Crisis Update: New Lockdowns As Popular Unrest Looms
Arson, shortages, crime and unruly migration presage Covid’s ‘return’
What’s becoming very clear is that these ‘happenings’ are related
Many are the direct result of policy interventions
If the root cause is natural, the response serves the Reset agenda
Food and fuel shortages; industry crippled by organic and deliberate disruption
Arson and wildfires target prime locations designated as Smart Cities
Not so much global boiling as globalist bolt holes
The narrative is failing; the ‘hate speech’ laws are still being readied
Covid is needed to explain excess death, and justify censorship and policing
Fear and Mind Wars will be used to divide the people
We must challenge our preconceptions to appraise what is happening honestly
Globalists seek their own stewardship - or conservation - of all land and resources
Activists are the public face - environmentalism - a vague vow to Mother Earth
Excerpt: “The globalists insist their projects, such as Smart Cities or global vaccination or central bank currency, are the inevitable outcome of an ever-more connected world — “interdependent” in the words of the Rockefeller Brothers’ Fund. Yet the media they control (largely owned by just five corporations) is ramping up efforts to disconnect these projects in the minds of the people.”
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Aug 23, 2023
We have a narrowing window of opportunity to rouse the people into non-compliance, and against the agenda of a centralised political and economic system.
Increasingly-common disasters, though rare in the past, are exploited by those who would build back better. Fires, many started by arsonists according to local officials, others perhaps organic, are whipped into the tail of the globalists’ following wind.
Immigration has gone from a once-controversial topic, to “blowback” from neocon wars which governments were powerless to resist, finally to a Devil-may-care open borders policy which is not matched by the provision of jobs or housing.
Like shuttered farms, slashed food output, cashless grocery stores, the war on cash itself, this is not happenstance but malfeasance by politicians and bureaucrats, and the owner investors to whom they answer.
The price of energy is rising, if it is available at all: Texans were again asked to cut back because of insufficient wind; many British councils say they do not intend to build charging points for electric vehicles.
Ultra-low emission zones (ULEZ), carbon credits and even electric vehicles are, logically therefore, a path not to digital convenience but to travel restrictions.
Homelessness is treated in the media as an unsightly inconvenience that is leading wealthier city dwellers to flee. The Defund The Police crime wave is leading businesses and store operators to abandon even suburban districts.
The great conflagration
The media huffed and puffed about the heat in July — what the United Nations Sec-Gen called “the era of global boiling.”
While people ridiculed claims about record temperatures, something more chilling was about to occur: fires in Canada, Italy and then mass death in Maui, Hawaii.
Last week, police spotted arsonists in the act in British Columbia. Fires on the Canaries island of Tenerife were deliberate, and authorities say the same in Greece, where 18 bodies have been found in a forest.
Some of these prime locations, such as Hawaii and the Canary Islands, are not so much examples of global boiling as globalist bolt holes. Like Maui, Tenerife is designated as a Smart Island. 
Seeking to accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the World Economic Forum formed a “Strategic Partnership Framework” with the United Nations. That was on June 13, 2019, just before the pandemic, and almost a year to the day before then-prince Charles announced the Great Reset on June 3, 2020.
The current accelerants include: open borders; pandemics to advance digital passports; the disruption of supply chains and food routes; the shutting of farms; the restrictions on oil and gas without first building enough electricity capacity and grid.
Future accelerants, which the WEF has threatened, include: a “cyberpolygon” to shut down the Internet and cyber attacks on infrastructure than runs across the net.
This is related to the trendy concept of accelerationism: “that technology and capitalism, particularly the most aggressive, global variety, should be massively sped up and intensified — either because this is the best way forward for humanity, or because there is no alternative.” (Andy Becket, The Guardian, 2017).
The use of accelerants may also be a sign of desperation; and that the narrative is failing. For in the middle of this, whistleblowers have revealed plans to bring back Covid lockdowns and masks.
Coinciding with the TSA whistleblowers, the media blared: “New Covid vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax will likely protect against Eris variant.” (MSNBC)
The latest Covid variant is called 5G (strictly EG.5). The conspiracy theorists will go nuts, and that’s probably the objective of those who named it. The variant is nicknamed Eris after the goddess of strife. Eris’s Greek opposite is Harmonia, whose Roman counterpart is Concordia. We can’t possibly have that. 
Almost everything the state corporate media said about Covid turned out to be wrong, yet they continue to say it.
The shots did not stop you getting sick, keep you out of hospital and had no effect on transmission. 
Vaccinated people represent the bulk of excess deaths. A search on Google and Bing yields out-of-date results from 2021. Yet since November 2022, the majority of people labelled as having died from COVID-19 in America were vaccinated.
