There was a time when every day I would dig deep into the ever-growing cracks forming in this destructive global infrastructure. Every day I’d find another discrepancy in the narrative. Research it and attempt to break it down into easily digestible articles to share with my tens of thousands of subscribers. I always considered myself to be one of the more rational voices in the alternative media space, while not flinching away at some of the more controversial topics – but, 10 years of this took its toll.
It wasn’t so much the negativity of what I was writing about that affected me; it was more the feeling that I was preaching to the choir. Rational or not, “if it aint the BBC, it aint news!”; people don’t want to know, unless they already know. Then the pandemic hit and it became clear to me that I couldn’t save everyone, or at least not like this. It doesn’t matter that I foretold the pandemic coming in the years prior; it doesn’t matter that everything I said in the first few weeks of the pandemic being declared have since come to fruition, none of this means anything to the naysayers and logic deniers. They don’t want to be saved, because they do not realise there is anything to be saved from, and so, it was time to leave them behind and concentrate my efforts on people that do genuinely care, people that can see logic and reason, people that I consider being part of the same tribe as myself.
And so my oye.news blogs sits dormant. Several thousand articles sitting there for anyone to stumble upon and take the time to read, if they so wish. With the People Empowerment Project, I’ve tried to steer clear of the global shit-show of corruption and lies. For the most part, I’ve left Kurt to discuss the ongoing issues in his ‘Our World Today’ section. However, I fear it may be time to jump back into the circus, just for a moment. The fragility of the global infrastructure is teetering on the edge of exposure and I feel it is important that I try to explain to those people I do care about, our subscribers new and old, why I believe things are quite so dire, and what I think we can do about it to limit the fall-out effecting our lives, and finally, how we may actually be able to benefit from it.
So, without further ado, let me begin.
Pre-requisites for a Brave New World
Many people have tried to figure out and speculate on what the purpose of the pandemic was all about. Was it an evil plan to depopulate the World? Was it a money grab by the pharmaceutical industry? Was it an accident, and governments all around the World have been fumbling around to try to cover the tracks of their mistakes ever since?
The real truth behind the details of it all we will probably never know, what we do know however, is that there has been little else but lies coming from our governments and their media whores since the so-called deadly virus reared its ugly head in Wuhan in 2020. For those who would like a little reminder of just how ludicrous it all was, check out my article entitled ‘Covid-19: The Pandemic that wasn’t’.
Problem, Reaction, Solution
Whether by intention or opportunity, one thing we do know is that COVID-19 was the perfect problem. It was as if the gods looked down upon the global elite, listened to their dreams and desires for humanity, and created for them, the perfect gift.
In order to understand the significance of the solutions offered, we should first go back a little to a time when the term global pandemic was but a distant wet dream of elitist technocrats.
The World Economic Forum has been in the limelight a lot since the pandemic. One of the most memed statements in 2021 was their infamous ‘You will own nothing and be happy’ statement. I can understand why many of you might believe both the WEF and their disjointed utopian ideologies are a post-pandemic uprising, but in fact this ‘own nothing and be happy’ narrative was being touted by the organization long before Covid-19 hit the minds of men.
In 2016, The Guardian published an article from the Young Global Leader and Member of the Global Future Council on Cities and Urbanization of the World Economic Forum, Ida Auken. Here are some highlights from the article entitled ‘Welcome To 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy And Life Has Never Been Better’
Welcome to the year 2030. Welcome to my city – or should I say, “our city.” I don’t own anything. I don’t own a car. I don’t own a house. I don’t own any appliances or any clothes.
Everything you considered a product, has now become a service. We have access to transportation, accommodation, food and all the things we need in our daily lives. One by one all these things became free, so it ended up not making sense for us to own much.
First communication became digitized and free to everyone. Then, when clean energy became free, things started to move quickly. Transportation dropped dramatically in price. It made no sense for us to own cars anymore, because we could call a driverless vehicle or a flying car for longer journeys within minutes. We started transporting ourselves in a much more organized and coordinated way when public transport became easier, quicker and more convenient than the car. Now I can hardly believe that we accepted congestion and traffic jams, not to mention the air pollution from combustion engines. What were we thinking?
In our city we don’t pay any rent, because someone else is using our free space whenever we do not need it. My living room is used for business meetings when I am not there.
Once in a while, I will choose to cook for myself. It is easy – the necessary kitchen equipment is delivered at my door within minutes.
