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Klaus Schwab & His Great Fascist Reset

Winter Oak

Born in Ravensburg in 1938, Klaus Schwab is a child of Adolf Hitler’s Germany, a police-state regime built on fear and violence, on brainwashing and control, on propaganda and lies, on industrialism and eugenics, on dehumanisation and “disinfection”, on a chilling and grandiose vision of a “new order” that would last a thousand years.

Schwab seems to have dedicated his life to reinventing that nightmare and to trying to turn it into a reality not just for Germany but for the whole world.

Worse still, as his own words confirm time and time again, his technocratic fascist vision is also a twisted transhumanist one, which will merge humans with machines in “curious mixes of digital-and-analog life”, which will infect our bodies with “Smart Dust” and in which the police will apparently be able to read our brains.

And, as we will see, he and his accomplices are using the Covid-19 crisis to bypass democratic accountability, to override opposition, to accelerate their agenda and to impose it on the rest of humankind against our will in what he terms a “Great Reset“.

Schwab is not, of course, a Nazi in the classic sense, being neither a nationalist nor an anti-semite, as testified by the $1 million Dan David Prize he was awarded by Israel in 2004.

But 21st century fascism has found different political forms through which to continue its core project of reshaping humanity to suit capitalism through blatantly authoritarian means.

This new fascism is today being advanced in the guise of global governance, biosecurity, the “New Normal”, the “New Deal for Nature” and the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.

Schwab, the octogenarian founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, sits at the centre of this matrix like a spider on a giant web.

The original fascist project, in Italy and Germany, was all about a merger of state and business.

While communism envisages the take-over of business and industry by the government, which – theoretically! – acts in the interests of the people, fascism was all about using the state to protect and advance the interests of the wealthy elite.

Schwab was continuing this approach in a denazified post-WW2 context, when in 1971 he founded the European Management Forum, which held annual meetings at Davos in Switzerland.

Here he promoted his ideology of “stakeholder” capitalism in which businesses were brought into closer co-operation with government.

“Stakeholder capitalism” is described by Forbes business magazine as:

the notion that a firm focuses on meeting the needs of all its stakeholders: customers, employees, partners, the community, and society as a whole.”

Even in the context of a particular business, it is invariably an empty label. As the Forbes article notes, it actually only means that “firms can go on privately shoveling money to their shareholders and executives, while maintaining a public front of exquisite social sensitivity and exemplary altruism”.

But in a general social context, the stakeholder concept is even more nefarious, discarding any idea of democracy, rule by the people, in favour of rule by corporate interests.

Society is no longer regarded as a living community but as a business, whose profitability is the sole valid aim of human activity.

Schwab set out this agenda back in 1971, in his book Moderne Unternehmensführung im Maschinenbau (Modern Enterprise Management in Mechanical Engineering), where his use of the term “stakeholders” (die Interessenten) effectively redefined human beings not as citizens, free individuals or members of communities, but as secondary participants in a massive commercial enterprise.

The aim of each and every person’s life was “to achieve long-term growth and prosperity” for this enterprise – in other words, to protect and increase the wealth of the capitalist elite.

This all became even clearer in 1987, when Schwab renamed his European Management Forum the World Economic Forum.

The WEF describes itself on its own website as “the global platform for public-private cooperation”, with admirers describing how it creates “partnerships between businessmen, politicians, intellectuals and other leaders of society to ‘define, discuss and advance key issues on the global agenda’.”

The “partnerships” which the WEF creates are aimed at replacing democracy with a global leadership of hand-picked and unelected individuals whose duty is not to serve the public, but to impose the rule of the 1% on that public with as little interference from the rest of us as possible.

In the books Schwab writes for public consumption, he expresses himself in the two-faced clichés of corporate spin and greenwashing.

The same empty terms are dished up time and time again. In Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: A Guide to Building a Better World Schwab talks of “the inclusion of stakeholders and the distribution of benefits” and of “sustainable and inclusive partnerships” which will lead us all to an “inclusive, sustainable and prosperous future”! [1]

Behind this bluster, the real motivation behind his “stakeholder capitalism”, which he was still relentlessly promoting at the WEF’s 2020 Davos conference, is profit and exploitation.

For instance, in his 2016 book The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Schwab writes about the Uberisation of work and the consequent advantages for companies, particularly fast-growing start-ups in the digital economy:

As human cloud platforms classify workers as self-employed, they are—for the moment—free of the requirement to pay minimum wages, employer taxes and social benefits”. [2]

The same capitalist callousness shines through in his attitude towards people nearing the end of their working lives and in need of a well-deserved rest:

Aging is an economic challenge because unless retirement ages are drastically increased so that older members of society can continue to contribute to the workforce (an economic imperative that has many economic benefits), the working-age population falls at the same time as the percentage of dependent elders increases”.[2]

Everything in this world is reduced to economic challenges, economic imperatives and economic benefits for the ruling capitalist class.

The myth of Progress has long been used by the 1% to persuade people to accept the technologies designed to exploit and control us and Schwab plays on this when he declares that “the Fourth Industrial Revolution represents a significant source of hope for continuing the climb in human development that has resulted in dramatic increases in quality of life for billions of people since 1800”.[2]

He enthuses:

While it may not feel momentous to those of us experiencing a series of small but significant adjustments to life on a daily basis, it is not a minor change—the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a new chapter in human development, on a par with the first, second and third Industrial Revolutions, and once again driven by the increasing availability and interaction of a set of extraordinary technologies.[1]

But he is well aware that technology is not ideologically neutral, as some like to claim. Technologies and societies shape each other, he says.

After all, technologies are tied up in how we know things, how we make decisions, and how we think about ourselves and each other. They are connected to our identities, worldviews and potential futures. From nuclear technologies to the space race, smartphones, social media, cars, medicine and infrastructure—the meaning of technologies makes them political. Even the concept of a ‘developed’ nation implicitly rests on the adoption of technologies and what they mean for us, economically and socially.[1]

Technology, for the capitalists behind it, has never been about social good but purely about profit, and Schwab makes it quite clear that the same remains true of his Fourth Industrial Revolution.

He enthuses:

Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies are truly disruptive—they upend existing ways of sensing, calculating, organizing, acting and delivering. They represent entirely new ways of creating value for organizations and citizens”.[1]

In case the meaning of “creating value” was not clear, he gives some examples: “Drones represent a new type of cost-cutting employee working among us and performing jobs that once involved real people”[1] and “the use of ever-smarter algorithms is rapidly extending employee productivity—for example, in the use of chat bots to augment (and, increasingly, replace) ‘live chat’ support for customer interactions”.[1]

Schwab goes into some detail about the cost-cutting, profit-boosting marvels of his brave new world in The Fourth Industrial Revolution.

He explains:

Sooner than most anticipate, the work of professions as different as lawyers, financial analysts, doctors, journalists, accountants, insurance underwriters or librarians may be partly or completely automated…
[…]
The technology is progressing so fast that Kristian Hammond, cofounder of Narrative Science, a company specializing in automated narrative generation, forecasts that by the mid-2020s, 90% of news could be generated by an algorithm, most of it without any kind of human intervention (apart from the design of the algorithm, of course).[2]

It is this economic imperative that informs Schwab’s enthusiasm for “a revolution that is fundamentally changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another”.[2]

Schwab waxes lyrical about the 4IR, which he insists is “unlike anything humankind has experienced before”.[2]

He gushes:

Consider the unlimited possibilities of having billions of people connected by mobile devices, giving rise to unprecedented processing power, storage capabilities and knowledge access. Or think about the staggering confluence of emerging technology breakthroughs, covering wide-ranging fields such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage and quantum computing, to name a few. Many of these innovations are in their infancy, but they are already reaching an inflection point in their development as they build on and amplify each other in a fusion of technologies across the physical, digital and biological worlds.[2]

He also looks forward to more online education, involving “the use of virtual and augmented reality” to “dramatically improve educational outcomes” [1], to sensors “installed in homes, clothes and accessories, cities, transport and energy networks” [2] and to smart cities, with their all-important “data platforms”.[2]

“All things will be smart and connected to the internet”, says Schwab, and this will extend to animals, as “sensors wired in cattle can communicate to each other through a mobile phone network”.[2]

He loves the idea of “smart cell factories” which could enable “the accelerated generation of vaccines” [1] and “big-data technologies”.[2]

These, he ensures us, will “deliver new and innovative ways to service citizens and customers”[2] and we will have to stop objecting to businesses profiting from harnessing and selling information about every aspect of our personal lives.

“Establishing trust in the data and algorithms used to make decisions will be vital,” insists Schwab. “Citizen concerns over privacy and establishing accountability in business and legal structures will require adjustments in thinking”.[2]

At the end of the day it is clear that all this technological excitement revolves purely around profit, or “value” as Schwab prefers to term it in his 21st century corporate newspeak.

Thus blockchain technology will be fantastic and provoke “an explosion in tradable assets, as all kinds of value exchange can be hosted on the blockchain”.[2]

The use of distributed ledger technology, adds Schwab, “could be the driving force behind massive flows of value in digital products and services, providing secure digital identities that can make new markets accessible to anyone connected to the internet”. [1]

In general, the interest of the 4IR for the ruling business elite is that it will “create entirely new sources of value” [1] and “give rise to ecosystems of value creation that are impossible to imagine with a mindset stuck in the third Industrial Revolution”. [1]

The technologies of the 4IR, rolled out via 5G, pose unprecedented threats to our freedom, as Schwab concedes:

The tools of the fourth industrial revolution enable new forms of surveillance and other means of control that run counter to healthy, open societies.”[2]

But this does not stop him presenting them in a positive light, as when he declares that “public crime is likely to decrease due to the convergence of sensors, cameras, AI and facial recognition software”. [1]

He describes with some relish how these technologies “can intrude into the hitherto private space of our minds, reading our thoughts and influencing our behavior”. [1]

Schwab predicts:

As capabilities in this area improve, the temptation for law enforcement agencies and courts to use techniques to determine the likelihood of criminal activity, assess guilt or even possibly retrieve memories directly from people’s brains will increase. Even crossing a national border might one day involve a detailed brain scan to assess an individual’s security risk”. [1]

There are times when the WEF chief gets carried away by his passion for a sci-fi future in which “long-distance human space travel and nuclear fusion are commonplace”[1] and in which “the next trending business model” might involve someone “trading access to his or her thoughts for the time-saving option of typing a social media post by thought alone”.[1]

Talk of “space tourism” under the title “The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the final frontier” [1] is almost funny, as is his suggestion that “a world full of drones offers a world full of possibilities”.[1]

But the further the reader progresses into the world depicted in Schwab’s books, the less of a laughing matter it all seems.

The truth is that this highly influential figure, at the centre of the new global order currently being established, is an out-and-out transhumanist who dreams of an end to natural healthy human life and community.

Schwab repeats this message time and time again, as if to be sure we have been duly warned.

The mind-boggling innovations triggered by the fourth industrial revolution, from biotechnology to AI, are redefining what it means to be human,” [2]

The future will challenge our understanding of what it means to be human, from both a biological and a social standpoint”.[1]

Already, advances in neurotechnologies and biotechnologies are forcing us to question what it means to be human”.[1]

He spells it out in more detail in Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution[1]:

Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies will not stop at becoming part of the physical world around us—they will become part of us. Indeed, some of us already feel that our smartphones have become an extension of ourselves. Today’s external devices—from wearable computers to virtual reality headsets—will almost certainly become implantable in our bodies and brains. Exoskeletons and prosthetics will increase our physical power, while advances in neurotechnology enhance our cognitive abilities.

We will become better able to manipulate our own genes, and those of our children. These developments raise profound questions: Where do we draw the line between human and machine? What does it mean to be human?

A whole section of this book is devoted to the theme “Altering the Human Being”. Here he drools over “the ability of new technologies to literally become part of us” and invokes a cyborg future involving “curious mixes of digital-and-analog life that will redefine our very natures”. [1]

He writes:

These technologies will operate within our own biology and change how we interface with the world. They are capable of crossing the boundaries of body and mind, enhancing our physical abilities, and even having a lasting impact on life itself.”[1]

No violation seems to go too far for Schwab, who dreams of “active implantable microchips that break the skin barrier of our bodies”, “smart tattoos”, “biological computing” and “custom-designed organisms”.[1]

He is delighted to report that “sensors, memory switches and circuits can be encoded in common human gut bacteria”,[1] that “Smart Dust, arrays of full computers with antennas, each much smaller than a grain of sand, can now organize themselves inside the body” and that “implanted devices will likely also help to communicate thoughts normally expressed verbally through a ‘built-in’ smartphone, and potentially unexpressed thoughts or moods by reading brain waves and other signals”.[1]

“Synthetic biology” is on the horizon in Schwab’s 4IR world, giving the technocratic capitalist rulers of the world “the ability to customize organisms by writing DNA”.[2]

The idea of neurotechnologies, in which humans will have fully artificial memories implanted in the brain, is enough to make some of us feel faintly sick, as is “the prospect of connecting our brains to VR through cortical modems, implants or nanobots”.[1]

It is of little comfort to learn that this is all – of course! – in the greater interests of capitalist profiteering since it “heralds new industries and systems for value creation” and “represents an opportunity to create entire new systems of value in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.[1]

And what about “the bioprinting of organic tissues” [1] or the suggestion that “animals could potentially be engineered to produce pharmaceuticals and other forms of treatment”? [2]

Ethical objections, anyone?

