5/13/20: THE RIGHT WAY TO BOIL A FROG
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
For the first time in my 25 years of doing Ground Zero, I felt that after the last hour of the show was over, I was not able to say enough about what I am feeling right now and after 25 years of predicting and preparing for the reality we are in, I know have to be very clear that we do not have to continue to do things that certainly are destroying our social cohesion.
I was reading a headline today that illustrated the point I was making last night and i wanted to share it with you because it made my blood boils over the insensitivity of it. The headlines was on “The Nation” website and it read; “A Prayer for Justice and Compassion During the Pandemic” written by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II where he says “May we who are merely inconvenienced remember those whose lives are at stake.”
The first thing I thought of was how insensitive this was about worldwide suffering and how out of touch that statement was. People are not being inconvenienced by the pandemic – they are being devastated financially, marriages are breaking up, there are suicides not being reported, people are defying executive orders to survive. This is far more than just an inconvenience.
This is where I see that some people are unfazed by the suffering that is going on – we are only focusing on the suffering that happens with people who are sick, not the people who did what they were told and are now being told that they have to wait longer to put on the table and to work again.
The Good Reverend goes on to say:
“May we come to know justice and compassion and repent for those who have let the viruses of greed and lies make this situation worse. May we come to know pandemics spread through the wounds and fissures of our society, and seek to close them. May those who’ve gone along with the lies just to please narcissism break free and tell the truth. May we who have no risk factors remember those most vulnerable. May we have the necessary righteous indignation in this moment to fight for transformation. May we who have the luxury of working from home remember those who must choose between preserving their health or making their rent. May we who have the flexibility to care for our children when their schools are closed remember those who have no option. “
Many will say that perhaps I am being a bit insensitive to this so-called prayer but it is simply am insensitive chastisement for those who need to work – it is a way to call people who believe they have right to get on with their lives selfish and narcissistic.
What I am seeing here is that statements such as these are made to create a new enemy. We have not had a definable enemy of war since the times of Hitler and Pol Pot. So it is now becoming apparent that the battle lines are not being drawn by want can be considered liberal or conservative – it is the age old war of the haves and the have-nots and those that are not suffering are indisposed from having insight as to what true human suffering is.
They don’t want normalcy or those who demand it to have a voice at the table.
The Reverend speaks for the elites as those with money are merely inconvenienced while the rest are destitute and hungry.
People are thinking that there is going to be a civil war and if there is, it won’t be about whether or not you are liberal or a conservative – it will be between the “inconvenienced and the hungry.”
The forcible prevention of Americans from doing anything except what politicians deem “essential” will give us the worst and most devastating economy in American history since the Great Depression. It is panic and hysteria, not the coronavirus that created this catastrophe. And the consequences in much of the world will be more horrible than in America.
As I have said, this is what is called artificial scarcity and it is being used to drive people into desperation so that they will accept anything as long as they can eat and their families can survive.
Then from the artificial scarcity comes a post scarcity economy.
Scarcity falls into three distinctive categories: demand-induced, supply-induced, and structural.
Yet scarcity is the foundational principle of economics; the first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it.
Now with the advent of COVID-19, the demand is high for goods and services and so the apocalyptic morality comes into play where people will fight for that last pork chop at the grocer or that last roll of toilet paper.
A full post scarcity economy will not be practical and will not be fully organized but the elites and the United Nations will certainly try to bring about artificial scarcity in order to make good on their 2030 proposal to end world hunger.
The United Nations World Food Program, states that by the end of the year, more than 260 million people will face starvation — double last year’s figures. According to its director David Beasley on April 21:
“We could be looking at famine in about three dozen countries…”
So there is a real danger that more people could potentially die from the economic impact of COVID-19 than from the virus itself.”
That would be enough to prove that the worldwide lockdown as a huge and deadly mistake. But there is much more. If global GDP declines by 5%, another 147 million people could be plunged into extreme poverty, according to the International Food Policy Research Institute.
There are some who believe that the world is exactly as it is meant to be and that we are learning important lessons by having challenging difficulties to contend with, or that there is a preordained plan bigger than anything any one of us could know. Perhaps all of the above is true, perhaps not.
The sad thing is that history is our guide – we are not learning from it and most people are unaware just how fragile our way of life is. The terrifying thing is that a lot of people are becoming apologists for monsters as long as it is politically expedient to do so.
Throughout history, the human experience has been extremely brutal. While for the most part our civilization behaves in a civil manner, freedom now is determined to be the ability to tear down and destroy everything including morality as an act of expression.
The United Nation’s goals according to the Agenda 21, RIo Summit and the 2030 Summit have been very clear and with COVID-19, can be implemented in order to provide a post scarcity civilization in the vision of Karl Marx.
The guidelines that have been proposed are said to create “profound changes in economic systems, in resource efficiency, in the composition of global demand, in production and consumption patterns and a major transformation in public policy-making.” It will also require “a serious rethinking of lifestyles in developed countries.”
