A Zoom Town Conversation With Alison McDowell

by Travis Mateer

It’s weird to see people so deeply invested in our two party political system. It’s no different than investing psychic energy in a sports team. You like the players because they wear your colors, but in order to enjoy the game, you ignore the reality that the ownership class uses gullible sports fans to enrich their bottomline.

Today’s episode of Zoom Town is a conversation with Alison McDowell, a mom from Philadelphia who started showing up to school board meetings seven years ago to become more involved in the education of her children. That direct participation evolved into researching topics like human impact markets, stakeholder capitalism and the gamification of our future.

This week is the perfect time to listen to McDowell’s perspective on a possible path for Zoom Town. The Davos crowd is meeting this week as Oxfam’s latest report shows soaring wealth and plunging poverty thanks to the pandemic. The Davos crowd is using this pandemic to rebrand globalism into their BIG OPPORTUNITY to impose THE GREAT RESET.

If you don’t think international wealth will be playing a role in transforming our little mountain town, you clearly haven’t been paying attention. One area that will be strengthened by international capital is the public/private partnership. Here is how the World Economic Forum describes this velvet glove of fascism:

3. Public-private partnership

Ultimately, the post-COVID era “will demand private-sector engagement every step of the way,” wrote Schwab last June.

And we’ve seen that this is possible. “During the COVID-19 crisis, companies, universities, and others have joined forces to develop diagnostics, therapeutics, and possible vaccines; establish testing centers; create mechanisms for tracing infections; and deliver telemedicine,” he continued.

The development and rollout of COVID-19 vaccines including Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer-BioNTech are shining examples of what can be achieved when the public and private sector work together towards a goal.

“Imagine what could be possible if similar concerted efforts were made in every sector,” added Schwab.

Public-private partnership will be essential to recovery from COVID-19, as well as addressing a host of multilateral challenges that lie ahead – from ensuring people receive the COVID-19 vaccines to preparing for the next pandemic, as well as tackling cybersecurity and climate change.

Yes, we are already seeing the University of Montana’s MonTECH business incubator ramping up the public/private capital harvesting scheme to seed public resources for private sector gain. Great work if you can get it.

If you are eager to live in the technocratic future being created by internationalists like Klaus Schwab and “philanthropists” like Bill Gates then none of this should worry you. Just sit back, turn off your brain, and let the technocrats do their thing.

But if you DO NOT WANT their globalist control grid determining where and how you can live, then now is the time to prepare for resistance.

About Travis Mateer

I'm an artist and citizen journalist living and writing in Montana. You can contact me here: willskink at yahoo dot com
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