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Opinion: Health crises, authoritarian regimes and hyperinflation – the Great Reset is coming

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – (Opinion) American President Franklin Roosevelt once said that nothing in politics happens by chance. When something happens, you can bet that it was planned to happen.

When you look at what has happened in the past 18 months, this sentence becomes particularly frightening. Can it be that everything we have experienced was planned?

The situation in which we currently find ourselves is unique in the history of mankind. Never before has the entire world been subjected to such a global regime of coercion as in our time.

And never before have so many measures been taken, which at first glance seem so incomprehensible, sometimes so nonsensical, and often so contradictory. Officially, we are facing the most severe health crisis in living memory. But the measures taken against it have not improved the situation but continuously worsened it.

Is the world as we know it about to cease to exist? (Photo internet reproduction)
Is the world as we know it about to cease to exist? (Photo internet reproduction)

Any doctor can confirm that the majority of people’s health is worse today than it was before the crisis. And even from the point of view of those who ordered the measures, we face shambles. The alleged threat of a fourth wave and the announcement of the need for third, fourth, and fifth vaccinations show that the measures taken so far have completely failed to contain the disease.

But that is not all. As a result of the lockdowns, we are currently facing a severe global economic crisis. Production is down around the world; logistics are down, supply chains are broken, we have crop failures, food shortages, and shortages of semiconductors that are vital to large parts of the economy.

But even in this area, rather than being addressed and solved, we see the problems multiplied and magnified by the imposition of further measures and the constant threat of new restrictions.

The latest example: in China, a port terminal in the third-largest cargo port in the world has been closed because of a positive test among dock workers.

Or New Zealand: not long ago, 5 million people were seriously put on lockdown for three days because a single 58-year-old tested positive.

Another crisis affects the middle class, which creates the most jobs worldwide and bears the highest tax burden. The middle class is being squeezed harder every week by incessantly stoked uncertainty and constantly new regulations and has never been in as deep a crisis as it is at present.

But even that is not all. We are witnessing a massive increase in inflation worldwide, especially in commodities, producer prices, and food. But here, too, no countermeasures are being taken; on the contrary, monetary tightening is continuing and intensified.

Since the beginning of the crisis, states and central banks have injected almost US$20 trillion into the global monetary cycle with no end in sight. And the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the world’s most powerful financial organization, recently issued SDRs worth US$650 billion, the most significant amount ever of its currency, the Special Drawing Rights.

The social situation is no better. Just one example: in the USA, the economically most robust country in the world, almost 4 million people are threatened with eviction because they cannot pay their rents or service their home loans. And more than ten times as many are unable to support themselves on their income – remember, the U.S. is the wealthiest country in the world.

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Additionally, the deliberate breaking of the economy and the fueling of inflation have now achieved something absolutely unprecedented: an international division of the population never before experienced.

To a certain extent, one aspect of all this is the change of power in Afghanistan, which was deliberately brought about by the USA. The Taliban have been gifted with military material worth US$20 billion, a complete air force and 11 air bases, which will certainly trigger the next huge wave of refugees.


Why are measures being taken around the world that are creating one disaster after another and dragging the majority of people deeper and deeper into the abyss, instead of getting them out of their misery? To answer this question, one must ask two more questions: namely, who has a stake in this global agenda? And who benefits from it?

The answer to both questions is clear. The biggest profiteer of the current crisis and the main mastermind behind the scenes is the digital-financial complex. In other words, a kind of community of interests headed by the largest I.T. companies and the largest asset managers of our time.

The largest I.T. companies include Apple, Google’s parent Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook. The stock market value of these five companies alone is currently an incredible US$9.2 trillion. Just for comparison, the combined gross domestic product of Germany, France and Italy is US$8.6 trillion.

In addition to these digital companies, there are also the large asset managers. Namely Blackrock, Vanguard, State Street, and Fidelity. They all have significant stakes in all I.T. companies and much more. These four alone currently manage a total of US$18 trillion.

Again for comparison: the gross domestic product (GDP) of all 28 states of the European Union was US$15.7 trillion last year. But it’s not just the immense financial power of these companies that makes the digital-financial complex so powerful.

Let’s take the I.T. corporations first. Not only do they have enormous market power themselves, they also control hundreds of thousands of other companies because they organize their digitization and thus have constant insight into their data flow.

The I.T. industry has metastasized into all sectors of the economy over the course of the past few years, making them dependent on it and now completely dominating them.

