Conspiracy denial is a threat to our children’s future

Conspiracy deniers are oblivious to the danger posed by our unelected mentally ill rulers.

Conspiracy denial is a threat to our children’s future

We are told that the world’s richest one per cent own half the planet’s wealth, leaving the rest of us seven billion to squabble over the other half. Comedian George Carlin said, “It’s a big club and you ain’t in it!”

We are also told that one per cent of the population are hard-core psychopaths, devoid of empathy. Based on these statistics alone we cannot conclude that both groups are one and the same, but a study on our vagus nerve systems done by SFU does reveal that wealth is linked to an empathy deficit. And, as George Carlin also said “THEY don’t CARE about YOU!”

Actually, there are a number of “big clubs” where the globalist oligarchy conspires to enslave humanity and rule the world. On Sept. 11, 1990 we were formally introduced to their “New World Order” in a speech at the UN assembly, yet most of us dismiss that as a crazy conspiracy theory.

The term, “conspiracy theorist” was first used to discredit those who rejected the official narrative of the JFK assassination in 1963. But, was it just a coincidence that shortly before Kennedy took a “magic bullet” to the head, he had given a speech warning of “a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy” that used “covert means” to expand it’s global influence? Presidents Wilson and Eisenhower had made similar warnings, yet so many of us are still in denial of the frightening Orwellian reality that the greedy pigs are in charge of the Animal Farm.

With all that wealth comes tremendous power. And not only does power corrupt, but those who are already corrupt naturally gravitate towards positions of authority where they can satisfy their urge to control and dominate others. Devious, cunning and without moral compass, psychopaths are potentially capable of committing unspeakable acts that no sane person would ever consider, while donning a public mask of philanthropy and humanitarianism.

As a result, conspiracy deniers are oblivious to the danger posed by our unelected mentally ill rulers. Corporate news programming and state indoctrination create an unshakeable faith in the system that triggers automatic rejection of any opposing view. “Conspiracy theorist,” “climate denier,” “racist,” and other personal attacks are launched against anyone who questions the “politically correct” agenda.

In the globalists’ Brave New World the working class “epsilon” slaves will be required to sacrifice all rights and freedoms for the sake of “saving the planet.” But for the ruling elite it will be business as usual, flying around the world to their private mansions and nature reserves, living like gods. It’s the UN’s Agenda 21 repackaged as the Green New Deal. So, laugh all you want conspiracy deniers, but this will be our children’s future if you choose to remain blind.

David Work

Lake Cowichan

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