2020: The Year We Lost Our Common Sense, Courage and Civil Liberties, by Robert Bridge

This year has been marked by off-the-charts duplicity, cowardice, and idiocy. From Robert Bridge at strategic-culture.org:

Once it became clear to the Western elite that their subjects would readily accept draconian anti-Covid measures, it encouraged them to usher in a code-red lifestyle where there will be no ‘return to normal’ in the foreseeable future and, possibly, never.

If nothing else, nobody can say we were not warned about the madness that would descend upon leap year 2020, making it one of the worst 366 days ever recorded on the Gregorian calendar.

On October 18, 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, together with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted the incredibly visionary Event 201, an exercise that simulated the outbreak of a pandemic “transmitted from bats to people that eventually becomes…transmissible from person to person.”

The simulation proved to be so uncannily similar to the real thing that started just three months later – from imagining a dramatic drop in air travel and business, to breaks in the global supply chain – that Johns Hopkins eventually felt compelled to release a statement saying their exercise was not intended to be a prophecy of future events.

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One response to “2020: The Year We Lost Our Common Sense, Courage and Civil Liberties, by Robert Bridge

  1. It is easiest to predict events when you cause them. Pre-emptive strikes. Constantly keep your target on the back foot, responding to your attacks, controlling the progression of events. Standard stuff from any military/spy complex.

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