Environmental problems seem far away, since we only use clean energy and clean production methods. The air is clean, the water is clean and nobody would dare to touch the protected areas of nature because they constitute such value to our well-being.
Shopping? I can’t really remember what that is. For most of us, it has been turned into choosing things to use. Sometimes I find this fun, and sometimes I just want the algorithm to do it for me. It knows my taste better than I do by now.
My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.
Once in a while I get annoyed about the fact that I have no real privacy. Nowhere I can go and not be registered. I know that, somewhere, everything I do, think and dream of is recorded. I just hope that nobody will use it against me.
All in all, it is a good life.
We had all these terrible things happening: lifestyle diseases, climate change, the refugee crisis, environmental degradation, completely congested cities, water pollution, air pollution, social unrest and unemployment. We lost way too many people before we realized that we could do things differently.
I’m not sure about you, but I’ll be one of those that ‘got lost along the way’. Life in a 19th century village in an abandoned house sounds good to me!
The scenario laid out above is intended as a promotion of what the WEF is trying to implement through global policy change. It is supposed to sound like a utopian paradise with limited drawbacks. To me, it sounds like a socialist dystopian hellhole. The focus is always on a time where we no longer need to work, a time where we can focus on our creativity and things we enjoy. Sounds great! Or does it?
Humans are social creatures driven by incentive and desire. We thrive from the achievements we make both personally and at a group level. A human community built and maintained by AI systems has no foundation of respect or love from the human perspective. A healthy community requires the hard work of the community members to ensure its own longevity. The world described by the WEF is, if you read between the lines, a dystopian control grid not dissimilar to the world Orwell depicts in his 1984 novel.
But surely no one wants this? Surely no sane person is cheer leading these ideas along?
Well, there are plenty that are supporting this horrifying vision of the future, but by no means the majority. But that doesn’t matter. Shifts in society rarely come by force, they come in the form of solutions.
So, what possible problem could require a solution that shifts society along this path to WEF’s wet dream?
Well, certainly the pandemic has been the catalyst in bringing everything together. But the environment was already in place long before the pandemic.
Fear is the Mind Killer
The 80’s and 90’s saw a time of relative bliss and prosperity for most living in the Western hemisphere. It was a time where the working class could buy a substantial property, they could build savings, pay their pension, go on holidays, put their children through education and, if they put their 40-hour weeks in, live well. The World was generally a peaceful place. Enemies were something you learned about in history lessons, not on the 6’o’clock news.
With this relative time of harmony and peace, came productivity and innovation, and with this came the inevitable increased demand for resources.
On the 2nd August 1990, a bombshell was dropped into the minds of men and women across the western hemisphere. As families around the US & Europe sat down for dinner in front of their bought and paid for brainwashing machine situated in the corner of their living room, the news that Iraq had been invaded by Iraq under the orders of CIA groomed Saddam Hussein.
For many at the time, this was the first time they had heard the name Saddam Hussein uttered. Who was this Tyrant? This brute of a man who had the audacity to interrupt our time of relative peace and harmony and deliver news of pillage and plunder in distant, but not too distant lands?
The Ba’ath Party was installed into Iraqi power by the CIA in 1963. US politicians were complicit in the birth of the Ba’ath party’s power by encouraging the Ba’ath party to invade Iraq and remove the Islamic regime that operated in Iraq at the time. The conclusion to what is now glorified as the Ramadan Revolution or, the 1963 Coup d’etat, was the second ever president of Iraq, Abd al-Karim Qasim being toppled. This coup was purely about trying to separate the church from state in Iraq and in doing so, giving the West a better chance in gaining control over the Iraqi people. The Ba’ath party (Baʿathism, meaning “renaissance” or “resurrection”), is an ideology mixing Arab nationalist, pan-Arabism, Arab socialist, and anti-imperialist interests. Baʿathism calls for unification of the Arab world into a single state.
The complexities of Iraq’s governance history are hard to grasp, particularly as recorded historical facts in western literature are patchy and inconsistent at the best of times. But what we do know, is that Iraq was in an age of relative peace under King Faisal II.
The 1950s bygone era in Iraq under King Faisel II
King Faisal II was a Sunni-Muslim, however, he did try to encourage the freedom of expression regardless of one’s religion and was a strong proponent of the pan-arabism movement at that time. The imagery we see from a 1950s Iraq is worlds apart from the bleak reality of life in Iraq today.
