WEF and Their Diabolical Reshaping of the World

Written by Phil Denniston

Part I: Evisceration of America as we knew it.

One big question perplexing all thinking Americans today: Who’s in charge of the executive branch of government?

No one conceivably thinks Joe Biden is calling shots. Kamala Harris – handpicked as successor – must have proven completely unmanageable. Otherwise, why let Sleepy Joe remain the frontman?

As Chris Martenson has alluded, perhaps that’s part of the psyops…

Our confidence, our trust in American leadership is all but extinguished simply by their actions – Afghanistan, vaccine mandates, inflation, shortages, critical race theory in schools, labeling concerned parents as domestic terrorists – that confidence would be lost no matter the face.

But what could cause more disillusionment, more anxiety, a total crisis of our own identity, than leaving this broken, fumbling, demented old man in the Office of the Presidency?

Meanwhile, Kamala is permitted only to tweet, mostly around two themes-

Tax the rich, and Build Back Better.

Ahh, tax “the rich”, the familiar old lie politicians roll around in (like pigs in slop), sticking it to small business owners and career professionals with ever higher income tax.

The super-rich who pull the strings didn’t get that way filing W-2s.

It’s all a giant puppet show, and while it always has been – at least since the assassination of an unmanageable, principled, peace-loving JFK – now it’s in plain, unmistakable sight.

The front men are, well, just that.

So, who’s in charge?

There are competing factions, no doubt. Every TLA (three-letter acronym) of the Deep State does its own bidding first, but there’s a common theme emanating not only from the Biden Administration, but world leaders managing the dystopian, lockdown, COVID-crisis-countries in the “West”.

That theme, of course, is Build Back Better. Bureaucrats and technocrats alike sing the chorus, a slogan popularized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and their Great Reset agenda-


As a thought experiment, let’s say WEF is pulling the strings. What kind of world would we expect to see? What would America look like? Does that resemble the one that we have now?

And if so, where will it go next?

In his book, COVID 19: The Great Reset, supervillain and WEF Founder & Chairman Klaus Schwab reveals his cards. Clearly drooling, here was his July 2020 take on the COVID opportunity-

“The spread of infectious diseases has a unique ability to fuel fear, anxiety and mass hysteria. In so doing… it also challenges our social cohesion and collective capacity to manage a crisis. Epidemics are by nature divisive and traumatizing. What we are fighting against is invisible; our family, friends and neighbors may all become sources of infection; those everyday rituals that we cherish, like meeting a friend in a public place, may become a vehicle for transmission; and the authorities that try to keep us safe by enforcing confinement measures are often perceived as agents of oppression. Throughout history, the important and recurring pattern has been to search for scapegoats and place the blame firmly on the outsider.” (Location 152, Kindle)

There you have it, folks. Sounds like the last 18 months, yes?

If you weren’t buying Chris’s hypothesis, that we are now in a mass hysteria, ol’ Klaus couldn’t keep his big, fat, salivating mouth shut. He told us it was coming thirteen months ago.

Hairless cat in his lap, and fingers twiddling…

First, we’ll use the opportunity – never let a crisis waste, ya? – to bang the COVID drums louder and louder until you are scared to death, a total hysteria, destroying the cohesion of society itself, dividing families and communities – brother against brother, father vs son, neighbor after neighbor. Then we’ll introduce the vaccines – holy, beloved, beautiful vaccines – the righteous path to normalcy. As we ratchet crisis up and down with a Greek alphabet of COVID variants, we’ll blame the whole mess on the unwashed, unvaccinated. We’ll blame until you are ready to hurt. Then, we’ll have total control to implement the Great Reset agenda to save the world.

With most quickly lined up and hypnotized, marching to the tune of Schwab’s fiddle, where would the WEF lead us? What would that America begin to look like?

For that we turn to their Eight Predictions for 2030-


This gives us clues about where they’d like to go (for more detail, just visit www.weforum.org or read the book, it’s not conspiracy theory when they put it in print). Like Klaus drooling over COVID lockdowns, they love gushing about their plans, and haven’t figured out how creepy they are.

