Soon after the pandemic started, my employer – a local municipality, appointed a Covid Officer whose job it was to liaise with the Province and implement their mandates, which they did with religious zeal, each time going above and beyond what was being required by provincial authorities.
Half way through the pandemic, the Covid officer was joined by a Climate Change officer with a similar portfolio. I noted, or rather joked at the time, there was no need for two officers; that the job was essentially a grab for the same resources and control of public funds.
It was becoming obvious that the measures that had been put in place to combat Covid 19 – the lockdown infrastructure and digital passport that will provide your vaccine status, could also provide your carbon and social credit score, together with rolling lockdowns for polluting populations as we are now seeing in India.
Indian Officials Plan New Lockdown To Combat Air Pollution
It is not my intention to undermine the worthwhile pushback we are seeing around the world, without which I believe our enslavement would take place more rapidly and completely, but I do think it’s abundantly clear if you look beyond the illogical decisions made by governments, and to their predictable effects, that infrastructure collapse is built into the model.
They need us on our knees and reliant upon them. A system and supply chain collapse will ensure that the population will be willing to swap freedom for security and accept some form of martial law – if they can collapse the supply chain, they can control us, and they fully appreciate this.
But they clearly have a timeline, and all of this is beginning to feel somewhat desperate and rushed; they need the collapse to happen on their terms and within their timeline, If we deny them that, we have a chance that their plan for a Great Reset will fail.
At some point, the penny is going to drop for the compliant majority – that they have been willing facilitators in a Globalist coup, and that the Covid 19 Pandemic was a smoke screen in order to initiate a financial reset to address the unsustainable global debt crisis on their terms.
In order for this to happen, we need enough people to see our current circumstances in a broader and historical context, which despite the furious campaign of deception and obfuscation fits with our undeniable reality prior to March 2020.
Anyone who has been paying attention since the last financial crisis of 2008 will appreciate that the underline issues were never addressed – the can was, as Peter Schiff puts it, merely ‘kicked down the road’ via massive injections of printed money technically termed QE’s 1-4. Those policies were unsustainable long term, and at some point we were either going to have a global financial collapse, or the banks would have to address it, but how?
The pandemic has provided the ideal platform from which the elites can collapse the broken financial system safely (safely for them that is), and replace it with something more workable and sustainable (workable for them that is). Anyone who is in any doubt that we are beyond a point of no return only need look at the public spending that governments have indulged in over the past 18 months.
This is the behaviour of people who know that the money will never be repaid.
How Much Could Corona Virus Cost America?
Matthew Piepenburg of GoldSwitzerland.com recently did a great job of unpacking our current crisis and explaining the historical imperatives that drove it to where we are now.
He argues that we need to start viewing the pandemic as a debt crisis masquerading as a public health crisis, and the Climate Change crisis as a Peak Oil crisis. Full Article
Oil & Gas Discoveries Plunge To Lowest Levels in 75 Years
All off the measures currently being rolled out in order to address the Covid 19 pandemic and Climate Change crisis serve the same cynical end – they are designed to collapse our current unsustainable economic and energy resource models, and replace them with something more agreeable to the elites – a Great Reset if you will – to reduce the lives of the world’s populations to that of serfs on a sustainable globalist crypto-feudal estate. That equates to a significantly reduced standard of living; the end of cheap travel and a move towards an insect and plant based diet.
‘Rather than face or confess the sins of a system already on its debt-broken knees, the financial and political actors responsible for the pre-COVID debt disaster had a convenient tale to tell… almost as if on demand, along came the tale of all tales, the patsy of all patsies, the blame of all blames, and the excuse of all excuses: COVID.
If we thought economic orthodoxy (i.e., living within one’s national means, valuing valuations or honoring free market price discovery) had been tossed into a corner pre-COVID, well, the post-COVID backdrop essentially murdered economic orthodoxy completely.
COVID paved a sad new road to what Antoine van Agtmael described as “fuzzy economics”—namely a financial panopticon in which governments worldwide have literally gorged themselves on ever more debt in a secular paradigm shift toward greater centralized control over our economic, personal, social, political and foreign policies.’
Public Health Apartheid
The current Globalist action agenda has vaccine mandates and digital passports front and centre of their increasingly hardline approach to get as many people over the age of 12 vaccinated. In most countries now, the unvaccinated are experiencing a complete exclusion form society for all but essential access to services.
