This is the first of maybe three articles
Maybe you’ve seen the film Tora! Tora! Tora! and remember one of the last scenes in that film.
The planes have returned to the Japanese Carriers and the pilots have reported success. They are ready and eager to return to the fray.
In the wardroom, the Commanders and the Admirals get a briefing and review the damage. Much has been achieved, but their primary objective was to sink the American aircraft carriers. But the American carriers were not at Pearl Harbour and the Japanese do not know where they are. The comment then made and attributed to Naval Marshal General Isoroku Yamamoto by the screenwriters was “I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” The Japanese fleet breaks off the attack and returns to Japan to await the American onslaught.
With the benefit of hindsight and the access to historical papers Yamamoto’s fear is understated. In fact the Japanese mission was a failure before it had even set sail for the Hawiian Islands. All the planning, all the resources, all the commitment, and the lives lost were no more than a contrivance of the American Deep State. But the Japanese had no way of finding out other than by attacking Pearl Harbour.
I see the Covid-19 Plandemic as a sort of Pearl Harbour Attack. I’ve looked several of the key medical papers arguing for Masks and Vaccinations, and for the arguments for mandatory actions and found them fraudulent. Now I’m seeing movement from people whose family members have been harmed and who want justice from an unjust system. I do not think that the brave new world order thirty years in the planning will achieve its objectives unless there is some secret technology soon to be revealed. Instead I see a coming together of a mass of people filled with a terrible resolve. Whether that coming together can reach a critical mass and whether constructive objectives can be agreed remains to be seen, but as a first change, trust in institutions and in government is breaking down on a wider scale. There may be a New World Order, but not one made according to plan.