Video: A Warning From The Past? This Speech From A 1981 Movie Gives Chilling Description Of Our World And The Davos Gang

The film industry loves predictions!

If you focus on movies and television, it is very weird that you can discover movies that give a glimpse into the future.

The global elite uses movies and TV shows to show their sinister plans, just like the serial killers in horror movies!

Maybe precisely, the movies are their source of inspiration. Anyway, we can use them to find some clues!

Another film from the archives shows a shocking parallel to our reality.

The film 1981 ‘’Early Warning’’ makes a cold shiver run down your spine once you see the following video:

The 1981 “end of days” film Early Warning now seems oddly prescient in some ways. As you can see in this clip, it predicted a future in which leaders from around the world would gather to strategize coordinated management of the world’s population, taking advantage of crises (“never waste a crisis“) to implement tracking numbers, measures to control public opinion, digital finance such that individuals would own nothing and depend on electronic accounts that could be taken away at a keystroke, centralized control of the global economy, etc.

And who is supposedly plotting for world government? Well, the folks at the World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, aren’t trying to hide it. They have, of course, the best of intentions, as did so many before them. Per Wikipedia, Klaus “postulates that a globalized world is best managed by a self-selected coalition of multinational corporations, governments (including through the UN system), and select civil society organizations (CSOs). He argues that governments are no longer ‘the overwhelmingly dominant actors on the world stage’ and that ‘the time has come for a new stakeholder paradigm of international governance’.” Gee, a world ruled by a “self-selected” elites. Sounds like paradise.


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