Covid-19: a Precursor to a ‘New World Order?’ aka ‘The Great Reset
What does the “New World Order” refer to? It refers to the idea that many crises’ are manufactured by powerful groups of people in order to justify a more heightened national security state. While some might view this as an unfounded conspiracy theory, a more nuanced approach is necessary. Many world leaders have spoken about a ‘new world order’ on multiple occasions, pointing to greater global collaboration, control and surveillance to pull it all off. It’s an agenda of greater centralized power for those already in great positions of unelected power.
A heightened national security state in our current times includes more surveillance and data acquisition, using more methods for tracking the general population, their actions, intentions, and even their currency. Again, it’s no conspiracy theory, Edward Snowden made it quite clear that the NSA was tracking US citizens all along, illegally, without their permission, and they even denied doing this under oath.
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Given that, to think that any government institution or politician will come out and be honest about their real plans would be silly, we already know the lengths some have gone to cover up these projects.
This article will examine the use of continuous ‘threats,’ sometimes manufactured to impose more security measures on the population, what the “Great Reset” is, and why it’s important to recognize the measures taken by those who claim this is a step towards more authoritarianism.
It’s time to truly begin having serious conversations about these controversial topics, and learning to empathize with differing positions on them. The need for collective sensemaking is at an all-time high, and if we are constantly divided and unable to perceive reality from the perspective of anybody else, we are going to struggle to create meaningful change. This is both a time to consume information and to develop ourselves personally to become effective changemakers.
The Focus on Problems or Threats
The justifications used to bring about this new world are often continuous threats such as climate change, disease outbreaks like what we are experiencing with COVID-19, terrorism etc, and measures taken against these things are marketed as necessary for our protection and well being. As a result of this marketing, we are slowly being conditioned to view our freedom as selfish and harmful to others. This is a whole conversation on it’s own, but for now we’ll stop here.
Many, especially so called “fact-checkers” brush off the idea of some form of ‘increase in centralized power’ or ‘new order’ as a “conspiracy theory,” but the idea has plenty of legitimacy. This type of legitimacy has gained even more traction thanks to people like Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and William Binney.
Binney and Snowden, both NSA whistleblowers have spoken at large about threat propaganda multiple times. Obviously, this isn’t covered by mainstream media and anybody who does give a voice to people like Snowden and Binney seem to be subjected to censorship by social media platforms. People like Assange, who is on the brink of death in a UK prison awaiting US extradition, are branded as traitors or a danger to society, while Edward Snowden lives in exile.
A great quote comes to mind from Nils Melzer, Human Rights Chair of the Geneva Academy of Int Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Prof of Int Law at the University of Glasgow, and UN Rapporteur on Torture and Other Inhumane or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. I’ve used it before.
“How far have we sunk if telling the truth becomes a crime? How far have we sunk if we prosecute people that expose war crimes for exposing war crimes? How far have we sunk when we no longer prosecute our own war criminals? Because we identify more with them, than we identify with the people that actually expose these crimes. What does that tell about us and about our governments? In a democracy, the power does not belong to the government, but to the people. But the people have to claim it. Secrecy disempowers the people because it prevents them from exercising democratic control, which is precisely why governments want secrecy.”
Snowden has spoken about many threats, recently emphasizing that the Coronavirus is being used, like the threat of terrorism, to impose more overreaching control measures on the human population. William Binney has relayed the idea that the NSA is not interested in protecting us and our freedoms, but rather “total population control.”
This type of censorship happens on all scales at various levels, we here at Collective Evolution have experienced it with demonetization and the loss of our ability to post on our Facebook page of 5.5 million followers, and people like Joe Rogan have experienced it for simply discussing ‘controversial’ topics.
It feels as though Freedom of speech has never been so threatened, and yet we are in a critical time where it
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