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Does ‘Build back better’ mean controlled demolition?


THE more frequently accidents happen, the less accidental they seem. The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore after a container ship struck a supporting pillar could have been the freak calamity reported on mainstream news. But the unlikelihood of the incident – an electrical failure followed by the ship somehow veering into the upright, and a black box that stopped recording just before it happened – raises doubts. I’m not endorsing any particular theory but it is reasonable to consider assertions that gain online momentum.  

Commentators Lara Logan and Alex Jones were quick to suggest a cyber attack, drawing predictable derision. Some sceptics suggested the Russians or Chinese as the culprits. But as we have seen over recent years, the powers-that-be in the USA have presided over a litany of infrastructural disasters, which cannot all be attributed to Xi or Putin. What is really going on?

The mantra to ‘build back better’ was uttered by every political leader during the covid debacle. This phrase related to the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ agenda, as described in a book by Klaus Schwab. We were told, emphatically, that we could not go back to the ‘old normal’. While the contrived climate crisis and pursuit of Net Zero was a gradually tightening ratchet, covid enabled a giant stride to be taken towards a global technocracy.

The massive explosion and toxic chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio, when a freight train went off the rails in February 2023, is just one of many accidents to have occurred in the US in a short period. A suspiciously high number of food processing and storage facilities across the country have been destroyed by fire, sometimes resulting from small aeroplane crashes (e.g. a General Mills plant in Georgia). This phenomenon drew the attention of Tucker Carlson on Fox News, at the time the most watched cable news show. Carlson suggested a deliberate effort to wreck the supply chain and to build a new synthetic food industry. 

Meanwhile American culture is also being destroyed. The Black Lives Matter frenzy in 2020 was a shrill expression of critical race theory, with riots causing serious damage to inner cities. In California, stealing from shops has been decriminalised, with the unsurprising result that many stores have closed down. Mass illegal migration over the southern border is no accident but a deliberate policy of the Washington administration, going far beyond the requirements of the UN Migration Pact.  Subversive gender ideology is imposed by every institution. Joe Biden’s message to the American people on the Easter holiday promoted ‘trans visibility day’ – a blasphemous act that could only be intended to provoke the Christian multitude. 

The stupendously indebted US economy is sure to implode in the near future, but nothing is being done to stop the runaway train.  This suggests as a contributory factor a decline in competence and intellect in the managerial levels of society, as promotion is awarded not necessarily for achievement but for ideological conformity. Institutionally, society is discriminating against critical thinking and common sense. This is a route to civilisational collapse. 

Sometimes the disasters appear too convenient for elite design. The strangely specific hurricane on the Hawaiian island of Maui in 2023 cleared the indigenous population from a harbour town earmarked for major commercial development. Several of the richest and most famous people in the world have homes on the island, including Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zuckerberg.

Last week the media reported on graffiti daubed on walls and billboards in Tenerife telling tourists to ‘go home’. Such hostility is at odds with the necessity of tourism to the island’s economy. Is this really organic activism, or is it contrived as a message in keeping with Net Zero demands to stop flying? 

The Baltimore event will wreak enormous damage on the local economy, but it is arguably more significant than that. The fallen bridge is at the eastern edge of the Mason-Dixon Line, which divides the northern and southern states. This is election year in the US, and the media are again warning of a country riven by political and cultural strife. The ‘deep state’ seems intent on infuriating and demoralising ordinary white people of traditional outlook. Potentially this could lead to another civil war, but as in the 1860s the south has the passion and the north has the power. The appalling injustice served to the protesters on Capitol Hill on January 6 2021 is like a red rag to a bull to ‘good ole boys’ of the flyover states, and however awesome the bull in its anger, it is destined for the abattoir.

Last August, country singer Oliver Anthony became an overnight sensation with his song Rich Men North of Richmond, in which he railed against the moneymen who live in luxury while the working class, reduced to zero hours contracts on minimum wage, scrape to put a meal on the table. The struggle will only get worse as the globalist cabal continues its controlled demolition of America.

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