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“The New Normal” | New Documentary – “Resetting means erasing and restoring.”

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The Great Reset - World economic forum

49:02 here’s what klaus schwab thinks people

49:04 assume

49:06 we are just going back to the good old

49:09 world which we had

49:11 and everything will be normal again in

49:14 how we are used to normal in the old

49:17 fashion

49:18 this is let’s say fiction

49:21 it will not happen

“Suddenly it all comes down, all at once. You see what you are, what you have done, or, more accurately, what you haven’t done (for that was all that was required of most of us: that we did nothing) . . . You remember everything now, and your heart breaks. Too late. You are compromised beyond repair.” ~ A German professor describing the coming of fascism in They Thought They Were Free by Milton Mayer


00:06 march 11 00:07 2020 the world health organization 00:10 declared an outbreak of sars 00:12 cov2 covet 19 can be characterized 00:16 as a pandemic since then we’ve been 00:19 locked down 00:20 four times i must give the british 00:22 people a very simple 00:24 instruction you must stay at home 00:27 we’ve received a daily death toll the uk 00:30 death toll 00:30 now stands at 3605 00:35 we’ve been refused medical treatment 00:37 coronavirus is having a devastating 00:39 effect 00:40 on cancer treatment we’ve received 00:42 curfews 00:43 boris johnson will tomorrow uh institute 00:46 at 10 p.m curfew on pubs 00:49 up and down the country we’ve had our 00:52 businesses closed 00:54 you know what’s going on is wrong you 00:56 know it as well 01:00 [Music] 01:03 [Applause] 01:05 we’ve been restricted from seeing loved 01:07 ones hang on a minute don’t take her 01:10 away 01:10 hey don’t take her away 01:14 don’t take her away 01:17 we’ve not been allowed to socialize the 01:19 struggle ended 01:20 with beth taking her own life 01:24 we’ve been forbidden to protest tell me 01:26 what lie i have broken you cannot tell 01:28 me 01:29 any law that i’ve broken we’ve been 01:32 assaulted 01:34 look at this all right 01:42 [Music] 01:50 she was an old lady robbed of her 01:53 dignity 01:55 for having the courage to protest all 01:58 this 01:58 has been imposed using bad data the ons 02:01 data 02:02 this week came out and said that it was 02:04 um 02:05 it had been downgraded so the knockdown 02:08 2 was based again 02:10 on dodgy numbers false infection rates 02:14 according to report in this morning’s 02:15 times uh 30 02:17 of test results uh give false positives 02:19 the 02:21 the app will only tell you to 02:23 self-isolate 02:25 if you’ve been in close contact with 02:27 somebody who’s tested positive yeah but 02:28 they could be false positives well you 02:31 will have had to be 02:32 in close contact with somebody for it to 02:34 tell you to self-isolate 02:36 yeah but their test in itself might have 02:37 been a false positive 02:39 and inflated mortality rates the 02:41 definition of a coronavirus death 02:43 is someone who dies for any reason 02:45 within 28 days of positive tests 02:48 [Music] 02:49 they have accelerated the release of a 02:51 vaccine 02:52 but will life return to normal i mean 02:56 just simple words there reacting it 02:58 you’re quite emotional by that 03:00 well it’s just it’s been you know it’s 03:03 been such a tough year for so many 03:04 people and 03:06 you know we can get on with our lives or 03:09 will we see a new normal 03:10 a world with harsh tyrannical rules 03:13 governed by a centralized totalitarian 03:16 state 03:18 [Music] 03:24 since covert 19 was declared a pandemic 03:27 many have speculated that it’s been 03:29 planned by a group of tech elites 03:31 who are dictating to governments 03:32 globally but do these ideas carry any 03:36 weight 03:36 and what might their motives be for 03:39 orchestrating a global pandemic 03:42 to understand we must first explore a 03:44 significant shift that’s been taking 03:46 place in our economy 03:48 one that only a minority of people are 03:50 aware of 03:51 it’s called the fourth industrial 03:53 revolution 03:55 to date there have been three industrial 03:58 revolutions 03:59 the first happened in the late 1700s 04:01 with the invention of the steam engine 04:03 which led to the creation of factories 04:05 and a booming textile industry 04:07 in the late 1800s the second industrial 04:09 revolution was marked by mass production 04:12 as well as new industries like steel and 04:14 electricity 04:16 and the third happened in the late 1900s 04:19 which saw the invention of the computer 04:20 in the internet 04:23 now the fourth industrial revolution 04:25 describes the emergence 04:27 of artificial intelligence and how it 04:29 integrates more with humans 04:33 artificial intelligence or a.i can 04:36 already be seen in our daily lives 04:38 from how we check out at the supermarket 04:40 to how we check in for a flight 04:43 but it’s far more advanced than most 04:45 people realize 04:47 in august 2020 entrepreneur elon musk 04:51 gave a demo 04:52 of his new company neuralink connected 04:55 to our brains with tiny wires 04:57 this microchip is synced with ai 05:00 enabling humans to control 05:01 anything from prosthetic limbs to 05:03 computer games 05:05 this working proof of concept has 05:07 already been fitted into people 05:09 it has the potential to completely 05:11 transform the way we interact online 05:14 there’s actually a lot of functions that 05:15 this device could do 05:17 related to monitoring your health and 05:19 warning you about a possible heart 05:20 attack or stroke or other 05:22 damage as well as uh sort of convenience 05:25 features like playing music 05:26 um you do a lot um it’s sort of like if 05:29 your 05:30 phone went