Iraq’s glory days under King Faisal II became ever strained as opposition began to grow from competing interests in Iraq’s demographics as well as opposition against Faisel’s growing pan-arab movement.
In 1956, amidst the Suez Canal crisis, riots broke out in major cities around Iraq in support of Egypt’s second ever president, Gamal Abdel Nasser, and in opposition to Faisel II. Communists and nationalists took to the streets, beginning in Najaf and quickly spreading to Mosul and Sulaymaniyah.
When the Suez Canal was built in 1869, the foundations were laid for the perpetual war we’ve seen in the middle-east ever since. This critical shipping route connected the Mediterranean Sea in the North, to the Red Sea in the South, creating a direct shipping link between Europe and the US to Asia and the far East. When the canal was proposed in 1854 by the French Diplomat Ferdinand de Lesseps, the British opposed it. As at the time they controlled the shipping route via Cape Town on the southern tip of Africa, as well as the overland routes to Asia. This new proposal threatened to diminish Britain’s control over major transport routes to and from the East. “How dare they!”
But after almost a decade of constant skepticism and efforts to hinder the project, and with the assistance of James De Rothchild from the French house of Rothhilds, the British eventually conceded and became one of the largest shareholders in the Suez Canal Shipping Company.
The Suez Canal Shipping Company was an Egyptian Company, however it was made up of mainly French and British shareholders who would reap the profits from this new enterprise. The Suez Canal Company began construction of the Canal in 1859 and finished in 1869. The company would be the sole operator of the canal for 99 years.
It wasn’t long before the World was radically transformed. With the rise of railroad infrastructure shortly following, global trade was now possible in record times. The canal was also responsible for the increased colonization of Africa by Europe.
While the Suez Canal initially provoked contempt in the British, it wasn’t long before they understood the significance of it and the power it held. The wests war on the Middle-East had truly begun.
Jump forward and Faisal II, along with Crown Prince ‘Abd al-Ilah, Crown Princess Hiyam (‘Abd al-Ilah’s wife), Princess Nafeesa (‘Abd al-Ilah’s mother), Princess Abadiya (Faisal’s aunt) and several servants were gathered up by Abd al-Karim Qasim’s military, lined up against Faisals palace walls and executed. This is referred to as the 14th July Revolution of Iraq. The Hashemite Monarchy was vanquished, along with the temporary new government that had been put in place following an agreement between Iraq and Jordan in an attempt to alleviate the out of control political tensions at the time. Iraq’s republic was born….wait for it, in 1958, 99 years after the Suez Canal had begun construction. Which, if you remember, was when the contract ran out for the Suez Canal Shipping Company. All rights over the Suez Canal were now under Egyptian rule. An alliance between the West and Egypt had already been forged during the Suez Crisis. However, that wasn’t quite enough. The Suez Canal opened the door for discovering the rich lands the middle-east had to offer. One of which is Oil.
Iraq’s bursting oil fields had been noticed and now filled the minds of men. Gaining control over the entirety of the oil supply chain was essential for any country trying dominate the globe.
While I may have rambled on a little here, it is still an inadequate summary of events leading up to perpetual war we now see in Iraq and the Middle-East; but I hope it gives you handle on just how complex and significant this area of the World is.
As the years past, the Wars rolled on, and the West’s control over the middle-east continued. The World began to look a much smaller place. It wasn’t until the 1980s that every household in the United States and Europe began to see the vast lands of the unknown world as closely as if it were just outside their window. Suddenly, everyone could watch 24/7 news coverage of world events in whatever context their news provider chose. As the 80s drew to a close and the 90s exploded into existence, so did the internet. Suddenly the attentions of billions of people were accessible to those that wielded the power of media. Suddenly, the entire emotion of a population could be controlled at the whims of powerful entities. Suddenly, anything seemed possible!
Saddam Hussein was the first real villain this mind dominating magic box got to trial its powers on. Stories of Hussein’s rise to power and tyrannical regime were contextualised to suit a narrative of their choosing. Through Hussein, many problems could be raised and presented to the public (“Weapons of Mass Destruction!”), many reactions followed and always a solution offered by our loving leaders.
