Monopoly: The Driving Force & Overall Picture of “The Great Reset” [Updated 4/4/21 — Improved Quality Video]
by Willem Felderhof
April 1, 2021
Less than a handful of corporations control our lives today — from the breakfast that’s on the table in the morning, to the mattress we sleep on at night and everything we do, use or consume in between; everything contributes to the power of these corporations.
In this groundbreaking video, Tim Gielen shows you, using easily verifiable facts, how these corporations, or rather; their largest shareholders, are the main players in the play we are currently witnessing.
How are they the driving force behind “The Great Reset” of the World Economic Forum?
Translation by Willem Felderhof and subtitles/editing by Patrik Pecha.
Transcript provided by Willem Felderhof:
Dear fellow human beings, I think you might be aware by now that things are not in order with our current condition.
But I think also that the many bad argumented conspiracy theories have distanced you from as well the fear-porn producing mainstream media as from them who espouse the theories.
I still hope you will listen to this message.
While you spread this message, millions are falling into poverty because of government Covid regulations that are lasting now for more than one year.
And despite the fact that the greatest economic crisis in history that is unfolding right now has not hit you personally yet, it is a fact that the ripple effects will soon come to your doorsteps.
This is not fear-porn but the hard reality.
I think at the same time that we can limit the damage and even get better from it if we are well informed about our situation.
And that is why I want to show you some aspects, based on easily verifiable facts which I think are of essential importance, where we are now.
Less than a handful mega corporations is dominating our lives in every aspect. That might seem unlikely but from the breakfast that is on the table in the morning to the mattress on which we sleep during the night and everything what we wear, do or consume in between is for the greatest part dependent on these corporations.
It concerns in this matter about investment companies of immense size that control the great flow of money on earth. And they are the main characters of the theater play that we are witnessing today.
In order not to take up too much of your time, I have summarized the most important information as briefly as possible. How does it work? Let’s take as an example a company like PepsiCo. It is the parent company of many of the world’s best-selling soft drinks and snacks. There seem to be many different competing brands but they all come from the factories of a number of corporations that together have a monopoly on the industry. Within the packaged food industry there are a number of other large corporations such as Unilever, the Coca Cola company, Mondelez and Nestlé. In the picture you can see how almost every known brand in packaged food industry belongs to one of these corporations.
You can easily verify this kind of information on the websites of the respective brands or even on Wikipedia. Companies of this size are usually listed on the stock exchange and have a board of directors where the largest shareholders call the shots.
On sources like Yahoo finance we can view detailed company information including who the largest shareholders of these companies are.
Let’s take PepsiCo again as an example. We see that 72.82% of the shares are held by no less than 3155 institutional investors. These include investment companies, mutual funds , insurance companies, banks and in some cases governments.
Let’s see who the biggest institutional investors of Pepsico are. As you can see, just 10 of the 3155 investors already account for almost a third of all shares. The combined share capital of these top ten is about $59 billion.
But of those ten investors, there are three who collectively hold more shares than the other seven. Let’s remember their names and let’s see who owns the most shares at the Coca Cola company, Pepsi’s major competitor.
We see that, as with PepsiCo, most of the shares are owned by institutional investors. Let’s look at the top ten and start with the last six of them. Four of these six institutional investors we also saw in the last six of Pepsico. These are Northern Trust, JP Morgan Chase, Geode Capital management, and Wellington Management.
Now let’s look at the four largest shareholders. Three of these we also saw in the top four of PepsiCo. They are Blackrock, Vanguard, State Street and there is another one, Berkshire Hathaway.
These are the four largest investment companies on earth. PepsiCo and Coca Cola, as we see, are anything but competitors. But also the other big companies that in turn own many brands such as Unilever, Mondelez and Nestlé belong to the same small group of institutional investors. And not only in the packaged food industry do you come across their names. For example, let’s look up on Wikipedia what the largest companies are within the technology industry. Facebook owns among others Whatsapp and Instagram. Together with Twitter, they form the most popular social media platforms in the world. Alphabet is the parent company of all Google businesses including YouTube and Gmail. But they are also the biggest sponsors and developers of Android, one of the two operating systems that almost all the world’s smartphones and tablets run on. The other operating system is Apple’s IOS.
