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Moscow to prioritize Davos-endorsed plan to cattle-tag the planet

Riley Waggaman

“Digital public infrastructure” is a friendly space lizard euphemism for “you will be cattle-tagged and you will like it.”

Probably you’ve read about the joys of DPI while browsing the websites of the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and other benevolent reservoirs of international altruism dedicated to creating a safe, convenient, equitable, inclusive, and extremely sustainable world.

Here’s how the United Nations Development Program describes DPI:

Digital public infrastructure (DPI) is a shared means to many ends. It is a critical enabler of digital transformation and is helping to improve public service delivery at scale. Designed and implemented well, it can help countries achieve their national priorities and accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals.

Governments, donors, the private sector and civil society alike have an opportunity to shape it—join us!

Now for the Rockefeller Foundation’s definition:

DPI is a digital approach that enables essential society-wide functions to promote economic and social growth for everyone—not just those who can afford access.

Its immediate uses are many, including emergency payments to climate refugees via cell phones, immediate telehealth and records access, a digital ID that speeds access to social benefits, and more.

Here’s how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation explains this wholesome digital initiative:

When COVID-19 accelerated digital transformation globally, it highlighted the difference between strong and weak digital infrastructure. Countries have a narrow window to ensure they have digital networks that safely and efficiently deliver economic opportunities and social services to all residents. This is digital public infrastructure.

And last but not least, the World Economic Forum’s hot take on DPI:

Digital Public Infrastructure is crucial in addressing important global challenges such as climate change and the need for responsive and effective public finance. […]

An infrastructure-first approach using DPIs holds the promise for us to imagine an inclusive digital future that harnesses the power of society, governments and businesses, while being innovative, contextually relevant and scalable to serve people and our planet.

DPIs in identification and payments have shortened the adoption and inclusion curve significantly.

If we remove the extraneous word salad from the above blockquotes, the driving philosophy behind DPI can be summarized as:

Cattle-tags aren’t just safe and convenient, they’re a human right.

I am pointing this out because Vladimir Putin announced at November’s G20 summit that “the development of digital public infrastructure” was a “priority” for the Russian Federation.

source: Kremlin.ru

Of course, it’s important to remember that Moscow’s unapologetic promotion of DPI is very good and anti-globalist, while the Rockefeller Foundation’s policy papers detailing how DPI will make the world more “equitable” are very bad and evil.

It’s obvious that Moscow is rushing to implement DPI projects in Russia in order to prevent the globalists from implementing DPI projects in Russia. The exact same strategy is being used by Moscow to fight the bad clot-shots and bad CBDCs with good clot-shots and good CBDCs.

But back to DPI.

The excellent Russian academic and economist Valentin Katasonov recently published an article about this new global “infrastructure” project and why DPI will likely be 2024’s Acronym of the Year. (You might remember Mr. Katasonov’s astute commentary on the digital ruble.) His latest op-ed on DPI was published by at least three Russian-language outlets (Zavtra, a right-wing conservative alt media site, Katyusha.org, our patriotic Orthodox pals, and Business Gazeta, which is Russia’s most red-pilled business news site).

The article is below. Happy reading.

DPI – will this be the name of the global “digital concentration camp”?

by Valentin Katasonov, December 15, 2023

In the past year, one of the most frequently used English-language abbreviations in the Russian media was CBDC—Central Bank Digital Currency. Our particular interest in the topic of CBDC was due to the fact that in the summer of this year the law on the digital ruble was adopted, and the Bank of Russia began the gradual introduction of this digital ruble into our lives.

I do not exclude that next year, 2024, another English-language abbreviation will take first place in popularity—DPI, which stands for Digital Public Infrastructure. For the majority of our citizens, the topic of DPI is still terra incognita.  But the implementation of the DPI project may be happening so quickly that next year citizens may lose sleep because of this mysterious DPI. It can have the same shock effect on people as, say, the so-called Covid pandemic that swept the whole world, including Russia, in 2020.

The project to introduce DPI was initiated at the very top. It is carried out under the auspices of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation with the support of the European Union, the IMF and the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.

The United Nations (UNDP) Guide to Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI)  states that the project has three main components: “In general, there are three main types of protocols that facilitate digital public infrastructure: digital identity, digital payments and data exchange.”  As for the first component (digital identification), we are talking about a digital identity card.

And further on the UNDP website we read: “These three protocols are usually required for most digital service transactions, such as issuing permits, issuing licenses or providing records, which often require verifying the identity of the user, ensuring the exchange of data between agencies and users, and finally authorization online payments.”

Here are some more snippets from the UNDP website: “By prioritizing these three protocols, local governments can set the stage for the successful development of an entire ecosystem of digital services to meet the unique needs of their community.” On the issue of digital identity, it specifically states: “This digital identity determines what products, services and information we can access—or, conversely, what is closed to us.”

Everything is quite frank. Access to public goods will be differentiated taking into account the social status of a person—probably in the spirit of Huxley’s novel “Brave New World”, where all the inhabitants of the “Brave New World” are divided into castes. It is likely that the behavior of each individual will also play a factor, specifically, with the help of social ratings assigned to each individual (the Chinese comrades have made the most progress in this direction).

I have already written quite a lot about such a DPI component as CBDC. I recently published a book on this topic: Digital currencies: from Bitcoin to CBDC: “Masters of money” want to become “masters of the world” (M.: Tion, 2023).

Even before the DPI project appeared, I said that CBDC is an important part of a more global, general project to build a global digital concentration camp and that all the details of the overall project are still unknown to us. And now, it seems, we are finally seeing how a puzzle called the “global digital concentration camp” is being put together from individual pieces. Its name is DPI.

As for CBDC, in recent months some of the secrets of this project are also starting to come out. Central banks of dozens of countries around the world already announced last year that they were starting to prepare and implement digital currency projects. But at the same time they said that we were talking exclusively about national digital currencies. And that CBDC is just an addition to the two existing forms of money—cash and non-cash. But this year there are already many signs that a single world digital currency will be created over time, and that CBDC is not a third type of money, but the only one that will eventually replace both cash and traditional non-cash money.

In November 2023, the International Fintech Festival was held in Singapore. It was addressed by the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva. She called on states to “continue to prepare for the implementation” of CBDCs and related payment platforms in the future. The executive director noted that CBDCs are better able than cash and traditional bank transfers to provide sustainability in advanced economies and improve access to financial services in underbanked communities. They talk more openly about the future of CBDC in China: they do not hide that the digital yuan not only can, but should, in the future, replace traditional types of money, primarily the cash yuan.

