Globalist Plots and the Coronavirus Pandemic

It is common on the far-right to find people claiming to “uncover” the truth about globalist plots against us. Many such claims are being made in response to the Coronavirus. And while globalist plots certainly do exist, I believe that many on the far-right are misinterpreting the nature of the globalist machinations during this crisis, especially in America.

I should begin by saying that while there certainly does appear to be much disinformation and deception from the mainstream media concerning the virus, I see no grounds for saying that the disease itself is a “hoax” or “just the flu.” I cite two main reasons in support of this position:

1.Nearly every single country without exception has acknowledged that the virus is real and has taken drastic measures to prevent its spread. While the governments in the West are engaged in several globalist plots against us (multiculturalism, replacement immigration, etc.), there are governments around the world that reject these policies and actually function to safeguard the interests of their own people. Given that China, Iran, the US, Western Europe, Russia, etc., all acknowledge the reality of the virus, it seems unreasonable to assume that it is just a normal flu or a complete fabrication.

2. There is strong evidence that the virus was manipulated in a lab. There are enough mainstream, credentialed scientists saying this for us to take this possibility very seriously. There are differing theories on who created the virus, and why. Some of the most common theories are the following: the Chinese created it and accidentally released it (and once it was accidentally released, they intentionally allowed it to spread internationally), the Chinese created it and intentionally released it (figuring that their political system would allow them to handle the virus much more efficiently than the West), the US created it and intentionally released it in China in order to harm the Chinese, and the US created it and intentionally released it specifically in order for it to return to the West and allow the tyrannical lock-down that we are now seeing. Given that no government wants to admit that they are involved in biological warfare, I doubt that we will get a conclusive answer as to the exact origin of the virus any time soon. And if the virus is man-made and specifically designed to cause long-term damage to society, we should take very strong measures to prevent its spread. If we are concerned about the ill effects of injecting certain unnatural vaccines into our bodies, we should be equally concerned about contracting a virus that has been manipulated in a bioweapons lab. It is still completely unclear what long-term damage the virus can cause, even to people who are asymptomatic when first contracting it.

Starting from the assumption that the virus is real and quite possibly presents an unprecedented threat to our health, we must consider what measures should be adopted. While the spread of the virus has disrupted many aspects of normal life, there is one thing that has not skipped a beat: the mainstream left and the mainstream right in America are presenting the public with two terrible policy options, neither of which will effectively address the situation. The early efforts by Asian governments like those in South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan demonstrated exactly what should be done to stop the spread of the virus: a short-term shutdown, heavy use of masks, rigorous testing, and closing the border. These are the measures that actually work to “flatten the curve,” and these highly-urbanized Asian countries have seen their active cases drop precipitously, despite being the first areas outside of mainland China to face the spread of the virus. Of course neither party in the US embraced this full set of actions. Trump supported some trivial travel bans from specific regions much too late, and the Democrats of course are reveling in the destruction of freedom and the massive expansion of government welfare occasioned by the lock-down, but neither political faction in our country is promoting a full set of policies that actually would have stopped the spread of the virus. Perhaps most shockingly, our government is still allowing international travel to and from Coronavirus hotspots. While many are tempted to attribute this to incompetence, this strikes me as being unlikely. Rather, it is almost undeniable that our entire mainstream political system, both left and right, wanted the virus to spread here.

In the decades prior to the Trump campaign of 2016, the far-right in America was justifiably suspicious of the GOP and their allies in the media, such as Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, etc. These mainstream conservatives were rightly seen as Zionist stooges, whose main function is to keep those white Americans who are dissatisfied with globalization away from genuine nationalism. When Trump began making radical policy suggestions, such as banning Muslim immigration and re-thinking NATO, many on the far-right, including myself, came to support Trump. Four year later, however, it is evident that Trump has done nothing to advance the interests of his white American supporters, while the Kushner-Netanyahu wing of world Zionism has achieved many of its goals. Whether Trump was a fraud from the beginning or he has been blackmailed by the deep state into abandoning his campaign promises is largely irrelevant. The bottom line is that the swamp has won. After being mistaken about Trump’s potential as a genuine nationalist, the far-right should be even more cautious about supporting any policies advanced by the mainstream right. This brings us to the current push from the mainstream right to “end the lock-down” and “open the country back up.” Those on the far-right should be very wary of embracing any of the moves that are being promoted by Republican politicians and their media allies. When have Republican politicians and right-wing talk radio hosts ever promoted effective, bold action against globalism? If the drive to re-open the country, label the virus as a “hoax” and denigrate the use of masks is actually an effective move against globalism, this would be the very first time.

