by Alexandra Bruce
“But time is not on our side. Even as we speak, mass vaccination campaigns are being prepared. Biometric identification schemes and “immunity passports” are already being rolled-out. Programs for tracking tracing and surveilling the entire population are already being beta-tested and the digital payment infrastructure; the system of financial exclusion that will allow governments to turn off our access to the economy at will is being put into place….”
As we have seen in our exploration of Gates’s rise as unelected global health czar and population control advocate, the question of who Bill Gates really is is no mere philosophical pursuit. Given that we are currently living through a crisis that has been predicted by Bill Gates, which is triggering a response from the global health organizations that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has bankrolled and driving us toward a vaccination and biometric ID solution, which Bill Gates has been working on for years, the answer to the question, “Who is Bill Gates?” is quickly becoming one of the most important questions of our lives.
That answer will not only tell us about the world that we are living in but about the one that we are being thrust into and how we can avoid it. Today, we will attempt to answer that question, as we examine the motives, the ideology and the connections of this man who has been so instrumental in shaping the post-coronavirus world…
So, who is Bill Gates? Some argue that he’s a genius who leveraged his natural computer-savvy into a billion dollar fortune. Others insist that he is a visionary who has changed our lives with his foresight and bold imagination. He has been hailed as a shrewd executive who built the Microsoft empire with his remarkable talent for business and he has been praised as a philanthropist who is selflessly devoting his wealth to improving the lives of people around the world but like anyone of his status, he has his detractors…
In the 1990s, he was often portrayed as the greedy head of the evil Microsoft monopoly but in the age of the coronavirus crisis he is most often treated like some sort of epidemiologist or leading health researcher. But in truth, none of these perspectives are accurate…
As Gates admits, it is not a spirit of selfless generosity that motivates his interest in vaccines and other lucrative health interventions. He tells one reporter, seen here that his foundation has received $100 billion overall “and there’s been over a 20-to-1 return. So, if you just look at the economic benefits that’s a pretty strong number compared to anything else.”
Gates’ philanthropic investment scheme has paid off well, with his $50 billion dollar net worth having ballooned to over $100 billion after his decade of altruism in the vaccine market.
As critics of his foundation have repeatedly pointed out, the nine million people who die every year of hunger would be best served by securing food supplies, running water and other basic necessities – not costly medical interventions for rare diseases. But there is no return on investment to be made from that kind of charity.
No, this is not about charity. It is about control. The population control grid that Gates has been quietly funding into existence for the past decade; a biometric identification system tied to a digital payments infrastructure that will be used to track, catalogue and control every movement, every transaction and every interaction of every citizen is just now coming into view but the real question is, why is he doing this?
What drives a man like Bill Gates, a man rich beyond the wildest dreams of avarice to spend his time and invest his fortune in schemes to control the population? To find the answer to that question we have to examine Gates’ family background.
Bill Gates, it should not be surprising to learn was born into money. His great-grandfather, JW Maxwell was the President of National City Bank in Seattle. His grandfather, Willard was also a banker and his grandmother, Adele a prominent Seattle civic leader.
Bill Gates’ mother Mary Maxwell Gates was a scion of the Maxwell banking family and by all accounts, as hard-driving as her forebears. She served as a director of several companies including First Interstate Bank Corp and KIROTV of Seattle. She served as a regent at the University of Washington and she was appointed to the board of the United Way of America where, as we have seen, she persuaded IBM CEO, John Opel to help her son in his fledgling software development career.
Bill’s father William H Gates Sr was a prominent Seattle area lawyer. He co-founded a powerful law and lobbying firm, helped Howard Schultz in his bid to buy Starbucks, served on the boards of numerous companies and organizations and along the way, had a profound influence on his son’s life and career.