It’s all evidently good for Schwab, who is happy to announce:

The day when cows are engineered to produce in its [sic] milk a blood-clotting element, which hemophiliacs lack, is not far off. Researchers have already started to engineer the genomes of pigs with the goal of growing organs suitable for human transplantation”.[2]

It gets even more disturbing. Ever since the sinister eugenics programme of the Nazi Germany into which Schwab was born, this science has been deemed beyond the pale by human society.

But now, however, he evidently feels eugenics is due a revival, announcing with regard to genetic editing:

That it is now far easier to manipulate with precision the human genome within viable embryos means that we are likely to see the advent of designer babies in the future who possess particular traits or who are resistant to a specific disease.”[2]

In the notorious 2002 transhumanist treatise I, Cyborg, Kevin Warwick predicts:

Humans will be able to evolve by harnessing the super-intelligence and extra abilities offered by the machines of the future, by joining with them. All this points to the development of a new human species, known in the science-fiction world as ‘cyborgs’. It doesn’t mean that everyone has to become a cyborg. If you are happy with your state as a human then so be it, you can remain as you are. But be warned – just as we humans split from our chimpanzee cousins years ago, so cyborgs will split from humans. Those who remain as humans are likely to become a sub-species. They will, effectively, be the chimpanzees of the future. [3]

Schwab seems to be hinting at the same future of a “superior” enhanced artificial transhuman elite separating from the natural-born rabble, in this particularly damning passage from 4IR:

We are at the threshold of a radical systemic change that requires human beings to adapt continuously. As a result, we may witness an increasing degree of polarization in the world, marked by those who embrace change versus those who resist it.

This gives rise to an inequality that goes beyond the societal one described earlier. This ontological inequality will separate those who adapt from those who resist—the material winners and losers in all senses of the words.

The winners may even benefit from some form of radical human improvement generated by certain segments of the fourth industrial revolution (such as genetic engineering) from which the losers will be deprived. This risks creating class conflicts and other clashes unlike anything we have seen before.[2]

Schwab was already talking about a “great transformation” back in 2016[2] and is clearly determined to do everything in his not inconsiderable power to bring about his eugenics-inspired transhumanist world of artifice, surveillance, control and exponential profit.

But, as revealed by his reference above to “class conflicts”, he is clearly worried by the possibility of “societal resistance”[1] and how to advance “if technologies receive a great deal of resistance from the public”.[1]

Schwab’s annual WEF shindigs at Davos have long been met by anti-capitalist protests and, despite the current paralysis of the radical left, he is well aware of the possibility of renewed and perhaps broader opposition to his project, with the risk of “resentment, fear and political backlash”.[1]

In his most recent book he provides a historical context, noting that “antiglobalization was strong in the run-up to 1914 and up to 1918, then less so during the 1920s, but it reignited in the 1930s as a result of the Great Depression”. [4]

He notes that in the early 2000s “the political and societal backlash against globalization relentlessly gained strength”,[4] says that “social unrest” has been widespread across the world in the past two years, citing the Gilets Jaunes in France among other movements, and invokes the “sombre scenario” that “the same could happen again”.[4]

So how is an honest technocrat supposed to roll out his preferred future for the world without the agreement of the global public? How can Schwab and his billionaire friends impose their favoured society on the rest of us?

One answer is relentless brainwashing propaganda churned out by the mass media and academia owned by the 1% elite – what they like to call “a narrative”.

For Schwab, the reluctance of the majority of humankind to leap aboard his 4IR express reflects the tragedy that:

the world lacks a consistent, positive and common narrative that outlines the opportunities and challenges of the fourth industrial revolution, a narrative that is essential if we are to empower a diverse set of individuals and communities and avoid a popular backlash against the fundamental changes under way”.[2]

He adds:

It is, therefore, critical that we invest attention and energy in multistakeholder cooperation across academic, social, political, national and industry boundaries. These interactions and collaborations are needed to create positive, common and hope-filled narratives, enabling individuals and groups from all parts of the world to participate in, and benefit from, the ongoing transformations.”[2]

One of these “narratives” whitewashes the reasons for which 4IR technology needs to be installed everywhere in the world as soon as possible.

Schwab is frustrated that “more than half of the world’s population—around 3.9 billion people—still cannot access the internet”,[1] with 85% of the population of developing countries remaining offline and therefore out of reach, as compared to 22% in the developed world.

The actual aim of the 4IR is to exploit these populations for profit via global techno-imperialism, but of course that cannot be stated in the propaganda “narrative” required to sell the plan.

Instead, their mission has to be presented, as Schwab himself does, as a bid to “develop technologies and systems that serve to distribute economic and social values such as income, opportunity and liberty to all stakeholders”.[1]

He piously postures as a guardian of woke liberal values, declaring:

Thinking inclusively goes beyond thinking about poverty or marginalized communities simply as an aberration—something that we can solve. It forces us to realize that ‘our privileges are located on the same map as their suffering’. It moves beyond income and entitlements, though these remain important. Instead, the inclusion of stakeholders and the distribution of benefits expand freedoms for all.”[1]

The same technique, of a fake “narrative” designed to fool good-thinking citizens into supporting an imperialist capitalist scheme, has been used extensively with regard to climate change.

Schwab is a great fan of Greta Thunberg, of course, who had barely stood up from the pavement after her one-girl protest in Stockholm before being whisked off to address the WEF at Davos.

He is also a supporter of the proposed global New Deal for Nature, particularly via Voice for the Planet, which was launched at the WEF in Davos in 2019 by the Global Shapers, a youth-grooming organisation created by Schwab in 2011 and aptly described by investigative journalist Cory Morningstar as “a grotesque display of corporate malfeasance disguised as good”.

In his 2020 book, Schwab actually lays out the way that fake “youth activism” is being used to advance his capitalist aims.

He writes, in a remarkably frank passage:

Youth activism is increasing worldwide, being revolutionized by social media that increases mobilization to an extent that would have been impossible before. It takes many different forms, ranging from non-institutionalized political participation to demonstrations and protests, and addresses issues as diverse as climate change, economic reforms, gender equality and LGBTQ rights. The young generation is firmly at the vanguard of social change. There is little doubt that it will be the catalyst for change and a source of critical momentum for the Great Reset.[4]

In fact, of course, the ultra-industrial future proposed by Schwab is anything other than green. It’s not nature he’s interested in, but “natural capital” and “incentivizing investment in green and social frontier markets”.[4]

Pollution means profit and environmental crisis is just another business opportunity, as he details in The Fourth Industrial Revolution:

In this revolutionary new industrial system, carbon dioxide turns from a greenhouse pollutant into an asset, and the economics of carbon capture and storage move from being cost as well as pollution sinks to becoming profitable carbon-capture and use-production facilities. Even more important, it will help companies, governments and citizens become more aware of and engaged with strategies to actively regenerate natural capital, allowing intelligent and regenerative uses of natural capital to guide sustainable production and consumption and give space for biodiversity to recover in threatened areas.[2]

Schwab’s “solutions” to the heart-breaking damage inflicted on our natural world by industrial capitalism involve more of the same poison, except worse.

Geoengineering is one of his favourites:

Proposals include installing giant mirrors in the stratosphere to deflect the sun’s rays, chemically seeding the atmosphere to increase rainfall and the deployment of large machines to remove carbon dioxide from the air.”[1]

And he adds:

New approaches are currently being imagined through the combination of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, such as nanoparticles and other advanced materials.”[1]

Like all the businesses and pro-capitalist NGOs backing the threatened New Deal for Nature, Schwab is utterly and profoundly ungreen.

For him, the “ultimate possibility” of “clean” and “sustainable” energy includes nuclear fusion[1] and he looks forward to the day when satellites will “blanket the planet with communications pathways that could help connect the more than 4 billion people still lacking online access”.[1]

Schwab also very much regrets all that red tape preventing the unhindered onward march of GM food, warning that:

global food security will only be achieved, however, if regulations on genetically modified foods are adapted to reflect the reality that gene editing offers a precise, efficient and safe method of improving crops.”[1]

The new order envisaged by Schwab will embrace the entire world and so global governance is required in order to impose it, as he repeatedly states.

His preferred future “will only come about through improved global governance”[4] he insists. “Some form of effective global governance”[4] is needed.

The problem we have today is that of a possible “global order deficit”,[4] he claims, adding improbably that the World Health Organization “is saddled with limited and dwindling resources”.[4]

What he is really saying is that his 4IR/great reset society will only function if it imposed simultaneously everywhere on the planet, otherwise “we will become paralysed in our attempts to address and respond to global challenges”.[4]

He admits:

In a nutshell, global governance is at the nexus of all these other issues.”[4]

This all-englobing empire very much frowns on the idea of any particular population democratically deciding to take another path. These “risk becoming isolated from global norms, putting these nations at risk of becoming the laggards of the new digital economy”,[2] warns Schwab.

Any sense of autonomy and grassroots belonging is regarded as a threat from Schwab’s imperialist perspective and is due to be eradicated under the 4IR.

He writes:

Individuals used to identify their lives most closely with a place, an ethnic group, a particular culture or even a language. The advent of online engagement and increased exposure to ideas from other cultures means that identities are now more fungible than previously… Thanks to the combination of historical migration patterns and low-cost connectivity, family structures are being redefined.[2]

Genuine democracy essentially falls into the same category for Schwab. He knows that most people will not willingly go along with plans to destroy their lives and enslave them to a global techno-fascist system of exploitation, so giving them a say in the matter is simply not an option.

This is why the “stakeholder” concept has been so important for Schwab’s project. As discussed above, this is the negation of democracy, with its emphasis instead on “reaching out across stakeholder groups for solution building”.[1]

If the public, the people, are included in this process it is only at a superficial level. The agenda has already been pre-supposed and the decisions pre-made behind the scenes.

Schwab effectively admits as much when he writes:

We must re-establish a dialogue among all stakeholders to ensure mutual understanding that further builds a culture of trust among regulators, non-governmental organizations, professionals and scientists. The public must also be considered, because it must participate in the democratic shaping of biotechnological developments that affect society, individuals and cultures.[1]

So the public must “also” be considered, as an afterthought. Not even directly consulted, just “considered”! And the role of the people, the demos, will merely be to “participate” in the “shaping” of biotechnological developments.

The possibility of the public actually rejecting the very idea of biotechnological developments has been entirely removed thanks to the deliberately in-built assumptions of the stakeholder formula.

The same message is implied in the heading of Schwab’s conclusion to Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: “What You Can Do to Shape the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.[1] The techno-tyranny cannot challenged or stopped, merely “shaped”.

Schwab uses the term “systems leadership” to describe the profoundly anti-democratic way in which the 1% imposes its agenda on us all, without giving us the chance to say ‘no’.

He writes:

Systems leadership is about cultivating a shared vision for change—working together with all stakeholders of global society—and then acting on it to change how the system delivers its benefits, and to whom. Systems leadership requires action from all stakeholders, including individuals, business executives, social influencers and policy-makers”.[1]

He refers to this full-spectrum top-down control as “the system management of human existence”[1] although others might prefer the term “totalitarianism”.

One of the distinguishing features of historical fascism in Italy and Germany was its impatience with the inconvenient restraints imposed on the ruling class (“the Nation” in fascist language) by democracy and political liberalism.

All of this had to be swept out of the way to allow a Blitzkrieg of accelerated “modernisation”.

We see the same spirit resurging in Schwab’s calls for “agile governance” in which he claims that “the pace of technological development and a number of characteristics of technologies render previous policy-making cycles and processes inadequate”.[1]

He writes:

The idea of reforming governance models to cope with new technologies is not new, but the urgency of doing so is far greater in light of the power of today’s emerging technologies… the concept of agile governance seeks to match the nimbleness, fluidity, flexibility and adaptiveness of the technologies themselves and the private-sector actors adopting them”.[1]

The phrase “reforming governance models to cope with new technologies” really gives the game away here. As under fascism, social structures must be reinvented so as to accommodate the requirements of capitalism and its profit-increasing technologies.

Schwab explains that his “agile governance” would involve creating so-called policy labs – “protected spaces within government with an explicit mandate to experiment with new methods of policy development by using agile principles” – and “encouraging collaborations between governments and businesses to create ‘developtory sandboxes’ and ‘experimental testbeds’ to develop regulations using iterative, cross-sectoral and flexible approaches”.[1]

For Schwab, the role of the state is to advance capitalist aims, not to hold them up to any form of scrutiny. While he is all in favour of the state’s role in enabling a corporate take-over of our lives, he is less keen about its regulatory function, which might slow down the inflow of profit into private hands, and so he envisages “the development of ecosystems of private regulators, competing in markets”.[1]

In his 2018 book, Schwab discusses the problem of pesky regulations and how best to “overcome these limits” in the context of data and privacy.

He comes up with the suggestion of

public-private data-sharing agreements that ‘break glass in case of emergency’. These come into play only under pre-agreed emergency circumstances (such as a pandemic) and can help reduce delays and improve the coordination of first responders, temporarily allowing data sharing that would be illegal under normal circumstances.” [1]

Funnily enough, two years later there was indeed a “pandemic” and these “pre-agreed emergency circumstances” became a reality.

This shouldn’t have been too much of a surprise for Schwab, since his WEF had co-hosted the infamous Event 201 conference in October 2019, which modelled a fictional coronavirus pandemic.

