Justin Trudeau over The Great Reset en Agenda 2030 – CSTV

19-11-20 08:31:00,

Die complotdenkers toch ook met hun verhalen over The Great Reset en Agenda 2030.

Kijk hier naar een fragment van de President van Canada Justin Trudeau van afgelopen week waarin hij openlijk spreekt over The Great Reset en Agenda 2030 (Agenda 21).

Klimaatverandering is een zelfde soort rookgordijn voor deze globalisten om hun doel te bereiken.

Verderop in dit artikel leest en ziet u alles over Agenda 2030 en The Great Reset.

Video Nederlands ondertiteld:

Wat is de Great Reset precies?

Er is ons keer op keer verteld dat de dingen nooit meer hetzelfde zullen zijn en dat we het ‘nieuwe normaal’ moeten accepteren. Nu hebben de sociale ingenieurs de kaarten op tafel gelegd en officieel hun oplossing voor deze crisis gelanceerd. De voorgestelde oplossing is de ‘Great Reset.’
In dit verslag onderzoeken we wat de ‘Great Reset’ precies is en wie erbij betrokken zijn.

We onderzoeken ook wat de ‘Great Reset’ betekent voor de mensheid, die een ongekende tijd tegemoet gaat.

Zie deze video: (Nederlands ondertiteld)

Wat is Agenda 21 (of Agenda 2030) precies?

Deze beelden zijn afkomstig van het YouTube kanaal Spiro Skouras. In deze video interviewt Spiro een topdeskundige op het gebied van Agenda 21 van de Verenigde Naties, die ook door Nederland is ondertekend en wordt uitgevoerd.

Het interview bevat uiterst belangrijke informatie over wat er zich op dit moment in de wereld afspeelt i.v.m. de maatregelen die worden toegepast als gevolg van de coronacrisis en de globale plannen voor de nabije toekomst.

Zie deze video: (Nederlands ondertiteld)

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Remembering Justin Raimondo, Outstanding Geopolitical Analyst and Antiwar Activist. RIP (1951-2019) – Global Research

28-06-19 06:23:00,

Justin was an outstanding author, antiwar activist, an inspiration to all of us. I first met Justin in Kuala Lumpur at the very outset of the Kuala Lumpur Initiative to Criminalize War. He had been invited by Dr.  Mahathir Mohamad, who is currently the prime minister of Malaysia. Justin Raimondo‘s contributions and analysis will live. “Justin was one of a kind. He will be missed, both here at Antiwar.com and by the wider world.” (Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, June 28, 2019)

To consult Justin Raimundo’s articles on Global Research click here


Justin Raimondo, former editorial director and co-founder of Antiwar.com, is dead at 67. He died at his home in Sebastopol, California, with his husband, Yoshinori Abe, by his side. He had been diagnosed with 4th stage lung cancer in October 2017.

Justin co-founded Antiwar.com with Eric Garris in 1995. Under their leadership, Antiwar.com became a leading force against U.S. wars and foreign intervention, providing daily and often hourly updates and comprehensive news, analysis, and opinion on war and peace. Inspired by Justin’s spirit, vision, and energy, Antiwar.com will go on.

Justin at 4 years old

Justin (born Dennis Raimondo, November 18, 1951) grew up in Yorktown Heights, New York and, as a teenager, became a libertarian. He was a fierce advocate of peace who hated war, and an early advocate of gay liberation. He wrote frequently for many different publications and authored several books. He was also politically active in both the Libertarian and Republican parties.

The Young Rebel

When Justin was six, he was, in his own words, “a wild child.” This will surprise no one who knows him. In “Cold War Comfort,” which he wrote for Chronicles Magazine, he tells how he dashed out of his first-grade class with his teacher chasing him. Because this was a daily occurrence, he writes, he was sent to a prominent New York psychiatrist named Dr. Robert Soblen. Just this decade, Justin got his hands on Soblen’s notes on his case and learned that Soblen had concluded that Justin was schizophrenic. Soblen’s reason? Justin was Catholic, claimed to have seen the Virgin Mary,

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Justin Trudeau exposed as neo-liberal, corrupt corporatist in SNC-Lavalin scandal (Video)

04-03-19 08:13:00,

On February 28, 2019 a new policy announcement was made in Ottawa Canada that called for a re-orientation towards space exploration in partnership with NASA on an endeavor known as the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G) program.

This program was first announced at a Press conference in the morning with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accompanied by several fellow MPs and two young astronauts. The press conference also featured an inspired presentation by David St. Jacques, the French Canadian astronaut now working alongside American and Russian counterparts on the International Space Station who discussed the ultimate purpose of mankind as a species destined to explore deep space and therein discover our common identity. St Jacques stated:

“The International Space Station… is an example of what humanity can accomplish when we go beyond our differences and work together in peace for the benefit of all… I trained for years with people from around the world and what I realized is that the place we come from isn’t as important as the goal that brings us together- exploration and the advance of knowledge… Here on ISS we have been learning and gaining experience. Now building on what we learned we are getting ready to take the next step. Gateway will be an outpost where humans can live in lunar orbit, where we will learn to live even more autonomously from mother earth.”

The essentials of the program involve a pledge to spend $2 billion over 24 years towards the Lunar Gateway and while it will focus upon Canada’s specialization in Robotics, will have a much more wide ranging set of goals including service as a Science laboratory, a test site for new technologies, a meeting location for the exploration to the surface of the moon, mission control center for lunar operations and a future stepping stone for voyages to Mars.

Responding to the Press Conference, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine enthusiastically wrote:

“NASA is thrilled that Canada is the first international partner for the Gateway lunar outpost. Space exploration is in Canada’s DNA. In 1962, Canada became the third nation to launch a satellite into orbit with Alouette 1. Today, Canada leads the world in space-based robotic capabilities,

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