Covid-19 isn’t about fighting a disease. It’s about controlling the world.
Here’s part 3 of James Corbett’s excellent report into Bill Gates – and his other billionaire chums’ – plans to reduce the world population.
Folks, this is eugenics, plain and simple, the same eugenics that powered the Nazis, and lead to the death camps.
And now, it’s being repackaged as ‘public health’ and ‘biometric IDs’ and ‘sterilisation via vaccination’.
The first mitzvah Hashem commands humanity is to go forth, and procreate.
The forces of evil in the world – whether it’s Bill Gates and his billionaire buddies, the Bilderbergers, the Freemasons, the Moloch-worshipping satanists, whoever – are fighting Hashem over this most basic mitzvah.
They think there are too many people in the world, and they think it’s a mitzvah to do something about it.
Evil always dresses itself up in pious clothing. Always.
And the ‘clothing’ this evil is dressing itself up in is global digital ID and ‘immunization passports’, which means that if you don’t play ball with the forces of evil, they will find a way to take away your ability to make a living, and to participate in society.
The face masks are just the beginning – the trial balloon, to see how stupid and gullible and easy to manipulate the world’s population really is.
(Shut up, Karen….)
This video has some clips of women, so isn’t shmirat eynayim friendly.
But you can get an audio file, and / or read the transcript HERE.
And I highly recommend you do, because it’s important to understand that the decisions that each of make over the next weeks and months are going to tip the balance between geula b’rachamim or the opposite, God forbid.
That’s true in the smaller ways, when it comes to ‘pushing back’ against wearing facemasks, and not buying into all the fearmongering and propaganda that says we have to snitch on our neighbors and ‘social distance’.
All these things have no science behind them, and are just part of a control agenda.
And it’s also true in ‘bigger’ ways, namely making some real teshuva, working on our own ‘controlling’ tendencies, and other bad middot, including a lack of emuna, arrogant beliefs that we can never be ‘wrong’ about anything, and fallen fears that keep God out of the picture.
God decides if we live or die, and how.
Nothing and no-one else.
There’s a lot of work to do, people.
Every single one of us can literally make all the difference in the world, with our teshuva and prayers.
Never forget that.
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