Post #125

The 19th-century German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel explained how an evil force could enslave humanity by entrapping us into a frenzied thought process leading to our destruction. By influencing the mainline news, social media, politics, and education, this diabolical force has convinced societies to defend themselves against a self-imposed threat. See Post 117 The Hegelian Dialectic. Through their propaganda, this evil force has caused a pandemic of compliance. These puppet masters change cultures to fit their narrative by proposing a solution to a self-imposed problem. They instigate an event, watch for society’s reaction, and formulate a solution (problem, response, resolution) that ushers in a foreordained consequence.

However, the problem is always a red herring. A red herring event leads people to predetermined conclusions by constructing a false narrative. A red herring misleads people as a consequence of a black swan event. Nine-eleven, the threat of global warming, and COVID-19 are black swan events. The red herrings are the war on terror, strict environmental policies, and lock-downs. The Twin Towers attack ushered in the war on terror; the threat of global warming threatens our free enterprise system, and COVID-19 ushered in the fight against freedom. COVID-19 is the problem, the reaction is panic, and the consequence is the concentration of power. COVID-19 is not the end game. It is a drill, a rehearsal that will usher us into a one-world government controlled by the Good Club. The purpose of the lock-downs worldwide is to prepare nations for the final world government.

The Good Club is the name given to the tiny global elite of billionaires. The names of some of the members are familiar figures: Bill Gates, George Soros, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, David Rockefeller, and Ted Turner. The Good Club is a deep state milieu formed in 2009. Its members were 14 of the world’s wealthiest people, invited by Bill Gates “to save the world,” thus Good Club. The billionaires favor a concentration of power, a new world order, and a reduction in population and carbon emissions. The group is responsible for inflicting the world with the Covid-19 virus and is now pushing everyone in the world to get the mRNA shot. ********** ARCHIVE


Published by Kenneth E. Long

Author, college professor of economics, swimming and tennis enthusiast

3 thoughts on “THE GOOD CLUB

    1. Hello Jeff,
      Is gold/silver or bitcoin (cryptocurrency) a better hedge? Money has two functions. It can be used as a medium of exchange or a store of value. In my opinion, silver or gold would be good as a store of value, but a cryptocurrency would be better as a medium of exchange. Watch this video where Mark Dice stands on a corner and offers people a ten-ounce silver bar or a Hershey’s chocolate bar. Everyone chooses the candy bar. The point is that gold or silver may be a good store of value, but it may be difficult to use it as a medium of exchange.
      God bless,

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