Dr David E Martin begins by saying, “I think every conversation about COVID and every conversation about SARS-Coronavirus is the wrong conversation for humanity to be having. And I think that we have been seduced into a distraction of epic proportions while a greater evil is being done.
“So I am not gonna fall for it! If you thought this was gonna be the ‘Find the Fauci’ moment, I’ve got a little teaser in there, you’ll get a little Fauci but that’s not what this is about. This is about the illusion of knowledge.
“And I have at the bottom of this slide, one of my favorite quotes from Hosea 4:6, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”
In our quest to figure out how this genocidal global CoronaHoax was pulled off, we’ve looked at the Globalists, the central bankers, the corporatists, the pedophiles, the Communists, the British Crown, the Tavistock Institute, the CCP, the Illuminati, the Jesuits, Bill Gates, the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Sabbateans, the Bilderbergers, Klaus Schwab, the Satanists, the Freemasons – and even the Mantids from Hyperspace – but today, we can add another culprit, who the brilliant Dr Dave E Martin informs us, “For the last 145 years, they have done a wonderful job of making sure you never knew they’re behind it all. And by ‘all’, I mean ALL. And I don’t mean ‘some of all.’ I mean ‘All of All.’”
And who might that be?
The life insurance industry.
Yes. We haven’t heard a peep from anyone about the insurance companies throughout our dystopian COVID interlude – let alone, ever – but Dr Martin assures us that it was the insurance companies who actually set up the central bankers to be the “Fall Guy” (!)
Dr Martin says, “It turns out, the thing that makes life insurance work is a thing called ‘Term Life Policies’…and what you do is you pay your life insurance premiums and you do that for a long time and after a while, you kind of go, ‘I’m paying a lot in and I’m not sure what I’m getting for the return and it turns out that, for most of us, after 17 and a half to 18 and a half years, we stop paying.
“That’s a great business, isn’t it? To tax people for 18 years, to offer them nothing and in return for the favor, keep all their money, plus all the money you made on their money and offer them no benefit. Pretty goo racket! Best part about it is they actually figured out that it was important to support the Eugenics Movement.
“You heard what I said, People! Turns out that the thing that throws a curve ball into life insurance policies is people that die when you don’t want them to die. That’s a curve ball. That means you have to pay out.
“So, surprisingly, in 1904 to 1910, Andrew Carnegie, who was very much affiliated with several of the boards of the life insurance companies decided that we needed to institutionalize medicine…institutionalize health research and pay for it for life insurance companies. Because controlling your death was big business. And people who didn’t match the actuarial models were bad for business.
“Lo and behold! What did we start doing? I love it when people tell me that eugenics was a ‘Hitler thing’! Hahaha! Nice try! And thank you, once again to the life insurance companies for marketing that piece of bullsh*t – but this particular pursuit of this particular situation was born in 1910.
“Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory…Isn’t it funny how we’ve been sucker-punched into believing that the Bad Guy is a Rothschild or the Bad Guy is a part of this nefarious, Deep Underlord, Dark Underworld, Pentagram-laden, candle ceremony, séance bullsh*t story? Isn’t it great to have a cover story, when nobody then asks the right question, which is, ‘Hold on a minute, if somebody’s marketing a story to me, I wonder if that marketing of a story is so I don’t ask any more questions?
“And by the way, anybody who thinks that the world is run by the Rothschilds has their head up their ass. And I’m dead serious. The world is actually run by life insurance executives.
“Bad news! And it turns out we’re going to get to why that’s so damned important…
“What happened in 1914 is an unforgivable mortal sin…It turns out that World War I was good business for life insurers. You know what happened when we sent…young men to their deaths in Europe? Life insurers pocketed a sh*tload of money. Because it turns out that few people knew how to file claims. The Department of Defense didn’t have a mechanism to actually process those things and it turns out that, in fact, the First World War, if you look at it from an economic perspective, the biggest winner of the First World War were life insurance companies.”
Dr David E Martin is so incredible and I got so much positive feedback from yesterday’s Q&A session at a screening of Plandemic and so many reader requests to see the main event that I found it (or at least part of