In recent months, various websites dedicated to the topic of DPI have begun to appear like mushrooms after rain. Here, for example,  is a site called CDPI. This is a DPI developer information resource called the Center for Digital Public Infrastructure. The site is largely advertising. It is impossible to understand from it who are the developers of the project, who are the customers, and who is financing the development.

The website explains what DPI is: “Digital public infrastructure is an approach to solving socio-economic problems at scale, combining minimalist technological interventions, public-private governance and dynamic market innovation. Common examples include the Internet, mobile networks, GPS, verifiable identity systems, interoperable payment networks, consistent data exchange, open-loop discovery and execution networks, digital signatures, and more.” As we can see, the DPI project is designed to integrate everything that has been developed and can still be developed in various spheres of public life and is related to digital technologies and digital information.

There are only two people “highlighted” on the CDPI website who, apparently, are deeply immersed in the topic of DPI. One of them is Nandan Nilekani, an Indian entrepreneur and billionaire closely associated with the American billionaire Bill Gates. He gained worldwide fame thanks to the fact that in 2017 he donated half of his fortune to the Bill and Melinda Gates Charitable Foundation. The Indian billionaire touts the project as follows: “Digital public infrastructure is about creating a technology-enabled growth model that is collaborative, equitable and democratizes opportunity at the population scale. The DPI Center can help countries move faster on this journey.”

And the second figure is Bill Gates himself. Apparently, he is the main figure at this CDPI organization. On the site’s home page, he addresses users with these inspiring words: “Just as we built roads, highways and airports in the 20th century, we must now build a digital infrastructure that is open, accessible and empowering for everyone.”

Judging by many signs, we will hear about [Bill Gates] in 2024 as often as we heard about him, for example, in 2020-2021, when he was pushing with all his might the idea of ​​universal vaccination of humanity, and vaccination together with the digital identification of every inhabitant of the planet.

Many observers and DPI experts call the main drivers of the project the UN (UNDP) and Bill Gates (the Foundation named after him). And this project received the unofficial name “50-in-5”. It means that the UN and Bill Gates plan to create full-fledged digital public infrastructures in 50 countries over a period of five years. That is, if we count from 2023, then in 2028 full-fledged digital concentration camps should be built in fifty countries of the world. And in the longer term, a single world will be created from individual digital concentration camps.

When did the “50-in-5” campaign start? The UNDP website states the exact start date—November 8, 2023. The world community has not yet fully realized this historical event. […]

There are other participants in the DPI project. Thus, at the B20 (Business-20) summit in India in August, the entrepreneur and billionaire Nandan Nilekani, already mentioned above, spoke. He is considered India’s premier digital identity architect. At the summit, the businessman boasted about how far India has come in building digital public infrastructure. And that other countries could follow suit and use DPI for everything from vaccine passports, tax collection and road toll payments, to climate change adaptation and the transition to a circular economy.

And at the spring (2023) session of the IMF and the World Bank, this Indian billionaire said that to build a “correct society” in the New World, only three tools are needed: every member of such a society should have a digital identity card; Everyone should have a bank account; Everyone should have a smartphone. This is quite enough to build the entire digital infrastructure of society, i.e., translated into less politically correct language, a digital concentration camp.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) also makes a strong contribution to the construction of DPI, which began to be undeservedly forgotten after the abrupt end of the so-called Covid pandemic. In November of this year, the WEF proposed its plan for introducing “digital ID cards.” Moreover, the threat of a sharp warming of the planet, expectations of new pandemics, impending world famine and other global threats leave no time for escalation. The WEF  believes that the digital identification of all inhabitants of the planet should be completed by 2030.

Observers and experts who have begun monitoring the DPI topic note that if the implementation of the project begins to slip, then the organizers of the campaign will most likely resort to an already proven means: the World Health Organization (WHO) will announce the beginning of some new “pandemic”, with all the ensuing consequences for human rights and freedoms.

PS — The author of a recent article [published by Tsargrad] on the topic of DPI suggested giving another, more accurate name to the projectGDCC—“global digital concentration camp”.

source: TASS.ru

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Vagabard
Vagabard
Jan 5, 2024 10:21 PM

“Government as a platform” is an interesting DPI concept. May turn out to the solution to the eternal war of Autocracy vs Anarchism, rather than the final nail in humanity’s coffin  🤔 

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 6:24 AM

Reliable Riley once more rushes to the fore waving a red flag to warn the world of impending danger of motor transport.

Sunface Jack
Sunface Jack
Jan 5, 2024 5:25 AM

Thanks Riley.
If people are confused this is further support that Russia’s BRICS is nothing more than a branch of the NWO. One and the same.

rangeofillusions
rangeofillusions
Jan 4, 2024 4:01 PM

Luckily in the U>K we can vote using photographic id like passport or driving license
it came into effect last year.
even more luck then evil baddies Russia and China Booooooooo who dont have a care system like us and jealous of our freedoms.

Upon death all U.K residents organs will be taken out there bodies and used for helping others (like big pharma research) unless we optd out before hand. U>K so cares about the health of others.

Every adult in England is now automatically an organ donor by law

cattle tag the planet?? and the birth certificate which these bloggers fails to mentioned (to far out for them to work out) which the west incooperates the most.

if that a different form of cattle tagging or is that normal and democracy ???
what about the NI number or tax code. ?
why is this all needed.? more importantly why is there never ever any of your crusader bloggers writing about it.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 5, 2024 4:00 AM

Be warned: If you opted for organ donation or failed to opt out, this dramatically affects the medical treatment you get in case of life-threatening problem. Hint: organ parts are a big international business; it is a part of the booty of war.

WorkingClassHero
WorkingClassHero
Jan 6, 2024 6:22 AM
Reply to  mgeo

There is a reason the surgeons car park at the Hospital is filled with Porsche’s.

I don’t have a problem with donating my priceless organs. However it’s comes with my own set of contractual conditions.

  1. Since I’m giving a priceless organ for free, I believe the hospital should do the same. This means not charging hundreds of thousands to install the part.
  2. My family gets to choose who it goes to. This way there is a better chance it will go to a deserving candidate.
  3. The candidate should be a none smoker, drinker and someone who has not taken the jab.

Only then will I consider being a donor. This agreement thing, it’s a two way street and we all need to start making counter offers to their offers which benefit only them..

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jan 4, 2024 3:46 PM

I have found myself wondering that Off-G is still within the ambit of On-G — if it critiques the same material — so it must still be to some extent within the same Guardianista world view.

How can that be alt?
I would never say managed oppositon. But perhaps a bit like Hollywood where there’s a remake, same but different.

Kalen
Kalen
Jan 4, 2024 5:48 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

Good point. I would not expect Off-G to publish article that could have easily been published on-G.
However I don’t think that this article is one of them as it doesn’t have Russophobic venom MSM editors require in treating enemy and instead emphasizes ideology of globalization common between elites of east and west.