Reopening the country and allowing/encouraging many in the population to spurn guidelines on masks and social distancing could certainly result in an increase in Covid-19 cases (although this could be counteracted by other factors such as a change in weather). Given that the entire mainstream political system wanted the virus to spread in the first place, it makes sense why this “end the lock-down” movement is receiving approval from the globalist puppets in the mainstream right. A spike in cases can be used to justify prolonging or reinstating certain aspects of the lock-down, aspects that were never really intended to stop the spread of the virus in the first place, but rather to destroy small businesses (especially small farmers) and grow the welfare state. The other reason why the “end the lock-down” movement has been given mainstream approval is because it fulfills the main function of mainstream conservatism: to distract the people from embracing nationalism. By focusing the ire of conservatives towards the tyrannical Democrats, we are conveniently prevented from talking about the real issues that caused the crisis, such as uncontrolled borders, outsourcing of manufacturing and dependence on a global supply chain for essential goods. Saying that the virus is a hoax undermines the argument in favor of nationalism. The right should be protesting to demand border controls and an end to the outsourcing of industrial production, especially of medical supplies. Instead the right is demanding that we return to normal! And if we do return to the horrible “normal” that we have been suffering under prior to the pandemic, the right will consider it a victory. We must ask ourselves what is more plausible: that every country in the world has conspired to fake the existence of a virus (a virus, moreover, that has been shown to be effectively contained by nationalist measures), or that the mainstream American right has created a false narrative specifically designed to distract people from embracing nationalism?

While I believe that this anti-nationalist narrative is being deliberatley promoted by the highest levels of mainstream conservatism, the degenerate nature of the conservative populace has caused the narrative to be embraced with enthusiasm. The unprecedented disruption to daily life brought about by the crisis has caused a strong desire to “just get back to normal.” Americans desperately want to “do something” to make the crisis go away. In theory it would be possible for us to effectively organize on a more local level, but practically this cannot happen, because our population has become so dependent on convenient, pre-packaged political solutions that require minimal effort. Furthermore, emotionalism and selfishness have marked much of the popular right-wing response to the virus, showing that our people are far from being able to organize a mature, Christian community. One such instance of this is the bizarre rejection of wearing masks in public. Wearing masks has appeared to be a very effective means of stopping the spread of the virus, as can be seen in various Asian countries and in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. And of course heavy mask use has the great advantage of allowing the economy to stay open. Yet there has been great resistance to mask use on the American right, which to me is inexplicable. Even more puzzling is the claim that laws requiring masks in public are somehow unconstitutional. I have yet to see a detailed argument about exactly what article or clause in the Constitution is supposed to prohibit such laws. Rather, these claims are highly emotional, being based on the feeling that a vague Constitutional promise of “personal freedom” is somehow being violated. (It is also worth noting that back March, “masks don’t work” was a mainstream media talking point, just as “it’s just the flu” was originally a GOP talking point. Many on the far-right has now decided to adopt both of these talking points.) Another disturbing instance of selfishness and immaturity is the argument that the alarm over the virus is unwarranted because “it only kills old and sick people who are going to die anyway.” Or in other words, “we shouldn’t be alarmed, because this disease only kills our most vulnerable, and they’re mostly isolated in retirement homes so we don’t have to witness their suffering.” This attitude is especially disappointing coming from American conservatives who are supposed to be pro-life, as there is a similarity between this attitude and the attitude of those who support abortion and euthanasia. Even if the virus only shortens the life-span of an octogenarian by one year, this is far more damaging than many cases of euthanasia, where a patient might be killed a mere week or a few days before natural death. I acknowledge that shutting down the entire economy could very well cause more deaths than the virus itself, but there is no excuse for not wearing masks in public while keeping the economy running in order to suppress the spread of the virus to the elderly and vulnerable.

