The Great Reset As Subversion
A KGB defector warned us about crisis tactics decades ago
This crisis is a great opportunity, Prince Charles said in Jun 2020, when the Covid pandemic was not yet three months old.
“You will own nothing and you will be happy,” read the text of a corporatist video, as the face of seemingly-stoned male model broke into a demented grin. 
Politicians aspirated beside “Build Back Better” signs, mouthing the slogan, inhaling the intoxication of power.
The political adage says don’t let a crisis go to waste. Was it of their making, this crisis-solution: fight Covid, reset the world? The crisis may be a fluke. The response has been prepared minutely. And not by politicians or anyone you elected.
Forty years ago a Soviet defector warned how crisis could be used to undermine society, using fear and flux to make people plead for the return of some kind… any kind of normal.
G Edward Griffin recalls that interview with Yuri Bezmenov in 1984, in an edition I watched of The Highwire with Del Bigtree. They relate his warning to today’s events. The Soviet Union has gone but not the strategy of international subversion some espoused.
Griffin and others say the USSR was only part of a broader collectivist strategy. The fact that the agenda continues backs this contention.
For decades schools fostered relativism, then collectivism, then critical theory; the same ideas took human shape in street parades and protests; pitting young against old, black against white, rioters against business owners, productive against entitled.
Then jobs and shops closed, isolation replacing holidays. On television dire warnings boosted the uncertainty of virus: the “level of personal threat needs to be increased… using hard-hitting emotional messaging,”officials wrote in memos. 
What would Yuri Bezmenov make of Event Covid? A small group of politicians, bankers and corporate executives are using terror and psychological manipulation to force the population to accept a “new normal.” It fits what he called, The Four Stages of Ideological Subversion:
Demoralization - younger generation, led by academia, embraces new values
Destabilization - status quo is overturned, citizen-state relationship becomes more intrusive, dependent
Crisis - cataclysm leads to fear, demand for protection, new power relations
Normalization - the population capitulates to the new normal
How is this possible? Central Bank money printing has resulted in the financialization of anything that moves, including the buying up of food, seeds, water, land and politicians, by an oligarch financier class.
Since the financial crash of 2007-8 we have been forced into a corner: admit everything's FUBAR or pretend that you understand what's going on, however absurdly you twist yourself into knots while insisting it’s going to plan!
This makes life hard for a traditional reporter to assess events because political and economic decisions are increasingly divorced from reality. That is why state-corporatist journalists are increasingly no more than repeaters and fact checkers — don’t think that, think this!
Why do we even have a military; wherefore the intelligence agencies? Their absence is explored in the article below (2,500 words, time to read:, five and a bit minutes).
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“History would look at this crisis as a great opportunity… a unique and rapidly-shrinking window of opportunity… to be radical and do things differently… to build back better… I see the need for a Great Reset.” 
Jan 2, 2022