The Portuguese capital Lisbon has been in a state of emergency since Friday. Nobody is allowed to enter the city without a valid reason, the residents are only allowed to leave it with special permission. The official goal of this measure is to prevent the spread of the delta variant of the Sars-Cov-2 virus.
Let us remember what happened in China 18 months ago: At the beginning of 2020, entire cities began to be cordoned off under the same pretext and the freedom of movement of their residents was drastically restricted. The measures did not help, because within a few weeks the virus could be detected on all five continents.
So what we are seeing in Lisbon is the repetition of a measure that we already know will not achieve the goal set by those responsible.
So why is such a thing ordered?
To answer this question, one should first remember that a pandemic situation would never have been declared if the World Health Organization had not changed its definition of a pandemic in April 2009. Until then, one of the basic requirements for a pandemic was an “enormous number of deaths”.
In addition, in the course of the first cases of illness, the term “died of and with an illness” was introduced – a formulation that has never been used before and is just as scientifically untenable as the ban on performing autopsies on the deceased. Both of these measures have helped to drive up official death statistics.
However, the actual number of victims and the average age of those who died from the virus reveal something completely different: at no point did we have to deal with a global health emergency.
On the other hand, the measures ordered have had devastating consequences, and not only in the health sector: Parliaments have been sidelined, fundamental rights have been restricted in unprecedented ways and dictatorial structures have been set up worldwide, as we know them only from the darkest times of fascism.
In order to understand the motives behind the measures, one has to direct one’s gaze to a process that has assumed monumental proportions in recent years and has now completely dominated our lives: the concentration of ever more wealth and thus more and more power in the hands of the digital-financial complex, i.e. the alliance of the largest IT groups and the most important financial institutions in the world.
In contrast to the generally accepted view that our lives are largely determined by politics, it is this digital-financial complex that makes the trend-setting economic and political decisions in our time – single-handedly and worldwide.
Despite its power, this complex is currently facing a historical problem: the existing monetary system on which its rule is based threatens to collapse after being artificially kept alive by the central banks for over a decade and must therefore be replaced by a new one.
There is already a plan for this: the introduction of semi-private digital central bank currencies. These, however, will deliver people up to complete surveillance and total control by the state and the digital-financial complex. Its introduction would therefore, under normal circumstances, meet with tremendous social opposition.
For this reason, the leading forces in the digital-financial complex have obviously opted for the strategy of the Great Reset: They are using the end phase of the existing financial system to plunder it according to all the rules of the art and thus deliberately bring it to its complete collapse.
As soon as this collapse, which will be accompanied by severe social upheaval, comes up with the new money – not as a coercive measure, but as a humanitarian action, by using it as a saving straw for the millions of people threatened by unemployment and homelessness present in the form of the universal basic income.
The whole thing is a risky maneuver, because its successful completion requires that the majority of people do not oppose this path into digital imprisonment. Because of this, the digital financial complex is being forced to do everything possible to keep people at bay, to break their resistance and to ensure the highest levels of control, surveillance and intimidation until reaching its goal.
It is precisely for this purpose that arbitrary measures such as the cordoning off of the Portuguese capital are likely to serve, which incidentally is not due to a fatal epidemic, but because of an illness whose symptoms consist of headaches, runny nose and sore throat.Source: Ernst Wolff on KenFM