Extinction Rebellion and the Rise of the Fourth Reich


Many historians, sympathetic to the Resistance, blame President, For Life, Thunberg for the rise the Fourth Reich but that only tells half the story. The truth is, the One World Government was spawned in the darkness and the ashes of the Second World War, long before Greta’s fatal Extinction Rebellion.

Looking back it is clear to see that, in 1948, civilisation was mortally wounded and in its exhaustion it fell to the left. But in the age of ‘Unlearning’, that soon followed, people stopped asking questions and were happy to believe whatever the state told them to believe. After this date, the ancient philosophical divisions of ‘left’ and ‘right’ became effectively meaningless.

By the time Greta Thunberg was born, the One World Government, which later came to be called ‘The Fourth Reich’ had already achieved dominion. The ideology of  the fourth Reich controlled the media, the judiciary, the police, the universities and the military through its proxies: the United Nations, the World Bank and the European Union.

The United States of Europe, or as it was then known, the European Union, had been busy discrediting the concept of ‘nation states’ since 1992. Any resistance to the UN’s Agenda 21 or its program of race replacement was swiftly crushed. Anyone who complained about the destruction of their country or their culture felt the full terrifying power of the state.

It was in the context of this cultural vacuum that the Extinction Rebellion gave shape to a general feeling of unease shared by most. By 2010 it was obvious that there was something terribly wrong with the modern world.

The genius of the 4th Reich was to make the people see only what they were told to see. The corruption of the food chain, the mass rape of white women by immigrants, the drugging of the population, the pollution of the sea by the third world, these were questions not allowed.

It’s hard to believe but in the face of these obvious concerns, like kittens chasing shadows, the Extinction Rebellion obsessed over carbon emissions despite all the evidence that CO2 had nothing to do with the weather.

In order to understand how the Fourth Reich, that enslaves us now, was democratically voted into power, you must understand the reasons for the resurrection of the concept of national socialism that gave President Thunberg the excuse she had been waiting for in order to declare herself ‘President for Life’.

But I get ahead of myself. In order to understand the currents that swept away three thousand years of civilisation and 80% of the world’s population, you must understand how human society was ordered within the framework of that civilisation.


The Scale of the Sacred

Human beings are a paradox, we are at the same time an individual and, prior to the fourth Reich, we were also a part of a collective – a family, a village, a nation. To understand this dichotomy, Imagine you stand on a road with the ocean in front of you and the desert behind. The road runs East to West further than the eye can see. We will call this the road ‘the scale of the sacred.’

Why? Because that which a people hold sacred determines the essential nature of their society.

To your left, which we will call east, is the concept of the ‘collective’ and to your right is the concept of the ‘individual’. Prior to the industrial revolution, based on our Judeo/Christian culture there had been a kind of balance between the two ideas but after the Second World War that balance was destroyed.

To understand the nature of that loss of balance, imagine that you stand on that road with the east to your left. The desert that is behind you we will call negative coercion and the sea which is to the north of the road we will call positive coercion.

In order to motivate people to act they must have a reason to do so, that motivation or coercion may be either positive or negative.

Looking to our right, we see the individual as god and in the Post Modern Progressive Culture into which President Thunberg was born the individual was held as absolutely sacred. But what makes this idea so corrosive is that the individual only exists in reference to the individual itself.

It was this concept that finally killed the idea of objective truth or morality. Truth is what you say it is and there is no such thing as right or wrong – only what pleasures you.  The concept of the sacred individual also killed the natural instinct of the nurturing mother and the protective father, the loss of which may have greatly contributed to President Thunberg’s well known excesses in recent years.

If you hold yourself as sacred and you are your own god – acts of empathy or kindness are only attempts to validate your own faith and signal your idea of virtue to others. In such a world, violence is only ever seconds away. By 2003 the One World Government were already masters of the art of violence because in world full of narcissists violence or the threat of violence is the only way to ensure obedience.

But it was the Extinction Rebellion and President Thunberg, while still just a girl, that gave the mob and their violence a direction. Only extreme violence would have made a people accept their own destruction.

In 2025 under UN Agenda 21, the one world government made meat consumption illegal and slaughtered all domestic and farm animals.

With the animals and the topsoil gone, The subsequent mass starvation was inevitable.

Our vegan food poisoned our children with Monsanto chemicals. We found out too late that humans couldn’t digest Genetically modified food. Malnutrition crippled a generation. As travel was illegal the people had nowhere to run.

In response to the violence of the green movement, ethnic replacement and the destruction of their countries, people of good conscience all over the world, tried to resist but their revulsion to the concept of the sacred individual led these heroes to embrace its opposite: National Socialism.

Looking to the left of the scale of the sacred we see the ‘collective’ as god. But National Socialism sees that god only in context of the collective – Marxism, Socialism, Fascism were all symptoms of this disease.

The irony was that when we hold the individual as sacred in reference to only the individual itself or when we hold the collective as sacred in reference to only the collective – in both cases we must use negative coercion to control the people. It is for this reason that both extremes have always resulted in failure and genocide.

Long before the great killing of 2025, Anti-Semitism from both those who worshiped the collective and those who worshiped the individual had became normal again because validation for both can only come from destruction of the ‘other’.

Violence is therefore a natural product of negative coercion so it was inevitable that the violence of the newly reborn National Socialists would finally start the European Civil War. A demonstration in Rotherham against yet another rape scandal lead to the massacre of otherwise innocent Mulsims. As in the Lebonon in the previous century, Muslim Militias were formed. The civil war spread from the Britian to the rest of Europe and then the world.

Without that war, The United States of Europe would never have become an Islamic state and Greta would never have become President for Life.

But despite the horrors of the last hundred years, you must not lose hope! Looking back, we can now see that there was a solution to the madness of the fourth Reich. Like a mist in the mountains, ephemeral and yet beautiful beyond imagination, there is a balance between both concepts – the individual and the collective.

When the people hold the individual as sacred but within the context of the collective and when the collective is held as sacred in the context only of the individual there is a balance. But here is our problem, for this to work, we must use positive coercion and that can only happen when we share a common philosophical, moral and sociological matrix of belief that enshrines the concept of ‘All for One and One for All’.

Perhaps it’s ironic or maybe some kind of cosmic joke that throughout all of the centuries of genocide and war the only people that held this balance of the sacred was the Jewish people. Maybe it was that balance that caused them to be so successful and engender such hatred.

Now we will never know, when Europe became a part of the caliphate, the destruction of Israel was, of course, inevitable. Today, people take the extermination of the Jewish people as proof of their conspiracy – logically speaking it must have been the most unsuccessful conspiracy in history.

I have shown you why the only hope for our people is within nationalism but a kind of nationalism that holds the individual and not the collective as sacred. We must defy the law and once again study Jewish texts and rediscover what it was that helped them keep the sacred balance. If only we could find a way to turn the clock back on the industrial revolution we might be able to live in balance with our planet.


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