In recent years, there has been increasing concern about the attempts by international organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations (UN) to centralize power and control over nations and people. According to freelance journalist Alex Newman, the WHO is pursing two tracks to achieve this: the international Pandemic Accord, which would give the WHO primary decision-making authority over public health emergencies of international concern, and amendments to the international Health Regulations, which would give the director general of the WHO unlimited authority over the distribution of medical resources and supplies during health crises.
Newman notes that the WHO and UN are labeling everything as a global public health crisis, including issues like climate change, gun violence, and racism. The effectively turns the WHO into a global super-agency with total control over public health. The agenda aligns with the World Economic Forum’s Agenda 2030, also known as the Sustainable Developments Goals, which aims to create a “Master Plan for Humanity” that deals with health, abortion, mental health, and other issues.
In a conversion between James Egidio and Alex Newman, they discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the world. They both agree that the pandemic is a multi-layered issue with various players involved, including Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, Yuval Harari. They suggest that this is a grand plan that has been in the works for a long time, given that vaccines have been in development for years.
Newman reveals that research on quantum tattoos at Rice University had been done six or seven years ago, which was relevant to vaccine passports. Some people participated in the vaccination process due to fear, which could be understood. However, others, such as Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Mercola, and Dr. Judy Mikovitz, had lifted the lid on the grand plan. Newman stated that the pandemic had been plotted out in advance. He mentioned the Rockefeller Foundation document of 2010, which detailed a lockstep scenario. In this scenario, a new virus would come out of Asia, forcing people to quarantine and take vaccines. Similarly, the SPARS exercise also imagined a coronavirus coming out of Asia that would cause neurological damages to people, and their solution was to give people tax money and make them shut up.
Newman added that in the event 201 sponsored by the World Economic Forum, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, they said there might be a novel coronavirus coming out of China, which turned out to be true. He noted that they tend to war game these things out before they move on them, and now they have to move very rapidly because people are waking up to rapidly to this. They pointed out that they have been plotting a possibility of a cyber pandemic, which could shut down the internet or power for weeks or even a year. Newman suggested that we should expect more crises in the not-too-distant future, not just health crises, but economic and social crises as well.
The conversation in this script also touches on the role of faith in facing challenges and the potential consolidation of power by the United Nations. The speakers express their belief in the unfolding nature of the pandemic and cite biblical verses to find comfort and trust in God’s protection. They discuss the importance of familiarizing oneself with scripture and making decisions based on faith rather than blindly obeying government mandates.
The speakers highlight stories from the Bible, such as the accounts of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the book of Daniel, where individuals chose to defy unrighteous decrees and trusted in God’s protection. They emphasize the need for Christians to prepare themselves spiritually and rely on God’s word during challenging times. Overall, the speakers emphasized the importance of faith, preparedness, and active participation in defending individual freedoms and values. They encouraged listeners to be aware of global and national developments, engage in local politics, and find strength in their faith during uncertain times.
This conversation provides a thought-provoking analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic, Its potential impact on individual freedoms, and the consolidation of power by global organizations like the United Nations. While the views expressed may not be universally shared, the discussion highlights the importance of critical thinking, spiritual preparedness, and active engagement in shaping one’s future.
In conclusion, the conversation between James Egidio and Alex Newman provides a unique perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic, its potential impact on individual freedoms, and the consolidation of power by global organizations like the United Nations. The speakers emphasize the importance of faith, preparedness, and active participation in defending individual freedoms and values. They encourage listeners to be aware of global and national developments, engage in local politics, and find strength in their faith during uncertain times. While not all may agree with their views, the conversation highlights the need for critical thinking, spiritual preparedness, and active engagement in shaping one’s future.