By John P. Smith, Independent Journalist
Submitted on January 21, 2023
As a Watcher of the Apocalypse, I’ve been reading about and tracking what’s going on at the Davos 2023 summit. To say the least, it’s worrisome for us average grunt wage earners.
Anybody who’s keeping track, even a little bit, must be wondering, just like I am, exactly what kinds of evil plans they’re hatching to take our money, property, weapons and rights.
Frankly, I’m fairly irritated by the whole concept of a gaggle of unelected, unqualified, wealthy, bureaucratic grifters sitting around trying to figure out new ways to screw the rest of us out of what little we have.
For anyone not familiar with the Davos annual summit: It’s a World Economic Forum sponsored gathering of unelected, unqualified, wealthy, bureaucratic grifters sitting around trying to figure out new ways to screw the rest of us out of just about everything. We have things they want, like money, property, weapons and rights. By their philosophy, we should own nothing and like it. It is also worth noting that these people don’t give a single flying fartcicle about you or me. The sooner they can get us beat down and working for almost nothing, (slightly less than we’re making now,) the better off they’ll be.
Aren’t we already there? Most of us? Most of the people who read my material will be able to identify with what I’m saying. Those who don’t are most likely hate bots and trolls who have nothing better to do than disagree with an opinion.
We drag our tired asses out of bed 5, 6, 7 days a week to go into a thankless factory job for pitiful wages in the hope that we can pay the utilities, put food on the table, gas in the car and maybe upgrade the internet. Yet, when we see that paycheck at the end of the week, half of it is already gone to taxes that get sent to Ukraine and insurance we still can’t afford to pay the deductible on.
Sometimes, it doesn’t seem worth it. I truly understand why some people just say “screw it all” and go live in an old refrigerator under a bridge and hope someone throws them half a hot dog occasionally.
That’s what the Davos crowd wants for us. To own nothing and like it. They want us living in “15 minute cities” where we walk, or bike, to our factory and never leave our little enclave without permission. (I can’t wait until they figure out that shoe leather comes from cows and rubber is a petroleum product. And that steel can’t be smelted without coal and aluminum can’t be extracted from bauxite without electricity.)
That’s what they’re pushing for because of “Climate Change.”
Our old buddy Al Gore is there. He flew in on a private jet and had a private helicopter ride to the majestic Alpine Ski Resort in Davos, Switzerland. He got on stage and screamed, “It’s too late to save the planet!” What an awesome spectacle, to see someone who’s completely unqualified to preach to anybody about climate scream that climate change will kill us all. But there he is, harbinger of the apocalypse, spewing spittle like an enraged, pulpit-pounding pastor, telling us we’re all doomed.
The ridiculous posturing has the feel of a bad science fiction novel. But it’s all too real.
Why would anyone believe Al Gore? He lost all credibility when the world didn’t end a decade ago per his failed predictions of global catastrophe. Yet, there he is, pounding the apocalyptic pulpit, declaring (yet another) world-wide meltdown. Personally, I’m having a hard time giving a flying fartcicle what Al says.
Meanwhile, in a forum that featured disgraced CNN talking head and notable liar Brian Steltzer, European Commission VP Věra Jourová cackles like she’s in competition with Kamala Harris as she announces, “Illegal hate speech, which you will have soon also in the U.S. I think that we have a strong reason why we have this in the criminal law.” (Being disgraced by CNN has to be some kind of award-winning new low for a journalist.)
No one has really, actually, legally defined what “hate speech” is, but it’s very clear that the Davos people are seriously mad at it.
I’m just an old Arkansas hillbilly, factory monkey and I can define “hate speech” in a single sentence: Anything they don’t want us talking about.
To expand: The New World Order government needs to control the narrative and those conversations about the narrative, inside and outside the media. We’re not allowed to question the official story. We’re not allowed to think for ourselves or express opinions, facts or data contrary to the official story.
It’s all for our safety. (Imagine the sarcasm font.)
They claim they’re trying to save the world. I got some news for the Davos crowd: My world doesn’t need your kind of saving. My world needs less taxes, lower prices, affordable medical care and open communication. Why don’t ya’ll work on that stuff instead of trying to take more of it away?
We don’t need a gaggle of rich hypocrites telling us how to live. We don’t need you, we don’t want you, we don’t even know you and we don’t like you.
(John P. Smith is a DINFOS trained journalist living in northern Arkansas. He is host of the Apocalypse Watch and Johnny Watcher shows. Visit the website for more information and links to the most recent podcasts. www.apocalypsewatch.news)