World Government Summit Suggests Crisis Events Are A Useful Path To Globalism
One of the premier conferences on global centralization behind Davos is the annual World Government Summit in Dubai; a place where establishment elites get to speak aloud on agendas which they used to keep highly secret only a decade ago. The 2023 conference is providing a flurry of revealing speeches, including a talk by Ian Bremmer, President and Founder of Eurasia Group. The organization is a "political risk consultancy" that views global governance as the solution to a majority of the world's problems.
The following clip of Bremmer's speech is yet another example of a globalist saying the quiet part out loud - They view crisis events as useful for furthering centralization, and Bremmer includes the covid pandemic in his list of valuable disasters. Why? He does not elaborate, but it is likely because disasters cause public fear, and fear is easy to exploit. While Bremmer seems to admonish increased "protectionism" and nationalism in recent years, it is clear that he views national tensions as a valuable tool for the eventual end game: Global government.
Ian Bremmer, President and Founder of Eurasia Group claims one of the obstacles to achieving globalization and a “new order” is “nationalism” at the World Government Summit 2023 in Dubai— Drew Hernandez (@DrewHLive) February 15, 2023
He cites Trump’s “America First” agenda as an obstacle
He also claims the “pandemic”
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