The grand plan?
This is an interesting site
Stop World Control by David Sorensen
I pull out one video as an example: MONOPOLY – Who owns the world?
I am increasingly convinced that @cmartenson’s initial hypothesis is right: this whole mess is about peak oil and energy.
I grew up in Morocco and currently work on a USAID project in Niger aimed at addressing potential instability. On the surface, both countries look to be facing very different issues. Tensions between Morocco and Algeria are escalating allegedly over control of the western Sahara. Niger is allegedly dealing with extremist violence.
I find it rather telling, however, that the conflict over the Sahara, which has been simmering rather peaceably my entire 44 years of life, suddenly threatens to turn into an all out war shortly after Algeria decided to stop selling Morocco and the Europeans its oil and natural gas. Morocco also just happens to have been stockpiling armaments with the support of several western nations including the US and allowed the US to setup military bases across its territory (during the covid lockdowns in 2020). Morocco also announced that it was reinstating mandatory military service effective January 2022 and setting up weapons factories… The western media has already started to describe Algeria’s attacks on Morocco as baseless. In my opinion, that’s a likely prelude to justifying military intervention in Algeria and taking control of the oil fields and gas pipeline.
In Niger, my first clue that something was off were the dramatic changes that had occured in my 11 months absence (October 2019 to September 2020). Niamey, Niger’s capital city, went from a sleepy village development forgot with not a single half decent hotel, a grand total of two restaurants, and hardly a couple dozen expatriates to a bustling city with three five star hotels, dozens of restaurants and countless foreigners including troops from 5 different foreign armies. The USAID budget for Niger also suddenly went from almost $20 million a year to $200 million/year. The chinese, the indians, and key european nations have also dramatically increased their investments in the country. Despite the very large investments, the local population still hardly has enough for food. Yet, the country is witnessing a growing number of attacks by well armed militias – supposedly VEOs – with hundreds of civilians killed senselessly on a daily basis. Interestingly, in a pattern very reminiscent of Mali a few years ago, the violence is being used to justify the presence of ever larger numbers of US, French, German and Italian troops in the country’s capital that has not – along with the uranium mines – been touched by the violence.
After watching the 2009 documentary “Collapse”, I am convinced that both issues are proxy conflicts aiming at gaining control of energy sources. Oil in Algeria and uranium in Niger. Indeed, we all know that the governments of the world have known about peak oil for a long time and have been acting accordingly. How does this relate to the covid19 crisis? Well, it’s well known by now that Africa has not been affected by covid19 to the same extent as Western nations and that there has been very little effort to vaccinate africans. If you wanted to monopolize the remaining energy resources, it would make sense to eliminate those who consume the most first – people in western nations – while using any means available to take control of energy sources (oil and uranium). As far as I can tell, both are being justified with “protection” arguments. They’re using a bioweapon (covid19 vax) to eliminate a lot of westerners under the pretense that it’s meant to protect us. It’s easy enough to justify the use of conventional weaponry in African nations to fight violent extremists or rogue nations attacking civilians in order to monopolize their energy resources…
“Collapse” Documentary (2009):
CJ Hopkins nails it in another great, cogent article.
A few excerpts:
…The point is, New Normal totalitarianism — and any global-capitalist form of totalitarianism — cannot display itself as totalitarianism, or even authoritarianism. It cannot acknowledge its political nature. In order to exist, it must not exist. Above all, it must erase its violence (the violence that all politics ultimately comes down to) and appear to us as an essentially beneficent response to a legitimate “global health crisis” (and a “climate change crisis,” and a “racism crisis,” and whatever other “global crises” GloboCap thinks will terrorize the masses into a mindless, order-following hysteria).
This pathologization of totalitarianism — and the political/ideological conflict we have been engaged in for the past 20 months — is the most significant difference between New Normal totalitarianism and 20th-Century totalitarianism. The entire global-capitalist apparatus (i.e., corporations, governments, supranational entities, the corporate and state media, academia, etc.) has been put into service to achieve this objective.
We need to come to terms with this fact. We do. Not the New Normals. Us.
GloboCap is on the verge of remaking society into a smiley-happy pathologized-totalitarian dystopia where they can mandate experimental genetic “therapies,” and any other type of “therapies” they want, and force us to show our “compliance papers” to go about the most basic aspects of life. This remaking of society is violent. It is being carried out by force, with violence and the ever-present threat of violence. We need to face that, and act accordingly. …
Excellent post and hypothesis, Calvin Hobbs. Thanks for the insider intel on what is happening in your neck of the woods. Your thinking aligns my mine re the big picture. The following part especially about eliminating the fossil fuel gluttons, struck me as being especially valid:
How does this relate to the covid19 crisis? Well, it’s well known by now that Africa has not been affected by covid19 to the same extent as Western nations and that there has been very little effort to vaccinate africans. If you wanted to monopolize the remaining energy resources, it would make sense to eliminate those who consume the most first – people in western nations – while using any means available to take control of energy sources (oil and uranium). As far as I can tell, both are being justified with “protection” arguments. They’re using a bioweapon (covid19 vax) to eliminate a lot of westerners under the pretense that it’s meant to protect us. It’s easy enough to justify the use of conventional weaponry in African nations to fight violent extremists or rogue nations attacking civilians in order to monopolize their energy resources…
Thank you Calvin for the very insightful view and sharing it!
I believe you and Chris on this.
This is a very good documentary too.
This is an issue that has not gone anywhere, it is just not talked about.
WestCoastJan – thank you for posting this amazing article!
This gentleman nails it.
Here is one big picture explanation. Pretty deep…
YouTube X Factor Winner Reveals World’s Secret Religion – by Altiyan Childs