Globalists’ 3-pronged attack plan to END our sovereignty

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Under the direction of the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the European Union, the largest globalist power grab in history is currently underway.

“We have threats on multiple fronts,” Glenn Beck warns, adding, “The stakes couldn’t be any higher. Everything is under attack. Free-speech, private property, faith, liberty, children, our families, everything is at stake.”

And the time has never been more ripe, as over 60 countries are facing elections this year.

“So, what does that mean for the New World Order? Well, they have to win. They have to make their major moves now. The time to seize control or at least to have the building blocks in place is right now,” Glenn says.

Glenn believes that if you reflect on the trends of the past decade, there are “three main events” that the globalists could invoke as a crisis in order to seize the control they want — and need.

“One, a major geopolitical risk. These are things like, oh I don’t know, war with Russia, or an economic disruption. Both of those are very likely to happen,” Glenn says.

“The next one is a health emergency. This one can be several things: a pandemic, the threat of a possible pandemic, guns, the climate, you use your imagination on this, but they already have a plan in place for all of them,” he warns.

“Climate change. This is how a government will seize control of food, energy, and water. They will also force private businesses into partnerships through mechanisms like ESG, and they can pull this trigger for almost anything. Forest fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, high temperatures in the summer.”

After these crises have been set in motion, that’s when the global institutions step in to declare their power by imposing mandates.

“What we saw with COVID,” Glenn recalls, “the World Health Organization takes the leading role. We all remember how that went.”


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What Europe’s REJECTION of globalism means for the rest of the world

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The mainstream media would have you believe right-wing, Hitler-esque extremists won in the recent European Parliament elections, but hopefully you know by now not to trust a word they say.

According to journalist Alex Newman — who spent a decade working in several different European countries — the truth is that the election results reflect some very positive news: There is a growing rejection of globalism occurring in Europe.

“We have a fake narrative from the fake media,” he told Glenn Beck. “Europeans, I think, like Americans, are tired of the globalism; they're tired of the mass migration; they're tired of the economic suffering because of the inflation and the climate policies and the war on farmers, and all the rest. And they want something different.”

Further, France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, dissolved the lower house of France’s Parliament after the election.

“After the election results, his party was absolutely crushed. … The result was devastating for his globalist establishment political party,” Newman explains, adding that “the party that won by a massive margin … is basically the antithesis of Macron’s party” in that “they're very strong French nationalists” who “want to preserve French identity.”

“They want to do deportations; they want to remove criminals and illegal aliens out of France. In some ways you might call them anti-islamic. They are opposed to what they call the Islamization of France.”

While there’s still much to be determined, “this could lead to some very, very profound changes in the way France is governed, and that by extension then would lead to some profound shifts across Europe,” says Newman.

While Glenn is encouraged by the news, he can’t help but wonder about the upcoming United Nations annual meeting, which is still very intent on pushing a global agenda, as “transforming global governance” is on the itinerary for the event.

“They're giving the United Nations extra powers that can be enacted in emergencies, and so they're getting around the sovereignty by saying, ‘oh this would only happen in a global emergency,’ but we all know emergencies are always right around the corner,” Glenn tells Newman.

Newman, who will actually attend the event and report his findings, thinks of the meeting as an “attempted constitutional convention.”

“They want to throw off the shackles that have kind of restrained their power-grabs over the decades and usurp vast new powers,” he explains. “And that's not speculation.”

To learn more about how the elites plan to ensure their plan for globalism endures, watch the clip below.


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EU's terrifying new ESG rule could affect American companies, give them social credit scores

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The European Union has just given its final approval for new ESG requirements that will affect companies around the world.

While the rule is directly pointed at companies that sell half a billion dollars' worth of product, any company — no matter how small — that does business with those companies will have to comply with the new rules as well.

Covered companies will be required to submit reports to the European government authorities if they are EU-based with more than a thousand employees and a worldwide revenue of more than $489 million.

Glenn Beck has been warning about this law for years, and according to him, there’s now only one way to stop it.

“Now it is one of the biggest threats to freedom in America, both in the short and the long term,” Glenn warns, explaining that “our society, through corporate decision-making and business partnerships, are going to be forced to conform with the European rules, values, and environmental standards.”

Because the law will affect American companies as well, social justice metrics have to officially be imposed on America.

