The Rise Of Philanthroimperialism (new economy to run on poverty)

in #informationwar26 days ago (edited)

Major organizations enforcing the lockdowns to save lives can pat themselves on the back. Well if you have difficulties to make your mind up, just consider listing to this video 30-sec video clip here below:

This is the appalling truth: only 7% of people tested are real positives. This is why the world economy had to be destroyed practically overnight.

We have heard that capitalism had raised the living standards in the developing world for decades but that was just a sales pitch as it appears that today 50% of the global workforce is threatened with chronic hunger.

Since there is no going back to normal in any way (this hazardous consumerism could no longer be propelled), this "fake covid" isn't the culprit alone but our social structure whose premise demands to abuse a majority.

So now, we have the digits right in front of our eyes: 50% of the world population was forced into slave wages to keep the dream of prosperity alive and help multinationals hoard billions in profits. These very 50% are now the first victims of COVID fear mongers who decided to shut down the world economy for several months.

What lies ahead is very worrying. In the UK, 100,000 households used food banks for the first time in lockdown. In America, the number is much higher, unfortunately quite close to 100 million based on the data that 46 million already relied on food banks and meal service in 2014 combined with 38 million using the food stamps assistance program in 2018. That could mean that half of Americans have difficulties to feed their families. There are 100's of 1000's who don't qualify for SNAP and attend food banks.

The other mega threat linked to the pandemic is that although people living in nursing homes make up a small portion of the population, the latter represents roughly 40 percent of U.S. deaths from COVID-19 read a headline on What could happen if there was a 2nd lockdown and knowing that isolation takes a serious toll on the elderly?

In April we're told that it would take 18 months to make a vaccine. Now it's only 6 months and they are talking of distribution already. This vaccine has been rushed. It should take YEARS of trials since it is an RNA vaccine that will alter our DNA for life. It is really troubling that people agreeing with the consensus don't realize this. Early September, the CDC told Congress that it urgently needs $6 billion for vaccine distribution!

Big Pharma is hooked on taxpayers' money, and so is Bill Gates since he sells his vaccine to world governments. For those who missed it, here it is again: Bill Gates admits on CNBC TV he's making 200 BILLION US$ on his Vaccinations

No matter how we look at the picture, you will have to conceive that allopathy has shown its true colors and has to go! Of course, the urgency to save billions from starvation will require an army and that is where the UN is expected to take over and begin regulating the food industry while making sure that we get our vaccines as well.

Let's face it: the new economy will run on poverty and managed by Hedge Funds running on AI enforcing digital colonialism in disguise. It was all a made-up story to transform people directly into human bonds, using digital identity in order to ensure the "human capital" performance.

That is exactly where covid fear-mongering fits in, otherwise, people would decline the implantable and trackable digital ID system. We are on the brink of shifting into dangerous Sci-Fi mode as soon as General Intelligence AI is ready.

Human Capital Performance Bonds By Steve Rothschild. The concept of the “new normal” has infiltrated the thinking of policymakers, employers, and service providers. Brought about by demographic and technological changes, the new normal demands change: business, as usual, will no longer work (

We're merely witnessing the rise of Philantroimerialism. The World Forum stands ready to assist with the task as explained in the video-seminar here below which will be worth your time, we guarantee it! If too long for you, just watch 20mins at the time. It is pretty jaw-dropping!

We are half-way through it but what we have heard so far is definitely worth sharing already.

Life in a Post-Pandemic Video Game


When The "Greater Good" Is Used As A Tool Of Social Control

(sept 2020) According to the International Labour Organization, "1.6 billion informal economy workers (representing the most vulnerable in the labour market), out of a worldwide total of two billion and a global workforce of 3.3 billion, have suffered massive damage to their capacity to earn a living. This is due to lockdown measures and/or because they work in the hardest-hit sectors." According to the World Food Programme, a quarter of a billion additional people will be pushed to hunger and 300,000 could die every day. These, too, are pandemics that are killing people. Killing cannot be a prescription for saving lives.

No jobs, so what future? Half the world’s workforce on the edge. (JUNE 2020)
That 1.6 billion is the number of people on the margins of the world economy, from migrant workers to those employed in the gig economy, who are in immediate danger of losing their livelihoods. They make up half the world’s workforce and it is far from certain that their jobs will reappear even when the crisis is over.

Covid-19 could detonate a ‘hunger pandemic.’ With millions at risk, the world must act. (April 2020)
When you consider that already, despite our best efforts, 21,000 people die of hunger every single day, the scale of the potential death toll is heart-rending. We could be looking at famine in about three dozen countries. In 10 countries, we have more than a million people who are on the verge of starvation as we speak. If we can’t reach these people — if we can’t give them the lifesaving assistance they need because our funding has been cut or borders where we move our food have been closed — WFP’s analysis shows that 300,000 could starve to death every single day for the next three months.


Economies don't run on poverty.

Economies run on free trade. The freer the trade, the better the economy.