'The thing that I talk about most is technocracy right now, because
I believe that is and has been the major thread of history leading
up to where we are today.
And I do believe, starting with this great
panic of 2020, that I call it, not just "the pandemic" but "the great
panic of 2020".
We have essentially a
technocrat coup d'etat this happened. Not just
in our country. It's the whole world.
And the seriousness of this whole thing is just so immense that it's
hard to get your head wrapped around it.
And I'm sure some people
are going to be watching this thinking:
What are they talking about?
this possibly be?
But the whole world right now is laboring under the same issues that
we are laboring in our country.
That is the great panic of 2020.
aside from the physical virus part of it - we can just kind of put
that aside for a bit - the reaction to it and the control mechanisms
that have been set in play since then, indicates to me that the
technocrats who were pushing technocracy globally have finally
succeeded in springing the trap on the entire planet.
And in the process they've shut down the entire economic global
economic system. And we'll talk about that a little bit. This is so
big, it is hard to get your head wrapped around it.
And I sometimes
assume that people know more than what they do because I've been
studying this for so long, looking at it for so long. It just seems
natural to me.
So I really want people to understand this and get a
get a grasp of what's going on globally. Because it does affect us.
And I can assure you from emails I get from around the world, people
in other countries are looking to America again to save the world.
God help us.
It's not going to be our government that does it.
It's the America citizens like you and me. Somehow we have to come
up with something that's going to throw a monkey wrench in this whole
thing. And reject
technocracy again once and for all.
rejected back in last century in the 40s, and late 30s and
40s. We need to reject it again. And knock it back into the
last century and leave it there permanently.'