Canada isn’t a serious country

Comment: Looking for some explanation to this phenomenon, I came across a Turkish proverb:

I kind of like it but I may be wrong. It may be worse than that.

Simone Gold quoted Nikita Khrushchev on how to take over America without firing a single shot. It requires collapsing a society in four stages:

  1. Demoralization
  2. Disorienting (Confusion or Cognitive dissonance)
  3. Crisis
  4. Promise of Normalization

A fragment of 1984 interview with Juri Bezmenov, a Soviet KGB defector, who lists four stages of designed by the KGB ideological subversion of targeted countries:

  1. Demoralization
  2. Destabilization
  3. Crisis
  4. Normalization

Sounds familiar? So, maybe the question should be, “How did we get from Ottawa to Moscow, or… to Havana?”

Add to it the “experimental” vaccines and the long-standing (since 1974 “Memorandum 200”) depopulation agenda and ask yourself another question:

How can somebody like Bill Gates , [2] , [3] simultaneously promote depopulation and at the same time sponsor vaccines to allegedly save more lives? These are contradictory agendas. It’s either one or the other, you cannot have it both ways. And we still believe these people? Is this why they needed to reform our education system, a process that began in Ontario in 1997? For information, we depend on the TV, on mainstream media, even on video games and cartoons. We were conditioned to be inactive and not creative since childhood. We were conditioned to react on impulse, to use emotions instead of rational thinking and substantive arguments. We were conditioned to rely on “sources”. Like parrots, we repeat and copy what the “sources” say – and we have stopped thinking. Exactly what the plan has always been.

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