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This topic is for discussing the "Great Reset" or "Fourth Industrial Revolution" being pushed and promoted by the World Economic Forum et al.

 

 

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unions across the board (mostly for Gov paid jobs like GPs , rail, teaching etc) are going big on 'at minimum' 11% pay increases

 

gov seems to encouraging the behaviour

 

looks like UBI money could be coming in by stealth through State paid jobs.

 

 

 

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I think this is probably a hoax, but based on what we're speculating is really planned. It's worth mentioning that I think the Americans are generally prone to be very self-obsessed, like they don't acknowledge often that there are a lot of other countries around the world suffering the same shit that's being inflicted on them. I'll be interested in others' opinions.  

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1MgaUEGSSY&t=507s

 

 

Another thing I notice is that while this is very scary, I think I've been dwelling on it for long enough now that I'm not actually scared. Bring it on. If I have the ability to resist (I mean whatever is in the pipeline) in any way, I will do, and if I have the ability to help anybody else, I will do. I've decided that's all I can do, so unless other specific ideas come along, I'm satisfied to say that's my plan.

 

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Yesterday 1 Euro = 1 USD.

Today, 1 Euro is cheaper than 1 USD.

Cheaper than USD!! Knowing US printed shit load of money......how is this possible?

 

Apparently, Ray Dalio has 10bn Euro short position to make a huge buck when SHTF. 😱

 

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Ray Dalio says, as above, 2021 there were so much money printing that it reached 85% but went down to 40%.

Both 1930s and 1990s reached 99%. Therefore, he thinks that stock market bubble hasn't burst yet. So if you are investing, go for something that is not going to disappear regardless of economical situation e.g. waste management, farming etc... People still need to eat...right? And waste is not going to stop.

 

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Not going to happen. Something changed this year. More bees are flying, flies and overall more insects. It is raining at night when the day was hot more often. The last few years was a drought compared to this year. They are desperate. First covid, now war. Food crisis is not going to happen. They are only selling fear. They are to fast now with their implementation of the plan. 2024 is closer and when icke is right they have to go. Love wins.

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7 hours ago, Rolandson said:

More bees are flying, flies and overall more insects. It is raining at night when the day was hot more often. The last few years was a drought compared to this year

 

I am interested in this observation you have, would you also say that since 2017 or so, it has also been noticeably more damp in the winter months, is this something you have noticed too?, i live in the UK.

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58 minutes ago, sock muppet said:

 

I am interested in this observation you have, would you also say that since 2017 or so, it has also been noticeably more damp in the winter months, is this something you have noticed too?, i live in the UK.

Winter was not like it used to be. Lets see how it is this year. Every year since 2013 it got worse. I don't know why we have much more bees than last year. They are still doing the same. 

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1 hour ago, Rolandson said:

Winter was not like it used to be. Lets see how it is this year. Every year since 2013 it got worse. I don't know why we have much more bees than last year. They are still doing the same. 

 

My interest is from this angle of things, https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/24007-100000-year-milankovitch-cycle-peaking-2024is-this-the-reason-why-they-are-locking-down-the-human-race/ , and i have also noticed a decrease in the flying bugs, the Bee decline seems to be reversing and on the increase that i have noticed too, which is good news.

 

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The difficulty with measuring the increase or decrease of insects is that there can be massive fluctuations even without human interference.

Quite Cleary our actions are not helping.

A good example is that a couple of years ago in the U.K, there were 10's of thousands of Painted Lady butterflies. I didn't see one despite having 30 acres of land primarily for wildlife habitat. Which I actively record.

The problem as well is that sometimes its difficult to pin point the source of a problem. Im in Cornwall but for all I know a decrease in a particular species could be as a result of a problem 1000's of miles away.

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It's been a good year for bees in Birmingham - I've seen them everywhere in large numbers. However, I've only seen two or three wasps. Usually, they are everywhere but there didn't seem to be many last year and next to none this summer.

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2 minutes ago, Doc said:

https://t.me/VigilantFox/5279

 

Ursula wants EU nations to cut their gas consumption by 15%.

 

I can't see your link, Doc, but a reduction will have taken place already with the number of businesses that have given up the ghost during & since the lockdowns. And what with the plans to (possibly) increase costs by 300% ish, the only ones likely to have the capacity to be anything but frugal with are the evil. There's zero evidence of them having curtailed their propensity to leap into their private jets at the drop of a hat and live it large. 

 

 

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On 7/16/2022 at 10:51 PM, Saved said:

It's been a good year for bees in Birmingham - I've seen them everywhere in large numbers. However, I've only seen two or three wasps. Usually, they are everywhere but there didn't seem to be many last year and next to none this summer.

This year in Russia (European part) I didn’t see wasp. No one. Very strange. But the weather was cold in early summer and spring, maybe it’s bad for wasps. 

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https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jul/21/revealed-oil-sectors-staggering-profits-last-50-years

 

Revealed: oil sector’s ‘staggering’ $3bn-a-day profits for last 50 years


Vast sums provide power to ‘buy every politician’ and delay action on climate crisis, says expert


Damian Carrington Environment editor


Thu 21 Jul 2022 11.30 BST

 

Typical; you see a headline like this, and it has to refer to climate change 

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8 hours ago, Doc said:

Sri Lanka have introduced fuel rationing via a QR code/app. Coming to Europe soon no doubt.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/sri-lanka-introduces-fuel-rationing-via-qr-code/

 

On Wednesday on Al Jazeera I saw an item on a country that has fuel rations to the extent that shops have restricted opening hours. 'A la lockdown'. I find this sickeningly fascinating, if you know what I mean. We predicted climate lockdowns, inflation, energy rations, cut backs, limited movement, curfews and all the rest, and we see it unfolding thick and fast. Bastards! Where's the laugh or I'll cry emoji ?

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2 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Freeze?

They'd love to control everyone through these fucking smartphones. Already I've tossed the supermarket loyalty schemes which demand it, and anything else that asks for it will go the same way. There are legal ramifications too, if those with certain conditions are not catered for in the smartphone-dependant world they want.

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On 7/16/2022 at 2:58 PM, sock muppet said:

 

My interest is from this angle of things, https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/24007-100000-year-milankovitch-cycle-peaking-2024is-this-the-reason-why-they-are-locking-down-the-human-race/ , and i have also noticed a decrease in the flying bugs, the Bee decline seems to be reversing and on the increase that i have noticed too, which is good news.

 

The powers at be are only interested in bee numbers because they pollinate their corporate farms. All insects directly or indirectly help pollinate. All animals including humans spread seeds etc as a result of coming into contact with them. Imo they just want to control the game by making us believe there is only one team.

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2 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

They'd love to control everyone through these fucking smartphones. Already I've tossed the supermarket loyalty schemes which demand it, and anything else that asks for it will go the same way. There are legal ramifications too, if those with certain conditions are not catered for in the smartphone-dependant world they want.

They can stick their smartphone right up their @£#&

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