Why Every Crisis Leads to Permanent Change

“You never want a seriuos crisis to go to waste.”

Rahm Emanuel, former President Obama’s first chief of staff

Whenever major crises occur, be they natural or man-made disasters, shockwaves go through the world’s population. People lose their lives, infrastructure is destroyed, the population is in shock at the images broadcast by the mainstream media. Officially, this is called journalism today; unofficially, it is more like targeted manipulation of the public.

With every crisis, the wheels continue to turn in the background, and the elites use this moment to introduce regulations that advance their agenda. This is known as the ” the shock doctrine.” Naomi Klein’s book “The Shock Doctrine” has publicized this method of the elites and describes how the elites exploit crises to push through their secret agendas.

Make no mistake, the elites know very well that their plans will not be widely accepted by the world’s population, so they are being introduced in bits and pieces and in the shadow of major negative events to divert attention to other issues.

“Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

“The Art of War”, by Sun Tzu military general of the then Wu nation (514-496 BC) today China

Political implementations such as the U.S. Patriot Act, introduced after 9/11, which is now used for state surveillance of political opponents, are plans that have been developed over many years. They are just waiting for the right time to be implemented. James Rickards described this in his book “The Road to Ruin”.

Much like the declarations by political elites during the current pandemic that it was time to transform the global economy, President Biden’s “Build Back Better” plans or the pandemic legislation currently being put forward by the WHO are just another agendas to be pushed. One of the most famous agendas that have currently gained a lot of attention and great opposition was the 2030 Agenda, which promises happiness without any ownership. This agenda, too, was planned long in advance and pushed forward piece by piece with great patience. Today, we see political leaders emerging from the forge of this agenda without anyone noticing. These so-called young leaders are now spread across the governments of the world.

So when the next crisis comes, like the current Ukraine crisis, pay attention to what’s happening in the background. That’s where the biggest changes usually take place.

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