Watch the eerie video, but to sum up their eight predictions-

  1. You’ll own nothing, and like it. Anything you need, you’ll rent (from them).
  2. The USA will lose power and influence.
  3. They’ll print human organs in a laboratory.
  4. No soup (meat) for you!
  5. Western democracies will be flooded with refugees.
  6. The carbon racket is here. Energy – and therefore everything – will cost more.
  7. By 2030, you could be going to Mars, alongside Oprah and Elon (like that time you had lunch with them yesterday, you stupid little morons).
  8. Western values will be broken and surrendered.

These predictions fall into two categories-

(a) Futuristic, altruistic technobabble designed to capture imaginations, make us feel included, and take us on a magical journey into the future (like Tomorrowland at Disney).

(b) Outright drooling for a global, totalitarian state; a giant, feudal pyramid with them on top. Transhuman Gods reaping the spoils from saving the world, and us on the bottom, hauling gravel.

The video was released in 2016, and most of the predictions are coming true. Slowly, then all at once, just as America or (Ernest Hemmingway’s Mike Campbell) is bankrupted.

Biden is front man, but you can trace these threads back even further, carefully connecting dots to 9/11 or further. It’s just now, the hockey stick has turned up and gone vertical.

Property Rights

Sure, we still have those. They’re just subject to force majeure.

How many small businesses failed because governments forced them to close? Why is their business essential, and ours is nonessential?

How can the CDC put a moratorium on rent payments to property owners by willing renters with binding leases governing rights and responsibilities, singlehandedly destroying the sanctity of contracts?

Have they heard of the US Constitution?


I guess if the Fed can print money, Rochelle Walensky can impair contracts. Jimmy crack corn, and they don’t care.

Who owns my body if the President – not even the lawmaking branch of government – can force my employer to mandate an experimental mRNA vaccine injection?

Why can BlackRock and CEO Larry Fink (on the WEF Board of Trustees) borrow at nearly 0% to buy up whole neighborhoods, creating a permanent class of renters?

Who in their right mind would think a populace is so stupid, so blind to the lessons of history, so abused and bamboozled, that a future without property rights would appeal to them?

As long as we have Netflix, Facebook, and drone deliveries of cricket burgers, we’ll be all set?

Power and Influence

The USA has become the laughing stock of the world, the pièce de resistance being our bumbling withdrawal from Afghanistan, power and influence be damned.

This may answer the question of why they keep ol’ sleepy Joe in the office. It’s not about showing credibility to push through an agenda. It’s about infecting the country with rot.

Can you think of anything more damning to the American brand? Anything at all? Not even Trump’s buffoonry can match the damage done by Biden’s clueless, fecklessness.

Where’s the power and influence in this? How did we get here? Was he the best we could do?

Joe Biden was never the will of the American people. With Sanders running away with the nomination, Lucy yanked the democratic football from ol’ Bernie for the 2nd time in four years.

The machine panicked at Trump vs. Sanders, four more years without real control.

There was an emergency meeting over a Mahogany conference table, shrimp cocktail was served, and wham, the wheels were quickly greased in just the places. The next five candidates fell in line, Bloomberg, Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Steyer, dropping campaigns and endorsing Biden-


Just like that, Pop! goes the weasel.

Full disclosure, I have never voted for Trump, Sanders, or Biden, but I’m fairly certain only one would go along with the WEF agenda. Heading into Super Tuesday, he was toast. Then, just like the rug pull on Sanders four years prior (anointing Hilary), he was in like Flynn, a new lease on life.

They got him in office, but they can’t fix dementia.

Biden is very obviously cooked, and on a very obvious, and very rapid decline. The only question is, will they pull a weekend at Bernie’s when he drops dead in the tub?

Meat is getting rationed

Klaus Schwab, Greta Thunberg, and the 0.1% think cows cause climate change, so you’ll get less of them. It doesn’t really matter, the 2nd or 3rd order consequences. These people think in straight lines.

