Are Railroad Strikers WEF Pawns?

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Thanks to a Lake County Lobbyist for sending us this article. Remember nothing happens in this world without someone wanting it to happen.

Barry wanted to fundamentally change the United States. Biden wants to Build, Back Better”. To achieve the “BBB model”, the “Bastards” must first destroy what is been successful.

Hold on tight, the ride in the next six months may leave you screaming…


Are Railroad Strikers WEF Pawns?   

By Lake County Lobbyist / September 15, 2022

Is the World Economic Forum behind the looming U.S. rail strike, and likely UPS strike? The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers in the U.S. that covers railroad workers is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO.  A quick check of the WEF website features a prominent partner link to the AFL-CIO.

It looks like UPS workers are also going to strike.  And although the Teamsters Union management is not stupid enough to feature a prominent display with the billionaires at WEF, UPS the corporation is listed as a WEF “partner”.

Finally, the UK and Australia are also having their own railroad strikes.  Coincidence, or global logistics warfare? Given that King Charles (then Prince Charles) openly bragged about initiating the WEF’s Great Reset project for the planet, one can’t help but wonder if the U.S. railroad strikes aren’t a gift of fratricide for former UK colonies?

After all, the WEF seems committed to World Economic Fratricide by sabotaging fuel and fertilizer to nations with WEF-friendly leadership like the Netherlands, Germany, and Sri Lanka, after having similarly advanced the cause of global Covid lockdowns.  

The higher the desperation among the people, then all the better to make people accept their Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) global prison system, so that we can all return to serfdom under the British Crown. 




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