This statement was clearly addressing the faithful globalists, while sending a clear warning to the non-globalists, no matter the globalist devotion they demonstrated in the past.
Some may have “digressed” by ultimately identifying with their national sovereignty, rather than with a global dictatorship. The recent assassination of Shinzo Abe may have been a case in point. – And a warning to others? See this
Is Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro in the Globalists’ crosshairs?
The WEF’s announcement, “We have the means to impose the state of the world,” was made during one of the “closed-door” sessions, of which this time there weren’t many. Of the Big Leaders, those who are supposed to defend the Globalist agenda, many were absent. President Putin, basically by “disinvitation”, President Xi Jinping, because of the Chinese covid-lockdown, and Joe Biden, well, who knows? Maybe because he was too busy caring for Taiwan.
This May 2022 WEF Conference, it was clear from the outset, was not the usual globalist WEF, where the globalists discuss in semi-secret their next steps to bring the world under one roof, THEIR roof, the globalist roof.
There was Henry Kissinger, suggesting that Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy should make concessions in order to achieve peace. A similar recommendation was made by NATO’s Jens Stoltenberg.
Others are gradually detaching themselves from the unilateral and unquestioned support of Ukraine, of delivering sophisticated weapons to a country that does not have the military personnel trained to use them, and where it has become amply clear that a large proportion of the western supplied arms is ending up on the black market.
In the past two years, too much opposition to Globalisation has grown in countries and governments which used to be part of the Globalist Agenda. Possibly thanks to covid. The Covid Lockstep, putting all 193 UN member countries (194 WHO members) on the same tyrannical, all-destructive lockstep train, may have helped governments who still care about their people, especially those of the Global South, to wake up.
They see the encroaching poverty as a consequence of the worldwide covid mandates, and foresee the impending debt-enslavement by the IMF and World Bank in order to feed their people and keep their economy alive. Even with loans form the Bretton Woods Institutions, recovering from the economic covid-breakdown, is a challenge for most of the Global South.
Hence, their ever-growing rejection of the Globalist Agenda; hence the WEF’s ever more dreadful crackdown on the non-compliers. Several African leaders, who refused to go along with the covid mandates, died under questionable circumstances. Also, President Jovenel Moïse of Haiti was assassinated in July 2021. He refused the vaccination mandate for his country.
Simultaneously, with oppressive measures for non-compliers, US President Biden initiated in December 2021 the most blatant steps towards abolishing democracy and nations’ sovereignty. He mandated WHO to pass a so-called “Pandemic Treaty” which would give WHO universal health decision power, overriding individual nations’ health regulations and health sovereignty. On about mid-May 2022, a first vote by the World Health Assembly rejected the tyrannical treaty. Since then, discussions and coercion of member countries for them to approve the “Pandemic Treaty” are ongoing.
President Bolsonaro was slow in adopting the vaxx agenda in 2021. As a consequence, Brazil apparently suffered suddenly an on-swell of covid deaths way higher than any other Latin American country. At least that’s what the media made redundantly clear, for everybody to grasp that disobedience may have a heavy price.
On May 23, 2022, when asked by journalists about the WHO Pandemic Treaty, Bolsonaro said in no mistaken terms:
“National sovereignty is not something to be handed over to the WHO, just to join a club of seemingly advanced nations”.
On May 24, 2022, Klaus Schwab answered at the WEF Davos Conference,
“Let’s be clear the future is not just happening the future is built by us, a powerful community here in this room. We have the means to impose the state of the world.”
Brazil’s General elections are scheduled for 2 October 2022 to elect the President, Vice President, and the National Congress. Bolsonaro is not the front runner.
Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-2011), known as Lula, is ahead in the polls with 45% against Bolsonaro’s 31% (poll 10 July 2022, Wikipedia). This may be Bolsonaro’s salvation.
During his first mandate, Lula, a left-winger, had already sold his country to the globalist New York bankers. If he commits to following the Globalists agenda to the fullest, he is as good as elected Brazil’s next President.