“We can no longer say this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated,” Kaiser Family Foundation Vice President Cynthia Cox, who conducted the analysis, told The Washington Post. 
Masks do not work — as Anthony Fauci said before flip-flopping. A review by the Cochrane Library said they don’t stop community transmission of respiratory viruses. A backlash from bureaucrats led the editor-in-chief to claim the research had been misinterpreted and that the review didn't find that masks don’t work.
“Don’t believe those who claim science proves masks don’t work,” said The Guardian. Don’t think critically at all, said The New York Times. “Critical thinking, as we’re taught to do it, isn’t helping in the fight against misinformation.” 
The Covid response was tyranny — medical martial law — and masks were the outward symbol of compliance. Like the rule of six (police able to disperse gatherings of over six people and fine individuals involved), and the six-foot rule (stay six feet away from others in public) these had no basis in science. 
And despite all this, the plasma screen in the corner blathers on: reporters and presenters nodding heads, barking and waving arms and like a street seller desperate to gain your attention.
Read between the lines
Today’s propaganda, as Thierry Meyssan has written, is not designed to make you think B versus A. It aims to stop you thinking at all, through fear and emotional stimulus.
Governments have readied “hate speech” laws to stifle public debate, and protect “privileged” classes.
The fact checkers are on the defensive. They are propagandists (the Fakt Cheka named after the Bolshevik enforcers) whose paymasters are corporations, private foundations, bankers and globalists.
Their technique is to disrupt knowledge — to stop you seeing a pattern or chain of events. They often argue that that there is no connection between pieces of information.
The globalists insist their projects, such as Smart Cities or global vaccination or central bank currency, are the inevitable outcome of an ever-more connected world — “interdependent” in the words of the Rockefeller Brothers’ Fund. Yet the media they control (largely owned by just five corporations) is ramping up efforts to disconnect these projects in the minds of the people.
What’s becoming very clear is that these “happenings” are related. Yet as with so many things Covid, you must read between the lines and not give way to cynicism.
The Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky dismissed the old joke, “There's no truth in Pravda [Truth] and no news in Izvestia [News].”
Read carefully, he said: they often denounced “anti-Soviet lies.” Yet they had not previously reported these lies. Nor were they lies. And their exposure as such was the first that readers had been told of them.
“By reading the denunciation carefully, however, intelligent readers could decipher what the original story must have been. It was a roundabout way of getting information — but it worked.” 
This comes from RFE/RL’s former executive editor John O’Sullivan — the same media institutions that now target the domestic U.S. population, since the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012 allowed intelligence services to propagandize citizens at home.
The new head of Twitter, now X, Linda Yaccarino, speaks of “freedom of speech, not freedom of reach” and she is making “lawful but awful” content almost impossible to find.
Yaccarino is chairman of the World Economic Forum’s Taskforce on the Future of Work, and has held the position of WEF Executive Chair since 2019.
If you are free to say what you like within the law, but the State in connivance with corporations prevents people from hearing you, this is nothing less than censorship. No amount of globalist hogwash changes reality; only their action. Do not listen to what they say; watch what they do.
Enclosures and clearances
All wars through history have involved land seizures or enclosures, and clearances or depopulation, as a friend who works in environmental planning said.
“Very, very few people can see the correlation between rewilding, landscape protection, national parks and the herding of the people into ever smaller domestic spaces. This is happening now in the UK where the squeeze is becoming ever more obvious to those who want to see.”
With these fires — and what looks like an attempt to expel people from their land in Maui — we must challenge our preconceptions in order to appraise what’s happening honestly.
Conservation and environmentalism are two different things. The rich fully intend to use the Earth and its resources, and the way to do that is to own the land or establish themselves as its steward, which means they set the rules and allocate resources.
This is the approach of The Great Reset, which blurs boundaries of ownership — national or corporate, transforming the stock market bull into a new beast of inclusive capitalism — and creates a hierarchy of stewards, guardians and stakeholders.
Conservation does not mean preservation. The first thing the rich and powerful do when they acquire land of natural beauty is to divert rivers, dig lakes and reshape the landscape: to mold the world in their image; not to preserve it for its inhabitants.
Environmentalism, on the other hand, is sold as saving the planet by any means necessary. It is a religion preached by rock stars, quite literally in the case of Bono. It targets the young seeking their identity, the would-be rebel looking for a cause, or someone who just wants a friend — and the marketing agencies know how to use this.
More than 100 influencers have partnered with oil companies since 2017. “They are trying to win the trust of a younger generation. They’re not just promoting a particular product, but trying to alter their perception in the public eye and maintain their social license,” writes Sam Bright, DeSmog’s UK deputy editor.
