July 18, 2022 • by Anonymous
Is history repeating?
Only recently the world has witnessed a rise in monkeypox cases outside of Africa. Health advisors who saw their influence and power rise when the world was confronted by the COVID-19 crisis, are now jumping on the monkeypox bandwagon, already calling the recent monkeypox outbreak an epidemic. As Michael Senger from Brownstone pointed out, there are striking similarities between virtual simulation “Event 201” and the tabletop exercise from the Nuclear Treaty Initiative (NTI), whereby another virtual simulation predicted (in November 2021) a new outbreak of monkeypox on May 15th, 2022. Like clockwork, the first news articles of monkeypox cases started to emerge in May, 2022, just weeks before the gathering of wealthy and influential elites at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland (May 22-26th, 2022) and the seventy-fifth World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland (May 22-28th 2022).
Klaus Schwab: “The future is shaped by us”
If you haven’t seen the opening remarks of Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, please watch them below.
In his opening statement, Schwab states that “The future is not just happening. The future is built by us. By a powerful community, as you here.” Now you’ve heard it from the horse’s mouth. It’s in plain sight: Klaus Schwab has been building on, what he calls, a powerful community and is boasting that they shape the future. Schwab has multiple billionaire acolytes who support the World Economic Forum and attend their annual meetings. One of the many is Bill Gates, sponsor of Event 201 through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. On the website of the World Economic Forum you can find a mention of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
You can see another infamous billionaire named Warren Buffet working closely with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Accidentally, Mr. Buffet holds an advisory role at the Nuclear Treaty Initiative, the nonprofit organization that predicted a monkeypox outbreak in May, 2022. The screenshot below is from the website of the Nuclear Treaty Initiative (www.nti.org).
What are the odds, you might ask. Scientifically speaking, the odds that the same people predicting health emergencies within months of their occurrence negates the argument for plausible deniability. Take into account the eerie opening remarks from Klaus Schwab and the suggestions that the billionaire class are playing games with global health. These aren’t just conspiracy theories. They are reality and the billionaire class aren’t even bothering to hide it.
Could the motive actually be that the billionaire class wants to shape a healthier, safer world? Perhaps. But it depends on what you, as an individual, define as a healthier, safer world. Do these billionaires have the same health and safety in mind as the non-billionaire class?
From the information put out by Klaus Schwab (WEF), the picture immediately becomes grim. In addition to his opening remarks, you only have to read one of his books on COVID-19 and The Great Reset to see that Schwab considers health emergencies opportunities to reimagine the way we live and drastically change the way the system works. Sure, health emergencies should be countered to best of our abilities. However, if you don’t grasp, let’s say, the origin of a novel pathogen like COVID-19, then changing society must not be your primary objective. In this case you are throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
In the case of Bill Gates, he admittedly said in an interview at Davos annual meeting from the WEF with CNBC in January 2019 that his decision to start investing in vaccines was his most profitable business venture yet. He stated that he put in about 10 billion US dollars. Together with about 100 billion from ‘the world,’ as he calls it, he managed to make a profit of 20:1. Smiling, Gates added: “So the economic benefits, that’s a pretty strong number compared to anything else.” Keep in mind that these remarks were pre-COVID crisis, but the picture is beyond clear that economic objectives play a very big part in Gates’ decision making.
As for the Nuclear Treaty Initiative (NTI), their vision is, in their own words, “to transform global security by driving systemic solutions to nuclear and biological threats imperiling humanity.” On its own, it sounds totally acceptable if a non-profit has such a vision, but when I searched for “Fukushima,” the most recent nuclear crisis, NTI’s website came up with 44 results. There isn’t a recent statement on the mayor announcement from Japan to release one million tons of irradiated water from the Fukushima Nuclear plant. Yet, the NTI is publishing papers in which it predicts a monkeypox outbreak six months before it occurs.
So if we look closer, aren’t the phrases and objectives from organizations as the WEF, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and NTI about making the world a healthier and safer place meant as an obscuring and cloaking marketing tool from behind which they roll out their hidden agendas?