at your brain or something 05:32 it’s a cyborg 05:34 it’s a combination it’s a combination of 05:36 electronics and biology yeah 05:38 things are getting more and more 05:39 connected kai thuli 05:42 is the former president of google china 05:44 and microsoft research 05:46 china as well as the author of new york 05:48 times bestseller 05:50 ai superpowers china silicon valley and 05:53 the new world order 05:54 kaifu believes that china will be the ai 05:57 superpower within five years 06:00 for those of you haven’t been to china 06:01 for the three years please be careful 06:03 when you go because 06:04 your credit card and cash may not be 06:06 accepted 06:08 china has pretty much been taken over by 06:10 mobile payment 06:11 in the age of ai if data is the new oil 06:15 then china is the new saudi arabia one 06:17 concern 06:18 that is topical in the development of ai 06:21 is the displacement of jobs 06:22 robots are clearly replacing people’s 06:24 jobs they’re working 24×7 06:26 they’re more efficient so therefore are 06:28 you convinced long term that we’re going 06:30 to have a jobs problem in the world 06:33 not long term but maybe in the next 10 06:35 years within the next 10 years you mean 06:36 it’s going to happen much sooner 06:38 much sooner if a lot of people will find 06:40 happiness without working 06:42 that would be a happy outcome 06:45 at amazon fulfillment centers robots 06:48 transport items to humans 06:50 who then pack them to be delivered 06:52 amazon believes 06:53 that within 10 years they will not need 06:55 a single human to fulfill an order 06:59 according to the world economic forum 50 07:02 of the workforce 07:03 will need reskilling by 2025 07:06 and it’s likely that only a fraction of 07:08 these will find work 07:09 resulting in a large proportion of the 07:11 workforce becoming unemployed 07:16 it’s a pretty good chance we end up with 07:18 a universal basic income 07:19 or something like that due to automation 07:22 you know people have time to do 07:24 other things and have more complex 07:26 things more interesting things 07:28 absolutely more leisure time and then we 07:30 got to figure out how we integrate with 07:32 a world in the future with advanced ai 07:34 one idea that is gaining popularity 07:37 is to charge tech companies with a robot 07:39 tax which can be distributed to the 07:41 unemployed as a universal basic income 07:44 i don’t think the robot companies are 07:45 gonna you know be outraged 07:47 that there might be a tax 07:51 it’s okay 07:54 contrary to the past whose previously 07:57 revolutions 07:58 probably jobs will be faster destroyed 08:02 compared to new ones being created 08:06 this is klaus schwab the author of this 08:09 book the fourth industrial revolution 08:12 he’s also the executive chairman of the 08:14 world economic forum 08:16 which is funded by the largest global 08:18 enterprises and whose members include 08:20 ceos heads of state and government 08:23 ministers from countries 08:25 such as the uk and us the fourth 08:27 industrial revolution will 08:29 impact our lives completely it will 08:32 change 08:32 actually as our own identity of course 08:36 gives life 08:37 to such policies and 08:40 developments like smart traffic smart 08:43 government 08:44 smart cities in june 2019 08:48 the uk government published details 08:50 about their partnership with the world 08:51 economic forum 08:52 in a policy called regulation for the 08:55 fourth industrial revolution 08:58 one year later in june 2020 the world 09:01 economic forum released this promotional 09:03 video 09:03 entitled the great reset 09:11 [Music] 09:15 the purpose for this film is to imply 09:17 that everything 09:18 from economics to our culture needs to 09:20 change 09:25 [Music] 09:25 [Applause] 09:26 [Music] 09:36 [Music] 09:39 after the reset it shows images of 09:42 digital technology 09:44 biological cells populations cash 09:48 climate change traffic management 09:55 and this seem familiar 10:00 this promotional video was released six 10:03 months before margaret 10:04 keenan received the first covered 19 10:06 vaccine 10:08 [Music] 10:12 in november 2020 time magazine published 10:16 the great reset on their front cover 10:18 the world economic forum’s managing 10:20 director jeremy jergens 10:21 believes that it will have a devastating 10:23 impact on our economy 10:25 you know if we look at the great reset 10:28 we’re still at the early stages 10:30 of a global crisis this is going to 10:32 forever 10:33 uh transform society you know when it 10:36 first started people said okay 10:37 this is the biggest crisis to hit since 10:41 2007-2008 financial crisis 10:43 and then a little bit later he said oh 10:46 wow this is the biggest crisis 10:48 since world war ii now we’re looking at 10:50 them and say no look this is comparable 10:52 to what happened in the great depression 10:56 politicians are also endorsing the 10:58 campaign this pandemic has provided an 11:00 opportunity for a reset this is our 11:03 chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic 11:05 efforts 11:06 to reimagine economic systems history 11:08 would look at this crisis 11:11 as the great opportunity for reset 11:14 all elements of the great reset are 11:16 fundamental to building the future we 11:18 need 11:19 and it’s even promoted by the royal 11:21 family 11:22 who posted this video on their youtube 11:24 page with the great 11:26 reset hashtag we are on the verge of 11:29 catalytic breakthroughs 11:31 that will alter our view of what is 11:34 possible 11:35 and profitable within the framework 11:38 of a sustainable future we 11:42 need nothing short of a paradigm shift 11:44 one that inspires 11:45 action at revolutionary levels and pace 11:51 we simply cannot waste any more time 11:55 the only limit is our