MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
It can be said that we are on the verge of a perfect storm of calamities, including earthquakes, famines, flooding, and drought – it is a never-ending cycle on this violent planet. Even though mankind has adapted to many of these events throughout time, it appears that as advanced as we are in the 21st century, we are told that we are about to meet our demise.
It isn’t a matter of if according to the technocrat’s, it a matter of when and for some reason they make it sound as if they have the cure — that is if we just do what we are told.
This has been repeated over and over again in the framed narrative. We are reminded every day that we are watching the climate change and that severe weather is the result of our industrial age. We are being warned that there are supply chain failures and that we will be paying more at the grocery store.
Gas is now $5.00 a gallon in New York.
It is now $5.40 a gallon for supreme high octane in Manhattan.
Gas prices have jumped across the nation as oil prices reach a 7-year high.
The average price of gas across the country is about $3.25 per gallon according to GasBuddy and $3.31 according to the Lundberg Survey.
Just eight states have average prices under $3 per gallon — Oklahoma, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, Alabama, and Missouri, according to GasBuddy.
According to the Lundberg Survey, the highest average price for regular-grade gas in the country is in the San Francisco Bay A,rea, at $4.55 per gallon. The lowest average is in Houston, at $2.77 per gallon.
According to the survey, the average price of diesel jumped 11 cents to $3.45 a gallon.
If remember back in 1976 we were in the midst of an energy crisis; however, this one seems to be over the top –and of course high gas prices mean that inflation is going to spike.
This energy crisis, if you want to call it that, is intentional as the technocrats want you to understand just how vital a green economy is for saving our lives and avoiding an expiration date for the planet.
This is obvious to me — and hopefully it will be obvious to you, and you will act.
Over the last 18 months or so, under the guise of a ‘pandemic’, we have seen economies closed down, small businesses being crushed, workers being made unemployed, and people’s rights being destroyed. Lockdowns and restrictions have facilitated this process.
The purpose of these so-called ‘public health measures’ has little to do with public health and much to do with managing a crisis of capitalism and ultimately the restructuring of the economy.
Neo-liberalism has squeezed workers income and benefits, offshored key sectors of economies and has used every tool at its disposal to maintain demand and create financial Ponzi schemes in which the rich can still invest and profit from.
The Pandora Papers allegedly were used to illustrate this — but it was intentionally used to mock you — we know the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer and pouring salt on the wounds could trigger a civil uprising.
The dystopian ‘great reset’ that we are currently witnessing is a response to this crisis. This reset envisages a transformation of capitalism.
President Biden is using the old United Nations term “Build Back Better” but in order to do this you have to obliterate what we are used to– intentionally destroy what makes The United States unique.
Plentitude and abundance — something that is being sacrificed on the altar of the “New Green Deal.”
We have now been living in fear and have been gaslighted into complying with the mandates of power hungry technocrats who refuse to admit that what they are doing is not working. Lives have still been lost, hospitals are overrun and we are told that the vaccines are working. People are noticing now, how things being said by greedy big pharma are becoming contradictory.
The media keeps pushing the death count as a fear tactic to coerce and cajole people into getting a vaccine — and yet they do not realize that reporting increasing death counts is not doing any good because it sends a clear message that nothing they say is working.
People are being fired, or are walking away form their jobs because of vaccine mandates. Shortages of staff is affecting the travel industry –and several other businesses are also facing shortages of workers and supplies.
It is becoming apparent that things we take for granted have multiplied way beyond the ability of any of us to understand in a lifetime. The things around us, the man-made inventions we provide ourselves with, are like a vast network each part of which is interdependent with all the others.
We once felt as if we were living in a well-oiled machine — much of what we wanted was always there and it rarely disappeared and it was not so difficult to get.
One thing you can say about the United States is that we are a country of abundance — this is why we are attractive to those who wish to come here and become citizens,
But things are changing now –and that well-oiled machine is now showing signs of falling apart.
The network that we count on is now disintegrating.
If you change anything in that network, the effects spread like ripples in a pond. All the things in that network have become so specialized that only the people involved in making them understand them.
We just count on things to be there when we need them — we don’t know how they get to us — we just take, consume, and buy and much of what we take for granted gets wasted because we have this idea that we can always get another and another but these times are slowly slipping away.
We all live in cities and small towns that have technologies and innovations that we take for granted – most of us know that they work for us, but we don’t know how they work for us. Without these innovations and technologies, our houses become more like cold and dark boxes. Our lives revolve around supplies and technologies that magically come to life from the outside.
The entire world is a massive structured box that relies on power and supplies from the outside. Without those supplies, the entire massive box and the teeming millions it encloses would die.
The pace of our lives in our particular box is set by the pace of the technology that serves it.
If the power is cut from our urban sprawl, if we cannot enjoy our entertainments. our food, our alcohol, our cigarettes and our creature comforts – our little box – namely the place we occupy becomes useless.
