Power networks – the reason for worldwide enforced political conformity



Power networks – the reason for worldwide enforced political conformity

24.11.2021 | www.kla.tv/20698

In 2020, the Corona crisis will dominate politics and the media like no other topic. It is striking that almost all countries in the world are reacting to the crisis in the same way. Around the world, the economy was shut down and fundamental rights and freedoms were massively restricted. To stop the virus, enormous economic damage, mass unemployment and social tragedies were simply accepted as a result of the measures imposed. Critical voices, even the highest-ranking scientists and doctors speaking out against the prevailing opinion, are simply wiped away in the process. Is this conspicuous worldwide enforced alignment just coincidence? According to F. William Engdahl, a German-American author and economic journalist, who has been dealing with geopolitics for more than 30 years, the cause of obvious enforced conformity everywhere, is the following: With the help of closely linked think tanks, a small global elite controls both politics and the media through an almost invisible web of manipulation and influence! The foundation stone for this kind of control from above was laid by the Englishman Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes was a Freemason and one of the richest men in the world. His dream was the reunification of the Anglo-American world under a common world government. To achieve this goal, he bequeathed his entire fortune to Lord Rothschild for the creation of a secret society. The latter then also founded the “Round Table” in 1909, together with the politician Lord Milner. The Round Table worked behind the scenes at the highest levels of the British government and influenced its foreign policy. Its members were influential people from politics, finance and the leading British media. But it did not stop there. Branches of the Round Table were established around the world. In 1921, for example, a sister organization was founded in the United States, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). This developed into the most influential think tank of the last century and was mainly financed by Rockefeller, J.P. Morgan and other Wall Street bankers. Top journalists and executives from nearly all well-known U.S. media outlets are involved in the CFR network, so that with its nearly 5,000 members it has been shaping U.S. foreign policy and its portrayal in the media for decades.

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