COVID Propaganda Roundup: The Planned Supply Line Demolition (It’s the Feature, Not the Bug)
By Ben Bartee - October 21, 2021

The latest updates on the “new normal” – chronicling the lies, distortions, and abuses by the ruling class.

“We have an incredible opportunity to create entirely new sustainable industries, products, services and supply chains,” said His Highness the (unelected) Prince of Wales in the inaugural Great Reset speech to the World Economic Forum back in January 2020.

Back then, all signs pointed to this “novel coronavirus” being just another in the SARS lineage – an obscure emergent viral pathogen that would dominate the headlines for two or three 24-hour news cycles and then flame out somewhere in Asia.

Unbeknownst to the rabble in the lower socioeconomic strata, the World Economic Forum had already set the multinational wheels of economic revolution in motion.

The corporate-state media would have you believe that the Great Reset is just a reaction to the pandemic. Klaus Schwab, in his Nostradamus-like prescience, somehow managed to write an entire book between January and July 2020, before anyone in the public knew anything substantial about the virus, detailing how COVID-19 would be used to “reflect, reimagine, and reset our world.”

This is a lie.

On the contrary, the social engineers had meticulously planned the Great Reset going back decades but – just like the American neocons needed 9/11 to invade a decade and a half before – the multinational elite of Davos, WEF, and UN needed a precipitating event that could afford the public consent they needed to institute drastic change.

Justifying a lockdown of the internationalized economy (the source of the current supply chain crisis) would have been impossible without the handy excuse of a global pandemic.

Through an orchestrated media fearmongering campaign, they had the ammunition they needed to obliterate the public’s psychological defenses.


CNN, Feb 20, 2020

As far back as Feb. 2020, the supply chain destruction – caused by the intentional decision to lockdown commerce, not the coronavirus itself — was already evident. Corrective action could have mitigated the damage, at the very least. The social engineers pressed forward full-steam ahead anyway – because global economic collapse was the feature, not the bug.

So far from an unforeseen byproduct of well-intentioned public health measures, the near-total supply line collapse is just another domino in a global game that serves a very particular agenda (not yours).

To “reimagine” something entirely new implies the destruction of the old — so destruction is what you get.

International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Warns of ‘System Collapse’

Via ICS Press Release:

“We are witnessing unprecedented disruptions and global delays and shortages on essential goods including electronics, food, fuel and medical supplies. Consumer demand is rising and the delays look set to worsen ahead of Christmas and continue into 2022…”

Gallup Poll: 60% of US Adults Now Unable to Get Products They Need

Via Gallup:

“Sixty percent of U.S. adults say they have been unable to get a product they wanted in the past two months because of shortages, and 57% have experienced significant delays in receiving a product they ordered.”

Multinational Corporate Chains Charter Private Vessels to Move Product

Via Banking Rates:

“The cost to lease a ship is $1 million to $2 million per month, plus operating costs. Renting the containers can add on several hundred dollars and the biggest retailers are using between 500 and 1,500 containers per month… The companies chartering ships now have more flexibility and can avoid congested ports.”

The capacity to contract with private shippers is convenient for Walmart, Target, and the other off-shore, multinational corporate behemoths, but American small businesses typically don’t have an extra $1 million in cash to splurge on these leases, or the scale to make it worthwhile.

What will happen to them, then? They’ll get a one-way ticket to “Great Reset” Oblivion.

National Academies of Sciences: Lockdowns Produced No Public Health Benefit

The biggest travesty of all is that none of this economic punishment produced any of the promised public health benefit.

Via National Academies of Sciences:

“Previous studies have claimed that shelter-in-place orders saved thousands of lives, but we reassess these analyses and show that they are not reliable. We find that shelter-in-place orders had no detectable health benefits.

World Economic Forum: ‘We Must Prepare For an Angrier World’

Where is all of this headed?

The calculus goes like this:

  • Forced economic shutdowns will wreck national economies
  • Economic hardship will lead to (even more) political anger
  • Un-hip to the international crime syndicate headed by the WEF, UN, and WHO, citizens will blame their national/local-level leaders
  • Local/national governments will become unstable
  • The political ground will be fertilized for international-level intervention to “correct” the problem created by internationally-led economic lockdowns of the global supply chain
  • Political sovereignty of the various nation-states will be further undermined and the internationalized political regime – the so-called “New World Order” – will gain traction

¡Understand that none of this happened by accident!

The Big Lie: In the corporate media, the narrative goes: “golly gee, no one could have predicted that the supply lines would collapse and drag the economy into the gutter, pushing tens of millions worldwide into starvation and collapsing the entire globalized economy with interdependent supply lines that depend on international shipping across national borders.”

The Truth: the WHO, the UN, et al. are arsonists, COVID fear is the gasoline, the lockdowns are the blaze, and the First World is the building on fire.

*A note on the multinational corporate angle:

The Fortune 500, in the aggregate, spend billions upon untold billions on market research and forecasting. To believe that none of them foresaw the fallout of lockdowns would be naïve.

They did portend the future and consented. Along with the multinational governing bodies like the UN, the multinational mega-corporations are the vehicle of the global corporate technocracy, not – as Americanized libertarian ideology claims — its antidote.

The good news on this front is that the Right in the West – the only hope at this point of non-futile resistance – has appeared to awaken in the past year and a half.

The very tiny proportion of the GOP that is not fully compromised by the corporate state — like Rand Paul, Ron Johnson, et al. — have taken baby steps towards acknowledging the global, tyrannical ambitions of the corporate state publicly but they must step harder on the gas. The time for half-measures is past.

Ben Bartee is a Bangkok-based American journalist with opposable thumbs. Follow his stuff via his blog, Armageddon Prose, Substack, or Patreon.

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