Skip forward a few more decades and the power of mind control had become ever more present, 9/11, ‘the war on terror!’, Suicide bombers, Ebola, ISIS, Climate Catastrophe, COVID-19 – all events which in a bygone world would never even be known to the vast majority of a population, now can be weaved into the publics minds in real-time with solutions offered to boot.
Over the years, we have been programmed to fear other nations from afar; with the help of the media, we have constructed entire sets of beliefs about people we do not know in places we have not been. Trust has been placed in the storytellers and the storytellers have, as they always do, an agenda.
So when we look at these scenarios offered by the WEF and their Brave New World of dystopian socialism and wonder how anyone could or would accept such a world, you have to understand that without the brainwashing, no sane person would. But a carefully cultivated population of minds, nurtured over decades, will do almost anything the brainwashing intended them to do. If this was not true, psychotherapy wouldn’t work, mediation wouldn’t work and behaviour differences would not exist between people.
The mind is a machine, a complex one, but a machine nevertheless. It reads in code, it translates the data as best as it can depending on the health of its sensory instruments, it then produces an output based on a set of routines and sub-routines. If you can control the input, you can control the output. We now live in a World where just a few people control the education our children are inflicted with, the books we read, the news coverage we see, the health system, the songs we hear, the films we watch, the devices in our pockets and just about anything else you can think of. We are submerged in a world of information, of input, and it is all being controlled by just a few people. So, it is ludicrous to think these scenarios they desire are not within their reach.
Follow the Schwab!
The Pandemic was simply the next stage in this long game of thrones we’ve all been unwilling participants in. Modern civilisation had almost dominated the world, resources have all been secured and people on the whole were happy to be tax slaves, they were ok with the crimes committed by their governments as long as they kept their part of the bargain – protection from all those nasty nasty terrorists, Netflix and enough cash or debt to buy the next iPhone!
The next stage of the game is to secure against uprisings and lock in total control. No civilisation has ever lasted this long, the track record of civilisations isn’t a good one. Civilisations always fall by the loss of people’s confidence in their government or ruler, followed by an uprising against the state. Why would this time be any different?
Because this time they believe they can use the innovations of this civilisation to secure its dominance over time and thus immortalising itself. Fortunately, they are wrong, for the majority will never fail against the minority of men.
The pandemic was a pre-requisite for the larger control grid that was to come. It laid down some key foundations to the publics indoctrination into accepting less privacy, less choice and less freedom. We experienced lockdowns, business closures, and the beginnings of a war on discussion and free speech. We saw anyone who questioned the state issued narratives, no matter how ludicrous they were, shunned, blocked and booted out of the public eye. We have even seen arrests. But, it’s ok, it’s to keep you safe. ‘Information that is different to ours is dangerous!’.
While for many the restrictions imposed during the height of the pandemic have been pulled back, they haven’t totally gone away. The underlying narrative still exists. More mutations are reported every day and the media continues to weave an undertone of fear and alert.
A WEF envisaged world needs acceptance of controlled order, it needs people to be compliant and fearful of nature. After all, a WEF world is one of large cities of humans packed together in harmony. Everyone equal, everyone compliant, everyone relatively content compared to each other. Covid-19 was testing the level of compliance they could get away with, and the results were good!
‘People will lockdown in their house when we give them blatant lies as the reason. Even when the truth about our the deception comes out, people will defend us through ridiculous excuses and justification. And, once we remove all the talking heads in the deception, the people are happy to vote one of our other talking heads to replace them. ‘
Covid-19 has also shown us that people are willing to accept less freedom of speech to protect their cognitive dissonance.
Along with the climate-change narrative, which has brainwashed the millennials into thinking fully automated urban smart cities, driven by A.I and powered by renewable energy with zero carbon emissions is the only way to avoid cataclysmic man-made climate change and the post-pandemic economy many are now beginning to feel – Klaus Schwab and his minions offering the Great Reset and a new sustainable world where people are happy to have nothing and live together in eternal bliss(boredom?) begins to seem appealing to many. ‘Jeez, you don’t even have to work, what more could you want……?’
House of Cards
At the beginning of this article, I mentioned that we are on the brink of the fragility of the global infrastructure being exposed, and indeed it is. But don’t for a second think this is not by design, an unfortunate oversight by the dominating few. Society appears to be heading rapidly towards collapse because that is exactly how it needs to appear in order for the majority to cheerlead on the solutions offered, that solution is a world where ‘You will own nothing and be happy!’, make no mistake!
