Manufactured Crisis: What Are You Going To Do? by James Grundvig

Was Covid-19 spread by flu vaccines? From James Grundvig at

At the Davos conclave in January, Klaus Schwab addressed the audience of globalists and elite financial architects: “The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.” The pronouncement took place weeks before the novel coronavirus spread through the United States.

The ‘Global Economic Reset’ envisioned by Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum (“Forum”), placed him at the proscenium of the New World Order. On January 23, 2020, the Forum signed the final leg of the “Strategic Partnership Framework” with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Six months prior, the Forum and the United Nations signed the original framework outlining “areas of cooperation to deepen institutional engagement and jointly accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”

What took place over six months with little fanfare or media coverage was put in motion and described as a “rare but narrow window of opportunity” by Klaus Schwab who spoke boldly about how to change the world in his image. He wrote the Davos Manifesto in the 1970s and then updated it for 2020.

The plan wasn’t born yesterday, nor was it created overnight. Like the coronavirus, the plan needed a long runway to be developed and then released in stages. It required social conditioning. It also needed to appear natural while carrying the maximum effect to turn pockets of resistance into obedience, and one day into full submission of forced vaccinations.

What does that mean for the people of the earth? Unbeknownst to most of them, they would be taking part in the most significant social engineering and biologic experiment in human history.

First, all 193 member countries of the U.N. signed the resolution in 2015, putting unelected officials at the helm of changing society and the future of the planet. Next, they promised to adopt the 2030 sustainable development goals. Then, the Fortune 1000 corporations pledged their support. With the super alliance set to transform the world economic system and much more, one obstacle emerged: Donald J. Trump’s upset victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Trump’s ascendency disrupted and likely delayed the rollout of their plan. But only temporarily.

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