3 CHEERS TO BRAZILIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ERNESTO ARAUJO
Sometimes I get an article from one of the readers of this website, in this case, D.W., that is so "spot on" that I'm tempted to post it without any commentary other than a hearty "hear! hear!" This is one of those cases, except I intend to do a little more commentary than just a "hear! hear!" even though it seems entirely superfluous:
Senhor Araujo is right; the planscamdemic must not become the excuse used by officials to clamp down on human freedoms. And, the author of the article, Mr. Tim Hinchliffe, is also right, that the technologies themselves can either work for great good, or, as presently, for great harm.
This last Saturday I spent most of the day with Catherine Austin Fitts, recording her annual Solari Report wrap-up. It was a far-ranging conversation, even more so than what we've usually come to expect from Ms. Fitts. But one of the things that stuck out in my mind was her mention of thousands of people - some of whom recently gathered in a conference - who are true and genuine intellectuals in their fields (finance, banking, information technology, and so on) who have seen the disaster of Mr. Globaloney and where he wants to take the world, and who have basically said "no!" to the whole enterprise, and who are trying to invent (we hope) a much more human vision of the future than the dystopian and transhumanist nihilistic nonsense being proffered by the likes of Ernst Stavro Blohfe... er... Klaus Schwab and SPECTRE...er...uhm...the World Economic Forum, by Pope Marxi... er... Francis, and his newfound friends the Rottenchilds. I'm always skeptical when I hear of such things, because it's not unlike Mr. Globaloney to raise up a false opposition, and failing that, to infiltrate it. Indeed, it's part of Mr. Globaloney's centuries' old playbook. But for the moment, I hold out some hope.
And that brings me back to Senhor Araujo who is to be congratulated for (here comes that somewhat nauseating modern cliche) "speaking truth to power."
Let's just hope that Brazil is not using a certain companies' voting machines...
See you on the flip side...
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