We are seeing economic tensions in most nations under the sun, we are seeing geo-political tensions between the West and Russia, China and Taiwan, the US and China. Economies are inflating rapidly causing a cost-of-living crisis across the West. Debts are defaulting, the housing market bubble is popping, wages have stagnated, supply chains are weakening, viruses are killing us, the climate is killing us – something has to give, desperation is building. “What will we do, what will we do, the sky is falling, what will we do?”
In times of fear and desperation, great acts of stupidity are enacted. People will often take the first solution offered. When people cannot feed their children, when they lose their houses and suddenly their relatively privileged life is turned upside down, they’ll pretty much support anyone and anything offered that is different. The more radical the better.
Don’t be fooled, hold the line
Giving up and going along with the majority is exactly what ‘they’ are relying on. This is the only power they actually have over society. Without herd mentality, governments that rule over large numbers of people can never work. You have to believe you, and you alone are enough to change the tide, to make a difference. If you do not believe this, then change the world you will not. It is as simple as that.
So we must not fall victim to the fear being imposed upon us. Yes, things are getting more expensive, yes a dollar today buys you less than a dollar yesterday and yes, high-salary jobs are getting hard to come by. But these things won’t kill you on their own, your inability to adjust to the changing circumstances is what will kill you. You don’t want to be saved, this is exactly what ‘they’ are relying on.
Trust in yourself and each other
People need to begin to trust that they can survive perfectly well without government and anything they have to offer. If this means changing how you live dramatically, then this is what needs to be done. Is it not better to live without dependence on another in something smaller and a location less desirable?
Energy prices are rising, but ask yourself, do you really need a 10-minute shower every day? Do you need a dishwasher, a freezer and a tumble drier? Seriously, is flattening the clothes you wear upon your back with a high-powered metal element every morning really a necessity for survival? We humans do lots of stupid things, things we have come to accept as a requirement of living a happy life, but trust me when I tell you, flattened, ironed clothes do not offer any happiness and contentment.
Wages have stagnated, but are you actually doing anything to further your own education and ability to offer something more to the world, have you stagnated also?
The spending power of your dollar, pound or euro has declined rapidly. Well, have you ever really spent the time to understand why this is? Maybe it is time you learned a little more about money and what constitutes as sound money. I know many of our readers have indeed spent the time and understand only to well the importance of sound money, but for each one of us who understands, there are a thousand or more who don’t. However, now is the time where others will be most likely to listen and be open to ideas new to them. We must promote our ideas through our day-to-day interactions.
Find others in your community who align with you and build out ideas to bring this education to the wider community, build solutions to the problems unfolding within your local community due to the fall-out from decades of political abuse. Do these things without any help from local government bodies, their funding and assistance only goes to validate their existence. Build stateless systems as best you can in a state-run world.
Wealth Health Check
If you are fortunate enough to have wealth now, you must make sure you are prepared for what is to come. When they say ‘You Will Own Nothing and be Happy’, they are talking to you too. Make sure your wealth is well placed in commodities such as physical precious metals, property, bitcoin and cash. Cash should be used to take advantage of the onslaught of buying opportunities we are likely going to see over the coming months and years.
Careful consideration should be taken on how much you diversify and where. While the likes of copper and other select base metals and select stocks may offer great opportunity on paper, the paper they are on can not be guaranteed to you, as they are part of the system that wants to crush you. Unless you can physically own it and occupy it, it can be taken in breath. But, a small amount of speculation in these areas could still be worth the risk, but just be aware of the risks.
Consider expanding your income and reducing your outgoings. We all have amazing ideas. However, few have the courage to attempt them and even fewer have the patience to follow their attempt through to fruition. If you haven’t got 2 or 3 side projects running alongside your primary source of income right now, you should, you need to!
But also, reduce your outgoings where possible. It doesn’t have to be permanent, but 100 bucks spent each month on netflix, cinema and coffee, if invested in the right assets, could save your life, and most certainly will improve your life as we move forward.
I’ve said it so many times, now is the time. It is make or break time. I hate over-dramatic fear mongering, and this isn’t meant to be that. I write this as a positive piece. We know how it works; we know what ‘they’ want; we know how to stop this and we know how to benefit from this. What isn’t good about any of this?
Please, if you haven’t already, join our community group on the Matrix Protocol – I want every person who reads this to join us and help to carve out a new world we can be proud of handing down to our grandchildren.