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- COVID-19: THE GREAT RESET – Klaus (Anal) Schwab, T. Malleret, 2020. [PDF]
- Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development – The Rockefeller Foundation, 2010. [PDF]
*Page18 – see any similarities?
- International Strategy to Better Protect the Financial System – The World Economic Forum (WEF) and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Nov. 2020. [PDF]
*The WEF and the Carnegie Endowment co-produced the report. It warns that the global financial system was increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Advisors to the group include representatives from the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the International Monetary Fund, Wall Street giants likes JP Morgan Chase and Silicon Valley behemoths like Amazon.
Given that experts have been warning since the last global financial crisis that the collapse of the entire system was inevitable due to central bank mismanagement and rampant Wall Street corruption, a cyber attack would also provide the perfect scenario for dismantling the current, failing system as it would absolve central banks and corrupt financial institutions of any responsibility. It would also provide a justification for incredibly troubling policies promoted by the WEF-Carnegie report, such as a greater fusion of intelligence agencies and banks in order to better “protect” critical financial infrastructure.
2020 Video of Klaus Anal-Schwab signaling to the world what is to come.
The main “solution” at the heart of this report, and also at the heart of the WEF-Carnegie initiative’s other endeavours, is a call to fuse corporate banks, the financial authorities that essentially oversee them, tech companies and the national security state.
- 2020 Cyber Threatscape Report – Accenture, Oct. 2020. [PDF]
*Accenture was previously known as Arthur Anderson, a holding company which became infamous in 2002 after it was found guilty of crimes in the firm’s auditing of Texas-based energy company Enron, and was dissolved shortly after. Readers old enough may remember the Enron scandal that basically brought down the stock market. Well Accenture were essentially the outfit behind it, so it’s nice to have some trustworthy people behind the WEF’s cyber-pandemic exercises, and they’re also behind the coming Digital Dollar Project.
- How To Opt-Out of the Technocratic State – Derrick Broze, Jan. 2020. [PDF]
“As humanity enters the third decade of the 21st century, we find ourselves at the precipice of a Technocratic Age where Artificial Intelligence (AI), Smart Technology, and the Internet of Things are becoming a part of everyday life. This technology provides benefits but comes at a cost—corporations, governments, law enforcement, and hackers are all capable of peering into our lives at any moment. Corporations and governments are even learning to use technology in a way that allows them to be the “social engineers” of society. The concept of social credit is also becoming increasingly popular, and the likelihood that citizens will face negative consequences for choosing to speak about controversial topics or criticizing authorities is only going to increase.“
*Serendipitously, this was released late January, 2020 – right the penny dropped to most of the world what was about to happen. Never more relevant I’d say.
- The Politics Of Obedience: The Discourse Of Voluntary servitude – Etienne de la Boetie, 1577. [PDF]
“They suffer plundering, wantonness, cruelty, not from an army, not from a barbarian horde, on account of whom they must shed their blood and sacrifice their lives, but from a single man; not from a Hercules nor from a Samson, but from a single little man. Too frequently this same little man is the most cowardly and effeminate in the nation, a stranger to the powder of battle and hesitant on the sands of the tournament; not only without energy to direct men by force, but with hardly enough virility to bed with a common woman! Shall we call subjection to such a leader cowardice?
Shall we say that those who serve him are cowardly and faint-hearted? If two, if three, if four, do not defend themselves from the one, we might call that circumstance surprising but nevertheless conceivable. In such a case one might be justified in suspecting a lack of courage. But if a hundred, if a thousand endure the caprice of a single man, should we not rather say that they lack not the courage but the desire to rise against him, and that such an attitude indicates indifference rather than cowardice?“