“The only thing that will change this is if Congress acts and the president acts. This president, and at least this Senate, will never stop this,” Glenn says.

“Remember,” he continues, “ESG is environmental, social, and governance. So do you have enough, you know, gay, black hermaphrodites that only have one leg? Do you have them on your board? Well, why not? That’s your governance part.”

It gets worse.

“This new law includes hundreds of vague statements and references to existing international agreements and EU regulations. Many of those are also long agreements featuring many more rules such as the Paris Climate Agreement and the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights,” Glenn explains.

Because of the complexity and expansiveness of the rules, “the total number of social credit scoring metrics included in this law is currently unknown.”

“Let me say that again: The total number of social credit scoring metrics included in this law is currently unknown,” Glenn adds, horrified.


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Four toddlers savagely stabbed by Syrian asylum-seeker in French playground rampage now in stable condition

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A 31-year-old Syrian asylum-seeker slashed his way through a French park and into a playground Thursday, trying desperately to butcher every child within reach.

Four toddlers, between the ages of 1 and 3, were cut up along with two adults, ages 70 and 78. Despite their life-threatening wounds, all victims survived, though two remain in critical condition.

The attacker, identified as Abdalmasih H., moved from Syria to Sweden in 2013, where he married a native Swede whom he previously met in Turkey. The couple, who have a 3-year-old together, recently split up, reported the Telegraph.

The attacker, recently fined for simultaneously claiming a student grant and unemployment support, had his asylum request granted in Sweden in April 2023, though made clear he'd prefer to live in France, having submitted an asylum bid to that effect in November 2022.

While French authorities rejected his asylum request on April 26, his approved claim in Sweden enabled the attacker to travel throughout the European Union passport-free, reported Sky News.

Thursday morning, just days after the attacker was notified his asylum request had been rejected, he reportedly stalked his victims in the Paquier park on the shores of Lake Annecy.

A witness, identified as Ferdinand, told the broadcaster BFMTV that after the attacker entered the playground, "he started screaming, he walked towards the strollers and started repeatedly stabbing the little ones."

The attacker, wearing a headscarf, can be seen in footage of the incident circling the playground and brandishing a long knife then tangling with a 24-year-old man with a backpack who attempted to block his way.

The 24-year-old, a man named Henri on a tour of France's cathedrals, was under the mistaken impression the attacker was merely trying to steal a purse until he saw the suspect slash the children, reported the New York Times.

Henri attempted to intervene, but the attacker managed to chase down then slash a woman pushing a stroller. Unlike a number of the male passersby, the woman put up a tremendous fight, protecting the baby in the stroller then grappling with the knife-wielding maniac.

Despite the woman's efforts, the Syrian asylum-seeker managed to land a few stabs into the stroller.

The attacker made a couple more passes through the playground before fleeing with Henri hot on his heels and four badly injured toddlers in his wake.

Two of the young victims were French, one was British, and the other was Dutch, according to lead prosecutor Line Bonnet-Mathis.

French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne said that all four children underwent surgery and are "under constant medical surveillance" but remain in stable condition, reported NBC News.

The attacker, chased by Henri and others, made his way into an open field where law enforcement intercepted him.

"When he saw that he was surrounded by the police, he went to a couple and he stabbed the elderly person," Ferdinand told BFMTV.

The attacker managed to stab a 78-year-old six times.

Former Liverpool footballer Anthony Le Tallec, who was jogging around Lake Annecy at the time, recalled, "I said to the police, ‘Shoot him, kill him! He’s stabbing everyone,'" reported the Associated Press.

BFMTV indicated that the 78-year-old was caught in the crossfire, catching a bullet from police as they attempted to subdue the attacker. Police managed to put a bullet in the attacker as well, hitting him in the leg.

The arrest was caught on video:
\u201cMoment zatrzymania sprawcy ataku terrorystycznego na 3letnie dzieci #AbdalmasihH /kolorowego imigranta z Syrii. Jezioro #Annecy \ud83c\uddeb\ud83c\uddf7\u2757\ud83d\ude21\u201d
— Rob Ptaszewski\ud83c\uddf5\ud83c\uddf1 (@Rob Ptaszewski\ud83c\uddf5\ud83c\uddf1) 1686248410


Henri said, "It is profoundly un-Christian to attack the vulnerable. The entire Christian civilisation on which our country is built is a knightly message to defend widows and orphans," reported the Independent.