The situation is no different for asset management companies. They are involved in all the big companies of the world and are able to move any market of the world in any direction. The largest of them, Blackrock, has the largest repository of financial information the world has ever seen, with its more than 40-year-old Aladdin data analysis system.

Blackrock uses this knowledge in the background to advise the world’s largest central banks, i.e. the Federal Reserve in the USA and the European Central Bank (ECB). With the huge information advantage that Blackrock has in this way, it should be clear who is dependent on whom here.

We are therefore dealing with a historically unique mixture of concentrated financial power and the power of disposal over an unimaginably huge pool of data. Since the beginning of the crisis, this combination has given companies a boost like never before.

Apple HQ in the Silicon Valley. (Photo internet reproduction)
Apple HQ in the Silicon Valley. (Photo internet reproduction)

And not only that. This upswing is accelerating continuously. In the last quarter alone, i.e. in April, May and June of this year, these corporations posted the highest profits in their entire history. Given these facts, it doesn’t take much imagination to conclude that the digital-financial complex is the global powerhouse around which everything revolves.

The digital-financial complex stands far above all governments and is capable of bringing any cabinet in the world to its knees and making it compliant at any time. However, one has to wonder all the more about the methods with which the digital-financial complex has been working since the beginning of the current crisis.

It almost looks as if the complex is undermining the very system from which it profits. Here are just a few examples.


If the digital-financial complex destroys the middle class, then it is actually destroying its own livelihood. Because as just pointed out, the middle class pays the most taxes and creates the most jobs. And if it then fuels inflation, that also harms the complex. And if it destroys social peace through the explosion of social inequality, then it also destroys the ground on which it does business.

All these are justified objections, but they miss the reality.

The reality is this. The digital-financial complex has no choice but to do what it is currently doing. What we are currently witnessing is not a desk-bound agenda to acquire even more money and power and then enjoy the fruits of its efforts in peace.

What we are currently witnessing is a gigantic act of desperation. Probably the biggest ever in the entire history of mankind. This act of desperation has its cause in the fact that the system to which the digital-financial complex owes its existence can no longer be kept alive through the previous means.

It was already on the verge of its end in the world financial crisis of 2007/2008. If governments had not mobilized huge amounts of taxpayers’ money at that time and instructed central banks to create vast amounts of money out of thin air, the system would have collapsed then.

However, the rescue was only temporary. The money supply had to be continuously increased over a period of 12 years and interest rates had to be lowered time and again. In other words, the system had to be made more and more unstable. That could not go well in the long run. And then, last year, the time had come. In March 2020, the next collapse loomed.

This collapse was postponed, for the very last time, by a final show of strength, namely by lowering interest rates to zero and injecting trillions instead of billions. But this has created a qualitatively new situation.

Another postponement would require interest rates to be cut into negative territory, thus destroying the very foundation of the existing banking system. Banks cannot live with negative interest rates in the long run. This means that there will be no further deferral with the means applied so far.

In the current situation, the highest amount that can be injected into the system is trillions and trillions, but with the consequence that inflation, which is already rising sharply, will be further fueled and turned into hyperinflation.

Blackrock, the black box, and a rock in the storm it created. (Photo internet reproduction)
Blackrock, the black box, and a rock in the storm it created. (Photo internet reproduction)

The situation in which the digital-financial complex finds itself is therefore the alternative between the final collapse on the one hand and hyperinflation on the other. That is, the complete devaluation of money.

This means that we have historically arrived at a point where the digital-financial complex, within the framework of the existing system, only has the choice between two different forms of collapse. So what to do?

Quite obviously, in this situation, one has opted for a new system and for a dual strategy to install it.


On the one hand, a new system is being prepared in the background, away from the eyes of the public. And on the other hand, at the same time, they are using the final phase of the current moribund system to plunder it by every trick in the book.

This is exactly what we have been experiencing since last March 2020: the deliberate and conscious destruction of the world economy for the sole purpose of self-enrichment by the digital-financial complex with simultaneous preparation of a new system by the central banks in cooperation with the I.T. corporations.

How this new system looks like, is something we already know. It is the complete abolition of cash and the banks in their previous form and the introduction of digital central bank money. The ultimate goal is that each of us will have only one account, through which all transactions will take place, and this account will no longer be with a commercial bank but with the central bank.