Evil lines, sure, but they don’t understand complex systems.

This is becoming apparent in a few different ways-

  • Everything now gets rationed through higher prices and shortages. Our favorite beef product – Southwest Marinated Sirloin (mmm, fajitas) from Central Market in Austin is up 60% since pre-pandemic, from $9.99 to $15.99 per pound. The official number for the last 12 months is 17%.
  • They tell us where we can and cannot shop, and where we can and cannot go. It’s a short trip from there to what we can and cannot eat. #HungryTogether
  • Major investments in lab grown meat and bugs as a better source of protein, plus considerable fanfare and Internet writing about it… What has four legs, antennae and can feed the world? Did you know crickets need 12x less feed than cows to produce the same protein?


And guess who’s got his greasy hands all over it, the Mister Rogers of the pandemic, funding All Things Bugs, Beyond Meats, Carbon Engineering, Impossible Foods, Memphis Meats, and Pivot Bio, now also the largest holder of farmland in the USA? Yup, Mr. Vaccine himself, Bill Gates-

The evil Mister Rogers, I should clarify. Unlike Bill Gates, Fred Rogers was a good man.

I’ve also read (but cannot verify) that his and many government investments in farmland will be used to shutter meat production, simply turn it off and cull the herds, not unlike California closing coal, natural gas, and nuclear plants to increase the state’s energy consumption share of renewables.

Umm, okay, but how about production? Like, when we need food? Or energy?

Anyone? Bueller?

This has disaster written all over it. Remember, it’s not the change, but the pace of change, that hurts.

Refugees are here (and will keep coming)

No matter your feelings on immigration, and how it should or should not happen, it’s happening now en masse, and very chaotically-

Border Crisis in pictures - Google Search

Shocking photos show 4,500 migrants camped under bridge in Texas community - Washington Times

“These people are basically turning themselves in to Border Patrol, and Border Patrol has no room for them at the Border Patrol station,” (Val Verde County Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez) told The Washington Times. “They’re technically not in custody. They come up, they’re given a ticket for placement, and they’re laying around waiting for a bus to pick them up.” The camp sits underneath the International Bridge between Del Rio and Ciudad Acuña in Mexico… The migrants are taking advantage of the Biden administration’s approach to border enforcement… Del Rio used to be a relatively calm part of the border but has seen massive increases this year in illegal activity and in border deaths. The region doesn’t have the infrastructure to accommodate the people it’s getting — including doing COVID testing... Sheriff Martinez said the migrant camp needs immediate attention. “It is not safe, it is not healthy, for all involved, for the people that are down there underneath the bridge. It is a situation that in my opinion has gone south and it’s not going to get any better until somebody does something,”

It began with a refugee crisis into Europe in 2015 (from the Middle East and North Africa), now they’re pouring into the USA from Central and South America, Haiti, Mexico, and Afghanistan.

The WEF said the cause will be climate change, but this is not due to climate change. It’s their forever wars, political instability, and the moving of pawns around chess boards by sociopaths.

The string-pullers see this as an opportunity to divide and destroy national identities, diluting any sense of unity, cohesion, and shared culture. It’s textbook divide-and-conquer.

The carbon racket is here

And it’s gone bananas in the form of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

Polluters will have to pay more, so altruistic, right? This “will make fossil fuels history”, they say. First off, how ridiculous is that statement?

Fossil fuels are 79% of US energy consumption-

U.S. energy consumption by source and sector, 2020 (eia.gov)

If we could wave our magic wand and (a) double energy production (and consumption) of renewables, (b) make everything 2x as efficient (and retrofitted for all-electric), and (c) not grow the economy or population at all, we’d still have to kill one in every three Americans to eliminate fossil fuels.

It’s more ridiculous technobabble.

Come take a ride, the world of tomorrow awaits! Leave your worries and your freedoms at the door, and come through the turnstile. Step right up, the magic’s in here!

Carbon credits and the ESG movement are just another racket to skim wealth and impart control on the productive economy, putting it in the hands of bureaucrats and busybodies, picking winners and losers by favoring projects who are willing to play in their giant game of screw-the-little-guy.

