The Estulin Covid-Conspiracy By Bruce Bennett

     For those of us who love conspiracies, which is to say, the normal operating of the world, enjoy:

“In this interview bestselling author Daniel Estulin says the fabricated coronavirus crisis is a bankster scam to write off debt and avoid blame for what was already an inevitable global economic collapse: “We’ve reached the limits to growth. And this is systemic for the entire planet. The entire system is in a state of collapse. So, they realized they needed to do something to write off all these debts…When the system collapses and you have 90% of the planet’s population unemployed, somebody’s going to have to pay the piper. And the elite don’t want it to be them. So, they devised a virus…” Estulin argues that those who manufactured the virus also created a vaccine, which will be unveiled along with a compulsory vaccination program in the not-too-distant future. He expects a major ratcheting-up of the police state, since the bankster elite will need to control a huge mass of increasingly desperate people. The current crisis, Estulin says, will mark the third great historic shift of the past 1000 years, comparable to the transition from classical civilization to feudalism in the 4th to 6th Christian centuries, and the transition from feudalism to capitalism in the 16th and 17th centuries. He expects a final crisis—a complete economic collapse followed by total chaos—as early as September 2020. The good news, he adds, is that the US and Chinese elites have an understanding, and there will be no global nuclear war.”

     I have never heard of this guy before, but, well, the more the merrier in this crazy corona world. Also, how is he so sure that no nuke war would occur? Evidence for this is less convincing, since even if some sort of agreement has been reached, who can trust anyone at this level?

“This, at least, is the insistent suggestion of Hu Xijin, chief editor of The Global Times: … China’s nuclear deterrent is an ambiguous strategy and I should not spell out how many nuclear weapons China needs. In fact, over 1,000 nuclear warheads and at least 100 DF-41 ICBMs that I mentioned are not exact number, but the concept of magnitude. … China is already defined by the US as a major strategic competitor. If the US continues to believe with certainty that China has only a few hundred nuclear warheads, it will be dangerous for China. The Global Times represents the more nationalistic faction of the CPC to the world’s Anglophone audience, and it would be strange if it hasn’t been gaining ascendancy within the past few months. This isn’t just some blowhard ranting away, but a trial balloon at the very least. Of course, there are theories that China already has nuclear parity with the US/Russia (a 6,000 km tunnel/bunker system seems like overkill for the modest arsenal it claims to have). If so this would be a simple matter of progressively unveiling existing warhead stocks. Otherwise, a rapidly expansion in nuclear weaponry wouldn’t be difficult. The US was adding thousands of warheads to its arsenal throughout the 1950s. They are not extremely complex or expensive items for a modern industrial economy. I agree with Hu Xijin that it makes sense. First, it is more in line with the scale and grandeur of Chinese civilization, which is progressively doing away with modest goals like quiet rise and moderately prosperous society by 2050 in favor of loftier global ambitions. Second, with the increasingly irrational behavior of the US, depriving their technically unsophisticated policy-making elites of any delusions that they might have about “nuclear primary” and the feasibility of a “disarming strike” is a very reasonable goal.”

     As I see it, it is only a question of when nuclear war breaks out. I am resigned to it.



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