Exposing the Dark Agenda Behind the “Resource-Based Economy”


Richard Moore

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Exposing the Dark Agenda Behind the “Resource-Based Economy”

I quote from the YouTube page:

24/7 surveillance. Smart grid controls. Carbon rationing. Today we talk to “Technocracy Rising” author Patrick Wood about the hidden history of technocracy, the dark plan for a resource-based economy that is being pushed by the Trilateral Commission, the UN, and other globalist institutions in order to bring about a completely managed, controlled and regulated society.

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This is the workings of Agenda 21, and Patrick Wood understands the history and the way it is unfolding in the world. And James Corbett, as ever, is such a knowledgeable interviewer.

This interview lays out the effective working system on the globe, although it misses the ultimate controllers for whom capitalism, which Patrick rightly sees as being under threat (or more accurately, the opportunity unfettered entrepreneurship in the opportunity sense, not unfettered in terms of planetary impact), is just a play toy, since they create the paper money we are persuaded to give value to as they control the real assets of the world – real estate, resources, gold, energy, etc. I’m talking about the Rothschilds and their friends, who are hidden behind several layers.

Nevertheless, this interview is a powerful, powerful segue into the games being played, how they are played and who is playing them, including the opening up of China.

And their agenda is complete transformation of life on the planet as we know it. Make no mistake about this. And they are well along that path. Ever thought about that smart meter that’s been installed at your house in the last couple of years being used to turn off the power to your house if you use more than your allocation? Today, they just send you nice notices telling you how you’re doing relative to your neighbours. Give them time.

Well worth an hour of your time to watch.