Trauma, Truth, Surveillance, Collapse: A Global Discourse Unveiled

In the realm of global health, a recent discourse has emerged around the concept of trauma, particularly in the wake of lockdowns and vaccine rollouts. The discussion categorizes people into two groups: those who are unaware of the trauma they’ve experienced, and those who are acutely conscious of it. Symptoms such as depression and anxiety are prevalent among the former group, while the latter grapples with feelings of helplessness and loss. This dichotomy has led to a call for these conscious individuals to form their own communities, fostering a sense of unity in a world perceived as falling apart.

Meanwhile, at the International Crisis Summit in the Romanian Parliament, Mettias Desmet has highlighted the perversion of political discourse and the need for politicians who prioritize truth over propaganda. He posited that totalitarianism is a consequence of a materialist-rationalist worldview, leading to the formation of isolated masses vulnerable to manipulation. The call to action was clear: a shift towards a society that values truthful speech and politicians who lead this metaphysical revolution. Click here for past Peak Prosperity interviews with Mettias Desmet.

In the financial world, a documentary based on the book “The Great Taking” has shed light on the preparations of privately controlled Central Banks for an impending financial collapse. The film reveals the implementation of collateral confiscation schemes, which could leave everyone vulnerable when the collapse occurs. The documentary emphasizes the need for a congressional investigation into these legal constructs. Click here and here for parts 1 and 2 of Chris’s My Scouting Report on the Great Taking book, respectively (premium members only).

On the legislative front, the U.S. House Intelligence Committee has proposed a reform bill that has raised concerns among privacy experts. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Reform and Reauthorization Act has been compared to the controversial Patriot Act, with critics arguing that it would greatly expand the government’s mass surveillance capabilities. The bill would allow the government to tap into the equipment of any entity that provides Wi-Fi service, potentially granting access to entire streams of communications. Privacy organizations have criticized the bill, calling for a provision that would expand the definition of “electronic communication service provider” to not be authorized.

Lastly, a discussion has emerged around various topics including the impact of expensive oil on the economy, the response of central banks to economic recessions, the COVID-19 pandemic, and allegations of plasmid DNA in vaccines. The discourse suggests that the depletion of affordable energy led to a recession and the subsequent flooding of the economy with trillions of dollars to stimulate growth. It also mentions the release of COVID-19 as a means to control the collapsing global economy and the alleged presence of plasmid DNA in vaccines, which could have long-lasting effects on individuals. The discussion concludes with a grim outlook, mentioning the possibility of mass deaths, starvation, and cannibalism in a collapsed civilization.

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