The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said that the world is in a “sorry state” to fellow rulers who want to completely control humanity. “I’m not here to sugarcoat … the sorry state of our world. We can’t confront problems unless we look them squarely in the eye. And we are looking into the eye of a Category 5 Hurricane,” Guterres told other rulers who seek the total enslavement of mankind.
The comments were made at the World Economic Forum’s meeting of world leaders and corporate executives Wednesday in Davos, Switzerland. The “sorry state” of the world comes from the fact that these people will lose power, and they know it, so they have ramped up the rhetoric and psychological warfare in order to take total control. They claim the challenges range from climate change to the war in Ukraine, according to The Hill.
Guterres described the “perfect storm” now plaguing the planet, including the economic slowdown and a looming recession, global warming and an ecosystem meltdown, and conflict like the war in Ukraine. All this will do, once the rulers pull the plug and we go through another severe recession, is institute their preplanned solution: the central bank digital dollar. That’s the endgame and will help the masters keep total control of their slaves.
It would be difficult to solve these variegated crises even in a peaceful and united world, Guterres said, but the world now faces “the gravest levels of geopolitical division and distrust in generations,” evidenced not just in the Ukrainian conflict but in “the decoupling” of the U.S. and China along the East-West divide. – The Hill
Can we guess how the sociopaths who originally divided us all are going to bring us all together? It isn’t looking up for those who refuse to see the cold hard truth.
Guterres also made one final warning. They still have another card up their sleeves, and this time, it’ll be a real, deadly, and severe pandemic created to foment division and destruction of human life. Once that card is played, we need to already be done honing our critical thinking skills and deductive reasoning skills and make sure we can tap into them.
“Somehow, after all we have endured, we have not learned the global public health lessons of the pandemic. We are nowhere near ready for the pandemics to come,” Guterres said.
For the pandemics to come? What’s next?