willingness to act 11:58 [Music] 12:06 and the time to act 12:09 is now the world economic forum believes 12:13 that capitalism needs to be reinvented 12:16 their buildback better slogan has been 12:18 adopted by politicians across the globe 12:21 this moment also gives us a much greater 12:24 chance 12:24 to be radical and to do things 12:27 differently 12:28 to build back better because we can only 12:31 build back better 12:32 if we lean on one another over the last 12:35 two weeks i’ve shared my agenda for 12:37 economic recovery 12:39 i call it buildback better because we 12:41 can’t just build back to the way things 12:43 were before 12:44 we have to do it better and the first 12:46 plank of my buildback better plan 12:48 rejects 12:49 the defeatist view that ultimate that 12:52 automation 12:53 and globalization mean we can ensure 12:56 american workers 12:58 lead to a future made in america 13:01 so what does the world look like after 13:03 the great reset 13:05 this social media post by the world 13:07 economic forum demonstrates eight 13:09 predictions by 2030 13:11 here are three of them you’ll own 13:14 nothing and you’ll be happy 13:17 whatever you want you’ll rent and it’ll 13:19 be delivered by drone 13:22 and western values will have been tested 13:25 to the breaking point 13:28 many of boris johnson’s new policies 13:30 fall in line with the world economic 13:31 forum’s objectives in november 2020 his 13:35 new green industrial revolution plan 13:38 included a ban on petrol and diesel cars 13:40 by 2030 13:42 combined with other current restrictions 13:45 such as blocking vehicle access to side 13:47 roads 13:48 causing gridlock on main roads extending 13:50 the congestion zone 13:52 and introducing a paper mile road tax 13:55 one might think that he’s attempting to 13:57 remove ownership of cars 14:00 the biggest application is the 14:02 autonomous driving 14:04 this is going to replace the entire 14:06 transportation 14:07 that we have we’re used to today you 14:09 will no longer buy cars 14:12 your car is parked 96 of the time 14:16 so it’s depreciating how bad is that for 14:18 an investment 14:19 right only four percent of the time is 14:21 it getting you from place a to place b 14:23 but imagine there is uber that gets here 14:26 in 30 seconds 14:28 and is very reliable very clean and 14:30 there’s no nasty driver because there is 14:32 no driver 14:33 and it’s very safe would you not not buy 14:36 a car 14:40 one thing about ai is it gets better 14:42 with data in 10 years 14:44 after its first launch it will probably 14:46 be so much better than people 14:47 most of us will be afraid to drive you 14:49 know why because 14:51 autonomous vehicles will start talking 14:53 to each other they will miss each other 14:55 by one centimeter 14:56 and we as humans are will become our 14:59 worst enemies 15:00 because we’re going to be the threat to 15:01 our lives the machines are going to be 15:03 safe 15:04 and pretty soon after that humans will 15:06 be disallowed from driving 15:08 suppose you’re a 50 years old truck 15:10 driver 15:11 and you just lost your job to a 15:14 self-driving vehicle 15:16 now there are new jobs in designing 15:20 software 15:20 or in teaching yoga to engineers 15:24 but how does a 50 years old truck driver 15:27 reinvent himself or herself 15:30 as a software engineer or as a yoga 15:32 teacher 15:33 because ai is nowhere near its full 15:36 potential 15:38 all jobs will disappear new jobs will 15:41 emerge 15:42 but then the new jobs will rapidly 15:44 change 15:45 and vanish at the world economic forum 15:48 2020 annual meeting in davos 15:51 historian philosopher and author yuval 15:54 noel harari 15:55 warned the audience about the dangers of 15:57 artificial intelligence 15:59 we hear so much about the enormous 16:02 promises of technology 16:04 and these promises are certainly real 16:07 but 16:07 technology might also disrupt human 16:10 society 16:12 and the very meaning of human life in 16:15 numerous ways 16:16 ranging from the creation of a global 16:20 useless class to the rise of data 16:23 colonialism 16:25 and of digital dictatorships those who 16:28 fail 16:29 in the struggle against irrelevance 16:31 would constitute a new 16:33 useless class and this useless class 16:37 will be separated by an evil growing gap 16:41 from the ever more powerful elite 16:44 we are already in the midst of an ai 16:48 arms race with china and the usa 16:51 leading the race and most countries 16:54 being left 16:55 far far behind a.i will likely create 16:59 immense wealth in a few high-tech hubs 17:04 while other countries will either go 17:06 bankrupt 17:08 or will become exploited data colonies 17:12 just think what will happen to 17:15 developing economies once it is 17:18 cheaper to produce cars in california 17:22 than in mexico and what will happen 17:26 to politics in your country in 20 years 17:30 when somebody in san francisco or in 17:33 beijing 17:35 knows the entire medical and personal 17:39 history of every politician 17:42 and every journalist in your country 17:44 including all the sexual escapades 17:48 all their mental weaknesses and all 17:50 their corrupt dealings 17:52 when you have enough data you don’t need 17:55 to send soldiers 17:57 in order to control a country 18:00 between the beginning of the pandemic 18:02 and august 2020 alone 18:04 seven silicon valley tech giants added 18:06 nearly 2.5 trillion to their market 18:09 values 18:10 400 billion of which was added by 18:12 microsoft 18:14 founder bill gates also has an interest 18:16 in vaccines 18:17 where he through the bill and melinda 18:19 gates foundation 18:21 owns stock in the vaccine manufacturing 18:23 companies visa 18:24 and moderna both companies have been 18:27 developing a new generation of vaccines 18:29 