Bill Gates (philanthropath)
I stumbled upon this video earlier from Jody Lowe and thought it was really good. He gives an example of four different factions; different sets of beliefs people have about what is going on in the world (which is really a simplified version of the hundreds of different beliefs out there), and reminds us that our power is on uniting all factions against “the bad guys”, regardless of our different beliefs, i.e., stop making “each other” the bad guys—stop focusing on calling others wrong or controlled opposition, etc.—because that gives the bad guys a free ride and takes our power away. Allow each set of people to do what they do best in each of their areas, and stand together on common goals, but let each faction do their thing, because ultimately, we need all of us—everyone united—and that it’s all interconnected, and so are we.
In Romania, they used the threat of terrorism to try to quell the riots/demonstrations, which did not work. In China, with massive demonstrations in Hong Kong and Wuhan, the CCP staged a viral emergency to lock everybody up in their homes to prevent the spread of demonstrations to other parts of China. The governments in the “free” world, seeing how well the strategy worked in China, adopted the scenario to seize control and promote their own objectives. In China, the strategy worked, and demonstrations ended, so the restrictions were lifted. In the “free” nations, the objective of “more” cannot be accomplished, so they continue to find excuses for not ending the scam.
Larry Alex Taunton cuts through the World Economic Forum’s noble slogans to explain the history of this sinister organization and the anti-human ideas driving it. He went undercover at the WEF’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, as a kind of spy to mingle with the attendees, and explains how their thinking has been infected by the ludicrous need to remove 6 billion people from the earth, “in a humane way” and how only a one world government with a “nice dictatorship” can achieve this end.