“Having close to 200 independent states is a hindrance rather than a help.”—Yuval Noah Harari, From Animals into Gods: A Brief History of Humankind
The “elites” promise to have turned Earth into an Edenic paradise by the year 2030—the year their Messiah, FM-2030, will be reincarnated. Joking aside, FM-2030 was a real person and the year 2030 does seem to have some deep significance, although it is somewhat obscure. Regarding the man FM-2030, his real name was Fereidoun M. Esfandiary. He was a transhumanist who served on the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine and was a corporate consultant for JC Penny and Lockheed. He chose the name FM-2030 as he believed he would celebrate his hundredth birthday in 2030 (at present, his corpse is being cryopreserved at the Alcor Life Extension facility in Arizona), and because, as he stated, “Conventional names define a person’s past: ancestry, ethnicity, nationality, religion. … The name 2030 reflects my conviction that the years around 2030 will be a magical time. In 2030 we will be ageless and everyone will have an excellent chance to live forever. 2030 is a dream and a goal.”
Indeed, the desire to rub out all distinctions between and among people is a common theme with the ruling class—with some obvious exceptions—and 2030 has become almost this mythical endpoint for all of the various globalist projects such as the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the World Economic Forum’s 2030Vision. For what it’s worth, the latter project’s partners include Salesforce, Google, Facebook, two arms of the United Nations, the Government of Botswana, Microsoft, Amazon, the Overseas Development Institute (a kind of Chatham House/USAID-type entity), and more.
2030 is also 2+3=5—five points or pentagram (Pentagon, etc.). Maybe a stretch, and maybe eminently silly to the reader, but rest assured a great many of the “elites” actually believe in things like astrology and numerology, and are deeply in invested in the occult. Why do you think the powerful individuals who attend the bizarre rituals in places like Bohemian Grove and give praise to Moloch while sacrificing an effigy of a child do what they do? Moloch, for the record, was a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice, through fire or war. “You shall not give any of your children to devote them by fire to Moloch, and so profane the name of your God” (Leviticus 18:21).
This 2030 vision is reflected pretty much across the board of most all globalist institutions (irrespective of “public” or “private”), from the aforementioned lot to the Government of Saudi Arabia to the World Health Organization’s Immunization Agenda 2030. The planning has long been in the works, and the infrastructure and regulatory framework is being brought on line as we speak.
Writing for the MIT Sloan Management Review in 2019, Andrew S. Winston discussed the “mega-trends” the “elites” have in store for the global population in 2030, which include at least two-thirds of the world’s projected 8.5 billion people shoved into cities, where “effects will include the need for more big buildings with better management technologies (big data and AI that makes buildings much more efficient).” Additionally, Winston writes, “The amount of information collected on every person, product, and organization will grow exponentially, and the pressure to share that information — with customers and consumers in particular — will expand. … But all these tools will shatter privacy in the process.” Technology is clearly the accelerant toward this globalist Panopticon whatever the justification, be it climate change, “inclusion,” or COVID-19 contact tracing and vaccine passports, which are already being tied to financial services, such as Samsung Pay and CommonHealth’s Vaccine Pass, “a digital version of your COVID-19 vaccine record you can conveniently add to Samsung Pay.” Other similar apps include CLEAR Health Pass and Excelsior Pass. Why would this be necessary? And think longer-term, not the short-term justifications.
By the way, CLEAR Health Pass’s catchphrase is “Come Back Better,” reminiscent of Joe Biden’s campaign phrase “Build Back Better,” which is not an accident: the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Councils section of their website states explicitly that:
Global Future Council members provide strategic insights, scientific evidence, forward guidance and multidisciplinary understanding of major issues that will shape the post-COVID world through: Identifying and monitoring the latest trends, scientific research and frontier technologies with significant potential to transform societies, industries and regions. …Contributing their expertise and knowledge, sharing key lessons and developing innovative ideas to “building back better” initiatives of industry, regional and solution platforms.