But ESG is here, and they love it. More tools to arrange our hamster maze.

Say goodbye to Western Values

What are these ‘western values’ they speak of?

Whether we think of a capitalist meritocracy, self-determination and the pursuit of happiness, democracy and voting rights, property rights, religious freedom, the rights to speech, assembly, or to bear arms, all these things flow from two core principles: Liberty, and justice.

Liberty means freedom from arbitrary or despotic control, and Justice means equal treatment under the law. It does not mean two classes of people, renters vs owners, vaxed vs unvaxed.

That pledge we made back in elementary school; it was not to the WEF.

It was not to Klaus Schwab or Joe Biden or to Netflix or Facebook. It was not to the US Government, to Congress, to the Office of the Presidency, to unquestioned authority, or even to America itself.

The allegiance I offered was to a Flag that promised those two things, and those things only: Liberty, and Justice for all. One nation, under God (with your freedom to worship or not, as you wish), and indivisible. Indivisible, that is, as long as those two core rights remained intact.

Liberty and justice are hanging by a thread.

The WEF is at the gates, and the deep state is letting them in. But the real power from our Republic is with us, in our numbers. To hell with the busybodies, don’t give them another inch.


Members join us for Part II here: Where to next...And who are they?


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://peakprosperity.com/wef-and-their-diabolical-reshaping-of-the-world/

To quote Joan Baez,

Why go looking for Lilacs, when you’re lying in a bed of Roses ?

Except … different.


Yes, the WEF may be filled with people who are primarily concerned with their own pay-check, and will do almost anything to sustain it.

But then, the same can be said about almost all management employees of almost all American corporations.


The dangers to Americans from other Americans are much closer to home than the WEF.



Id like to see more discussion on unbanking, or disentangling ones’self and assets from the banking system. Some people seem hesitant to discuss it because there is a feeling that maybe you’re doing something wrong. Id like to remind everyone that it is not illegal to take your money out of the bank. Its YOUR money, they are only offering a service.
But unbanking opens up a whole plethora of issues from paying bills, and check cashing, to storage, liquidation, etc. And just as many potential solutions; Bitcoin, PMs, barter, cash, money orders, western union, trusts, LLC’s, corporations in various configurations, etc, etc.
If we are going to be fighting for control of our resources and assets, we have to have some type of knowledge and a plan. You can’t hand all your money to these people and expect to have access to it like we do now, especially since they are basically TELLING you that they are going to use your dependence as a weapon to beat you into submission.
As most know here Im a big fan of self reliance, homesteading, and getting back to nature but that has to be combined with an intelligent approach to taking back control of whats yours.
I’ll reiterate again; There is nothing wrong, illegal or ‘bad’ in holding YOUR money outside the banks. At some point, its not inconceivable to think that you wont be allowed to have a bank account or access your money without some kind of social credit pass. You dont want to wait until the bank sends you a check and closes your account for failure to present that information.
You should be one step ahead of these bastards. So the second the banks take that position you pull whatever you have left out of that account and have your trustee deposit it into your family trust account or something like that.


We went on a weekend trip and the master (no mask) /slave (mask) feeling was everywhere. All the service staff was required to wear masks.



I’d be interested in more discussion on un banking!

I’ve taken small steps like slowing taking cash out and purchasing some visa gift cards. I don’t know how to handle bill paying and of course the biggest challenge is all of the income streams are on direct deposit.



“Throughout history, the important and recurring pattern has been to search for scapegoats and place the blame firmly on the outsider.” (Location 152, Kindle)”

Here in the UK, we saw daily scapegoating & public shaming in the local & national press - hikers (or broke hairdressers forced to open up in lockdown) were blamed for the pandemic… Jab sceptics became the next set of scapegoats - even though the jabs don’t stop transmission…

Recently in the Daily Mirror:



I still wear a N95 mask when shopping etc. - because we’re still dealing with a possible gain-of-function pathogen with unknown long-term consequences… So it might be best to err on the side of caution - even if you’ve already had the virus, like me…


At this point I am more concerned about a made in China mask than I am of the virus. I live pretty rural and even our weekend get away was in off season.