A Shell spokesman added: “Many don’t know we are also, in a disciplined way, investing billions in low-carbon solutions and products in support of a balanced energy transition.”
In reality, the magazine admits that oil companies are mostly pushing their rewards programmes. 
The movement is vulnerable to the salesman’s tricks, even if the underlying concerns are righteous, because you don’t get what it states on the label. Those valid concerns serve as a false pretext to sell a different product; solutions that fulfil a different objective: that of the bankers and owners of mineral resources.
Environmentalism, as ordinary people are schooled, meant something very different to the late Prince Phillip, founder of the World Wildlife Fund. He was a prominent conservationist, yet he had no compunction about shooting tigers. His son, King Charles, turned his farm into a multi-billion pound business selling organic food, but he recently signed an Act that allows genetically modified food to be sold without declaring it on the label.
Second, much of their wealth derives from the big corporations, which practice planned obsolescence, the creation of unnecessary products and packaging, with all the pollution and shipping around the world. The wealthiest families and bankers do their investing through asset managers (the big three being BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street) which in turn are the controlling shareholders in more than 80 per cent of corporations.
Why should they share the same concerns? Most people live paycheck to paycheck; they don’t get to conserve any wealth — summed up in the WEF’s slogan, “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.”
If a product does not do what it says on the tin, it is your job to consider if you have been sold a lemon. Caveat emptor or buyer beware.
For the rich and powerful, the corporation is only a lever that serves to monetise their control of resources, while manipulating the customers’ behaviour.
Corporations don’t only sell products, they sell ideas, and have done since Edward Bernays, nephew of Sigmund Freud, wrote the advertising manual “Propaganda” in 1928 (Edward’s great-nephew is Marc Bernays Randolph, co-founder of Netflix). 
Blatant social engineering is the objective of corporations nowadays, given that the owners seem content to sacrifice profits in pursuit of psychological goals, viz. Bud Light, Disney, Target, Gillette, Aunt Jemima and more.
The boss of the giant Unilever corporation, Alan Jope, told the Clinton’s Global Initiative: “We will never back down on Woke.”
See “Big Three Polluter Unilever Goes For Woke” -- (Moneycircus, Sep 22, 2022)
The paradox is that new information does not change the minds of people wedded to old ways of seeing. One can write about the latest happenings but some readers will continue to see it through the false paradigm that they were sold over decades.
Media like The Guardian wailed when their former idol, Michael Moore, fronted a Jeff Gibbs documentary, Planet Of The Humans, exposing big oil, and the control the environmental movement by the rich and powerful.
The 2022 Nobel laureate in physics Dr John Clauser called climate change “a dangerous corruption of science” — and as a result the International Monetary Fund last month cancelled his speech. The co-founder of Greenpeace agrees with him. Dr Patrick Moore says corporations and big oil hijacked the environmental movement, changing the agenda from pollution, overfishing and depletion of resources, to climate change.
The proof is in your energy bill. As governments have rationed oil and gas, the profits of the energy companies have soared. That is because restricting the use of hydrocarbons increases their scarcity value.
Joe Biden’s first order on taking power was to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline, though wind and solar was nowhere near replacing “fossil fuels.” Then someone blew up the NordStream pipeline, cutting off Western Europe from cheap Russian gas.
Dr Moore wrote on Twitter: “The reason oil and gas companies are rolling in dollars is the Net-Zero fantasy that has restricted fossil fuels and made a windfall for the fossil fuel companies, all at our expense.”
Scarcity value, or restricting a product’s availability, increases its price, demand being equal. That is true regardless of whether you believe reserves of hydrocarbons are running out.
This should be obvious to anyone with basic practical skills that require a grasp of quantities and ratios, such as making stuff or following a recipe.
The owners of “big oil” have every incentive to finance Just Stop Oil (Getty) or 350.org (Rockefeller). Indeed, it was a Rockefeller chemist who coined the marketing term “fossil fuels.”
See also: “Follow The Consensus To Your Demise - First of a series on depopulation”(Moneycircus, Aug 9, 2023)
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 In Tech Tenerife, 2019 — Smart Island: Innovation that Ensures Sustainable Development
 Yale Medicine, Aug 18, 2023 — What to Know About EG.5 (Eris)—the Latest Coronavirus Strain
 ABC, Oct 2022 — Yes, they claimed the vaccines would prevent transmission
 WebMD, Nov 2022 — COVID No Longer 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'
 NYT, Feb 2023 -- The Mask Mandates Did Nothing. Will Any Lessons Be Learned?
The Guardian, Feb 2023 -- Don’t believe those who claim science proves masks don’t work
 Forbes, Dec 2021 — CDC’s Six-Foot Social Distancing Rule Was ‘Arbitrary’, Says Former FDA Commissioner
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