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Covid-19, The Great Reset, One-World Communist Rule... and the Documentation that It Was All Planned Ahead of Time

"This was all planned." Lots of people are saying that. In point of fact, lots of people have been saying that since the pandemic began. But, you might ask,... who said it first? The first to proclaim that the institution of a One-World, Totalitarian, Fasco-Communist Society would be carried out via the staging of a global pandemic and the ensuing response to it,... was the Rockefeller Foundation, in their May 2010 internal-document "Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development" which they not only lay the plan out, step by step, in a number of different scenarios for full takeover of government, industry, technology, and culture,... (scenarios which they've dubbed; "Lock Step," "Clever Together," "Hack Attack," and "Smart Scramble,") ...but also declare their intention to enact said plan, and said scenarios, each of which they propose trying in a different part of the world to gauge the e

Jen Psaki Refuses to Acknowledge Economic Reality... Because She Thinks It's Mean

Ayn Rand famously quipped, “You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s latest viral flub seems perfectly calibrated to confirm the late author’s wise words.    At a Monday press conference, Psaki was confronted by journalists citing data showing that House Democrats’ proposed tax increases would violate President Biden’s pledge not to raise taxes on anyone earning less than $400,000. In particular, multiple studies have shown that the proposed increase in the corporate tax rate from 21 to 26.5 percent would lead to lower wages for workers and higher consumer prices. (A de facto tax increase for those earning less than $400,000 if not technically a direct one.) The press secretary responded to the journalist’s query by downplaying the potential pass-along costs and simply declaring them immoral.   “There are some... who argue that in the past, companies have passed on these costs to consumers,” Psaki said