that interacts directly with our dna 18:33 traditional immunization methods involve 18:35 injecting a dead or a weakened form of 18:38 the virus 18:38 this triggers the immune system to 18:40 create antibodies which helps to protect 18:42 us in the case of a virus getting into 18:44 our system 18:46 visors and moderna’s new messenger rna 18:48 technology however 18:49 is not a standard immunization vaccine 18:51 but rather genetic engineering 18:54 instead of injecting a virus into the 18:55 patient their approach is to inject 18:57 synthetic molecules that transport 18:59 instructions to the cell on how to 19:01 create 19:02 antibodies to fight the virus up until 19:05 november 2020 19:07 no messenger rna vaccine had ever been 19:10 approved for use 19:10 on humans on the 21st of november 2020 19:16 the lancet expressed disappointment that 19:18 the kobit-19 vaccine trial results were 19:20 announced via press releases 19:23 leaving many scientific uncertainties 19:25 due to the lack of safety data 19:28 the publication also expressed 19:30 uncertainty 19:31 on how well the vaccines work in older 19:34 people 19:34 or those with underlying conditions as 19:37 well as their efficacy 19:38 in preventing severe disease 19:39 [Music] 19:43 in early december 2020 a group of 19:46 medical doctors from around the world 19:47 created a video to warn the public about 19:50 the safety of the vaccine 19:52 due to the excuse of a global pandemic 19:54 the pharma industry 19:56 has the permission to skip the animal 19:59 trials 20:00 this means that we humans will be the 20:03 queen epics 20:04 this vaccine has been developed too 20:07 quickly 20:08 we have no idea what the long-term 20:11 effects will be 20:13 an experiment on humanity there is only 20:16 limited 20:17 short-term safety data and no long-term 20:20 safety data to rule out late onset 20:23 negative effects 20:24 like autoimmune diseases infertility and 20:27 cancers 20:28 please be critical do your own research 20:31 and don’t let the media manipulate you 20:34 this is the first time ever 20:35 this will ever be launched on the human 20:37 race there are so 20:39 many different awful things that can 20:41 happen to us and we need to investigate 20:43 this before we go forward 20:44 this is my alarm call to the world on 20:47 the 19th of december 2020 20:50 the cdc published this report by the 20:52 advisory committee 20:54 on immunization practices just one day 20:57 after the uk initiated vaccination with 21:00 advisor by on tech covert 19 vaccine 21:02 authorities confirmed two cases of 21:05 anaphylaxis 21:06 which is a very serious allergic 21:08 reaction that is rapid in onset 21:10 and may cause death on page six under 21:14 the title 21:15 v safe active surveillance for covert 19 21:17 vaccines 21:19 3150 or 2.8 percent 21:23 of the 112 807 vaccine recipients 21:27 were unable to perform normal daily 21:29 activities 21:30 unable to work or required care from a 21:33 doctor or health care professional 21:35 if 60 million people in the uk have 21:38 the vaccine we can expect 1.67 21:42 million people to be unable to work 21:46 unable to perform normal daily 21:48 activities 21:49 and to require care i don’t know how 21:52 long for 21:53 if six billion people worldwide have the 21:57 vaccine 21:58 then the number rises to 167 22:01 million and this remember is a short 22:04 term problem 22:07 we don’t know what will happen in the 22:08 medium and long term the side effects 22:11 for the moderna vaccine sound 22:12 concerning we looked after the second 22:15 dose 22:16 at least 80 percent of participants 22:18 experienced a systemic 22:20 side effect ranging from severe chills 22:23 to fevers 22:25 so are these vaccines safe 22:29 well the the fda 22:34 not being pressured will look hard at 22:37 that the fda is the gold standard of 22:39 regulators 22:40 uh and their current guidance on this 22:44 if they stick with that is is very very 22:46 appropriate 22:47 uh and you know the 22:50 the the the side effects were not super 22:54 severe that is it didn’t 22:55 cause permanent health problems for uh 22:59 the things that they you know moderna 23:01 did have to go with the fairly 23:02 high dose and so uh you know to get the 23:06 antibodies some of the other vaccines uh 23:10 are going able to go with lower doses to 23:13 get 23:13 uh responses that are are pretty high 23:16 including the 23:17 the jnj and the pfizer and so there’s a 23:20 lot of 23:20 characteristics of these vaccines um 23:24 it’s great that we have multiple of them 23:26 uh 23:27 that are going out there and yes you 23:29 know the data better than i do 23:31 but the bill that the data show that 23:33 everybody with a high dose had 23:35 a side effect 23:38 in addition to their interest in 23:39 vaccines the bill and melinda gates 23:41 foundation donates money to media 23:43 organizations such as the bbc 23:47 universities that provide media 23:48 representatives 23:50 and in partnership with the world 23:51 economic forum event 23:53 201 which simulated a coronavirus 23:57 induced pandemic 23:58 five months prior to the actual pandemic 24:01 on behalf of our center and our partners 24:03 the world economic forum 24:05 and the bill and melinda gates 24:06 foundation i’d like to extend a very 24:08 warm welcome to 24:10 our audience here in new york the goal 24:12 of the event 201 exercise 24:14 is to illustrate the potential 24:16 consequences of 24:18 a pandemic and the kinds of societal and 24:21 economic challenges it would pose 24:24 a new coronavirus spread silently within 24:28 herds 24:29 gradually farmers started getting sick 24:33 infected people got a respiratory 24:34 illness with symptoms ranging from mild 24:37 flu-like 24:38 signs to severe pneumonia the sickest 24:41 required intensive care 24:43 