For those who have not yet made this disturbing discovery, the Great Reset agenda was first unveiled by the World Economic Forum as a cover for imposing a new world economic order upon nation states. This reset hides behind a veneer of morality but is actually reveals a to feudalism with a technotronic twist.
In this episode of Geopolitics and Empire, I had the opportunity to discuss the causes, history and purpose of the idea of world government which has poisoned so much of recent history. In this discussion, we contrast two opposing ways of defining the species and world economies: 1) open system vs 2) closed system. When we explore the minds of such statesmen as Xi Jinping and Putin today, or JFK, FDR and Lincoln in the past, we can recognize a similar understanding of natural law which stands in stark contrast to the misanthropic depopulation-oriented agenda of Davos-creatures today and their League of Nations-pushing imperial forbears of the past.
I have started assembling the top twelve minds for the creation of Web 3.0. This was written by one of the twelve.
The SORA Parliament
Multi-body sortition allows for collusion- and censorship-resistant governance
Unlike many other blockchain networks and societies that use token voting, SORA will utilize multi-body sortition in order to govern the SORA blockchain network and use of the SORA funds in a decentralized way
In the SORA Parliament, no single body or committee can both propose and decide something; clear separation of powers allows for careful review and avoids self-selection
The recent decision by President Vladimir Putin to create an independent Internet with a separate Domain Name System (DNC) that is impervious to Western attack including data corruption and mis-representation is a good decision. President Putin’s desire to have such an independent Internet in place by August 2018 is ambitious but achievable. It is a great pity that the BRICS have wasted four years since they first considered this essential need.
On the evening of 9 February 2017 Col Dr Doug Macgregor presented a new briefing to a packed house at the Metropolitan Club of Washington, DC. Summarizing his latest book, Margin of Victory, his extemporaneous commentary was riveting.
His two most important points: first, that Grand Strategy covers all elements of national policy, not only national security — commerce and diplomacy, agriculture and energy — ALL elements of national policy must be managed as a whole to achieve peace and prosperity; and second, that wars are won or lost based on the ten years of strategy, policy, and acquisition that precede them — he did not say this, but it was clear that the military we have today cannot win wars.