by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World
Club of Rome was founded in 1968 to deliberately push the global
climate terrorism agenda in order to usher in the eventual planetary
Today, the WEF and UN and their various assets are the public faces
of this PSYOP-CLIMATE-CHANGE scam.
One of the founders and thought leaders of the Club of Rome was
sociopathic enough to agree to an interview where he admits their
eugenics agenda in plain sight:
A "special" and "peaceful" way to
depopulate, indeed, in other
through slow kill bioweapon injections, food and
environmental induced sickness, stress, energy depletion,
hyperinflation, starvation, selective radioactive eradication, etc.
Dennis Meadows is the extension of
the Fabian Society cult.
He is a
Neo-Marxist and Neo-Malthusian technocrat.
His partners in crime
foundations, the intelligence agencies and the illegitimate and
criminal governments that execute their agendas on those they
pretend to represent...
If history teaches us one lesson it is that evil always loses in the
Freedom, morality and
enlightened interdependence always triumphs... that is, until the next
wave of evil gathers again.
Great Reset will fail.
CBDCs will fail.
The various Psyops will fail, and mass induced fear will no
longer work on increasingly awakening populations.
There will be no
Fourth Industrial Revolution; the 4th Turning will
make sure of that.
But life will get worse before it gets better.
Klaus Schwab and his
in-house jargon generators came up with their "you'll own
nothing and you'll be happy" quote they were simply ripping off
Brave New World and its perma-high on soma techno-communist
Fabian Society futurism, to wit:
But Henry's tone was almost, for a moment, melancholy.
"Do you know what
that switchback was?" he said.
"It was some
human being finally and definitely disappearing. Going up in
a squirt of hot gas. It would be curious to know who it was
- a man or a woman, an Alpha or an Epsilon..."
Then, in a resolutely
concluded, "there's one thing we can be certain of; whoever
he may have been, he was happy when he was alive.