many died experts agree 24:46 unless it is quickly controlled it could 24:49 lead to a severe pandemic 24:51 an outbreak that circles the globe and 24:54 affects 24:55 people everywhere the scenario also 24:57 highlights 24:58 the very critical role that global 25:00 business and public-private partnerships 25:03 play 25:03 in preparing for and responding to 25:05 pandemics 25:08 by the turn of the 20th century 90 of 25:10 all 25:11 u.s refineries were controlled by john 25:13 rockefeller 25:14 who went on to monopolize the 25:15 pharmaceutical industry 25:18 he had six children who founded venrock 25:21 a venture capital company 25:23 which made investments in tech companies 25:24 such as apple and intel 25:27 in 2010 the rockefeller foundation 25:30 released a document called scenarios for 25:32 the future of technology 25:34 and international development which 25:36 described a pandemic scenario with the 25:38 headline 25:39 a world of tighter top-down government 25:41 control 25:42 and more authoritarian leadership during 25:45 the pandemic 25:46 national leaders around the world flexed 25:48 their authority 25:49 and imposed airtight rules and 25:51 restrictions from the mandatory wearing 25:53 of face masks 25:55 to body temperature checks citizens 25:58 willingly gave up some of their 26:00 sovereignty and their privacy 26:02 in exchange for greater safety and 26:04 stability 26:06 this heightened oversight took many 26:07 forms such as biometric ids for all 26:10 citizens 26:12 while there’s no evidence to suggest 26:14 that this ten-year-old document has any 26:16 relation to the current pandemic 26:18 it was accurate in predicting many 26:20 extreme restrictions that are being 26:22 imposed on us today 26:25 recently in december 2020 26:28 the rockefeller foundation published 26:30 this report 26:31 covered 19 vaccines have arrived with 26:34 enough supply to vaccinate as many as 50 26:37 million people 26:38 by the end of january but these initial 26:40 doses will do little in the short term 26:43 to arrest an epidemic that is raging out 26:45 of control 26:47 by the end of january the country will 26:49 likely be able to conduct more than 70 26:51 million tests 26:52 each week a number that is expected to 26:55 double 26:55 to 200 million by april 2021 27:02 they advise the us government students 27:05 should be tested at least once a week 27:07 every week does advice from a large u.s 27:11 organization have the potential to 27:13 influence uk government policy 27:16 health secretary this evening announced 27:17 an emergency targeted testing program 27:20 for secondary schools we’ve decided to 27:22 put in place an immediate plan 27:24 for testing all secondary school age 27:26 children 27:27 in the seven worst affected boroughs of 27:29 london in parts of 27:31 essex that border london and parts of 27:33 kent 27:37 the test used to detect positive cases 27:40 is called pcr 27:41 and it only requires very small samples 27:44 to see if there’s any virus present 27:46 now pcr doesn’t tell you if what it 27:48 detects is infectious 27:50 it may pick up on virus fragments from a 27:52 past infection 27:53 that isn’t currently making you sick now 27:56 this means there could be false 27:57 positives 27:58 so there’s a positive test result but no 28:01 active infection 28:02 let’s deal with this test for infection 28:04 the pcr i want to ask you 28:06 if you think it’s reliable enough dr 28:09 daniels 28:10 i’m an nhs clinician and we’ve got 28:13 experience with these pcr tests 28:15 for many many years and the reality is 28:18 we always take the results with a little 28:20 bit of a pinch of salt 28:22 you test a thousand people one of whom 28:24 is positive but the test will pick up 28:25 six people if it’s got a 0.5 percent 28:28 false positive rate 28:29 that’s significant if it’s being used to 28:31 drive policy decisions 28:32 if you’re tested repeatedly all to 28:35 become greater and greater that you will 28:37 get a positive test and it’s a 28:39 convenience however it’s playing some 28:41 macabre game because i don’t think it’s 28:42 an 28:43 error anymore but this industrial scale 28:46 pcr test 28:47 they don’t release even the basic 28:49 information about it like the false 28:51 positive rate 28:52 it’s unbelievable the public health 28:54 people who do know better i’ve spoken to 28:56 some people in it and they’re 28:57 embarrassed they’re not even being 28:58 allowed to characterize and publish 29:00 the information you would need to know 29:02 to work out how useful the test is 29:04 that’s not being done it’s full steam 29:06 ahead 29:07 with the pcr test providing a high rate 29:10 of false positives 29:12 is their intention to boost infection 29:15 rates 29:15 in order to justify more lockdowns 29:19 in the early 90s disease mongering 29:22 was a strategy coined by pharmaceutical 29:25 companies for creating a disease 29:27 and scaring people than offering a 29:29 pre-planned drug 29:30 if today’s most powerful people wanted 29:34 to accelerate the shift towards the 29:35 fourth industrial revolution 29:37 by removing jobs and reinventing 29:39 capitalism 29:41 this problem reaction solution strategy 29:44 would be effective in achieving it 29:46 one create a problem release a 29:48 coronavirus and declare a global 29:51 pandemic 29:52 the coronavirus outbreak has been 29:53 declared a pandemic 29:55 two create a reaction ramp up fear 29:58 with a propaganda campaign and destroy 30:01 the economy by forcing businesses to 30:03 close 30:04 we are collectively telling telling 30:07 cafes pubs bars and restaurants 30:11 to close tonight as soon as they 30:14 reasonably can 30:16 and not to open tomorrow 30:20 three create a solution provide the mass 30:23 unemployed with a universal basic income 30:26 credited onto the