Senator George Christensen is one of the few Australian politicians that takes a conservative stand for the nation and the people. This is the latest from his blog at https://nationfirst.substack.com/p/youre-going-to-be-made-obsolete.
‘I’m on the road this weekend, so this early edition of the Nation First e-newsletter will be brief but impactful as we look into what the globalist elites have in store for us in the future…
First, you will be digitised.
Over the past year to 18 months, there has been a loss of privacy and an overreach by government on a scale we’ve never seen before. I fear that this rise of Big Brother is set to continue.
Many people have raised concerns with me about the proposed Australian Government Digital Identity System. I have grave concerns about this proposal, particularly given the fact it comes straight out of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda.
Writer Alexandra Marshall, in a recent article for The Good Sauce, warned that the proposal has the capacity to turn our country into “a permanent surveillance state”.
I have just received a research brief on the proposed digital identity agenda and will be pouring over that research in the coming days. Needless to say, very little – if anything – that is linked to the Great Reset has my support.
Next, you’ll be made obsolete.
A key part of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda is the push for transhumanism or what they call ‘human enhancement’. What they mean by that term is the fusion of human beings with technology, a concept that seems straight out of some dystopian science fiction story.
And yet World Economic Forum front man Klaus Schwab has long advocated for such a dystopia:
New technologies and approaches are merging the physical, digital, and biological worlds in ways that will fundamentally transform humankind. The extent to which that transformation is positive will depend on how we navigate the risks and opportunities that arise along the way…
The Fourth Industrial Revolution could lead to forms of human augmentation that cause us to question the very nature of human existence—and even sooner than one might imagine.
Every so often the curtain falls and you get to take a peek at what’s coming. Another World Economic Forum alumni, historian Yuval Noah Harari, spelt out a frightening vision of a transhumanistic future while speaking with left-wing reporter Anderson Cooper on the US edition of 60 Minutes in the past week.
Technology writer Joe Allen, on Stephen Bannon’s War Room blog, pointed out that Harari’s answer to this frightening future was (conveniently) for more control to be afforded to a global government:
Harari slips his true message in at interview’s conclusion. Having scared the hell out of everyone with a fairly accurate portrayal of our possible future, he tells the wide-eyed Cooper, “Certainly now we are at the point where we need global cooperation. You cannot regulate the explosive power of artificial intelligence on a national level.”
… It would’ve been just as easy for Harari or Cooper to direct the public’s outrage toward unplugging from the Machine. But you don’t rise to the top by kicking the ladder out from under your feet.
Neither man has any intention of fomenting resistance to technocracy. They have been tasked instead to channel it toward global government.
Then, you’ll be stuck in a virtual reality.
Over on ZeroHedge, they ponder:
Virtual reality as an escape from real world dystopia has a long tradition in science fiction. Is Mark Zuckerberg bringing it to life?
Conservative pundit Mark Dice says yes.
Where’s the hope in all this?
The hope is in you. It’s in us. If you’re awake (rather than woke) then you’re aware, and that’s the first step in defeating this horrible agenda.
It’s easy to get deflated and defeated in times like these. But we should be upbeat. We – the people – are the hope for this nation and for the future. The great author and essayist G.K. Chesterton is always good for a quote and on the topic of hope he doesn’t disappoint:
Hope means hoping when things are hopeless, or it is no virtue at all…
As long as matters are really hopeful, hope is mere flattery or platitude; it is only when everything is hopeless that hope begins to be a strength.
We must hold on to hope. It is the key to victory.
Let’s go forward in hope and in strength.
Beyond the Fake News
Beyond the mainstream media, we discover the truth. Here’s what I’ve been reading & viewing:
- Communist China Watch: International Christian Concern (ICC) reports that Catholic Bishop Shao Zhumin was forced to go on “vacation” by Chinese authorities. According to the ICC, going on “vacation” in China is a measure employed to “educate” dissidents who do not submit to the Chinese Communist Party.
- Immunologist Dr Robert Clancy reports in Quadrant that 30 frontline doctors in Australia recently treated over 600 COVID-19 patients with ivermectin, doxycycline and zinc, resulting in only five hospitalisations and no deaths. He says that out of a “similar number of contemporary Australian patients not treated with (ivermectin), 70 were hospitalised and six died.”
- In The Spectator, Prof Ian Plimer schools green activist Greta Thunberg, saying that she and other “climate moaners need to get some perspective from history.”
- The much-maligned Dr Joseph Mercola gives his view in Technocracy News on how to deal with vaccine passports.
- Monica Smit of Reignite Democracy Australia has issued a global SOS on behalf of the nation. Let’s hope someone hears her call and rescues us from the pandemic madness!’