And he wasted little time in bringing out a new book, Covid-19: The Great Reset, co-authored with Thierry Malleret, who runs something called the Monthly Barometer, “a succinct predictive analysis provided to private investors, global CEOs and opinion- and decision-makers”.[4]

Published in July 2020, the book sets out to advance “conjectures and ideas about what the post-pandemic world might, and perhaps should, look like”.[4]

Schwab and Malleret admit that Covid-19 is “one of the least deadly pandemics the world has experienced over the last 2000 years”, adding that “the consequences of COVID-19 in terms of health and mortality will be mild compared to previous pandemics”.[4]

They add:

It does not constitute an existential threat, or a shock that will leave its imprint on the world’s population for decades.” [4]

Yet, incredibly, this “mild” illness is simultaneously presented as the excuse for unprecedented social change under the banner of “The Great Reset”!

And although they explicitly declare that Covid-19 does not constitute a major “shock”, the authors repeatedly deploy the same term to describe the broader impact of the crisis.

Schwab and Malleret place Covid-19 in a long tradition of events which have facilitated sudden and significant changes to our societies.

They specifically invoke the Second World War:

World War II was the quintessential transformational war, triggering not only fundamental changes to the global order and the global economy, but also entailing radical shifts in social attitudes and beliefs that eventually paved the way for radically new policies and social contract provisions (like women joining the workforce before becoming voters).

There are obviously fundamental dissimilarities between a pandemic and a war (that we will consider in some detail in the following pages), but the magnitude of their transformative power is comparable. Both have the potential to be a transformative crisis of previously unimaginable proportions”.[4]

They also join many contemporary “conspiracy theorists” in making a direct comparison between Covid-19 and 9/11:

This is what happened after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001. All around the world, new security measures like employing widespread cameras, requiring electronic ID cards and logging employees or visitors in and out became the norm. At that time, these measures were deemed extreme, but today they are used everywhere and considered ‘normal’”.[4]

When any tyrant declares the right to rule over a population without taking their views into account, they like to justify their dictatorship with the claim that they are morally entitled to do so because they are “enlightened”.

The same is true of the Covid-fuelled tyranny of Schwab’s great reset, which the book categorises as “enlightened leadership”, adding:

Some leaders and decision-makers who were already at the forefront of the fight against climate change may want to take advantage of the shock inflicted by the pandemic to implement long-lasting and wider environmental changes. They will, in effect, make ‘good use’ of the pandemic by not letting the crisis go to waste”.[4]

The global capitalist ruling elite have certainly been doing their best to “take advantage of the shock inflicted by the panic”, assuring us all since the very earliest days of the outbreak that, for some unfathomable reason, nothing in our lives could ever be the same again.

Schwab and Malleret are, inevitably, enthusiastic in their use of the New Normal framing, despite their admission that the virus was only ever “mild”.

“It is our defining moment”, they crow. “Many things will change forever”. “A new world will emerge”. “The societal upheaval unleashed by COVID-19 will last for years, and possibly generations”.

Many of us are pondering when things will return to normal. The short response is: never.”

They even go as far as proposing a new historical separation between “the pre-pandemic era” and “the post-pandemic world”.[4]

They write:

Radical changes of such consequence are coming that some pundits have referred to a ‘before coronavirus’ (BC) and ‘after coronavirus’ (AC) era. We will continue to be surprised by both the rapidity and unexpected nature of these changes – as they conflate with each other, they will provoke second-, third-, fourth- and more-order consequences, cascading effects and unforeseen outcomes. In so doing, they will shape a ‘new normal’ radically different from the one we will be progressively leaving behind. Many of our beliefs and assumptions about what the world could or should look like will be shattered in the process.[4]

Back in 2016, Schwab was looking ahead to “new ways of using technology to change behavior”[2] and predicting:

The scale and breadth of the unfolding technological revolution will usher in economic, social and cultural changes of such phenomenal proportions that they are almost impossible to envisage”.[2]

One way in which he had hoped his technocratic agenda would be advanced was, as we have noted, through the phoney “solutions” to climate change proposed by fake green capitalists.

Under the title “environmental reset”, Schwab and Malleret state:

At first glance, the pandemic and the environment might seem to be only distantly related cousins; but they are much closer and more intertwined than we think.” [4]

One of the connections is that both the climate and virus “crises” have been used by the WEF and their like to push their agenda of global governance. As Schwab and his co-author put it, “they are global in nature and therefore can only be properly addressed in a globally coordinated fashion”.[4]

Another link is the way that the “the post-pandemic economy” and “the green economy”[4] involve massive profits for largely the same sectors of big business.

Covid-19 has evidently been great news for those capitalists hoping to cash in on environmental destruction, with Schwab and Malleret reporting:

The conviction that ESG strategies benefited from the pandemic and are most likely to benefit further is corroborated by various surveys and reports. Early data shows that the sustainability sector outperformed conventional funds during the first quarter of 2020.”[4]

The capitalist sharks of the so-called “sustainability sector” are rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of all the money they stand to make from the Covid-pretexted great fascist reset, in which the state is instrumentalised to fund their hypocritical profiteering.

Note Schwab and Malleret:

The key to crowding private capital into new sources of nature-positive economic value will be to shift key policy levers and public finance incentives as part of a wider economic reset”.[4]

A policy paper prepared by Systemiq in collaboration with the World Economic Forum estimates that building the nature-positive economy could represent more than $10 trillion per year by 2030… Resetting the environment should not be seen as a cost, but rather as an investment that will generate economic activity and employment opportunities.” [4]

Given the intertwining of climate and Covid crises set out by Schwab, we might speculate that the original plan was to push through the New Normal reset on the back of the climate crisis.

But evidently, all that publicity for Greta Thunberg and big business-backed Extinction Rebellion did not whip up enough public panic to justify such measures.

Covid-19 serves Schwab’s purposes perfectly, as the immediate urgency it presents allows the whole process to be speeded up and rushed through without due scrutiny.

This crucial difference between the respective time-horizons of a pandemic and that of climate change and nature loss means that a pandemic risk requires immediate action that will be followed by a rapid result, while climate change and nature loss also require immediate action, but the result (or ‘future reward’, in the jargon of economists) will only follow with a certain time lag.[4]

For Schwab and his friends, Covid-19 is the great accelerator of everything they have been wanting to foist upon us for years.

As he and Malleret say:

The pandemic is clearly exacerbating and accelerating geopolitical trends that were already apparent before the crisis erupted.” [4]

The pandemic will mark a turning point by accelerating this transition. It has crystallized the issue and made a return to the pre-pandemic status quo impossible.” [4]

They can barely conceal their delight at the direction society is now taking:

The pandemic will accelerate innovation even more, catalysing technological changes already under way (comparable to the exacerbation effect it has had on other underlying global and domestic issues) and ‘turbocharging’ any digital business or the digital dimension of any business.[4]
[…]
With the pandemic, the ‘digital transformation’ that so many analysts have been referring to for years, without being exactly sure what it meant, has found its catalyst. One major effect of confinement will be the expansion and progression of the digital world in a decisive and often permanent manner.

In April 2020, several tech leaders observed how quickly and radically the necessities created by the health crisis had precipitated the adoption of a wide range of technologies. In the space of just one month, it appeared that many companies in terms of tech take-up fast-forwarded by several years.[4]

Fate is obviously smiling on Klaus Schwab as this Covid-19 crisis has, happily, succeeded in advancing pretty much every aspect of the agenda he has been promoting over the decades.

Thus he and Malleret report with satisfaction that “the pandemic will fast-forward the adoption of automation in the workplace and the introduction of more robots in our personal and professional lives”.[4]

Lockdowns across the world have, needless to say, provided a big financial boost to those business offering online shopping.

The authors recount:

Consumers need products and, if they can’t shop, they will inevitably resort to purchasing them online. As the habit kicks in, people who had never shopped online before will become comfortable with doing so, while people who were part-time online shoppers before will presumably rely on it more. This was made evident during the lockdowns.

In the US, Amazon and Walmart hired a combined 250,000 workers to keep up with the increase in demand and built massive infrastructure to deliver online. This accelerating growth of e-commerce means that the giants of the online retail industry are likely to emerge from the crisis even stronger than they were in the pre-pandemic era.[4]

They add:

As more and diverse things and services are brought to us via our mobiles and computers, companies in sectors as disparate as e-commerce, contactless operations, digital content, robots and drone deliveries (to name just a few) will thrive. It is not by accident that firms like Alibaba, Amazon, Netflix or Zoom emerged as ‘winners’ from the lockdowns.[4]

By way of corollary, we might suggest that it is “not by accident” that governments which have been captured and controlled by big business, thanks to the likes of the WEF, have imposed a “new reality” COV under which big businesses are the “winners”…

The Covid-inspired good news never stops for all the business sectors which stand to benefit from the Fourth Industrial Repression.

The pandemic may prove to be a boon for online education,” Schwab and Malleret report. “In Asia, the shift to online education has been particularly notable, with a sharp increase in students’ digital enrolments, much higher valuation for online education businesses and more capital available for ‘ed-tech’ start-ups… In the summer of 2020, the direction of the trend seems clear: the world of education, like for so many other industries, will become partly virtual.[4]

Online sports have also taken off:

For a while, social distancing may constrain the practice of certain sports, which will in turn benefit the ever-more powerful expansion of e-sports. Tech and digital are never far away!” [4]

There is similar news from the banking sector:

Online banking interactions have risen to 90 percent during the crisis, from 10 percent, with no drop-off in quality and an increase in compliance.” [4]

The Covid-inspired move into online activity obviously benefits Big Tech, who are making enormous profits out of the crisis, as the authors describe:

The combined market value of the leading tech companies hit record after record during the lockdowns, even rising back above levels before the outbreak started… this phenomenon is unlikely to abate any time soon, quite the opposite.” [4]

But it is also good news for all the businesses involved, who no longer have to pay human beings to work for them. Automation is, and has always been, about saving costs and thus boosting profits for the capitalist elite.

The culture of the fascist New Normal will also provide lucrative spin-off benefits for particular business sectors, such as the packing industry, explain Schwab and Malleret.

The pandemic will certainly heighten our focus on hygiene. A new obsession with cleanliness will particularly entail the creation of new forms of packaging. We will be encouraged not to touch the products we buy. Simple pleasures like smelling a melon or squeezing a fruit will be frowned upon and may even become a thing of the past.”[4]

The authors also describe what sounds very much like a technocratic profit-related agenda behind the “social distancing” which has been such a key element of the Covid “reset”.

They write:

In one form or another, social- and physical-distancing measures are likely to persist after the pandemic itself subsides, justifying the decision in many companies from different industries to accelerate automation. After a while, the enduring concerns about technological unemployment will recede as societies emphasize the need to restructure the workplace in a way that minimizes close human contact.

Indeed, automation technologies are particularly well suited to a world in which human beings can’t get too close to each other or are willing to reduce their interactions. Our lingering and possibly lasting fear of being infected with a virus (COVID-19 or another) will thus speed the relentless march of automation, particularly in the fields most susceptible to automation.[4]

As previously mentioned, Schwab has long been frustrated by all those tiresome regulations which stop capitalists from making as much money as they would like to, by focusing on economically irrelevant concerns such as the safety and well being of human beings.

But – hooray! – the Covid crisis has provided the perfect excuse for doing away with great swathes of these outmoded impediments to prosperity and growth.

One area in which meddlesome red tape is being abandoned is health. Why would any right-minded stakeholder imagine that any particular obligation for care and diligence should be allowed to impinge on the profitability of this particular business sector?

Schwab and Malleret are overjoyed to note that telemedicine will “benefit considerably” from the Covid emergency:

The necessity to address the pandemic with any means available (plus, during the outbreak, the need to protect health workers by allowing them to work remotely) removed some of the regulatory and legislative impediments related to the adoption of telemedicine.” [4]

The ditching of regulations is a general phenomenon under the New Normal global regime, as Schwab and Malleret relate:

To date governments have often slowed the pace of adoption of new technologies by lengthy ponderings about what the best regulatory framework should look like but, as the example of telemedicine and drone delivery is now showing, a dramatic acceleration forced by necessity is possible.

During the lockdowns, a quasi-global relaxation of regulations that had previously hampered progress in domains where the technology had been available for years suddenly happened because there was no better or other choice available. What was until recently unthinkable suddenly became possible… New regulations will stay in place.[4]

They add:

The current imperative to propel, no matter what, the ‘contactless economy’ and the subsequent willingness of regulators to speed it up means that there are no holds barred.” [4]

“No holds barred”. Make no mistake: this is the language adopted by capitalism when it abandons its pretence at liberal democracy and switches into full-on fascist mode.

It is clear from Schwab and Malleret’s work that a fascistic merging of state and business, to the advantage of the latter, underpins their great reset.

Phenomenal sums of money have been transferred from the public purse into the bulging pockets of the 1% since the very start of the Covid crisis, as they acknowledge:

In April 2020, just as the pandemic began to engulf the world, governments across the globe had announced stimulus programmes amounting to several trillion dollars, as if eight or nine Marshall Plans had been put into place almost simultaneously.
[…]
COVID-19 has rewritten many of the rules of the game between the public and private sectors […] The benevolent (or otherwise) greater intrusion of governments in the life of companies and the conduct of their business will be country- and industry-dependent, therefore taking many different guises.
[…]
Measures that would have seemed inconceivable prior to the pandemic may well become standard around the world as governments try to prevent the economic recession from turning into a catastrophic depression.
[…]
Increasingly, there will be calls for government to act as a ‘payer of last resort’ to prevent or stem the spate of mass layoffs and business destruction triggered by the pandemic. All these changes are altering the rules of the economic and monetary policy ‘game’.[4]

Schwab and his fellow author welcome the prospect of increased state powers being used to prop up big business profiteering.

