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'Covid' Ops: Forum for a corporate coup?

Nations bowing to the hidden agenda?

By Steve HarrisonPublished 3 years ago 11 min read
From the World Economic Forum to the UN: Is it the start of a new world order?

Mention the word conspiracy in relation to the current “Covid-19” pandemic and the biggest difficulty people have in coming to terms with the possibility it could be true is the sheer scale of the operation… how could so many countries be party to such a plot?

China, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, India, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Russia, the United States, Argentina, Venezuela, Peru, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Saudi Arabia and Iran… just some of the countries locking down in the face of a global pandemic… one the World Economic Forum simulated just a couple of months before the first case emerged in Wuhan, China.

After all, this was something “philanthropists” such as Bill Gates had been warning us about… so of course it was only a matter of time before their predictions were proved correct… so, let’s all blame China. Dirty nasty wet markets, horrible breeding grounds for a terrible virus killing hundreds of thousands around the globe.

But, there you go, the answer is staring everyone in the face… just people fail to see what’s right in front of their noses… this is not China, Russia, Iran nor the United States… it’s the multi-billionaires and their cronies who sit on organisations such as the World Economic Forum forging ties beyond state borders to manipulate the world in order to extend their grip on power. They invest in China, Russia, Iran and the United States… and effectively control the governments that run these countries… their tentacles spread to all corners of the earth.

Us mere mortals are just factors of production, like land and capital, in the great scheme of things, just there to be manipulated and toyed with as the “chosen ones” map out the future of mankind.

The World Economic Forum was founded in 1971 with the aim of “improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas"… and its membership is made up of the world's largest corporations.

The group is chaired by founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab and is guided by a board of trustees that includes names such as Al Gore, Mark Carney, Jack Ma, Yo-Yo Ma, Mukesh Ambani, Marc Benioff, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Laurence Fink, Chrystia Freeland, Orit Gadiesh, Fabiola Gianotti, Herman Gref, Angel Gurria, Andre Hoffmann, Christine Lagarde, Peter Maurer, Luis Alberto Moreno, Muriel Penicaud, HM Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Rafael Reif, David Rubenstein, Mark Schneider, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Jim Hagemann Snabe, Feike Sijbesma, Heizo Takenaka and Zhu Min.

The forum hosts an annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, a mountain resort in Graubunden in the eastern Alps region of Switzerland, that brings together about 3,000 business leaders, international politicians, security specialists, economists, celebrities and journalists for up to five days to discuss global issues, across 500 public and private sessions. The organisation also convenes six to eight regional meetings each year in locations across Africa, East Asia, Latin America and India and holds two further annual meetings in China and the United Arab Emirates.

And about six weeks before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in early December last year the World Economic Forum, in co-operation with the Johns Hopkins Centre for Health Security and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ran a simulation in New York on 18 October with the specific purpose of mapping out the response of transnational corporations and governments to a coronavirus epidemic.

There were 15 world leaders involved in the Event 201 exercise, including the two Chinese and American officials in charge of fighting epidemics.

Of course, just a coincidence? Well not from where I’m standing. The World Economic Forum is just one of a plethora of “non-government organisations” and “secret societies” that bring these international powerbrokers together to forge the ties that are now changing our world forever.

Let’s not underestimate this, it is the “new normal”… except there’s nothing normal about it if you happen to be the “labour” element in the economic transformation that’s underway around the globe.

Other global organisations shaping the future include the Trilateral Commission, European Business Summit, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Council on Foreign Relations, the National Prayer Breakfast, the Bildeberg Group, the Asian Leadership Conference, the Boao Forum for Asia, the International Labour Organisation, the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, the Bohemian Club, Le Cercle and the Valdai Discussion Club.

All these international events and groups bring corporate leaders, academics, politicians, security agencies, kings and queens together to discuss agendas purportedly to bring about change for the betterment of everyone on the planet, except that we all know how power corrupts… and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Notable attendees of World Economic Forum events include Prince Andrew and then there’s board of trustees member Al Gore, himself not immune to allegations of sexual impropriety. It’s probably a case of what’s discussed in Davos, stays in Davos. And it’s a pretty safe bet that much of what goes on behind closed doors doesn’t make it into the WEF’s annual reports.

One Jeffrey Epstein was strangely a member of the Trilateral Commission, formed in 1973 by private citizens of Japan, the US, Canada and western European nations to foster substantive political and economic dialogue across the world. Other notable members have included former US National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, former US Assistant Secretary of Defence for International Security Affairs Joseph Nye, Japan Centre for International Exchange former president Tadashi Yamamoto, former US Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, former US Vice-President Walter Mondale and former US President Jimmy Carter. The list of members also includes our own Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer, who played a key role in keeping Jimmy Savile out of jail.

A precursor to both the World Economic Forum and the Trilateral Commission was the Bilderberg Meeting, an annual conference established in 1954 to foster dialogue between Europe and North America. The group’s agenda, originally to prevent another world war, is now defined as bolstering a consensus around free market Western capitalism and its interests around the globe.

