How to Save the World (in One Easy Step!)

Pop quiz: What’s the most powerful weapon ever invented?

The MOAB? you ask, quizzically. No, I respond authoritatively.

The H-bomb? Of course not. The A-bomb, then. Wrong again. The neutron bomb? No.

I’ll give you a hint: it’s not a bomb at all.

Ahhh, the Rods from God! No.

The mysterious new Chinese microwave weapons? Directed energy weapons generally? Whatever world-destroying technology that DARPA is playing with in Area 51?

The DoD and their MIC brethren in China, Russia and elsewhere are doubtless in possession of weaponry that would boggle our minds if it were revealed to the public, but without even knowing what those weapons are I can unequivocally tell you that none of them qualify as the most powerful weapon ever invented.

OK, last guess: F—I. W.

What a fantastic guess. You get bonus points for a very apt FLNWO callback if nothing else. And, as it turns out, you’re almost right. Or, at least, you’re on the right track.

Certainly the most powerful weapon ever invented is not traditionally viewed as a weapon at all. In fact, it is almost completely overlooked by everyone—even by the savvy sort who have found their way to The Corbett Report. Nevertheless, without it, we don’t stand a chance of stopping the Great Reset, ending the COVID scam, halting the erection of the biosecurity state or dethroning the powers that shouldn’t be.

Do you give up? Alright, I’ll tell you. The most powerful weapon ever invented is . . .

What. You didn’t think I’d reveal the answer above the fold, did you? No, you’ll have to read the full report for that. But don’t worry, this report (like everything else I have ever done) is available completely for free as a public service of The Corbett Report. See the link below for the free version of this editorial or, if you have a heart, please consider becoming a subscriber for access to The Corbett Report Subscriber newsletter. Your support makes this work possible.

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