The Kwak Brothers – Feb 17, 2021
The Great Reset | Davos Agenda 2021 IN FULL MOTION!!! The World Economic Forum just had their Davos Agenda 2021 meeting a few weeks back. Now The Great Reset has been something talked about in detail since the pandemic started. But are we seeing The Great Reset happeneing right before our eyes? I think we are starting to see the slow implementation of The World Economic Forum’s Great Reset right now. It’s like a chess match, nothing happens right away, many moves are made before the endgame.
1:00 Never waste a good crisis
1:50 The early warning signs of the great reset
2:30 The stimulus packages
4:13 Wages going up?
5:40 The midgame of the great reset davos agenda 2021
8:16 Global control using the great reset
The great reset that was proposed by the World Economic Forum is looking to forgive all the world’s debt and has us live by the slogan, “You’ll Own Nothing, And You Will Be Happy”. Now first and foremost, we are starting to see a slow implementation of a universal basic income. It was actually what the World Economic Forum talked about and adovate for in the Davos agenda 2021 meeting that happened a few weeks back. Starting with the continual stimulus packages that we have recieved in the past few months to help stimulate the economy, seems like a slow inoculation into government dependancy. Since we can’t work where are we going to get our money from?
Secondly, The Great Reset talks about how having ALL of our debts forgiven. Well who’s going to buy them? The Federal Reserve? Sure, but with the sale of debt, comes the control of the debt. And whoever controls debt, controls YOU! The great reset is all about debt forgiveness but then we won’t be able to own anything ever again……and we will be happy about it. I’m not completely convinced that the World Economic Forum is looking to do this for the good of the people. They literally said, “You’ll Own Nothing and Be Happy” about it. Would you like to NOT own your home, car, business? I sure would like to own all of the things I’ve worked very hard for and I can speak on behalf of most people who own those things.
Lastly, the Davos agenda 2021 got into cryptocurrency. Currently crypto is decentralized and lacks certain regulation from major regulatory bodies. That is a beautiful thing, but the World Economic Forum has already spoke about crypto in their Davos agenda 2021 meeting that happened a few weeks back. With the Great Reset, the fiat currency will crash because of the reckless printing from The Federal Reserve. So expect to see heavy regulation and government intervention with crypto.
Russell Brand – Feb 26, 2021
Bill Gates has been buying up 242,000 acres of farmland across the U.S. — enough to make him the top private farmland owner in America. With other billionaires such as Jeff Bezos also buying up land, should we be worried? Elites are taking over! Our only hope is to form our own. To learn more join my cartel here https://www.russellbrand.com/join/ and get weekly bulletins too incendiary for anything but your private inbox.
Wall Street Journal– Mar 29, 2021
NASA is partnering with SpaceX, Blue Origin and others to search for water on the moon. Water is the foundation for rocket propellant, which could supply refueling stations in the cosmos and make Mars trips cheaper. Photo illustration: Crystal Tai
Russell Brand = Feb 19, 2021
Elites are taking over! Our only hope is to form our own. To learn more join my cartel here https://www.russellbrand.com/join/ and get weekly bulletins too incendiary for anything but your private inbox. *not a euphemism Indian farmers are protesting over new laws that could leave them at the mercy of giant corporations, while Big Tech companies are capturing their data. With Facebook and Bill Gates involved, what does it mean for you? See Vandana Shiva’s full FRANCE 24 interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNM83…
Going Underground on RT
Feb 13, 2021
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Dr. Vandana Shiva, the Founder and President of Navdanya, Technology and Natural Resource Policy who was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’. She discusses the recent avalanche in Uttarakhand which has left hundreds missing and the causes behind it, how the World Bank’s actions in the 1991 was arguably the start of Indian farmers vs global capitalism, why India’s farmers are organising en masse to oppose Modi’s neoliberal farming laws, 1 in 4 farmers on Earth being Indian, multinational farming corporations and their war on India’s independent farmers, the history of the spread of GMO technology such as ‘Roundup’, why a transition away from industrial farming back to small-scale farming is needed to fight climate change and much more!
#FarmersProtests #India #Modi
We contacted the UK Department for Food & Rural Affairs who directed us to this statement by Environment Secretary George Eustice: “Gene editing has the ability to harness the genetic resources that mother nature has provided, in order to tackle the challenges of our age. This includes breeding crops that perform better, reducing costs to farmers and impacts on the environment, and helping us all adapt to the challenges of climate change.
“Its potential was blocked by a European Court of Justice ruling in 2018, which is flawed and stifling to scientific progress. Now that we have left the EU, we are free to make coherent policy decisions based on science and evidence. That begins with this consultation.”
BBC News – Mar 31, 2021
Three new laws that will significantly change how Indian farmers organise themselves and do business have sparked one of India’s biggest protests.
Several rounds of talks between the government and farmers have failed to break the deadlock.
Since November, tens of thousands of protesting farmers have been camping out on highways on the outskirts of Delhi.
They say the new laws will give the private sector a bigger role in farming and it will hurt their income.
Mar 31, 2021
2021 Climate change emergency conference presentation, focused discussion, P. Carter, Climate Emergency Institute.
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The Edible Schoolyard Project
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