Once you understand the globalist mindset, almost everything they do becomes rather robotic and predictable. It should not be surprising that the World Health Organization (WHO), a branch of the United Nations, has been so aggressive in cheerleading for the Chinese government and its response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Every disaster contains a lesson or a message that needs to be examined. Every tragedy, no matter how terrible, should be absorbed into the public consciousness and adopted as a cautionary tale; a part of our mythos. These events should not be cast into the memory hole to make life less stressful, they need to be taken seriously. Otherwise, the damage done and the lives lost are all for nothing.
For many who live in Japan, it’s just another day for the country to grow older and deeper in debt. While the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates Japan’s debt at roughly 240% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), an anti-austerity movement there is attempting to make the argument that now is the time to borrow even more money.