On the other hand amid blatant western aggression against Russia as a culture there is little forum for genuine criticism of Russian policies without Russophobic hatred behind such criticism. Off-G tries to take up such a role.

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 7:50 AM
Reply to  moneycircus

“so it must still be to some extent within the same Guardianista world view.”

Too true: I often detect that tone of moral superiority innate to “people who think they run the country”. Contrarywise, there is still a lot of good in the Guardian eg, Arts & Letters, and a more extensive coverage of Africa. What vitiated the Guardian was its perpetual representative from Rothschild on the Guardian Trust, later replaced by dependence on funding from Soros who is Rothschild’s right hand man in the U$A. Hence the Guardian’s obligatory cheerleading for Anglo Zio Capitalist resource wars.

OffG does not cheerlead resource wars, and opposes World Government like a true Liberal; but it’s hard to lose a Whiggish Bertrand Russell accent picked up from parents and playfellows in one’s formative years.

“Russia and the West” — Lord Bertrand Russell

Sam - Admin2
Admin
Sam - Admin2
Jan 5, 2024 1:09 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

When you were using Offg to flog your paid content your tune was very different. Funny that.

I would never say hypocrite. But perhaps, like a spoilt child, you’re suffering from the vagaries of your temperament. A2

WorkingClassHero
WorkingClassHero
Jan 6, 2024 6:24 AM
Reply to  moneycircus

The main stream understand many have stopped watching their channels. So they have created alternatives to keep the fake news, events and messages coming.

Hope this clears up the confusion.

Freecus
Freecus
Jan 4, 2024 3:18 PM

National governments are Corporations, the controlling jurisdiction is international Commerce under the rules of Unidroit, based in Rome.
UN member-ship is the vessel that ensures compliance, along with citizen-ship to a de facto Corporation which masquerades as a de jure Land or Nation of living People.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 5, 2024 4:04 AM
Reply to  Freecus

UN membership alone need not mean slavery. But the traitors representing us are acquiescing to increasing UN tyranny. The latest example is the WHO “pandemic” tyranny, for which no government may have opted out in time.

Sunface Jack
Sunface Jack
Jan 5, 2024 5:37 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Membership of an unelected organisation and following its diktats is nothing more than treasonous
UCC or Uniform Commercial Code also over-arches and underpins the codes of exchange between all agencies, governments, and institutions between and amongst themselves. All human affairs are thereby governed by such contracts, which are made, assumed, or foisted upon them.
Once humankind awakens to UCC law and learns how NOT to contract, how to REVOKE contracts and how to RESCIND and REDACT signatures and subjugation to the fictions – then we will be rid of the covert systems of control and manipulation (enslavement) which all seek to be freed from.
Since we are not corporations, but living men and women, the entire system is based upon an outlandish fraud and criminal coercion. 
It is tantamount to slavery. 

The Great Mistakening
The Great Mistakening
Jan 4, 2024 2:20 PM

🎶 Every time they make you afraid remember someone’s getting paid to make ya shy away or hate something you don’t know about yet. Everytime they mention War, they call it every word but it’s slaughter. What they’re really talking about all the time…Is just what they desire. Cause they make billions of death blood and fire. I can’t tell you how dog tired I am of this game🎶

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvVsyalnz48

moneycircus
moneycircus
Jan 4, 2024 2:16 PM

The objective is to get the D done… a global agenda, to whom all are at threat.

Sasha Latypova, Katherine Watt, David Martin have shown that Dancing With Mr D is a national security imperative as per NSSM 200 aka the Kissinger Report.
Obviously it cannot be hidden when so many people ascend.

Dancing with Mr D is: depopulation.

The strategy of state run media control (including so-called alternative media) is to slow-walk the drip of information… It does not matter if the people get acquainted, so long as it’s too late.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 7:58 PM
Reply to  moneycircus

Dont worry, the sheeple are able to block everything out.

Rustydolly77
Rustydolly77
Jan 4, 2024 1:02 PM

If the author believes the newspaper Zavtra is right-wing, he does not understand anything about Russia. Zavtra is and always has been a communist newspaper.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 8:02 PM
Reply to  Rustydolly77

Everybody can make a mistake without not understanding a shit about anything.

Sunface Jack
Sunface Jack
Jan 5, 2024 5:53 AM
Reply to  Rustydolly77

Maybe you don’t know, that the author himself is an experienced journalist. He previously worked for Press TV, RT and Russia Insider.
So, I am sure he knows very well its leanings.

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:08 AM
Reply to  Rustydolly77

Zavtra (Tomorrow) is a typical name for an old fashioned Progressive newspaper, Communist or otherwise.

From Radio Free Europe (Anglo Zio Capitalist propaganda outlet):

“MOSCOW — Not so long ago, the ultranationalist broadsheet “Zavtra” would occasionally pillory President Vladimir Putin.
But that all changed with Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support for pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine.
“With Crimea joining Russia, Putin suits us. Putin is even an inspiration to us,” says Andrei Fefelov, an editor at “Zavtra” and the son of the newspaper’s founder, Aleksandr Prokhanov.”

“Far Right” is MSM libel label for any patriotic viewpoint (be it Communist Atheist, Christian Orthodox or whatever) which opposes Anglo Zionazi Capitalist hegemony over every nation in the world.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 4, 2024 11:36 AM

“promote economic and social growth for everyone”.
Here’s some Rockefeller social growth for everyone:
https://theconversation.com/theyre-serving-what-how-the-c-word-went-from-camp-to-internet-mainstream-210214?utm_source=pocket-newtab-en-gb
Some will still be so concerned to signal that they are no puritan to refuse to see deliberate and calculated cultural debasement even when it’s right in front of them.

“the social status of a person—probably in the spirit of Huxley’s novel “Brave New World”, where all the inhabitants of the “Brave New World” are divided into castes.”
The idea of castes comes from Hinduism and the notion of karma. Funny how on threads like these some religions cop copious flak but Hinduism doesn’t and culture creators like John Lennon and ‘Instant Karma’ have people falling over themselves to claim what a hero he was. This is no accident – it’s a result of decades of programming. The British elite (including Huxley) have a long-term fascination with Hinduism and it shouldn’t be difficult to see why. What elite wouldn’t love the Deltas and the Epsilons to be treated like the Untouchables? Hey, they must have dome something bad in a past life!

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 9:08 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Good point. Hinduism is an ugly bugly feature and why India never got out of the British colonial embracement.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 5, 2024 4:09 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Feudal serfdom and Catholicism also implemented caste, though in an informal way. You cannot have exploitation without tyranny.

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:19 AM
Reply to  Edwige

The British ruling class have long had a fascination with “our Aryan cousin” (Passage to India, by EM Forster).

