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About the current time - Part 3

Look, I understand of course that it is all well meant and that the chimney must smoke. And that it is not that simple or black and white. And I have nothing against these, mostly good friends from the past, and I can still laugh with them and have fun with them. All I want and do now is to make a critical comment on everything we now normally find. It is so important to keep realizing and feeling with every fiber in your body that it is not normal what is happening now.

And I also know that I'm not the only one who expresses concern about this Corona crisis. But the important thing is that we have to look beyond the practical problems we are facing every day.
We must also see, and especially see through, what the underlying agenda is of what is happening right in front of our eyes. I know that sounds like a conspiracy. But I'm afraid it is. I can't see it differently, however much I would like to. So exactly as I formulate it here I mean it. I am referring to the World Economic Forum site and database, with their more than impressive even downright intimidating amount of information:

(https://intelligence.weforum.org/?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2717824_StrategicIntelligence-Covid-19DigitalMembershipCampaign&ut & emailType = Strategic Intelligence Update).

And so there are the infinite number of publications on various forums, the most prominent of which are:

- Event 201 (https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/event201/),

- ID2020 (https://id2020.org),

- The Rockefeller Foundation (https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org),

- CEPI (https://cepi.net),

- World Health Organization (https://www.who.int),

- George Soros Open Society Foundation (https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org)

And who of course should not be missing in this list is the

- Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (https://www.gatesfoundation.org)

For example, I recently showed the World Economic Forum website to a good colleague and girlfriend who works in the world of advertising and information. I showed this website as a perfect example of how good, smooth and ingenious an in and in bad message could be packed. And believe me, that message is really very, very wrong. But she was immediately so impressed by the site itself that it was then only about the form, and no longer about the content.

Incidentally, it is striking that on this site of the World Economic Forum a sphere with spines (…) has been chosen as an interface on the many pages that subsequently contain the countless layers with innumerable publications and references. Conceptually a fairly ingeniously designed design. And a crystal clear graphic representation of… the Corona virus. But I think that will be… just coincidence.

Speaking of the importance of good presentation. If a student of mine came up with this design, he could immediately come and collect his diploma Summa Cum Laude plus a golden pencil.

That site plus database alone can be used to deduce how many thousands and thousands of man hours must have been there. In other words this must have been prepared years ago, down to the smallest detail, in every conceivable area.

And then this is just the tip of the iceberg. The tsunami of information in the form of policy documents, reports, websites, symposia, articles and what has not been produced over the years has been more than impressive. It is everywhere. This slowly seeps through the many media; television, movies, newspapers, games, books, talk shows, you name it. It even got into our personal belief system. We are, as it were, locked up in a network, prison, consisting of concepts, ideas and prejudices, without being aware of it. It is not without reason that the following quote by Aldous Huxley is so telling:

“The brainwashed victim does not know that he is a victim. The walls of his prison are invisible to him and he believes he is free. ”

Or freely translated: The best way to keep people captive is to give them the illusion that they are free.
A normal person would not dare to work on this. 

 

And then this is just the tip of the iceberg. The tsunami of information in the form of policy documents, reports, websites, symposia, articles and what has not been produced over the years has been more than impressive. It is everywhere. This slowly seeps through the many media; television, movies, newspapers, games, books, talk shows, you name it. It even got into our personal belief system. We are, as it were, locked up in a network, prison, consisting of concepts, ideas and prejudices, without being aware of it. It is not without reason that the following quote by Aldous Huxley is so telling: “The brainwashed victim does not know that he is a victim. The walls of his prison are invisible to him and he believes he is free. ” Or freely translated: The best way to keep people captive is to give them the illusion that they are free.

A normal person would not dare to work on this. Except to earn a few medals from that, of course. Because fair is fair, the chimney must and will smoke!

But let's face it, the course design does not have such a best track record when it comes to integrity and engagement, apart from a few individuals, see the exhibition on Design in the Third Reich.

The question is where do you draw the line? When do we say as an individual; stop, it is enough! The excellently documented (using only information and sources that are public, for example) and more than reasonable James Corbett, from the excellent site www.corbettreport.com, are very clear about this. He calls on everyone to find out where their limits are. Specifically, is that with mandatory masks, a trace app, keeping 1.5 meters away, social isolation, mandatory and at a later stage forced vaccinations, forced isolation at home or in special camps? Or already with contactless payment? These should be real dilemmas for every healthy person. Because if we don't draw a line, we end up as soulless people who do and like exactly what the elite think we should do and like.

Indicate that limit that you refuse to cooperate and take the consequences for granted in the form of social exclusion, the imposition of fines, including a record, prison sentence and a criminal record.

The run-up to World War III has already begun. I myself compare it with the situation around 1935. All signs of impending doom are in sight; violent riots, groups of people that stand or are incited against each other, restrictive (emergency) measures, crumbling confidence in existing institutions, chaos that demands a new order.

What I want to say in the end is that designers, with a few exceptions, do not distinguish themselves from the rest of the Dutch population in recognizing exactly where things go wrong and where the devil reveals himself. (Staunch conspiracy thinkers may even take this literally!).

But why did I think it wouldn't? A perfectly fair question. My most honest answer to that is; in my naivety I still had a kind of vain hope that designers, especially those I know well and whom I admire for their work, positive energy and creative spirit, would simply know better. And my left-wing, PvdA-oriented education, always gave me, consciously or unconsciously, the feeling for a long time that 'we' left people were 'better' or had 'better' ideas or at least knew better what and where things went wrong in the world.

Over the years I have learned that this was a great error.

I can only hope that when it comes down to it I will be as brave as my great uncle.

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