Finally, if we add Microsoft to the other three we see that four companies produce the software that almost all of the world’s computers, tablets and smartphones depend on.
Let’s see who owns the most shares of these powerful companies. If we take Facebook we see that 80% of the shares are owned by institutional investors and it is these same names that we also encountered in the food industry. Again, the same investors are at the top. Then Twitter which with Facebook and Instagram makes up the top 3. Amazingly, we see that the company is also owned by the same investors.
We see them back at Apple but even at its biggest competitor Microsoft.
Even when we look at all the other companies that dominate the technology industry and develop and build our computers, TVs, smartphones and home appliances, we come across the same big investors time and time again, who together own the majority of the shares.
We see this within all industries in the world. And to show you that I am not exaggerating I will give you one more example. Let’s say we want to plan a vacation. We look on our computer or smartphone and search for a cheap flight to the sun through websites like Skyscanner and Expedia which are both owned by this same group of institutional investors. We fly with one of the many airlines whose majority of shares are often owned by the same investors and by governments as in the case of Air France-KLM. The aircraft we fly is in most cases a Boeing or Airbus. Again, we see the same names. We search for a hotel or apartment through Booking.com or AirBnB and once we arrive at our destination we go out to eat and write a comment on Tripadvisor. The same big investors are at the heart of every aspect of our journey. And their power goes much further. For even the kerosene the plane flies on comes from one of their oil companies and refineries. Just as the aluminum the plane is built from comes from one of their many mining companies. Indeed, this small club of investment companies, banks and mutual funds are also the largest shareholders in the primary industries from which our raw materials come.
If we look on Wikipedia for the largest mining company in the world we see that their shareholders are the same institutional investors we see everywhere. The same goes for the largest agricultural companies in the world that our entire food industry depends on.
They own Bayer, the parent company of Monsanto which is the largest seed producer in the world producing, among other things, 90% of all the cotton seed on earth. But these institutional investors are also the shareholders of the largest textile producers in the world. And even the countless popular clothing brands that process the cotton into the clothes we wear are owned by the same group of investors. Whether we take the world’s largest solar panel producers or the largest oil refineries, the shares are owned by the same companies.
They own the tobacco companies that together produce all the world’s popular tobacco brands. But they also own all the major companies in the Pharma industry including the scientific institutes that produce the drugs.
They own the companies that produce our metals and raw materials and the entire automobile, aircraft and weapon industries where a large portion of those raw materials and metals are processed.
They own the companies that build our electronics. They own the major department stores and online marketplaces. And even the payment methods we use to pay for their products.
Because I want to keep my story as short as possible, I decided to show only the tip of the iceberg. If you decide to investigate for yourself using the sources you have just seen you will discover that many of the largest and well-known insurance companies, banks, construction companies, telephone companies, restaurant chains and cosmetics brands are also owned by the same institutional investors we have just seen.
These institutional investors, as I told you earlier, are mainly investment companies, banks and insurance companies and they in turn are also owned by shareholders. Now what is the most amazing thing? All these institutional investors own each other’s shares and together they form an immense network that we can compare to a pyramid. The smaller institutional investors are owned by larger investors who in turn are owned by even larger investors. The visible top of this pyramid consists of just two companies. And we’ve seen their names go by many times by now. They are Vanguard and BlackRock. The power of these two companies is something we can hardly imagine. Not only are they among the largest institutional investors of almost every major company on earth. They also own the other institutional investors of those companies giving them a complete monopoly. According to a report by Bloomberg, one of the world’s most respected institutions in the field of financial data and analysis, experts expect that by 2028 the two companies will collectively manage about 20 thousand billion dollars in investments, owning almost everything on earth. The same Bloomberg also calls BlackRock the fourth arm of the government because it is the only non-government body to have a close working relationship with the federal banks, also known as the central banks.
