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No New Abnormal

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The City Of Towers And Gates (How The WEF Is Taking Over EVERYTHING)

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Originally posted at: https://youtu.be/ZOOtPB1pYtE A normie-friendly summary of WEF shenanigans.


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April 12th 2022  

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3 Comments

MichaelAttoe

- 3 months ago  

The only thing I would disagree with what he said here is that he he missed the fact that Klaus Schwab actually attended Harvard in the 1970s and became involved with the likes of Henry Kissinger and the CIA at that time. From what I can remember reading, the WEF was likely a creation of the CIA who put Klaus Schwab in place as their puppet. After all, as was said in this video, Schwab was actually a penniless nobody at the time, so one would naturally have to wonder how he would have any influence to bring anybody of import into the fold of the WEF.

AAAuser

- 3 months ago  

Bit coin isn't real, it can disappear at the push of a button.

MichaelAttoe

- 3 months ago  

It is real in terms of a blip existing in a computer, and the blockchain technology used to create it and monitor it ensures that it cannot be simply deleted (there are instances of it being stolen by hacking though). However, it is not real in the sense that it represents anything of real value as it is not associated in the least with any actual material wealth, and there is no widespread agreement that it has any value in terms of how much goods and services can be obtained with it. Furthermore, even if somebody agrees to accept cryptocurrency in exchange for goods and services, cryptocurrencies are so unstable that a merchant could easily lose the profit on his goods sold before he can exchange the cryptocurrency for fiat currency. There is no cryptocurrency in existence right now that is not valuated in terms of how much fiat currency it can be exchanged for, which implies that it has no value in and of itself.