THE last three and a half years has been pretty seismic by anybody’s standards. To those of us who are fully aware of what is afoot, there is no doubt that we are fighting a war against those who would impose their Great Reset upon the world. We are under attack on so many fronts it feels as if we are up against a perfect storm.
Society in general is beginning to strain at the edges and decent people are taking actions brought about by the increasing realisation that we are governed by those who not only do not care for us, but are actively conspiring to do us down at every opportunity. People are seen as nothing more than units of production, useless eaters or cash cows to be milked for all we are we worth.
Everywhere you look there are attacks on the norms which have previously bonded our collective lives together, be it health, work, freedom of speech, freedom of movement, gender identity, children’s education and welfare, neighbourliness and cohesive communities. There is an increasing lack of courtesy and consideration for others and a breakdown of trust between organisations and the population. And then there are the banks. These profit-centred, people-despising, usurious outfits fall over themselves to give us an umbrella when the sun shines and then demand it back when it’s raining, and are at the forefront of driving a cashless society as a key part of a digital control system. Their prime purpose is to keep us enslaved in debt so that we cannot function as free individuals. It is difficult to comprehend that many of these monstrous organisations once had Quaker origins.
The perpetrators of the Great Reset seek to keep us focused on trivia and deflection through their control of the media whilst they push through their changes before our eyes.
Battlegrounds are everywhere. From the moment we step out of our homes we are challenged by forces which make life difficult. Our health service seems to be designed to discourage us from using it and when we do it is obvious that we are seen not as valued and respected patients but as obstacles in the running of a monolithic monster focused on its own self-interests.
Motoring has become a pastime for the rich, with those who rely on it for work penalised at every turn. Not only is the cost of fuel ridiculously high, but insurance premiums are driven ever upwards in part by the insanity of the electric car push and the colossal associated costs, not to mention dangers. Nowhere is this more keenly felt than in the London area where the Mayor has taken it upon himself to extract as much money from drivers as he can with his detested ULEZ scheme.
The cost of heating one’s home is huge, especially affecting the elderly on limited incomes. With winter approaching, the decision to heat or eat will be at the forefront of many minds. It’s hard to believe that our island sits on a huge base of coal and is surrounded by oil while the madness continues to champion wind that rarely blows and sun that does not shine.
Those who choose to eat before heat, which they surely must do, are faced with yet another battleground – the cost of food. The last year or so has seen huge increases in prices, and this on the strained budgets of domestic incomes devalued with increasing general inflation. Supermarkets are trying desperately to replace people with technology and the presence of assistants is akin to spotting an honest politician in Parliament; find one if you’re lucky!
The soaring cost of food, the reduced policing in our society (unless you happen to voice a controversial opinion and then you might get arrested), the rarity of staff in supermarkets has produced what any normal person with anything resembling half a brain would have predicted: An alarming rise in shoplifting and increased abuse and attacks on staff. The figures are now staggering and whilst many desperate people are being driven to steal, this is being supplemented by criminals who are only too happy to take advantage of the easy pickings that de-staffed and un-policed supermarkets now provide.
The police do not want to be involved, so they leave the problem to lowly paid and hassled staff. Is it any wonder that many of them simply turn a blind eye to thefts for fear of putting themselves in danger? But there is a solution to this problem. At the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, Policing Minister Chris Philp urged members of the public to make citizen’s arrests if they spot shoplifters. There you have it, easy isn’t it? My reaction to this is unprintable – suffice to say that for a minister to come up with this is proof positive that we are governed by fools whose grasp on reality is tenuous at best, delusional at worst and who think that divide and rule will keep a lid on things.
The perfect storm is with us, but the good news is this: The more the globalists drive us into a life of hardship and penury and the more they make it difficult for us to survive, the more people will take it into their own hands to fight the injustices foisted upon them. They have gone too far in their Great Reset. The authorities are pushing so hard now that the people are beginning to realise that those who are elected to manage their welfare are acting against them. They are beginning to assert their sovereignty and challenge the legal right of government because they see that the rules of lawful behaviour have been changed by the government itself. When our freedom is curtailed and our lives are threatened, they may find they have opened a Pandora’s box that they will wish had stayed well and truly shut.
Perhaps out of all this we can indeed create a Great Reset, but one which will be a million miles from the one the globalists envisage.