They write:

One of the great lessons of the past five centuries in Europe and America is this: acute crises contribute to boosting the power of the state. It’s always been the case and there is no reason why it should be different with the COVID-19 pandemic.”[4]

And they add:

Looking to the future, governments will most likely, but with different degrees of intensity, decide that it’s in the best interest of society to rewrite some of the rules of the game and permanently increase their role.”[4]

The idea of rewriting the rules of the game is, again, very reminiscent of fascist language, as of course is the idea of permanently increasing the role of the state in helping the private sector.

Indeed, it is worth comparing Schwab’s position on this issue with that of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, who responded to economic crisis in 1931 by launching a special emergency body, L’Istituto mobiliare italiano, to aid businesses.

He declared this was:

a means of energetically driving the Italian economy towards its corporative phase, which is to say a system which fundamentally respects private property and initiative, but ties them tightly to the State, which alone can protect, control and nourish them”.[5]

Suspicions about the fascistic nature of Schwab’s great reset are confirmed, of course, by the police-state measures that have been rolled out across the world to ensure compliance with “emergency” Covid measures.

The sheer brute force that never lies far beneath the surface of the capitalist system becomes increasingly visible when it enters it fascist stage and this is very much in evidence in Schwab and Malleret’s book.

The word “force” is deployed time and time again in the context of Covid-19. Sometimes this is in a business context, as with the statements that “COVID-19 has forced all the banks to accelerate a digital transformation that is now here to stay” COVD or that “the micro reset will force every company in every industry to experiment new ways of doing business, working and operating”. [4]

But sometimes it is applied directly to human beings, or “consumers” as Schwab and his ilk prefer to think of us.

During the lockdowns, many consumers previously reluctant to rely too heavily on digital applications and services were forced to change their habits almost overnight: watching movies online instead of going to the cinema, having meals delivered instead of going out to restaurants, talking to friends remotely instead of meeting them in the flesh, talking to colleagues on a screen instead of chit-chatting at the coffee machine, exercising online instead of going to the gym, and so on
[…]
Many of the tech behaviours that we were forced to adopt during confinement will through familiarity become more natural. As social and physical distancing persist, relying more on digital platforms to communicate, or work, or seek advice, or order something will, little by little, gain ground on formerly ingrained habits.[4]

Under a fascist system, individuals are not offered the choice as to whether they want to comply with its demands or not, as Schwab and Malleret make quite clear regarding so-called contact-tracing:

No voluntary contact-tracing app will work if people are unwilling to provide their own personal data to the governmental agency that monitors the system; if any individual refuses to download the app (and therefore to withhold information about a possible infection, movements and contacts), everyone will be adversely affected.” [4]

This, they reflect, is another great advantage of the Covid crisis over the environmental one which might have been used to impose their New Normal:

While for a pandemic, a majority of citizens will tend to agree with the necessity to impose coercive measures, they will resist constraining policies in the case of environmental risks where the evidence can be disputed.” [4]

These “coercive measures”, which we are all expected to go along with, will of course involve unimaginable levels of fascistic surveillance of our lives, particularly in our role as wage slaves.

Write Schwab and Malleret: “The corporate move will be towards greater surveillance; for better or for worse, companies will be watching and sometimes recording what their workforce does. The trend could take many different forms, from measuring body temperatures with thermal cameras to monitoring via an app how employees comply with social distancing”. (135)

Coercive measures of one kind or another are also likely to be used to force people to take the Covid vaccines currently being lined up.

Schwab is deeply connected to that world, being on a “first-name basis” with Bill Gates and having been hailed by Big Pharma mainstay Henry McKinnell, chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc, as “a person truly dedicated to a truly noble cause”.

So it is not surprising that he insists, with Malleret, that “a full return to ‘normal’ cannot be envisaged before a vaccine is available”.[4]

He adds:

“The next hurdle is the political challenge of vaccinating enough people worldwide (we are collectively as strong as the weakest link) with a high enough compliance rate despite the rise of anti-vaxxers.” [4]

“Anti-vaxxers” thus join Schwab’s list of threats to his project, along with anti-globalization and anti-capitalist protesters, Gilets Jaunes and all those engaged in “class conflicts”, “societal resistance” and “political backlash”.

The majority of the world’s population have already been excluded from decision-making processes by the lack of democracy which Schwab wants to accentuate through his stakeholderist corporate domination, his “agile governance”, his totalitarian “system management of human existence”.

But how does he envisage dealing with the “sombre scenario” of people rising up against his great new-normalist reset and his transhumanist Fourth Industrial Revolution?

What degree of “force” and “coercive measures” would he be prepared to accept in order to ensure the dawning of his technocratic new age?

The question is a chilling one, but we should also bear in mind the historical example of the 20th century regime into which Schwab was born.

Hitler’s new Nazi normal was meant to last for a thousand years, but came crashing down 988 years ahead of target.

Just because Hitler said, with all the confidence of power, that his Reich would last for a millennium, this didn’t mean that it was so.

Just because Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret and their friends say that we are now entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution and our world will be changed forever, this doesn’t mean that it is so.

We don’t have to accept their New Normal. We don’t have to go along with their fearmongering. We don’t have to take their vaccines. We don’t have to let them implant us with smartphones or edit our DNA. We don’t have to walk, muzzled and submissive, straight into their transhumanist hell.

We can denounce their lies! Expose their agenda! Refuse their narrative! Reject their toxic ideology! Resist their fascism!

Klaus Schwab is not a god, but a human being. Just one elderly man. And those he works with, the global capitalist elite, are few in number. Their aims are not the aims of the vast majority of humankind.

Their transhumanist vision is repulsive to nearly everyone outside of their little circle and they do not have consent for the technocratic dictatorship they are trying to impose on us.

That, after all, is why they have had to go to such lengths to force it upon us under the false flag of fighting a virus. They understood that without the “emergency” justification, we were never going to go along with their warped scheme.

They are scared of our potential power because they know that if we stand up, we will defeat them. We can bring their project crashing down before it has even properly started.

We are the people, we are the 99%, and together we can grab back our freedom from the deadly jaws of the fascist machine!

NOTES:

[1] Klaus Schwab with Nicholas Davis, Shaping the Future of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: A Guide to Building a Better World (Geneva: WEF, 2018), e-book.

[2] Klaus Schwab, The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Geneva: WEF, 2016), e-book.

[3] Kevin Warwick, I, Cyborg (London: Century, 2002), p. 4. See also Paul Cudenec, Nature, Essence and Anarchy (Sussex: Winter Oak, 2016).

[4] Klaus Schwab, Thierry Malleret, Covid-19: The Great Reset (Geneva: WEF, 2020), e-book. Edition 1.0.

[5] Benito Mussolini, cit. Pierre Milza and Serge Berstein, Le fascisme italien 1919-1945 (Paris: Editions de Seuil, 1980), p. 246.

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tony
tony
Oct 25, 2020 4:57 AM

Corbett Report – The Great Reset is definitively worth a read/watch.
In fact it’s a must!

https://www.corbettreport.com/your-guide-to-the-great-reset/

Dave
Dave
Oct 24, 2020 8:37 AM

Excellent article. For fascism, look (for many) closer to home. The Nazi regime was implanted by Anglo-American financiers and their adjoints. The fascism we see today is far beyond. It’s got all the hallmarks of manipulation in so-called Democratic societies. Schwab was 7, when the war was over. More importantly, he experienced the second US take-over of Germany. As for eugenics too, look to the US and Sweden, which had programmes long before Germany. So don’t side-track us with Hitlerism… that person was just a catalyst for the aims of the financial and political elites. The fascism we see today is a corporate fascism where politicians play a smaller role as executives. The totality of the apparently willing ‘Gleichschaltung’ of the press, the enormous bullshitery of face masks, mispresented ‘health’ info on a global scale lets everything previous pale in comparison. Those who still believe in the “good” defeating evil Hitler are the most vulnerable to this beguilement. Note that I do think H was evil, terrible, disgusting and stupid. The “other” side (if there really was one), wasn’t good, though.

George Mc
George Mc
Oct 22, 2020 12:12 PM

I thought I’d seen Schwab before:

George Mc
George Mc
Oct 22, 2020 12:11 PM

The global capitalist ruling elite have certainly been doing their best to “take advantage of the shock inflicted by the panic”, assuring us all since the very earliest days of the outbreak that, for some unfathomable reason, nothing in our lives could ever be the same again.

And that must surely stand as the single biggest giveaway. “nothing in our lives could ever be the same again” in the initial stages of a virus? The ludicrous overreaction should have told everyone even from the start that something very odd was going on here.

George Mc
George Mc
Oct 22, 2020 12:00 PM

What is most astonishing about Schwab’s ideas is that he has completely cut off all notion of human interaction from processes that mean nothing without human interaction. This increasing negation of the human element in production leads to …what? The answer can only be that the ones receiving the products are the only humans left. That would be Schwab and his cronies. The eventual endpoint of this is a single person masturbating in a room whose walls consist only of mirrors.

Fabrice
Fabrice
Oct 22, 2020 8:32 AM

“There is a real risk however which the authors ( “The Great Reset” by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret ) recognize, namely that a strong nationalistic feeling may persevere. They call it “a broken sense of normalcy”. Nationalistic thinking may turn factions of the world ‘inwards’, more patriotic. They, the “nationalists”, will seek division or abolition of this new global government. The WEF authors see this nationalistic trend – they never call it preserving or returning to sovereignty – as dangerous. They predict, it will result in continuous conflicts and revolutions. Rebellions instead of building towards the Global Common Good.”

by Peter Koenig, economist and geopolitical analyst. a water resources and environmental specialist, worked for over 30 years with the World Bank and the World Health Organization around the world in the fields of environment and water.

Reference:

“Covid-19: The Great Reset – Revisited. Scary Threats, Rewards for Obedience…
It is Now the Time to Resist”
by Peter Koenig for GlobalResearch

September 17, 2020

https://www.globalresearch.ca/great-reset-revisited/5723573

Final Comment.

Fascism and communism started from a very strong national State with its own military and monetary sovereignty to put in action their own social and economic policies , on the other hand, Davos elites, of which Klaus Scwab is just a squalid servant, instead wanted and still want to wipe away what remains, very few by now, of the Western national States to make their “Great Reset” as soon as possible, and Covid-19 is just a trick to make things faster towards their “Great Reset”, that’s it!!

Best regards.

Fabrice, greetings from Italy.

Laurence Howell
Laurence Howell
Oct 21, 2020 10:11 PM

The Illuminati motto….Order ab Chao….

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:13 PM

This creature, along with Gates and the pharma/”defense”/ Nazionist mafia are all targetted individuals (TIs) for Magical Assassination (MA). They will suffer horribly and then die a fearful death, but no murder or actual contact will take place- their death will be billed as “covid” or “natural causes” depending on what pathetic plan their terrified pals think of.

They invited Chaos in, thinking it’s their friend. Time to Reap the Consequences and learn the true meaning of CHAOS.

This has nothing to do with “saving the world”- it is all about eliminating TIs. Become a TI, you get taken out, simples.

THERE IS NOWHERE TO HIDE

Ethan
Ethan
Oct 18, 2020 11:15 PM

Nice article but I find your constant berating of capitalism to be nauseating.

Obviously you have a naive definition of capitalism. True capitalism does not endorse “public-private partnerships” and what is often called capitalism is just good old fashioned cronyism or corporatism which has at its heart the sickness of collectivism.

True laissez-faire capitalism is not even practiced today – and if it truly was we would be in a much freer world instead of these self-appointed technocrats calling the shots as they so assiduously do today.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:18 PM
Reply to  Ethan

True capitalism… how about this: I steal your stuff and kill you if you resist. If you don’t resist you can borrow with interest, so that you can continue paying me. That’s true laissez-faire capitalism.

janmarsh
janmarsh
Oct 17, 2020 1:56 PM

$1 million Dan David Prize he was awarded by Israel in 2004. Doesn’t surprise me in the least. He can still be considered Classic Nazi.

Athis
Athis
Oct 17, 2020 11:55 AM

Readers would be better off reading the WEC site and what Schwab actually says about his notion of a Great Reset than reading this pile of conspiracy fearmongering nonsense. In fact Schwab is critical of Neoliberal ideology and market fundamentalism and the excessive transnational monopolies and inequities which have resulted.

Davy Adair
Davy Adair
Oct 17, 2020 7:43 PM
Reply to  Athis

And thats he’s best mates with a bunch of BILLIONAIRES that jet around the world telling everyone else about their green credentials?
Bored of the lies. The world is calling these idiots out as the sociopathic infants they are!

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 15, 2020 5:07 PM

“Klaus Schwab is a child of Adolf Hitler’s Germany, a police-state regime built on fear and violence, on brainwashing and control, on propaganda and lies, on industrialism and eugenics, on dehumanisation and “disinfection”, on a chilling and grandiose vision of a “new order” that would last a thousand years.”

What a load of lying victor’s history propaganda nonsense.

“Good propaganda does not need to lie, indeed it may not lie. It has no reason to fear the truth. It is a mistake to believe that people cannot take the truth. They can. It is only a matter of presenting the truth to people in a way that they will be able to understand. A propaganda that lies proves that it has a bad cause. It cannot be successful in the long run.”

