The Great Reset is pure evil, and it is happening, now. If I had told you last year that we’d be paying 5.00 per gallon gas and TRIPLED energy costs, would you have believed me? What about FOOD SHORTAGES? If you are not infuriated by the state of the economy right now, then you are simply not paying attention.
COVID-19 lockdowns may be gradually easing, but anxiety about the world’s social and economic prospects is only intensifying. There is good reason to worry: a sharp economic downturn has already begun, and we could be facing the worst depression since the 1930s. But, while this outcome is likely, it is not unavoidable. To achieve a better outcome, the world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions. Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a “Great Reset” of capitalism. (World Economic Forum)
I really wish we’d take this with the gravity it deserves. It is a clear and present danger, and the plan is being laid out, and published. This happens all the time: Get people debating hot-button issues (transgenderism) and celebrity-centered controversies (Johnny Depp) while darker agendas move forward under the radar. That dark agenda is socialism. Their answer to the world’s problems is Socialism, and that’s why there is also such a huge PR push to make socialism look good. It is only good for the elites.
The Great Reset is a true urgency, and it is happening, now. That’s the reason for food shortages, high gas prices, gun control, racial tension, and the possibility of war. The elites of the world are creating the crisis, and then offering a solution. It’s an old trick. Just…read…their…OWN…site. There’s VERY REAL trouble ahead, and it is dressed up as economic and environmental reform in response to COVID.
There are many reasons to pursue a Great Reset, but the most urgent is COVID-19. This will have serious long-term consequences for economic growth, public debt, employment, and human wellbeing…in the US, for example, one in four workers have filed for unemployment since mid-March, with new weekly claims far above historic highs.
Friends, there is trouble ahead — real trouble. But, we are using the experiences of the last decade to prepare for the troubles of the coming decade. We are not ready. The stock market is volatile. The housing market is in horrible shape. Research what is being done by Black Stone Group and real estate. They are buying huge amounts of real estate, which has been driving up prices, giving the illusion of a real-estate boom. In reality, it is artificially raising the value of real estate. There is so much more to cover, and I haven’t even started on the Ukraine War, 10000 cows suddenly dying because of the heat, and food plants burning down, repeatedly. If you don’t think something is happening on purpose, you are not looking closely enough.
Woe to them that are at ease in Zion (Amos 6:1)
Be alert. Do not be at ease. PLEASE store food for at least 6 months. Be prepared to protect your family and those you love. Save money and keep your credit lines, open. Finally, learn to do something useful — something that can help you earn an income in troubled economic times. Do this, now. Take the rest of the year and learn a skill that can earn you a living. Don’t just be an office worker. Learn to work with your hands. Finally, be urgent on a spiritual level. Take prayer seriously. Let go of offenses, and learn to serve one another in love. We cannot do normal church. We must be a close-knit group of people who are there for each other. It’s not about the level of revelation and teaching. In the days ahead, we must focus on love and sacrifice for each other. Don’t allow people to suffer, alone.
The trouble ahead cannot deter us from being who we are in Christ. We serve a God who is very real, and able to deliver us. To endure the crisis, we must be a united front with prayers, resources, generosity, skills, and friendship. I pray that as a church, we do this, with the urgency it deserves.