BlackRock not only lends money to the federal bank but is also its chief advisor and the developer of the computer system that federal banks use. Dozens of BlackRock employees held senior positions in the White House during the Bush and Obama administrations.
CEO Larry Fink is a frequent guest of many heads of state and politicians, and understandably so. He is the face of the company pulling the strings. Yet Larry Fink does not pull those strings himself. In fact, BlackRock itself is owned by shareholders. And when we look at who those shareholders are we come to a strange conclusion. We see that BlackRock largest shareholder is Vanguard. And this is where it gets murky. In fact, Vanguard itself is a private company whose shareholders we cannot see. The elite who own Vanguard apparently don’t want to advertise the fact that they are the owners of the most powerful company on earth.
But of course, this is no secret to those who look into it. Reports from Oxfam and Bloomberg show that 1% of the world’s population collectively owns more money than the other 99%. In fact, Oxfam claims that a whopping 82% of all money earned in 2017 went to this 1%. It goes without saying that those who own the most powerful company on earth are among the very richest within this 1%. Better said to the 0.001%, or one thousandth of a percent. Forbes, the world’s most famous business magazine, claims that in March 2020 there were about 2095 of them, and Oxfam’s report shows that two-thirds of all these billionaires are through inheritances and monopolies. So this means that Vanguard is owned by one of the very richest families on earth. And when we look at their history we discover that these families have always been at the top of the pyramid. Some even way before the industrial revolution began. Because their history is so interesting and extensive, I want to do a follow-up on this. But in order not to digress too far I’ll stick with the fact that these families, many of whom belong to royal bloodlines, are the founders of our banking system and of every industry in the world. These families have never lost their power although they have had to hide behind investment companies like Vanguard due to the increasing world population whose largest shareholders are the private funds and non-profit organizations of these families. To make the big picture understandable, I must briefly say something about these kinds of non-profit organizations. They also appear to be the link that connects the business world with politics and the media so that the conflict of interest is not too obvious at first sight. Non-profits, also called foundations, are organizations that depend on donations and do not have to publish from whom they receive the donations. They can invest money in whatever they want and in principle do not have to pay profit taxes as long as the profits are reinvested in other projects they are involved in. Nonprofits can pump around hundreds of billions from invisible investors in this way. And according to a report by the Australian government, this makes nonprofit organizations also the ideal way to finance terrorist organizations and launder large sums of money.
The foundations and funds of the families highest in the hierarchy of the 1% stay in the background as much as possible. However, for cases that receive a lot of publicity and attention, the foundations of philanthropic families that are lower in the hierarchy but also extremely wealthy are used. In order not to digress too much I will show of these last three most important foundations in the world that connect all industries in the world. They are the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, the Open Society Foundation of the controversial multimillionaire George Soros and the Clinton Foundation. A very brief introduction to give you an idea of the size of these types of foundations. According to the official website of the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Gates Foundation is the largest funder of the World Health Organization after Donald Trump stopped USA funding to the WHO in 2020. This makes the Gates Foundation one of the most influential organizations in the world on everything related to our health. In doing so, the Gates foundation has a close working relationship with the 16 largest pharmaceutical companies in the world including Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, BioNTech and Bayer and we have just seen who owns the most shares in these companies. Bill Gates was anything but a poor computer nerd who made it to one of the richest people in the world but comes from a philanthropic family who like him worked for the absolute elite. Bill is the founder of Microsoft which as we saw is from BlackRock, Vanguard and Berkshire Hathaway. But at the same time, after BlackRock and Vanguard, the Gates foundation is the largest shareholder in that same Berkshire Hathaway where he was even on the board for a while. We would spend hours if we dwelt on everything the Gates foundation the Open Society foundation of George Soros, and the Clinton foundation are involved in. But since they are an important bridge to the next topic and to current events, this brief introduction was important.
