by Harry Pope

Bilderberg photo

Bilderberg photo

I like conspiracy theories, they are so easy to come up with, and impossible to disprove, so this article is perhaps based on some facts, but a lot on my take of what is occurring.

Let’s start with a little bit of history. Until 20 years ago, it was so easy to manipulate public opinion by either newspapers or television, and earlier cinema newsreel. People had no idea about Bilderberg for example, because the 80 or so men who annually attended from 1950 onwards owned the media outlets, so could maintain secrecy. This was the invitation only membership of mainly US and European politicians, Royalty and businessmen who would meet to discuss wars, the profit from these conflicts, and how best to create and manipulate the next one.

Having read lots of sites about the coronavirus, theories, impressions, I would like to add mine. Firstly, where it all started from. The Islamic terrorists must be feeling really pleased with themselves, because of the chaos created with no effort at all. Civilisation as we knew it has all but disappeared, but no bombs placed, no suicide volunteers sacrificed needlessly, no-one arrested by authorities for suspicion, and all down to those Chinese who sold live animals in a street market. If only they had known it was so easy, they would have done this in the first place. But the template is there now for them, they have seen how easy it has been in such a short period of time to bring everything to a standstill. Be very aware that this can easily be replicated, with plans being drawn up for future repeats.

Huawei logo

Huawei logo

I just wonder how much of this coronavirus has been created deliberately, and how much has occurred by chance. Let us suppose that economies are becoming unbalanced, too many wealthy ones against the poor, growth more than a little out of control of the few influencers. What is the best way to show the world that our statesmen and stateswomen have the ability to perform well under extreme circumstances, while the powerful ones when this is all over have more, not less, authority. Spending freely in these circumstances under the auspices of the greater good, governments show a caring side without making the taxpayer aware of how this money will be recouped. There’s no bottomless pot of money here, despite assurances that there’s no budget cap until this is all over. There’s always a price to be paid.

When people get older, the younger ones tend to forget that there are lessons to be learned from the past. History over the past hundred years or so really does have a habit of repeating itself. The boom and bust in the 1920s continued into the 1930s with German resentment and imperialism, then growth, resulting in WW2. It occurred because major countries could see German expansion but didn’t want to do anything about it. A war suited control, so business could grow considerably. That is why the USA didn’t want to enter the mainly European conflict too soon, they wanted to see who was going to win. Japan spoiled their planning. The world has not seen a major war for twenty years, okay we do have conflicts in the Middle East, but they show no signs of abating, so the world needs something different. A pandemic suits very nicely.

Prince Charles looking serious

Prince Charles looking serious

There is going to be a lot of money to be made when this is all over. Big industry is going to expand considerably, power is going to be constricted in smaller concentrations, and the power bases will shift. This will be a gradual process, performed very subtly, but expect for example some Arab countries such as Iran to become far more reliant on outside munificence. Expect South Korea to be a lot more powerful, at present they work under the USA but their independence will mean more influence in their area. China has become too powerful for the likes of many, supporting outcast North Korea for example. That country will become even more introspective, unable to support itself. Western governments don’t like Chinese growth, the USA for example doesn’t want Huawei to be influential in western communications especially 5G. China is not to be trusted, this is a lesson from history, and is on a march for global influence only matched by wealth from the Middle East.

There is an age-old joke. 74% of all statistics are manufactured. Or is it 78%? When it comes to those suffering from coronavirus, you can make up your own numbers, and still be closer than the official ones. Yes, we hear about major public figures coming down with it, but they seem to be recovering pretty fast, far quicker than ordinary members of the public. You know I am referring to Prince Charles, Health Secretary Matt Hancock, and Boris Johnson. The first two must have had a remarkably mild strain. The majority of those tested were negative in any case.

Boris at lectern

Boris at lectern

So we come to credibility. Lock down is all well and good in the short term, but a fit and healthy population will rebel. Sorry to be blunt, but do you really think that all those under 30s will stay indoors for the whole of the summer months, just in case they catch something? Footballers are attending private parties already, their example will soon be followed, then more social activities will be secretly indulged. The police we have will be overwhelmed, we have no courts to administer the justice system due to lockdown, so miscreants will see that they are unpunished. The power could easily be passed to the majority purely because they don’t want to be governed in a just in case scenario. The only way that this course of action will not occur is if there are many deaths from coronavirus, and by numbers I mean in the tens of thousands so everyone will know someone who has died. That will scare them into obeyance.

History has showed time and time again that if you give authority to those in power, they will abuse it. They just can’t help themselves, it is only human nature, and a situation like this, either man made or circumstantial, has only one inevitable conclusion. Those in power will have more power.

Matt Hancock health secretary at podium

Matt Hancock health secretary at podium