Last Days of Liberal World Order 

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On Thursday, the administration made no bones about their indifference to the insufferable inflation, impending recession, and skyrocketing fuel prices. Economic Director Brian Deese was asked what he had to say to families struggling to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years. Deese told CNN, 

  • “This is about the future of the liberal world order and we have to stand firm.”
  • Deese was echoing Biden’s statement from March when he said the pandemic had given him “significant opportunities” to change things for the “new world order” that was coming. 
  • He blamed Trump for breaking down the norms of that new world order.

President Biden was asked Thursday how long did he expect Americans to pay for fuel price hikes and his response was, “As long as it takes.” Biden also said that the thing destabilizing the world is the “outrageous behavior” of the Supreme Court in overturning Roe v. Wade and “challenging the right to privacy.”

Friday brought us yet another reason to thank God for conservative Supreme Court justices. Their last work for the summer was to put a stop to the globalists’ reign of terror with yet another important decision. 

Rolling Back the Bureaucratic State

The Supreme Court sharply curtailed the overreach at the EPA, which doesn’t bode well for other power-hungry departments. The justices ruled 6-3 last Friday that the EPA does not have the authority to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions that supposedly cause climate change, and the agency exceeded its authority when it issued a plan to restrict power plants in 2015 during the Obama administration. 

The news was a welcome relief for red states that depend on fossil-fuel industries.

The Court’s decision is grounded in the “major questions doctrine,” which dictates that government agencies have little to say about setting new regulations of “major economic and political importance.” Bureaucracies cannot rely on powers not clearly detailed by Congress.

This places decisions with lawmakers who must pass legislation in order to set such policies. The ruling could be used to roll back thousands of regulations. This is what Chief Justice Roberts wrote:
“Capping carbon dioxide emissions at a level that will force a nationwide transition away from the use of coal to generate electricity may be a sensible solution to the crisis of the day, but only Congress, or an agency with express authority from Congress, can adopt a decision of such magnitude and consequence.”

Why this Matters: Opponents of the ruling believe that Congress must depend on the expertise of federal agencies, and expects them to interpret the laws, carry out the intent of the laws, and create regulations. In the future, overstepping—such as the FDA mandating toxic vaccines for infants and children with little-to-no risk from a virus—sets themselves up for litigation. The Supreme Court’s decision here is a huge warning for those who promote legislation through unelected and unaccountable officials at the FDA, IRS, FTC, SEC, etc.

President Biden’s office issued this statement that reflects the progressive/left’s view of limiting federal powers, calling it “another devastating decision that aims to take our country backwards.” Rep. Ocasio-Cortez wrote that it was a catastrophic ruling and said the Supreme Court needs to be reformed, “do away with the whole thing, for the sake of the planet.”

Above: Partial VAX adverse effects report, released by FDA.

In a parallel piece of breaking news, on Monday a judge in Uruguay ordered Pfizer to uncover the composition of their Covid-19 vaccines, including graphene oxide and Nano-technological elements. They must also,

  • Surrender data demonstrating the “innocuousness” of “the substance called messenger RNA”
  • Show that “the experimental nature” of the vaccines can be accredited.
  • Explain adverse effects of the vaccines.

Pfizer has refused to comply and will no longer sell their covid vaccine in Uruguay.

The FDA went to court in the US to keep the public ignorant of the same data for 75 years. The FDA reasoned that they don’t have the resources to do it sooner, although the agency employs 18,000 people and has a budget of more than $6.5 billion.

  • A judge issued a final order in February that the FDA must produce Pfizer documents at a rate of 10,000-80,000 pages per month to start, and quickly increase to 55,000 pages per month by September 1, 2022. Duplicates counts as half pages.
Above: Protesters in Holland shutting down roadways to push back against severe government regulations.

Dutch Farmers, Fishermen Push Back against Globalism

Europeans are likewise having to battle the liberal world order and climate change activist governments. Some 40,000 farmers gathered last week in the central Netherlands’ agricultural heartland to protest the government’s plan to slash emissions. The government says emissions of nitrogen oxide (manure) and ammonia (urine), which livestock produce, must be drastically reduced close to nature areas that are part of a network of protected habitats for endangered plants and wildlife stretching across the 27-nation European Union.

  • This will force many farmers to cut their livestock herds or stop work altogether, at a time when the UN warns of coming global “food insecurity” throughout the world. 

From the Conservative Treehouse:

“The unorganized grass-roots groups have been randomly blocking roads and transportation hubs for the past three days. They have also been dropping truckloads of manure at the entrances of government businesses. In a show of solidarity, the fishing industry is now blocking ports. Additionally, the farmers are starting to block the distribution centers of supermarkets and key roads forming a cauldron where transit is at a standstill.

“As grocery store shelves go empty, the government is now asking the military to intervene and stop the farmer blockades. However, the Dutch people overwhelmingly support the farmers. Things have evolved into a social and economic war between the farmers and Build Back Better government ideology chasing climate change goals.”

Above: Biden blames gas stations for high prices; the US Oil & Gas Association issues a tongue-in-cheek response. Gas stations run on margins as low as 1.4%, according to industry researchers.

Why this Matters: President Biden’s approval numbers are the lowest of any president in modern history. The public isn’t buying his attempts to blame high gas prices on Putin or US manufacturers. And they’re watching their stock values crash every day. In fact, the S&P 500 is having its worst year since 1872. 

Even pro-Biden news outlets like Reuters are publishing truth from time to time. One report cites customs data that reveals at least five million barrels of oil were exported to Europe and Asia last month from our own the strategic reserve–which is at its lowest level since 1986. 

How to Pray: Thank God for the steady awakening of people worldwide! Pray for the Lord to continue His work on those we love to choose wisdom and understanding over ignorance and confusion. He promises that those who are troubled can turn to the Him and He will be found. Pray for God’s people to remain strong, not weak, for our work shall be rewarded. Hallelujah!

2 Chronicles 15:2-4,7 – And he went out to meet Asa, and said unto him, Hear ye me, Asa, and all Judah and Benjamin; The LORD is with you, while ye be with him; and if ye seek him, he will be found of you; but if ye forsake him, he will forsake you. Now for a long season Israel hath been without the true God, and without a teaching priest, and without law. But when they in their trouble did turn unto the LORD God of Israel, and sought him, he was found of them…Be ye strong therefore, and let not your hands be weak: for your work shall be rewarded.

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