From the dusty streets of Burkino Faso to the influential chambers of Washington D.C., nations are on the brink of a colossal transformation. A rumored 120 days of universal martial law and political overhauls in various nations might be signaling the start of a new epoch in global governance.
In Burkino Faso, the swift dismissal of the president by the military, followed by the suspension of the constitution, set political analysts abuzz. However, such drastic measures weren’t isolated to this West African nation. The U.S., in its own realm, ventured into similar territory when it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May 2020 and made another controversial move in January 2021.
History has shown that desperate times call for desperate measures. Abraham Lincoln’s suspension of Habeus Corpus amid the turbulence of the Civil War was proof of that. These drastic actions paved the way for the liberation of countless souls.
And now, in our present day, the U.S. President’s sweeping actions against the triumvirate of power – Washington DC, Vatican & City of London – seem to echo this sentiment. Delving deeper, one discovers startling actions against the UK Royals in 2019 and Operation Defender Europe on St. Patrick’s Day 2020, with implications for the Vatican, EU Royalty, and Central Banks. The climax? POTUS‘ audacious claim over key assets, stretching as far as the Australian shores.
But February brought another twist. Russia, in a power move, assumed control of the United Nations. A tactical game reminiscent of early 2020’s standoff against China was evident, with speculations of China’s political metamorphosis into a Republican entity.
The common thread binding these events? GESARA – The Global Economic Security and Reformation Act. Hints of its significance have been scattered across POTUS‘ communications. The military, operating behind the scenes, is said to have had global leaders covertly endorse GESARA, leading to its validation by the esteemed International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Drawing parallels, Canada’s recent judgements against corporations for human rights violations set a legal precedent, tying in with courts from Brussels to The Hague.
In the face of such sweeping changes, all established global hierarchies stand challenged. Corruption is no longer tolerated, with the military playing watchman.
What awaits post-transition is equally groundbreaking: a pivot to blockchain-powered elections, a drastic downsizing of the governing elite, and the end of an era dominated by two-party politics.
This isn’t just a change; it’s a metamorphosis. The world seems to be echoing the principles enshrined in the General Act of 1776, but with a global resonance.