21 July 2021 - 11:37 am
Having previously written about the World Economic Forum (WEF) and their dream of The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) where it was shown that the now ex-Health Secretary Matt Hancock had attended Davos, the WEF’s annual get-together in 2018 and signed the UK up to push the 4IR via Government policies, this article goes back a bit further.
Before his role as so-called Health Secretary and his, what now appears to be exit strategy from public scrutiny via his clearly staged CCTV performance, he ran the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Published on the 16th October 2017 on the Government website (screenshot) is a transcript of a speech delivered that day by Hancock himself.
There are some important things to note from this speech. Firstly that it was delivered to the “All-Party Parliamentary Group”. This is not about just those dastardly Tories. All Parties are in on this. This is not about Labour, or Conservatives, or Liberal Democratic Socialist Green UK Monster Raving Looney Independence Party. This is a Government thing, because Government is not just about the party currently occupying number 10 and therefore most of the public consciousness. It never was, and this is a perfect example of that.
Amusingly Hancock described the invention of the printing press (the go to example of technocrat wannabees trying to convince you their great plans are going to be just as good) as having “brought down the whole feudal system of Government”. Given the fact that there is “no commonly accepted modern definition of feudalism” according to Wikipedia and is now “often employed in a political and propagandistic context”, it is better to look at the origins of the word for the best effect. The etymology is described as:
The root of the term “feudal” originates in the Proto-Indo-European word *péḱu, meaning “cattle”, and possesses cognates in many other Indo-European languages: Sanskrit pacu, “cattle”; Latin pecus (cf. pecunia) “cattle”, “money”; Old High German fehu, fihu, “cattle”, “property”, “money”; Old Frisian fia; Old Saxon fehu; Old English feoh, fioh, feo, fee. The term “féodal” was first used in 17th-century French legal treatises (1614) and translated into English legal treatises as an adjective, such as “feodal government”.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feudalism
Hmmm, “cattle”, “money” and “property” are the originating words that form the word feudal as we know it. Do we honestly think those words can no longer be applied to how Governments operate, just because someone found an efficient way of printing?
Hancock continues his spiel with lines like:
If you don’t much like change, I’m afraid I don’t have so much good news.
Our task, in this building and around the world, is to make this technology, this change, work for humanity. And I’m profoundly confident we can. Because this technology is made by man, so it can be hewn to build a better future for mankind.
He and all the proponents of the 4IR and associated technocratic futures all speak of this as if the “technology” has a will of it’s own. That it is already an alive, sentient being and that we are simply observers of the revolutionary advances and changes this forces upon the world, and all they are trying to do is harness it for the good of humanity. This is obviously just nonsense. All those kinds of people are, and have been for well over a century, steering the direction of travel of all of this because it is where they want it to go. Sometimes that direction of travel will take humanity through global wars, global financial crashes, and even global “pandemics” because they are all part of the plan. This plan often utilises the Problem -> Reaction -> Solution method, and that has it’s origins in something known as “Hegel’s Dialectics”.
I will write an article about Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, the 19th Century German “philosopher” and how his ideas have impacted the world in all kinds of unpleasant ways, but for now I will describe Hegel’s Dialectics as a method of argumentation that relies on the contradictory process between opposing sides of an argument, but instead of the opposing sides being those making the arguments, Hegel’s version is dependant on the subject matter and virtually dispenses with the law of non-contradiction. He also ascribes a kind of “reason” to history itself, as if it is somehow a living, reasoning entity. We shall leave that topic for now are return to the 4IR and Agenda 2030.
Hancock continues in his speech with the typical cringeworthy grovelling to the globalists…
…I’m delighted to speak alongside so many impressive colleagues who really understand this, and alongside Professor Klaus Schwab who literally ‘wrote the book’ on the 4th Industrial Revolution. Your work, bringing together as you do all the best minds on the planet, has informed what we are doing, and I’m delighted to work with you.
Schwab did literally write the book, or his ghost-writer did, as he also wrote the book on “COVID-19: The Great Reset”. But “all the best minds on the planet”? Really? Hancock goes on to enthuse about the UK’s “Digital Strategy” with it’s “seven pillars” and the “5G Strategy” all inside the wider “Industrial Strategy”. They do love their strategies don’t they? I guess it’s what makes them feel like the “best minds on the planet”.
We can obviously make the connection between this speech, the 4IR, COVID-19 and The Great Reset as they are all book subject matter from the same organisation, the WEF. The United Nations “Sustainable Development Goals” is also connected with this, and this is clear from references to it by the WEF and the UK Government, but also on the Government website page relating to the Matt Hancock speech that is the topic of this article under the section titled “Related content” they list a page called “Financing the 2030 Agenda through Covid-19 and beyond”, which is a transcript of a speech on the 11th September 2020 by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon.
In that Lord Ahmad talks about how “we must also seize this opportunity to create greener, healthier, more inclusive and resilient economies and societies, and to accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Agreement” and later on he says:
I urge you to review the recommendations in full as we owe it to future generations to build back better and accelerate progress in this Decade of Action.https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/financing-the-2030-agenda-through-covid-19-and-beyond
Yes, it’s that all important phrase, “build back better”. That’s the signal to the rest of the globalists that the UK Government is fully on board with this stuff, that being the 4IR, The Great Reset, Agenda 2030 and all the other globalist buzzwordy technocratic plans for the future.