The establishment insider called for vaccines, world government, and big government socialism in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The global elites have spoken.
Henry Kissinger (shown), the globalist-minded diplomat who played a pivotal role shaping U.S. foreign policy under the administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, has solemnly declared that the global order must and will change dramatically in response to the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak.
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed entitled “The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order,” Kissinger, calls for greater international cooperation in preventing and addressing future pandemics, arguing that the individual efforts of individual nations are insufficient to deal with crises of this magnitude.
“When the Covid-19 pandemic is over, many countries’ institutions will be perceived as having failed,” Kissinger writes, insinuating that this will prime the public into not only accepting, but demanding, radical political change better able to protect them from infectious disease.
In the “post-coronavirus order,” Kissinger asserts:
Leaders are dealing with the crisis on a largely national basis, but the virus’s society-dissolving effects do not recognize borders. While the assault on human health will — hopefully — be temporary, the political and economic upheaval it has unleashed could last for generations. No country, not even the U.S., can in a purely national effort overcome the virus. Addressing the necessities of the moment must ultimately be coupled with a global collaborative vision and program. If we cannot do both in tandem, we will face the worst of each.
Describing the effort needed as akin in scope to the Marshall Plan and the Manhattan Project, Kissinger, who famously said “power is the ultimate aphrodisiac,” proposes honing-in on three “domains” in building the post-virus world.
First, the German-born political scientist says, America must “shore up global resilience to infectious disease.” How? By developing new “technologies for infection control and commensurate vaccines across large populations.”
It should be noted that Bill Gates, the world’s richest man in the years he isn’t edged out by Jeff Bezos, plans to spend billions of dollars (and has already spent hundreds of millions) to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
Gates is a longtime insider of the globalist-socialist elite, perhaps one of its chief members, considering his vast wealth. He has called the free market “inept” at solving climate change (believing a global big government regime would do better) and was even inducted into Communist China’s elite Chinese Academy of Engineering.
The Gates are known proponents of population control, and Bill had a cozy relationship with establishment-connected sex trafficker Jeff Epstein, giving $2 million to MIT at the deceased money man’s request.
Are Bill Gates’ projects what Kissinger has in mind when he says we need “commensurate vaccines across large populations”?
It wouldn’t be surprising, considering the two men run in the same globalist circles. Gates works with the world-government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations, of which Kissinger is a member (as was Epstein).
And curiously, in October of last year, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partnered with the World Economic Forum and the John Hopkins Center for Health Security in an “exercise” called Event 201, which calculated how the world would respond to a coronavirus pandemic.
Kissinger goes on to say that Step Two should be to “heal the wounds of the world economy.” Hearkening back to the 2008 financial crisis, Kissinger calls for programs to ameliorate chaos, suggesting the big government bailouts and government interventionism we witnessed in response to the Great Recession.
But Kissinger, ever the globalist, wants to make sure we don’t let coronavirus push us toward nationalism rather than internationalism. In his third “domain,” the 96-year-old says the pandemic “has prompted an anachronism, a revival of the walled city in an age when prosperity depends on global trade and movement of people.”
Kissinger wants the nations of the world to resist this urge, the urge of closed borders and national autonomy, and instead “safeguard the principles of the liberal world order,” i.e. a politically and economically integrated world in which nations submit to the authority of regional and international bodies such as the European Union and the United Nations.
Calling for restraint from all sides in this “epochal period,” Kissinger asserts that failure to preserve the liberal order “could set the world on fire.”
But perhaps the “world” that members of the elite like Henry Kissinger and Bill Gates want so badly to protect isn’t the one everyday citizens like us live in.