The United Nations reports on global sustainability include adopting a series of political philosophies that most people compare to those of Marx and Engel’s “Communist Manifesto,” wherein its’ organizational and operational structure appears to largely be a paraphrasical equivalent to the 10 short-term demands Marx prescribed in section II., “Proletarians and Communists.”
However, instead of the UN overthrowing the capitalist system, it simply wants to tie it to a leash and be subject to the UN’s ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’ to redistribute wealth around the world to “magically elevate the poverty class to the middle class.
They wish to propose a common vision for the world.
Do not be misled about what the common vision means for you. The common vision that they want us all to share is the fearful future of manufactured crises and solutions that include separating the people and eventually culling or removing them.
Many of the policies and common visions presented by The United Nations “green economy” share the same ideals as the charter of the Trilateral Commission. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Barack Obama’s foreign adviser, was the co-founder of the Trilateral Commission along with David Rockefeller.
The original stated purpose of the Trilateral Commission was to create a “New International Economic Order.” Its current statement has morphed into fostering a “closer cooperation among these core democratic industrialized areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system. The Global plan is for all countries to live on the level of third world nations.
Economic sustainability can be achieved through a process known as “end game” strategies. Which include controls on ecological systems such as food, water and air. The agenda would severely limit water, electricity, and transportation– they also wish to curtail population.
COVID-19 is the perfect excuse to implement these policies.
The common vision they speak of will be through force and coercion. The common vision of a globalism based in Marxist philosophies has shown a historical track record of bloodletting and population reduction.
There is that old worn out axiom about the frog who is in a pot of water. If you throw a frog into a pot of boiling water, it and jumps out but if you keep the frog in lukewarm water and slowly bring the heat up you can successfully boil the frog.
We are now seeing the correct way to boil a frog from our political leaders that have dropped their masks to reveal the psychopathic monsters they truly are.
Governments are now applying the ‘boiling frog’ method of restricting people’s freedoms and the removal of privacy and general rights. However, they do on occasion overstep the mark or fail to adequately conceal their stealthy nefarious actions which inevitably leads to protest or insurrection. History has proven that violent insurrection usually fails, but it is rather foolish of authoritarian governments to take a gamble on this not happening. What is far more effective for us ‘plebs’ is non-violent insurrection, in the form of non-compliance – this worked wonders for both Gandhi and for Martin Luther-King, two of the most inspirational leaders of the 20th century. Nelson Mandela is another fine example of someone who led a monumental change, in South Africa, while also avoiding a catastrophic bloodbath; again, through advocating of non-violence and showing exceptional leadership skills.
At this moment in time, we are held hostage by a virus and the fear of what it might do to humanity. While public safety has to be a priority, one has to ask the question – what is this really about? Is this a manufactured crisis or is it is just opportunistic governments capitalizing on their best chance to roll out new draconian measures? Temporary emergency powers is one thing, but if there is no rollback after the crisis is over, what then? What if the crisis is one without end, like George Orwell’s perpetual war (in his novel 1984)? We have come to expect freedom, we are told that we live in the ‘free world’ yet we see our rights and freedoms and privacy being eroded by government legislation, corporate invasive technology and data collection. Where do we draw the line? When do we say enough is enough?
Strangely, the same technology that enables our surveillance monitoring is also the most powerful tool at our disposal. Internet and telecommunications enables us to share information, just as the ‘system’ collects information about all of us. For many, it has opened our eyes about government agendas, methods and operations as we now have unprecedented access to worldwide information, often in real-time, or within minutes and hours of events happening. Many believe that a new era of oppression is being rolled out, right now as we sit in our homes, enabled by the high-power, high-speed and low latency 5G network, worldwide by a hidden agency.
Conspiracies aside, there are many questions to be asked about our rights, what our freedoms should consist of and what the limits of government and corporate actions should be. We need to ask those questions, we need to demand answers and show the ‘powers that be’ that the thirst for true democracy is still alive and kicking. If we volunteer to be imprisoned or to become our own jailers then there is no hope for humanity. As in the past, humanity needs to assert itself, in order to remain free of despotism and it has never been more urgent than now.
At some point, for whatever reason, you have to come to the realization that the consensus narratives in our society about what’s going on are false. The tools that people are taught to use to inform themselves about their government, their nation, and their world are not just full of inaccuracies, but deliberate distortions.
There are many coronaviruses that our bodies are exposed to every year. However for some reason we are asked to hold out and wait for a vaccine for this one – we are being told to discourage herd immunity and no one is asking why.
There is no cure for the common cold which is also a coronavirus. They did not hold us on lockdown for SARS which is also a coronavirus far more deadly than the common cold or the flu.
We are learning that most of the same drugs they use for SARS and Malaria are saving COVID-19 patients and yet people are still afraid of dying from COVID-19 – so much so that they have become insensitive to those that need to work and open businesses.
The people need to decide what they want and need and there needs to be accountability against the peer pressure of inappropriate conformity.
We were all in for self-preservation and we remain on that course, or at least we should be on that course, or we will meet the same fate of that boiled frog.