Over the last few years, a bureaucratic body comprised of members from most countries around the world, has been undertaking an agenda that they hope nears fruition. The World Economic Forum (WEF), led by the German Klaus Schwab, seeks to bring about ‘The Great Reset,’ also referred to as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’.
So far, the WEF has used Covid to their advantage, encouraging world leaders to remove freedoms and enforce harsh restrictions, followed by pushing the vaccines like there is no tomorrow.
What many do not know is that the WEF ran pandemic simulations before Covid.
In late 2019, representatives from each country attended ‘Event 201’ as a way to see how countries would respond to a pandemic situation. The scenario simulated a coronavirus originating from bats that rapidly spread out into the public sphere. Also present at Event 201 in a significant capacity was none other than Bill Gates.
At the time, Gates mentioned that vaccines would be good to invest in and had himself bought shares in vaccines. A number of other individuals, in what would be considered the ‘elite’ class, did the same – including our very own Federal Liberal MP Dave Sharma.
While this is important for context, we are not here to discuss vaccines. Rather, we are here to discuss the next phase of the World Economic Forum’s agenda.
There’s a new event entitled ‘Cyber Polygon’ designed to simulate a global cyber attack. This, in itself, sounds ominous. Leaders at the WEF have expressed concerns about cyber attacks while domestic legislation has been passed in some countries to further constrain the internet and speech online, including here in Australia. The WEF has published articles dedicated to transhumanism, citing their goal to blend humanity with artificial intelligence (AI).
Schwab said in a television interview only a few years ago that soon enough people would have microchips inside them that they can use to participate in society.
Before the world collapses into cyber oblivion, Klaus Schwab and his buddies want you to stop eating meat, and instead ‘eat ze bug!’
That’s right, insects.
Some individuals have about spoken about this before – mainly hardcore climate activists – but now it is being talked about in perfect seriousness alongside food shortages.
According to one report, one per cent of the world’s people own around 70 per cent of farmland. Bill Gates owns more farmland in America than anyone else. He wants human beings to stop eating meat and instead consume insects and what he calls ‘synthetic meat’. This would entail some sort of monstrosity grown in a lab, with goodness knows what chemicals contained within – a likely unhealthy alternative to good quality protein-filled meat.
Gates’ reasoning is ‘Climate Change’, but if he really thinks Climate Change is a major issue, why did he recently purchase a $43 million beachfront property in San Diego?
In reality, this ideology is a massive profiteering scheme – where people not only profit in terms of money, but also power and control.
This is where the food shortage comes in.
In the past few weeks, there have been several mentions of a food shortage by high-level individuals. First, there was American President Joe Biden who said, ‘With regard to food shortage, it’s gonna be real.’ An ironic statement from Biden, given his remarks in 2020: ‘We don’t have a food shortage problem – we have a leadership problem.’
BlackRock President Rob Kapito also spoke on the matter, saying that ‘we have a very entitled generation that has never had to sacrifice’ who are ‘going to go into a store and not be able to get what they want’ as a result of shortages.
One of the most entitled men on the planet, an elite, is calling us entitled…
It is worth noting that Biden’s director of Economic Council was BlackRock’s Head of Investing, his Deputy Treasury Secretary was chief of staff to BlackRock’s CEO, and his Chief Economic Adviser was BlackRock’s Chief Investment Strategist. As the last few years have taught us, there are no coincidences.
And then there was the real-life bond villain himself, Klaus Schwab, who, at the World Government Summit 2022, stated, ‘We do know the global energy systems, food systems, and supply chains will be deeply affected.’ Schwab took it a step further, saying, ‘As humanity moves further toward a post-carbon future, people must accept that things like eating meat and property ownership is simply unsustainable.’
In other words, not only does he want you to ‘eat ze bug!!!’ Klaus wants your house.
These ideas are evident of a man heading an organisation of powerful people set on building the world to their own ungodly design.
When you couple these ideas with the actions of individuals involved in ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ projects, like Bill Gates and his mass ownership of farmland, things become more concerning. When someone has that much control over an essential source – be it food, energy, or what have you – it is incredibly easy for them to cut people off if they want to.
While you are all eating bugs, they will be feasting on steaks, cutlets, and all that meat that they said you cannot eat.
That may be what they plan to do – cut off the meat supply so that you are forced to reduce your consumption of meat, or even forego it altogether and instead consume whatever they cook up in their labs. Forget about high-protein foods and the ability to build muscle. These people want you weak and susceptible. Strong men, in particular, threaten them. This is why they push certain ideologies – to produce weak men incapable of fighting for their values.
If there is a food shortage, it is not something that can be squarely blamed on Russia – like everything else these days. It will have been contrived by terrible government policy, which may be deliberately imposed to result in another crisis. After all, evil thrives in chaos. It would also be unsurprising if the food shortages eventually led to climate lockdowns, something that is back on the agenda.
Be it food shortages, the removal of property ownership, cyber attacks, transhumanism, consuming insects, or any of the other incredibly disturbing policies and goals of the World Economic Forum, it all boils down to their tagline, ‘You will own nothing and you will be happy.’
If you want to eat crickets for dinner, go right ahead. That is your choice. As far as I am concerned, Klaus Schwab can take his bugs, lead by example, and eat them himself.
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