Revelations about China’s relationship with the Biden family and with America as a whole is more substantial than most comprehend. Some in the mainstream media have finally acknowledged the existence of an official investigation into financial dealings between Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, and business partners in China who may be connected to the Chinese Communist Party. The rollout of the story by the media has been almost comical; one is reminded of Claude Rains as Captain Renault in Casablanca, shutting down Rick’s Cafe Americain and declaring that he’s “shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!” If you’ve seen the film, you know that Captain Renault barely finishes his line when a croupier appears with a wad of cash in hand: “Your winnings, sir.” Obviously, Renault was not only aware of the gambling; he facilitated it by turning a blind eye until it was no longer expedient.
Likewise, the media was aware of the story nearly two months before the wall of silence around it began to crumble:
In October, left-wing sites such as the Daily Beast were featuring headlines that read, “Russian State Media Is Desperately Trying to Keep the Hunter Biden Story Alive” and “FBI Examining Hunter’s Laptop As Foreign Op, Contradicting Trump’s Intel Czar.” Today we learn from the same outlet that “evidence of [a money laundering] probe [into Hunter Biden] was apparent in the markings on a series of documents that were made public—but went largely unnoticed—in the days leading up to the November election.”
Those key details weren’t “largely unnoticed,” they were largely ignored. And now that the election is safely past, they are shocked, shocked to find a federal investigation going on in here.
The mainstream media’s “breaking news” on December 9, 2020, of a probe by the US attorney for Delaware into Hunter Biden’s tax affairs surprised only those who depend on the mainstream media for information. As noted elsewhere in this book, several weeks before the 2020 US election, the New York Post disclosed the existence of a laptop, evidently abandoned by Hunter Biden in April of 2019 at a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware. The hard drive of the laptop contained, among a large number of disturbing digital photos, evidence of substantial business dealings between Chinese companies and Biden. But, as detailed in another entry, any mention of the laptop or its contents was considered bad form by the mainstream press, and social media sites Twitter and Facebook openly admitted their efforts to suppress the story.
However, by the second week of December 2020, media gatekeepers have decided that it’s safe to allow at least some of the Biden-China story to see the light of day. Why? Why now? Wasn’t this a story eight weeks earlier? Certainly, the voters thought so; as we note in another entry, some 17 percent of Biden voters in seven key swing states, six of which were awarded to the former vice president, would not have voted for him had they been aware of the story. That would have been enough to swing those six states to President Trump, giving him 311 electoral votes and sparing the country weeks of legal challenges.
Even with the many credible accounts of voting irregularities across the country, without an assist from the media, Joe Biden wouldn’t have come close to victory.
The question now is where this leads. If we step back and look at the big picture, a disturbing pattern emerges. The geopolitical pieces are being arranged in a manner that would probably shock Joe Biden, his son, and their associates both here and on the other side of the Pacific. What’s emerging is the fulfillment of prophecy, a New World Order that results in humanity—what’s left of it—subservient to the charismatic leader of a global government. In short, a coalition is forming with the goal of creating the one-world kingdom envisioned by Nimrod more than five thousand years ago.
This coalition includes globalists in the United States, including leading members of both major political parties; Western elites, represented by those who are regularly invited to exclusive gatherings like the annual meetings of the Bilderberg Group and the World Economic Forum; and China, whose technocratic leadership has emerged as an unlikely but willing partner, at least for now, of the globalists of the West.
Not surprisingly, the media paid little attention to the source of Joe Biden’s alliterative but uninspiring campaign slogan, “Build Back Better,” possibly the worst presidential campaign slogan since Democrats declared 170 years ago, “We Polked You in ’44, We Shall Pierce You in ’52.”
Those of us who pointed out that “Build Back Better” was lifted directly from the United Nations and the World Economic Forum were labeled conspiracy theorists who were needlessly worrying over an imaginary threat to our national sovereignty.
Except the conspiracy isn’t a theory. COVID-19 brought it out into the open as WEF founder and CEO Klaus Schwab enlisted the crowd that flocks to his annual, exclusive event at Davos, Switzerland, in a grand plan to fundamentally reshape human civilization—a plan he’s dubbed the Great Reset.
The title is lifted from a 2010 book by Richard Florida, who argued that the economic crisis of 2007–08 was a golden opportunity for a “great reset” of civilization that would put humanity on the path to sustainable prosperity. Florida’s thesis was that the rise of a “creative class” living in growing urban areas would drive the recovery from the economic downturn, and that cities with high exposure to the so-called “creative economy” would be best positioned to lead this economic reset.
Florida’s book hasn’t aged well. Just ten years after its publication, some of the urban centers named by Florida as examples of the creative economy, especially New York City and San Francisco, are hemorrhaging population at a startling rate as residents flee taxes and crime that’s risen to unbearable levels.
Still, the term “Great Reset” has found a new champion in Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Schwab describes the Great Reset as “a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine and reset our world.” That sounds fine, even visionary, but what does he actually mean by that? To Schwab and his colleagues, it’s a technocratic utopia where engineers and bureaucrats monitor, measure, and mete out the essentials of life based on their expert assessments of who needs what, where, and when.
“What gets measured gets managed,” according to the World Economic Forum’s website, and they mean everything: Wealth and energy consumption must be redistributed, businesses must make protecting the global climate a core principle, and outmoded notions of private property must be abolished. This, by the way, is the driving force behind the Internet of Things, an initiative to connect everything through the web, and 5G cellular service, to serve up the bandwidth needed to track things like telephones, TVs, electric “smart meters,” and the movement of ships, planes, trains, and automobiles.