— Joseph Goebbels

gordan
gordan
Oct 15, 2020 6:24 PM

he is a khazar follower of zvi and jacob frank
more ashkanazi than regular movie nazi

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:26 PM

AH yes, here come the boot-licking fetishists. What makes you think the Nazis and their friends lost the war? The German people (and many others) lost everything in the war, not the ghouls behind the war, which were the so-called democratic states (The “allies”), the Nazis, Askenazis, and the Russian communist state.

The war had nothing to do with defeating the Nazis- it was about divvying up the rest of the planet among the ghouls. WAKE UP. Look at those straight lines on the map of Africa and elsewhere and then look at the game Monopoly….

Hitler was most likely semitic and Askenazis are just as white as any other white european…. have fun with these.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 20, 2020 5:44 PM
Reply to  Almondson

Show me some Nazis in power today. Show me the new fuhrer in 2020!! When you have failed to do that, take a hike with your lying Hasbara troll nonsense.

One thing you did get right, yes Hitler was a Semite, as are ALL white Caucasians. Jews are Hamitic Canaanites not Semitic Israelites.

Wayne Vanderploeg
Wayne Vanderploeg
Oct 15, 2020 2:34 PM

Another comment from the “Designated Troll”….

This has all the earmarks of another attempt at immortality by an old man who is nearing the end of life. The concept of preserving consciousness through artificial means is so telling. People have been searching for immortality in some form or another since the beginning of history. I was amused in high school history when learning about Ponce de Leon in Florida. This is more of the same. A rich old man looking for the Fountain of Youth. Having one’s consciousness preserved and bottled up in a mobile “exoskeleton” of some type sounds more like hell to me. Just sayin……….I am laughing……..WTF

However, I agree that his methodology is definitely serious and needs attention from those of the 99%. It’s like,….. “Hey, support my plan! Look at the benefits. You can become immortal if you do what I say.”

This is only my opinion. Don’t take it personally…..

I’ll be back….

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:31 PM

Even if they could preserve their bodies in a functional state, they would have to wipe their brains clean of all memories after a while to avoid insanity- essentially killing themselves.

Wayne Vanderploeg
Wayne Vanderploeg
Oct 20, 2020 5:20 PM
Reply to  Almondson

Exactly

Doctortrinate
Doctortrinate
Oct 14, 2020 9:44 PM

each reset – is the beginning march toward the next objective…we have now built to the point where the technological push requires a greater thinning than before known – the Steerer Breeds single concern for the ancillary players, is that they follow their direction – If the mission no longer requires a component – then they construct an offensive to eliminate the unnecessary surplus..

Brian Eggar
Brian Eggar
Oct 14, 2020 8:45 PM

It amused me to think that I am sure Schwab guards his own personal data rather like the crown jewels. Not for him to be numbered in the 99%.

When people talk about robots taking over the majority of jobs, they seem to overlook the obvious.

Take drones, they require an army of humans to keep them running, flying and maintaining them. Humans come remarkably cheaply, are self repairing and even able to re programme themselves as necessary.

Schwab keeps referring to money. When the German money system collapsed, it lost all meaning when a barrow load of money would buy you an egg but maybe that is what he wants as some people must have emerged much richer.

He is right to be worried that his plans will only work on a complete global level. If China and Russia pursue the New Silk Road and up the use of coal as a cheap form of energy, there will be a widening gap between the West being swallowed up into a large black hole whilst Lord Mackinder’s nightmare of a united Asia emerges.

To think that just one small atom bomb set off in the upper atmosphere, would mean that that country would immediately revert into a new horse age. It is probable that people like Schwab have bought a few horses just in case.

Dr NG Maroudas
Dr NG Maroudas
Oct 16, 2020 3:07 PM
Reply to  Brian Eggar

from “The Horses” by Edwin Muir

“Barely a twelvemonth after
The seven days’ war that put the world to sleep,
Late in the evening the strange horses came.
…..
On the second day
The radios failed; we turned the knobs; no answer.
On the third day a warship passed us, heading north,
Dead bodies piled on the deck. On the sixth day
A plane plunged over us into the sea. Thereafter
Nothing. The radios dumb;
And still they stand in corners of our kitchens,
And stand, perhaps, turned on, in a million rooms
All over the world. But now if they should speak,
If on a sudden they should speak again,
….
We would not listen, we would not let it bring
That old bad world that swallowed its children quick
At one great gulp. We would not have it again.
………
The tractors lie about our fields; at evening
They look like dank sea-monsters couched and waiting.
We leave them where they are and let them rust:
‘They’ll molder away and be like other loam.’
……
                    And then, that evening
Late in the summer the strange horses came.
We heard a distant tapping on the road,
A deepening drumming; it stopped, went on again
And at the corner changed to hollow thunder.
We saw the heads
Like a wild wave charging and were afraid.
We had sold our horses in our fathers’ time
To buy new tractors. Now they were strange to us
As fabulous steeds set on an ancient shield.
……..
We did not dare go near them. Yet they waited,
Stubborn and shy, as if they had been sent
By an old command to find our whereabouts
And that long-lost archaic companionship.
In the first moment we had never a thought
That they were creatures to be owned and used.
Among them were some half-a-dozen colts
Dropped in some wilderness of the broken world,
Yet new as if they had come from their own Eden.
Since then they have pulled our ploughs and borne our loads
But that free servitude still can pierce our hearts.
Our life is changed; their coming our beginning.”

Stewart
Stewart
Oct 14, 2020 6:48 PM

I don’t know quite how to describe the way this article made me feel
Sick to the depths of my soul does not come close
I kept reading and wishing for it to end and it just kept going
A vision of the future worse than anything I’ve read in science fiction, worse than anything I could have imagined, the pinnacle of dystopia porn
The only crumb of “comfort” to be had is that it lacks internal consistency: on the one hand we are warned that we will have to keep working long past the time when we should have retired, on the other we are told that everyone from postmen to doctors will be made obsolete by drones and “chat-bots”
How will we consume if we can’t earn a living?
Since the beginning of this so-called “pandemic” I have felt obligated to try and keep informed, to try and understand what is happening
No longer
Let the schwabs of this world dream their dreams – I don’t want to know the details any more
Just know this, Mr Charles Schwab – I will never consent, I will never submit, I WILL FIGHT YOU AND YOUR EVIL TO THE DEATH
because oblivion seems infinitely preferable to the living hell you envision
God help us…

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 14, 2020 6:10 PM

So Schwab is the new Fuhrer eh? What a joke! Let me know when he’s given anti-German Commie Merkel the boot and we can all celebrate. NOT!

Jay
Jay
Oct 14, 2020 2:59 PM

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Basher
Basher
Oct 15, 2020 8:09 PM
Reply to  Jay

That reply to Sir Keir doesn’t seem to exist anymore

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:36 PM
Reply to  Basher

It was “harmful content” and was “fact checked”.

Christy
Christy
Oct 21, 2020 8:51 AM
Reply to  Jay

That’s… that’s not how PCR works… it’s a process for amplifying genetic material. You have to use other techniques to determine what the genome actually is.

gordan
gordan
Oct 14, 2020 11:30 AM

as barbera lerner spector said
we will be resented for are leadership roles

the transformation needs great managers and wranglers dr klaus schwab can manage the herd well

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Oct 14, 2020 11:22 AM

One one level Klaus Schwab is just a hustler who got lucky. Setting up a trade association or a businesses club, selling memberships and directories and getting yourself interviewed on the TV channels with space to fill (Sky, CNN, CNBC) is a mug’s game. But he hit on the location: Switzerland, home to generations of “look no hands, collaborators” and their tradition of hiding out in hush, hush secrecy.

The skiing set, such as Prince Charles and his Dutch counterparts, inevitably found Schwab’s talking shop congenial. The noveau riche executives looking to adopt a lifestyle jostled for an invitation.

Its rise coincided with the flurry of trade agreements GATT and suchlike, which really were not free trade agreements but backroom discussions about how to circumvent national laws (deregulation) and legalize collaboration between supra-national corporations and their major shareholders (syndicates). In other words the opposite of free. Such machinations require not so much a place to scheme as somewhere to brief the minions.

Don’t overestimate Schwab’s ideas. He is one of Santa’s elves and thus banal. It is the usual suspects, with their desire to launder money and genes, that put WEF on the map but they did the real conspiring and decision making elsewhere.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Oct 14, 2020 11:41 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

If you type “rockefeller minion who set up ipcc” into Google… the words rockefeller and minion are struck out.

In Dogpile, the second search result yields the name I was looking: Maurice Strong.

That’s an analog for Klaus Schwab.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 14, 2020 6:00 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus
Steven Augustine
Steven Augustine
Oct 14, 2020 3:11 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

It would also be a mistake to think that Schwab was the actual author of all the words attributed to him.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 14, 2020 6:02 PM

LOL Just another Rothschild errand boy like Kissinger and Soros.

richard
richard
Oct 14, 2020 10:13 PM
Reply to  Moneycircus

Don’t overestimate Schwab’s ideas” ??
Aren’t you trying to say – Don’t overestimate Schwab?

The ideas presented in his book and displayed in this article are the real deal and it doesn’t really matter at this stage who originated them.

They certainly are worse than anything envisaged in sci-fi and do indeed make one sick to the stomach.

mgeo
mgeo
Oct 15, 2020 6:31 AM
Reply to  Moneycircus

The puppeteers finance multiple variants of politics, business, tech, etc. This is the ostensible “free market”.

The FTAs are not free nor about trade. E.g., CPTPP (status uncertain) prohibits farmers from saving their own – non-propietary – seeds for replanting.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 9:26 AM

FTA: Schwab is deeply connected to that world, being on a “first-name basis” with Bill Gates and having been hailed by Big Pharma mainstay Henry McKinnell, chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc, as “a person truly dedicated to a truly noble cause”.

I presume this means that Billy Gates Jr. can no longer serve the archtyple role, and it’s time to repackage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cult_of_personality
A cult of personality, or cult of the leader,[1] arises when a country’s regime – or, more rarely, an individual – uses the techniques of mass media, propaganda, the big lie, spectacle, the arts, patriotism, and government-organized demonstrations and rallies to create an idealized, heroic, and worshipful image of a leader, often through unquestioning flattery and praise. A cult of personality is similar to apotheosis, except that it is established by modern social engineering techniques, usually by the state or the party in one-party states and dominant-party states. It is often seen in totalitarian or authoritarian countries.

The term came to prominence in 1956, in Nikita Khrushchev’s secret speech On the Cult of Personality and Its Consequences, given on the final day of the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. In the speech, Khrushchev, who was the First Secretary of the Communist Party – in effect, the leader of the country – criticized the lionization and idealization of Joseph Stalin, and by implication, his Communist contemporary Mao Zedong, as being contrary to Marxist doctrine. The speech was later made public and was part of the “de-Stalinization” process in the Soviet Union.

Note the hand gesture:comment image

ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 11:05 AM

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ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 11:06 AM
Reply to  ame
Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 12:22 PM
Reply to  ame

You’ve posted that link twice within a couple of minutes; so I presume you think it important.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:39 PM

LOL

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 3:09 PM
Reply to  ame

Ame: “Trump Gives . . . Kabbalah Satanic Masonic Symbol Again”

And thank you for pointing toward the satanic nature of the conflict; which Trump describes as being an “existential war” against an “invisible enemy”. See my recent post, here:
https://off-guardian.org/2020/10/11/the-great-reset/#comment-256893

Of course, none of it originated with Gates or Schwab.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:40 PM
Reply to  ame

I think it indicates he really has a vagina down there.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 11:15 AM
Reply to  ame
ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 11:07 AM

so funny you posting about cults when your in one

https://rense.com/general96/trumpkabbal.html

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 11:22 AM
Reply to  ame

See above and take note:

If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Art_of_War

ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 11:30 AM

Lost in a dark wood got upset being shown light quote
Note the hand gesture unquote



Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 11:40 AM
Reply to  ame

No, on the contrary, you gave me the opportunity to explain the hand gesture. And your generosity is warmly appreciated.

ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 5:20 PM

explain the hand mudra still awaiting

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 5:42 PM
Reply to  ame

It requires only a very little bit of connected thinking.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 14, 2020 12:12 PM
Reply to  ame

Oh, and thanks again for the opportunity to post my “conspiracy theory” regarding Epstein:
https://off-guardian.org/2020/09/29/open-letter-belgian-healthcare-workers-call-for-end-to-lockdown/#comment-248192

John
John
Oct 14, 2020 9:16 AM

The evil intent is astounding. What is even more astounding is that there are people who support this and think that this is a good way foreword.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Oct 14, 2020 9:38 AM
Reply to  John

The people who support this monstrosity are empty, soulless creatures who are profoundly anti human, with a pathological contempt for the ‘riff raff’ and the ‘useless eaters’. That’s what’s eugenics is ultimately about. And the whole transhumanist agenda itself is just insane.

mgeo
mgeo
Oct 14, 2020 8:49 AM

After the ancient warlords came the religious and racist rbble-rousers. Then, imperialist monsters took the stage. In late imperialism, major governments became enforcers for plutocrats. All these forces have been regressive, undermining sustainability by reducing the global variety of values, traditions, skills, economics, rules, etc.

In a logical progression, trans-national capital has demonstrated a great deal of subversion and control through unaccountable puppets at EU, UN, etc. The overlords think they are ready for the gambit of overt global domination. I have listed their likely goals under another article.

