Dissecting the New Totalitarianism
My latest interview with Michael Rectenwald on MindMatters
If you couldn’t tell from my review of Michael Rectenwald’s new book, The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty, he’s one of my favorite thinkers and writers. So I was thrilled to be able to have another extended conversation with him on MindMatters about the long history of semi-clandestine groups leading up the WEF, the real goals of Agenda 2030 (behind the doublespeak), and what steps we can take to attempt to counter the Great Reset—what Rectenwald calls the Grand Refusal.
Here it is (audio here on BuzzSprout or your favorite podcast platform):
ESG’s, diversity, equity, and inclusion, stakeholder capitalism, sustainability, CBDC’s, transhumanism, Agenda 2030—no doubt you’ve heard or read about these and any number of other terms that are meant to get the public with the new progressive and “forward thinking” policies and philosophies of the future. Of course you have; they are all part of the behemoth global elite-inspired policies and agendas of the so-called “Great Reset.” But what’s really behind them? What are they actually meant to accomplish? And how might these ideas, put into actual practice, affect the way that we live—or don’t live?
Joining MindMatters once again is accomplished writer and researcher Michael Rectenwald. Author of Springtime for Snowflakes, Beyond Woke and The Google Archipelago—and in a most insightful progression—Michael tackles his biggest and most important subject yet with his new book The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty. With a depth and breadth that is unmatched, his new book delves into one of the most profoundly totalitarian and far-reaching new (and not so new) political, social, and economic agendas in contemporary history. Join us as we get our heads around what already promises to be the most monstrous and destructive developments of the 21st century, the Great Reset, and discuss what we can actually do in response.
You can buy the book on Michael’s website (or on Amazon, if you must). Here he is on Twitter. And in case you missed it, here is our previous discussion.
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Excellent interview. The best information I've encountered on this topic.
Psyched to listen to this! Will add to my watch list, currently listening to No White Guilt's "Go Free" gathering. You might like his work - he's a master of language, and produced a Lexicon that helps us win.