Thanks for pointing out that the similarity is not restricted to a taste for horsey sports (gymkhana, polo and jodhpurs) but also to a shared desire to be top of a Caste system. The current British Prime Minister is a good example of these shared values).

richard
richard
Jan 5, 2024 7:49 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Yeah, words like “better recognise your brother… everyone you meet.”
Instant Karma was so bad…

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jan 4, 2024 10:27 AM

Anyone in UK at the moment will be aware of the Post Office Horizon scandal highlighted by the TV drama “Mr Bates V the Post Office”

If you’re outside UK the Post office and government were complicit in wrongly convicting some 500 postmasters for theft from the Post office.

You have to ask why such an explosive drama was allowed to be aired, clearly showing, as it does, the corruption of the Post Office and, by extension, the government.

My guess is that a few token heads will roll (After 20+ years!)

An easy pimple to pop.

The campaign to remove the CBE from the then Post Office boss, Paula Vennells, has gained over 100,000 signatures overnight. They sure know how to do their two minute’s hate!

The government will say “Look at us, We’re the government of justice, you can trust us”

They need that trust to implement the CBDC

Just a thought.

rangeofillusions
rangeofillusions
Jan 4, 2024 3:38 PM

It is the selection year so expect more Propaganda about how the government can help
So expect to see more coppers on the streets as there told to walk the beat more especially during Saturday and Friday early afternoon/ nights.
due to the obvious loss of respect of government or justice system they will have endless tv series or fake mock tribunals or court cases like the trump thing or ovid inquiry.

to the average voting Joe (including alt media believer) the above shows the justice system is not perfect but it when it makes a mistake and public uproar, it says sorry after a fair independent investigation.

Next up will be the supposedly independent media outlets all doing a switch a roo and having *Conservative Mps on explaining how they want a vaccine inquiry or whatever waffle is the latest topic.( *u,.k shillum and billend tree did this last year)
or adult men faking it as asylum seekers trained by houmas isls hasbelloul al keda russian sleeper cells IRA trained on behalf of the UN and palastaint including moslems trannies teachers secretly hiding in migrant 57 star hotels awaiting order to take over thee west 💤 . (better find a political party who will stop this invasion) Look at us, We’re the government of justice, you can trust us” and out appears a new alternative political party.

Clutching at straws was you aware??? to do care work now, you dont need any experience what so ever and can do a vol job and still get housing ben paid for especially if you join the big corp care firms..

You see the government does care ..

or you can do a Neanderthal Netanyahu did and spent 3 years changing the juridical process then joined up with thee most right of worse right then wonderful deflection with murder and war bring in new laws to relive him of his convictions and help agenda 30 speed up.

The government will say “Look at us, We’re the government of justice, you can trust us”
alt media does the same. “Look at us, We’re the information of truth, you can trust us”

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 9:16 PM

In my country they appointed a Communist as Director General for the Public Post Office.

After many scandals they laid down the whole Public Post Office and leased it to private supermarkets and handlers who today are handling our letters and packages.
Privatization you know. Labour and the Tories are working hand i hand in these schemes.

Mokoto
Mokoto
Jan 4, 2024 7:42 AM

What enlightened guidance we have all received courtesy of the WEF over these last few years?

And from even ‘King Charles the Turd’ himself, for coining the phrase ‘The Great Reset’.

This has triggered the whole Covid misdirection psyop that has brought us the killer mRNA jabs, that have killed over twenty million people so far globally, with sudden deaths still increasing daily!

Are you feeling happy now, Schwab, Gates, Fauci and all of the other Marxist retards who supported this mass murder?

When do we begin to see prosecutions start for all these crimes against humanity which have been committed by such a rag tag bunch of unconscious criminal perpetrators?

Who would have thought that a computer modeled virus could be such an effective eugenics tool.

There then followed the whole NATO-US-Ukraine tragedy and debacle, to bring an unnecessary war against Russia, which now has killed more than five hundred thousand people, with how many more millions of war victims from both sides suffering with life changing and terrible injuries.

Then we have the whole Zionist Israeli genocide, supported militarily by the US-UK against all of the Palestinian people, in the name of destroying Hamas!

Unthinkable daily war crimes are being committed in Gaza, which are causing murderous attacks from many neighboring Arab countries that will eventually destroy Israel itself.

How can we change this foolish world and so many unconscious fools to sanity?

Sooner or later we will all have to individually realize that, first you have to know yourself to be yourself.

You cannot remain an unconscious fool for your whole life imitating all the other unconscious fools.

The collective mind is not a very intelligent mind.

Remember, the collective hive mind lives according to the lowest denominator, it cannot reach to the highest peaks of understanding, of vision, of seeing.

The collective mind lives in a meaningless rut, thinking that all this is meaningful, because everybody else is doing the same, so it must be meaningful.

The modern mind is at a loss, the meaning is lost.

You have to decide your own meaning.

Only when you start becoming an individual, when you start standing on your own, then suddenly you begin to see the point.

Your world is a mind-creation, run by politicians, priests, globalists, criminals and psychopaths using simple dis-information narratives, propaganda and absolute lies to control you, when in reality only existence is the truth.

You have to stop cooperating with them.

Their control of your world depends on your cooperation, this much is certain.

Don’t cooperate with them, stop them controlling your mind.

You are much more than your mind.

They have criminally imposed all their divisions in you, to create violence, misery, war and hate.

You are living a life of strain, pain, effort and struggle.

STOP!

Start from now living a life of relaxation, calm and quiet.

And you will be surprised, you have been missing life, not because life is worthless.

You have been missing life only because you have been taught by these criminal globalists to live a worthless kind of life.

Just so they can control you!

Just knowing that they are causing most of the chaos in the world, ninety percent of the worlds destructive problems will simply disappear.

Ignore these mentally ill globalists.

Create new and better ways to be, to create, to live, to love.

Life gives you immense opportunities.

Use them.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 6:38 PM
Reply to  Mokoto

“..prosecutions start for all these crimes against humanity which have been committed by such a rag tag bunch of unconscious criminal perpetrators“.

Exactly, we need to prosecute someone.

“First the China virus because it came from China, the Chinese rice worker who let the dogs out was also letting the virus scam out to the entire global vaccinated population.

The Chinese rice worker will be punished with eternal F-16 fire from heaven. Done!”

“Second, who invented the vaxx pushing the entire global vaccinated population into a digital prison? Taliban and the Afghan mountain farmers!
THEY were destroying all the poppy fields who gave revenues to Pentagon to defend the innocent American people.
Today the entire vaccinated US population are drug addicts because of Afghan farmers.