The background to this plan is logical. Digital central bank money is programmable. And since central banks can create unlimited amounts of money out of thin air, it would indeed be possible to introduce negative interest rates in this way without destroying the system. But that is far from the only property that digital central bank money possesses.

It would allow the state to monitor all transactions, assign us different tax rates, and impose individual penalties on us. The state could partially tie the money to an expiration date and could force us to spend certain specific sums within certain time periods. It could also earmark the money and force us to spend certain amounts only on certain goods or in certain regions.

Above all, however, the state would be able to cut off each and every one of us from all payment flows with a simple click of the mouse, thus eliminating us financially. Digital central bank money would be the most effective social control mechanism that has existed in human history. It would thus be nothing more and nothing less than the completion of an all-encompassing dictatorship brought about via money.

However, the whole thing has a huge catch: namely, the expected resistance of the population. It is safe to assume that a large part of the people will not accept this form of disenfranchisement, which means that the introduction of digital central bank money would lead to great social unrest.

Is this what the future will look like? (Photo internet reproduction)
Is this what the future will look like? (Photo internet reproduction)

It is precisely this problem that has obviously given the digital-financial complex the idea of reversing the process of introducing this money. That is, not to introduce digital central bank money gradually and risk great resistance, but the other way around – in other words, to plunge society into chaos in order to present digital central bank money as the solution to all problems, in the form of “universal basic income”.

For those who think that this is a conspiracy theory plucked out of thin air, I recommend that you take a close look at what we have experienced in the past 18 months.

Under the pretext of fighting a disease, devastating and irreparable health, economic and financial damage has been done. We have only begun to feel the full impact of this up to now.

At the same time, however, work is being done day after day to increase this damage. At the same time, the social divide is systematically deepened by driving new wedges between people. All this leads us in only one direction. Social unrest up to civil war. And that worldwide.

It is precisely this goal that is being sought, according to all information available to me. We experience at present that under employment of all conceivable means the largest possible social chaos is tried to cause and then on the high point of this chaos with a panacea with the name ‘universal basic income’ to arise and in this way convert maximum chaos into maximum control.

By the way, there is also a second reason why the universal basic income has to come from the point of view of the powerful. We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution and in the period ahead we will see the loss of millions upon millions of jobs through the use of artificial intelligence.

That means millions of consumers will be eliminated. Demand for consumer goods will collapse at an ever-increasing rate. And since the current economic system is consumption-driven, you have to break this downward spiral to keep it alive. This can only be done by giving money to the unemployed consumers who are without a job.

Everything we have experienced in the past 18 months and everything we are currently experiencing is obviously following a plan. This plan is to dismantle the current system in favor of the elite, to create maximum economic and social chaos, and to establish a new system under the pretext of providing humanitarian aid.


Some indications of this plan can be seen in the two books – ‘The 4th industrial revolution’ and ‘The great reset’ – written by the German Klaus Schwab, whose World Economic Forum (WEF) plays a key role in the whole agenda.

Klaus Schwab. (Photo internet reproduction)

The WEF has managed in the past 50 years to become one of the most important control centers of the digital-financial complex. It first networked business leaders, later on, politicians, and even later media professionals, the high nobility, and celebrities; in the 90s it additionally subjected them to targeted training.

We know today that since 1992 the ‘Global Leaders of Tomorrow’ and since 2005 the ‘Young Global Leaders’ have been subjected to systematic and increasingly in-depth training by the WEF, and that they are exactly the people who are currently holding the levers of power.

Consider Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, or Jack Ma from the I.T. sector. Consider Blackrock boss Larry Fink or IMF boss Kristalina Georgieva from the financial sector. Consider Emmanuel Macron, Sebastian Kurz, or Angela Merkel from the political sector. They have all either been trained by WEF or sit on its governing bodies.

However, it’s not just the 1,300 members of this tightly networked leadership elite who pull the wires worldwide. Since 2012, they have also been joined by 10,000 under-30-year-old so-called ‘global shapers’. They were also brought together by the WEF and exerted influence on the course of the world.

Whoever wants to know what this course could look like should take a look at the works of WEF founder Klaus Schwab. Moreover, even if, at this point, you still don’t believe that everything we are experiencing and have experienced follows a plan, you should take a look at the publication date of Schwab’s ‘Great Reset’.

The book was published on July 9, 2020, less than four months after the global lockdown. It gives precise instructions on how to use Covid-19 to creatively destroy the world, in Schwab’s words, and build a new world.

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