In striving to connect the dots between fascism, communism, Leninism, Marxism, collectivism, and socialism; to prove that these different “isms” share a common conceptual framework; to demonstrate how each of these “isms” is in fact a memetic manifestation of the woke mind virus; and to show how this infectious mental disease destroys individuality and culture as it assimilates individuals into the hive-mind of the Collective Cult; it feels necessary to explore some nuance.
First, let’s define what an “ism” is, so that I can stop using the quotations marks:
An ism is a doctrine, a theory, or a cause that people believe in. It is common for some groups of people to have a doctrine, theory, or belief that causes them to think they are better than other groups of people. This is part of natural human dynamics—a particularly pernicious psychological proclivity for groupthink—that causes many types of isms to manifest as “discriminatory” or “oppressive” throughout society.
At least that’s what the dictionary says these days.
It’s the line of thought that goes something like this: “Our group is better, our group deserves to get the cookie jar, our group has the right way of doing things, our group knows what’s best—even for you and your group.”
This tendency crops up everywhere in society, and all of the isms are close behind. This belief that one group knows what’s best for every other group is the common ground between all these frameworks. Communism, fascism, socialism. They all believe that they know what’s best for everybody else—and if you really think about it, conservatism and patriotism are essentially the same.
Inevitably, we know what’s best for everybody else too.
Now, before you screech and fling feces at me for defiling the hallowed term patriotism, understand that I am not claiming patriotism, fascism, and communism are the same thing—that is not what I mean at all. Instead, I believe that threaded throughout each of these very different isms, lies the common thought that their group knows what’s best for everybody else, as well as how best to achieve it.
Am I wrong in making that statement?
I believe this is irrefutably true: that groupthink distorts perception and causes people in all of these different groups to believe that they know what’s best for everybody else.
In other words, the desire for one group to control another group is rooted in groupthink. Being a clinical term, groupthink can be identified through a specific set of predictable symptoms. According to sociologists, groupthink may not always be easy to discern, but it is more likely to arise when there is pressure to reach consensus (think Delphi Method), and can be identified by a number of different symptoms:
Signs of Groupthink
Illusions of unanimity lead members to believe that everyone is in agreement and feels the same way. It is often much more difficult to speak out when it seems that everyone else in the group is on the same page.
Unquestioned beliefs lead members to ignore possible moral problems and not consider the consequences of individual and group actions.
Rationalizing prevents members from reconsidering their beliefs and causes them to ignore warning signs.
Stereotyping leads members of the in-group to ignore or even demonize out-group members who may oppose or challenge the group's ideas. This causes members of the group to ignore important ideas or information.
Self-censorship causes people who might have doubts to hide their fears or misgivings. Rather than sharing what they know, people remain quiet and assume that the group must know best.
“Mindguards” act as self-appointed censors to hide problematic information from the group. Rather than sharing important information, they keep quiet or actively prevent sharing.
Illusions of invulnerability lead members of the group to be overly optimistic and engage in risk-taking. When no one speaks out or voices an alternative opinion, it causes people to believe that the group must be right.
Direct pressure to conform is often placed on members who pose questions, and those who question the group are often seen as disloyal or traitorous.
Using these symptoms as a checklist, it is easy to assess whether or not public policy—which is based on publicly held beliefs—is being driven by what could be clinically called groupthink. By extension, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to evaluate current circumstances and determine that the whole of humanity is actively being induced into a historically unprecedented global groupthink coma.
They’re inducing it on purpose.
It is within this context we can now turn our attention back to Bilderberg.
Back to the ‘Berg, take two.
I’ve taken the time to spell out the similarities between communism and fascism, which are two sides of the same socialist coin, because I believe these are the two ideologies that are converging at the Bilderberg meeting. Moreover, when we consider the fact that communists, democratic socialists, and western “capitalists” were the ones who put their heads together and formed the United Nations, we can see how this unholy alliance has long been driving humanity toward the New World Order.
The Bilderberg group is a globalist Central Committee of sorts, a communist construct, and it would behoove us to become familiar with some of the key players. Why should we care? Because it will be their ideologies, political policies, and cravings for power that will be fueling the narrative generated through their assembly. As previously discussed, ideas are quite literally contagious, and nowhere are thoughts more virally transmitted than in swanky, private social gatherings among the global elite.
This is where the real secret conversations take place—behind closed doors.
So, who are these elitists and what are they all about? I’m glad you asked.
You’re not going to believe this... First up:
At the top of the Bilderberg A-list is none other than the despicable, two-time Georgia gubernatorial loser Stacey Abrams, a woman (?) who teaches on race and “Black Politics” and has been embroiled in controversy over scandalous voter suppression and blowing through over $3 million in campaign donations to fund her lavish lifestyle—and purchase posh purple outfits like this:
I have to tell you, I think the fact that this woman is at the top of the list of attendees of the world’s most elite and powerful players is more than just a coincidence. It’s more than just alphabetical order. It’s another smack in the face. It’s another “look who we can prop up and use to screw you over” maneuver from the global cabal.