Bill Gates learned much from his parents. From his mother’s banking family, he inherited a “nose for the dollar,” as one childhood friend’s father called it. From his hard-driving legal minded father, he learned the value of legalizing business arrangements. As a child, he even had a legal contract drawn up to grant him the use of his older sister’s baseball mitt…
A “nose for the dollar” and a knowledge of how to use the legal system to get what you want were not the only things to emerge from Bill Gates’ childhood, however. His parents also encouraged discussion about the family’s charity work and the causes they held close to their heart. As Gates revealed to Bill Moyers in 2003, those causes included the population issue, which sparked a lifelong interest in reproductive health…
Gates tips his hand when he equates “issues related to population” with “reproductive health”. The topic is particularly controversial, because “population control” and “reproductive health” have been used for half a century as a euphemism for eugenics, the discredited pseudoscience that holds that certain families are fit to be leaders of society by virtue of their superior genes…
As transparent as it seems to us today, that this ideology was a self-serving, self-justification for the ruling class, it was quickly taken up as the great social crusade of the early 20th century. From Teddy Roosevelt to HG Wells to Julian Huxley to Winston Churchill, there was widespread support for the eugenicist notion that society must strive to make sure that the rich and well-born breed as much as possible and the poor infirm and feeble-minded be prevented from having children…
from Dana Ashlie
Sometimes what you don’t know CAN HURT YOU. Ignorance around this subject matter is almost guaranteed to do so. I’m still shocked that with all the research I do, I had NO IDEA this was going on and I’m thankful I’ve since learned how to stop it. Pleased to be sharing this life preserving information here
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Tindal Airforce Base at Katherine in the Northern Territory gets $1.3 billion for runway extension.
from Daily Mail
The United States will send 1,200 Marines to Australia in coming weeks amid increasing tensions between Western nations and China over COVID-19.
The main force will begin arriving in Darwin in early June but an advance party of 54 Marines has been stationed in the Northern Territory for two months.
The US and Australian governments postponed this year’s deployment of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
That month US Defense Secretary Mark Esper barred almost all official movement overseas for military personnel.
The risk of spreading COVID-19 into vulnerable remote Aboriginal communities was also considered too great for the rotation to go ahead.
That decision was reversed this month and the Marines will now exercise with Australian forces at defence training areas in the territory until September.
This year’s rotation had originally been scheduled to involve 2,500 Marines, about the same number of troops who were stationed in Darwin last year.
All Marines will undergo 14 days of quarantine when they touch down and be submitted to a rigorous coronavirus testing regime.
The troops will already have been in isolation for a fortnight since arriving at their staging base in Okinawa, Japan.
Each Marine will be screened for COVID-19 four days before departing Japan and tested again in Darwin before and after quarantine.
Minister for Defence Linda Reynolds said the deployment demonstrated Australia’s close defence relationship with the United States.
The Marine Rotational Force – Darwin exemplifies the strength of the Australia-United States Alliance and sends a clear signal about our shared commitment to regional security,’ Ms Reynolds said.
‘I am pleased that the modified deployment will proceed this year, following careful planning and preparations undertaken by both Australia and the United States to minimise COVID-19 risks to the Northern Territory.’
The first Marine Rotation Force – Darwin deployment was announced by then US president Barack Obama and then Australian prime minister Julia Gillard in 2011.
The initial rotation of 200 troops arrived in 2012 and until this year had been increasing in size and complexity.
‘The Marines will achieve significant training outcomes with the Australian Defence Force while rigorously adhering to the restrictions in place to safely manage COVID-19 in the Territory,’ Ms Reynolds said.
Cairns economist warns of massive unemployment and damage to local economy because of border closure
The international tourist destination of Cairns in Far North Queensland which showcases the Great Barrier Reef has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation.
Cairns economist Bill Cummings has investigated the real number of unemployed which rose from 8178 in December 2019 to 23,100 in April 2020.
This massive increase is directly attributable to Covid 19 forced business shutdowns and a halt to international and most domestic flights.
“The number has leapt from about 8,400 in the region (4,900 in Cairns) in February, to 23,000 in the region (15,000 in Cairns) in April. Estimated unemployment rate as measured by registered unemployed on benefits has jumped from about 6% to about 18%. This compares with about 9% at national level. It can be expected that the May figures will show a further increase,” Mr Cummings said.
“On top of this, there are large numbers of jobs being supported by the Australian Government’s JobKeeper program. At this stage numbers are unknown. It is quite possible that at present, at end May, there is at least 25% either unemployed or only being in employment due to the JobKeeper program.”
He said the figures also highlight the unreliability of the Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force Series that for April records unemployment of only 7700 in the region and incredibly, an increase in employment over March.
The city and region are almost totally reliant on tourism and dozens of travel, tourist and accommodation businesses in Cairns have closed their doors, unlikely to ever reopen.
Labor’s real agenda is to keep the state borders closed until election in October
A defiant Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, has repeatedly told the tourism sector she will not reopen the border with NSW until at least mid-September, a decision she says is based on medical advice, presumably from Chief Health Officer Dr Jeanette Young.
