The world’s top 0.001% – the ultra-rich – and the modern empires they control – Big Tech, Big Pharma and Big Ag – are not only responsible for destroying the planet and leaving most of humanity in financial and health crises fall, they also aim to gain ultimate control. When that happens, 99% of people become disposable.
Vandana Shiva, Ph.D., founder of the Navdanya Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology in India, describes how globalists exploit the masses in her book Oneness Vs. the 1%: Shattering Illusions, Seeding Freedom. In the After Skool video above, she explains how the 0.001% intend to “divide and conquer” to achieve their exploitative goals.1
Shiva is a trained physicist and initially wanted to study atomic energy. But when she realized the devastation she had wreaked on the world, she gave up her idea of being a nuclear physicist and instead set out in search of holistic knowledge. She studied on her own and found quantum theory,2 which formed the basis of her life’s work:3
“The way you design the world in your mind is the way you relate to it. If you design them as dead matter only to be exploited, you will exploit them. If you design them without understanding boundaries, you are violating the planetary boundaries.
If you frame it with deep appreciation of connectedness, you will nurture those relationships. And this fundamental insight I drew from my insights into quantum theory – that non-locality, non-separation, connectedness…is the nature of reality.”
However, she explains that within the paradigm of mechanistic thinking there is a design that has not evolved. As such, mechanistic thinking is based on the following assumptions:4