Google co-founder Larry Page has announced that he’s establishing permanent residency in New Zealand.
— New York Post (@nypost) August 6, 2021
Elites have been buying land in New Zealand and establishing citizenship there for a while now.
The country sells citizenship to rich people, which most countries do not do. More interestingly, it is an island with only 4.5 million residents.
Much more interestingly than that, during the coronavirus hoax, New Zealand went completely buckwild, totally shutting down their borders.
Of course, the rich can fly in on a private plane, and have the details all worked out.
Page had previously been living in Fiji.
Back in 2017, our greatest ally Evan Osnos over at the New Yorker wrote an article about the elite planning for the collapse of civilization, and elaborated at length on New Zealand.
Reid Hoffman, the co-founder of LinkedIn and a prominent investor, recalls telling a friend that he was thinking of visiting New Zealand. “Oh, are you going to get apocalypse insurance?” the friend asked. “I’m, like, Huh?” Hoffman told me. New Zealand, he discovered, is a favored refuge in the event of a cataclysm. Hoffman said, “Saying you’re ‘buying a house in New Zealand’ is kind of a wink, wink, say no more. Once you’ve done the Masonic handshake, they’ll be, like, ‘Oh, you know, I have a broker who sells old ICBM silos, and they’re nuclear-hardened, and they kind of look like they would be interesting to live in.’ ”
It’s not believable that there is no connection between that and the utterly outrageous response by the country to the fake virus.
The country has said that their borders will remain closed until “sometime in 2022,” and signaled that they probably won’t open then, either. When you’ve closed the border for this long, it is very easy to just say it’s staying closed permanently. People have already become accustomed to it.
It very much appears that New Zealand – and I’m sure other remote places on earth – are being designed as isolated, protected places for the elite to escape to when everything comes off the rails.
Surely, some of the rich will assume that they can use their private armies to protect them in the United States, but even if they can manage that, it will be a hassle that a lot of them will not want to deal with.
If more of these people start bugging out like this, you should take it as yet another sign that we are on the brink.