Dr. Robert Malone, scientist and inventor of the mRNA technology used in the COVID injections, is sounding the alarm about the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) plan for “global fascism.”
In a Thursday interview with Rebel News, Dr. Malone voiced his support for the Canadian Trucker Convoy and broke down how that movement is undermining the “heavy-handed totalitarianism” of the WEF’s Great Reset.
“For me, it’s the truckers’ emphasis on medical autonomy,” Malone said. “The science is on the side of the Canadian and US Truckers.”0:03 / 21:04
“What comes out on the other side really depends on if people value personal autonomy, and it depends on if are they’re willing to step up and fight for it — or are they ok with becoming serfs in a techno-fascist situation where the global financial elite control everything you do? Is that the world you want to live in? Is that the world you want your children to live in? Because that’s what’s at stake here.”
Malone highlighted how the WEF’s Great Reset model is essentially a sophisticated form of corporate fascism first outlined by WWII Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
“There’s a quote that’s attributed to Benito Mussolini regarding this logic of public-private partnerships and fusion between the corporatus and the state: He calls it fascism,” Malone explained.
“The originator of fascism explicitly said the same logic: that there should be an alliance, a partnership – a fusion – between the interests of state and global government.”
“He actually suggested that a better term than fascism, is Corporatism; that’s what the World Economic Forum attempts to advance is a global fascism – a global corporatism – they don’t hide it. They use different words, but I’m pretty dug in on trying to use plain talk, that people understand, and not hiding things behind fancy words,” he added.
WEF founder Klaus Schwab recently spoke at the Global Government Summit to promote the Great Reset, insisting that the “COVID crisis” is the perfect vector to completely transform energy, food, and supply chain systems in what he calls the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.”