The State of the Nations
The world is witnessing an unprecedented shakeup in governments as leaders fall like dominoes across the globe; nations are seeing premiers removed from their positions, via resignations, coups, or assassinations. No doubt more volatility will follow.
These are uncertain times, but they are exciting times, too. As governments collapse and the widespread corruption by corporate influence is exposed, people are taking direct action, with positive change becoming the new epidemic. Farmers in the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Poland, and now Spain, are uniting in solidarity to stop the enforced globalist climate change policies that threaten to destroy their livelihoods, and financially benefit the few at the expense of many.
The people are protesting widespread poverty in Argentina, Italians are marching on parliament to demand their inalienable rights with similar global marches in solidarity from London to Sydney, whilst truckers in Canada launched a freedom convoy covering thousands of miles. Albanians continue to demonstrate against their government policies, fuel, and living costs. What began as a teacher’s strike to protest the cost of gas in Panama, quickly became the largest civil unrest in the country since 1989. From truckers to taxi drivers, people all over the world are taking a stand; when the people are not afraid, they can no longer be manipulated.
Finding a Better Way
How do we weather the storm of current volatility and co-create a positive future for generations to come?
The World Council for Health suggests a cautious approach to newly-elected officials and governments worldwide who may be harbouring links to the World Economic Forum’s nefarious one world government agenda. Instead, let’s take this opportunity to build local resilience and parallel structures, to reconnect at a local community level, and work together to build networks and to share skills using community preparedness resources. Now is the moment to mindfully step outside the system and create positive lasting change.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
― Buckminster Fuller
The World Council for Health stands with people the world over as they take a stand for sovereignty and freedom. Connect locally to find out what you can do to preserve individual sovereignty in your community.
Volatility on the world stage can make us feel anxious, so we invite people to stay in peace and nourish their emotional well-being with mindfulness tools such as deep breathing and meditation—check out the World Council for Health Mind Health Connection Room for more resources and information on mind health.
We are a people-powered platform for world health representing 170+ coalition partners in more than 46 countries.