No justice has yet arrived as the criminals always get lost, but prosecutions and Nürnberg Trials WILL begin and the Afghan farmers WILL be hanged.” Done!
https://youtu.be/ojULkWEUsPs who let the dogs out

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:26 AM
Reply to  Mokoto

“The collective mind is not a very intelligent mind.
Remember, the collective hive mind lives according to the lowest denominator, it cannot reach to the highest peaks of understanding, of vision, of seeing.”

True. Nevertheless, the hive mind plays a very important part in survival: you see it in such long surviving species as ants, slime moulds, shoals of fish, flocks of birds and herds of sheep.

Sonny-Raye Hayes
Sonny-Raye Hayes
Jan 4, 2024 5:30 AM

To the three main types of DPI protocols I vehemently extend my erect and defiant middle digit.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 4, 2024 6:03 AM

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Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 3:34 AM

Putin the good cop, a wagging poodle. “We always wanted to be like you, an equal partner”.

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jan 4, 2024 11:35 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

But the good news is that they (the Russians, not Vlad) are beating the crap out of the UkroNazis.
I guess i’m just a deluded nostalgic since I really love seeing fascists eating shit.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 9:44 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

Yeah the Russian people are not too bad. 😉

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:37 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Neither are the people of “the collective West”. The difference lies in the inferior quality of Western Leadership which is now entirely Plutocratic and rife with Nepotism.

Lu1
Lu1
Jan 4, 2024 12:17 PM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

https://off-guardian.org/2024/01/01/2024-the-year-global-government-takes-shape/#comment-647096

NickM Jan 2, 2024 9:29 AM

Big mess in the Collective West. But some countries have competent government: Iran, Russia and China are rising relative to sclerotic despotic nepotic EU$A.

Saying it again, you have a tremendous sense of humour, very funny https://youtu.be/LSbwYyyCIJU?si=5UoscmZXMAucsm8x

Unbef’inglievable  😴 

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:33 AM
Reply to  Erik Nielsen

Putin has learnt his lesson from Minsk1 Minsk2 and Istanbul: the EU$A are not capable of honouring a signed agreement.
“They are our enemy” said Putin in his latest speed to wounded soldiers.

Alas!

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 5, 2024 10:01 PM
Reply to  NickM

Forgive me for being a bit suspicious about this game.
Yes I know West has been playing their usual betraying game played by the Foreign Office in London and the Bank of England, but Putin would also be aware.
So why are Russia just killing 500 000 young men and dragging time up to date in an isolated area?
Leaving the world with less men and more women, and nothing else??

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 2:16 AM

“But, but, but….. Russia is anti-Davos. I read that on 5 different blogs and 4 alt-media websites.”  😂 

So finally, here’s an article totally worth a 5, and it’s currently rating…. 3.6? Hard to believe this place.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 4, 2024 6:09 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

The cognitive dissonance is too much.

NickM
NickM
Jan 5, 2024 8:49 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

Better believe it. Russian bashing is an old Western sport, going back to the Elizabethan era:

“A mess of Russians” — Shakespeare, Loves Labours Lost.

Antonym
Antonym
Jan 4, 2024 2:10 AM

Does anyone believe that Putin will give the WEF access to Russian data?

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 2:17 AM
Reply to  Antonym

The World Bank is overseeing Russia’s implementation of the CBDC.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 4, 2024 7:03 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

Evidence please !

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jan 4, 2024 11:36 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

Good luck, Brian …

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 6:04 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

Look abovr

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 6:04 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

Iain Davis has addressed this in various articles and interviews. The Bank of Russia’s system is the same platform as used by the Bank of China and Western central banks, a key feature is interoperability.
https://iaindavis.substack.com/p/central-bank-digital-currency-is-359

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 9:58 PM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

In Stalin’s days we had peace. There was none of this soft speak and greasy lies and appeasement poodles.

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 11:56 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

 From the article whose URL is at the bottom

We’ll give the final word to the Public Commission for Family Protection, a conservative activist group: [Link]

‘On December 29, under the cover of a new year, a group of deputies and senators submitted to the State Duma a bill on the introduction of a digital ruble. In fact, this is a project of our Central Bank, which is not subordinate to the Government of the Russian Federation (Yale University graduate Nabiullina and her deputy, a graduate of the University of California, Skorobogatova).

In the bill’s explanatory note, the authors admit that during the preparation of the draft law, “foreign experience in creating and regulating the currencies of central banks was analyzed … projects of foreign countries aimed at the introduction of digital currencies of central banks (CBDC) were studied, in terms of issues related to their regulation. The general conceptual approaches developed by foreign policymakers were, to a certain extent, taken into account when creating the concept of the digital ruble.”

In other words, a globalist project to introduce standardized “digital money” worldwide has been initiated on Russian soil.

The project is managed by the central banks of all countries of the world —as part of the supranational structure of the Washington Consensus, in full accordance with the plans of the main shareholders of the Fed, as well as the controllers of the IMF and the World Bank (head offices are in the USA).’
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/the-digital-ruble-a-friendly-cbdc

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 5, 2024 12:34 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

And, best yet.

Safe, convenient & for your protection. The Bank of Russia has just pulled off the oldest scam in the scam-book. Edward Slavsquat, 1/18/23

Who or what inspired the Russian government to give control of country’s biometrics to a private enterprise partly owned by the Bank of Russia? Maybe the World Bank?[Screen shot] In an article published just days before the bill was rushed (in violation of protocols) through the legislature and signed into law, Tsargrad—a pro-Putin conservative outlet—made the following observations:
“Sharp criticism of the bill on biometrics was voiced at a public conference held on December 14 in Moscow dedicated to this issue. The general opinion of the speakers was that the law on biometrics is deeply unconstitutional and creates the basis for building a “digital concentration camp” in Russia. […] The conference participants pointed to the true authors of the bill on biometrics. It fully meets the recommendations of such a globalist and deeply hostile structure to Russia as the World Bank. These recommendations are contained in a 2018 World Bank document titled “Competition in the Digital Age: Policy Implications for the Russian Federation”. The World Bank recommended that Russia make public services fully digital, transform the education and healthcare system into a digital form. The World Bank recommendations have already spilled over into recommendations given by Russian government agencies.

In its 2018 report, the World Bank said Russian financial institutions were “driving the adoption of a national digital ID system” in the country. The World Bank was particularly impressed by Russia’s trailblazing “biometric solutions,” for example, “the biometric identification platform recently piloted by Rostelecom that enables clients to open a bank account remotely.” The report urged policymakers to create a regulatory framework that would “foster partnerships in the digital finance ecosystem, including the public sector.”

