Never let a good crisis go to waste is based on the points set out in the book Rules for Radicals by Saul Alinsky.
These principles, if that’s what they can be called, apply in triple plus on the global stage and this is where we get to see it play out in real time. At least when compared to anywhere else.
These crises have to be presented as the real deals though they nothing more than schemes really; which is the way these things tend to work. The trick is to get people to buy into it and have them rally behind it. The reason for this is there is always a far bigger plan in mind; and overreach is the name of the game.
These crises tend to come in at least three’s or more. Which makes sense as why deal with one problem at a time when you can make it a package deal?
Let me offer a good example of what I’m talking about; and give you an idea of where we are.
So off to the drawing board we go.
Take the idea of ‘going Green’ this is where all global policy (and change) is geared to fit round the problem of man-made climate change.
Then there is The Great Reset or the roll out of a new global financial system.
Then factor in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and A.I’s.
Then we have last but not least; the introduction of a brand new world religion. So this makes it four.
There is a lot of overlap with the first three you may notice. In fact they all tie in with each other rather well.
The Green ‘Agenda’ and the Fourth Industrial Revolution spell de-industrialization which may dovetail with the Great Reset; which is about setting the clock back? While at the same time it is to set it forward to bring in a new paradigm for the future. Like a post human world. Yes a Tran’s human one.
The fourth seems to stand alone and is more of a mystery. Or is it? Maybe it’s a new religion designed to fit with this new world they hope to create. It is not as if we don’t know how these globalist types love to tweak things, yes.
Think new Age meets a humanist slash Christiany type of thingy.
The thread that runs through all of this is the desire for total control. The grand plan as it were is to strive to integrate all things. This is the only way they get to see in their pipe dream; the one where they get to rule over everything.
The offshoot of all this is that plans don’t always succeed. What is that again about the best laid plans of mice and men being laid to waste?