Western Hegemony’s Collapse

The Upcoming Lockdown of the West

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Editor’s Note: We are reposting such dire developments as indicative of the civilizational collapse of the West, as indicative of the implosion of the economic powerhouse of the West, as indicative of the lost fight over resources (energy, raw materials, talented people, etc.) to the Eurasian colossus. The West is facing a collapse on the level of the fall of Constantinople in 1453, or the fate of Imperial Russia in 1917/18.

This inevitable collapse is covered up as an “environmental crisis”, or as a “pandemic crisis”. In fact what we are witnessing is the economic/military defeat of the West

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The International Energy Agency has demanded Governments worldwide essentially ‘lockdown’ the public to cut down the use of oil and meet “climate change” targets.

To be blunt, the ordinary, hardworking man and woman is being brainwashed to believe that the planet is heading for disaster, it is their fault, and they must change their behaviour in order to save the world. But this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Humanity could most certainly be kinder to nature and the other living things that inhabit Earth, but the argument that the world will essentially end as we know it if we don’t get to carbon zero by the year 2050 or earlier is propaganda. It is a tool being used by the elites to shape the future through fear, just as they have done with the alleged Covid-19 crisis, and as they are now doing with the war in Ukraine.

One example of this lie is that ordinary men and women are the reason plastic is polluting our seas. So as you’ll have now encountered if you’ve visited a Mcdonalds, you are now forced to use one of the worst inventions ever to grace our planet – the paper straw.

But plastic straws aren’t the problem. The real problem is lost and abandoned fishing gear, which is deadly to marine life and makes up the majority of plastic pollution in the oceans (source). The next source of contamination is huge loads of plastic waste being dumped at sea by ships.

So the real problem here is corporations, not the ordinary man and woman. It’s not us who needs to change, it’s big business that needs to change.

But the vultures have smelt their next opportunity to get rich quick. But to do so they need you to believe there is a problem, and they need you to pay for it. This is where the International Energy Agency comes in

The International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in 1974 following the 1973 oil crisis. The IEA was initially dedicated to responding to physical disruptions in the supply of oil,

In the decades since, its role has expanded to cover the entire global energy system, encompassing traditional energy sources such as oil, gas, and coal as well as cleaner and faster growing ones such as solar photovoltaics, wind power and biofuels.

As Government policy set off a global health and economic crisis in early 2020 in response to the alleged Covid-19 pandemic, the IEA called on governments to ensure that their economic recovery plans focus on clean energy investments in order to create the conditions for a sustainable recovery and long-term structural decline in carbon emissions.

Today the IEA acts as a policy adviser to its member states which include the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, as well as major emerging economies.

The IEA’s current Executive Director is Fatih Birol, who took office in late 2015 and began his second term four years later.

Here he is chatting to the founder of Microsoft, major investor in Big Pharma, and founder of ‘Breakthrough Energy’, Mr Bill Gates at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit in May 2021 –

Yes, Bill Gates is involved yet again. Isn’t he always?

In March 2022, the IEA published a report titled ‘A 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use’.

Here’s how the organisation described the report –

“In the face of the emerging global energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the IEA’s 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use proposes 10 actions that can be taken to reduce oil demand with immediate impact – and provides recommendations for how those actions can help pave the way to putting oil demand onto a more sustainable path in the longer term.”

And here’s an infographic of their proposed 10-point plan –

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