Plandemic 3: The Great Awakening
Written and directed by Mikki Willis
I recently learned that a lot of people have never read George Orwell’s 1984. A quote from Orwell appears at the beginning of Plandemic 3: The Great Awakening: “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” I have joked in the past about growing up and being educated in the dark ages of the twentieth century, but to be slightly more serious, I really think the twenty-first century is shaping up to be the darker age, at least so far. Back in the day, history and civics were taught—not very well, but we did have to read 1984. The quality of education seems to be just getting worse.
What is your most prized possession? Your home? Your car? A family heirloom? Your coin collection? What if I come along and say, “Nope. That’s all mine now.” Is that OK? Do you want to travel? What if I say you can only move about in the unlikely event that I give you permission? Is that OK? Do you like a good steak from time to time? Nope, you can eat bugs. Do you take some satisfaction in knowing that your people made life better for millions over the last century? What if I say you and your people have done nothing but evil and now you must pay? Is that OK? What if you have a healthy new child and I take it from you, telling you it is mine now, and I will indoctrinate, abuse and force medical treatment on it as I see fit. I use the pronoun it deliberately. That is the only pronoun you will need now. Is that OK? There is a word for all this—it’s called communism. Who am I in this example? I am one of a small number of reptiles with no soul who run this communist government. I own everything, including you.
Plandemic 3 includes numerous excerpts from a talk given by G. Edward Griffin, who toured a communist bookstore when he was young and learned all about communist theory and strategies. His information is based on their own manuals and textbooks. What is their strategy? A first step is to isolate people. Social contact is a basic human necessity, not just a right. Lonely people will desperately accept stupid solutions if there is a hope of reconnection. Next steps include destroying religion and the traditional family. Chairman Mao tried to erase the distinction between male and female.
Communism so blatantly ignores human nature that it requires enormous power and complete control over the population if it is to have the slightest chance of being tolerated. It can’t stand any competition from religions that might place a supreme being over government or from families that might take precedence over government edicts. Chapter two of the Communist Manifesto talks about the abolition of the family. Marx summed up the theory of communism in a single sentence—the abolition of private property. In 1943, a directive was put out to all communists in the U.S.—when “obstructionists” become too irritating, resort to name-calling (fascist, racist, Nazi, anti-semite, hate group, etc.).
If these strategies sound familiar, they should. If you have stuck your head out of your cave in the last few years, you have seen all facets of these strategies in play. If you still don’t get it, talk to older immigrants from formerly communist countries. They know what a communist takedown looks like, and they see it happening here. Several are interviewed in this video. If you stop by the World Economic Forum (WEF) website and check out Klaus Schwab’s publicly displayed plans for the world, you will see that we are all scheduled to own nothing and be happy. Instead, the WEF promotes synthetic biology, artificial intelligence and technical manipulation of people. The Chinese social credit system is the role model for the world.
Why are governments jumping on board with this? Martin Armstrong explains in this video that most of them are broke. They know that when their people start losing their pensions along with everything else, they will storm the castles with pitchforks or whatever is handy. Schwab and his flying monkeys offer a solution that will at least temporarily placate the angry masses.
Among the younger crowd, Bernie Sanders has been one of the most popular politicians. Young people have been educated (conned) into believing socialism (the gateway drug to communism) is the perfect answer. It is all based on the big lie that everything can be free. Nothing is free. Producing anything involves work, often hard work.
In a quick review of suppressed communist history, we see millions slaughtered and survivors so miserable they envied the dead. Why do Ukrainians hate Russians? During Soviet rule, the Soviets were desperate to prove to the world that communist countries could feed themselves. When they couldn’t, they took Ukraine’s food. Seven million Ukrainians starved.
Why should the Weston A. Price Foundation care about any of this? We care about health. Good health doesn’t happen without good nutrition. Growing food is hard work and not for dummies. It does not and never will happen for free. The WEF dietary plan involves lab meat, bugs and kale. They can eat all the kale they want, I don’t care. I will not be joining them. The only use I might possibly have for kale is the one suggested by JP Sears in his video of what to do when you run out of toilet paper. If you care about good health and nutrition, you will care about this.
If you haven’t seen this information elsewhere, we see in the video that the second largest food producer in the world (the Netherlands) is essentially being shut down by overregulation, ostensibly motivated by climate concerns. Martin Armstrong doesn’t say this in the film but has said elsewhere: “The push toward net zero emissions contains a sinister undertone— depleting our food supply. Ireland announced that they will murder 200,000 cows to adhere to Agenda 2030, ultimately reducing cattle by 10% in the coming years. This plan will cost Irish taxpayers $213 million annually. The government claims it is voluntary for now, but that will depend on how many farmers adhere to this plan and abandon their livelihoods.” This is happening in many other Western countries, too. When they say “reduce emissions,” what they really mean is “reduce the food supply.” That’s OK. We didn’t need all that food anyway, right? We’ll just eat bugs. This is all part of Agenda 2030, also known as communism.
Some will say communism isn’t really that bad or that we really aren’t seeing the rise of communism. How do you know? Have you read 1984? Have you read the Communist Manifesto? Have you read Solzhenitsyn? Have you talked to people from formerly communist countries? Do you think you know what you are talking about because you listen to lamestream media all the time?
Americans in general have been asleep. In a way, the crises (fake as they may be) have disrupted the great American slumber party, and many are beginning to tune in. This is the first step toward solving a problem. Wakey, wakey. You have to know about something before you can do anything about it. The more people know about it, the less likely it will happen. That is the goal of The Great Awakening. Thumbs UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Fall 2023🖨️ Print post