We can see that the Establishment is priming the population for the continued Fourth Industrial Revolution and the AI-driven future. Despite its sheen, this agenda will subjugate and degrade humanity, and make no mistake, it is not just society but humanity itself that will be modified to fit the vision, not the other way around. As Klaus Schwab (founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum) himself notes:
The ability to edit biology can be applied to practically any cell type, enabling the creation of genetically modified plants or animals, as well as modifying the cells of adult organisms including humans. … In fact, the science is progressing so fast that the limitations are now less technical than they are legal, regulatory and ethical. The list of potential applications is virtually endless. … It is in the biological domain where I see the greatest challenges for the development of both social norms and appropriate regulation. We are confronted with new questions around what it means to be human, what data and information about our bodies and health can or should be shared with others, and what rights and responsibilities we have when it comes to changing the very genetic code of future generations.
The answer of what can and should be shared for Schwab and his ilk is, of course, everything. The use of surveillance technology as it pertains to COVID-19 is very much a part of the World Economic Forum’s agenda, as Head of Corporate Governance and Trust Daniel Dobrygowski calls this “crisis relevant tech.” Much as 9/11 ushered in an ever-expanding era of mass surveillance in the United States, COVID-19 is serving a similar purpose (among many other insidious purposes) both in the US and abroad—both engineered events have been major catalysts in dragging the public along the road to the globalists’ future utopia by playing on their fears and using propaganda to mold and shape the narrative.
Klaus Schwab has discussed the possibility of AI-shaping narratives, and given the number of sheer coincidences (or not), and the fact that AI does in fact now generate a significant number of news features as opposed to articles by human authors, this is not all that much of a stretch, especially given the advances in quantum computing. With velocity as a key feature of the modern world, as Schwab is quick to acknowledge, the power of AI to simply overwhelm the human mind in a deluge of data is becoming more of a possibility than ever. Indeed, as the Israeli author and proponent of this agenda Yuval Noah Harari states:
It is all about the data. … When power is concentrated and hierarchical and you inject AI, it’s much easier for algorithms to take it over. It’s a gradual shift. More and more decisions are taken by the algorithms that humans don’t understand. They trust their algorithm but they don’t understand the decisions they are taking and they find increasingly that they become like puppets in the hands of these algorithms.
As far as “crisis relevant tech” is concerned, Tim Hinchliffe writes:
The WEF openly supports the development of so-called “crisis-relevant tech” as evidenced by its backing the development of health passports, which act as digital records of your health status to determine whether or not you are free to travel or even go outside. Earlier this year the WEF announced it was supporting the development and launch of CommonPass — a platform whose mission is “to develop and launch a standard global model to enable people to securely document and present their COVID-19 status (either as test results or an eventual vaccination status) to facilitate international travel and border crossing while keeping their health information private.” The WEF also lent its support to another health passport initiative called CovidPass, which was built by one of the WEF’s own “Young Global Leaders,” Mustapha Mokass, who used to be an advisor at the World Bank. CovidPass “uses blockchain technology to store encrypted data from individual blood tests, allowing users to prove that they have tested negative for COVID-19.” In supporting both CommonPass and CovidPass, the Davos elite have made it clear they want “crisis-relevant tech” like health passports to be part of the great reset solution.
People are obviously reticent to have themselves tracked and traced, as the WEF readily acknowledged in July 2020: “Non-mandatory contact tracing apps have met with only limited success so far due to privacy concerns.” Consequently, larger carrots and sticks have been needed to coerce the population into compliance, such as bribing them with stimulus checks/UBI and/or framing those who do not accept this foreign material being injected into their bodies as public health threats. And because concepts such as the COVID-19 “health passport” are conspiracy theories (like the Great Reset itself, as The New York Times will remind you, even though there was an issue of Time magazine dedicated to it, and the entire World Economic Forum website centers around it, and Schwab has published books on it), Denmark rolled out its coronavirus digital passport in early 2021, available on the Danish digital health portal, sundhed.dk. Estonia began experimenting with a “digital immunity passport” in 2020, and as of February 2021, the UK government was funding at least eight firms to develop a similar platform. Many airlines have a mobile app version as well. Just conspiratorial nonsense, though, by “fringe extremists,” criminals, misinformation spreaders, and terrorists (all terms being linked in the flood of propaganda regarding any dissident, be it regarding stolen elections or the COVID-19 medicalized tyranny).
