Martin Armstrong with a somewhat more optimistic view.
Martin Armstrong interviewed by Reiner Fuellmich of the Corona Investigative Committee.
Armstrong has a more optimistic take on the historical moment, based on his view of Schwab, Gates and Co. as too stupid to understand the complexity of the global economic system they’ve so blithely collapsed in their quest for total control.
Armstrong’s view is that they may want to take control of us all, but they don’t have the intellectual capacity to do it, so their structures will collapse, political jurisdictions (US, EU) will break up, and be replaced by regional, new governments, somewhat more responsive to the demands of the populace in each region.
Armstong’s argument is less persuasive to me short-term, because I don’t know where the US military and local law enforcement officers will stand if WHO orders foreign men who have been brought to Canada and US, trained and equipped over the last couple of years, to start trying roundups and firing squads, and because I don’t know if enough Americans at the household and neighborhood level will be organized enough to use our guns and ammo effectively enough to prevent significant armed takeovers in some regions.
Maybe the invaders can pick the most openly resistant families and communities off one-by-one.
But I do think Armstrong has a persuasive argument for the medium to long-term, because even if Schwab, Gates & Co. manage a short-term takeover, it will probably be much more difficult for them to maintain an occupation for many months or years.
Response to a comment on yesterday’s post, asking why the population cull is focused on Americans and Europeans.
I think it's because Americans and Europeans have a Christian, cultural history of allegiance to God over the State, individual liberty, immortal souls and rights of conscience.
The idea is, if those who want to be our techno-overlords can get rid of or demoralize most of the people who currently carry those ideas through time, other people will be more malleable and not get ideas about revolt.
The Deagel report, apparently now scrubbed from the web, listed out the percentages of each Western country's population that was planned for culling.
"The G7 countries are clustered near the top of the list – their % population reductions are
a. UK - 78.5%
b. USA - 70.2%
c. Germany - 65%
d. France - 41.8%
e. Italy - 30.6%
f. Canada - 29.7%
g. Japan - 17.6% "
A few other articles:
I think Covid lab development and release, the mRNA/DNA injections, collapsing economies and supply chains, disrupting social bonds and political systems, and fomenting armed conflict are part of the depopulation plan. It remains to be seen how effective the measures already deployed will turn out to be over the next few years.
But I also think the breadth and depth of global resistance has been higher than the depopulation planners expected.
And it’s growing every day.