The WEF’s activities with governments in furtherance of its global governance designs are becoming increasingly overt. From Alan Grootairs at rwmalonemd.substack.com:
Better watch out
This is the second guest essay written by Dutch Journalist and Filmmaker Alain Grootaers which has been published in this substack (with permission from the author). You can find Alain’s recent essays at his substack “Unconvenient opinion from Europe”, and I recommend that you include his work in your reading list. His opinions and insights herein are his own, but I recommend them for your consideration. It is important to understand that what has been happening to all of us over the last three years has been globally coordinated.
His prior publication here was titled “An Inconvenient Opinion from Europe”, and can be found both at his substack and here on this one.
“Never let a good crisis go to waste”.
Winston Churchill made this statement towards the end of World War II when he sat in Yalta with US President F.D Roosevelt and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin to divide the Allies’ spheres of influence. It also led –and Churchill referred to this with his ‘never let a good crisis go to waste’ statement– to the creation of the United Nations.
As with many of Churchill’s other quotes, that statement took on a life of its own, long after the man’s passing, but there are some things to be said against the final outcome. The Yalta meeting eventually resulted in mistrust, the Cold War, the arms race, the Iron Curtain, the Berlin Wall and everything that came after.
Even the United Nations – apart from being an internationally very interesting New York talking shop for privileged people – turns out to be mostly an impotent mastodon where the original goal of Never Again War and Hunger is still a cynical illusion after 77 years.
Today, we see the ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’ reappearing in all kinds of bizarre initiatives: the best-known statement on this is of course that of WEF leader Klaus Schwab, who saw in the Covid crisis and the reactions to it not death, economic misery and an attack on fundamental human rights, but rather (as he stated) ‘a narrow window of opportunity’ to roll out the scenarios that have been ready since a few years ago and about which the man has been very frank. You can read it all in his book “The Great Reset”.