The main obstacles standing in the way of the Great Reset is the persistent habit of humans to live near and associate with others who are similar to them, desires for privacy and liberty, and private ownership of property.
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In mid-November of 2020, the World Economic Forum released a video to social media titled “8 Predictions for the World in 2030.” Those predictions are enlightening:
1. You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy. Whatever you want you’ll rent and it will be delivered by drone.
2. The US won’t be the world’s leading superpower. A handful of countries will dominate. (Note: The Chinese flag is featured prominently in the shot.)
3. You won’t die waiting for an organ donor. We won’t transplant organs; we’ll print new ones instead.
4. You’ll eat much less meat. An occasional treat, not a staple—for the good of the environment and our health.
5. A billion people will be displaced by climate change. We’ll have to do a better job at welcoming and integrating refugees.
6. Polluters will have to pay to emit carbon dioxide. There will be a global price on carbon. This will help make fossil fuels history.
7. You could be preparing to go to Mars. Scientists will have worked out how to keep you healthy in space. The start of a journey to find alien life?
8. Western values will have been tested to the breaking point. Checks and balances that underpin our democracies must not be forgotten.
It comes across as the type of future depicted in the Star Trek franchise—a world free from want, where food and organ replacements are available at the nearest replicator, and scientific enlightenment has lifted humanity out of the superstition of religion.
From a prophetic perspective, it’s the Tower of Babel writ large. You can see how the bold predictions of the WEF conflict with the American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. While the world after the Great Reset is described as a high-tech utopia, one doesn’t need to read many of the glowing articles and white papers at the World Economic Forum’s website to realize that one very important aspect of this New World Order is not mentioned at all: Who’s in charge?
Those drone-delivered goods we’ll be happily renting will be owned by somebody. Who? Somebody will decide where those billion refugees will be resettled, how much meat we’re allowed to eat, who gets first dibs on printed replacement organs, and where you can set your thermostat. Who? Schwab never says, but it’s a safe bet that it won’t be you or me.
Six thousand years of recorded history offers some insight into human nature. The Golden Rule is generally twisted to mean that those with the gold make the rules. There’s no reason to suppose that the technocratic panopticon envisioned by Schwab and his allies would be any different. They believe they’re uniquely qualified to tell us how to live (for our own good, of course), and the Great Reset is their move to grab this power.
A quick word of explanation: The “panopticon” was a new type of prison designed by philosopher Jeremy Bentham in the late eighteenth century. Bentham’s design placed the cells in a circle around a central observation tower from which guards could observe any prisoner at any time without the inmates being able to tell whether they were being watched. The concept, Bentham thought, was that the uncertainty of knowing when they were under observation meant that prisoners would effectively guard themselves by following the rules. Bentham believed this concept could be applied to factories, hospitals, asylums, and schools.
Schwab proposes to go Bentham one better and turn the entire planet into a panopticon. This goal is within reach, thanks to 5G cellular broadband technology, which offers download speeds up to one hundred times faster than 4G cellular service. This new, higher data rate facilitates the Internet of Things, so that every aspect of our lives can be monitored, measured, and managed. You don’t need to believe in end-times Bible prophecy to see how useful that will be to a future global government.
By this point in this entry, you may be wondering about the connection between Joe Biden’s alleged links to China and the Great Reset. Here it is: China has been building closer relationships with Western leaders in banking and business through the World Economic Forum for the last forty years, a period that corresponds with China’s emergence as an economic powerhouse. It’s our view that while Klaus Schwab and his cabal of Western globalists see China as a partner in a new technocratic world order, China is playing the WEF to get what it wants, which is unrivaled status as the world’s only superpower. China’s ruling elites may also be looking to get some payback for the “Century of Humiliation,” the period from 1839 to 1949 that includes the Opium Wars, the Sino-French War, the Sino-Japanese Wars, the Boxer Rebellion, the Invasion of Manchuria, and World War II. In other words, China intends to make this the Chinese century, just as the twentieth was the American.
Obviously, China’s nationalistic drive is at odds with the globalist goal of a group of nations sharing power in harmony, but there is another, more powerful force behind the scenes of this drama, one that isn’t mentioned by any geopolitical analyst working in major media today. That force resides, of course, in the spirit realm—the principalities and powers that Paul wrote about in his letter to the church of Ephesus about two thousand years ago. Chinese nationalists and Western globalists will undoubtedly be shocked to discover, as they eventually will, that they’ve build the infrastructure for a kingdom ruled by an entity which most of them don’t believe is real. We mean, of course, the Antichrist.
How would this work? To build this global kingdom, the middle class in the West, particularly in the United States, must be destroyed. A people that can support itself without the government is liable, even likely, to resist. Even though this independent spirit has weakened in the US, it’s still strong enough to present a challenge for an outside power—especially since Americans, despite representing just 4 percent of the global population, own about 40 percent of the world’s civilian-owned firearms. That’s 393 million weapons, or about 120 guns for every one hundred Americans.
Now, please understand that we’re not calling for an armed insurrection, just noting a fact—one suggesting that surrender of our national sovereignty, when it comes, is most likely to happen during a global crisis similar to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be a conquest without a shot fired as people willingly trade liberty for “salvation.” Sadly, the savior they’ll get will be the one they deserve and not the One who takes the field at the Battle of Armageddon.
As new disclosures about the investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes have found their way into the mainstream press, we’ve learned that the relationship between the elder Biden and one of Hunter’s Chinese business partners was much closer than the former vice president admitted, and we’ll pick it up there in the next entry.
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