Revolt Against the Elite's Depopulation Agenda

American commentator Larry Alex Taunton describes how he uncovered the real meaning of the fine words used to market a global, anti-human agenda.

Taking in the attacks on food security, the destabilization of nations through mass immigration, and the horrific impact of a deliberate program to reduce the human population, American commentator Larry Alex Taunton stresses the importance of decoding the innocent sounding phrases used to transmit this inhuman agenda.

He recounts his experience as “a spy at the World Economic Forum” to anti-globalist Scottish political commentator Jim Ferguson, with both men agreeing that “humanity itself is at stake” in a struggle to establish a Godless world system which sees no essential value in human life.

Taunton was struck by the casual manner in which innocent sounding code words for a terrifying global agenda were exchanged at the WEF’s summit in Davos, Switzerland, which he attended.

‘Human beings matter less than policy’

Speaking in the August 8 interview, both men discuss the means by which this agenda is advanced, and the pleasant euphemisms used by this managerial class to describe things that are truly horrific.

“When they talk about ‘sustainability’ – they mean ‘depopulation’,” says Taunton in his introduction, before explaining precisely why this is the case. His remarks recall the observation of George Orwell, who in Politics and the English Language said:

In our time, political speech and writing are largely the defense of the indefensible… Thus political language has to consist largely of euphemism.

Such phraseology is needed if one wants to name things without calling up mental pictures of them.

The mental images conjured by “sustainability” and “the greater good” are pleasant, and pass without objection. The true meaning is unspeakable, and so it is never plainly said.

Despite the horrifying nature of what is revealed in this bombshell video, both men are upbeat. Ferguson smiles when he says that “We are winning the narrative war.” He closes the interview with a promise to photograph himself before the statue of William Wallace, whose famous cry of “freedom” was immortalized by Mel Gibson in Braveheart.

These are two who know the odds and whose commitment to the battle is inspiring. We are, as they say, in the midst of an information war with a political idea which sees its own people as an enemy to be pacified and even liquidated.

Cry freedom, and never give up the fight. As Ferguson and Taunton believe, together we can win.