I wrote yesterday about the plans that the architects of the New World Order have for us. According to the latest word handed down from on high by the World Economic Forum, those plans include the demand that ordinary citizens endure severe privation and hardship in order to defeat the evil Vladimir Putin, and also save the planet.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from the Austrian weekly Der Wochenblick:
They take everything from us…
WEF decrees total renunciation: We should freeze, cycle and dawdle against Putin
The vexatious sanctions against Russia are hitting the civilian population all over Europe hard, and people are suffering from an unprecedented wave of inflation. The World Economic Forum around “Great Reset” architect Klaus Schwab has now presented its unworldly and disturbing solution: people should simply do without everything if possible. That saves them money — and hurts Russia the most.
Globalists want collapse and make regulations
Wochenblick has already broken down the way globalist circles would benefit from the impending collapse across Europe in order to force us even further into dependency on them. But apparently the rulers of the world are so sure of victory that they no longer make any secret of their intentions. It is no longer enough to stink for sustainability and against evil rogue states — a recommendation that German authorities have long been making. According to Schwab & Co., cold apartments, rusting cars and human capital walking on foot are the order of the day.
At least that’s what a new WEF video suggests. The think tank, under whose wing the powerful of this world like to blather about their radical transformation, falls back on the proven method of educating people with short 80-second clips. The title of the latest work: “Nine ways Europeans can reduce their energy consumption, save money and help Ukraine”. This compilation alone shows clearly: They want to sell us radical renunciation as a “good thing” that should save us, our fellow human beings and the planet.
Unworldly recommendations beyond all reality of life
The WEF also refers to the “Energy Action Plan” of the International Energy Agency (IEA). The OECD subsidiary organization was considered the driving force behind the “Agenda 2030” resolution, which wants to change the world in the interests of the Global Elite under the guise of “sustainability”. In the past, it was often notable for grossly incorrect forecasts. The head of the Agency, which has strategic oil reserves with which it can intervene in the price level on the energy market, is the Turkish Fatih Birol, who is considered an important reference point for German climate and energy policy.
The plan recommends, for example, that people turn their heaters, air conditioners and boilers down. Private car journeys are portrayed as the greatest evil: people should rather work from home, share their vehicles with neighbors and drive slowly on the freeway — and not at all on weekends. The best thing is to do a short walk, use bicycles and public transport, longer distances by train. No consideration is given to the reality of life for many people in rural areas. Why should they? After all, they, too, need to be forced into the monitored “smart cities” of the future.
Total renunciation to oppose evil Russia
It is sold to people, among other things, with their personal savings: “With these nine steps, households affected by expensive energy could save up to €500 a year.” The fact that this cannot compensate for the partial quadrupling of electricity prices as a result of the globalist business games is studiously concealed. And, of course, you also protect “the climate”.
But it gets particularly bizarre with the assertion that natural gas is secured for private households and that Russia receives less money from the energy business. Because two-thirds of the gas requirement relates to large-scale industry — a prioritization of private households would therefore at best mean that people have an open gas tap at home — but still cannot afford it due to idle plants and mass unemployment.
Lithuania as a role model: Morgenthau plan for Russia?
But because you have to stick to your narrative, the WEF also links to an article on its homepage. There it is then explained what can be learned from Lithuania. A few years ago, it opted for liquid gas terminals and now regularly gets environmentally harmful, expensive US fracking gas delivered in giant tankers. The WEF is also presented in a historically visionary way: a map of Lithuania in the 15th century is shared, when its then huge territory stretched over large parts of what is now Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.
Explaining that the Globalist Forum is making the comparison, “Lithuania itself is evidence that the hubs of economic influence can change dramatically over time.” However, Klaus Schwab has already pointed out that he would prefer to abolish nation states and their governments in favour of a World Dictatorship because he considers them inefficient. Should the citizens be attuned here to a redrawing of the map in the east? Already in the case of Germany, there were once plans to divide up its territory after a war and reduce it to a feudal agrarian nation…
Afterword from the translator:
The globalists are now pretty open about their plans because they feel very safe. Megalomania and the feeling of being the greatest and that no one can touch them drives these people to make their sick [ordure] public. Hitler did this, too, and also Stalin. The red bosses in the GDR made their sick [ordure] public. They won’t write “we’re going to wipe out half of humanity”; these criminals describe it differently, but from that you can gauge what they’re planning and how they want to proceed. Knowledge is power. Of course, this also requires the use of one’s own intellect, something that has been sadly — and deliberately — neglected by the vast majority of the people.
Only yesterday, Olaf Scholz said: “You don’t need to take the people so seriously.” And that’s just one example of many in which it’s openly revealed what they intend to do.