I think we should start the following topic with a question. A random person like me with no experience in video editing using an old laptop can objectively portray that only two companies have a total monopoly over all industries in the world. So my question is, why don’t you hear about this in the media? We have countless reports, documentaries and television programs to choose from every day. And yet not one of them is about this topic. Is it not interesting enough or are there other interests at play? Once again, we get the answer from Wikipedia. According to them, approximately 90% of international media is owned by 9 media conglomerates. Whether we take the streaming monopolists Netflix and Amazon prime or mega corporations that in turn have many subsidiaries such as Time Warner, the Walt Disney company, Comcast, Fox corporation, Bertelsmann, and Viacom CBS, we see that the same names own the shares.
These corporations not only make the many different programs, movies and documentaries but also own the channels on which they are broadcast. So besides our industry, our entire information flow is in the hands of the same elite and I want to show you briefly how this works in the Netherlands. To begin with, the entire Dutch mainstream media is owned by three mega corporations. The first is the Persgroep which is the parent company of, among others, the following brands. Besides many of the most famous newspapers and magazines, they also own Sanoma Media Netherlands, the parent company of SBS, Net5 and Veronica. Also many foreign outlets like the Belgian VTM channels are owned by de Persgroep. The second is Mediahuis, one of Europe’s largest media concerns. In the Netherlands alone, Mediahuis owns the following brands.
Until 2017, Skyradio, radio Veronica, radio 538, and radio 10 also belonged to Mediahuis. And also the well-known website GeenStijl belonged to Mediahuis until 2018. Finally, we have Bertelsman, one of the largest media conglomerates in the world as we saw earlier. This company owns, among others, RTL. This company owns 45 television and 32 radio stations in 11 countries including all Dutch RTL stations. Bertelsman is founder of BMG music , Bol.com and numerous other companies and organizations but also Bertelsman largely owns the world’s largest book publisher Penguin Random House. In 2019 Bertelsman had a turnover of 18 billion euros. The shares of these companies are owned by the private funds of three extremely wealthy families who are among the top 1% we just talked about. They are the Belgian van Thillo family, the Belgian Leysen family, and the German Bertelsmann-Mohn family.
All three of these families have a well-known war record and collaborated with the Nazis in World War II. For this reason, the Telegraph, which already belonged to the Leysen family at the time, was banned in the Netherlands for a while after the war.
Now, to complete the picture, let’s look at where the news comes from that all these media outlets feed us daily. The various news media do not produce the news themselves but use the visual material of press agencies such as the ANP and Reuters. These organizations are anything but independent. For example, the ANP is owned by John de Mol’s Talpa and Thomson Reuters is owned by the powerful Canadian Thomson family. The main journalists and editors who work for these media or news agencies are affiliated with important journalistic organizations such as the European Centre for Journalism. These are eéń of the largest funders of media projects throughout Europe. They train journalists, produce study materials, give away many internships at ANP and others and work closely with the world’s largest organizations such as Google and Facebook. For journalistic analysis and opinions, all major media in the world use Project Syndicate, the most powerful organization within its field.
They supply the 500 major media outlets in 150 countries. Project Syndicate and organizations like the European Centre for Journalism, together with the news agencies, are the connecting link between all media outlets in the world. When news readers read the news from teleprompters, there is a good chance that the text comes from one of these organizations. As a result, the global media seems to be synchronized in its reporting.
The European Center for Journalism, in partnership with Facebook, will launch a multi-million dollar fund in September 2020 to support their selected news organizations during the Corona era. So let’s take a look at who funds the organizations that work with the news agencies to produce our news. At Project Syndicate we see the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Open Society Foundation, and the European Center for Journalism. Then European Center for Journalism itself. Here again we see the Gates Foundation and the Open Society Foundation and also they receive the big donations from Facebook, Google, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The organizations that form the basis of our information flow are financed by non-profit organizations of the same elite that also controls the entire media. But, as we have seen, part of our tax money also goes to these organizations. In Belgium, it is a regular source of controversy that billion dollar corporations such as Mediahuis and De Persgroep receive hundreds of millions in subsidies from the Belgian government, while many of their media outlets are located abroad.