This particular frontman’s specific sources of finance would be interesting. Not that he has cost them much so far.

austrian peter
austrian peter
Oct 14, 2020 6:51 AM

Let me play devil’s advocate. Premise: We can’t go on living the way we have in the Western world for the last 100 years or so – the planet can’t stand it.

There are millions of people in the world who would not notice this technocracy and don’t care.

You can join them if you wish. Throw away your TV, phones, gadgets of all kinds etc and get down to living the way we were designed to live.

Vote with your feet, people.

Someone
Someone
Oct 15, 2020 12:32 PM
Reply to  austrian peter

Ditching technology, by itself, confers no protection from the tyranny. Traditional peoples who still live without all the tech garbage are being forcibly evicted from their lands under the guise of “conservation”.

austrian peter
austrian peter
Oct 15, 2020 12:54 PM
Reply to  Someone

This is true – there are few places to hide – but there are some, somewhere I am sure – sort of maybe 🙂

Gee Eh
Gee Eh
Oct 19, 2020 2:44 PM
Reply to  austrian peter

Recent_Convert

Charlotte Russe
Charlotte Russe
Oct 14, 2020 6:16 AM

“So how is an honest technocrat supposed to roll out his preferred future for the world without the agreement of the global public? How can Schwab and his billionaire friends impose their favoured society on the rest of us?

One answer is relentless brainwashing propaganda churned out by the mass media and academia owned by the 1% elite – what they like to call a narrative.”

The COVID narrative to be precise.  “PCR Testing is a faulty and invalid means of identifying the spread of COVID, which means ALL MAJOR DECISIONS taken by the WHO and national governments since late January 2020 (supported by faulty statistics) are invalid. Moreover, official reports including the WHO confirm that Covid-19 is not a killer virus, it has features similar to seasonal influenza. ”  https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-covid-19-roadmap-towards-economic-chaos-and-societal-destruction/5725602

The Great Reset is about restructuring Western societies into a neo-feudal surveillance state, or to put it simply a “capitalist dictatorship” via AI surveillance and bio-fascism. 

my parents said know
my parents said know
Oct 14, 2020 5:25 AM

I’m only halfway through this article, but I’ll have to finish it later. Right now I think I have to go and throw up.

Nixon Scraypes
Nixon Scraypes
Oct 14, 2020 8:28 PM

It reminds me of Attali’s history of the future. He’s full of pep envisioning his dream future of making lots of money in a world that is so dismal and bleak, I just couldn’t finish it knowing it’s people, well humanoid units, like him who run the show. Dead souls, what do they see with their glass eyes?

Timothy
Timothy
Oct 14, 2020 5:05 AM
Benjamin
Benjamin
Oct 14, 2020 8:47 AM
Reply to  Timothy

For most this simply means from one set of rules into the next with just the very same very well connected leaders. Your ahh church is not very well regarded anyway.

Timothy
Timothy
Oct 14, 2020 10:16 PM
Reply to  Benjamin

Benjamin, I’m not sure what it is you are trying to communicate here. Can you clarify your comment?

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:43 PM
Reply to  Timothy

I can: Scientology zombies, please take a hike.

Timothy
Timothy
Oct 26, 2020 9:28 PM
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Voxi Pop
Oct 14, 2020 5:05 AM

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Antonym
Antonym
Oct 14, 2020 3:02 AM

It never ceases to amaze me how most anti authoritarian Westerners turn a blind eye to Xi Jinping’s machinations. Probably be he looks like Winnie the Pooh from a distance, just as Josef Stalin looked a bit like that uncle.

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Oct 14, 2020 2:06 AM

I tried to post the highlights to an email i sent out regarding this article, it was pretty impossible. Virtually every paragraph is a highlight. I just hope the people who got it come back and read the whole thing.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Oct 14, 2020 1:48 AM

Megalomaniacs enslaving mutton. Like all slave owners, their respect for their slaves is derived from the attributes of the slave. These slave owners know their slaves mostly want to be enslaved, all they want is food and a phone to make them happy.

We are doing this to ourselves. The billionaires are opportunists.

Magumba
Magumba
Oct 14, 2020 9:42 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Maybe in 100 years your offspring can pull down the statues celebrating the architects of the digital plantation of which we are all slaves already ??

Anthony Porter
Anthony Porter
Oct 14, 2020 12:34 AM

If there’s any ‘consolation’ to be enjoyed from this long overdue and slightly more visible ‘announcement’, it might be that very soon we’ll be seeing and hearing a lot less ad-homenim attacks and ridicule such as ‘nut-jobs’, ‘conspiracy theorists’ etc., as we’ve come to expect and even accept; whenever we tried in vain to wake-up the huge army of compliant, sleepwalking masked zombies about this obvious ruse and the agenda hidden within its new ‘covid-19’ Trojan Horse.
The army of course consisting of the collaborators in this war, being our indoctrinated, group thinking and ignorant fellow citizens, aka: ‘Karens’, who have been, (albeit mainly unwittingly), most instrumental in helping this Satan worshipping creature to orchestrate and advance his despicable, humanity loathing agenda.

A classic case of, “He Who Laughs Last Laughs Best”Not that any of us would regard it is any laughing matter, of course, but surely would be an example of ‘we told you so’ or, ‘we tried to warn you but you refused to listen’.

Christy
Christy
Oct 21, 2020 9:07 AM
Reply to  Anthony Porter

And of course, when it fails to happen yet again like so many other similar theories that are still awaiting fulfillment, you will refuse to listen to OUR ‘we told you so’s.

Anthony Porter
Anthony Porter
Oct 22, 2020 12:50 AM
Reply to  Christy

Wrong Christy.
I honestly and most sincerely hope and pray that all of your ‘we told you so’s’ come to fruition! I’d hug you and all of your doubting friends and give you all lovely gifts as a gesture of my goodwill and to show you my faith in human nature still exists.
This is one of those few things in life where I (and many others) would love nothing more than to be totally WRONG about.

Christy
Christy
Oct 22, 2020 5:28 AM
Reply to  Anthony Porter

No, right, Christy, not wrong. If only you could accept that. I can’t wait for yet another unrealistic theory to prove false like all the others.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 11:51 PM

Winter Oak: Well done. That was long but worth every minute. It’s an excellent overview of Covid 1984. And maybe calling it an overview understates it because it was detailed, coherent and very, very useful.

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 1:06 AM
Reply to  Arby



Berlin 10102020: Better Normal, not New Normal – http://www.ACU2020.org – World Doctors Alliance

ame
ame
Oct 14, 2020 11:14 AM
Reply to  sam2

MIndcontrol victims will always run back to the cloths white coats or suits uniforms
heros ???? white coats who only a few months back where happy to carry out government DNR orders

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 2:26 PM
Reply to  ame

who are you talking about?
These particular docs were not carrying out govt orders

Arby
Arby
Oct 14, 2020 12:49 PM
Reply to  sam2

Acknowledged.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 11:48 PM

“They are scared of our potential power because they know that if we stand up, we will defeat them. We can bring their project crashing down before it has even properly started.” Klaus has powerful, spirit, backing that no amount of pushback from the people (?) can fight successfully. We are not God any more than Klaus is. But there is a God. And Klaus and his predator class are very due for his attention. Indeed, Haven’t they been asking for it? Haven’t they been calling to him, unceasingly, to “Bring it!” Their pathology is that they don’t want to be judged by God, so they feel uncomfortable at the thought that he might actually be there, and that causes them to go nuts and to do things that, they reason, should call out any actual God of love – if he’s there… because they need to know that he isn’t there!

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 11:25 PM

“…as the example of telemedicine and drone delivery is now showing, a dramatic acceleration forced by necessity [aka lies] is possible.” – KS

John Goss
John Goss
Oct 13, 2020 11:25 PM

Excellent observation. The future is frightening. This man, Kevin Corbett, could see the Nazification of the NHS back in April this year.

I think most OG readers will already know about the plans the planners have for us from the Rockefeller document of 2010 which has a scenario called Lock Step, The problem is how to escape from the trap. We are all in it. Using computers linked to the internet is part of the surveillance control system.

For five days in September I did a bike trip of some 300 miles with pannier bags but no phone, no Garmin, and a couple of hundred pounds or so to pay my way. On the first night, because the hotel would not accept cash without a passport or driving licence, I had to use my card to pay for a night’s accommodation. It was the only night I did but it defeated my attempt to remain outside the system.

While the controllers are looking to make it a cashless society and thus control us all, we need to make it a card-free society, if at all possible. These people have too much power and it is quickly looking like it is too late to change that. Self-sufficient communities outside of the mainstream seem to be the way forward. I’m fast thinking of becoming Amish! Or joining the Eden Project. The trouble is once the Master Race has total control of the limp mask-wearers, lock-downers and distancers we will be cannon fodder.

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
Oct 14, 2020 12:48 AM
Reply to  John Goss

That interview with Kevin Corbett is superb, but also very disturbing. I’ve been Tweeting the link.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 11:02 PM

“We will continue to be surprised by both the rapidity and unexpected nature of these changes…” That is an example of Klaus, twisted and full of false pride, bragging about his power to destroy. Klaus and his associates have rejected the true God, sought to replace (but not imitate) him, and are acting accordingly. For now.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 10:52 PM

“As under fascism, social structures must be reinvented so as to accommodate the requirements of capitalism and its profit-increasing technologies” and the wishes and well-being of a minority of parasites, per the neoconservative philosophy of 1. inequality 2. deceit and 3. violence.

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 1:07 AM
Reply to  Arby

they talk about capitalism but capitalism is about freedom of the people to pursue the work that they want, not being told what to do, that is facism or communism

aspnaz
aspnaz
Oct 14, 2020 1:51 AM
Reply to  sam2

Capitalism is a theory, not a practice.

Arby
Arby
Oct 14, 2020 12:52 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

It’s more theory than practice. State / neoliberal capitalism – which is the only capitalism there is – is anything but the simple capitalism that people think it is. It’s not a farmers’ market on a grand scale. It’s gangsterism.

“Cold War Means, Mainly, Class War”

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 2:34 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

capitalism is the description of how people trade with each other. It came about organically. No one enforced it

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 15, 2020 4:59 PM
Reply to  sam2

In your dreams. Capitalism was the deliberate and inevitable end result of a thieving usurious money system, made worse by criminal fractional reserve banking.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 12:48 PM
Reply to  sam2

The brainwashing runs deep.

John Ervin
John Ervin
Oct 14, 2020 3:46 AM
Reply to  sam2

What we have is not “Capitalism” but IMonopolismo and a rigged roulette wheel much as at a Mob Casino. It’s just the current re-invention of an age-old simple cheat, this one on “nuclear steroids”. For those who can hold their nose and play along, they may make a few bucks short term because they don’t step on toes, but the trends are clear that that won’t last, and they’ll either be made criminals or slaves. Or both.

They have myriad ways of presenting an illusion of capitalism. And maintaining some semblance. But it’s all fixed, and rapidly being made redundantly fixed. It’s getting dramatically worse, where the Public has less and less recourse to any ways of stopping it?

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 2:35 PM
Reply to  John Ervin

100% agreed that we don’t have capitalism right now, its a tecnocracy, a top down approach with big govt in bed with big tech

Benjamin
Benjamin
Oct 14, 2020 8:56 AM
Reply to  sam2

The never dying merits of capitalis that never come true in a lifetime for most. There are no in existence and never have existed fully homogenic societies up until today with the globalised US controlled digital and social networks. They are indeed only controlled by a very limited set of individuals which was never before possible on such a scale. This is the result of a privatised internet, private financial markets and shareholder driven regulations and laws as opposed to one in public ownership.

sam2
sam2
Oct 14, 2020 2:38 PM
Reply to  Benjamin

yes the issue is government which grows like a triffid strangling the economy. However if you look at Europe and the USA and our standard of living of the majority that we had pre covid and compare with other countries we were doing OK. The corruption however had slowly taken control and most peple were unaware.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 10:46 PM

“The public must also be considered, because it must participate in the democratic shaping of biotechnological developments that affect society…” Klaus is a demonic joker. “The public must be considered” implies that he thinks the public should have some say. But then he goes on to say that they should have some say in something that is a given, namely “the biotechnological developments that affect society.” We get a say in what they have already decided will be! Yippy!

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 10:41 PM

“global food security will only be achieved, however, if regulations on genetically modified foods are adapted to reflect the reality that gene editing offers a precise, efficient and safe method of improving crops” – Klaus Schwab

Klaus is bad for your health. That’s your physical health, your mental health and your spiritual health. And that’s bad as in BAD!

mgeo
mgeo
Oct 14, 2020 8:34 AM
Reply to  Arby

Russia has managed to keep out GMO. I hope their crops stay safe. I wouldn’t want them to suffer the fate of China – which had to import imperial pork after another convenient epidemic devastated its pig farms.

Arby
Arby
Oct 14, 2020 12:40 PM
Reply to  mgeo

That’s interesting. I worked with someone once, for a short while, who said she won’t eat North American pork because it’s awful. She liked the pork that she would eat in China. She must have come from some rural area, where pigs were kept, fed naturally and the whole operation done in simple ways, untouched by modernity and it anti-nature effects. China is nasty. Its a ruined country. Citizens have been mentally and spiritually ruined by their mentally and spiritually ruined political leaders. They use DDT in agriculture and don’t hide, the last I looked.

Magumba
Magumba
Oct 14, 2020 9:49 AM
Reply to  Arby

Check out the epicyte gene raisin boy….see who has their fingers in that stinking pie….sterility for both sexes ,and all through corn and corn products…corn and a useless knob anyone ?

