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Funnyman J P Sears is deadly serious about Schwab


J P SEARS has always made me laugh with his irreverence, his inimitable way of exposing hypocrisy and his wonderfully comedic presence. So it was with a smile on my face that I began watching what I thought was his latest parody on YouTube.  

Well it was and it wasn’t – but I can say it’s actually so serious as to be beyond anything I have seen from him before.  

It features Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum and the Great Reset. You begin by laughing at Schwab, the pantomime villain and his psyched-up Dr Strangelove-style sidekick who talks about hacking our bodies, until you realise that this is no joke, but all too terrifyingly real. 

Sears has some ‘real’ film material of them both in action in this ‘dissertation’ that is truly mindbending.  

These guys envision a world where God won’t be required … as Sears says, they are giving the game (the plan) away. Unless it is already happening. 

While the mainstream media pursue their hysterical and hollow war coverage, this fundamental threat to humanity appears to be passing them and most of the public by. You can see the video here. 

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngell
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