
“Environmental problems seem far away”
In our city we don’t pay any rent, because someone else is using our free space whenever we do not need it. My living room is used for business meetings when I am not there.
Once in a while, I will choose to cook for myself. It is easy – the necessary kitchen equipment is delivered at my door within minutes. Since transport became free, we stopped having all those things stuffed into our home. Why keep a pasta-maker and a crepe cooker crammed into our cupboards? We can just order them when we need them.
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This also made the breakthrough of the circular economy easier. When products are turned into services, no one has an interest in things with a short life span. Everything is designed for durability, repairability and recyclability. The materials are flowing more quickly in our economy and can be transformed to new products pretty easily. Environmental problems seem far away, since we only use clean energy and clean production methods. The air is clean, the water is clean and nobody would dare to touch the protected areas of nature because they constitute such value to our well being. In the cities we have plenty of green space and plants and trees all over. I still do not understand why in the past we filled all free spots in the city with concrete.
The death of shopping
Shopping? I can’t really remember what that is. For most of us, it has been turned into choosing things to use. Sometimes I find this fun, and sometimes I just want the algorithm to do it for me. It knows my taste better than I do by now.
When AI and robots took over so much of our work, we suddenly had time to eat well, sleep well and spend time with other people. The concept of rush hour makes no sense anymore, since the work that we do can be done at any time. I don’t really know if I would call it work anymore. It is more like thinking-time, creation-time and development-time.
For a while, everything was turned into entertainment and people did not want to bother themselves with difficult issues. It was only at the last minute that we found out how to use all these new technologies for better purposes than just killing time.
“They live different kinds of lives outside of the city”
My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.
Once in awhile I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. No where I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.
All in all, it is a good life. Much better than the path we were on, where it became so clear that we could not continue with the same model of growth. We had all these terrible things happening: lifestyle diseases, climate change, the refugee crisis, environmental degradation, completely congested cities, water pollution, air pollution, social unrest and unemployment. We lost way too many people before we realised that we could do things differently.
Author’s note: Some people have read this blog as my utopia or dream of the future. It is not. It is a scenario showing where we could be heading – for better and for worse. I wrote this piece to start a discussion about some of the pros and cons of the current technological development. When we are dealing with the future, it is not enough to work with reports. We should start discussions in many new ways. This is the intention with this piece.
Ida Auken, Member of Parliament, Parliament of Denmark (Folketinget)
The views expressed in this article are those of the author alone and not the World Economic Forum.
Beware of the ‘secular righteousness’ of the United Nations Sustainable Development plan which is only a veneer and is opposed to the righteousness of the Almighty Creator, YHWH .
There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.
For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.
Below I have included some interesting videos from International best-selling author, Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA. He has been very outspoken on the deceit of this fake pandemic and how the puppet masters are mind-controlling the population.
His Youtube channel is well worth a visit for more insightful content.
You may also be amazed at the incredible list of endorsements for Vernon listed on his website. http://www.vernoncoleman.com
Here is a sample to illustrate his credibility:
“Britain’s leading health care campaigner” (The Sun)
“Dr Vernon Coleman is one of our most enlightened, trenchant and sensible dispensers
of medical advice.” (The Observer)
“Sharpest mind in medical journalism.” (Daily Star)
“His message is important.” (The Economist)
“Perhaps the best known health writer in the world today” (The Therapist)
“Probably one of the most brilliant men alive.” (Irish Times)
“The patient’s champion.” (Birmingham Post)
“Britain’s leading medical author.” (The Star)
‘We Are Victims of the Greatest Crime in History‘ – Dr Vernon Coleman
Videos - International best-selling author, Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA
The New World Order is Already Launched
Corona World Order
Some are suggesting that the current crisis is the end of globalization, or that it will wipe out the New World Order altogether . . . but they are wrong. In fact, this crisis is the globalists’ dream, and what we are witnessing is the birth of a totalitarian control grid the likes of which could scarcely have been imagined before this pandemic panic kicked off. Welcome to the Corona World Order.
Global Nightmare: Staying Sane During the Madness
International best-selling author, Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA, explains why paranoia is now the only way to live. He points out that mask wearing collaborators are ignorant and don’t understand what is happening. He gives some shocking facts about GlaxoSmithKline, the vaccine and drug manufacturer, and explains the plans for a Global Church as well as a Global Government. He also gives advice for those who don’t want to wear masks in public.
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