Elon Musk Caught Supplying WEF With Mind Control Chips To Enslave Humanity




The World Economic Forum has declared that your thoughts are no longer your own. Your thoughts now belong to Klaus Schwab and the WEF. And you shouldn’t try to fight this dystopian development, because it’s for your own good.

According to Nita Farahany, the WEF now own your thoughts thanks to the development of a new generation of smart headbands, smart hats, ear buds and even tattoos, the WEF can monitor your emotional states, decode images you are seeing in your mind, and even gain access the your pin number to your bank account.

They weren’t joking when they said you will own nothing. It’s the part about being happy they were probably joking about it.

As Yuval Noah Harari, chief advisor to Klaus Schwab recently admitted, the World Economic Forum is following in the footsteps of authoritarian dictators in pursuing the dream of eliminating privacy, monitoring everyone, and knowing everything you think, feel and do.

“Dictators always dreamt about eliminating privacy, monitoring everyone, knowing everything you do, think, and feel…It is now possible.”

And these dreams of the globalist elite are well on their way to realization, according to WEF agenda contributors at the Davos summit currently taking place in Switzerland.

However, Nita Farahany and Noah Yuval Harari forgot to mention that the World Economic Forum has gained these powers because of men like Elon Musk and his company Neuralink.

Connecting the human brain to computers is a goal of all globalists and their organizations. Watch the World Economic Forum leader and “transhumanism” enthusiast Klaus Schwab casually discuss a future where chips will be implanted in people’s brains from this 2016 interview.

Schwab explains that these chips could be a “direct communication between our brains and the digital world.” He believes what we will see is a kind of “fusion of the physical, digital and biological world,” in other words, transhumanism.

During a 2017 World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, Klaus Schwab asked Google co-founder Sergey Brin if he could envision a future where everyone has a brain chip.

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