Participants include political leaders, experts from industry, finance, academia, and the media, numbering between 120 and 150. Meetings were chaired by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands until 1976, with the current chairman being Henri de Castries… the former chairman and CEO of AXA until September 2016.

Funnily, the Bilderberg Group is named in a list of secret societies on the Occult World website, which are apparently “relatively small groups in which membership is gained by initiation”. Many of them are said to practise ritual ceremonies with religious influences, particularly that of mysticism and Satanism.

The website adds that many of the societies claim to be just social organisations, but people speculate these fraternities have hidden agendas but since their practices are meant to be “secret” little information is known about them. But the rumours that circulate lead many to believe the agenda is to bring about a “new world order” by deceiving the majority of the population to maintain power and increase wealth.

Other organisations on the Occult World list include Ahnenerbe, American Vision, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Foresters, Freemasonry, Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Illuminati, Job’s Daughters, Knights of Columbus, Knights of Maccabees, Knights of Pythias, Knights of the Golden Eagle, Knights Templar, Ku Klux Klan, Martinism, Modern Woodmen of America, Loyal Order of Moose, Order of the Patrons of Husbandry, Odd Fellows, Order of Owls, Order of the Garter, Ordo Templi Astarte, Ordo Templi Orientis, Red Men, Rosicrucians, Shriners International, The Grange, The Order of Skull and Bones, and the Thule Society.

Look deeper into these societies, forums, fraternities and the “trust funds” of the elite and it’s largely the same names and ideologies that keep cropping up.

At the 67th Bilderberg Meeting that took place in Montreux, Switzerland, from 30 May to 2 June last year about 130 participants from 23 countries discussed such matters as: a stable strategic order; climate change and sustainability; Europe; China; Russia; the future of capitalism; the ethics of artificial intelligence; the weaponisation of social media; the importance of space; and cyber threats.

The 2016 agenda for the World Economic Forum annual meeting focused on the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, a term coined by Schwab to describe the new generation of technological advances coming together to define the next wave of progress.

And this year the forum launched the Davos Manifesto 2020: The Universal Purpose of a Company in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The manifesto focuses on the type of capitalism to best “sustain our economic system for future generations” and suggests three models to choose from.

The first is “shareholder capitalism” embraced by most Western corporations, which holds that a company’s primary goal should be to maximize its profits. The second model is “state capitalism” which has risen to prominence in many emerging markets, not least China, where the government sets the direction of the economy.

But the World Economic Forum concludes that a third option, “stakeholder capitalism”, has the most to recommend it. This model sees private corporations as trustees of society... which the forum argues is the best response to today’s social and environmental challenges.

It sees the purpose of a company as being to engage all its stakeholders in shared and sustained value creation. By creating such value a company serves not only its shareholders, but all its stakeholders… employees, customers, suppliers, local communities and society at large. The best way to understand and harmonise the divergent interests of all stakeholders is through a shared commitment to policies and decisions that strengthen the long-term prosperity of a company.

So I think what the WEF manifesto is saying is that the company is king… and here we’re talking about the largest most powerful organisations in the world… and that it is everyone’s duty to abide by decisions that maintain the power of these corporations.

In turn these organisations should make decisions not based on profit alone but on what is best for society at large… except that we all know companies tend not to do what is best for communities. Take Bayer, Monsanto, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Amazon, the car manufacturers, the mining operations and the logging companies. Do they really care about communities?

In September 2015 the United Nations agreed on the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” called “Transforming Our World”.

According to the UN: “This agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.

“All countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan. We are resolved to free the human race from the tyranny of poverty and want and to heal and secure our planet. We are determined to take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path.

“As we embark on this collective journey, we pledge that no one will be left behind. The 17 sustainable development goals and 169 targets which we are announcing today demonstrate the scale and ambition of this new universal agenda. They seek to build on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what these did not achieve.

“They seek to realise the human rights of all and to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental.”

So what we have now is the United Nations, some of the most powerful strategic organisations on the planet, secret societies, huge corporate entities and vastly powerful investment funds working together to shape the world we live in.

The tawdry scandals affecting some of their own, such as Prince Andrew and unknown others implicated in the Jeffrey Epstein cover-up, and the need to push ahead with the roll-out of artificial intelligence making 2020 the starting point for this brave new world.

The “Covid-19” pandemic is just a smokescreen to convince us to bow to the plan. But don’t blame China, Russia, America or Iran… the rhetoric is just a diversion as well… this is about a corporate coup, sanctioned by the UN and condoned by governments from Algeria to Zimbabwe. I hope what they have in store for us is better than I fear it could be, but life as we knew it will never be the same!

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About the Creator

Steve Harrison

From Covid to the Ukraine... nothing is as it seems in the world. Don't just accept the mainstream brainwashing, open your eyes to the bigger picture at the heart of these staged productions.


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