The anticipated ‘second wave’ has hit Victoria, who will reimpose stage three restrictions on 10 postcodes until at least July 29 in a bid to contain new ‘COVID-19’ cases detected.
The move signifies the beginning of a new chapter in the #CoronaHoax timeline, which will slowly spread to a national level once again on track towards the Brave New World agenda.
In the 19th century, a hideous revolution took place in culture with the aim of redesigning the self-conception of the human species, from that of a cognitive and creative being made by intelligent design, to that of an instinct-driven, ape-like creature.
This group of scientific clergymen based their revolution on the work of Charles Darwin, and used his theory of ‘natural selection’ to create a new religious-like belief system.
This scientific upheaval has been so successful, that while we live in a world of potentially unlimited ‘progress’, our descent into a totally bestial view of man has created both an inability to realise this potential and an existential crisis for the human race.
As long as there has been governments, there has been protests against them. We have heard many tales of the masses using their voice against the powers of the establishment.
However, in recent months, we have seen peaceful protests by 5G activists and anti-lockdown protesters shut down under ‘public health’ restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nonviolent resistance is twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts -- and history shows it only takes the engagement of 3.5% of the population to bring about change.
Is it not a ‘negative’ thing to accept the nature of the masses, nor is it to separate from them. In fact, as research shows, this dichotomy is always the way it must be for change to occur.
Australia actively participates in discussions to implement Agenda 2030, supporting involvement of all development actors, including civil society organisations, the private sector, philanthropic groups and academia.
Where can we find the United Nations embedded in Australian society? How is the world body influencing key institutions towards a ‘sustainable’ future?