THE key strategic priority of the global political, corporate and criminal interests which have driven the so-called pandemic from its point of inception has been to prevent opposition from coalescing into the indestructible body that constitutes the force of the people.
To this end, utilising their control of the media and their blackmail and bribery networks of corrupt politicians and scientists, the last 20 months have witnessed the intensification of an array of psychological and economic warfare techniques.
These were designed to terrify and polarise the public, destroy or co-opt autonomous institutions, defame and marginalise individuals of genuine virtue and merit, and impoverish independent business owners and the working class.
This strategy is now on verge of collapse. With the mobilisation in Canada of half a million truckers inspiring hundreds of millions worldwide, the people are now on the march and Davos and its mercenaries in retreat.
The strength of the people is fundamentally morale: It corresponds to the force of a break with ideological principles and narrowly partisan claims in the cause of universality calling to free humanity everywhere.
The predictable condemnation of a movement led by workers and farmers by the spokesmen of a deranged and corrupted contemporary Left only underscores the extent to which this body now stands for crude sub-political and psychological interests, against the rights and dignity of Man.
The cause of the people is justice and freedom, against a mob-like political and corporate regime which has become a force of injustice and crime.
Like their opponents, the individuals who compose the people come from every class, and every background. But whereas the party of Davos and their puppets and mercenaries are united by fear and greed, the force of the people is united by their resolve and their courage. Let no one be fooled: This is the elite of democracy.
The people cannot be destroyed, but only temporarily scattered: Their re-emergence today obeys cyclical historical laws. As official authority degenerates into tyranny, a popular movement of justice reconstitutes to reassert legitimate sovereignty.
Ultimately, a political system based on violence and lies, with no positive vision of a meaningful ethical life, cannot be sustained indefinitely. Our system, which showers honours and riches on the most amoral and cynical individuals on the planet, is now about to discover its mortality.
Contemporary global developments echo those at the end of the Eighties as the Soviet Empire crumbled. In Poland, Romania, Hungary and East Germany – and ultimately in Russia itself – leaders of exceptional courage and virtue emerged to lead by example. This process is now happening again.
Like East Germany on the eve of its downfall in the Eighties, the current Canadian regime is defined by an extreme blend of arrogance, corruption, and narcissism in direct opposition to the dignity of its people. This reality is exemplified by Justin Trudeau, a pathological liar and delusional mediocrity who fled Ottawa and went into hiding as the truckers entered the capital.
Current rumours are now suggesting that Trudeau or his masters are preparing to violently crack down on the protest, just as the East German leadership prepared to suppress the protests which ultimately swept it from power, before realising with horror that its security forces could not be relied upon to respond to its orders.
Trudeau may soon face a similar realisation. Already one member of his personal security detail, the extraordinary Corporal Bulford who resigned at the end of January from his position of personal security of Trudeau in disgust at his actions, and is now supporting the truckers and protesters. Further defections will follow.
Who would risk his life for Justin Trudeau? There is no man on his side with the bravery and resolve of Artur Pawlowski, the Polish-born pastor who represents only the most recent hero to emerge from his great nation.
But the man who Pawlowski resembles most is Laszlo Tokes, the pastor from the city of Timisoara whose outspoken criticism of the Romanian regime in the late Eighties ultimately catalysed its downfall.
Justin Trudeau in this scenario is Nicolae Ceausescu. Nobody would mourn him if he met the same fate.