Brooklyn Nets participant Kyrie Irving was chastised by reporters Saturday for posting a viral clip of Alex Jones breaking down the New World Order’s depopulation agenda.
Within the 2002 clip, Jones lays out the globalists’ plan for a cashless society dictated by a social credit score rating system utilizing the discharge of a pandemic or plague to funnel humanity right into a dystopian neo-feudal management grid.
Sounds rather a lot just like the COVID disaster and the World Financial Discussion board’s Nice Reset plan, doesn’t it?
Watch the clip for your self:
Alex Jones over 20 years in the past: “There’s a tyrannical group calling itself the New World Order. pic.twitter.com/xnJvF370WI
— Markus Kartesalo 🇫🇮🇬🇧🇳🇴🇸🇪🇩🇰 (@MKartesalo) October 19, 2022
Notably, the reporter who badgered Irving didn’t refute a single phrase of Jones’ prescient evaluation, most likely as a result of every little thing Jones mentioned is now being overtly admitted by globalist leaders like WEF founder Klaus Schwab.
Kyrie Irving will get right into a back-and-forth with a journalist over his Instagram put up of a 90s Alex Jones clip about secret societies. pic.twitter.com/l540VTkzue
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 30, 2022