WestCanMan Posted March 5, 2022 Report Share Posted March 5, 2022 So there's this thing going around social media, it's about a guy who predicted all of these covid events a while ago, or got the info from some Klaus Schwab book or whatever. I didn't read it because it all looked like BS. Someone could have easily written it recently, printed it, and then just acted like it was from a long time ago, blah, blah, blah. I mostly disregarded it, don't even remember where I saw it. I don't know if the Ukraine/Russia war was mentioned in it, I just remember that the last part of it was about a huge cyberstrike that's gonna wipe out world banking or something and make covid look like no big deal. This is all vague for me because I didn't really care, but all of a sudden the cyberstrike thing seems to make sense. I'm not saying that it's likely to happen or at least be successful, but I can see the motive for it now, and I think that an attempt is likely. Faith in the legitimacy of our banking system has suddenly come into question from right here in Canada of all places. Now there are wealthy Russians being dispossessed of their belongings. For people who believed that the truckers were all white supremacists and that Ukraine was a great neighbour to Russia who never provoked an attack, maybe this all sounds great, but just know that at any time when the powers that be decide that you're backing the wrong thing, you can and will be dispossessed without recourse. Which means, you don't actually own a single thing right now. You just have some stuff because the gov't lets you. Has a hacker group in Russia been pissed off enough to do a cyberstrike? Are these people who suddenly have the power to seize everyone else's money just gonna pretend that there was a cyberstrike and wipe out all of our possesssions? The thought that we can all be dispossessed of everything that we've "earned" with the stroke of a keyboard is suddenly a fact of life. The New World Order stuff that all sounded like idiocy a few weeks ago suddenly seems to make more sense than believing in the status quo that we knew back in 2019. Was that the zenith of our western civilization? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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