Descriptions of the Wars, Part 1: Controlling the End of Nations
The Wars of Wars Part III
Via Steve Kirsch, I just saw this substack article about a scary topic that many of us have been following for a few months: international voting on giving up sovereignty to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The very idea of doing this is mind-boggling insane. But I want to take a moment and break down why it's a terrible idea, and in a way that will hopefully clarify (to me if nobody else) what this chaotic and hard-to-define struggle we're in is all about.
The End of Nations
How do you feel when you read that phrase?
Would you have felt differently reading it 20 years ago?
I think that's a good exercise because many of us do not fall into overly simple categories like liberal/convervative/left/right/centrist/moderate, as if there were ever a committee somewhere who defined how each category of people would think and in all situations. But whatever skin we're wearing (and some people try on more than others) may cause us to either embrace or recoil from the idea. Though personally, I think that ideology is not so much the point at this juncture.
Can we ever get political language correct?
The more local politics is, the less confusing the language, but the politics of nations is already very large, and world politics is ever larger.
But let's back up before we take discussions of the value of nations too far. Let's make a simple assumption that requires no definitions or ideological acceptance either way:
One day will be the last day in which rival nations exist on Earth.
Maybe that'll be a few months from now. Maybe it'll be closer to the time when the sun burns out. I really don't know, and I'm not particularly worried about it happening thousands of years after I die. But I feel existentially concerned with whether it happens this year or any time soon.
Because if it happens, I don't want for it to happen the wrong way. And if it happens so quickly that endangers billions of people, and in a way that suits powerful psychopaths, then it's happening the wrong way.
Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up
The bottom-up discussion isn't exactly "simple" per se. The game theory of how organic circles of trust grow is a richly complex subject. But that is to say that nations (as rivalrous organizations) may one day become irrelevant as the need for militaristic distrust (yes, you need to protect your children from strangers) diminishes in relative influence, while the grand game of healthy human economic growth keeps sovereign people stocked with all the resources they can handle. That may only happen on a very long time horizon, though I personally suspect that absent current corporatist powers, it might happen over a few short decades. Perhaps that is why the world's most powerful people feel the need to rush their own top-down plan?
This is the proper description of what I (believe I) am seeing in the world.
The fiat currency system is failing. Centralized systems always attract parasites that consume until the top-heavy Molochian monstrosity fails. Moloch eats itself. Now the Bitcoiners (or other, but I doubt the competitors) threaten the entire systemic revolution from one fiat currency to the next. This time might be different: a truly new era.
There is a plan known only at high levels. We could talk about evidence of plandemic or plandemonium (my preferred term) all day. We could speculate about what exactly it entails. But let's start simple: there is a plan. That is to say, there is a high level conspiracy.
If the plan involves ending the sovereignty of nations in favor of a New World Order (NWO), then what we're talking about is one world government. That's no longer a controversial statement. The rhetoric at the World Government Summit 2022 demonstrates that.
Look past the virtue signaling words like "empowerment" (in well-designed commercials that play between the discussion) that seem designed to coopt a more democratic discussion, and the power behind the curtain is boldly advertised.
I added the pointer to the WHO, but we'll come back to that. It is interesting to see that, aside from the consulting firms and media enterprising listed at the bottom, the world's real corporate powerhouses seem to be hiding behind the NGOs. That is to say that the NGOs have been erected as the centerpieces within the NWO.
This is the moment when you may wish to reread The Doctrine of Fascism.
The Fascism of the NWO is the same as that of Mussolini in its architecture. And remember what happened to Mussolini, whose early rhetoric was that of hyper-compassionate leftist who was only kicked out of the Socialist Party due to his desire to take down the national hegemon of the day, Britain, on equal footing. Mussolini laid out an Italy in which all the ethnic groups could be humanized as Italians: whether Greek, visigoth, North African, Jewish, or whoever/wherever their ancestors might have originated.
And then he shook hands with the devil and none of that commitment to the value of every individual in Italy meant anything, anymore, except for the industrial influencers and select insiders.
Even worse, we might note that Hitler was somewhat like the Trudeau of his day. We're told in the history books (or "history" books) that Hitler was a painter, but the more relevant truth is that Hitler was a film actor (which Western academic and media sources go to great lengths to hide). In fact, his head propagandists were mostly the directors of the films in which he had appeared. There is very good reason to suspect that Hitler was a front for more powerful men, including the American banking network that funded his ascension, but that's a discussion for another day. The larger point is that the virtue signaling of ideological platforms gets laundered through a chain of idealists and literal actors to engineer a facade for the politics of the world's oligarchs.
And now that the world currencies are dying, they are working at a breakneck pace to organize top-down governance before their ability to print all the money they want turns into commodity money and Bitcoin.
The Insanity of WHO Governance
Let's be clear: the power to take control over governments is the power to govern. The requirement of a pandemic to trigger the event is the ultimate moral hazard. Power attracts the Kunlangeta, and those are people who cannot resist a lever whose instructions say, "Caution, pull this only when you're ready to commit genocide in return for control over hundreds of trillions of dollars worth of wealth."
It's that simple. Need I go on? For whom? For the people who aren't wary of a health NGO now run…not by a doctor, but by a Marxist revolutionary with blood already on his hands? And where in the years leading up to the plandemonium, nobody there was interested in or aware enough to throw a flag on the play?
If you haven't figured this out yet: work backward. Where did the problem begin?
Answer: a long time before now. Also, I'm not even sure when. All I know is that working backward, I just keep finding years and years, maybe even centuries of institutional capture.
This is the ultimate fascist war against all free people. No matter what any of us think, we don't fully understand it yet. But if you sit and meditate on the reality, it's undeniable. Of course, that's for people who didn't have the ability to meditate beaten out of them.
Addendum: Personally, I don’t think that Tedros’s Marxist path is the point so much as the power-seeking is. He is one of many opportunists in the world, and he is now in position to take all manner of bribes, and probably doesn’t even realize his negotiating potential. But the larger point is that the power to declare pandemic and take control of governments would be in the hands of a lever that is bought through a private bidding process. World government then becomes explicitly part of the corporate profit feedback loop. How well could anybody who understands that sleep at night?