The “biometric identification platform” piloted by Rostelecom is known as the Unified Biometric System (UBS). Created in 2018 in partnership with the Bank of Russia, UBS was initially billed as a “safe and convenient” way for Russians to remotely open bank accounts or apply for loans. The bill that Putin signed into law on December 29 paves the way for UBS to be used in all aspects of life—what you might call a “national digital ID system.”
https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/p/safe-convenient-and-for-your-protection

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jan 4, 2024 7:43 PM
Reply to  Antonym

Er…. Yes.

I don’t understand your question.

FFS (great band btw) they’re all in it.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 9:55 PM
Reply to  Antonym

If my government say it I will believe it.

Verity
Verity
Jan 4, 2024 12:38 AM

It means that the UN and Bill Gates plan to create full-fledged digital public infrastructures in 50 countries over a period of five years.

…As if he hadn’t already tormented humanity enough with Windows.



rangeofillusions
rangeofillusions
Jan 4, 2024 12:35 AM

Moscow surveillance in the city i am maybe a little bit sure it a medium.U>K London zone 1 (they even all it zones) and most U.K city’s is savage, a 10+ out of 5.
even the toilets now have this fake blind wave your hand thing so the censor can help blind people navigate the toilet (bullshti). pure surveillance you cant even have a quiet shit without them scanning the room.
looky looky over there psyop whilst U.K surveillance hardly gets a peeping in.
it is selection year so except more posters and media shilling how lucky the west is whilst U.K people pays the highest energy electric and gas and diseal and food bills in Europe.

import taxes and postal fees to other countries.

Cost of living and retirement age in Russia is what again..? 60/62

think how bad Russia is  💤  when you go shopping and all the staff now wear in the U>K now wear surveillance camera on there chests.

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Researcher
Researcher
Jan 4, 2024 6:17 AM

The Brits don’t want to know. They have their heads in the sand.

What’s the speed limit in most of Wales right now? 20mph? They’re in complete denial of what’s to come.

They’ll “own nothing and be happy” soon enough.

underground poet
underground poet
Jan 4, 2024 11:40 AM
Reply to  Researcher

He who has nothing, has nothing to care about, which ends w/nothing to worry about, unless its a big stack of angry debt.

Then we who have something, have something to worry about, insuring that our haves, are not destroyed by the have nots, care nots.

Think about that when you are promoting nothing.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jan 4, 2024 9:46 PM

On the other hand, those who have nothing, also have nothing left to lose … and may ultimately rebel.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 10:06 PM
Reply to  Veri Tas

There is not much to rebel when lay on the streets with your begging hat.
Life is still a fight against the same suckers who kick you every time they pass. You just have less to fight back with.

Lu1
Lu1
Jan 4, 2024 3:29 PM
Reply to  Researcher

The Brits don’t want to know. 

True.

Neither do, most, Germans, Russian, Iranians, Irish, Cubans, Brazilians, Greeks, North Koreans …

The Tower of Babel and inculcation.

Either simulation is true (literally 2D data on the event horizon) or, as John Wheeler imagined, we’re just making it all up as we go along.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 4, 2024 5:00 PM
Reply to  Lu1

Yes. Citizen slaves won’t see past their mass mind control, tell-lie-vision programming.

It’s always in plain sight. The Great Game. It’s a GAME between the vassal state of Russia and the Crown Temple, UK. Both are controlled by The Holy See.

The Great Reset. The Great Game. The Great Year. Cyrus the Great. Alexander the Great. Catherine the Great. The Great White Brotherhood. The Three Great Lights in Freemasonry.

How many Greats do they need before they calculate the odds?

Examine the Holy Roman Empire Flag, the Russian Coat of Arms, The Central Bank of Russia’s seal and the Freemason’s “Order Out of Chaos” double headed eagle.

Two heads of the same bird. Two sides of the same coin.

Divide and conquer wins, every single time.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 3, 2024 11:04 PM

We now know that most, about 80% (?) of the population do what they’re told,
so they don’t need to be surveilled.
They are the zombie consumers.

The other 15% consists of those who are wary, those who reject blatant authoritarianism, and those who protest, and attempt to undermine the Prison State. The 5% at the top sit smug.

Grab a spanner Folks, because the best laid schemes of mice and men _ _ _ _ _

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 3:22 PM
Reply to  Johnny

As we are living in a democracy the 80% will vote that the 15% are terrorists and must sit in a concentration camp.
The 5% are tired of the 80% as useless eaters and want the worlds population down at 500 million.
500 million out of 7 billion is 7%. Calculation 10 billion its 5%. Saying the Elite only count on them selves, and will let the 80% sheeple take care of the 15% anti-vaxxers.

Really really smart, but NOT smart enough.

They forgot the 15% are together with Clint Eastwood, Stallone and Dr. Manhattan plus the bad arse Christus who is on the 15% make peace, freedom and love side,

Therefore we the 15% cant loose, and the 85% will become losers sooner or later.

Big Al
Big Al
Jan 3, 2024 11:03 PM

So it doesn’t really matter if Putin and Russia, Xi and China, or Fuckwad from Fuckwadia, are in on the global reset, they’re gonna do it anyway. Ok, got it.

I like the part about how “a digital ID that speeds access to social benefits”, because what happens is it becomes so hard to do shit without it, you’re almost forced to play along. Think cell phones. I went to pay my utility bill this morning and because I refuse to sign up for direct payment from my credit union, i.e., I won’t let them come take my money automatically, I have to either mail my payment, or call over the phone and give my bank details. I decided to call this morning and it took over 10 minutes of listening to all sorts of extraneous bullshit, the frustration causing me to think about maybe I should sign up for direct payment. But then I came to my senses, said fuck that, and decided to go buy some stamps. It’s only going to get worse from here. 

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jan 4, 2024 4:49 AM
Reply to  Big Al

But then again, using stamps used to be normal. We can do this, man.

Victor G.
Victor G.
Jan 4, 2024 11:50 AM
Reply to  Big Al

I had two incursions from the sub-contractors of the local “free market” power company who arrived and told me they needed (ha!) to replace my meter with a new one.
I refused. They said they would cut off the electricity. I said go ahead …
The brainwashed young chap who wanted to install a smart meter extolled its virtues. I asked him if he was a participant in the recent gene therapy experiments. He said, of course, I couldn’t work if I hadn’t.
The electricity continues to flow. In fact, I’ve been informed that I have a huge credit with the powerhouse.
Every time you tell them to fuck themselves not only is it a pleasure, it’s a tiny victory.
No Pasaran.

sandy
sandy
Jan 3, 2024 6:46 PM

The FALSE BINARY paradigms we experience with Dims & Repugs and any problems/solutions projected by the elite’s talking heads/MSM, is merely a fractal of the world elite’s FALSE BINARIES meant to baffle and confuse us as they hustle us into their cattle pens of control. The clear enemy is ANYONE who seeks “power”, the authority to decide policy. That authority is the People’s, not los ricos’.