They alone are the king makers. That’s the point. I highly doubt she’s going to be asked in for the backroom discussion. She’s just a token of diversity, equity, and inclusion, nothing more, nothing less—so let’s move on to more interesting people.
Let’s just grab some names from the list and take note of their affiliations:
Anne Applebaum, Paid Propagandist at The Atlantic
Sally Benson, Professor of Energy Science at Stanford
Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer Inc.
Tarun Chhabra, Senior Director of the National Security Council
Brian Deese, Former Director of the National Economic Council
Jen Easterly, Director of CISA
Elizabeth Economy, Senior Advisor for China at the U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
FYI: this lady has deep ties to China, the environmental agenda (she co-authored “The Internationalization of Environmental Protection” in 1997), and she served as Vice Chair on the WEF’s Global Agenda Council—where she wrote emphatically about the need for the world to adjust to China.
She also wrote The World According to China.
In other words, she’s been a key player in stitching together the globalists’ schemes to present China as a role model for the world—i.e. positioning communism as the central framework for global governance—and her finger prints are everywhere:
We could (and perhaps should) drill down on each of these attendees, but that felt like a bit of a tangent… so let’s get back to the list:
Kenneth Griffin, Founder and CEO of multinational hedge fund Citadel LLC (think Enron).
Niall Ferguson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Ferguson is specifically tied to their Global Policy and Strategy Initiative on International Security and the Digital Currency And Electronic Payments Working Group—which is telling enough, but also led to this rather disturbing report:
The gist of that report is that China has been leading the world in instituting central bank digital currency (with their e-CNY), and if the U.S. doesn’t act soon—meaning if we don’t implement our own central bank digital coin ASAP—then the U.S. will risk losing the top dog spot in global finance. The Hoover report puts it like this:
“Central bank digital currencies have taken flight globally, and China is boldly leading the way. …
China is not alone. Many countries, from South Korea to the Bahamas, have joined in the global CBDC gold rush. The United States, however, has held back.
If Washington does not move quickly to adopt a more proactive strategy, it risks losing its leading role in global finance and financial technologies, eroding the strategic influence of the US dollar.” (emphasis added)
What’s the lesson here? Once again, we see China is being held up as the role model for the world, and it’s time for the U.S. to get with the program. Either we go the way of China, or we go the way of the Romans. That seems to be the ultimatum.
Hence, the threat of The Real Red Wave—and don’t think for a second that our own corrupt political establishment and the devious Deep State aren’t in on this.
Other participants at Bilderberg include none other than:
Avril Haines, U.S. Director of National Intelligence, former Obama National Security Advisor, and former Deputy Director of the CIA. She was also legal counsel to the Hague Conference on Private International Law, which is an “intergovernmental organization” that works towards the “progressive unification” of international law. Nothing to see here.
Garry Kasparov, Chairman of the Renew Democracy Initiative, who laments that “the liberal-democratic order is under attack,” and is no doubt focusing his truly exceptional intelligence on the worldwide “battle for democracy” that is gripping the globe. Kasparov is the veritable genius and chess grand master who was ranked #1 in the world for over 20 consecutive years.
»»» Learning that Kasparov is at Bilderberg stings—this guy is on par with Einstein, and he happens to be working in cahoots with the global cabal, in order to enslave us all. Ouch.
Interestingly enough, Kasparov also has ties to Big Tech, thus bridging the gap between the complex strategies of chess and computer programming for Artificial Intelligence in a way that only his genius could. After first defeating several of the world’s best super computers in the mid 90s, he was ultimately the first World Champion to officially lose a tournament chess match to artificial intelligence.
Unfortunately, Kasparov happens to be a very brilliant communist, having been elected to the Central Committee in 1987—though he later left the party in favor of forming his own United Civil Front, which ultimately merged with the liberals, nationalist, socialists, and communists who had banded together to form The Other Russia. There he worked with representatives from the National Bolshevik Party, Moscow State University, the Vanguard of Red Youth, and the Central Bank of Russia to oppose Putin and “advance democracy”—if only in the communist sense of the words.
In 2008, The Other Russia chose Kasparov as its candidate for the Russian general election, to run directly against Putin. Thus, he’s just another piece on the globalists’ chessboard, being used to stir up another revolution, all for the greater good.
But so what, right?
Friends, those are just the first twelve “Americans” on the list. We could easily add other heavy hitters, such as Satya Nadella (CEO of Microsoft), John Micklethwait (Editor-in-Chief at Bloomberg), Eric Schmidt (former CEO of Google), and John Waldron (President of Goldman Sachs), just to name a few. There are many others, but from this initial survey, it should be clear that the deck is stacked against us.
In more ways than can be counted, these global elites are the driving force behind all of the “isms” that are destroying our country. They are trying to '“win the battle of democracy”—which is, I must remind you, the first step of communist revolution.
These public-private partnerships are the kernel of corporatism, representing the perfect merger between communism, fascism, and socialism. They also represent the epitome of groupthink, wherein their collective delusions allow them to temporarily transcend political differences in order to achieve their Common Agenda—which is centralized control over every aspect of our lives, for the greater good, of course.
Such is the greatest threat to humanity.