Arby
Arby
Oct 14, 2020 12:43 PM
Reply to  Magumba

Just the returns on a search, before clicking on any, tell the story! Way to go Gates!

Jay
Jay
Oct 13, 2020 10:37 PM

Terrifying. My thoughts are with the people of Melbourne
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Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Oct 14, 2020 3:54 AM
Reply to  Jay

A lot of us here in Melbourne today who are awake to what is going on are pretty deflated and almost in despair that this awful Bill passed.
As we know, this whole scamdemic is closely tied in with this very article by Winter Oak. The Great Reset and Agenda 2030, and Melbourne also signed up for the Strong Cities Agreement as well.
I can’t listen to this bastards voice, but thanks for providing this link Jay. Ironically the next article is on the Covid Cult, which is very alive and well in Melbourne.

Jay
Jay
Oct 14, 2020 1:00 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

That we’re surrounded by so many fascists is a shock to me. Dismayed to see some anti-lockdown campaign groups pushing the QAnon/Illuminati bollocks. Makes me wonder what type of accounts they are.

I still wonder about individual police and military and if they want this dystopia for their own kids and grandkids. Do they trust the politicians? I’ve sometimes thought about visiting Melbourne. It looks a beautiful city. Shame.

Gezzah Potts
Gezzah Potts
Oct 14, 2020 1:17 PM
Reply to  Jay

I’m in several anti lockdown Facebook groups here in Australia, and the Admins don’t tolerate people pushing the Qanon – Lizard people garbage. When posting on these groups, people are generally good, and stick to the relevant topics.
However, on individual people’s own posts, there’s a lot of the Qanon crap, or the Trump will save us mentality.
I’ve heard on the grapevine that some of the longer serving police are upset and disgusted at what the Victorian police have been doing, and I’ve seen videos where a couple of them are almost agreeing with the protesters.
The younger ones seem more power crazed and psychopathic, and they would have been chosen deliberately.
You’ll see the same happening in the UK, tho saw a great video earlier of about 150 people protesting in Liverpool, and attacking a police car.

Jay
Jay
Oct 14, 2020 1:29 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

I feel for those police who are conflicted. If you’ve got a mortgage and a family to feed what do you do?

I’ve been grateful to the police in my youth. They helped me out once when I was burgled and with an aggressive dog incident. I’m not in favour of defunding the police. The working class needs protecting from crime. At the same time what you say is correct.

I saw a letter on Randy Hillier’s Twitter account in Canada from a police officer who said that they were opposed to the authoritian direction Canada was taking. It’s a horrible, nightmarish time.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 3:09 PM
Reply to  Jay

If you’ve got a mortgage and a family to feed what do you do?

The excuse of the spineless has always been the same. My answer is: STARVE

Jay
Jay
Oct 14, 2020 1:42 PM
Reply to  Gezzah Potts

This tweet is perfect
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Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 3:07 PM
Reply to  Jay

Most of those thugs don’t have kids and regardless of that, they don’t think or feel very much.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 15, 2020 5:01 PM
Reply to  Jay

A dick head in a mask.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 13, 2020 10:36 PM

Is this ad for The Greatest Scam ever perpetrated?

I vehemently object to the word “elites” ever being used to describe eugenicist, fascist criminals who have schemed, plotted and planned this global illegal lockdown, for a virus that has never been proven to exist. The pandemic has been an exercise in fraudulent science and medicine, propagandized through the media and propped up by governments and health departments using fraudulent tests.

Schwab and the rest of his cohorts at the UN, WHO, IMF, BIS, World Bank, CFR, NIH, CDC, NIAID, Johns Hopkins, Imperial College, DARPA, CIA, G30, Rockefeller Foundation etc., are directly responsible for all the suicides that have resulted from the lockdowns, and should be held financially liable for the loss of income, assets and all the pain and suffering that has occurred because of this giant fraud, they named the Great Reset which is merely the public face of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is nothing more than a massive global land grab and an elimination and control of the populace under an illegally instigated medical martial law masquerading as emergency measures from a non existent pandemic.

It’s no coincidence that the goals of The Great Reset and this faux pandemic meld with those of Agenda 21. Disguised as sustainable development, Agenda 21 aims to forcefully corral people into urban mega cities, and seize control of all the resources on earth, while eliminating jobs, incomes, economies to justify depopulating the planet of most humans, since the ever expanding capitalist model they used for the last century to profit from debt slavery and increasing economic expansion, has come to the end of its life, through financial fraud, malfeasance, mismanagement and greed.

Now these fascist criminals and frauds feel an urgent need to replace the Ponzi scheme of fractional reserve banking, market rigging, endless war, drug trafficking, money laundering and stock manipulation with a liquidation plan for humanity that includes profiting from people’s deaths through 24-7-365 surveillance of every single human activity, biological process and thought, using biometric surveillance, nanotechnology and eugenics, hooked up to the AI controlled 5g Microsoft Azure cloud.

It’s a nightmare of historic and unimaginable proportions that nobody except lunatics or psychopaths would see as a viable future for humanity.

None of the technologies that Schwab or his sociopathic academic cronies prescribe such as nanobots, nanowires, smart dust, nanochips, nano transmitters or the CRISPR gene technology – at the very core of their “Vile New World” – work any better than their toxic chemotherapy drugs, their DNA destroying GMOs, their deadly, damaging vaccines, their cancer and sterility inducing 5G radiation, or their phony RT-PCR tests for a concocted disease called covid19.

John Goss
John Goss
Oct 13, 2020 11:35 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I want to agree and I’m fighting alongside you Researcher but only by gaining control ourselves can ordinary people change what otherwise may become inevitable.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 14, 2020 12:10 AM
Reply to  John Goss

The first thing we could do is stop being so mealymouthed, careful and long-winded with the way we relate the truth to the rest of the world who haven’t yet woken up from their pandemic slumber.

Simply stating the facts is not working at all. I see an urgent need to focus on the criminality and fraud.

I’m not going to use gentle nudging, or understate the psychopathy of these criminals and parasites by calling them “elite” or quoting them at all.

It’s ineffectual and boring. It’s subconsciously identifying with your oppressor by using their language and words instead of combating the outright lies.

mgeo
mgeo
Oct 14, 2020 8:29 AM
Reply to  Researcher

In kleptocracy, most of the stuff need not work and may even be harmful. From the centre of the oligarchs’ spider web, the orders – including guidance on policy and propaganda – goes out. Wealth from dud products, the commons, unearned income, etc. flows in.

Jay
Jay
Oct 14, 2020 1:04 PM
Reply to  Researcher

It’s a class war and this time the middle classes and the millionaires are in the firing line.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Oct 14, 2020 3:15 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Researcher: The funds for >>> UN, WHO, IMF, BIS, World Bank, CFR, NIH, CDC, NIAID, Johns Hopkins, Imperial College, DARPA, CIA, G30, Rockefeller Foundation etc. <<<

Where do the funds come from? It’s all a ponzi scheme, and (unfortunately) civilians like it that way…

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 6:22 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You aren’t making sense. If they are going to depopulate then who is going to be forced into the mega cities?

The only population reduction mentioned by Gates and friends is via birth control… of course lots of “god-fearing” rednecks have a problem with this because Every Sperm Is Sacred and if any is wasted God Gets Quite Irrate….

Fears of depopulation are just paranoia and fear of death. There are fates worse than death , such as a life in slavery, spiritual lobotomy etc. THAT is their plan- they need as many human resources as possible, it is simply more meat for the grinder. The less educated people are , the more babies they tend to have….and a lack of education is very much part of the agenda. Mega city slums is their vision of the future, not mega deaths. That is why they are desperate to vaccinate babies- their plan is reduced mortality and an artificial life.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 20, 2020 8:47 PM
Reply to  Almondson

The millennials. Generation Z. Depopulation is not the same as extinction. It’s going to take them a decade to get rid of half the people on the planet.

You don’t know what you are talking about. They have murdered more people through the medical system and vaccines than all the wars combined. Go back to sleep.

They don’t need humans anymore they have robotic automation. They only care about their eugenics experiments and controlling people through AI and central command control. The military.

Forget Gates or what he says. It’s irrelevant. He is a liar. Why would you ever believe a liar, fraud, thief and murderer? This is Agenda 21. Not a virus.

Christy
Christy
Oct 21, 2020 9:36 AM
Reply to  Researcher

If everyone was to sustain themselves by growing their own food, the current population of humans on the planet would wreck the remaining arable land really really fast. Without some way of distributing food efficiently to everyone and deciding how much of what goes where and which piece of land produces it, we can’t sustain our population. Going back to no-tech no-medicine no-synthetics life is not possible for 8 billion people at once.

And as much as this is talking to a wall that has never done or learned their own science, vaccines and medicine don’t primarily kill, or even kill that often compared to the ones that benefit from taking them. Humans seem weaker and full of problems nowadays because a) we actually diagnose them more and b) we help the weak survive out of compassion, which has the side effect of more weak people running around, useful or not. The ‘all natural’ way is survival of the fittest. So if all government and people in power and rich people suddenly vanished, it’s either kill the weak, sterilize the weak, or fix/prevent them with CRISPR. Don’t know about you, but I don’t like the idea of killing or sterilizing people.

If they’re trying to depopulate the planet, they are failing miserably. Even with the actually existing virus that nearly took out an otherwise healthy cousin of mine and is causing the pandemic.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 21, 2020 12:52 PM
Reply to  Christy

You actually have no idea. Most everyone in the West is growing grass in their yard instead of their own food. It takes very little land to grow food and most of the earth and its land is unused and uninhabited.

Overpopulation is a myth. The population growth is declining.

The depopulation is the vaccines and the radiation from 5g. Not a virus, because viruses don’t exist.

Viruses do NOT exist. No virus has ever been shown to be contagious. Ever. No human “virus” has ever been isolated or purified.

Can you catch cancer? No. You can’t catch AIDS either. Or Ebola. Or the flu. Or even a cold.

Everything you think you know about disease and this world is based on lies.

And why would they want to give the whole world an unproven, unsafe vaccine that will change your DNA forever if the governments care so much about your health from a virus that is killing almost nobody?

Why would the FCC ignore the health risks of 5g and blanketing they earth will hundreds of thousands of satellites to distribute radiation if they care about your health or the health of any human, whatsoever?

Nothing they are doing makes any sense unless you are in absolute denial.

Since when do they ever care about human health? Not in my lifetime. You and I must be living on a different planet.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 21, 2020 1:12 PM
Reply to  Researcher

*blanket the earth with hundreds of thousands …*

Christy
Christy
Oct 21, 2020 11:08 PM
Reply to  Researcher

You extra have no idea. Food isn’t quite that easy to grow. It takes time, it depletes the soil (which is why crop rotation is a thing and letting plots of land lay fallow is necessary for continued farming), and natural yields are low, especially when animal predation is taken into account.

Population growth in developed countries is slowing down, yes, but worldwide, it’s still going up. The world is a lot more crowded now than it was even 10 years ago, even in rural areas if you care to observe them.

There isn’t a mass depopulation. If they’re trying, it’s not working.

And yes, they have isolated viruses and have pictures of them in vitro, both bacteriophages and mammalian viruses. We can see how they attach to cells. We can detect them in transmitted fluid. We can observe people getting sick when near other sick people and not getting sick when not near other sick people. Viruses very obviously exist as much as bacteria do and are obviously contagious, or we wouldn’t have outbreaks all the time throughout history.

And viruses rarely kill huge swaths of a population. Covid isn’t Ebola. THAT would be a problem as a pandemic. This one is still contagious enough that unless you want to just preemptively kill off all the elderly or put them all in a self-sustaining bubble somehow, a vaccine to at least slow it down to nothing is needed to protect them. Also, death is not the worst that can happen. Permanent damage leading to future health problems is bad too. I think my cousin’s recovered fully, but we’ll have to see if he has any extra lung or heart problems in another decade or so. And you clearly don’t know much about how DNA works if you think injecting some can change it. We’d all be part mosquito if that were true, or any other insect that injects DNA-containing cells into our blood when they bite (yes, the DNA is in the cells, but the body will bust those open trying to destroy the foreign matter, so same issue at the end).

And 5g is microwave radiation, not ionizing radiation. It can’t even boil water unless it’s focused on it. It’s slower than even infrared light. You’d have to be shot with five times the power of the average 5g tower through a window that then bounces off microwave reflective walls and focuses on you to even get a burn. Now, if the towers were throwing UV or X-ray or gamma light around everywhere, THAT would be a problem.

And they care about human health about as much as they care for their own access to things that work on human health. If 5g was so harmful, none of the rich would ever leave their homes and would have shielding in said homes once all the satellites are up. Please.

Researcher
Researcher
Oct 22, 2020 1:54 AM
Reply to  Christy

You’re unformed. They already have shielding in their homes and their cars. They’ve had it for years. You are ignorant about science, medicine, food, agribusiness, politics and what’s coming. There are more than a thousand studies proving the harmful effects of non-ionizing millimeter wave radiation. It was originally developed as a Weapons system.

SMART = Secret Militarized Armaments in Residential Technologies

Christy
Christy
Oct 22, 2020 5:37 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Shielding doesn’t help unless you stay indoors forever. If it was that harmful, they would all be recluses. Forget about going golfing.

You’re the one who doesn’t know science or soil health or any of that. You’re so gullible that people can tell you something JUST close enough to truth but missing it completely and you’ll believe it just to feel like you know some big secret.