French National Assembly Speaker Yael Braun-Pivet said there is "nothing more abominable than to attack children."

French President Emmanuel Macron, who last year pushed for asylum-seekers to be spread to the country's rural areas rather than ejected, stressed that his administration was "working hard to welcome these refugees" and said the "nation is in shock," calling the attack one of "absolute cowardice."

A nauseating video of the attacker's attempted massacre briefly went viral on social media; however, there has been a concerted effort to remove and suppress it.

Various accounts that had posted the video on Twitter — including conservative commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek, Radio Genova, French politician Damien Rieu, and news outfit Visegrád 24 — indicated the platform had deleted the video or forced them to do so.

While the gruesome evidence of yet another European knife attack was being scrubbed online, liberal media outlets appeared to downplay critical details about the attacker's identity.

The Twitter account End Wokeness highlighted a common omission in mainstream media reports on the Syrian asylum-seeker's attack:

\u201c4 kids and 2 adults were just stabbed at a playground in Annecy, France\n\nThe attacker was a Syrian refugee but the media conveniently buries that detail\u201d
— End Wokeness (@End Wokeness) 1686229939

France has suffered a number of knife attacks by foreign nationals in recent years, including the October 2020 beheading of French secondary school teacher Samuel Paty in Paris by Abdoullakh Abouyezidovich Anzorov, an 18-year-old Islamic refugee of Chechen origin.

The South China Morning Post indicated that this latest attack will prompt greater scrutiny of France's immigration and asylum policy, particularly with mounting pressure from right-wing politicians.

Eric Ciotti, head of the French Republicans party, said, "The investigation will determine what happened, but it seems like the culprit has the same profile that you see often in these attacks."

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EU smacks Meta with $1.3 billion fine over Facebook's alleged violation of privacy rules

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European regulators smacked Facebook owner Meta Platforms with a $1.3 billion fine for allegedly violating privacy rules, multiple outlets reported Monday.

"The EDPB found that Meta IE’s infringement is very serious since it concerns transfers that are systematic, repetitive and continuous. Facebook has millions of users in Europe, so the volume of personal data transferred is massive. The unprecedented fine is a strong signal to organisations that serious infringements have far-reaching consequences," Andrea Jelinek, chair of the European Data Protection Board, said in a statement Monday.

Meta's leadership called the fines "unjustified and unnecessary," pledging to seek a stay of the orders through the courts.

The Irish Data Protection Commission prompted the EDPB's inquiry into Meta's European operations, CNN reported. Dublin is home to Meta's European headquarters.

In addition to levying the largest General Data Protection Regulation fine ever, the EDPB ordered the Silicon Valley social media titan to suspend its data flows from the EU to the U.S., TechCrunch explained.

Monday's decision applies only to Facebook. Other platforms owned by Meta, such as Instagram and WhatsApp, are not affected, according to the Washington Post.

Meta global affairs president Nick Clegg and chief legal officer Jennifer Newstead responded to the EDPB's decision in a blog post Monday morning.

In the post, Meta's leadership blame a "conflict of law between the US government's rules on access to data and European privacy rights." They add that policymakers are "expected to resolve" the issue in the summer.

The company warned that restricting the ability to transfer data across borders comes at a risk. In addition to an impact on the global economy, the company says such restrictions could leave citizens unable to access shared services upon which they have come to rely.

"Our priority is to ensure that our users, advertisers, customers and partners can continue to enjoy Facebook while keeping their data safe and secure," wrote Clegg and Newstead.

"We intend to appeal both the decision’s substance and its orders including the fine, and will seek a stay through the courts to pause the implementation deadlines."

Meta urged a more cooperative approach from EDPB regulators, emphasizing the importance of democracies working together to defend the idea of an open internet. They also pointed out that data transfers to China "continue largely unchallenged."

Clegg and Newstead say Facebook users in Europe will experience no immediate disruption because the decision includes implementation periods that run until later this year.

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Bugs to be used in bread, beer, and various other items 'intended for the general population,' courtesy of the EU

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The next pizza or beer the American traveler to Europe consumes may be loaded with bug dust, thanks to the European Food Safety Authority.

