Once you understand the globalist mentality, almost everything you do becomes more robotic and predictable. It should not be surprising that the World Health Organization (WHO), a branch of the United Nations, has been so aggressive in cheerleading for the chinese government and his response to the coronavirus outbreak. After all, China's communist surveillance state model is a beta test for the type of centralization that the UN wants for the entire planet. They certainly will not point out that it was the totalitarian system of China that allowed the outbreak to spread from the beginning.
Even now Xi Jinping is trying to rewrite history, stating that he had responded quickly to the crisis more than a month before he really did. The lie that the coronavirus has naturally mutated in a food and animal market in Wuhan continues to be promoted by the mainstream media, although there is no evidence to support this claim. And China is still publishing figures of deaths and manipulated infections, while they have more than 600 million people under the closure of martial law and their crematoria continue to pump the smoke of the dead 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. .
Brave health workers like Li Wenliang, who was punished by the government for virus warning in december, they have died in the process of trying to fight the centralized giant just to bring vital information to the world, but that never happened, right? Actually, it was President Xi and the CCP who saved the day. WHO and CPC say so. You will never hear the UN praise Li Wenliang's efforts; They want their name to disappear through the memory hole as much as the Chinese government does.
The developing narrative is familiar: local officials "stifled" the response to the outbreak, while the centralized national leadership rerouted things with extreme control measures that have turned Hubei Province into a true internment camp. Whatever you do, do not signal that it was the custom of the national government to imprison health officials who release "false information" which led to a late reaction to the coronavirus. Also, don't point out that the zero zone for the outbreak is just in the way of the largest level 4 biohazard laboratory in Asia, because that would make it a "conspiracy theorist."
The message sent to the public conscience is clear: "Shut up and accept that centralization works." Even when it fails miserably, it remains the answer to all our problems. All we have to do is "adjust" the historical record a little each time the system breaks down and then institute even more centralization in response.
In other words, if the interdependent and draconian top-down structure of the globalist state leads to the crisis, then it is because it was not centralized enough. Centralization always breeds more centralization.
The fascist financial system of the central bank and the corporate oligarchy leads to the state of socialist welfare, and the state of socialist welfare leads to the state of vigilance, the state of vigilance leads to the state of martial law and the state of martial law leads to a full global governance; An elitist empire without end.
Centralization failures have caused numerous problems long before they led to a potential pandemic. The pandemic simply clarifies the problem. For example, the collapse in the global supply chain is becoming a major threat every day. The Baltic Dry index, a measure of shipping rates, as well as the global demand for goods, has essentially collapsed. This should have been the first warning signal that the supply chain was in trouble, but the mainstream does not pay attention to the fundamentals, only to the stock markets. Enter Apple, one of the largest companies in the world, which has now abandoned its projections by 2020 and finally admitted that the closure of Chinese factories can be a problem.
Globalism has led to interdependent economies and national states that no longer have production redundancies. We have been forced to rely on production centers on the other side of the world for the vast majority of our products.
When China closes, the US economy loses almost 20% of its supply chain. When Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Vietnam turn off the virus, you can add another 10% to 15% on top of that. Retailers in the United States account for about 70% of GDP. It cuts the supply chain in Asia and retailers lose a wide variety of products to sell. The economy of the United States finally also closes, even if the virus never spreads here.
Some people will argue that we don't need all the "cheap plastic trash" in Asia anyway, and this situation is "a good thing." Sorry to tell you, but the US economy is based on the sale of cheap plastic garbage (along with the sale of the fiat dollar as a world reserve currency). Walmart (Chinamart if you discount agricultural products) is the largest employer in the United States and the world, after all. Right or wrong, our economic system is so globalized that the fall of Chinese dominoes will eventually tear down our own dominoes.
But when this disaster occurs and numerous national economies suffer from forced globalist integration, guess what will happen next? The globalists will go to our "rescue" with an even greater centralization. This was his agenda all the time.
Many people in the freedom movement are now aware of the simulation of Event 201, a globalist-led war game at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum on a "theoretical" coronavirus pandemic that kills 65 million people. This simulation took place only a couple of months before reality exploded in China in December. But hey, maybe it's an incredible coincidence. What worries me even more is the solution that was presented at the end of Event 201: the creation of a centralized global financial agency that would manage the international response to the outbreak.
Isn't it surprising how every major catastrophe caused by globalism seems to lead to greater globalism? One might begin to wonder if some of these events were caused by incompetence, or if they were deliberately designed. At a minimum, organizations such as WHO have allowed crisis events to be checked out of control, as they continue to rule out the coronavirus as a problem that is "under control" by a Chinese government that caused its spread in the first place.
So, this is what will happen next:
The best case scenario is that the western world is virtually unscathed by the virus itself, but the economic supply chain suffers significant setbacks. The global economy, which was already collapsing over the past year due to historical levels of corporate and consumer debt, not to mention hesitant exports and freight, is finally turning over. The huge Everything bubble, driven by a decade of central bank inflationary stimulus, explodes. Governments respond with totalitarian measures in the name of "protecting the public."
Globalist institutions such as the IMF intervene and suggest that fragile national monetary systems be managed under their basket of special drawing rights to mitigate the debt crisis. Essentially, this is the first step to global governance.
In the worst case, the virus spreads throughout the United States and Europe and governments respond in the same way as the Chinese government; Martial law and full-fledged concentration camp culture. This would lead to a civil war in the USA. UU. Because we are armed and many people will shoot anyone who tries to put us in quarantine camps. Europe is mostly screwed.
Then, the establishment suggests that paper money be removed from the system because it is a viral propagator. China is already pushing this solution now. Magically, we find ourselves in a society without cash in a matter of a year or two; which is what the globalists have been demanding for years. Everything becomes digital and, therefore, even local economies become completely centralized as private trade dies.
Again, this could be an engineering event, or it could simply be that globalists are exploiting a natural outbreak. Either way, they won't let a good crisis go to waste. Whether they succeed or not depends on several factors, but mainly, it depends on us. How many people will accept the idea that centralization is the answer to our problems? How many people will realize that centralization is the CAUSE of all our problems? And how many people will fight to avoid definitive centralization under a psychopathic globalist cult?
A viral outbreak is a significant danger to all of us, but an even greater threat is the supposed cure. Market our economic and social freedom in the name of stopping the coronavirus? No matter how deadly the mistake, it simply isn't worth it.