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Guterres Lays Out a Roadmap of "Transformations" to Come
Down on your knees, sustainable peasant!
This story is a very quick observation, with a much longer article to come. It’s about the United Nations signaling the roadmap of things to expect.
For context, please see my earlier interview with Mary Otto-Chang, a former UN employee, in which we talk about the hijacking of the United Nations and its authority to implement the reformist plans of the Davos crowd. Among other things, we talk about the 2019 agreement between the UN and the WEF that lists the wretched Fourth Industrial Revolution among its collaboration goals.
So, here are some tweets from Guterres. And perhaps, if one hasn’t looked into the specifics of what those transformations really mean in practical terms for an average person, Guterres’ words read like regular vacuous statements by a mostly useless bureaucrat. But if one has looked into the technical details, these are menacing words since these transformations stand for removing even the basic freedoms from our lives. And yes, they are taking their time to prime our minds and yank us back and forth: scare us, disorient us, entice us with “comfort” and “benefits,” take our freedoms from us, then “give them back,” then take them away again—until we forget what it felt like to move around, talk, laugh, and live our lives as we please (which is the one thing we shouldn’t forget, by the way, no matter what).
The call to “make lying wrong again” is rather ironic coming from his mouth, I must say.
For some more context, here is a presentation from 2021 about the digital ruble. The presentation is from the Cyber Polygon simulation exercise. Cyber Polygon is usually talked about as a World Economic Forum event but actually, it was organized by the central bank of Russia and supported by the WEF.
(If you want to look further into the dealings of the Russian central bank, whose head’s page abruptly disappeared from the WEF website in the past couple of days, please watch my interview with Riley Waggaman and check out his wonderful Substack.)
The presentation from the Cyber Polygon talks about the “programmable” feature of the digital ruble, meaning that the use of the digital currency can be arbitrarily limited based on what is being purchased, for example—which is exactly what “crazy conspiracy theorists” have been saying for months going on years.
(See also “Ernst Wolff: Digital Financial Complex” and a PDF of the overview of Omarova's plan in the U.S.)
As I keep saying, we are looking at a “respectable conspiracy” where a complex combination of forces and motives (from inertia and corruption to planning) can bring about a horrible reality that looks exactly like the dystopian reality described by your neighborhood “crazy conspiracy theorist,” and that’s regardless of what exactly is in the heads of the Davos crowd and their masters—which I am sure is different for every person in every moment—and our world remains an intricate dance as opposed to a clear-cut cartoon.
On my end, I am fine with the humble limitation of doing my best at connecting the dots and pedaling toward love and happiness without assuming that I know with certainty the exact big picture. Guessing is fine. Guessing is often all we get. We can look at their policy papers and their actions and read their lips—and as far as I am concerned, the aspiring feudal masters are up to no good. Their roadmap is all about censorship, restrictions, and the tightening of the peasants’ belts.
As I said last year,
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