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Davos Elite Fear “Rise of Populism… Road Leads to War, Poverty, Confrontation… And Domination”

by Melissa Dykes, SHTF Plan:

Fearing that they are losing power, the elite are readying a heavy-handed response to populations that are growing restless and uneasy. For their purposes, the growing wave of populism is a dangerous sign…

Editor’s Comment: Cloaked behind digestible buzzwords and cliches expected of a ranking member of the ruling elite is a stark threat: the uprising they see happening among the population will be mirrored in return with greater control and ruthless manipulation of human affairs. Those swarms and masses who will not fall in line will be brought to ruin through war, economic enslavement, financial poverty, restrictions and controls over the market… one way or another, those who would dare to defy the banks and the bureaucrats will be leveled again, and dominated by the shear hegemony of globalism.

A one world currency, a cultivated Internet trimmed back like bonzai, information that feeds central control and general serfdom and socialism. Humanity is at a cross-roads, and the Davos elite appear to be issued a veiled warning that those who do not stay within the confines of the system face a harsh shock and correction back into the fold.

Before us is an economy that can rise or fall, one that has been built up just so, and framed to suck the life out of the middle class and working people of this country. What do they have in store for the next few years ahead?

Surveys Show Global Trust at All-Time Low as Central Governments Are Losing Control Worldwide

by Melissa Dykes

Multiple studies are finding that trust in central governments and their institutions (including the establishment media) is at an all-time low around the world.

Regarding a recently released global survey titled Leader’s Report: The Future of Government Communications, the Guardian reports:

Weakened and distrusted central governments around the world have been incapable of responding to the way the internet and social media have empowered populist but previously fringe groups, a unique worldwide survey of government communication chiefs has found.

The survey spanning 40 countries is the first international review to reveal how deeply governments feel they are losing control and authority over communications.

…how deeply governments feel they are losing control…

Distrust of central governments and institutions of authority plus Internet as an alternative means of gathering information have combined and snowballed into an uprising of nationalism and populism, although the people attempting to run this dog and pony show like to mush those two concepts together with radicalization and extremism… because if you don’t trust your loving central government, you obviously must be a radical extremist.

“When people feel ignored, unheard and unrepresented they turn to alternative sources of information. If governments do not communicate with citizens properly, citizens will go somewhere elsewhere for information,” the report says.

Another way of reading this? “Waaaah! Our propaganda is no longer working!”

The report also says people are “more apprehensive than perhaps at any time since the end of the cold war”. Really? Could that be because they are finally are more informed?

And yet, the people running things somehow act confused when 75% of the 300 government workers surveyed for the study admit the average citizen’s voice is not taken into account when key decisions are made.

Meanwhile one of the world’s biggest marketing firms called Edelman came out with a survey that found trust in the global power structure including governments, non-governmental organizations, major corporations, and the mainstream media is at an all-time low across the board:

The firm’s 2017 Trust Barometer found that 53 percent of respondents believe the current system has failed them in that it is unfair and offers few hopes for the future, with only 15 percent believing it is working. That belief was evident for both the general population and those with college education.

What do you want to bet that 15 percent who claims to believe the system is actually working are a part of it? The system is working after all… for the elite in charge of it.

This is the first time in 17 years that Edelman has found trust decline in all four sectors surveyed. The findings were across the board, regardless of education level.

In addition, they determined that the burgeoning wealth gap and income inequality are linked to a lack of trust; the lower the income, the less trust. Look around. That makes sense.

The Davos elite’s annual meeting is happening this week and one of the themes this year is about how nationalism will lead to war. China’s President Xi Jinping, the first to attend Davos, is promoting “inclusive globalization” at the forum, warning,

“With the rise of populism, protectionism, and nativism, the world has come to a historic crossroad where one road leads to war, poverty, confrontation and domination while the other road leads to peace, development, cooperation and win-win solutions,” Jiang said.

Jiang believes globalism is the only road to peace, the same tripe the masses of the world have had crammed down our throats by leaders like Jinping since World War II and the creation of the United Nations.

It’s been over 70 years now… how is that working out?

What’s obvious is that the system needs us to keep fighting among ourselves with manufactured race wars and other distractions because if everyone stopped for a moment to really look around at what’s going on, the masses would realize that we’re being returned to serfdom. Neo-feudalism.

But the angry masses are waking up, though.

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