Dr. Charlton writes:
"He is great at describing the pieces of the jigsaw, I don't know of anyone better; but he cannot put the pieces together - because he has made the prior assumption that there is no Big Picture (i.e. he believes that reality has no over-arching purpose or meaning)."
I have no opinion of the blogger Dr. Charlton describes, but I do have an opinion about the underlying point Dr. Charlton makes. Writers, thinkers, and bloggers who believe reality has no over-arching purpose or intrinsic meaning ultimately fail to understand the fundamental nature of the topics they address in their work.
Case in point, the great - and still virtually unnoticed - Global Totalitarian Coup of 2020. Only a handful of people of whom I am aware were perceptive enough to recognize the takeover when it happened. Among those, even fewer displayed any awareness of the encompassing spiritual dimension of the event.
Dr. Charlton, on the other hand, not only perceived the coup in real time, but was also acutely aware of the Big Picture implications of the event as it unfolded.
Even more remarkably, his coherent, Christian worldview allowed him to intuitively predict the event months in advance.
A handful of people have since awakened to the reality of the birdemic totalitarian takeover, but once again, barely any of these perceptive individuals really understand the 'complete' Big Picture. As a result, a great deal of the information they share lacks depth and discernment.
Here's a recent example from a leftist organization called Resilience, which advocates for "building a world of resilient communities" to offset the oppression of globalization.
What we’re really concerned about is that this initiative by the World Economic Forum actually looks to entrench the power of those most responsible for the crises we’re facing. In many ways, it’s a trick. It’s a sleight of hand to make sure that things continue as they are; to continue the same.
That will create more of these crises, more of these pandemics, will deepen the climate crisis, which will deepen inequality. It’s not a Great Reset at all. It’s a Great Corporate Takeover. And that’s what we were trying to draw attention to.
What we’ve been finding in recent years is that really there is something I would call it a kind of a global, silent coup d’état going on in terms of global governance. Most people don’t see it.
Like the blogger to whom Dr. Charlton refers, this organization is great at describing the pieces of the jigsaw, but it cannot put the pieces together. It cannot put the pieces together because it lacks a coherent worldview based on the primacy of the spiritual; more specifically, a worldview based on Christianity.
This lack of a Big Picture perspective also leaves the individuals within the organization open to believing in the reality of the traps the Establishment continues to peddle, most notably, the litmus test issues of the climate crisis and inequality, both of which Resilience affirms as pressing, real-world problems.
So, imagine this - Resilience not only fights, but actually defeats the Davos capture of world governance. What would happen after that? Well, Resilience would probably turn around and start fighting climate change, or force people into small resilient communities, or legislate greater equality.
At the most fundamental level, nothing would change!
Though it is refreshing to see others becoming aware of the Global Totalitarian Coup of 2020, it is disappointing to know that very few will really ever become aware of the Big Picture behind it all.