rockefeller and 30:27 microsoft backed digital ids 30:29 that are implanted into our hands you 30:31 can create a digital id 30:33 today it’s a natural evolution of 30:36 the way that we’re going to use 30:38 technology in any event to transact 30:40 daily life and this covert crisis gives 30:43 an additional reason for doing that 30:44 coerces into taking tech-based vaccines 30:47 and staying at home 30:48 and require us to reside within smart 30:50 cities with totalitarian-like 30:52 surveillance 30:53 well let’s see how long it takes you to 30:55 find me 31:04 right behind me you can see uh just over 31:06 over my left shoulder there 31:08 hello guys i’ve been expecting you 31:13 in return for giving us the universal 31:15 basic income are these the conditions 31:17 they will require 31:18 [Music] 31:24 smart cities will pollute with sensors 31:27 all joined together by the internet 31:29 of things and the urban environment is 31:32 as antiseptic 31:33 as a zurich pharmacy but this technology 31:37 could also be used to keep every citizen 31:42 under round-the-clock surveillance 31:45 a future alexa will pretend 31:48 to take orders but this alexa will be 31:50 watching you 31:51 clucking her tongue and stamping her 31:54 foot 31:55 in future voice connectivity will be in 31:58 every room 31:59 and almost every object your mattress 32:01 will monitor your nightmares your fridge 32:03 will beat for more cheese 32:04 your front door will sweep wide the 32:07 moment you approach like some 32:09 silent butler your smart meter 32:13 will go hustling of its own accord for 32:15 the cheapest 32:16 electricity and every one of them 32:18 minutely transcribing 32:20 your every habit in tiny electronic 32:23 shorthand stored not in their chips 32:26 or in their innards nowhere you can find 32:28 it but in some great cloud of data 32:30 that lowers ever more oppressively 32:34 over the human race ai 32:36 [Music] 32:38 what will it mean helpful robots 32:41 washing and caring for an aging 32:43 population or pink eyed terminator sent 32:46 back from the future 32:47 to cull the human race 32:49 [Music] 32:51 if this pandemic was planned why would 32:53 now be the perfect time to activate it 32:56 the answer could be 5g is 100 times 33:00 faster than 4g and it’s now ready to be 33:02 rolled out 33:04 this upgrade in performance is essential 33:07 for digitising society 33:09 connecting humanity more closely with 33:11 the internet of things and artificial 33:12 intelligence 33:15 they haven’t done a very good job about 33:17 protecting public health 33:19 but they’ve done a very good job at 33:22 using the quarantine 33:24 to bring 5g into all of our communities 33:27 and to begin the process of shifting us 33:29 all to a digital currency 33:32 which is the beginning of slavery 33:34 because if they control your bank 33:36 account 33:37 they control your behavior and we all 33:40 see these advertisements 33:42 saying 5g is coming to your community 33:44 it’s going to make all of your lives so 33:46 much better 33:48 and it’s very convincing i have to say 33:51 this 33:51 is a game changer because i look at 33:54 those ads and i think that’s great i can 33:56 hardly wait till it gets here 33:58 because i’m going to be able to download 34:01 a video game 34:03 in six seconds instead of 16 seconds 34:07 and is that why they’re spending 5 34:09 trillion dollars on 5g 34:12 no the reason is for surveillance 34:17 and data harvesting it’s not for you and 34:19 me it’s for bill gates it’s for 34:21 zuckerberg and 34:22 it’s for bezos and all of the other 34:24 billionaires 34:26 bill gates says that his satellite fleet 34:29 will be able to look at every square 34:31 inch of the planet 34:33 24 hours a day that’s only the beginning 34:36 he also will be able to follow you on 34:39 all of your 34:41 smart devices through biometric facial 34:44 recognition through your gps 34:47 you think that alexa is working for you 34:50 she isn’t working for you she’s working 34:53 for bill gates 34:54 spying on you and the pandemic 34:57 is a crisis of convenience 35:01 for the elites who are dictating these 35:03 policies 35:04 it gives them the ability to obliterate 35:08 the middle class 35:09 to destroy the institutions of democracy 35:12 to shift all of our wealth from all of 35:15 us 35:16 to a handful of billionaires to make 35:18 themselves rich 35:19 by impoverishing the rest of us 35:23 if you know enough biology and you have 35:26 enough computing power and data you can 35:29 hack my 35:30 body and my brain and my life 35:33 a system that understands us better than 35:36 we understand ourselves 35:38 can predict our feelings and decisions 35:42 can manipulate our feelings and 35:44 decisions 35:45 and can ultimately make decisions for us 35:49 now in the past many tyrants 35:52 and governments wanted to do it but 35:55 nobody 35:55 understood biology well enough and 35:58 nobody had enough computing power in 36:01 data 36:02 to hack millions of people neither 36:05 the gestapo nor the kgb could do it 36:08 but soon at least some corporations and 36:12 governments 36:13 will be able to systematically hack 36:16 all the people we humans should get used 36:19 to the idea 36:20 that we are no longer mysterious souls 36:25 we are now hackable animals 36:28 the power to hack human beings can of 36:30 course be used for good purposes 36:32 like providing much better health care 36:36 but if this power falls into the hands 36:39 of a 21st century stalin 36:41 the result will be the worst 36:44 totalitarian regime 36:46 in human history and we already have a 36:48 number of 36:49 applicants for the job 37:06 way 37:08 thousands of brits have been taken to 37:10 the streets to peacefully protest 37:14 [Music] 37:16 i’m a chef and the hospitality trade is 37:18 in ruins 