In my last Newsworthy post I talked about the nasty plans that the technocrats in Davos (WEF) have planned for us. Today, I want to discuss why they chose 2030 as the target date for their sinister agendas. This was no accident. These are smart people – in one sense. They see that the train is headed for a cliff – and nobody can move the tracks. So, once again, as we saw with the pandemic, they have plans to take advantage of the coming train wreck.
Based on what we saw with COVID, we have a pretty good idea how this will go down. Numbers will be inflated. Media will be used to amplify the noise and maintain a heightened fear level. The ruling elites will declare a need for emergency authority and will quickly implement draconian measures. In reality of course, these measures will only have one purpose: To ensure THEY stay in control.
The nature of cliffs
A common characteristic of cliffs is that when you approach them from certain angles, the presence of the cliff is hidden by rising terrain. It is not until you are within a few feet that the danger becomes apparent. If you are moving fast at the time, well . . . you know how the movies portray this. It can ruin your whole day.
So, what cliff are we approaching?
The cliff I refer to is purely the result of human greed. Three separate factors appear to be converging at roughly the same time. First, we face a mathematically certain financial collapse. (I am in the United States and this is definitely true of the U.S. dollar, though many other fiat currencies are about to take their last breath. Regardless, if the U.S. dollar goes down, it will take many other currencies with it, for a variety of reasons.)
Second, our physical world has finite resources and we have succeeded in depleting several of these resources – having given little thought to the consequences. (Did I mention that greed is behind this?) Fossil fuels – oil in particular – rank high on this list. Not far behind are two elements used heavily by modern agriculture – potassium and phosphorus.
Third, we are on the brink of polluting our environment so badly that we risk triggering a cascade of life-threatening consequences, much like a row of standing dominoes. Once started, it will be tough, if not impossible, to stop the falling dominoes. Like the collapse of bee colonies, there may be many unintended consequences.
The impending “cliff” involves the timing of these three terminal events. Of course, having groups like the World Economic Forum (WEF) standing in the wings, will only add to our pain. Losing our remaining liberties will make these other trials feel that much worse.
What we don’t know
The one thing nobody can predict is the exact timing of these events. So, while the World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates it will be 2030, they may be wrong. I am writing in 2022, which means that their target date is only 8 years away. However, even if their best estimate is wrong, it still appears likely that one or more of these events will take place within the next 20 years. It’s unlikely that we will face an abrupt end to any of these resources. Rather, there will likely be a rapid decline accompanied by rising prices. Once prices hit insane, stratospheric levels, the effect will be the same as not having any at all.
The silver lining
As difficult as it might seem to experience life without cars, motorcycles, motorboats and airplanes, it will have the advantage of returning a large portion of our population to a slower and less stressful pace of life. Farmers will learn that was no need to import vast amounts of chemical fertilizers after all. There are other, superior ways to do agriculture – ways that are healing to the planet (regenerative) and even more productive. No longer will it be acceptable to burn 10 calories of fuel to put 1 calorie of food on the table. At some future point, others will laugh (or cry) at the lunacy of our extravagance over the last 100 years.
The loss of cheap fossil fuel oil will also force us to abandon our reliance on plastics. This will reduce continuing damage to the planet in the form of non-biodegradable waste. We may also see (hopefully), that it makes no sense to transport water around the country. Yet, we move tens of thousands of gallons of water across state lines every day. I’m talking about products in the form of concentrates mixed with water. If we were smart, only the concentrates should be shipped. Knowing that water is heavy and VERY expensive to transport, why did we not do something about this decades ago?
With the increasing cost of food products (inflation from a collapsing currency plus rising fuel cost plus rising fertilizer cost), we will be forced to grow much of our own food. This will work for those in rural areas, not so much for those caught in concrete jungles – places by the way, which will crumble without the resources to keep them maintained. Again, this will require a change in pace and priorities. We may come to find there is real joy in watching the wonder of biological life, in being involved in the process of growing nutritious food and in learning some of the mysteries of life on a truly complex planet.
Not fear, but faith
Does scripture have anything to say about all this? Two passages come to mind. One is the story Jesus recounted in Matthew 25:1-13 about the bridegroom and the waiting wedding party. They all had some idea of what was coming, yet not all were prepared. These things should take no member of the kingdom by surprise. These events have been decades in coming.
Another passage is found in Isaiah 66:18-20 where the future is described. It tells how people of all nations will travel to Jerusalem to see the glory of God. It says that travel over land will be “on horses and in chariots and in litters, on mules and on camels.” Have you ever considered why there is no mention of buses, cars and trucks? Certainly, one possible explanation is that none of these will exist. While traveling in Africa, I saw, on several occasions, cars and trucks that were converted to chicken coops. Their owners could not afford repairs or lacked the means to power them any longer. So, they made the best use of them they could.
We may be about to enter a time of sweeping change. While change is unsettling, we should take courage that the dust of change will soften some men’s hearts. And as the dust settles, people will look to those who were prepared for leadership. There will be opportunities to share the hope found only in the “good news.”
While still available, find helpful resources
If you would like to learn more about this topic, there are several resources on the Internet. One I have found to give helpful insight is found at https://PeakProsperity.com When you get there, use the search bar and enter “Crash Course.” As of the time of publication, it is free to review and loaded with details. Be prepared.