It’s seems like ages ago, I know… but it would be prudent to review a few of the more riveting headlines:
The Mueller Report — After nearly two years of investigating the Trump-Russia conspiracy, spending over $30 million dollars and grilling over 500 witnesses, the much anticipated Mueller Report found there was no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion or obstruction of justice.
Julian Assange Arrested — After exposing classified documents that proved war crimes and egregious abuses of government power, the founder of WikiLeaks was arrested in London, and he continues to be held in a maximum security prison to this day.
Creepy Uncle Joe’s Campaign — After multiple accusers came forward and brought to light Joe Biden’s record of creepy behavior, which had been known as an “open secret” in some circles, then-presidential candidate Biden said he was just trying to make a “human connection” and that he’d try to be more respectful of personal space moving forward.
Ah, the drama. It almost seems fickle and lighthearted when we contrast yesteryear with what has transpired since 2019. Two years of being hammered by a pandemic and the on-going threat of global war seem infinitely more important than a few stale headlines — but before we jump back into current news, there is one more three-year-old story that has aged quite well:
BREAKING NEWS: Ukrainian Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky Elected President!
“Mr Zelensky, a political novice, is best known for starring in a satirical television series Servant of the People, in which his character accidentally becomes Ukrainian president.”
Now THAT is entertainment! Imagine it: A comedian with no political experience, who plays a character that “accidentally” becomes president, actually gets elected as president — and this same character is now starring in the epic global drama ‘Russia Versus The World’. Who’d a thunk.
Of course, some claim the Ukrainian election was mired by Russian election interference and corruption, which are familiar sounding allegations. And, keep in mind, shortly after his election Zelensky had a conversation with another TV personality-turned-president — Donald Trump — which ultimately led to calls of impropriety and impeachment, after Trump asked him to look into the now well-documented Biden-Burisma scandal.
Does anyone still believe this is all just coincidence?
Zelensky was said to have “ambitions of achieving radical change” in Ukraine, including greater cooperation with “central government,” anti-corruption reforms, and ending the war in Donbass. Unfortunately for him and the Ukrainian people, there was already another plan in motion.
Here are a couple more things that happened in 2019:
The World Health Organization released its first guideline for “global digital health” interventions, a strategy which emphasizes that health data are to be “personally identifiable information.” The implicit goal is to be able to track the health of every person on the planet with a digital identification.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, in conjunction with the World Economic Forum and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, hosted a “global pandemic exercise” called Event 201. This event eerily foreshadowed the COVID-19 outbreak, and advocated that public interventions — such as isolation, social distancing, and disease surveillance — be used even before a disease outbreak becomes pandemic.
Dr. Fauci, along with officials from the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), the FDA, and the WHO along with Sabin Vaccine Institute, discuss ways to expand vaccine uptake globally by tackling the challenge of overcoming the public’s perception — with Fauci stating explicitly: “I don’t care what your perception is, we’re going to address the problem in a disruptive and iterative way.”
In 2019, very few people knew about these meetings, or how they tie into the UN Agenda 2030 and the ultimate plan to usher in a global surveillance state and control the entire human population. We need not speculate how all of these plans might play out, because we’re living this new unfolding reality — and today’s headlines point us toward what’s coming next:
In April 2022, the G20 group of nations is discussing “standardizing” health protocols for travel, lamenting the “enormous number” of incompatible certificates, and pushing the need for “verifiable” vaccination status that can be trusted internationally.
Meanwhile, China has launched it’s biggest lockdown since the start of the pandemic — locking down some 26 million residents in Shanghai — more than doubling the 2019 lockdown of a mere 11 million citizens in Wuhan, for the record.
This news comes as U.S. officials are trying to figure out how to convince Americans they will need to get a 4th booster — because booster rates have dropped to record lows, “just as experts and officials are bracing for the possibility of another wave of infections” from the latest variant.
So what are we to make of all of this?
There are plans and patterns of implementation that are difficult to ignore. From foreign election interference, to global collaboration on the new surveillance state, there is no denying the devious genius of the global elite. They’re using a timeless strategy: Create the problem, present the solution, and always try to stay two steps ahead.
Fortunately for us, noting the similarities between headlines helps us connect the dots. When we understand how the game works, their patterns become predictable. The truth is, they are not trying to hide their plans — and I can almost hear their evil cackles as they inch ever closer to taking over the world. Who could have seen this coming? I guess the joke’s on us.