In the bigger picture what is outside the box can be hostile. What is inside the box is you and your family huddled in blankets starving to death.
It has been reported countless times America is unraveling and many people are curious as to when we will reach our breaking point.
You can either wait to find out — or you can act on your instinct. It may take some sacrifice — or it may take some work– but you must protect yourself and your family and prepare for a lifestyle change as the powers that be allow for what is called a scarcity economy.
There are various triggers that I am sure can be used to bring us to that point –and one of the major ways to actually create a strategy of tension is to limit resources.
Again, this includes, food, water, shelter and of course energy sources that provide us with power. Power that is vital in order to heat and cool our homes and provide light.
Again, without these thing our homes become a dark and cold box.
Last year if you remember, I spoke about the table top exercise known as “Dark Winter.” This table top exercise was actually carried out after the 911 attacks. It was a plan where a bad actor—quite possibly terrorists or even paramilitary would use geoengineering tactics to push the country into an early winter in order to trigger rolling blackouts and to bring about scarcity, food chain disruptions, and total disorder after a biological attack that was to start on Black Friday.
Most of the this table top exercise seems to be coming to fruition already, however I have noticed that many conspiracy theory sites have adapted the “Dark Winter” scenario into their discussions and so it appears that a second wave of “Dark Winter” has already begun.
This time though it is going to build like a snowball and it may swallow up a lot of the things we take for granted — and many people will not know what to do unless they quickly prepare for what is coming.
There is very little time left and there are indicators that the oligarchs in charge are going to weaponize resources, like food, water, energy, and shelter in order to get their way.
Food is in the process of being weaponized against the American people in much the same manner that Stalin did to Ukraine in the Holodomor in which 23 million were starved to death.
America’s food supply is under attack. Necessary exports from China are not being delivered, including medication, but most certainly food from other countries that we are now forced to import. Further, the meat packing plants, inappropriately closed as nonessential during the pandemic, are still closed. In this time of developing food shortages, farmers are being paid and coerced not to grow food, thus adding to the problem.
Mask and Vaccine Passport mandates have created an estimated trucker shortage of 60,000 drivers. Soon, your just in time deliverables, will be nowhere in time.
Through vaccine and passport mandates, artificial shortages are being created in medicine, every dimension of the military, transportation employees, and generally employees from all parts of American business and industry.
Again you have to admit that this is blackmail — you either take the jab or starve — prove that your received the vaccine and you can buy things, go into businesses, work without penalties — the jab is now the hall pass to have what you should be having on a free America.
Retailers are warning people that if they want to get electronics for Christmas they should be bought now because there is no guarantee that they will remain in the shelves on Black Friday.
Moreover, the retailer is experiencing the same supply chain issues that many companies across the consumer space have discussed.
Furniture items are delayed, with the rollout of new merchandise pushed to between 16 weeks and 18 weeks versus the typical eight weeks to 12 weeks. And chip shortages are having an effect on the availability of computers, major appliances and video games.
Costco and Walmart are rationing sales of certain items as shoppers snap up merchandise in what appears to be repeat panic buying like in 2020.
Supplies are limited because there is a back log of ships that are carrying merchandise to the stores.
Fall is typically the ports’ busiest time as companies try to build up inventory for the holiday shopping season, but this year has been unlike any other.
About 4,500 ships, carrying a third of U.S. container imports, come through the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach every year.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are experiencing record backlog as cargo ships wait to dock. The ports handle nearly half of inbound containers for the US, making the backlog a huge issue.
The shipping companies are losing those with skilled-labor jobs, but they’re the ones that approve training for those types of jobs. Then of course they are blaming COVID-19 for the influx of online orders. Truckers complain about the lack of chassis at the port, which limits the number of containers that can be carried out of the yard.
This is chaos — and it begs the question how is this happening all at once and is this intentional — it feels that way and as I have said this has happened before in history as leaders wish to make a point and punish those who do not comply with their draconian mandates.
Sure you are told there is no direct conspiracy with the Biden administration and that may be true — but it seems a little outside help is giving a solid push for scarcity which is all part of the plan for the great reset and the conspiracy to starve Americans into submission.
This is all in line with several plans that were proposed in the past to literally starve the nation into submission.
On Dec. 10, 1974, the U.S. National Security Council under Henry Kissinger completed a classified 200-page study, “National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.”
The study falsely claimed that population growth in the so-called Lesser Developed Countries was a grave threat to U.S. national security. Adopted as official policy in November 1975 by President Gerald Ford, National Security Study Memorandum outlined a covert plan to reduce population growth in those countries through birth control, and also, implicitly, war and famine.
Brent Scowcroft, who had by then replaced Kissinger as National security Adviser (the same post-Scowcroft was to hold in the Bush administration), was put in charge of implementing the plan.
CIA Director George Bush was ordered to assist Scowcroft, as were the secretaries of state, treasury, defense, and agriculture.
