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Klaus Schwab the Humanist versus Klaus Schwab the Terrorist

The rising technocratic dystopia may appear to carry forward the legacy of social-democracy, though perversely, and therefore the utilization of Green parties and social-democratic parties in Europe to implement these is both predicted and rational.

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Forced Vaccination and the Road to “Digital Tyranny”: Agenda ID2020 Revisited

A group of “citizens” of the Andromeda Galaxy, the closest to our Milky Way, but still about 2.5 million light years away from planet Earth – People of Peace – wanted to visit Mother Earth, the beautiful blue planet. They must have heard lots of good things about our planet, many light years back.

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Strategically Resisting the New Dark Age: 7-Day Campaign to Resist “The Great Reset”

Measured by the Christian calendar, the period of about 500 years from the fall of the Roman Empire until the end of the first millennium was a time characterized by economic, intellectual and cultural decline in the European Christian world. In retrospect, it is now referred to as ‘the Dark Age’, even as other cultures, including that of Islam but those in other parts of the world too, thrived during this period.

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Zero Carbon – Zero Covid: Twin Phantoms of “Planetary Genocide”?

Within the control system’s Davos engineered programme called Agenda 2030/The Great Reset, are some striking cohabitating toxic agendas. The one I wish to highlight in this article is the Zero Carbon ‘stop climate change’ goal – and the Zero Covid ‘stop the world pandemic’ goal.

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Will the Technocratic Coup Succeed?

“We’re not going back to the same economy”, Fed Chair Powell said recently: “We’re recovering, but to a different economy, and it will be one that is more leveraged to technology – and I worry that it’s going to make it even more difficult than it was, for many workers.” Klaus Schwab, the Davos Chair, was more blunt: “Nothing will ever return to the ‘broken’ sense of normalcy that prevailed [earlier].

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