Also sitting at the intersection of medical tyranny and big data/technology is the World Health Organization. You may recognize them from the ongoing COVID-19 saga as a preeminent authority on all things coronavirus. In addition to the centrality of data as they readily acknowledge, per their Immunization Agenda 2030:
The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded the world of the power of vaccines. … Immunization is playing a critical role in achieving the [United Nations] Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Immunization reaches more people than any other health and social service, making it the foundation of primary health care systems and a key driver toward universal health coverage. This makes immunization critical to SDG3. … Because health is so fundamental to development, IA2030 will also contribute—either directly or indirectly—to 13 of the other SDGs. Immunization is an investment for the future, creating a healthier, safer and more prosperous world for all.
Another representative organization, in this instance linking finance and “inclusion” (unless, presumably, you don’t take the jab) would be the Council for Inclusive Capitalism established by the Vatican; according to its website, “The Council is led by Guardian CEOs and global leaders,” who naturally include people like Marc Benioff of Salesforce, Mark Carney (UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance and Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Finance Adviser for COP26; former Governor of the Bank of England; former Governor of the Bank of Canada; Board member of Bloomberg Philanthropies; member of the Group of Thirty; member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum), William Lauder of the Estée Lauder Companies, Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson, Kenneth C. Frazier of Merck, Mark Weinberger of EY, Darren Walker of the Ford Foundation, Rajiv Shah of the Rockefeller Foundation, and Lynn Forester de Rothschild (Inclusive Capital Partners, Estée Lauder Companies, Columbia University, E.L. Rothschild LLC, The Economist Group, Gulfstream, General Instruments, United Nations Advisory Committee on Inclusive Financial Services, the McCain Institute for International Leadership, National Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee and the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board under President Clinton, the Council on Foreign Relations, Bronfman-Rothschild, Chatham House). Other organizational partners include State Street, BP, Mastercard, Bank of America, TIAA, the OECD, Visa, DuPont, and the Office of the California State Treasurer.
Each of these organizations has made commitments that they explicitly align with select UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals. For example, citing SDGs 3 and 10, Johnson & Johnson states that they aim to, “advance the development of an affordable COVID-19 vaccine candidate for emergency pandemic use, including scaling up capacity to meet a goal of supplying at a rate of more than one billion doses of the vaccine globally by the end of 2021.”
What is it about this crop of vaccines—which are inferior to natural immunity regarding the much-hyped Delta variant of the coronavirus—that is causing every major institution not just in the United States but across the globe to put the pressure on people to take it, in many cases mandate it even?
The United Nations states on its Sustainable Development Goals website that its SDGs not only intersect with climate change, but that “more important than ever, the goals provide a critical framework for COVID-19 recovery.” In Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret’s 2020 book COVID-19: The Great Reset, “recovery” from the pandemic—which they state “will not be possible without a vaccine”—is also explicitly tied to things like climate change. The currents of this global Hive/Internet-of-Things project seem to be getting stronger, and they’re taking us into some deep, threatening waters. With COVID-19 as justification, we see all of the pieces falling neatly into place to realize the culmination of said project.
Parties and governments intertwined in this globalist network also treat the 2030 SDGs as binding. For example, Canada’s Green Party, currently helmed by Annamie Paul (described as “the first Black Canadian and first Jewish woman to be elected leader of a major federal party in Canada”), believes that the SDGs and the “climate emergency must be the lens through which every policy envelope is viewed–the economy, health, education, foreign affairs, immigration, public safety, defence, social welfare, transportation.”
Their actions support their words. According to Canada’s Voluntary National Review submitted to the United Nations in 2018:
The Government of Canada’s policies, programs and priorities are already well-aligned to the SDGs. … Canada is responding to these challenges through concrete actions to reduce poverty, advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, narrow the socio-economic gaps that exist between different groups, foster inclusion and celebrate diversity, and improve equality of opportunity for all. … In June 2017, Canada announced its Feminist International Assistance Policy, which seeks to eradicate poverty and build a more peaceful, inclusive and prosperous world. Canada firmly believes that promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls is the most effective way to achieve this goal and drive progress on all SDGs. … Canada will mainstream a gender-responsive perspective in the implementation of the SDGs, consistent with its emphasis on gender equality as a cross-cutting priority. The Government will launch a process … to develop a national strategy on the 2030 Agenda through collaboration with all levels of government, Indigenous peoples, civil society and the private sector. Data is key to developing solutions to challenges facing the implementation of this Agenda, to ensure no one is left behind, and to track progress on the SDGs. As such, this report includes validated Canadian data for the SDG Global Indicator Framework.
