Kinda feel like its somewhat obvious at this point...
I mean, I was saying I found it a bit strange that people werent bringing it up a couple weeks into the whole mess, so you can probably imagine how I
feel about it now.
It was an agenda that was established in 1992 in the Rio Declaration, and was adopted by more than a few
, by the way, who are kind of the "teachers pet." They serve as an excellent focal point for people
to place negative responsibility.
It was called Agenda 21 for quite some time, then became obfuscated with Agenda 30. There are time frames and all that.
Basically, be on the lookout for anything that is referencing "Sustainable Development Goals" or any other language of the sort. They are not
concerned with actual sustainability, the environment, poverty, hunger, public health, or any of that stuff. But,
they have an absolutely
exceptional marketing team. More recently, they use terms like "Great Reset" and "Build Back Better." They love
slogans. All they ever had to
do was call what they were doing as "working towards sustainable development" and have some slick marketing.. et voila! People think its
Organizations like the UN and WEF, alongside some select corporations, NGOs, etc. have specialized in 4th and 5th gen warfare and the general public
doesnt have any awareness of what that even means, much less how to actually "fight" it. In this, they have slowly infiltrated governments around the
world over decades, and have even started the non-theistic religion that many call being "Woke." Many who are involved or inculcated genuinely and
truly believe they are doing good and acting righteously.
They even have a snazzy website
to track general progress.
They applied Critical Theory to "covid," in much the same way as it is applied in Critical Race Theory. In that, even detractors will likely spend all
of their time, energy, and focus simply dissenting from the Narrative rather than actually establishing a new one. The intent is for individuals to
through the lens of "covid" as an inherent perspective, just as the intent with CRT is to have individuals view
through the lens of race inherently.
Therein lies the key
. There is no winning within the system they have established (imo). An event like truckers going on strike to fight back
actually works in favor of their plan
in that it gives a platform to sell automated transportation to the public despite longstanding concerns.
""Well, there are issues with these automated trucks, but we need to fast track them because of public health and the TerribleNoGoodVeryBadPeople who
refuse to transport your foods and goods in the middle of a crisis!"" It makes for an easy way to roll out pretty much anything, and people gobble it
Decentralized, air-gapped automation platforms for food, manufacturing, power, etc. are the most feasible way to actually build the foundation for a
competing, alternative system. I would also argue that it would be a better way to go anyway, even if all this other stuff wasnt happening. You can
buy the stuff you need on amazon and ebay. ¯|_(ツ)_/¯
edit on 6-9-2021 by Serdgiam because: Squirrel chaos