Patrick Wood gives us an update on how he thinks the technocratic Great Reset is faring, which earnestly began in 2020 with the pandemic declaration. Elites felt they had achieved a tipping point worth of objectives allowing them to proceed. Until capitalism and free-market economics are destroyed, Davos cannot Build Back Better. Patrick fears we are on the cusp of economic collapse led by either a black swan or the disintegration of the global supply chain, which was built as part of a move toward globalization in the 1970s by groups like the Trilateral Commission. If the supply chain fails, the global economy fails. The scientific dictatorship of total control envisioned by the elites is sold via innocuous slogans such as Agenda 21/2030 and Sustainable Development. He most fears the global collapse of the internet (cyber pandemic) which could lead to a cashless society and the tokenization of all wealth and assets by the central banks. He agrees that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are a globalist Trojan horse. This system is not communism or socialism. He comments on the Digital ID/Passport/Social Credit system now being developed in all countries and thinks free speech is our absolute last line of defense. We also ponder whether we are living in the Book of Revelation.
Carl Teichrib is one of the most detailed and fearless researches on the North American continent. He attends globalist meetings to provide original research on globalization, the occult, religious movements, etc. This discussion just scratches the surface, but Game of Gods should be on your short list of books to read.
When Technocracy said that it rejects religion, it meant Biblical Christianity. However, it warmly embraces Eastern mysticism in all its forms. This podcast examines some of the dynamics between Silicon Valley techs, their troubled consciences over what they are unleashing, and how they are coping. In the end, these are the people who are actually wearing the tin-foil hats. This is one further reason why we must stop Technocracy before it achieves dominance over our nation.
Canadian researcher, author and conference speaker Carl Teichrib lends his expertise in explaining the important role being played by religion in the globalization process.