Libertarianism.UK Podcast: Greg Moffitt – The Great Reset & War On Liberty (Part II)

In Part II of this podcast, tonight’s guest is once again Greg Moffitt, the host of the ‘Legalise Freedom’ podcast. In tonight’s show, we conclude last week’s ongoing discussion from Part I, which you can find by clicking on this link.

Whilst speaking about the book by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret, ‘COVID-19: The Great Reset’, we further discussed sections two and three of the book, on energy and the economy, as well as a few ideas on how to counteract the long-term globalist strategy of creating a totalitarian one world government.

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  • 0:00 – Intro
  • 1:18 – SMART Meters, Energy Consumption, and the Panopticon State
  • 7:05 – Power Constriction
  • 9:18 – Saving the Environment
  • 15:22 – The Rise of the Insect Diet
  • 17:01 – Squaring the Circle of Veganism and Bug Eating
  • 20:59 – 15-Minute Cities
  • 29:25 – Miscellaneous Great Reset Topics
  • 30:33 – Resisting the Globalist Tyrants
  • 32:25 – Individual Resistance to the WEF Agenda
  • 35:38 – Group Resistance to the WEF Agenda
  • 42:05 – Wrap up

Some quotes from the Podcast:

“[In the globalist] context, energy and environments are completely intertwined.” “[With SMART meters and technology], you see this potential there for not only two-way exchange of information, but two-way way control.”

“[When] you’ve used your energy allocation for the month, the lights go out, [and] the heating goes off.” “[The WEF agenda] is reliant on keeping people entertained, you know, keeping people distracted, and a lot of that in itself is dependent on energy.”

“This is about a massive reduction in human activity … whether it’s travel, or consumption, or [human] expression, or anything [else] that we do that makes up our life on this planet.”

“[All of] these agendas coming out of the WEF … [are a] deliberate bamboozle.”

“[If] you call [a 15-minute city] a concentration camp, because that’s just a name, you know these names and words are so powerful.”

“[If] you want to … attack people, [the] first thing you attack is language.”

“[As a defence against the WEF], first and foremost don’t pay too much attention to [them], because these people are not gods.”

“One of the things about all these smart systems is, there’s a layer upon layer of complexity … They’re incredibly energy hungry, and when they go wrong it’s catastrophic failure. And that is actually in terms of fighting back a great potential strength for us.”

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