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Decentralization vs. Globalization: The Battle for Control

Decentralization is growing, and it’s giving globalization a run for its money. From banking to broccoli, the world is going local. But are the global elites ready to lose control?

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In a world seemingly on the brink of decentralization, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and globalist elites are facing a challenging battle for control. The trend towards smaller, more localized systems is becoming increasingly evident across various sectors, including government, supply chains, retail, education, transportation, and politics. The banking and financial systems, in particular, are perceived as vulnerable, with the potential for a ripple effect on other sectors. The author of this report suggests that the survival of the small and nimble will be key in this period of transition, with human ingenuity and resourcefulness playing a crucial role in adapting and reinventing systems on a smaller scale.

Meanwhile, investigative journalist Yehuda Miller has obtained documents that challenge the narrative of the 2020 US presidential election being the most secure in history. These documents, set to be published by The Gateway Pundit, suggest that former CISA Chief Chris Krebs may have made false statements under oath. The documents also reveal a secret Election Day phone call organized by CISA, which included over 200 individuals and organizations, but notably excluded conservative groups. This revelation raises concerns about potential election interference and un-American behavior.

In the realm of public health, Dr. Claudia Chauvin, an academic researcher, has criticized assumptions in pandemic and vaccine hesitancy literature. She emphasizes the importance of evidence-based medicine and calls for informed decision-making to combat the prevalence of misinformation. Dr. Chauvin also raises concerns about the influence of money and power dynamics in the medical industry.

In a related development, the WEF has proposed a full ban on homegrown food, citing environmental concerns. The WEF suggests that the carbon footprint of homegrown foods is significantly higher than produce from conventional agricultural practices. This proposal has been met with skepticism, with critics arguing that it is an attempt by the globalist elites to gain complete control over the food supply. This comes at a time when home gardening and other forms of self-sufficiency are being promoted as a means of survival in an increasingly decentralized world.


World Economic Forum Proposes Ban on Homegrown Food, Citing Climate Change

The globalist overlords are attempting to block every option we have to remain independent from government tyranny.

Source | Submitted by sampoman

Dr. Claudia Chauvin challenges assumptions about the pandemic and vaccine hesitancy, emphasizing individual medical decision-making

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

Explosive FOIA Documents Reveal Secret Election Day Phone Call Organized by CISA

The election was billed by the Democrat Party, Joe Biden, the mainstream media, and former CISA Chief Chris Krebs as the most secure election in US history.

Source | Submitted by bcoop

The Decline of Globalist Power and the Rise of Localism

there is a reason that the WEF-Globalist cabal is losing the battle to control and dominate the rest of us.

Source | Submitted by nils-grimley

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