I have to admit, there are no perfect answer in all of this.

Living is dangerous, no one gets out alive!



Do you have a source where this quote comes from?

First, we’ll use the opportunity – never let a crisis waste, ya? – to bang the COVID drums louder and louder until you are scared to death, a total hysteria, destroying the cohesion of society itself, dividing families and communities – brother against brother, father vs son, neighbor after neighbor. Then we’ll introduce the vaccines – holy, beloved, beautiful vaccines – the righteous path to normalcy. As we ratchet crisis up and down with a Greek alphabet of COVID variants, we’ll blame the whole mess on the unwashed, unvaccinated. We’ll blame until you are ready to hurt. Then, we’ll have total control to implement the Great Reset agenda to save the world.

Were you previously ‘One Jab to Rule Them All’? Just wondering…


Yes. I think ‘nudging’ is a more topical/apt term now, as more people are becoming aware of the PSYOPs being conducted against them.

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The best thing you can do is try and gently educate your community and beyond if possible, to the realities of all this and prepare to come together and help each other out when TSHTF. Put an emphasis on how you all are going to help one another get what is needed, the care and attention, food and comfort, sharing and working together, who can do what and how.

This is what most people want anyway, collapse or not, so it is an attractive discussion. It gives piece of mind and empowers everyone. If you can achieve some of this then people will be more responsive to understanding all the bad shit.

Truth is if you don’t have this you are phucked anyway because if you are the only one all prepped up in a sea of chaos it doesn’t matter, nothing matters at that point. If you are somehow “unbanked” and tens of thousands of others all around you are not, it doesn’t matter a lick if the banks lock up, your toast, and not the light golden brown kind with butter and jam, the black smoking kind.



First they came for those 65 or older

Then they came for those that were scared

then they came for the medical workers

then they came for those over 18

then they came for those employed by employers with 100 or more people

then they came for those that were over 12

Now they are coming for those over 5

Is it GO time yet? What is a bridge too far? Is there one?


Victoria BC is mask & jab central! If one is to believe what the authorities are spewing, then about 80% of the population is jabbed and dutifully wear their masks, even when/where NOT required to. Note virtually none are N-95 masks. All tend to be either surgical or cloth masks. And of course it is now a fashion parade! ?

To give you an idea of the propaganda and hit pieces we are subjected to, see this small article about our Provincial Health Officer recently completing a running event. What is said is full of lies and a total misrepresentation of what is happening at protests. There are many who think that the young woman she mentions is in fact a paid shill. I do not doubt it, at all.

The attitudes, vitriol, and outright discrimination of those who are standing up for freedom of choice is absolutely appalling. There are now people actually showing glee over those who are losing their jobs due to mandates. It is beyond sickening… this is mass psychosis at its best!

With Remembrance Day nearing on Nov 11th, I suspect we will see a full force of hypocrites wearing red poppies. Anyone who supports these mandates and dons a poppy dishonours all those who fought and died for our freedoms!!! No doubt they will not be able to see it that way. Indeed I expect there will be media spin to flip-flop that into the un-vaxxed being blamed for the loss of freedoms.

I liken what we are doing to being a bad guy walking into a saloon full of Sheriffs who are having a beer. It is a tad uncomfortable… we who are the minority do however remain steadfast and committed to defending the Constitutional and Nuremberg Code rights of all people. It is all about freedom of choice!

Without human rights, without liberty and justice, we are nothing. Klaus, Bill et al can take their WEF blueprint for the future and stick it where the sun don’t shine! That is not the kind of world I want to live in. And that is why I do what I do, no matter how difficult it gets. We will prevail, and these SOB globalists will fail!





Armstrong has an interesting analysis about one way they could undermine the economy. (To Build Back Better, of course). He specifically talks about wiping out the savings of the Plebes by “hacking the banks” as one mechanism.


