‘The globalists mean business’
New World Order, One World, Deep State -- terms have been around for generations, but out in the open of late. I’ve been following this for a long time.
The elite one-worlders want open borders. Never mind there are hundreds of other countries and continents with their own culture and language. The elite want control of everyone. Period.
In 2020, China plans to implement a “social credit score.” They already have facial recognition cameras all over, but now will imbed in all citizens a computer chip complete with bar code so they can be tracked 24-7. If one does not follow “the plan,” one may lose ability to travel, or do banking, or whatever else is imposed. New York is working on their own system. Who is next?
We are in a culture war right now. This sn’t between Republicans vs. Dems, it’s between one worlders and America’s freedoms and liberty. Which way will we go? I, for one, would hate to see my precious grandchildren live the life the incredible Chinese people have to live. Their government has been Communist for as long as I know. The elites hate our Constitution. They are patriotic to no country, since they fly their own planes, live in their own villas in several countries and have no respect for us, the working class. And they run most of our mainstream press, plus Hollywood, the music industry, and much of our education system. So, what can we do?
We may not all like Donald Trump, but in today’s world, he is the only one who can take on this challenge. Back a few years, JFK did, so did his brother, Bobby. They were both killed. The globalists mean business. They answer to no one, and they have big money.
We can resist. Starting at local levels, even our school boards, we can learn, study, pay attention, and unplug once in a while. Get to really know your neighbors, get healthier, and be aware. We live in the greatest country in the world, but can we keep it? We don’t need more cameras, or cell towers, we need each other.
2020 promises to be very interesting. I hope the truth can shine, eventually. I’m optimistic that it will.