Data being the “fossil fuel” of the Fourth Industrial Revolution as the digitized sphere becomes the focal point, moving away from the physical world and, as Schwab and Malleret note, modifying the physical realm:
During the peak of the pandemic, O2O—online to offline—gained major traction. … This phenomenon of blurring the distinction between online and offline … has emerged as one of the most potent trends of the post-COVID-19 era. The pandemic crisis accelerated this phenomenon of eversion because it both forced and encouraged us towards a digital, “weightless” world faster than ever, as more and more economic activity had no choice but to take place digitally. … We could go as far as to say that, for a little while, teleportation supplanted transportation. … Large online companies like Amazon and Alibaba expanded decisively in the O2O business, particularly in food retailing and logistics.
The globalist Establishment has been working for some time to consolidate control over the food supply, as with everything else. As just one example of the current efforts, the Rockefeller Foundation has called for a need to “reimagine and re-design our food systems” as COVID-19 has been a “stress test” that somehow (this is never actually explicated by the Establishment even though they are constantly linking it) is connected to/exacerbates/comes from “climate change.”
According to Sara Scherr (President and CEO of EcoAgriculture Partners) and Sara Farley (Managing Director, Integrated Operations, Food Initiative at the Rockefeller Foundation) writing for the World Economic Forum website on June 9, 2020, “In 2021, the global community will develop a new action framework for the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, advance action under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, and begin the UN Decade for Ecosystem Restoration. Sustainable food systems must be central to these strategies.” The Food Systems Summit of 2021, called for by the UN Secretary-General, is based on the UN’s premise that, “our food systems must change to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda.” You know, living in a pod, eating bugs, and all that. As Danish Parliamentarian Ida Auken writes for the World Economic Forum in “This is what 2030 could look like if we win the war on climate change”: “By 2030, your CO2 emissions will be greatly reduced. Meat on your dinner table will be a rare sight. … If you choose to call a car, an algorithm will calculate the smartest route for the vehicle. … Air traffic has started to decline. … People are trying out new types of living arrangements with more shared functions and spaces.”
Already we see examples such as Portland, Oregon’s Residential Infill Project, which follows in the footsteps of Vancouver, Minneapolis, and Seattle with duplex and triplex re-legalization, and Austin, Texas’s “sixplex-with-affordability.” There are also size limits on one-unit buildings, and four homes can be built on most residential lots. There will also, of course, be a diversity component, although the ruling class always speaks in euphemisms; writing for the Sightline Institute, Michael Andersen reports that, “Portland’s new rules will also offer a ‘deeper affordability’ option: four to six homes on any lot if at least half are available to low-income Portlanders at regulated, affordable prices. The measure will make it viable for nonprofits to intersperse below-market housing anywhere in the city for the first time in a century”—non-profits like the Open Society Foundation and their ilk presumably. Open Philanthropy has provided significant grant money to the Sightline Institute; Open Philanthropy’s main funders are the Jewish Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna.
The above-mentioned EcoAgriculture Partners, based out of Fairfax, Virginia, “brings together women’s groups, farmer cooperatives, civil society organizations, universities, international NGOs, United Nations agencies, governments, and more to advance multi-stakeholder management processes in landscapes, strengthen governance strategies, and promote cross-sector research. We connect landscape leaders across national boundaries to share experiences and inspire innovations in integrated landscape management.” In case you were wondering, some of their major partners include: the Rockefeller Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, the World Bank Group, the UNDP, the Ford Foundation, the Gates Foundation, and the US Department of Agriculture.
Interesting to see the USDA and the Gates Foundation there, especially as Bill Gates is now the biggest private owner of farmland in the United States. What was it Henry Kissinger said? Oh yes: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”
 Hinchliffe, Tim, “A skeptical look at the ‘great reset’: a technocratic agenda that waited years for a global crisis to exploit,” November 2, 2020. The Sociable.
 Schwab, Klaus and Thierry Malleret, COVID-19: The Great Reset, 2020. pp. 177-178.