This is fairly old news at this point, but it’s worth a reminder that many of the prominent names in the “resistance” movement all seem to know each other. One organization is the Academy of Divine Knowledge. For some reason, the group recently changed its name To UnityD. Perhaps the Star of David with the cube inside was too overt.
Household names include: David Icke; Del Big Tree; Judy Mikovits; Robert F. Kennedy Jr.; Carrie Madej; and Sherri Tenpenny. Interestingly, most of them promote the idea that there is some deadly virus, even if they object to the martial law measures most of the world put in place.
Canada’s favourite freedom fighter, Pat King, is also part of this group.
One has to wonder if these speakers go on social media to speak the truth, or to parrot what their organization believes. There are few, if any, disclaimers about this association.
And if spiritual enlightenment isn’t really your thing, you can always buy some merchandise. Even if your movement fails, at least you made some money from it. Not much different from Hugs Over Masks, is it?
While all of is a bit cultish, the head of this group worth a mention.
The man behind Academy of Divine Knowledge is Sacha Stone. He has quite a few interesting connections, to put it mildly.
According to Stone’s biography, (see archive here), he has headed the UN Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Organization, or UN-IREO since 2010. However, it appears to have been expelled as a UN NGO in 2016, for failing to update its status.
To address the elephant in the room: it’s a cause for concern when one of the main voices opposed to UN-WHO medical tyranny is also a part of the UN.
“One World, One Humanity”
Stone also founded Humanitad in 1999, another NGO.
One of the initiatives Humanitad supports is the ITNJ, which is the International Tribunal for Natural Justice. Supposedly, there were also hearings on the “pandemic” measures, and the planetary shutdown in 2020.
While this may be unrelated, Reiner Fuellmich, the German lawyer, claimed to be pursuing an international lawsuit against this tyranny. What ended up happening was that he held “hearings” outside of any legal setting, which carry no weight whatsoever. Was this to pursue natural justice?
The MDG Award Committee in Stone’s biography refers to the Millennial Development Goals. It’s to recognize people and organizations that have gone above and beyond in advancing various UN agendas over the years.
Why is all of this important? Because, even in 2020, the “resistance” across the West seemed to be inorganic. Many big names all seemed to be connected, and long before this happened.
While this is worth a deep dive from interested readers, I’ll link one piece from Bartoll, which goes more globalist and freemason connections. And there are some really good videos on Bitchute on this topic.
If there’s anything to be taken away from all of this: it’s that no one should be idolized.
(9) sacha stone _ LinkedIn Profile