National Security Study Memorandum 200 similarly concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth and that measure had to be taken to lessen the population of the United States or that we would be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water.
There were several measures that Kissinger advocated to deal with this alleged threat, most prominently, birth control and related population-reduction programs. He also warned that “population growth rates are likely to increase appreciably before they begin to decline,” even if such measures were adopted.
A second measure was curtailing food supplies to targeted states, in part to force compliance with birth control policies; he stated that, “There is also some established precedent for taking account of family planning performance in appraisal of assistance requirements by AID U.S. Agency for International Development and consultative groups.”
He added that population growth is a major determinant of increases in food demand.
“Mandatory programs may be needed, and we should be considering these possibilities now,” the document continued, adding, “Would food be considered an instrument of national power? … Is the U.S. prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can’t/won’t control their population growth?”
Kissinger also predicted a return of famines could make exclusive reliance on birth control programs unnecessary. In other words, it would be advantageous to create famine in order to curtail birth and thus reduce the population.
Kissinger was clearly advocating starving people in the United States.
He clearly stated that the resource depletion would have to appear to be natural and quite possibly connected to an environmental impact on agricultural yields.
The other day I was doing research for this show and was reading about the global move towards the great reset– the same reboot mentioned by Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum. I discovered that Schwab, while studying at Harvard began what he has described as “the 50-year-long mentorship” by Henry Kissinger.
Looks as if birds of an evil feather flock together as Kissinger and his influence is still pushing for a socialist New World Order.
The World Economic Forum says that by 2030 the public will ‘rent’ everything they require. This means undermining the right of ownership or possibly seizing personal assets and restricting consumer choice underpinned by the rhetoric of reducing public debt or ‘sustainable consumption’, which will be used to legitimize impending austerity as a result of the economic meltdown.
If the financial bailouts do not go according to plan, we could see further lockdowns imposed, perhaps justified under the pretext of ‘the virus’ but also ‘climate emergency’. and an energy emergency.
The lockdowns and restrictions we have seen since March 2020 have helped boost the bottom line of global chains and the e-commerce giants as well and have cemented their dominance. At the same time, fundamental rights have been eradicated under the excuse of the pandemic — this is how the governments of the world force us into the New World Order– and it is unbelievable that the people are having a hard time seeing that this is the makings of the beast system spoken of in the biblical apocalypse… this is apocalypse by design.
During the current economic crisis, what we are seeing is many millions around the world being robbed of their livelihoods. A mass labor force is either being fired or are leaving because of Covid vaccine requirements.
The plan will eventually become clear — like Karl Marx has said that after a scarcity economy there comes a technocratic socialism that relies on technology to replace the surplus workforce.
With AI and advanced automation of production, distribution and service provision on the immediate horizon, a mass labor force will no longer be required.
It raises fundamental questions about the need for and the future of mass education, welfare and healthcare provision and systems that have traditionally served to reproduce and maintain labor that our economic machine has required.
As the economy is restructured, labor’s relationship to capital is being transformed. If work is a condition of the existence of the laboring classes, then, in the eyes of the technocrats, why maintain a pool of surplus labor that is no longer needed?
This is all well planned — but you will suffer if you are not prepared with food and other resources that you have set aside for this and other calamities that can leave you without access to money — or food or even power.
Global energy markets are facing the perfect storm. Demand for energy shot up after China and other major economies began to recover from the pandemic. In Europe, a cold winter depleted gas reserves, while a long spell of still days reduced wind power supply to the grid. Meanwhile, CO2 prices have hit record levels. Russia, one of Europe’s biggest suppliers, had declined to increase supplies on the short-term spot market, although the Kremlin recently said it was starting to help out.
In Asia and Europe, energy prices are going in one direction: up. And the US is watching .and waiting for their moment to begin the task of limiting energy resources in order to coerce people into their greener intentions.
China, which is experiencing extensive power cuts, said it would allow coal-fired power plants to pass on the high costs of generation to some end-users via market-driven electricity prices. Allowing prices to be set by the market is expected to encourage loss-making generators to increase output. Local governments have been encouraged to help small and medium-sized firms and individual business users to cover the increased cost of electricity.
The US is warily eyeing the unfolding energy problems in Europe and China amid growing concern the crisis may spill over to America this winter.
With gas prices the way they are and with resources dwindling, a darker winter is apparently arriving in a more harsh second wave.
There is little if any logic to this. But of course, If we view what is happening in terms of a crisis of capitalism, and the welcoming of technocratic socialism it might begin to make a lot more sense.
All of it is an ideal cover for rebooting the global economy via a massive debt crisis and the subsequent privatization of national assets.
The authorities are aware that deeper, harsher impacts as well as much more wide-ranging changes will be experienced this time around and seem adamant that the masses must become more tightly controlled and conditioned to their coming servitude.
To speak of such tyranny and servitude is becoming anathema and you are told to bite your tongue and not spread misinformation – literally biting the mouth that feeds you.