To close this chapter on media, let’s take a look at our own public broadcaster which uses the same news sources as the commercial media and receives about a billion euros a year in subsidies. Indeed, the criticism that public broadcasting is a mouthpiece of the government which, in turn, is a mouthpiece of the world’s big corporations does not come out of the blue. The chairman of the supervisory board of the NPO is Tjibbe Joustra. He wrote the election program for the VVD. Former VVD leader Ed Nijpels was the boss of Avro-Tros until 2019. VVD alderman Eric van den Burg is chairman of NTR. Former VVD party chairman Bas Eenhorn is chairman of WNL.
PvdA member and former state secretary is responsible for the distribution of subsidies to NPO and became a member of the board there. Former PvdA chairman Ruud Koole sits on the supervisory board of VARA broadcasting. CDA politician Paul Rüpp is chairman of the supervisory board of KRO-NCRV broadcasting. The partner of D66 minister Ollongren, Irene van den Brekel, is the chief editor of current affairs column Lubach. And former newsreader Pia Dijkstra is now a member of parliament for D66.
Quote: Four hostile newspapers are more dangerous than thousand bajonets- Napoleon Bonaparte
Okay, this was a lot of information to digest and believe me, I summarized it in as few words as possible and used only those examples I felt necessary to paint a picture of the overall picture which helps us to better understand the current situation. It is an all-encompassing subject that can change our view of many historical events. But my goal is to inform you of the danger we are currently in. There will be plenty of time to delve into the past so let’s talk about current events for now. The elite that, as we have seen, controls every aspect of our lives down to the information we receive depends on unimaginably well-coordinated collaboration to connect all the different industries and make them work in its best interest.
This happens, among other things, at the World Economic Forum, one of the most important organizations in the world. At its annual meeting in Davos, the CEOs of the largest organizations meet with heads of state, politicians and other influential persons and organizations such as Unicef and Greenpeace. The WEF Supervisory Board includes former Vice-President Al Gore, our own Minister Sigrid Kaag, Feike Sijbesma who is the Chairman of the Royal DSM and member of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch bank, and Christine Lagarde, the President of the European Central Bank. The son of our Minister of Justice Fred Grapperhaus also works for the WEF.
According to Wikipedia, membership in the organization is about 35,000 euros per year. But more than half of the budget comes from its partners who thus pay for membership for politicians who cannot afford their own participation costs. Wikipedia also reports the following; according to critics, the WEF is a business forum where the richest companies can negotiate deals with other companies or with politicians. The goal of the WEF for many of the participants would be personal gain rather than solving world social problems. I don’t want to make any assumptions but would there be so many world problems at all if the major industry leaders, bankers and politicians have been meeting annually since 1971 to solve our world problems.
Isn’t it illogical that for 50 years the world’s leading environmental organizations have been meeting with the CEOs of the heaviest polluting corporations on earth while in the meantime our natural environment is getting worse and worse? That these critics are right quickly becomes clear when we look at who the key partners are that together account for more than half of the WEF’s budget. These are BlackRock, the Open Society Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation and many other large companies in which Vanguard and BlackRock hold shares directly or indirectly. The president and founder of the WEF is Klaus Schwab, a Swiss professor and businessman. In his book “The Great Reset” he describes in detail the plans of his organization. According to him, the Corona virus is the perfect opportunity to literally reset our society in every aspect. He calls this “Building Back Better” and this slogan appears to have become the motto of all globalist minded politicians and heads of state in the world.
Our old society, according to Schwab, must be exchanged for a new one in which countries surrender their sovereignty to an all-encompassing world government in which people own nothing but work for the state in exchange for a home, health care and all their other basic needs. All this is necessary, according to the WEF, because our modern consumer society, which the elite themselves have imposed on us, is no longer sustainable.
Schwab rules out in his book that we will ever return to the old normal. The WEF published not long ago a video that should make it clear to us that in 2030 we will own nothing but be happy. Probably we can talk about the New World Order. The media would like us to believe that this is a subject for conspiracy theorists. Although it has been talked about for generations by presidents like George Bush Sr, Bill Clinton and Nelson Mandela. But also by the world’s greatest philanthropists such as Cecil Rhodes, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger and by George Soros. These important figures who, apart from Mandela were among the top elite when they were alive, are not the only ones dreaming of an all-powerful world government.
