Wednesday, June 02, 2021

The Motivations of Governments and Rich Philanthropists and Final Thoughts (Part Six)

Psychological Warfare and the Pandemic

What motivations have governments had during the plandemic? And what role have they played in what has unfolded?

First, let’s consider which segment of the population many, if not most, of the politicians come from: There are a lot of lawyers (“liars” misspelled), business owners, and wealthy folks in general. This is a fact because not only do politicians need money to win an election, but they also need the support of the rich and powerful in order to rise to prominence. Then, once they’ve reached a level of consequence, they’re in debt to those who have contributed to their success. So, clearly, greed and corruption must be at the center of governments’ motivations.

In all likelihood, bribes and kickbacks are part of the equation, whereby the rich and powerful add to the coffers of the politicians directly—into their bank accounts—or indirectly—filtered through “legitimate” transactions with their businesses or other ventures. The elite’s companies profit from “winning” projects and other contracts that are marketed as being in the best interests of the population while actually milking tax payers’ contributions in exchange for nothing. So, the politicians get richer, their wealthy and influential supporters get richer, and poor get poorer. Fair system, isn’t it?

As alluded to back in Part One, the other motivation that’s especially apparent behind governments is the desire for more power. Throughout the plandemic, officials have jumped on every opportunity possible to restrict the rights of citizens. Then, when rights are restricted, politicians attempt to cram down legislation with no possibility of upheaval...because protesting is “unsafe” and has “temporarily” been made illegal! How convenient! So, politicians use the “science”—often dictated by people who are in bed with big pharma—to scare the populace into giving up their rights, and then they use the opportunity to take away even more rights and cram down legislation that benefits the rich and powerful. It’s disgusting!

Now, let’s consider the so-called “philanthropists.” They “give” money to their “charities,” which in turn use the money to pay other companies for various services. However, the companies who provide the services are often owned, through a subsidiary or otherwise, by the philanthropist who originally donated the money. So, in essence, the money goes around in a circle, whereby the philanthropist hasn’t donated a penny and gets a tax write-off for paying him/herself!

A perfect example of this is The Gates Foundation. It donates $250 Million so the injections produced by Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca can be procured and used to inject affected people in underdeveloped countriesand don’t forget about their true motivations behind that. Seems “nice” upon first look, right? But, it just so happens that the foundation also invests directly in at least one of those companies—Pfizer—and who knows about Gates’ involvement with the other ones through personal and other means of investment. Clearly, philanthropist” should be replaced by the term “philanthrocapitalist”! What do you think?!

In summary, the “elite” must be behind the plandemic and associated psychological warfare discussed throughout this series of posts. This includes the uber rich, big pharma, and government officials. Using lockdowns under the guise of preventing the spread of an airborne pathogen, the middle class is slowly being eradicated, leaving the overwhelming majority of the world without the means to maintain their livelihood. Then, in turn, people are forced to seek handouts from the government, relying on them for income while they take more control and power through laws enacted to “keep us safe.” Simultaneously, the elites pay off politicians to keep these measures intact, ensuring that they gain more and more at the expense of the population. And what’s the end result? In effect, the middle and lower classes become slaves to the rich and powerful and the wealth gap continues to widen.

Does all of this not sound eerily similar to the pursuit of a so-called “master race”? Are we following the World Economic Forum’s goal of a “Great Reset”? But don’t you worry your pretty little head about it! You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy”!

I’ll now end with a series of quotes designed to stir up some thought in relation to the plandemic in hopes of helping us determine what we might do. I ask that you focus on the content of the quotes rather than the source as it’s the message that matters most.

For those who believe they’re part of the majority by supporting plandemic measures: “Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

Regarding where to get reliable information: “Don't listen to the person who has the answers; listen to the person who has the questions.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

Regarding the question of support for the government and their handling of the plandemic: “Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

For those who take everything presented by the government and health officials as “gospel”: “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” [attributed to Mark Twain, but likely authored by someone else]

Regarding the people who continue to fall for the tricks, even after receiving information: “There is no vaccine against stupidity.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

Regarding the competency of our leaders: “The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

Regarding the manner in which the plandemic is being managed: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

Regarding the continued use of lockdowns: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” [attributed to Albert Einstein, but likely authored by someone else]

Regarding putting our lives in the hands of so-called “medical experts”: “Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

Regarding the so-called “science” that is continually shoved in our faces by these “medical experts”: “There are lies, damned lies, and statistics.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

For the politicians and medical experts who have constantly contradicted themselves and changed their stories: “If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

For our politicians who support the plandemic: “Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

To those who continually justify their actions using the plandemic: “It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

Regarding the role of government in this plandemic: “We have the best government that money can buy.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

For the people behind the plandemic: “The only thing more dangerous than ignorance is arrogance.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

For all of us who are subjected to psychological warfare: “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

Regarding doing nothing in hopes that everything will work itself out: “Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.” [attributed to Mark Twain]

Regarding letting the people behind the plandemic get away with it: “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

Regarding whether we should take action or not: “Everything that exists in your life, does so because of two things: something you did or something you didn't do.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

For anyone who hesitates to speak up: “Be a voice not an echo.” [attributed to Albert Einstein]

If ever the video links, the quotes, or this string of posts are to be censored or removed from the internet, contact me so we can look into other means to review them. We can’t allow for history and proof of culpability to be erased! And furthermore, with the constant barrage on our rights and freedoms, among others, never give up your right to property, to belief, to speak, to assemble, to justice, and to protect yourself and your rights!

- Steve

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