If the border reopened interstate tourists could take the economic pressure off the Gold Coast and Cairns keeping businesses and jobs alive.
Despite conflicting advice from federal Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Paul Kelly, who said he cannot see any medical reason for the border to remain closed, Dr Young refuses to yield.
Not only is Cairns acutely suffering but 1900 kilometres to the south, Cavill Avenue, the main street of the Gold Coast, looks and feels like a morgue.
There is however a feeling among northern political commentators and some Cape York residents that the real agenda of the Premier and the Labor Party is to keep the state closed up until mid-September, a month before the state election, due on October 31.
A prolonged closure would seriously hamper election candidates for opposing parties from accessing different parts of the state to campaign.
Last week the leader of the fledgling NQ First party, Jason Costigan caused a stir and a belated police investigation after a Liberal Party supporter in Cooktown questioned how he got through the police and military checkpoint to enter the small ocean front town.
Being the Member for Whitsunday, Mr Costigan, said he made a proper application for a permit and was allowed to enter the no go zone for electoral purposes, in deference to Cooktown residents and Hopevale Aboriginal community which have been locked up since March.
“I did nothing wrong and abided by the law,” Mr Costigan said.
The NQ First party endorsed former Mayor of Aboriginal community Wulal Wujal, Desmond Tayley, as its candidate for the seat of Cook.
Wujal Wujal is situated just to the south of Cooktown.
This abuse of power by the State Government could be a sign of things to come.
David Mason is a Writer, a Professor, and a Poet Laureate from Colorado, USA
‘There’s a lot to admire about Australia, especially if you’re a visiting
American,’ says David Mason. ‘More often than you might expect.
Australian friends patiently listening to me enthuse about their country
have said: “We need outsiders like you to remind us what we have”.
So here it is – a small presumptuous list of what one foreigner admires in
- Health care.
I know the controversies, but basic national health care is a gift. In
America , medical expenses are a leading cause of bankruptcy.
The drug companies dominate politics and advertising. Obama is being
crucified for taking halting baby steps towards sanity.
You can’t turn on the telly without hours of drug advertisements – something
I have never yet seen here.
And your emphasis on prevention – making cigarettes less accessible, for one
– is a model.
Yes, we have great food in America too, especially in the big cities.
But your bread is less sweet, your lamb is cheaper, and your supermarket
vegetables and fruits are fresher than ours.
Too often in my country, America , an apple is a ball of pulp as big as your
The dainty Pink Lady apples of Oz are the juiciest I’ve had.
And don’t get me started on coffee. In American smalltowns it tastes like
water flavoured with burnt dirt, but the smallest shop in the smallest town
in Oz can make a first-rate latte. I love your ubiquitous bakeries, and your
hot-cross buns. Shall I go on?
How do you do it?
The rhyming slang and Aboriginal place names are like magic spells. Words
that seem vaguely English yet also resemble an argot from another planet.
I love the way institutional names get turned into diminutives – Vinnie’s
and Salvos – and absolutely nothing’s sacred.
Everything is an opportunity for word games and everyone has a nickname.
Lingo makes the world go round.
It’s the spontaneous wit of the people that tickles me most. Late one night
at a barbie my new mate Suds remarked: ”Nothing’s the same since 24-7.”
Amen to that.
4. Free-to-air TV.
In Oz, you buy a TV, plug it in and watch some of the best programming I’ve
ever seen – uncensored.
In America , you can’t get diddly-squat without paying a cable or satellite
company heavy fees.
In Oz a few channels make it hard to choose. In America, you’ve got 400
channels and nothing to watch.
5. Small shops.
Outside the big cities in America corporations have nearly erased them.
Identical malls with identical restaurants serving inferior food.
Except for geography, it’s hard to tell one American town from another.
The ”take-away” culture here in Australia is wonderful. The human
encounters are real – people love to stir, and stories get told.
The curries here are to die for. And you don’t have to tip!
6. Free camping.We used to have this too, and I guess it’s still free when you backpack
miles away from the roads.
But I love the fact that in Oz everyone owns the shoreline and in many
places you can pull up a camper van and stare at the sea for weeks.
I love the ”primitive” and independent camp-grounds, the life
out-of-doors. The few idiots who leave their stubbies and rubbish behind in
these pristine places ought to be transported in chains to the penal
In America , it’s everywhere – especially where it’s not supposed to be,
I imagine you have your Pharisees too, making a big public show of devotion,
but I have yet to meet one here.