In 2015, the UN presented its controversial Agenda 2030 that is almost identical to Klaus Schwab’s Great Reset. In its own words, by 2030 the UN wanted to ensure that poverty, hunger and disease were no longer prevalent on earth. It sounds like a sympathetic plan until you read the fine print. Namely, the idea is that Agenda 2030 will be paid for by us, the citizens. And just as we are currently being demanded to surrender our basic freedoms for the sake of public health, we will be demanded to give up our wealth for the sake of fighting poverty and climate change. These are not conspiracy theories. You can read this for yourself on the official website. In summary, the UN wants to distribute the tax money from Western countries to the elite mega-corporations. These mega corporations will be contracted to recreate the entire society. A completely new infrastructure is needed worldwide because, according to the UN, fossil fuels must be a thing of the past by 2030. For this immense project, according to the UN, a world government is needed and the UN itself is taking on this task. Like Schwab, the UN also believes that a pandemic is an excellent opportunity to accelerate the implementation of Agenda 2030. It is worrying that the WEF and the UN openly admit that they see pandemics and other disasters as a godsend to reshape society. Especially since we have seen that the elite have all the tools at their disposal to make us believe that there is a pandemic and even to create one.
So we should certainly not take this kind of thing lightly and examine it critically. And when we do, we come across things that are even more worrying. On Friday, October 18, 2019, months before the pandemic was declared, a meeting was held at the Pierre Hotel in New York for a select group of about 130 very important guests including politicians and the world’s most respected medics and pharmacists. The purpose of the meeting was to simulate the possible scenarios in the event of a global pandemic. This could be a coincidence I hear you think. However, for this simulation a Coronavirus was used as an example. The simulation covered in detail how the corona virus would develop and how it could only be brought under control through the intensive cooperation of the entire industries and government bodies. Once again, a new world order to save us from destruction. Does it surprise you when I tell you that this meeting, called Event 201, was organized by none other than the World Economic Forum, the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation and the John Hopkins Institute. This is not a conspiracy theory, check out the official page of Event 201 for yourself. Perhaps it will not surprise you at this point that the Robert Koch Institute which is closely tied to the Gates-funded WHO with like every national health institute in the world created a similar simulation in 2012. As with Event 201, this situation assumed a Corona virus.
This simulation assumed that a Corona virus would spread from animal to human in a South East Asian food market. How coincidental isn’t it? In this simulation, it takes several weeks for Chinese authorities to discover the virus, allowing it to spread worldwide in the meantime. A simulation is made to implement consecutive three-year lockdowns while economies are destroyed but also the impact on society is simulated. Even the popular uprisings. I won’t tire you with the details. In fact, you can download this analysis yourself from the German government’s website. The last thing I want to show you is an excerpt from a lecture that top Belgian virologist Marc van Ranst gave at Chatham House on January 22, 2019. An important non-profit organization in London where also the most important persons on earth come together to discuss world issues. Winners of the Chatham Prize include Hillary Clinton, Melinda Gates and John Kerry.
During van Ranst’s lecture, our own Ab Osterhaus sits on stage and what is discussed is simply shocking. Van Ranst explains how he fooled the Belgian population during the swine flu outbreak by using scaremongering, mortality figures taken out of context and media manipulation. He laughingly explains how he managed to force the swine flu vaccine produced by the pharmaceutical companies he worked for onto the frightened Belgian population.
The Chatham organization is also funded by all the major elite corporations and the Gates Foundation, among others. We could talk for hours about the Corona virus which has a survival rate of 99.8%. And about the incomprehensible measures that are destroying our society, making millions of entrepreneurs breadless, leaving countless elderly people to die in solitude in nursing homes isolated from their families. But I think we have looked at enough facts to put the global Covid measures in a more understandable context as seen from the perspective of the elite.