SeamusPadraig
SeamusPadraig
Jan 4, 2024 12:04 AM
Reply to  sandy

Yup. BRICS versus NATO is just the global version of Democrats versus Republicans.

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 6, 2024 1:27 AM
Reply to  SeamusPadraig

BRICS are sinking NATO boats and downing their planes even as we speak

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 2:19 AM
Reply to  sandy

Puzzles me why someone who frequents Off G would down-vote this comment.

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 4, 2024 9:56 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

The global south does not believe that they are all in in it together with the West, why do you ignore their opinion, racist?

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Jan 4, 2024 6:07 PM

The entire global south? In your dreams. Look at the G20 declarations, they ARE all in it together.

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 5, 2024 9:49 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

So NATO directed the Houthis to close Suez to Western ships?

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 6, 2024 1:18 AM
Reply to  sandy

Perhaps false binary / true binary, is itself a false binary

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jan 6, 2024 9:54 AM

Ternary or Quaternary at least

j d
j d
Jan 3, 2024 6:20 PM

In “A Deep Assessment of the Biggest Change in History: Making Our Way Through the Coming Year” Transition Talks presentation on 15th April 2023, by Dr. David Martin, for The Arlington Institute at Berkeley Springs: https://arlingtoninstitute.org/a-deep-assessment-of-the-biggest-change-in-history-making-our-way-through-the-coming-year/, in session 1, from 2 hours, 17 minutes and 23 seconds, to 2 hours, 22 minutes and 52 seconds, Dr. David Martin did say:

“But the real technology that most of you don’t know was the real win behind Covid, was a very interesting intellectual property story that most people don’t know about. And that is the QR code. Now a lot of people look at the QR code and they get upset when I say this, but the QR code was the real win of Covid. Okay. And the real win was, if you want to track the behaviour of a person, and by the way, mastercard mastered this a long time ago with point of sale on UPC codes. They actually made sure that they corresponded the UPC codes with your credit card transaction so they could get point of sale profiling. So they could find out whether Kim likes to buy Tide, or likes to buy another form of detergent. They wanted to know whether, you know, she buys a certain kind of produce, or she wants to buy a certain kind of thing, and they used to do something simple. They took the UPC codes, they took the point of sale data and they put it together and said, Kim is likely to be a target for marketing x, y or z. And that was back in the fun days of UPC codes.

But it turns out that thin, thick, thick, thin, thin, thin, thick, thin lines runs out of things that you can put in to it, so we come up with this little cunning thing called the QR code. Those little dots everywhere. And by the way Covid was a beautiful cover to say well we can’t give you a menu at this restaurant, just take your phone and actually geo locate yourselves so we can surveil you. Oh I’m sorry, no I mean don’t use a menu because you could get sick from touching a menu. Because so many of us recall the dark ages, remember? Refuse in the streets, rats eating garbage out of our front kitchens, before the advent of the QR code that kept us from touching those hideous menus that we’ve all died from, by evidence of everyone in this room, and everybody watching this. We all were right on deaths door every time we picked up one of those menus.

Never mind the fact that the Treasury Department has already calculated that it’s something where, I, don’t know, 3-5% of all of the currency that you currently have, was either rolled up to snort coke, and I know you all have contact highs from the ones, and tens and hundreds that are in your wallet, or it was used for other illicit transactions, and so the great news is we all got contact highs from all of the things we did. No of course not.

QR codes were actually developed a long time ago, and what made it interesting is they were public domain by the time Covid happened. Meaning that QR codes are not the intellectual property of anybody. Which is an interesting ‘huh’, because it turns out that they all consolidate through one company. And I hate to break it to you but there’s the shareholders [slide on screen], and the terrible thing is it is so small resolution on this slide you can’t even freaking see what the actual shareholders are. But I am going to tell you the top shareholder in QR codes is a company called Haris Partners [Haris Associates], and that is actually a private equity fund. You should go back and look at who they are. But the company that owns it, is a company called Omron, which is a Japanese company. And if you go back and you look at the provenance of how QR codes were adopted, and why they became ubiquitous, ask yourself a funny question: Why is it that all the information that is actually tracking every movement you make, is actually going through a centrally held Japanese corporation.

By the way sometimes I love to leave questions hanging in an audience where you go, that’s an interesting brick hanging in the sky? I wonder who Omron really is? I wonder who that company really is? And I wonder why Japan is tracking every move you make, while we are talking about China instituting passports and behaviour modification. Why is it that none of us are talking about Japan? Ooh, I wonder if Japan has something to do with why we are talking about China? And I wonder if the Omron Corporation and Haris have anything to do with that? And I wonder if we went down very far in that cap table if we’d go, oh I, don’t know, maybe down to the eighth largest shareholder in the entire cap table and find out that it is, oh that’s right, the ESG company Blackrock. Who has access to every single piece of geo located transactional data of every person who ever uses a QR code. Welcome to the brave new world.

We have a problem with insider trading. Isn’t it interesting that we’ve actually allowed the ultimate insider trading. Where the company that owns the companies that actually are selling us goods and services, that company has the information on how many of the goods and services are being used, before the company that actually reports the sales of those goods and services, knows what they get. Did you hear what I just said? That’s front-running the market. Oh, you mean the whole Covid thing might have been a market manipulation for the privatisation of a front-running capital scam, under the cunning guise of ESG? Yeah that’s exactly what I mean, and there is the evidence, and who owns the evidence.”

Top Cat
Top Cat
Jan 3, 2024 7:08 PM
Reply to  j d

Could you explain that in plain, simple, clear English, please?

Jenner
Jenner
Jan 3, 2024 10:27 PM
Reply to  Top Cat

I suspect you may not know what insider trading is? And how early knowledge of something allows you to buy or sell shares on a stock exchange before the knowledge becomes publicand the share price then goes up or down? And you profit from it by buying or selling the share?

Anyway. I thank j d for this, because as far as I can see at the URL, s/he has transcribed the 5 mins of video for us, as the recording of the event had to be purchased for $65 and was available for 6 months from last April.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 4, 2024 10:40 AM
Reply to  Top Cat

He is concerned about foreigners, as opposed to US businesses.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 4, 2024 5:25 AM
Reply to  j d

David Martin works for the World Bank. He’s only telling his audience a fraction of the scam. Front running and painting the tape already happens daily with HFT. Martin’s selling commonly known info (they racketeer and use insider info …. No! Really?!) revealing only one small piece of the worldwide scam for a mere $65 a pop. He makes out like a bandit without ever having to reveal the bigger truths.