However, there are numerous problems associated with excluding a significant percentage of the population from functioning society besides the obvious Human Right violations, concerns you would expect the authorities to care about if their agenda was to maintain the economies and societies they were entrusted with by voters.
Given the fragile condition of the economy after 18 months of lockdowns, it is doubtful that businesses can afford to take the hit of excluding 20-40% from their customer base, let alone enforcing vaccine mandates for staff, or the five days paid sick leave recently imposed by the Provincial government.
But of course, the architects behind this don’t care about that – they are in the business of engineered collapse and reset; if entire local economies collapse – good! Complete reliance on central government, and crumbs from their tables in return for subservience is their only goal. This is the point that too many people are missing: that collapse is built into the model.
Supply Chain Collapse
Probably the most visible aspect to the engineered collapse we are seeing is the ongoing container shipping crisis that was initially blamed on the pandemic, but in reality has more to do with lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and the deliberate holding of container traffic at sea. Readers will also recall the bizarre Suez Canal tanker blockage in March 2021, which first alerted us to the possibility that someone was attempting to disrupt the supply chain.
In December 2021, the Port of Los Angeles broke the record for vessels waiting to dock, with 117 cargo ships awaiting entry. This supply chain bottleneck is not unique to L.A., and has been blamed on a shortage in truck drivers, when in reality, authorities are making it as difficult as possible to dock and collect containers. Importers are complaining of one hurdle after another being erected in order to frustrate them; people who have been in the business 30 years are saying that they have never seen anything like this.
But it’s not just the U.S and Canada. In Europe supply chain issues have led to shortages in supermarkets and rising prices are being attributed to such shortages rather than the inflation that comes with psychotic levels of government money printing and spending. The world’s population is being subjected to pressures that are designed to bring them to a point where they are willing to trade their freedoms for security and food.
If maintaining the supply chain was our governments’ priority, as it should be, then insisting of vaccine mandates for truckers, paying people to stay off work, and closing down ports or plants would be avoided at all cost. As it is, everything that would facilitate a supply chain collapse is being pursued under the auspices of fighting Covid 19.
The only way they can address the unsustainable debt and Peak Oil energy crises, is to dress them up as something else, and convince the global population that they need to submit to a post-Feudal enslavement package to address; none of which would have been possible without the death of journalism, the coercive rise of social media, and the mass hypnotism of debt stricken populations.
In 1980, the ratio of household debt to personal disposable income was 66%; that ratio recently passed the 150% figure (Statistics Canada 2011). This means that, in aggregate, households owed more than $1.50 for every dollar of disposable income. Household debt is therefore an increasingly important component of the finances of many Canadian families.
The Government of Canada Full Details
The majority of the population is now so highly leveraged thanks to decades of cheap credit and debt enslavement, that your average homeowner in Vancouver or Toronto can offer very little resistance to coercive Covid measures. And if those people start to waver at the idea of a 3rd or 4th booster shot, then a supply chain collapse will help focus their minds back on what is really important.
The sophistication of the multi tiered decent into total authoritarian control we have experienced over the past two years suggests incredibly intelligent design. Given the catalogue of tyranny imposed thus far without any indication of reversal, we would be wise to view supply chain issues with similar suspicion and intent.
The Lesson of the Plucked Chicken
During those final days of the collapsing Marxist experiment in the Soviet Union, Soviet novelist Chingiz Aitmatov retold the following story, which has been paraphrased here.
On one occasion, so it was narrated, Stalin called for a live chicken and proceeded to use it to make an unforgettable point before some of his henchmen. Forcefully clutching the chicken in one hand, with the other he began to systematically pluck out its feathers. As the chicken struggled in vain to escape, he continued with the painful denuding until the bird was completely stripped. “Now you watch,” Stalin said as he placed the chicken on the floor and walked away with some bread crumbs in his hand. Incredibly, the fear-crazed chicken hobbled toward him and clung to the legs of his trousers. Stalin threw a handful of grain to the bird, and it began to follow him around the room, he turned to his dumbfounded colleagues and said quietly, “This is the way to rule the people. Did you see how that chicken followed me for food, even though I had caused it such torture? People are like that chicken. If you inflict inordinate pain on them they will follow you for food the rest of their lives.”
Ravi Zacharias, Can Man Live Without God