This extremely wealthy elite who collectively own tens of thousands of billions has no problem with more than 40% of the world’s population living on less than $5 a day. Or that millions of children die from the drinking water they pollute, or from malnutrition.
Or die by its bullets and bombs. They just want to get richer and more powerful. The elite have no intention of sharing their wealth with us. In fact, they are honest about their plans to take away even that last bit that is ours. And the plans are being rolled out as I tell you this.
The underlying motives of this elite I want to discuss as I said in a follow-up episode because to do so we need to delve into history which is beyond modern rational thought. But until then you may be satisfied with the logic that a new world order or an all encompassing world government is the only way for a small group of elites to maintain power over an ever increasing world population. Corporations like Vanguard and BlackRock do not benefit from national borders, import taxes and true diversity.
It is only through fear and media manipulation that it can keep us in its grip, and I deliberately do not defer to the inhumane blackmail methods by which the elite keeps its own key pawns in line. Because if this topic has piqued your interest you will no doubt find out. The elite have no intention of curing us of the myriad diseases we contract from the food they produce and the environmental pollution they cause. After all, if we didn’t get sick the entire pharmaceutical industry would collapse.
Nothing sells like fear is the motto of top virologists like Marc van Ranst. You will be amazed, as I am, when you discover that we have been warned countless times about this elite.
With this video I hope to reach out to you to reduce the ever-growing distance between us . Only when we are divided can the elite maintain its power over us. The greatest fear of this elite is that we will come to see what is really going on on earth. And the only way the elite can quell that is through censorship. The severing of human contact, the non-stop framing of political opponents and dissenters.
And the use of brute force.
The elite’s plans are clear and so is the ruthless way it wants to accomplish them.
If we let it go now a new society will be built on the ashes of our old one. A new society in which we will own nothing, not even our own homes. The elite wants to make sure between now and 2030 that everything you own now is hers. This will require an all-destroying economic crisis. First to be attacked is the middle class, the backbone of society. Business owners will be forced into sky-high debt that will eventually cause them to lose their assets.
Then things will move fast, banks will fall, cash will disappear and the only way not to starve to death will be to accept government aid with the necessary conditions. For example, the vaccination passport and the surrender of property.
Because the entrepreneurs are the first to fall and many others do not yet feel the crisis in their wallets, they will divide the people until it is too late.
This is not a doomsday scenario dreamt up by me. This is simply the Great Reset, the new world order that has been prepared for generations. Which has been extensively tested in every communist dictatorship in the world. But it can also go in another direction. Instead of the Great Reset, we can together cause a great awakening on earth and create a world where no one has to go hungry and where we can live together in freedom with nature in a sustainable way.
This is not idealistic daydreaming. There have always been opposing forces that have been able to break through the power of the elite, it is just that until recently our means of communication were insufficient to cause a mass awakening. The elite has always wanted to keep us in ignorance of the discoveries of geniuses like Tesla who was far advanced in the field of clean and free energy. Or Doctor Reich who, like Tesla, used radio waves and cured at least 16 terminal cancer patients before he, like Tesla, was killed in a suspicious manner.
Or Henry Ford who, in 1941, produced a car made of bio-plastic that proved stronger than steel. The elite have withheld countless such techniques from us because it threatens their monopoly in every industry. They were techniques that gave us freedom and endangered the elite’s power that is based on our fear and dependence on their products.
These are not conspiracy theories but facts. What I am saying is that a world of new possibilities is opening up for all of us where there need not be poverty, pollution, disease and wars. And where government works for the good of the people instead of the other way around. Countless ailments that now earn the pharmaceutical industry hundreds of billions of dollars will be cured. No one will have to work their ass off to have a dignified existence. People will no longer have to live in fear because of the lies of the media, Big Pharma, the climate lobby and politics. It is all in the offing, but we have to bite through the bullet and recognize what the real problem of our society is. I want to thank you for listening to me and hope one day to be able to freely think back to this unique moment in our history. It will be a difficult journey but we undertake it together and will help each other get up when we fall. We will not be afraid, we are the 99%.