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You will own nothing and you will be happy,” so says Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum when he talks about the Great Reset. The World Economic Forum is an international non-government organization (NGO) founded in 1971 by Klaus Schwab. The goal of the World Economic Forum is world domination by the year 2030, where the ruling elite controls everything, and you and I will own nothing. Does this sound far-fetched? Is this some conspiracy theory? Go to and decide for yourself.

In my book, AND THEY WILL RIOT IN THE STREETS – A Nation Deceived is a Nation Enslaved, I have the above quote by Klaus Schwab. Right beneath this quote is another quote which reads, “There is one thing in the world more wicked than the desire to command – and that is the will to obey.” – William Kingdom Clifford. The worldwide pandemic of Covid-19 has brought about this phenomenon. On the one side, we have officials who desire to command. On the other side, we have people willing to obey. The two feed upon one another—the greater the compliance (either voluntary or forced), the greater the commands. When bullied, it is human nature that when people do not fight back, the bullying will continue and intensify when there is little resistance. Have you read about the riots in the streets taking place? People are protesting against Covid policies that are taking away their freedom and livelihood. 

People will not willingly give up their freedom, jobs, and businesses; they have to have a reason. Thus the rulers of the universe have given us reasons, such as terrorism, global warming, and Covid-19. Rulers only have the power we provide to them, and once we relinquish our freedom, we never get it back. Do you think what is happening is temporary? Do you believe that things will get back to the way they were before Covid? If you think this – you are deceived. We are living in that proverbial pot of boiling water. When will the frog die?!


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Published by Kenneth E. Long

Author, college professor of economics, swimming and tennis enthusiast

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