(by Laura Hollis | WND News Center) – In the Marvel film “Avengers: Infinity War,” Thanos, a super-being from another planet, is seeking six gems – the Infinity Stones – to put into the Infinity Gauntlet, a weapon which, when completed, enables the one who wears it to extinguish half of all life in the universe with just a snap of his fingers.
Thanos is cast as a super-villain, but he thinks of himself as an altruist. He explains to another Marvel character, Dr. Steven Strange, that he witnessed the destruction of his own planet, Titan, and that his motives for using the Infinity Gauntlet are purely beneficent:
“Titan was like most planets – too many mouths and not enough to go around. And when we faced extinction, I offered a solution … I could simply snap my fingers and they would all cease to exist.”
Thanos dismisses Strange’s accusation of genocide. “I call that ‘mercy,'” he says. “The hardest choices require the strongest wills.”
Here in the real world, we have our own class of self-appointed deities trying to run the planet, including Bill Gates and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Klaus Schwab and his World Economic Forum, the army of World Economic Forum minions who have made their way into national governments across the globe, and the World Health Organization. These puny gods and the countless others who preach their dogma demand that we worship at the altar of “climate change,” implementing policies they espouse without question, allegedly to save us all from destruction. Read Full Article >