37:19 with the policies that are being put in 37:21 place and i was made redundant on the 37:23 third of 37:24 july and i’ve not been able to find um 37:26 work since 37:28 couple more months and i won’t be able 37:29 to form my rent but 37:31 as with all other covert related 37:33 protests this one was terminated early 37:36 when the riot police aggressively 37:45 [Music] 37:48 intervened 37:55 your children fighting for your children 38:07 i was quite shocked particularly by the 38:10 behavior of the 38:12 tsg riot police on the 26th of september 38:15 because the demonstration was absolutely 38:18 completely 38:19 peaceful columns of riot police 38:22 waded into the crowds batons drawn 38:25 people were injured 38:26 people’s faces were bloodied a woman was 38:29 pushed off her chair 38:30 that to me is unacceptable behavior from 38:34 that unit of the metropolitan police who 38:36 gave the order 38:38 for that to happen uh 38:41 chairman i’m not sure if i just don’t 38:43 know enough about the facts i’m not sure 38:44 i can accept the premise of the facts 38:46 instead of fighting 38:52 images of police brutality and unlawful 38:54 arrests against people who are defending 38:57 their human rights are also being shared 38:59 around the world 39:00 the french capital once again the scene 39:03 of clashes between police and 39:11 [Music] 39:12 demonstrators 39:14 [Music] 39:26 is 39:43 [Applause] 39:49 israeli police fired water cannons to 39:51 disperse demonstrators 39:54 anti-government rallies have filled the 39:56 streets of serbia’s capital belgrade for 39:58 a second day 40:14 [Music] 40:22 [Music] 40:29 [Music] 40:35 the police made 74 arrests and handed 40:37 out 176 fines as protesters assembled 40:41 for a second day in a row 40:42 i’m so scared it’s ruining our business 40:45 the testing is a sham 40:46 it’s decimating our whole 40:51 you economy kidding me 41:04 baby 41:09 [Applause] 41:20 please subscribe my channel 41:35 [Music] 41:50 [Music] 42:02 [Music] 42:09 i’ve been to law enforcement for 10 42:10 years i’ve seen 42:12 officers nationwide enforcing tyrannical 42:15 orders against the people 42:16 because every time i turn on the 42:18 television every time i look to the 42:20 internet i’m seeing people arrested 42:22 or cited for going to church for 42:24 traveling on the roadways 42:26 for going surfing opening their 42:27 businesses 42:29 and arrest them and charge them with 42:32 with what with a crime i don’t i don’t 42:35 know what crime 42:36 people are committing we need to start 42:39 looking at ourselves as officers 42:41 and thinking is what i’m doing right now 42:44 i want to remind you that regardless of 42:46 where you stand on the coronavirus we 42:48 don’t have the authority 42:49 to do those things to people just 42:51 because a mayor or a governor 42:53 tells you otherwise we don’t get to 42:56 violate people’s constitutional 42:58 rights because somebody in our chain of 43:01 command 43:02 tells us otherwise in november 2020 43:07 italian police removed their helmets in 43:09 solidarity with protesters following 18 43:12 days of protesting 43:16 at the end of world war ii a series of 43:19 tribunals were held in nuremberg germany 43:21 for the prosecution of prominent members 43:23 of the nazi party 43:25 opening the first trial in history 43:29 for crimes against the peace of the 43:31 world 43:33 imposes a grave responsibility 43:38 their defense that they were just 43:40 following orders was not enough to 43:42 escape punishment 43:45 that same year yale university 43:47 psychologist stanley milgram 43:49 conducted a series of experiments that 43:51 tested whether ordinary people 43:53 would inflict harm on another person 43:55 after following orders from an 43:56 authoritative figure 43:58 unwrap 50 volts answer force 44:04 experiment that’s all kept me out of 44:06 here get me out of here please 44:08 continue please go right now 44:12 the experiment requires your continued 44:14 teacher please continue participants 44:16 didn’t know that the learner was really 44:18 an actor 44:19 and the so-called sharks harmless you’re 44:22 gonna get a shot 44:23 180 volts 44:27 alarmingly the results suggested that 44:29 any human 44:30 was capable of this due to feeling 44:32 disconnected from their actions 44:34 when they comply with orders 44:37 following the trials the nuremberg code 44:40 was created to protect people’s human 44:42 rights 44:43 they include voluntary consent is 44:46 essential 44:47 human experiments should be based on 44:50 previous 44:50 animal experimentation and experiments 44:54 should be conducted 44:55 by avoiding suffering an injury 44:58 with the current rollout of the covid19 45:00 vaccination programme 45:02 we now see these fundamental human 45:04 rights being violated again 45:06 we and others in the post-war consensus 45:08 led to an international law 45:11 that says uh that no medical procedure 45:14 may be performed on a human being 45:16 without their informed consent and they 45:17 must benefit from it 45:18 your government doesn’t have the right 45:20 to override that law 45:22 so if people are saying you’ve got to 45:24 otherwise you can’t you can’t go 45:25 shopping 45:26 you can’t go to work or travel take them 45:28 to court it’s absolutely illegal and no 45:30 one should stand for it 75 years ago 45:33 herman gearing testified at the 45:36 nuremberg trials 45:37 and he was asked how did you make the 45:40 german people 45:41 go along with all this and he said it’s 45:44 an easy thing 45:46 it’s not anything to do with nazism 45:51 it has to do with human nature the only 45:54 thing a government needs 45:56 to make people into slaves is fear and 46:00 if you can figure out something to make 46:02 them scared 46:03 you can get them do anything that you 46:05 want 46:07 