Conspiracy Is the Proper Word for the New World Order, by Peter R. Breggin, MD and Ginger Ross Breggin

Conspiracy implies criminality, and what the New World Order people are trying to put over on us is definitely criminal. From Peter R. Breggin, MD and Ginger Ross Breggin at

Ben Garrison is a Montana cartoonist whose work has become enormously popular on the right and left that share a widespread fear of tyranny ushered in by “The Great Reset,” the plan by World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab, with support from Bill Gates and much of the western establishment, to reorganize the economic and social relations of humanity. The Great Reset posits that global leaders can best pursue global solutions to problems, like the worldwide covid-19 lockdowns and vaccine mandates, by deemphasizing sovereign nations and democratic rule.

One of the most damaging myths or lies that we are repeatedly taught is “Don’t believe in conspiracies.” We are unmercifully ridiculed for looking seriously at conspiracy theories by the very people—the elite—who most arduously conspire, plot, and organize against humanity. These elites conspire among themselves across the political spectrum from self-described capitalists, libertarians, and Republicans to self-described socialists, communists, and Democrats.

If we human beings—those of us who are well-meaning and good, and love freedom—are going to build a unified front against the enormous threats against us in the world today, we must embrace the reality that people with wealth and power use it to make elaborate plans for increasing their wealth and power. We must embrace the truth that large numbers of power-hungry individuals and organizations are plotting together to take over this world in their own interest and with utter disregard for ours. This reality has often been called The New World Order, but recently Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum, better known as Davos (the mountain retreat where the annual meeting is held), has used the term the Great Reset. It is simply another watered-down version of the New World Order intended to distract the victims.

The derisive term “conspiracy theory” was probably first used to ridicule the freedom-loving people of America during the Civil War. Fittingly, it first appeared in the elite New York Times to ridicule the idea that there was an “elite” in Great Britain who wanted to side with the South and slavery against the antislavery North in the Civil War. Of course, many in Great Britain preferred a divided—and hence weaker—America to compete with, and some high-ranking British government officials wanted to support the secessionists but were too afraid.

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One response to “Conspiracy Is the Proper Word for the New World Order, by Peter R. Breggin, MD and Ginger Ross Breggin

  1. NIdahoCatholic

    Nuke Davos.


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