Wanting to “get back to normal” has always been one of the biggest defects of the American right. When the government forced school integration, conservatives moved to the suburbs or transferred their children to private schools so they could “get back to normal,” rather than digging in for a principled struggle. Similarly today’s conservatives want to end the lock-down and “get back to normal” instead of facing the fact that our entire political and economic system is rotten, and that it must be rebuilt from the ground up by forming organic, Christian communities. The addiction to comfortable living is why today’s conservatives want the meat processing plants to get back on-line, rather than moving towards a totally new system of food supply, one based on local communities that cannot be so easily upended by a global crisis. The government does far worse things to the Church and the nation every single day than the current stay-at-home orders. Murdering babies, importing Muslims, allowing the violent Mexican cartels to operate freely, perverting children through “sex education” programs, using tax incentives to control what is said in the pulpit: all of these are are more evil and tyrannical than requiring the use of masks or temporarily limiting gatherings to ten people, and yet the GOP and their media allies never promote any practical steps to combat them. The most dangerous globalist plot in America right now is the effort by the mainstream right to convince the American people that they are fighting for freedom by denying the reality of the virus and rejecting the nationalist measures that could effectively combat it.

If this virus is the result of intentional biological warfare, there is no reason to think that deadlier viruses will not be released in the future. This very well could be our test run to see how well we can respond. Our dismal failure as a nation and as individuals could certainly encourage whoever released the Coronavirus to strike a much deadlier blow next time. Let us labor wisely while there is still time.


  1. Tim Folke

    This is a very comprehensive, well thought out article. Thank you, Mr. Pulaski. May I offer a few of my thoughts on this.

    I was a CPA for 30 years, specifically trained as an auditor of governmental entities. My training included detection of fraud, deception, and other ‘sleights of mind’. In short, I detect something insidious in this whole COVID19 scenario.

    I look at the results and I see two things. First, an enormous and unprecedented transfer of wealth, from very many to very few. Secondly, increased government control, and in a direction that I do not see as wholesome; e.g. – churches are closed but the marijuana shops stay open.

    I see the ancient formula for human control (the Hegelian Dialectic) in full bloom here, which works like this: a) Create a problem where there was no problem. b) Create hysteria. c) Create a solution to the problem.

    In regards to COVID19, a problem was created where there was no problem. To quote Mr. Pulaski in his essay (4th paragraph), “There is strong evidence that the virus was manipulated in a lab”. Then, hysteria – on a worldwide scale – was created over what is, by nearly all medical professionals, a relatively nonlethal malady.

    Now, as to the solution, I think it may be mandatory vaccines. I hope I am wrong. Perhaps, as Mr. Pulaski said (last paragraph), “This very well could be our test run to see how well we can respond”.

    In life I have learned to not fully trust anyone, other than the Holy Spirit as it dwells in each of us. And, the Holy Spirit is giving me a real check on this thing. The timing (end of the sixth millennium +-33 years), the framework, the idea that those who do not accept the mandatory vaccine will be quarantined and will not be able to buy or sell, for me point in one direction.

    Be that as it may, I am honored to live in these times and be a witness to our Lord Jesus the Christ.

    1. Clement Pulaski

      Yes, I think there are many levels of tyranny active during this crisis. In my own workplace, management has used the crisis to push through certain things that they have wanted for a long time, things which are quite unpopular with the employees. All people in positions of power are taking advantage of the situation at the same time, which doesn’t necessarily imply a conspiracy amongst them all, just that this is how people act.

  2. Scott Craig Mooney

    Regarding laws requiring masks in public, the author writes: “I have yet to see a detailed argument about exactly what article or clause in the Constitution is supposed to prohibit such laws.” The purpose of the Constitution is not to prohibit laws but to establish authority. A more to the point appeal to the Constitution would be: “I have yet to see a detailed argument about exactly what article or clause in the Constitution authorizes the enactment of such laws.” What bothers me about the Statehouse demonstrations is that they tacitly agree that the Governor has the authority to shut down businesses and churches, and that he has authority to open them back up again. I think the pushing back is healthy, but, as the author admits, a durable social and political cure cannot arise apart from a fully self-conscious Christian nationalism. But this cannot arise via any incremental strategy. It can arise only via a rebirth following full collapse of the present order.

    1. Clement Pulaski

      The constitutional question is tricky for various reasons:

      -from an originalist perspective, the federal constitution limits what the federal government can do, not what local or state governments can do, thus in the early republic states had legally established religions.

      -the current mask laws I have seen have been put in place by local governments.

      -looking at disease response in the early republic, I have not seen evidence that extreme measures taken by local governments to quarantine certain areas were viewed as violating the federal constitution. Admittedly this is not an area I have studied extensively, so if you have evidence to the contrary I would be glad to see it.

  3. Karen Biser

    The Powers that Be have been using fear and shame tactics to promote compliance with the unlawful “lockdown” and mandatory masks required by the civil government. I was disappointed that this article employs the same tactics to the same end.

    For a more biblical approach to the COVID19 situation, I refer you to the following article:

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