I've posted before that I believe Robert Malone to be controlled opposition. After reading his new article, I am positive he is.
The article can be found here:
There are two quotes from the article that expose his true
ties. If you're wondering why 'true' is italicized, its because their version
of things is
the truth. A 'true' Christian is a Zionist.
The first quote makes use of 'truth', but also speaks of giants:
We all stand on the shoulders of giants. The simple truths are what matter most. Honest words, spoken from the heart, can change the world.
Sounds a bit like "there were giants in those days; men of renown
". These are oligarchs of business. The symbolism itself spread around
the world through business and trade, and this is why its the elite's symbology (they're the top business people). It is also why there is a
seemingly unified set of symbols used around the world. Its not because there were aliens, or some advanced civilization. Simply symbols spread
But, this quote isn't the real giveaway. That honor belongs to this one:
But I have also been a carpenter and a farm hand, and I still work my farm. I drive a GMC dually diesel flatbed, a Kubota farm tractor, and can
run a skidloader or drive a team of Percheron horses. I have shown my Percheron foals at the Royal Winter Fair. By the original meaning, I am a
The top god for the elites is Enlil, the pole star. The city of Percheron was named after the pole star.
The horse is one of the top symbols they use. In fact, its connected to the whore of Babylon. The horse frolics and is symbolic of the lead. To
frolic is to be frivolous, and a frivolous woman is a whore. In symbology, sexual intercourse is simply a business deal, and a whore is simply a
woman with a lot of power. The pole star is androgenous due to its many aspects, and is the 'she' who rides the beast.
In ancient Egypt, you see the hippo being revered heavily. Well, hippo means 'water-horse'. You'll also see the headless horse depicted on the
In the ancient days, the farmer was an idol. The character from the earliest flood myths was called the 'warrior farmer', and the boar is
symbolized because it is both a warrior and a farmer (for the way it resembles a plow as it forages).
The slave drivers who ran the field were called pasteurs, field scientists, and farmers. So, 'scientist farmer'. These were the priesthood,
which later evolved or split to include the fraternal orders. They were shepards of the sheep. Their job was to 'heal' the wild nature of the
fields and animals (slave drive, irrigate, remove crayfish, fertilize, etc...).
Another symbol used for farmer is Orion; originally called the 'agricultural worker'. They love this constellation because you use it to locate,
guess what...the pole star.
The people in the fraternal orders, modeled after Jesus, are called 'builders' and 'craftsmen'. Just like Jesus. In fact, the Mason 33 degrees
represents the angles measured from equinox to equinox. Before latitudes were discovered, they measured the angles from the ground. The sun was
seen to reach 17 degrees north and south. This was later corrected to 16.5 degrees, for a total of 33 degrees. This journey begins with the spring
equinox at 16.5 degrees. This is why Jesus has no childhood.
So Malone is a builder, scientist, and a farmer, with a love of horses.
Malone's job is to give you an enemy
, and to encourage you to rebel against that enemy. Malone has already called for mass protests. He
wants you to rebel against the government, but the politicians aren't the ones doing it. The elites own them and they are the 'true' enemy.
Never fight the enemy they give you.
If you're going to protest or rebel, then name the actual people calling the shots. Demand your politicians to do something about the elites.
They want the abolition of government, so that the elites are left in charge. They're going to give you your government as the enemy over and over
and over. But its really the elites behind the scenes. Don't be misled by controlled opposition like Robert Malone. He may tell you some truth,
but he will lead you astray. Take what you can from his words, but follow at your own risk.