History repeats all the time. With digital currencies, the next war may not be counterfeiting the paper currency of an opponent. This time, they will have to hack the banks and wipe out people’s savings to economically undermine their economy. This means that every bank will become a target to hackers, whereas traditionally in war you simply attack the currency of the sovereign.


Who Would SURVIVE the Collapse of Civilization

Ten and a half minutes, well worth watching!


Yesterday I sent excerpts of the mountie’s description of what our governments are doing to us as domestic abuse to several friends asking them to read it. It was just meant to show them what I am going through right now. I didn’t think it was that provocative.

This is what I got back from one of them, a friendly, well-off, comfortable, kind, well-travelled woman friend in her mid-70s, this morning. It’s close to hate language. So sad to lose long-term friends like this :-(

Begin forwarded message:
Subject: The duty of a government is to protect its citizens...........
Date: October 25, 2021 at 9:12:29 PM EDT
To: (me)
Reply-To: XXXXX

As I said before we are fighting a war against a deadly foe. It is an enormous insult to all the medical personnel who fight to save people every single day, many of whom have lost their own lives trying to save others, to fail to take all possible precautions against covid. Our government is trying to protect those of us who choose to be prudent from the willful, selfish, stupidity of those who refuse vaccination. Comparing their actions with those of domestic abusers would be laughable if it were not so dangerous and indeed subversive.

Do not send me any more of these inane e-mails.



…is the civil rights issue of the 21st century. This is my primary political issue. All other crises stem from the centripetal velocity of debt-based currencies and systemic usury.

The entire planet has been under the control of a global financial dictatorship for quite some time, now. Most people don’t recognize it, because they are like a fish in water, so immersed in the thing so as not to recognize it. Chris Martenson, Damon Vrabel, and Mike Maloney have done excellent videos explaining the nature of the bond market. In fact, there’s no shortage of information on how money works, yet people still remain ignorant.

If you’ve read my definitions of western Authoritarianism (the store is always open), then you’ll respect why I don’t have much hope for organized resistance.

The average American (and most first-worlders) could not imagine life without the following:

  • Bank Account
  • Credit Card
  • Mobile Phone
  • Free/Pay Television (including Netflix, et al)
  • Internet
  • Online Retailers
  • Social Media
All of the above are luxuries. If you don't think so, you're the proverbial fish in water. As these are luxuries, you should be able to consciously walk away from them. I use cash for every IRL purchase. But even if I was a mattress stuffer, I'd still be a slave to the bond market.

The Bitcoin crowd doesn’t get it, either, in my opinion. I’ve asked how they use it without access to energy? Crickets. I’ve asked how it avoids the systemic usury and centripetal velocity? Again, crickets. Guess what? Nunya Bitcoin enthusiasts have as much as the whales do (which are now countries, btw).

So what is money?
North Dakota has the only state-owned bank in the U.S. This enables them to control interest rates at the state level, so they can run counter-cyclical policies accordingly. This is how they were the only state in the union still in the black during the 2008 subprime sabotage. And people may wryly point at the oil production there, but in truth, the farmers kept their farms because of the policies of a socialist bank. Cue bogeyman.

Local Communities also have local currencies, which is technically unconstitutional. These currencies may only be spent in a specific place, but systems like these, again must preclude global industrial civilization. Those gigantic human endeavors aren’t being paid for with Mountain Hours.

Then we have the states just doing what the Fed does. The Minnesota Transportation Act was a law to simply print money to repair their state’s roads and infrastructure. Novel concept for some. Not sure what the ultimate fate of this bill was.

Money is an abstract utility. There are concepts of currency like positive money and modern monetary theory (which, nobody on the internet understands, btw) that attempt to understand money in a different way. Just to clarify the earlier comment, the Fed’s QE4EVA approach is not MMT. Think the Minnesota Transportation Act: Printing money and building roads with it, instead of WMDs and wars. You have to create physical, tangible wealth from the money printed.

What are your thoughts on money?


That was me rewording the quote from Klaus’ book above it. Sorry for any confusion!