Peak hour aside, I’ve found travel on your roads pure heaven.
My country’s ”Freeways” are crowded, crumbling, insanely knotted with
looping overpasses – it’s like racing homicidal maniacs on fraying
I’ve driven the Hume Highway without stress, and I love the Princes Highway
when it’s two lanes.
Ninety minutes south of Bateman’s Bay I was sorry to see one billboard for a
McDonald’s. It’s blocking a lovely paddock view.
Someone should remove the MacDonald’s Billboard.
9. Real multiculturalism.
I know there are tensions, just like anywhere else, but I love the
distinctiveness of your communities and the way you publicly acknowledge the
Recently, too, I spent quality time with the Melbourne Greeks, and was
gratified both by their devotion to their own great language and culture,
and their openness to an Afghan lunch.
10. Fewer guns.
You had Port Arthur in 1996 and got real in response.
America replicates such massacres several times a year and nothing changes.
Our religion of individual rights makes the good of the community an
impossible dream. Instead of mateship we have ”It’s mine and nobody
We talk a great game about freedom, but too often live in fear.
There’s more to say – your kaleidoscopic birds, your perfumed bush in
springtime, your vast beaches.
These are just a few of the blessings that make Australia a rarity.
Of course, it’s not paradise – nowhere is – but I love it here.
No need to wave flags like the Americans, and add to the world’s windiness.
Just value what you have here in Australia and don’t give it
Bookmark June 22, 2020 as the day the citizens of 52 Commonwealth countries take back control of their destiny. Form a group and co-ordinate with the UK. No more unlawful government. Government belongs to the people not sheeple.
So far in Australia there are allegedly 5.8 million certifiable sheeple who loaded a laughable phone tracing app; that leaves 19 million thinkers who could be a fighting force. Are you one of them?
Cognitive dissonance dividing public
by Alex Bruce
On May 12th, Anthony Fauci testified before the Senate that reopening the economy too quickly could lead to “suffering and death that could be avoided [that] could even set you back on the road to…economic recovery.”
On May 23rd, Anthony Fauci appeared to reverse course when he told CNBC that the stay-at-home orders could end up causing “irreparable damage” and “I don’t want people to think that any of us feel that staying locked down for a prolonged period of time is the way to go.”
This about-face triggered tweets of exasperation. Then I saw Amazing Polly’s tweet that what Fauci did was an example of the “Alice in Wonderland Technique”.
I’ve heard of Alice in Wonderland – but a technique by that name? This sent me down a rabbit hole for which I’m grateful, because for the past three years, I’ve been talking about the “psychological civil war” being waged against us, not knowing that the orchestrated gaslighting we’ve been subjected to is a scaled-up version of what was originally developed as an interrogation technique.
In other words, what we’ve been being put through is literally torture and the technique described in “Alice in Wonderland: The Power of Applied Confusion”, a chapter starting on page 129 of a manual entitled, ‘EDUCING INFORMATION – Interrogation: Science and Art’, published by the National Defense Intelligence College in 2006, citing a 1963 torture manual entitled, “KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation Manual, Human Resource Exploitation Training Manual,” based on CIA research, much of it conducted through the MK ULTRA program but some of it going all the way back to the 1350s, to the work of Nicholas Eymerich, Inquisitor General of Aragon, Spain.
In this video, Richard Grannon does a good job explaining the details of this torture technique that I feel could help us to cope with the madness of COVID-19. When we know that it’s called Alice in Wonderland and that it incorporates Gregory Bateson’s double-bind theory of Schizophrenia, scaled-up to the level of a global psyop, it can help us release ourselves from its thrall.
“You bring the person to be interrogated into the room, and you have the three interrogators immediately to start to badger them…with nonsensical questions. The pitch and the tone and the pacing of their questions will not match the subjects which they’re covering. Often times, the subjects that they’re asking the person being interrogated about are nonsensical. They go nowhere, they mean nothing.
“The purpose stated in the interrogation technique is not just to obliterate the normal. The purpose is also to replace that which is normal, with the mindbogglingly bizarre. So the person goes into a state of deep trauma that is so awful, they would rather give up their secrets and return to a reality that makes sense, than have to continue with more days [of this]. It takes days for them to crack, usually.”
