Comrades, in his weekly monologue Neil Oliver walks through the stages of mental exhaustion the corrupt globalists have created in order to retain power. Looking at the landscape through the prism of George Orwell’s prescient warnings, Oliver ponders if the mirrored reality is actually their roadmap.
The Ministry of Abundance positioned to discharge the pending scarcity. The Ministry of Peace now used to carry out wars without authority. The Ministry of Truth purposefully created to retain lies…. and so it goes. Indeed as the warning was predicted, even “to wear an improper expression on your face (to look incredulous when a victory was announced, for example) was itself a punishable offense. There was even a word for it in Newspeak, facecrime it was called.”
The Global Ministry of Nutrition now instructs us to enjoy the benefits of eating bugs, slugs and “lab-grown meat” amid rising costs of farming. The Ministry of Residential Equity promotes the benefits of tiny houses; shared space cubicles where owning nothing leads to increased happiness. The Ministry of Education replaces academic endeavors with emotional learning. Math replaced by pansexual dance lessons for the non-binary kindergarteners. Smile Comrade, smile
Is someone out there using George Orwell's work not as a warning, but as an owner’s manual? asks Neil Oliver
The enemy have us surrounded. Good! Now we know where to find the bastards! -various
Comrade dissidents, in his weekly monologue Neil Oliver draws attention to the World Health Organization (WHO) effort to assemble the Global Pandemic Response Treaty, a collective pact with the industrious mission to control the threat of human parasites.
As Oliver notes, the objective of the W.H.O. mission is to coordinate a whole-of-planet approach, by giving instructions to all governmental signatories for how to best manage the problematic behavior of free-range citizens. People are the dangerous carbon they seek to mitigate.
This so-called pandemic treaty is the single, greatest global power grab that any of us has seen in our lifetime, says Neil Oliver