According to the official journal of the EU, a company called Cricket One submitted an application in 2019 seeking authorization to place partially defatted house cricket powder on the market as novel food.

The company sought to clear it for use in the manufacture of various foods, such as "multigrain bread and rolls, crackers and breadsticks, cereal bars, dry pre-mixes for baked products, biscuits, dry stuffed and non-stuffed pasta-based products ... beer-like beverages, chocolate confectionary ... and meat preparations."

The EFSA concluded in early 2022 that cricket powder was "safe under the proposed conditions of use and use levels," despite admitting that there was "limited published evidence on food allergy related to insects in general, which equivocally linked the consumption of [house crickets] to a number of anaphylaxis events."

The EFSA also noted "evidence demonstrating that [the house cricket] contains a number of potentially allergenic proteins" and that such bug dust "may cause allergic reactions in persons that are allergic to crustaceans, molluscs and dust mites."

Prior the EFSA's bug dust approval, the New York Allergy and Sinus Centers reported that the protein in shellfish is also present in crickets, which means "that if you suffer from a shellfish allergy, there is a high chance that you will be allergic to crickets. The more you are exposed to crickets, the more likely you are to develop the allergy."

As of Jan. 24, 2023, Cricket One is permitted to peddle its pest feed in Europe.

Bloomberg indicated that yellow mealworms and grasshoppers have similarly been approved.

According to the Cricket One's website, "Cricket protein is nutritionally more efficient, high performing and complete. It is a reliable and sustainable source of alternative protein that does not harm the planet."

The company cites among its "sustainable goals" both "climate action" and "responsible consumption and production."

This push for people to consume bug dust reveals climate alarmists are not keen simply to discourage people from having children or to bereave Western nations of stable and ethical energy supply.

The Guardian ran an op-ed in 2018 claiming, "Reducing our meat intake is crucial to avoiding climate breakdown, since food production accounts for about a quarter of all human-related greenhouse gas emissions, and is predicted to rise. In western countries, this means eating 90% less beef and five times as many beans and pulses."

A 2017 review published in the journal Agronomy for Sustainable Development suggested that rather than meat, humans could instead try eating weeds, micro-algae, and bugs.

The World Economic Forum ran an article in February 2022 touting bugs as "an excellent alternative source of protein" and a way to "significantly reduce our carbon footprint." The WEF author went so far as to suggest that insects are "part of a virtuous eco-cycle."

When speaking recently at the WEF, Siemens AG chairman Jim Hagemann similarly called on people to stop eating meat to curb the specter of anthropogenic climate change.

"If a billion people stop eating meat, I tell you, it has a big impact. Not only does it have a big impact on the current food system, but it will also inspire innovation of food systems," Hagemann told a crowd of technocrats in Davos, Switzerland.

The multimillionaire predicted that "we will have proteins not coming from meat in the future. They will probably taste even better. ... They will be zero carbon and much healthier than the kind of food that we eat today. That is a mission we need to get on."

\u201cSiemens AG Chairman Jim Hagemann at WEF: "If a billion people stop eating meat, I tell you, it has a big impact. Not only does it have a big impact on the current food system, but it will also inspire innovation of food systems..."\u201d
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) 1674155754

A 2018 research article in Frontiers in Nutrition discussing how best to foist insects on human beings suggested that Westerners averse to eating lizard food "have a stereotyped knowledge of insects and other species, and the association of some of those animals with decaying matter and feces could have led to psychological contamination of the entire category."

The article intimated that social engineering may be necessary to bring about a "large-scale behavioral change in favor of insect-based diets."

The promotion of bug consumption on the basis of its purported environmental benefits isn't working, the researchers conceded, suggesting instead that "interventions emphasizing the delicious and unique culinary experience [would] lead to a higher increase in insect consumption."

Forbes recently reduced the matter of gustatory delight to mere utility, suggesting that "growing livestock for meat is an astoundingly inefficient rate of return on investment." The Forbes author alleged that extra to the efficiency of bugs, their consumption may also be good for national security.

Ligaya Mishan, writing in the New York Times, went the extra mile to couch her justification of eating creepy crawlers in Scripture, noting that John the Baptist too survived on locusts.

MarketWatch reported that the global edible insects market, valued at $486.6 million in 2019, is expected to reach $1.2 billion by the end of 2026.

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