Remember when I said if the Baltic Sea Bombing had been “planned” then there would have been a template of talking points set to roll out immediately? You know, all the mainstream outlets would immediately be telling you “everything you need to know” about it—as if it was scripted before the event ever happened?
This is a perfect example of what I meant:
I’m sure you get the point.
So, what do you really need to know right now?
This is yet another intentional escalation. Just when you think the situation could not be more dire, when geopolitical tensions could not be any higher, now we have fresh international outcry at the “horrific and indiscriminate” Russian attacks on Ukraine.
In other words, Russia! Russia! Russia!
It would be wise to realize that this is only one angle of the spin. The Russian propaganda machine would have you convinced that the Ukrainian government is a bunch of Nazi’s terrorizing ethnic Russians within their reach—which is why, in this story, so many people voted to join the Russian federation for protection.
To the U.S., the U.K., the E.U., and NATO, the elections were simply a “sham referendum” that had no legitimacy; it was just people casting ballots under the barrel of a gun. Interestingly enough, the election results were remarkably similar to the votes that were previously cast prior to the Minsk agreements—reflecting that the majority of eastern Ukrainians shared Russian cultural traditions and decidedly side with Russia politically—which of course is not being talked about in the news.
We’re going to drop this subject briefly, but first I want to point out two things:
This is being presented as a disproportionate Russian retaliation for a piddly little attack on a bridge, which prompted Putin the Russian Tyrant to begin indiscriminately striking civilian targets and killing women and children.
Destruction of the Nord Stream pipeline did not generate this degree of universally promoted propaganda. Why is that? Why wasn’t the escalation and retaliation story getting pumped out last week? Surely there was cause.
We could rehash some prior speculation, but in the bigger picture I don’t care.
It doesn’t matter.
What’s happening in Ukraine matters, but not for the reasons you might think. As I’ve said from the very beginning, it’s just a convenient distraction and another excuse being used to consolidate control. It’s a global power struggle, and if they want their war, they’re going to get it—but that is not the most important issue.
How this affects the global food supply is not the most important issue.
How this affects the global energy crisis is not the most important issue.
How this affects the midterm elections is not the most important issue.
What is the most important issue?
This cartoon offers clues:
C’mon man, it’s not that bad!
Biden’s doing great, the economy is booming, our elections are safe and secure, the pandemic is officially over, and we’re making progress toward a just and inclusive future, where peace and stability and public health and safety are universally protected rights—enshrined in international law and enforced at the local level.
Sounds good, right? Peace, stability, public health and safety, a just and inclusive society—who wouldn’t want these things? That’s why it’s such an easy sell.
That which threatens peace, stability, etc, is also a threat to democracy. Any and all such threats are also a threat to the planet. This is how the hierarchy of importance has been established and programmed into the public psyche. Of critical importance is the fact that this is also how “values” are being programmed into the AI sentinels.
Wait, what—did you just say AI sentinels?! Yup. If you need to catch up, read this:
From the article above, here’s the quick refresher:
“What exactly is sentinel surveillance? In case you are curious, according to a 1996 CDC report sent to the WHO titled Routine and Sentinel Surveillance Methods, sentinel surveillance is end-to-end data collection, analysis, and dissemination that is designed to direct local policies…”
Get with the program.
They’ve been at this for a long, long time. Thus, while the world stands aghast at the latest blasts that always seem to be exploding somewhere in the world, the invisible hand keeps tightening the noose around the collective neck of humanity.
Two of the cornerstones in the overarching effort to enslave humanity into a global surveillance state are the global digital currency and the global digital IDs. Having discussed both of these in prior episodes, today I want to point out how these initiatives are being advanced in broad daylight with little public notice.
Consider these articles:
The big news out of the Gates foundation is not that they’re dumping money into a global digital surveillance system—they’ve been doing that for years. The big news, tucked into the PR piece, is their Goalkeepers Report which emphasizes the sense of urgency that is currently rippling throughout the global cabal.
They are behind schedule. If we are to achieve any of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the world is going to have to undergo some radical transformations—and endure some “unpleasant changes” in the process.
Their report captures the ethos:
“There are times in history when the path of progress is predictable and linear; when you can predict what will happen tomorrow based on what occurred today. But we do not live in those times.”
We do not live in those times.
Never before have evil doers had so much power in the palm of their hands. Never before have evil doers had tools to manipulate the public to such a prolific degree. Never before have evil doers been so close to capturing the whole of humanity.
And that is the most important issue.
Digital ID surveillance, awe c’mon man, that’s not really a thing—except that it’s being rolled out all around the world right in front of our eyes.
The Canadians are working with the WEF on a digital identity project? Gosh, who knew! That probably didn’t have anything to do with the seizure of assets and freezing of bank accounts when Canadians started protesting their government’s idiotic environmental policies—surely that was just a coincidence.
Then again, I guess the government does have to identify you as a threat before they could actually punish you for… being a threat? Wait a minute, they have to identify you and track your movements—they can already do that, right?—but how do they get to determine who gets labeled and treated like a threat?
Examining PayPal’s new disinformation policy offers us some insight:
PayPal said its list of “prohibited activities” would grow on Nov. 3 to include “the sending, posting, or publication of any messages, content, or materials” that “promote misinformation” or “present a risk to user safety or well-being.” Additionally, users could not promote “hate, violence, racial or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.” Violating the new policies could result in damages, including a fine of $2,500 that could be “debited directly from your PayPal account” for each offense.
Ah yes, the justification for freezing your accounts, taking your money, leveling fines, and severing your ability to function financially is just what we’d expect. Any time anyone steps out of line and promotes any message that might be construed as hate or intolerance or misinformation, that is a threat to democracy, to peace and stability, to public health and safety, and most importantly, it’s a threat to the narrative.
And that is the greatest threat of all, at least to the global cabal.
If we threaten the narrative, we threaten their control. It is through the stories, through the headlines, through the propaganda and the psyops, through the specific language that is used, or emphasized, or left out—through all the ways and means of manipulating the very structure of our conversations—this is how they control us.
If we challenge the language, the definitions, the meaning of the words and the stories being told, then we can begin to peel back the layers of illusion and see things for what they are. Don’t forget that they are re-writing history in real-time, and there is always more to the story—it’s just another commie tactic.
“In [traditional] society, therefore, past dominates the present; in Communist society, the present dominates the past.” —The Communist Manifesto
There are a lot of people looking back and trying to figure out how we got to where we’re at. What if you couldn’t find any info about your cultural heritage, or say a contested election, aside from what the AI bots allowed you to see? What if you had no proof of identity without showing your digital ID? What if your ability to buy groceries required you to use the new digital currency?
How much would you worry about Ukraine if that was about to happen?
Chew on it.