One cartel own it all. The governments, banks, courts, markets, supranational orgs, religious orgs, charities, foundations, publishing, media, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, education, stock exchanges, clearing houses, brokerages, major corporations, FIRE sector, energy, mining, police, professional associations, tax agencies, militaries, etc. If you can think of a sector, they own and control it all.

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 5, 2024 10:11 AM
Reply to  Researcher

crypto?

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 5, 2024 11:14 AM

100%. Bitcoin is NSA.

SeverelyRegarded
SeverelyRegarded
Jan 6, 2024 1:35 AM
Reply to  Researcher

source?

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 6, 2024 6:54 AM

A Satoshi Nakamoto = ASN = NSA

Do you know the etymology of crypto? Crypt = Tomb.
Corpse = dead = Corporations.

The cartel own all the tech. They manage the patent office using SERCO so they can steal anything interesting or worthwhile.

All tech like internet, radio, telephone, electricity, printing press, tv, mobile devices, AI, air travel, weapons, communications etc., is just recycled, rebranded tech after every cataclysm (Great Year), rolled out over centuries.

There’s nothing new under the sun.

The cartel use their front men as cardboard cutouts to FRONT the recycled tech, making it appear organic.

Gates for Microsoft. Jobs for Apple. Zuckerberg for Facebook. Musk for PayPal, Tesla. Sergey Brin and Larry Page for Google. Bezos for Amazon.

Remember Max Keiser on RT promoting the heck out of Bitcoin for how many years?

From Wikipedia: “Keiser is the creator, co-founder, and former CEO of HSX Holdings/Hollywood Stock Exchange, later sold to Cantor Fitzgerald.“

Keiser, yet another front man for the cartel, creating a HOLLYWOOD stock exchange GAME.

You remember who Cantor Fitzgerald are? 9-11: In the World Trade Center tower.

So Keiser worked for the BBC (MI7), Iran Press TV, Al Jazeera, and RT. Connect those dots.

See the scam yet? There are no opposing countries. It’s a con. A ruse. A game.

Our world is one giant, corporate subsidiary network of graft, corruption, hoaxing, racketeering, fraud, scams, cons, mind control, propaganda, and trillions upon trillions sucked out from the unwitting public decade after decade, century after century, using cartel members of The FAMILY and The ORDER to front, promote and profit from cartel (Crown-Holy See-Vatican) operations. They pass their wealth, secrets and power down through their GENEALOGY, GENERATION after GENERATION.

All the world’s a stage.

Researcher
Researcher
Jan 5, 2024 11:43 AM

So the rug pulls, and much of the fraud in the crypto space is allowed. Because the chaos they allow to take place facilitates the move to CBDC.

There’s always more criminal activity in areas where the governments and their agencies are in control: Drug trafficking. Internet crime. ID fraud. Money laundering. And now crypto fraud.

NSA = Bitcoin.

underground poet
underground poet
Jan 3, 2024 6:10 PM

It was meant to stable for them, the system, for us, perhaps not as much.

ariel
ariel
Jan 3, 2024 6:57 PM

In some ways, I think death might actually be a relief but I’m not exactly counting on it, considering the ‘strange but ‘sort of normal and slightly confusing’ dreams I’ve been having lately.
Layers and levels, As you go on down in the elevator, you see the floor level indicator lights on the panel going down and down into the –minus zone, and start to wonder whether this is actually a bottomless pit of some sort or other.

underground poet
underground poet
Jan 3, 2024 7:51 PM
Reply to  ariel

Lets just say I would hate to be the poor soul who looks at death as a relief, an outcome perhaps sometimes unexpected, but if you had to live your life over again, would you still be looking for relief right now. Beware of the pitfalls, they are everywhere.

ariel'
ariel'
Jan 3, 2024 8:42 PM

I think you missed my point, it is intended to be slightly ironic. The point being that I am well aware that death would not necessarily be a relief. I am sometimes occasionally dumbfounded by the intricacies of the ‘wheels within wheels’ we discover and communicate about on this site. As I get older I get more tired, and bits ache in spite of my efforts to ameliorate the effects. I cannot turn back Chronus. That’s all.
But I’m old enough to think about it.
Thanks for caring.

underground poet
underground poet
Jan 4, 2024 11:49 AM
Reply to  ariel'

Perhaps you missed my point, I too am old, but have left the aches and pains behind to wheel ahead another day.
And I’ve seen plenty of folks in so much pain each day they wish they were not here, those are the ones I pity.

I measure my age by the way I feel when I wake up in the morning. Getting younger everyday.

Paul
Paul
Jan 5, 2024 6:47 AM

I feel sorry for the poor souls clinging to this degenerate world.

Jay Walker
Jay Walker
Jan 4, 2024 12:53 AM
Reply to  ariel

I agree. Euthanasia would be far better than this nightmare of digital slavery. A life with no bodily autonomy, no free will, no freedom of speech, no freedom of thought, forced medical treatments, mandatory government brain control technology, remote kill nanotechnology, social scoring, eating bugs, and “owning nothing” while living in shared prison government apartments isn’t a life worth living at all.

The obedient slaves won’t be allowed to enjoy the restored planet since they won’t be allowed to travel. Bezos said only a few people can remain on Earth. Total population of 500 million was etched in stone… they plan to kill over 8 billion. I see nothing stopping them.

Graham Greene
Graham Greene
Jan 4, 2024 10:37 AM
Reply to  Jay Walker

”I agree Euthanasia would be far better than this nightmare of digital slavery.”

Also, Agree, sadly. The WEF, Young Leaders, and so forth. This is the scum which will shortly rule the world. Just a bunch of chancers on the make. But I suppose it has always been thus.

It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.

Voltaire

My wife’s Guardian friends for one. Or how about Annalena Baerbock YUCK!

rangeofillusions
rangeofillusions
Jan 4, 2024 3:50 PM
Reply to  Graham Greene

The WEF, Young Leaders, and so forth. 

Trump daughter will be different she is under cover in the WEF young leaders programme learning who is who so she can arrest them.
Was you aware even the mention of Trumps daughter and Wef on blogs would have the comment section closed or comments placed in pending needing approval.
They even tried to get rid of all information of her being In the YLP.

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 10:55 PM

She actually looks and sounds like a YLP.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Jan 4, 2024 6:01 PM
Reply to  Jay Walker

Denied.
You need to die fighting, not just caving in and wishing you were dead (he said, lol).

Seriously, fuck shit up for the bad guys, royale, don’t just expire in your slumber, they want that as much as insurrection.
Man, all dem years of life for what???

Run the good race amigo.

; )

Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
Jan 4, 2024 10:50 PM
Reply to  ariel

Its just heaven and hell. If you go down, its hell for you in the minus zone. Your choice if you find that interesting. Some of us look up in the plus zone. Fixed.