Meme of the Week: In 2009 Kissinger explained Agenda 2030 to the Globalist Elite

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10 thoughts on “Meme of the Week: In 2009 Kissinger explained Agenda 2030 to the Globalist Elite”

  1. It is amazing. The sheeple will start falling one after the other and then they will blame their demise on those who did not take the vaccine. Mark my words.

    1. Yes, anything but the elephant in the room.
      You still see some of them wearing masks, even though all restrictions are gone. They also all had covid multiple times, many of them seem to be much slower mentally, and also now have poorer health, are always sick. They never listen, even after you show them the overwhelming evidence and true science.
      They will never ever get it, all atheists, no faith, no decernment, no understanding of things, no remorse.
      Most of them continue to take boosters, even after several adverse reactions, and permanent damage. They really are the walking dead..

  2. If there was a WHO Council on Eugenics in 2009, when was the next one?

    Which newspaper is the article from? What is the original source? Surely it can be microfiched.

    The italics are darker and lighter (and different sizes) in different areas. Plus, if you look carefully, the fading text has been touched up by hand with pen.

    I have little doubt Kissinger could say these things but truth exposes all lies. And truth is all that is required to expose a villain or a fraud.

    Nothing more.

  3. Henry Kissinger: Soviet Agent (1974). Zarephath, New Jersey: Herald of Freedom. 120 pages, Frank Capelle, (wikipidia, via search)

    Those who hate Me, love death. Proverbs 8:36

    None Dare Call It Treason, by John Stormer

  4. I have no trouble believing he believes what appears in the photo above. It would be nice to have the name of the source. His wife us a Rothschild, isn’t she?

  5. Definition of meme
    1 : an amusing or interesting item (such as a captioned picture or video) or genre of items that is spread widely online especially through social media
    … the band encouraged fans to make memes to advertise the U.S. release of their EP …
    — William Gruger

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