To me, this describes the antics seen in the unrelenting #FakeNews, the Mueller Investigation and the fake impeachment, concomitant with things like #MeToo and the transgender putsch that have become the themes of this era.
Christine Blasey Ford, Jussie Smollett and the media crucifixion of Nick Sandmann were illogical orchestrated psyops designed to badger everyone into agreement, in order to just make it stop.We’ve known that this was unconventional warfare but knowing that it’s called the Alice in Wonderland technique empowers you to identify it when it’s happening, to help you distance yourself from the fragmentation that it is attempting to induce.
Grannon likens the psyop currently being unleashed upon the global populace (he recorded this last October) to 9/11, which he believes would be much harder to pull off today, with so many people carrying smartphones at all times.
He says, “If you’re going to do something naughty, I don’t think you can get away with it in the same way anymore. So what do you do? You level up. You go meta-, instead of trying to deceive people and work behind their backs, as to what it is you’re really doing, it’s way more efficient to just confuse them about what’s right and what’s wrong. Cognitive dissonance, nobody knows right from wrong. The really clever thing that they’ve done, the evil thing that they’ve done is the slow encroachment of the boundaries.”
Hopefully, these thoughts will help you assert your cognitive boundaries and will help you to insulate yourself to a some degree during the storm.
by Mike Adams, Natural News
Highly-placed sources close to the Trump administration have given us a download on important information. Mostly notably, Trump is NOT surrendering to Big Pharma and the vaccine industry. He’s actually fighting them and has made great strides toward exposing the crimes of Fauci and the W.H.O.
I’ve posted a critical video update and article about Trump, Big Pharma, the vaccine industry and what I’ve now learned about Trump’s ongoing battle with Big Pharma and the deep state swamp.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is a bald faced liar. So too is his Assistant Treasurer Michael Sukkar and Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
All three have claimed on national television the $330 billion created by the Reserve Bank was borrowed and taxpayers are liable to pay it back.
The ABC broadcast this interview with Treasury officials who have stated categorically the Covid 19 bail-out Jobseeker fund to assist business maintain employee remuneration was created by adding extra noughts in Treasury computers. The ABC has rolled over yet again, under orders from Frydenberg, ignoring their previous radio interview about Treasury credit creation.
ABC reporter David Taylor naively claimed this was the first time Treasury had created credit. He is totally wrong- it has been doing it since the early 1900’s.
There is nothing new about credit creation by banks. Early bankers of the 17th and 18th centuries accepted gold as a deposit then issued notes against the gold held in their vaults. The value of the notes often exceeded the value of the gold in their vaults. These were the first bank notes used in every day transactions then and now. Except for the world’s greatest Treasurer, Liberal Peter Costello who sold most of our physical gold reserves to ‘balance the books’ and replace it with government paper.
Peter Costello agreed to sell most of our gold holdings in 1997.
The decision prompted cries of betrayal from the gold industry and, with the benefit of hindsight, was incredibly poorly timed. Since the sale of 167 tonnes of gold for $2.4 billion, or just over $400 an ounce, gold in Australian terms has rallied to record highs. The price peaked last July at $1819.44 an ounce, at which point the gold Australia sold for $2.4bn would have been worth $10.7bn.
In a vault deep in the basement of the Reserve Bank’s Martin Place headquarters in Sydney today sits a hoard of gold bars worth about $US500,000 each — all four of them.
The RBA now holds almost the entirety of the nation’s gold in vaults administered by the Bank of England.
Credit creation as espoused by social credit crusader Major CH Douglas before and after WW 2 has been around for centuries.
Charged with rebuilding a destroyed Japan after WW2, General Douglas MacArthur rebuilt its economy without borrowing external funds. He created the credit needed by issuing paper as do the central banks of every country. Japan turned into a powerhouse economy and led the industrialised world with manufacturing for decades.
Just as the Australian Treasury and the the Commonwealth Bank did for a century. Taxpayers should not be slugged to pay back the Jobseeker fund particularly as Frydenberg, a member of the Jewish fraternity, admitted $60 billion was created unnecessarily due to a book keeping error and not needed after the sums were done correctly.
This credit does not exist as legal tender, that is notes and coins, but as a blip in the Treasury computer.
He could use these created funds to complete construction of the Bradfield Scheme to water inland Australia, high speed rail and new generation, coal-fired, base power stations thus creating tens of thousands of meaningful jobs.
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