governments love pandemics 46:11 they love pandemics for the same reason 46:13 they love war 46:15 because it gives them the ability to 46:18 impose 46:19 controls on the population that the 46:21 population would otherwise 46:23 never accept and we’re telling them 46:25 today 46:26 you are not going gonna take away our 46:28 freedom you are not gonna poison our 46:30 children 46:31 we are going to demand our democracy 46:34 back thank you all very much for 46:36 fighting 46:36 [Applause] 46:39 you know 75 years ago we had millions of 46:42 men 46:42 18 year old boys 19 year old men 20 year 46:46 old men 46:46 23 year old men going out fighting for 46:49 king and country 46:50 for queen and country fighting for 46:52 liberties 46:54 these were brave courageous young men 46:56 they were [ __ ] themselves 46:57 the night before they went to war they 46:59 were terrified 47:01 but they did it and we now today 47:04 us liberal intellectual men we’re too 47:07 afraid to go on the streets 47:09 to tear off a [ __ ] mask off our face 47:12 excuse my language 47:14 this is the only time it is relevant to 47:16 use bad language 47:19 we have got to step out of the 47:21 indentureship the enslavement 47:23 because it is not going to just remove 47:25 itself there is no rescue mission 47:27 there is no cavalry coming to rescue us 47:31 this is going to get a lot worse and now 47:34 we can see it’s out of control 47:36 how many tens of thousands if not 47:38 hundreds of thousands if not millions of 47:40 people 47:40 around the world have died from other 47:43 matters connected to 47:45 the forced lockdown the 47:47 self-isolationing 47:48 grandparents unable to look into the 47:51 eyes of their children and their 47:52 grandchildren 47:53 these are crimes against humanity that 47:55 cannot even be calculated 47:57 okay but when the audit is done and it 48:00 will be done 48:01 we will see that this corona 48:04 crowning event was the crowning glory 48:08 of the emancipation of humanity it is 48:11 time for humanity to reclaim 48:13 ourselves from this draconian tyranny 48:16 i’ll leave it at that thank you very 48:18 much 48:23 so do you believe that receiving the 48:26 vaccine will enable our lives to return 48:28 back to normal 48:28 you’re quite emotional about that well 48:30 it’s just 48:31 it’s been you know it’s been such a 48:34 tough year for so many people 48:36 you know we can get on with our lives or 48:39 will we see a new normal 48:41 a world with harsh tyrannical rules 48:43 governed by a centralized totalitarian 48:46 state 48:51 [Music] 49:00 [Music] 49:02 here’s what klaus schwab thinks people 49:04 assume 49:06 we are just going back to the good old 49:09 world which we had 49:11 and everything will be normal again in 49:14 how we are used to normal in the old 49:17 fashion 49:18 this is let’s say fiction 49:21 it will not happen um c 49:24 c uh cut 49:33 [Music] 49:35 there is an incredible movement 49:37 beginning to take form here in spain 49:40 a group of police officers have come 49:42 together to start an organization called 49:44 police 49:46 police for freedom and now 49:49 we are marching together with them 49:52 standing up 49:53 for our human rights and constitutional 49:56 liberties history tells us that once 49:59 the peaceful resistance gains the 50:02 support of the police 50:04 or the military we have 60 percent 50:08 higher probability to be able to 50:10 dismantle 50:11 at tyrannical government and this is 50:14 what is taking place 50:15 right now 50:16 [Music] 50:23 november 2020 stockholm 50:27 experts in healthcare law and banking 50:30 from around the world have formed an 50:31 alliance with a mission to protect off 50:33 freedoms 50:34 welcome everyone to stockholm my name is 50:37 professor dolores cowell from ireland 50:40 and it is my great honor and privilege 50:43 to welcome you to a worldwide 50:46 organization 50:47 the world freedom alliance 50:50 and our goal is to provide information 50:53 for what is been happening 50:56 to try and coordinate that we can defend 50:59 our freedoms 51:00 and our rights and that we can ensure 51:03 that the governments that we elect will 51:07 actually defend 51:08 our freedoms and rights so we want to 51:10 educate you we want to empower you 51:12 we want to welcome you to a world where 51:14 you can be healthy 51:15 you can be free and you can hold people 51:18 to account if they do something wrong 51:20 many people have been hoodwinked into 51:22 believing that the government give 51:24 us our rights that could not be further 51:27 from the truth 51:28 every constitution in the world is a 51:31 code of conduct 51:32 for governments to follow to ensure 51:35 and protect and defend and vindicate 51:39 and uphold your rights our rights 51:42 that have been given to us by our 51:43 creator the government doesn’t give us 51:46 our rights 51:47 the government is obliged to protect 51:49 those rights 51:51 these positive images are reassuring and 51:53 provide much needed hope 51:55 but significant economic damage has 51:58 already been done 51:59 [Music] 52:01 this would inevitably leave many 52:03 dependent on receiving a universal basic 52:05 income 52:06 placing us in a weaker position to rebel 52:09 or oppose their tyrannical terms 52:12 but this might be a long way off 52:16 or is it happening already given this 52:19 significant 52:20 uncertainty a worsening economic 52:22 backdrop 52:23 and the need to give people and 52:25 businesses security 52:26 through the winter i believe it is right 52:29 to go further 52:31 so we can announce today that the 52:33 furlough scheme will not 52:34 be extended for one month it will be 52:37 extended 52:38 until the end of march 52:43 how will it end 52:48 [Music] 53:12 you

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