[See Important Update Below] News has recently emerged of global elites (aka cabal) going to Antarctica for a secret meeting. We know from public tweets that Claus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, and Cristina Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank attended a secret Antarctica meeting. Two others present were Brad Garlinghouse and David Schwartz, respectively the President and Chief Technical Officer of Ripple Labs, a computer software company specializing in online payment systems.
I wish to thank Elena Danaan for permission to publicly release Thor Han’s messages. Her website is https://www.elenadanaan.com/
[Update Dec 16] The original source for the four twitter posts cited in the above article has been found. The four tweets first appeared on the twitter account of XRP the Standard Productions on December 3. They were then reposted in an article published on The Void on December 7, which I used as my source for the above article. Two of the tweets were then posted by Ben Fulford on his site on Dec 13, 2021. Joseph Farrell cited the Void article and referred to Klaus Schwab tweet on Dec 13. I posted the above article discussing the four tweets on Dec 16. The XRP site posts satirical stories, and takes pride in misinforming people. Unfortunately, regarding the four Antarctica tweets, this does cast considerable doubt on their authenticity. However, disinformation is designed to muddy the waters about real events, and something did genuinely happen in Antarctica as one of the four sources, David Schwartz, is actively posting about his recent trip there. So we know one of the four twitter sources did go to Antarctica. Did Klaus Schwab and Christine Lagarde also go there? Now we don’t know. This unfortunate development does not diminish the accuracy of the information relayed by Elena Danaan from her source Thor Han about what has recently happened in Antarctica. All it does is cast confusion and misdirection in an already difficult field to research. While I did conduct some due diligence on the four twitter posts, it plainly wasn’t good enough. Lesson learned. I will do better next time. Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice … Michael Salla, Ph.D.