And of course you can turn microwaves into a weapon, but it has to be aimed and focused on a target, not spread out, and it has to have high power, not the low power of information signals.

Anthony Porter
Anthony Porter
Oct 22, 2020 2:31 AM
Reply to  Christy

Oh yes, another humanity hating Malthusian who believes the absolute myth of overpopulation.
Educate yourself Christy. ALL of these so-called ‘crises’ are invented, not actual. The excellent article above (if you bothered to actually read it), explains how and why they were invented.

Christy
Christy
Oct 22, 2020 5:39 AM
Reply to  Anthony Porter

Yes yes, I’ve heard all that. It’s total bull. Educate yourself properly on how numbers work.

Anthony Porter
Anthony Porter
Oct 22, 2020 10:22 AM
Reply to  Christy

Yes, yes and I’ve heard even more of your type of ‘bull’, from many other indoctrinated trolls, who simply refuse to even think, let alone consider differing points of view, offered by others who are capable of thinking rationally, for themselves; as opposed to allowing themselves to be trapped in leftist group think as you clearly have.
All you have Christy is ad-hominem, but like any troll: no facts to back up your non-arguments, or even an ‘argument’ to present at all.

Christy
Christy
Oct 22, 2020 11:13 PM
Reply to  Anthony Porter

I gave an argument in one of my replies. And yes, I ‘think’. I considered it for a while, did some research, and concluded that your view is unfounded. Overpopulation isn’t going to be too much of an issue until we hit around 10 billion, unless the water runs out before we have the tech to cheaply get it from the oceans and glaciers and spread it across the world, even the far inland parts not near lakes or large rivers. The underground water table isn’t replenishing fast enough. That will also affect food to a degree. Still, developed countries tend to overproduce food, making it seem like food isn’t going to run out any time soon. For us, sure, probably not going to be an issue as long as we maintain the soil and don’t go overboard. For everyone else… food distribution is nowhere near even enough to sustain 10 billion people. If we managed to improve that, that would be great.

At this point, overpopulation is more in relation to food distribution rather than total worldwide food amount. That said, population cannot grow forever. We will hit the max eventually if we don’t level off worldwide population growth. I suggest looking at how many countries have a growing population rate and what that rate is, then look at the development state of that country.

Arby
Arby
Oct 13, 2020 10:18 PM

There’s no technology that Klaus can use to escape consequences, even if he thinks otherwise.

aspnaz
aspnaz
Oct 14, 2020 2:12 AM
Reply to  Arby

Working in finance, I remember the 80’s when traders would buy Ferrari’s and the like with their bonuses. Usually it was the sign that they were descending into obscurity. But one thing that always happened was that the new Ferrari owner suddenly sees themselves as an expert driver, an expert on sports cars and has a bigger ego, thinking that this purchase somehow makes them a greater person. Actually, this purchase would also persuade girls to take a ride, helping the male ego even more: both sexes are dumb.

Kind of pathetic, but you can see this in Schwab, a typical management buyer who believes the shite produced by the salesmen that surround him. For example, he is a believer in general purpose blockchain so is ignorant of the technology and has been fooled by salesman hype. Like Gates, he confuses the ability to buy with the ability to understand: salesmen are good at making you feel like an expert.

Arby
Arby
Oct 14, 2020 12:31 PM
Reply to  aspnaz

Speaking of salesmen; I really, really hope we start to lawsuits against tv network honchos. I don’t think anything else will have as much of an impact because if you hit a Gates or a Governor, those may be people who the average person doesn’t pay attention to. But everyone – and I mean everyone – is addicted to corporate media. And seeing how it was corporate media that helped nourish the first catastrophe, which was the dumbing down of, and propagandizing of, the people, which is what the second catastrophe, covid 1984, depended on for success, that target, I believe, would be effective. Hitting those criminal honchos would be visible to everyone.

Jay
Jay
Oct 13, 2020 9:59 PM

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Magumba
Magumba
Oct 14, 2020 9:52 AM
Reply to  Jay

The ONLY circuit breaker i wish to see is the one connected to the podium clowns chairs seconds before they are closed allowing the current to flow (hopefully generated by wind turbines…oh the irony)

Jaco
Jaco
Oct 13, 2020 9:17 PM

We are all in the same boat, but there is something I want to repeat again. It is possible that your brain does not accept or cannot bear the truth, in a kind of future oblivion, that is, that what is happening to you today, you blame on a past enemy, the real enemy being your home, dad and mom. But how is this going to be? Well, yours, our western and liberal democracies are the ones that are making our lives miserable, not fascism or National Socialism. It is like covid-19, that the error comes from the beginning, and thus there will never be an acceptable solution because everything like that will fail. Can these democracies assimilate some achievement of fascism for their good? Yes, but that is not why they are fascists. Are you Nazis for drinking Fanta? Well, no. Confusion benefits them. They are what they are, and you have to call things by their name. They are not fascists or nasional socialists, they are liberal sharks disguised as liberal sharks, the enemies of true fascism and National Socialism. That said, I am with you. Greetings.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 6:31 PM
Reply to  Jaco

You’re not with us, fascistoid pawn. You’re with your masters.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Oct 13, 2020 8:40 PM

Spending the first 7 years of your life in Nazi Germany is hardly a great introduction to the wonders of the Third Reich. He’s more likely to be a product of the initial phase of the Cold War — the Iron Curtain, Stalin, China, Korea and so on. If you read any science fiction from the 40s through the 60s you’ll see its an era of technological ‘can do’, its actually a bit quaint by modern standards since it doesn’t foresee any serious social or environmental consequences from its world vision, at least nothing that can’t be overcome by ‘more of the same’. We know a bit better now; its not a reason to turn our backs on technology, it just emphasizes the need for it to serve social goals rather than society adapting to it.

(There seems to be a lot of confusion about what exactly is a Nazi. To get some perspective I recommend reading William Shirer’s “Berlin Diary”. Shirer was an American journalist who spent 15 years in Europe, finally leaving Germany at the end of 1940 as the chief CBS correspondent for central Europe. Conteporary first hand accounts of everyday life in Germany in this period are quite rare due to keeping a journal being quite a risky activity; especially after the slow boil of totalitarianism had finally cooked the frog.)

Hans
Hans
Oct 13, 2020 8:38 PM

@ winter oak
What did you say! The Third Reich was a police-state regime built on fear and violence, on brainwashing and control, on propaganda and lies? Then please explain why over 90 per cent of the German adults vote for Hitler in 1934 and 1938? Doesn’t sound your description of the Third Reich instead like the condition of the western countries nowadays? UK, Germany, Scandinavia, Spain, US and so on?
You are a malevolent agitator. Are you a Jew? Or ingrained brainwashed only?

Don’t you know what your “democracy” is? It is nowadays in UK and in all western nations a police-state regime built on fear and violence (corona-pandemic-hoax, no right to shelter the white race in UK or in any other western country), on brainwashing and indoctrination (see winter oak) and control, on propaganda and lies (see narratives of the 3rd Reich, of Irak’s weapons of mass destruction, 9/11, you name it).
Let me tell you even for a certain part of the Brits the Third Reich was anything but a nigthmare.
For Jews instead, for goyim puppets, mass murderers and war criminals like Churchill Germany was an nightmare indeed.
You are a real Vansittard. A hater and useful idiot of Jewish interest!!
Keep in mind: It was Hitler and millions of German soldiers who saved your parents or grandparents asses from Stalins Jewish bolshevism!!!
Furthermore you even have no clue of history: Germans have never been fascists. They have been national socialists. If you don’t know the difference, keep your mouth shut up.

Dear readers, don’t get me wrong. With Schwab in the puppet regime the Federal Republic of Germany we got the same scum as you have in UK or elsewhere. But to evoke the impression “Germany might once again attack the whole world” – as Jewish advertising agencies in the thirties in the US lied to frighten Americans and to entice them into war against Germany – is tasteless and irresponsible.

With the Brits it’s always the same: agitation against Germany.
From Germany, Hans

Mike Ellwood
Mike Ellwood
Oct 14, 2020 1:14 AM
Reply to  Hans

What a load of bollocks. The 1938 “election” was hardly a normal election:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1938_German_parliamentary_election_and_referendum

By then, the police state was firmly entrenched, and any German who wanted to live voted the way the Nazi’s wanted to because they probably suspected (and probably correctly) that a “wrong” vote could be traced back to them. Plus there were no non-Nazi candidates.

The 1934 “election” was not an election, but a referendum, which Hitler won by intimidation and electoral fraud. The chances are that if he had lost it, he would have ignored the result anyway, and everyone knew it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1934_German_referendum

Then of course there was the enabling act, whereby the feeble Reichstag handed over absolute power to Hitler, thereby rendering themselves redundant:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enabling_Act_of_1933

In a similar manner, the feeble UK Parliament, in nodding through The Coronavirus Act, 2020, handed over absolute power to Boris Johnson and his corrupt crew of cronies. I would not say that Boris Johnson is a Nazi, but he is acting like a dictator, albeit an incompetent one. Maybe he’s the Charlie Chaplin version of a dictator, but just not very funny.

I like Germans; some of my best friends are German (really). But I don’t like Nazis, or Nazi sympathisers, which you seem to be Hansel.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 14, 2020 6:24 PM
Reply to  Mike Ellwood

Anyone who uses Wikipedia as supposed evidential support is a propagandist fraud. Hitler won fair and square. The Germans were sick and tired of poverty and deprivation under the treacherous Weimar Republic.

martin
martin
Oct 14, 2020 9:08 AM
Reply to  Hans

Hans, We are all the same people, (including Jewish) and there was no need for ‘crushing’ Germany, but until British people face up to that they will be slaves.

My understanding is that ordinary Jewish people of Europe were sacrificed by the Zionists and Anglo Lords for their own strategic ends. Without war social policies would have been worked out. I think of Irene Nemirovsky, I know that countries all over Europe including Jersey cooperated in putting them on the trains to the labour camps.. Yes, Germany committed crimes but we needed the impartial truth in the aftermath, including the rape and starvation and ethnic cleansing and Eisenhower’s camps..
 
I agree, Germany saved all of (Western) Europe from the Bolshevik lockdown. The Gulag. What do people think a mass movement against the present rulers would look like if not nationalist and socialist? (meaning a Parliamentary welfare state, with sovereign money run for the benefit of the people who live in that country). 

We should separate the aspirations of German people from the leadership they got, (which failed) and be careful about what we get today. Sir Keir no doubt.

Tim Drayton
Tim Drayton
Oct 14, 2020 4:49 PM
Reply to  Hans

I am puzzled where you get the 90% from. In the last elections held in 1933 before Hitler seized dictatorial power, which took place in an atmosphere of intimidation, the Nazis got 43.91% of the vote.

Almondson
Almondson
Oct 20, 2020 6:34 PM
Reply to  Hans

Hans, take your medication, and keep licking those boots.

Gwyn
Gwyn
Oct 13, 2020 8:37 PM

Klaus Schwarbie can stick his ideas about fungibility up his fundament.

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Oct 13, 2020 8:11 PM

Well… the newest recruit to the Bill Gates family!

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Fits PERFECTLY on that TEAM!

JuraCalling
JuraCalling
Oct 13, 2020 9:05 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

Barroso. He offered a private suite for Bush Jr and Blair to finalise their plans to wage an illegal war and get away with it. Suddenly Portugal was big and important. But not as big or important as their leader Barroso. Talk about knowing where the bodies are buried..

He later became Blair’s closest bosom buddy in Europe once Blair had resigned as PM to invest his war fund into property.At the same time, Barroso’s closeness to Blair( and , by extension, Israel) secured him a very nice position in the UK arm of Goldman Sachs.A job which entails doing nothing, not even turning up for work, and receiving a lot of ( hush money) salary.

He is already using his latest privileged position to talk nonsense :

“The world needs Gavi now more than ever, both to ensure COVID-19 vaccines reach every country, rich and poor, and to press ahead with its core mission to protect hundreds of millions of people from preventable diseases.”

No kidding. If they’re preventable how do they arise. I suppose i could explain the difference between prevention cure, and how more valuable prevention is.But the man’s a dickhead in a high place. Or , as they refer to themselves, a genetic superior.

Ernest Judd
Ernest Judd
Oct 13, 2020 11:38 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

The Holocau$t is an industry, rapaciously stealing Germany’s wealth based on “guilt”.
The Industry is after Poland next.
A genocide happened but there is NO EVIDENCE for 6 million.
Even Auschwitz dumbed down their numbers from 4 million to 1.1! And after all the falsehoods it was just a work camp.

Do not invoke Godwin’s Law!

mgeo
mgeo
Oct 14, 2020 8:13 AM
Reply to  Ernest Judd

Perhaps you could look up the genocide by Allies of German POWs after the war.
That was 10-12 million through starvation, exposure and experimentation. Plus an unknown (to me) number of Japanese POWs. Plus mass rape of German and Japanese women.

Moneycircus
Moneycircus
Oct 14, 2020 12:16 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

Barroso, BTW, is a Maoist though he’s evolved into the type that Goldman Sachs is happy to hire.

messenger charles
messenger charles
Oct 14, 2020 6:17 PM
Reply to  Voz 0db

Jobs for all the Bolshevik Marxists. Nice!

Jesper
Jesper
Oct 13, 2020 7:58 PM

Our society’s fetishising of technology is coming to its logical conclusion I believe. People are the new kettle.